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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Photocontrol Of Germination Of Cucumis Anguria L
Author: Noronha A.
Vicente M.
Felippe G.M.
Abstract: Germination of Cucumis anguria was inhibited by white, blue (B), and far-red (FR) irradiation and promoted by darkness and red (R) irradiation. The effect of white light was greater when supplied after rather than before the dark period. Darkness was more effective in reversing the effect of FR than FR in reversing the effect of darkness. FR was also more effective than B. When darkness followed B pretreatments, final germination percentage was higher than with FR pretreatment. R fully reversed the inhibitory effect of FR. © 1978 Institute of Experimental Botany.
Editor: Springer Netherlands
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1007/BF02922686
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Date Issue: 1978
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