When does germination begin?
Germination begins when the pistil reaches itself
Germination begins when the seed takes in water.
germination begins when seed tissues absorb water.
The process whereby seeds or spores sprout and begin to grow
Plant germination begins when the seed has all the required conditions ( like optimum temperature, pH, water etc. ) before losing it's viability.
The process whereby seeds or spores sprout and begin to grow. (Princeton University)
Germination is the process by which seeds begin the process of becoming a plant. This usually takes a few days with the aid of soil and water.
There are three main types of germination. These main types of germination are dicot, monocot, and precocious germination. Spore and pollen germination are also common for some flowers and fungi.
Viviporus germination is that type of germination in which seed germinate inside the fruit.
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There are three types of germination 1.Hypogeal germination and epigeal germination and Cleistogeal germination. Hypogeal Germination: In this kind of Germination, the seed leaves or the cotyledons remain under the surface of soil. example: pea seeds - Epigeal Germination: In this type of Germination, the seed leaves grow above the ground on the new shoot. example: ash tree -Cleistogeal Germination: A special leaf that has a central umbrella like stalk forms above the ground which… Read More
what are some of the necessary condition for germination
explain the types of germination
When a seed starts to sprout it is called germination. Another name for germination is seed sprouting or sprouting of a seed. Synonyms for germination include propagation, incubation, growth and sprouting.
Germination of a conidiospore produces a new mycelium.
Sunlight and water encourages milkweed germination.
Germination is when you you really need to go; real bad..........
Seed germination in gram is hypogeal
Hypogeal germination is generally seen on monocots seeds
Do sunflower undertake epigeal germination
Germination is a process by which a plant or a fungus emerges from a seedling.
What are the basic factors in seed germination
germination pinto bean plant
obviosly soil is needed for germination you dodo
The process by which a parent plant produces a baby plant or seedling is called germination. Seeds need germination because then there will be less plants in the world, like humans do seeds also need germination.
The significance of production of enzymes in the germination of seeds is tat it means that germination has began. The activation of enzymes, plant cells duplicating and an increase in respiration are the first signs of germination of a plant.
It is the first stage of germination when the seed puts out a root.
yes it does more salt less germination
Not sure light is needed for germination.
Germination is the point at which the plant starts to grow from the seed.
Germination happens between the seed and seedling stages of the plant.
Temperature has the greatest effect on seed germination.
Germination: Bermudagrass has very good seedling vigor. Under ideal conditions, germination begins within 7 to 10 days. Soil moisture must be maintained during the germination period. Allow 14 to 18 days after the first seedlings emerge for complete germination.
Reactions in germination is opted only in optimal temperature.So too much heat is bad for seed germination.
There are 4 syllables in germination: ger/mi/na/tion
fertilization => seed formation => seed dispersal = > germination
no it is epigeal type of germination because the cotyledons are under the soil
more chlorine = less seed germination
Because chemical reactions occur in the process of germination.
Yes, red light promotes fern spore germination as well as seed germination in lettuce and leaf expansion in dicots.
The more the chlorine, the less of seed germination will happen.
the three conditions which are needed for germination are water oxygen warmth
High concentration sugar inhibitors seeds germination.
inhibited germination and growth
Normally light is nor required for germination but in exceptional cases it is required.
(# of seeds germinated/# of seeds sown)*100=% of germination
Yes because of Lauren Hallas.
Seed germination requires the proper combination of oxygen, temperature, moisture and light. As the seed takes up water, it activates enzymes that direct the process of germination.
Paul G Scowcroft has written: 'Germination of Sophora chrysophylla increased by presowing treatment' -- subject(s): Germination, Forest regeneration 'Distribution and germination of mamane seeds' -- subject(s): Seed distribution, Germination, Forests and forestry