Gravity-directed calcium current in germinating
spores of Ceratopteris richardii.
Here the energy remains fundamentally impregnable, immaterial, while germinating
aesthetic, perceptual, and concrete forms.
Seeds incubated in water, at 22[degrees]C, in the dark, began germinating
two days later.
The border plants are really enjoying all this moisture and seem to growing by the day - but the weeds are also germinating
and you will need to stop them before they start to nick nutrients from your prized specimens.
On the positive side, if the seed is germinating
and the plants are growing, then this isn't a catastrophe.
The blood meal was not added to the mixture that was used for the 3/4 inch germinating
blocks nor for some plants such as impatiens that do not need the extra nitrogen.
Went (1948) divided desert plants of the Joshua Tree National Monument (California) into five groups according to the time of germination: 1) summer-germinating
annuals, 2) summer-germinating
plants that flower during the following spring, 3) winter-germinating
spring annuals, 4) plants capable of germinating
at any time of the year, and 5) woody perennials.
Though the keys to germinating
a certain few seeds have eluded him for 30 years, he's still looking for clues to their secret lives.
This work has real-life application to the germinating
fields of Personalized Medicine and Qualitative Forensics, and helps to lay the foundation for a brand-new area of medical research called Phenomics.
Whereas crop seeds are more predictable, germinating
over a wide range of conditions, those of many horticultural species and also wild plants often have very specific requirements.
Both these products performed poorly overall in the seed sowing tests, with less than 40 per cent of seeds germinating
when sown in these products.
SCIENTISTS at the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew have defied all expectations by germinating
200-year-old seeds which are now growing into vigorous young plants.