*  Phaseic acid
Abscisic acid (ABA) is a multifunctional plant hormone, playing roles in germination, seasonal growth patterns, and stress ...
*  Self-incompatibility
The best studied mechanisms of SI act by inhibiting the germination of pollen on stigmas, or the elongation of the pollen tube ... the process of pollen germination, pollen-tube growth, ovule fertilization and embryo development is halted at one of its ... lead to the arrest of pollen germination and/or pollen tube elongation, and thereby generate an SI response, preventing ...
*  Germination
... can also be done by hypogeal germination (or hypogeous germination), where the epicotyl elongates and forms the ... Germination is the process by which an organism grows from a seed or similar structure. The most common example of germination ... Another germination event during the life cycle of gymnosperms and flowering plants is the germination of a pollen grain after ... On the other hand, the number of seed able to complete germination in a population (i.e. seed lot) is referred as germination ...
*  Hypogeal germination
... above-ground germination). Hypogeal germination implies that the cotyledons stay below the ground. The epicotyl (part of the ... see Lily seed germination types Araucaria: species in the section Araucaria show hypogeal germination, whereas species in the ... Hypogeal germination (from Greek ὑπόγειος (hypógeios), meaning 'below ground'; from ὑπό (hypo), meaning 'below', and γῆ (gè), ... Plants that show hypogeal germination need relatively little in the way of external nutrients to grow, therefore they are more ...
*  Epigeal germination
... see Lily seed germination types Araucaria: species in the section Eutacta show epigeal germination, whereas species in the ... underground germination). Epigeal germination implies that the cotyledons are pushed above ground. The hypocotyl (part of the ... The fast germination enables the plant to develop before the next flooding takes place. After the faster first phase, the plant ... Epigeal germination (from Greek ἐπίγαιος (epígaios), meaning 'above ground'; from ἐπί (epi), meaning 'above', and γῆ (gè), ...
*  Lily seed germination types
Lilies seed germination is classified as either epigeal or hypogeal. These classifications may be further refined as immediate ... For hypogeal lilies, the first stage of germination takes place entirely underground where the bulb is created. Hypogeals ...
*  Bacillus spore morphogenesis and germination holin family
The Bacillus Spore Morphogenesis and Germination Holin (BSH) Family (TC# 1.E.23) is a family of proteins named after a holin in ... "1.E.23 The Bacillus Spore Morphogenesis and Germination Holin (BSH) Family". Transporter Classification Database. Retrieved ... "1.E.23 The Bacillus Spore Morphogenesis and Germination Holin (BSH) Family", which is licensed in a way that permits reuse ... "A gene encoding a holin-like protein involved in spore morphogenesis and spore germination in Bacillus subtilis". Journal of ...
*  Glossary of botanical terms
germination 1. of seeds, describing the complex sequence of physiological and structural changes that occur from resting to ... True synaptospermy is when the diaspore generally remains entire until germination, as commonly happens in species of Grielum. ...
*  Carya myristiciformis
Germination is hypogeal. Burial of seeds by squirrels seems to be important, but it is not necessary for the successful ...
*  Carya aquatica
Germination is hypogeal. Sometimes nearly 80 percent of the seed crop germinates. As a result, thickets and clumps of water ... Seedling development- After seedfall in the autumn, the seeds lie dormant until germination in late April through early June. ...
*  Pregnancy test
Germination indicated pregnancy. The type of grain that sprouted was taken as an indicator of the fetus's sex. Hippocrates ...
*  Brassica elongata
However, germination rates drop considerably at very cold seedbed temperatures. There are five subspecies of B. elongata: ... integrifolia seed germination". Journal of Range Management. 56 (6): 623-626. doi:10.2307/4003937. JSTOR 4003937. Flora of ...
*  Alfaroa
Germination is hypogeal. Alfaroa includes the following species (This list may be incomplete): A. columbiana, G. Lozano-C., J. ...
*  Araucaria
Leaves narrow, awl-like; cones less than 12 cm (4.7 in) diameter; seed germination epigeal Araucaria bernieri - New Caledonia ... Leaves broad; cones more than 12 cm (4.7 in) diameter; seed germination hypogeal. Syn. sect. Columbea; sometimes includes ... Produces recalcitrant seeds with hypogeal (cryptocotylar) germination, though extinct species may have exhibited epigeal ... germination.Araucaria bidwillii - bunya-bunya; Eastern Australia †Araucaria brownii - England †Araucaria mirabilis - Patagonia ...
*  Atherosperma moschatum subsp. integrifolium
Germination is unreliable. However, abundant new seedlings may unexpectedly form. Seedlings are unlikely to survive at lower ...
*  Carya tomentosa
Germination is hypogeal. Mockernut seedlings are not fast-growing. The height growth of mockernut seedlings observed in the ... Hickory shuckworm (Laspeyresia caryana) is probably a major factor in reducing germination. Mockernut hickory produces one of ... Hickory species normally require a moderately moist seedbed for satisfactory seed germination, and mockernut hickory seems to ...
*  Alfaroa guanacastensis
Germination is hypogeal; the first two arial leaves are simple and opposite. "Flora Costaricensis" Fieldiana, Botany 40 40-42, ...
*  Town and Country Planning Association
"Ready for germination". Civil Service World. 19 May 2014. "New garden cities must offer genuinely affordable homes, says ...
*  Syzygium papyraceum
Germination is erratic. However, roots and shoots can appear within six weeks. Cuttings strike well. Syzygium papyraceum - bark ...
*  Gordonia lasianthus
Germination is epigeal. Very few seedlings have been observed in the field and most of those seen apparently do not live past ... In a greenhouse heated at 13 °C to 16 °C (55 °F to 60 °F), similar germination percentages were obtained but up to 24 days were ... Seed germination in petri dishes in sunlight is high: 70 to 80 percent within 10 days. ...
*  Quercus laurifolia
The seedlings show embryo dormancy and germinate the following spring after fall ripening; germination is hypogeal. Swamp ...
*  Populus trichocarpa
Germination is epigeal. P. trichocarpa seedlings do not usually become established in abundance after logging unless special ... Seedling development Moist seedbeds are essential for high germination, and seedling survival depends on continuously favorable ...
*  Quercus pagoda
Germination is hypogeal. Size: Cherrybark oaks often attain heights of 100 to 130 feet and diameters of 36 to 60 inches, making ...
*  Alfaroa costaricensis
Germination is hypogeal. The leaves are pinately compound, and are distinguishable from other species by their heavy pubescence ...
*  Atherosperma
Germination is unreliable. However, abundant new seedlings may unexpectedly form. Its distribution is from the Tia River west ...