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Seed size did not affect the final stand and the grain yield of bean cultivars but modified yield components in distinct ways (table 4). Plants originating from large seed had lower number of seeds per pod, particularly in cultivars Iraí and Puebla 152, but they had higher 100-seed mass, particularly in cultivars Iraí, Manteigão and Puebla 152 (table 4). Commercial cultivars with high genetic uniformity were employed in this experiment, thus seed size selection prior to sowing was of a phenotypical nature, and larger grains produced by sowing large seed can not be due to a genetic separation of lines with different seed sizes within the same cultivar. Large seed increased the number of pods per plant for cultivar Puebla 152 but reduced this yield component for Guapo Brilhante. Cultivars Iraí, Carioca and Guapo Brilhante had a higher harvest index when originating from small seed (table 4). Actually, plants originating from large seed had greater stem mass at maturity (57 g.m-2, as compared ...
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Biology Assignment Help, Seed formation, Seed Formation A mature seed has seed coat, an embryo and reserve food material in the endosperm in monocots and in cotyledons in the dicots. Figure shows structure of dicots and monocot seeds. The embryo as shown is already well-developed and i
UNIVERSITY OF SÃO PAULO ESCOLA SUPERIOR DE AGRICULTURA LUIZ DE QUEIROZ Brazil 4.1. INTRODUCTION IMPORTANCE OF SEED QUALITY I. INTRODUCTION AND PRINCIPLES 4. SEED QUALITY Ana Novembre ESALQ Piracicaba,
conditions and suggests that maternal environmental conditions have only minor effects on dormancy cycles At both sites locally produced seeds had low germinability in the first year compared with the second year suggesting that a considerable fraction of the seeds would enter the seed bank In Italy but not in Sweden seed mortality increased rapidly during the second year of burial Conclusions This is the first demonstration of intraspecific genetic differentiation in the annual seed dormancy cycle of any species and the documented difference is likely to contribute to local adaptation The results suggest that the contribution of a seed bank to seedling recruitment should vary among environments due to differences in the rate of seed mortality Key words Arabidopsis thaliana bet hedging dormancy cycling local adaptation natural variation physiological dormancy secondary dormancy seed bank seed mortality seed predation The Author 2015 Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Annals of ...
Common bean is the most widely grown and consumed grain legume in Kenya. However, its contribution to nutrition and income has not been fully felt by smallholder farmers in western Kenya due to low yields. Good quality seed, if used with complementary practices can increase bean productivity. This study was conducted in Bondo sub-County to determine the methods used by farmers in seed quality control; factors affecting the choice preferences for informal bean seed sources; and the structure and contribution of social networks in seed quality control. Primary data were collected from 100 respondents through scheduled interviews using structured questionnaires. Excel, SPSS, STATA and UCINET computer packages were used to run data. A multinomial logit model was used to analyse the effects of socio-economic characteristics on the choice of seed sources. Descriptive statistics were used to illustrate the seed quality control methods. The nature of social networks was determined using measures of ...
In soybean seed coats the accumulation of the hydroxyproline-rich glycoprotein extensin is regulated in a developmental and tissue-specific manner. The time course of appearance of extensin during seed development was studied by Western blot analysis and by immunogold-silver localization. Using these techniques extensin was first detected at 16-18 d after anthesis, increasing during development to high levels at 24 d after anthesis. Immunogold-silver localization of extensin in the seed coat showed marked deposition of the glycoprotein in the walls of palisade epidermal cells and hourglass cells. The immunolocalization of extensin in developing soybean seeds was also made by a new technique--tissue printing on nitrocellulose paper. It was found that extensin is primarily localized in the seed coat, hilum, and vascular elements of the seed. ...
To test further whether seed stiffness can be attributed to the characteristics of the developing endosperm, we investigated the stiffness of populations of seeds from plants heterozygous for fertilization independent seed 2-5 (fis2-5) (Weinhofer et al., 2010). FIS2 encodes an endosperm-specific component of the endosperm growth-restricting POLYCOMB REPRESSIVE COMPLEX2 (PRC2). The FIS2 gene is paternally imprinted and thus only expressed from the maternal genome during early endosperm development. Seeds inheriting a mutant maternal copy of FIS2 in the zygotic compartment (50% of seeds in the siliques of self-fertilised FIS2/fis2-5 heterozygotes) arrest when embryos are at the early heart stage of development (Luo et al., 2000). Arrested seeds have been reported to be larger than their siblings, and show a total lack of endosperm cellularisation (Hehenberger et al., 2012; Luo et al., 2000). Recently, it was shown that arresting seeds maintain higher hexose levels than their siblings, and a ...
