With reference to the ratio calculation, it is evident that the number of seeds germinated
by the magnet treated water is high when compared to other two sources (Tables 1-3).
Total phenolic content of the germinated
legumes are presented in Table 3.
The cooked and germinated
seeds were dried in a hot air oven (Haraeus, VT5042EK, Germany) at 40C then crushed into powder using a Kenwood grinder (Mainlang, China).
Studies at the cellular level in germinated
orthodox seeds during dehydration and after rehydration may help to better understand the mechanisms that control DT and sensitivity in seeds.
The other reason for the lower germinated
seeds in first generation of OPR  was thought that the seeds in the ribbon experienced a lack of oxygen and unsuitable soil water content for seed germination.
The dried sorghum grains, both ungerminated and germinated
, were separately milled to a fine homogeneous powder using a Cyclotec sample mill (Tecator, Hogans, Sweden) and then passed through a 1.
It's important to expose germinated
seeds to light and air as soon as they appear
Korean researchers at Inha University examined how germinated
brown rice, black rice, barley, soybean and buckwheat powder, when added to rice flour, would affect the physicochemical quality, gelatinization and retrogradation of Sulgidduks.
It is recommended that they be germinated
in long planting tubes or quart-size milk cartons since pomegranate seedlings develop deep tap roots that resent disturbance when transplanting.
If you do sow new lawn seed then it is best to wait until the seeds have germinated
and the lawn has been mowed a few times before you apply selective weedkillers as this can have a damaging effect on your lawn.
Effects of buckwheat germinated
for 48 h in suppressing fatty liver were investigated using an animal study.
Now three of the 32 species have germinated
and the ancient specimens are growing into healthy, vigorous young plants in the glasshouses at Wakehurst Place.