Yes, acid rain does affect germination of seeds by mixing in with the soil and damaging the seed coating.
No, at any cost water will affect the germination rate of seeds.
Sunlight signals for germination of cress seeds
It kills it
On germination: normal sprite (from a bottle) will not allow the seeds to germinate. HOWEVER: after the seeds have germinated (using water), sprite seems to be benefial.
Water will typically start the germination process of seeds. This is because the water is needed to break down the protective shell on the seed.
yes, during germination.
(# of seeds germinated/# of seeds sown)*100=% of germination
Yes, pH can affect the seed germination of plants. It may cause issues with the seeds pickling if the pH of the soil is not right, despite light being the biggest factor in germination.
I THINK IT TRUE BECAUSE THEY HELP IT SPOURT AND GROW
Very much so. Without at least a little moisture, there are no seeds I'm aware of which will germinate.
High concentration sugar inhibitors seeds germination.
The enzymes in the dry seeds get activated after absorbing water and it unlocks several chemical reaction leading to the germination of seed.
Yes, light does affect germination rate. Because light can extend for a short distance into the soil, seeds that obtain light often germinate faster than those that do not.
The water itself stimulates the germination of the seeds.
because mongo seeds are always planted in tropical places so temperature always afects in the germination of mongo seed
of course. controled soaking and drying is used to create primed seeds. the water starts the germination process. of course the root will soon need oxygen so if you keep it soaked it will suffacte and die.
Hypogeal germination is generally seen on monocots seeds
The salt inhibits germination of seeds. Although a little bit of salt does help the seed to grow more than if it just had normal water.
Heat, moisture, and airflow. Some seeds also need light to germinate.
While microwaves may produce edible food from the seeds placed within, once microwaved , the seeds are not capable of germinating. If the soil and water are microwaved, the result are very different and are beneficial to the seed germination.
the percentage of seeds that geminate in a given group of seeds. If you sow 10 seeds and only one germinates (sprouts) then you have a 10% germination rate