Plant seeds are complex organs in which maternal tissues, embryo and endosperm, follow distinct but coordinated developmental programs. Some morphogenetic and metabolic processes are exclusively associated with seed development. The goal of this study was to explore the feasibility of incorporating the available online bioinformatics databases to discover Arabidopsis genes specifically expressed in certain organs, in our case immature seeds. A total of 11,032 EST sequences obtained from isolated immature seeds were used as the initial dataset (178 of them newly described here). A pilot study was performed using EST virtual subtraction followed by microarray data analysis, using the Genevestigator tool. These techniques led to the identification of 49 immature seed-specific genes. The findings were validated by RT-PCR analysis and in situ hybridization. We conclude that the combined in silico data analysis is an effective data mining strategy for the identification of tissue-specific gene expression.
In the last three decades, the majority of the worlds family-owned seed companies have been bought out by multinationals such as the Monsanto and Novartis corporations. These companies are not interested in creating sustainable food systems and communities. They are busy replacing carefully bred strains of vegetables and flowers with their own hybrids and patented varieties. Hybrids dont produce viable seed, and the seed from patented varieties cannot legally be collected and used. Instead, the seeds must be bought fresh each year, forcing gardeners and farmers to purchase from corporate seed sources annually.. Genetic engineering enables "life science" corporations to control plant traits by "programming" the seeds. Monsantos infamous implementation of trait-control technology is often referred to as the "Terminator" seed. "Terminator" seeds yield plants that produce no viable seed of ther own. Trait-controlled plants that breed with traditional varieties may pass on engineered traits to the ...
Lincoln University High quality seed is essential for the establishment of a good crop. New Zealand grown brassica seeds usually have high germination but often have variable seed vigour. The latter can result in poor crop establishment and storability. High temperature stress during seed development is known to reduce seed vigour in some species, but whether temperature stress is responsible for seed vigour loss in brassica species was not known. The effects of high temperature during seed development on forage rape (Brassica napus) seed quality were determined by assessing seed mass, germination and vigour using a sowing date trial and field and controlled environment experiments. A time of sowing trial was conducted in the 2011-12 season. A late flowering forage rape cultivar "Greenland" was sown on 25 March and 13 April, 2011 with sowings replicated four times in a randomized complete block design. Seed quality was assessed at three seed development stages (determined by seed moisture ...
Physiological and biochemical changes occur at different viability levels of pepper seeds. For this purpose 80, 60, 40, and 20% viability levels were obtained by controlled deterioration treatments in the seeds of 3 pepper cultivars, Demre Sivri, Kandil Dolma, and Yalova Carliston. Subsequently, mean germination time (MGT), electrical conductivity (EC), catalase (CAT), peroxidase (POX), superoxide dismutase (SOD), total lipid rate (TLR) and malondialdehyde (MDA) were measured at these viability levels. Depending on ageing, MGT, EC, and MDA contents increased in the seeds of each cultivar. The increases in MGT, EC, and MDA contents were more evident when seed viability decreased to a 60% level. Moreover, a negative correlation was found between the loss of seed viability and MGT, MDA, and EC. However, there was a positive correlation between loss of seed viability and CAT, SOD, POX, and TLR in all cultivars. Therefore, it was possible to predict the germination rate and mean germination ...
Note 1) Since the Guide is about seeds, the reader may assume that most references in the index refer automatically to seed. Thus references to seed biology, seed dispersal, seed moisture content, etc. will be found in the index under "biology", "dispersal", "moisture content" .. etc. Exceptions are cases where "seed" is so closely associated with another word that the two are used as if they formed a single word; examples are seedcoat, seedleaves, seed orchards, seed stands, seed trees, seed years and seed zones. These subjects are included in the index under "seedcoat", "seed trees" … etc., not under "coat", "trees" … etc.. 2) Where appropriate, the reference to the main description of a subject is underlined.. 3) Reference to figures is shown as e.g. Fig. 4.8, 6.14 etc.. Abnormal seedlings ...
