The use of heated water is a promising treatment for overcoming dormancy
, being a low cost and effective approach for various native species (Galindo, 2006).
Therefore, this study aimed to evaluate different methods of dormancy
breaking in seeds of different accessions of Luffa cylindrica Roemer.
Rapeseed (Brassica napus), which exhibits primary dormancy
(KARLS SON & MILBERG, 2007), reveals that the lack of environmental factors that promote the germination can induce secondary dormancy
(MOMOH et al., 2002).
The experiment was conducted in a glasshouse at Haramaya University, Ethiopia, to evaluate the effect of cold storage, clove topping and gibberellic acid on sprouting behavior of garlic variety, 'Tseday', which has extended dormancy
period of more than three months.
Scientists have known that the balance between activation and return to dormancy
existed and was essential, but not how it was kept and which players were involved.
Fonacier said the basic deposit account will have no maintaining balance and no dormancy
The bolls on these sticks should also be destroyed before February end as 80 per cent of these bolls contain pink bollworm undergoing winter dormancy
Paeonia lactiflora seeds display both hypocotyl and epicotyl dormancy
and time from sowing to fully germination takes six to seven months under natural conditions.
In forestry practice, it is desirable to obtain homogeneity, both in size and time in the production of seedlings of forest species, especially those presenting seeds with a high degree of dormancy
, a shared characteristic among many forest species.
The BSP said banks must give three notices to dormant accounts: potential dormancy
prior to the commencement of the dormancy
period; charging of dormancy
fee; and escheat of account pursuant to the Unclaimed Balances Act.
Temperate fruits during the dormancy
period have reduced metabolic activities and do not show visible growth.