EN] Seed longevity is important to preserve crops and wild plants and it is limited by progressive cellular damage (aging) during storage. The induction of cellular stress defenses and the formation of the seed coat are crucial protecting events during seed development, a process mediated in Arabidopsis thaliana by the transcription factors LEC1, LEC2, FUS3 and the abscisic acid-activated ABI3. In order to identify novel determinants of seed longevity we have screened an activation-tagging mutant collection of Arabidopsis and isolated a dominant mutant with increased seed longevity under both natural and accelerated aging conditions. Molecular characterization indicates that the mutant phenotype is caused by over-expression of the At2g26130 gene encoding a RING-type zinc finger putative ubiquitin ligase. Loss of function of this gene in a T-DNA insertion mutant resulted in decreased seed longevity. We named this important gene for seed longevity RSL1 (from Ring finger of Seed Longevity1) and we ...
Dormancy is an adaptive trait that enables seed germination to coincide with favorable environmental conditions. It has been clearly demonstrated that dormancy is induced by abscisic acid (ABA) during seed development on the mother plant. After seed dispersal, germination is preceded by a decline in ABA in imbibed seeds, which results from ABA catabolism through 8-hydroxylation. The hormonal balance between ABA and gibberellins (GAs) has been shown to act as an integrator of environmental cues to maintain dormancy or activate germination. The interplay of ABA with other endogenous signals is however less documented. In numerous species, ethylene counteracts ABA signaling pathways and induces germination. In Brassicaceae seeds, ethylene prevents the inhibitory effects of ABA on endosperm cap weakening, thereby facilitating endosperm rupture and radicle emergence. Moreover, enhanced seed dormancy in Arabidopsis ethylene-insensitive mutants results from greater ABA sensitivity. Conversely, ABA limits
Hi I have used -80°C for overnight many time and seems working pretty well. The seed viability was not affected. I have been told that 2h was enough, but I have never tried. Good Luck Dominique On Mar 26, 2008, at 5:44 PM, Michael J. Prigge wrote: , I have heard that freezing the (dry) seed in the -80°C freezer , overnight can kill the eggs without affecting seed viability too , much. (I havent tried it myself.) , Good Luck, , Mike , , On Mar 25, 2008, at 2:49 PM, Xi Chen wrote: , ,, Hello the members of this e-mail group, ,, ,, When I grew the Arabidopsis, the plants were affected by thrip. Now ,, I guess ,, the seed may have the eggs of thrip. So do you guys have any good ,, idea for ,, killing the eggs of thrip on Arabidopsis seed? Thanks so much! ,, ,, Best, ,, ,, Xi , , _______________________________________________ , Arab-gen mailing list , Arab-gen from net.bio.net , http://www.bio.net/biomail/listinfo/arab-gen Dominique Loque Mailing Address: LBNL 1 Cyclotron Road, MS 977R152 ...
Vandana Shiva is a renowned physicist, environmental activist, and author. She is founder of the Research Foundation for Science, Technology and Ecology, a participatory, public interest research organization. She travels worldwide speaking passionately about the dangers of genetic engineering, biopiracy and seed patenting, and the importance of sustainable agriculture and preserving seed varieties. She spoke on these topics at the Organicology conference held in February in Portland, OR.. To Vandana Shiva, seed is sacred. In Hindi, seed is bija or "containment of life." "Seed is created to renew, to multiply, to be shared, and to spread. Seed is life itself," Ms. Shiva said. Corporations such as Monsanto have reduced seed to private property. "They say that seed shouldnt renew without their permission," she said.. Ms. Shiva said the time-honored practice of seed saving is "a problem to Monsanto and other major seed companies who want to turn seed into a non-renewable resource." The United ...
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All seed used in transplant production, as well as any transplants brought into the greenhouse should be certified clean or disease-free. Important diseases such as Bacterial leaf spot of tomato and pepper can cause major problems in transplant production if introduced in the greenhouse. Bacterial leaf spot of tomato and pepper can be seed-borne and infested seed can be a major source of inoculum in the greenhouse and cause problems in the field later in the growing season.. As a rule for any crop, any non-certified or untreated seed should be treated, if applicable, with a Clorox treatment, or hot-water seed treatment, or dusted to help minimize bacterial or damping-off diseases. Organic and conventional tomato growers who grow a significant number of heirloom tomatoes should consider using the hot water seed treatment to help reduce the chances for bacterial problems.. For more information on seed treatments and products labeled for use in the greenhouse please see Tables E-13 and E-14 or ...
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Genetic provenance is an important consideration when selecting seeds from the Seed Exchange and whatever information you are able to provide about the origin of your seed is appreciated.. The purpose of the exchange is to make native plant seed of known provenance available to members at nominal cost. It is not our intention to generate revenue from the seed exchange, but simply to cover the costs of packaging and mailing. In order to export seed to the United States, we are required to obtain a phytosanitary certificate, which adds an additional cost for our American members. We cannot ship seeds of shrubs, trees, vines and some proscribed grass species to the U.S.. We recommend that members order seed that originates from their bioregion (the general rule of thumb is within a 200-kilometre range, or 125 miles). The same species grown at different locations will be listed separately, so that members can select the seed source closest to where they live.. The Seedex list is mailed to members ...
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The average home gardener is almost always better off buying fresh seed each season from a reliable source. However, saving seed can be a way of experimenting or preserving a particular variety. Problems in Saving Seed. There are several difficulties involved in saving seed from vegetables from your own garden. Among these are seed-borne diseases, immature seed, and unsatisfactory results from seed saved from hybrid and cross-pollinated plants. Certain diseases can be transmitted in seed. A disease that infects a crop by the end of the growing season may do little damage to that crop. However, if the seed is saved and planted the following year, the disease may severely injure or even kill the young plants. Examples of seed-borne diseases are black rot and blackleg of cabbage. Black rot causes a blackening of the veins, followed by stunting and decay of the head. It is caused by a bacterium that is often transmitted in the seed. Blackleg is a seed-borne fungus that kills the entire stems of the ...
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Some seeds need to sit in the ground over winter in cold damp conditions before they will sprout. If its late summer or fall then you might as well put the seeds in a pot of soil and dig the pot into the ground. The seeds will get just what they want and sprout in the spring. If its early in the season and you are interested in starting them NOW then put the seeds in a plastic bag with a damp piece of paper towel, seal up the bag and let it sit in the refrigerator for about 10 days. Some seeds need more of this than other seeds so sometimes 10 days will still not do it. Check on your seeds after a while to see if any of them are sprouting. Ive had wild lupine seeds start to sprout in the refrigerator before 10 days were up. Sometimes the directions call for actually freezing the seeds for a given number of days. ...
Seed germination is an important means of evaluating seed quality. In the present study, a well array for a seed germination experiment was designed and fabricated by 3D printing for the first time. Each hollow cone-shaped well can hold one seed, which not only prevented the seed from falling out of the well but al
If you have read any article about germinating palm seeds then the general advise would have been that the fresher the seeds are, the better the results will be. This, on the most part is very good advice and is a good method to work to. However, you will undoubtedly find that you do not achieve 100% germination of your seeds. Some species will germinate better than others, but some species will repeatedly produce poor results for reasons possibly relating to the environmental conditions that you are germinating them in. However, you should consider the fact that a palm tree may produce a large quantity of non-viable seeds within any bunch, and some seeds within a bunch at the time of harvest may not be fully matured enough. Also some seeds amongst the bunch may have a parasitic insect infestation which is not visible to the outside of the seed. Damaged seeds can often be removed as floaters during the initial seed cleaning process by the collector and this is usually the case, as the collector ...
This program also aims to assure consumers receive nursery stock which is reasonably free of common pests, and in viable condition. Wholesale nurseries are inspected at least annually, and more frequently when non-compliances are found.. The Certified Seed Program is intended to assure purity, viability, and identity of agricultural and vegetable seed. Inspectors check agricultural, vegetable, grass, and flower seed at retail and wholesale outlets throughout the County to ensure compliance with the California Seed Law. Seed must be labeled correctly as to purity, germination, percentage, kind or variety and contaminants. Inspectors take official samples of seed for submission to the California Department of Food and Agriculture Seed Laboratory for analysis. The results are then compared to the label on the seed container that was sampled to verify that the labeling truly represents the commodity. Seed lots are also inspected for possible insects of quarantine significance, noxious weeds, and ...
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Seeds were planted in microwaved (pathogen-free) and non-microwaved (raw) soil adjusted to moisture levels corresponding to soil water potentials of -30, -50, -400 and -1000 kPa and tested at 10°C for seven days followed by 25°C for five days. A second experiment utilized a cold period temperature range from 4.5 to 13°C at a soil water potential of -40 kPa. Germination of untreated seed in raw soil ranged from 85% at -1000 kPa soil water potential (driest) to 57% at -30 kPa (wettest), with best separation of seed lots occurring at -50 kPa (0.24 kg kg-1 soil moisture). Seed treatment with Captan increased germination and nearly eliminated differences among soil moisture levels. The highest germination for treated and untreated seed lots in raw soil occurred at 4.5°C and 13°C, while the lowest germination (greatest stress) occurred at 9 and 10°C. No germination differences occurred among seed lots or among any experimental treatments (soil moisture, temperature, seed treatment) when ...
2) Individuals characterised by a certain genic constitution.. GERMINATION:. In general, resumption of active growth in the embryo of a seed as demonstrated by the protrusion of the radicle. In seed testing (ISTA definition), resumption of active growth in an embryo which results in its emergence from the seed and development of those structures essential to normal plant development.. GERMINATION CAPACITY:. Proportion of a seed sample that has germinated normally in a specified test period, usually expressed as a percentage. Syn: Germination percentage. It should be noted that in some earlier literature the term "Germination Capacity" has been used to express the total of the seeds which germinate plus the ungerminated but sound seeds (on cutting test), as a percentage of the seeds sown, but this meaning is excluded by the latest IUFRO definition (Bonner 1984 a). cf. Viability per cent.. GERMINATION ENERGY:. That proportion of germination which has occurred up to the time of peak germination, or ...
Grace was asking this morning whether she could pick and eat the ivy berries in the garden (umm, NO!) which turned into a long conversation about the life-cycles of plants - how seeds are dispersed (particularly seeds in fruit), and what happens to them then. Grace told me that they grow roots and then stems, then flowers grow on the stems and are pollinated by bees, so that fruit grows. The area she was hazy on was where the seeds were, so we talked about how the seeds were usually inside the fruit of the plant. We found the seeds in the pear she was eating, talked about how there were seeds inside the ivy berries, and how birds eat them and disperse the seeds in their poo (so, shell definitely remember that - poo facts are always remembered!). We looked at the daffodils too, and found the seed pods behind the flower. I discovered that daffodils can grow from these seeds as well as from bulbs (takes 5-7 years apparently); its always nice when Home Edding teaches me something too! ...
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Hemp seeds are a better source of protein. While 3 tablespoons of sunflower seeds have 5g of protein, 3 tablespoons of hemp seeds have 11g of protein. The protein in hemp seeds is also of a higher quality than that found in other seeds. Hemp seeds are also rich in alpha-linolenic acids, which may improve heart health.. ...
Improved seed invigoration techniques are being used to reduce the germination time, to get synchronized germination, improve germination rate, and better seedling stand in many horticultural and field crops like wheat, maize and more recently rice. These treatments can also be employed for earlier and better nursery stand establishment, which will result in the improved performance of traditional rice production system. Seed hardening also called wetting and drying or hydration-dehydration, is performed by repeated soaking and drying of seeds in water. The beneficial effect of seed hardening is primarily due to pre-enlargement of the embryo, biochemical changes like enzyme activation, and improvement of germination rate particularly in old seeds. Different priming tools have also successfully been integrated. Seeds are hardened always in tap or distilled water; furthermore, seed priming is performed in single cycle of wetting and drying. Most recently, the department of Crop Physiology, ...
Transcription factor involved in the developmental regulation of the endothelium and in the accumulation of proanthocyanidins (PAs) or condensed tannins which give the seed its brown pigmentation after oxidation (PubMed:12368498, PubMed:16080001). Necessary for the normal activation of the BANYULS promoter in the endothelium body (PubMed:12368498). Is required, together with AGL11/STK for the maternal control of endothelium formation, which is essential for female gametophyte development and fertilization, and seed formation (PubMed:22176531). Interacts genetically with AGL1/SHP1 and AGL5/SHP2 in a partially antagonistic manner and represses AGL1/SHP1, AGL5/SHP2, and AGL8/FUL during flower development. Is essential for the coordination of cell divisions in ovule, seed coat development and endosperm formation (PubMed:27776173). Mediates the crosstalk between endothelium and nucellus to ensure proper seed formation. Functions redundantly with AGL63/GOA to repress nucellus growth and promote its
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Germination is first stepping propagation a plant especially of plants yielding seed. Salinity effect during the germination phase can cause obstructed of seed grain because seed grain to experience plasmolysis. The aim of the research to know germination response seed grain of corn in the condition of a stress salt. This experimental was arranged in randomized complete design (RCD) with five replication. This research was done by germinated seed grain of corn in the seedling medium contained salt with the kind of concentration were 0 ppm (control), 2000 ppm, 4000 ppm, 6000 ppm, 8000 ppm then observation of germination seed process 14 days after seedling. The average value was counted with the F test and continued Honestly significant different at the 0,05 significant level. The result showed variable stress salt with concentration 4000 ppm not different significant with concentration 0 ppm ...
by Rebecca Hansen. What are "heirloom" vegetables? An heirloom vegetable is a non-hybrid, open-pollinated variety that has been passed down from generation to generation and, in some cases, can be traced back hundreds of years. These seed lines have been carefully selected to maintain uniformity and consistency for germination. Heirloom seeds become heirloom because they exhibit exceptional traits desired by the gardener. Often this means the plants are more colorful, flavorful, unique, or have great germination and vigor. Often the traits are location dependent. Meaning, seeds planted in one garden will not produce in the same manner in another location. We encourage you to try heirloom seeds, see which have the qualities for your area to become your favorites and make them into your own very special seed line. Saving seeds is easy and fun.. Gardeners have found that as seeds are selected and saved over many years, production is increased and the quality is improved, creating plants that will ...
Not the sexiest title for blog post headline, but were going with it. The below photo is an example of whats been coming into our inbox lately from Colorado Seed Lab. A couple weeks back we sent over 100 samples of seed to the lab for germination testing, and have been getting pretty stellar results, generally between 95-99% viable. While federal standards require seed companies to sell vegetable seeds with between 60-80% germination, depending on the crop, we never sell anything below 80%. 80% tends to be the accepted industry standard, except for certain flowers and herbs which can be hard to get that high. On average, our seed has been tested at 94% viable over the past two years. No bad. It can be a bummer to obsessively tend to a seed crop for 6 months to year and then get a bad germ report back without an explanation for what went wrong. Immature, diseased, dormant? Its hard to know. There are usually at least a couple duds every year, generally on those heat loving crops that are hard ...
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We report an efficient and simple method to isolate embryos at early stages of development from Arabidopsis thaliana seeds. Up ...
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Lentil is a self-pollinating annual cool season legume with seed coat colours that can be clear, green, tan, gray, brown, or black. The seed coat is a good source for phenolic compounds, which can have health benefits such as anti-oxidant, anti-tumor, and anti-heart disease properties. Two independent loci in lentil (Ggc and Tgc) determine the basic seed coat colours (brown, gray, tan, green) through the expression of the two alleles at each locus. Part of this project is dedicated to determining if phenolic profiles of different lentil colours are characteristic of specific genetic combinations of these two loci. It has been found that the relationships between seed longevity and colour are influenced by phenolic compounds. Knowing the types of compounds associated with seed longevity during long-term storage may provide strategies for breeding lentils that can be stored for longer amounts of time without much change in the colour of the seed coat.. This project will also use phenolic profiling ...
The main property of this plant is that it is dry: in order to make the seed last as long as possible, the mother plant has extracted almost all the water from it. From the energy standpoint, this is a very expensive process, because it is, in effect, pumping water uphill. Water is being pulled from the increasingly water-poor region -- namely, the seed -- and transported to the water-rich region -- namely the mother plant. The energy cost of this water extraction is a major component of the energy budget of making a seed. Why does the mother plant do this? Water is the enemy of preservation. Mummies which last 4000 years in the Egyptian desert wouldnt last 40 days in Hawaii. Water enables chemical reactions. This is good when suitable conditions for growth are present but not good when the water is from the mother plant and the world outside is cold and dry. Therefore the seed is set to wait for the time when there is enough warmth and water from the environment for it to grow on its own. ...
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The Arabidopsis thaliana seed coat typically has a brown color due to the accumulation of flavonoid pigments in the testa. Mutants of A. thaliana with defects in pigment biosynthesis often produce seeds that are olive brown or even yellow in appearance, and the responsible genetic loci are referred to as TRANSPARENT TESTA (TT). Large-scale screening for mutants affected in seed development and complementation analysis of a candidate mutant line with all published A. thaliana tt mutants identified a new tt locus designated tt15. The tt15 mutation maps to the lower part of chromosome 1. Mutant plants produced pale greenish-brown seeds whose dormancy was slightly reduced. The phenotype was consistent with the maternal origin of the testa. Analysis of pigment accumulation and the study of expression patterns of genes involved in flavonoid biosynthesis in tt15 plants and seeds indicated a seed-specific phenotype. Most notable was a reduction of the cyanidin and quercetin content of tt15 seeds ...
Have any other fresh market growers had a dreaded case of "bitter poison Delicatas?" GTFs padrone, John Eveland, had more than one market customer approach him in autumn of 2000 with terrifying accounts of throat clenching bitterness from a single bite of his perfect Delicata squash. The victims were so emphatic, the threat of legal action so palpable, that John began calling every Delicata source in the country to find out exactly where his seed came from, and to make sure he didnt plant seed from the same lot again. Turns out, every dealer in the USA had seed from the same field in Colorado, and this huge lot was very slightly contaminated by the bitterness gene found in C. pepo gourds. Perhaps one bitter squash in several thousand...What to do? John had kept his own Delicata seed from 1988 thru 1994 (when he went over to buying commercial seed). We went into the freezer to find his old selection, and used this for stock seed in 2001. We found the fruits longer and more uniform, finer ...
In 2004, the National Tree Seed Centre started collecting ash seed for genetic conservation.. Natural ash populations have adapted to their environments. Preserving germplasm from a significant number of these populations will facilitate the reintroduction of ash species once adequate environmental control measures for EAB are developed or trees resistant to the insect are bred and introduced. The easiest way to assemble breeding material is to collect seed from native stands. The seed will not transmit EAB to non-infested areas.. When properly handled and stored, ash seed will remain alive for many decades. Seed can be easily distributed to scientists and growers to produce seedlings for EAB research, breeding, genetics projects, other scientific study and future reintroduction efforts.. We encourage organizations as well as the general public to assist us in this effort by locating ash stands and populations and collecting seed to send to us.. To ensure the proper identification, collection ...
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Missoula Public Library is excited to welcome the Five Valleys Seed Library to MPL. The Five Valleys Seed Library (FVSL) is an ongoing volunteer project that seeks to gather and maintain a collection of locally grown seeds. The seeds will be available to gardeners and farmers to "check out" and use, and ideally let some go to seed so those next generation seeds can be gathered to restock the Seed Library. ...
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Sitting at a big communal dining table at Acorn at dusk and eating a snack of bread with butter and huckleberry jam made from commune-grown berries, Wallace recalls how she came to work with seeds in the first place. Not long after forming Acorn, she and another community member, Brian "Cricket" Rakida, looked through newspaper classified ads in search of a winter job to make money for the community. "There was this funny ad," Wallace recalls, pretending to open a paper in front of her, "something about interesting work with heirloom seeds, some computer skills appreciated; unfortunately, not so great pay. We thought it was so cute and sincere, and we thought it would be fun to learn more about seeds," Wallace says, and she figured her extensive gardening experience would come in handy. So, they answered the ad.. Jeff McCormack, a UVA biologist with a pharmacology background whod been interested in seeds ever since he picked up a packet of Jacobs cattle bean seeds at Old Sturbridge Village, ...
Seed collecting and sharing is fundamental to preserving plant biodiversity and food independence for future generations. As our global climate changes, farmers and gardeners will need to access seeds that are bred to succeed in conditions that may be drastically different from previous years. When you list seeds on the Global Seed Network you help build a diverse seed bank of unique plants and crops adapted to specific climates and conditions. Thank you for sharing your seeds to do your part to preserve plant diversity and protect our public food system from corporate consolidation!. ...
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Soil sampling was manually performed at the end of the crop cycle with the aid of a Dutch Auger, and was carried out simultaneously with seed sampling. Soil samples were collected in 33 sites within the area previously described (Figure 1) in the predefined georeferenced points coinciding with the sites used for seed sampling. At each site, 10 simple samples were collected at the depth varying from 0 to 20 cm, within a 5 m radius from the georeferenced point. These simple samples were then mixed together to obtain the pooled sample for chemical analysis in the laboratory. The initial characterization of seeds was performed by means of determining the moisture content using the oven method at 105 ± 3 ºC, for 24 h, and of the mass of 1,000 seeds, according to methodology described in the Rules for Seed Analysis (Brasil, 2009). Data on mass of 1,000 seeds were corrected to 13% moisture content.. To assess differences on physiological potential of seeds the tests of germination and accelerated ...
Reduction of seed dormancy mechanisms, allowing for rapid germination after planting, is a recurrent trait in domesticated plants, and can often be linked to changes in seed coat structure, in particular thinning. We report evidence for seed coat thinning between 2,000 BC and 1,200 BC, in southern Indian archaeological horsegram (Macrotyloma uniflorum), which it has been possible to document with high precision and non-destructively, through high resolution x-ray computed tomography using a synchrotron. We find that this trait underwent stepped change, from thick to semi-thin to thin seed coats, and that the rate of change was gradual. This is the first time that the rate of evolution of seed coat thinning in a legume crop has been directly documented from archaeological remains, and it contradicts previous predictions that legume domestication occurred through selection of pre-adapted low dormancy phenotypes from the wild.
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In the seed breathing CO2 detection system, the traditional method cannot measure the concentration of CO2 in the seed breathing in real time. According to the characteristics of seed breathing CO2, a seed breathing detection system based on virtual instrument LabVIEW is designed based on tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS). The system mainly includes laser light source and its controller, seed breathing container based on multiple reflecting pool structure. The upper computer software is mainly set with data acquisition, signal pro-cessing, concentration inversion and other functional modules, in which the concentration inversion uses the or-thogonal vector phase-locked amplification algorithm to avoid the error caused by the phase difference between the reference signal and the signal to be measured. The experimental results show that the CO2 detection system for seed respiration implemented by virtual instrument software can effectively detect the change of seed respiration, and has
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Seed growth and accumulation of storage products relies on the delivery of sucrose from the maternal to the filial tissues. The transport route is hidden inside the seed and has never been visualized in vivo. Our approach, based on high-field nuclear magnetic resonance and a custom made (13)C/(1) H double resonant coil, allows the non-invasive imaging and monitoring of sucrose allocation within the seed. The new technique visualizes the main stream of sucrose and determines its velocity during the grain filling in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Quantifiable dynamic images are provided, which allow observing movement of (13)C-sucrose at a sub-millimetre level of resolution. The analysis of genetically modified barley grains (Jekyll transgenic lines, seg8 and Risø13 mutants) demonstrated that sucrose release via the nucellar projection towards the endosperm provides an essential mean for the control of seed growth by maternal organism. The sucrose allocation was further determined by structural and ...
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Aiming to increase the yield and quality of tomato and pepper fruits, alternatives are sought, such as the use of biostimulants applied to the seed. The objective was to evaluate the effect of the application of different doses of a biostimulant on the physiological quality of tomato and pepper seeds. The research was carried out in the period between March and July 2016 in the Laboratory of Seed Quality Analysis of the Faculty of Agrarian Sciences of the National University of Asunción. The experimental design was completely randomized in a factorial scheme 2x4, with four replications for each treatment, where factor A corresponded to the species and factor B corresponded to the doses used, totaling 32 experimental units. The variables studied were germination (%), germination rate, germination rate index, germination rate coefficient, root length, stem length and emergence. The collected data were subjected to analysis of variance and in the case of significant statistical differences, Tukey ...
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Spartina alterniflora is a dominant salt marsh cordgrass along the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf coasts, and the species is widely used for wetland restoration in Louisiana. S. alterniflora seeds are shed dormant from the mother plant. However, long-term preservation of S. alterniflora seeds is challenging because the seeds are recalcitrant, losing viability when dried below 45% water content. In this dissertation, I investigated the following three aspects of S. alterniflora: recalcitrance, dormancy release by cold stratification and the effect of drying temperature on the critical water content. Comparative proteomics between S. alterniflora and orthodox, desiccation tolerant Spartina pectinata seeds identified 83 heat-stable (soluble after 40 min at 95oC) spots that were significantly more abundant in S. pectinata or missing in S. alterniflora. The association between the presence of those proteins and desiccation tolerance was further confirmed by the evidence that these proteins were still present in the
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The present invention provides manufactured seeds and related compositions and methods. The manufactured seeds comprise a unit of a totipotent plant tissue, preferably in contact with a hydrated gel. Preferably, the shoot of the germinating embryo is enclosed in a shoot restraint that is resistant to penetration by the growing shoot. The manufactured seed may be at least partially surrounded by a protective manufactured seed coat. The gel or the seed coat can include various additives, such as nutrients, antibiotics, or plant growth regulators.
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Seed coat color is determined by the type of pigment deposited in the seed coat cells. It is related to important agronomic traits of seeds such as seed dormancy, longevity, oil content, protein content and fiber content. In Brassica napus, inheritance of seed coat color is related to maternal effects and pollen effects (xenia effects). In this research we isolated a mutation of yellow seeded B. napus controlled by a single Mendelian locus, which is named Embryonal Control of Yellow seed coat 1 (Ecy1). Microscopy of transverse sections of the mature seed show that pigment is deposited only in the outer layer of the seed coat. Using Illumina Hisequation 2000 sequencing technology, a total of 12 GB clean data, 116× coverage of coding sequences of B. napus, was achieved from seeds 26 d after pollination (DAP). It was assembled into 172,238 independent transcripts, and 55,637 unigenes. A total of 139 orthologous genes of Arabidopsis transparent testa (TT) genes were mapped in silico to 19 ...
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