Presowing irradiation of plant seeds

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  • Seeds -- Irradiation.,
  • Crops -- Effect of gamma rays on.,
  • Crop improvement.

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StatementN.M. Berezina and D.A. Kaushanskii ; editor, A.M. Kuzin ; [translator, A.K. Dhote].
ContributionsKaushanskiĭ, David Aronovich., Kuzin, Aleksandr Mikhaĭlovich.
LC ClassificationsSB118.44 .B4713 1989
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 287 p. :
Number of Pages287
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1960338M
LC Control Number90191088

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3-presowing treatments of papaya seeds as influenced by some chemicals and irradiation on germination, growth, flowering, sex expression and fruit quality Article (PDF Available) March Untreated plants produced maximum height of the plant, number of leaves per plant, leaf length and petiole length while, the plants obtained by the seed treatment with % EMS concentration.

Meanwhile, in the second seasons plants raised from seed irradiation with gamma irradiation at 12 Gray, seeds soaked in EMS at ppm, CEPA at ppm and untreated seeds (control) borne the highest number of male inflorescence per plant as compared with other treatments.

The effect of pre-sowing γ-irradiation of cotton seeds from a point source of Cs on emergence, growth, flowering, and yield was studied. High radiation doses caused reduction of emergence, inhibition of growth retardation of flowering, and reduction in number of flowers and bolls Presowing irradiation of plant seeds book by the by: 5.

Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Seed Priming Factors Affecting Seed Priming Effect of Seed Priming on Seedling Growth and Development Effect of Seed Priming on Yield and Cited by:   The presowing irradiation of cotton seeds with pulses of concentrated light (PCL) causes a change in a number of indices of the oil.

When the seeds are stored, oxidative processes in them are intensified. In the oil of the harvested seeds some indices are : D. Asil'bekova, S. Gusakova, A. Umarov, F. Suleimanova, D. Alavutdinov. Effect of pre-sowing gamma irradiation on respiration intensity in seeds and seedlings of wheat.

Irradiation of wheat seeds with γ-rays at kR increased the respiration rate determined by assimilation of O2 and exudation of CO2 in germinating seeds Author: K. Gigineishvili, E.

Yasnikova. Procurement of seeds and irradiation The seeds of babchi (Cullen corylifolium [L.] Medik.), belong to family Fabaceae, were procured from National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources (NBPGR), Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), New Delhi, India.

Each sample of 25 g seeds was packed in polythene and were irradiated with different doses. TREATMENTS TO PROMOTE SEED GERMINATION. Most Acacia species have a seed coat which is impervious to water.

This causes seed dormancy so that germination may extend over months or years. In order to propagate acacias efficiently in the nursery it therefore is necessary to apply some form of presowing treatment to ensure not only a high final germination percentage but rapid and uniform.

Effect of presowing, temperature and light on Seed Germination of Arnebia benthamii. Seeds of these plants produced the follow- STIMULATION OF PLANT GROWTH BY IONIZING RADIATION ing year a denser population, larger plants and more prolific flowering. This stimulating effect is attributed to the irradiation of the seed in Cited by: Seed pre-Activation Study by Means of LED Radiation: /ch To study the possibilities of pre-sowing seed activation, irradiation with LEDs emitting in the visible, violet, and near-ultraviolet ranges with a maximum ofAuthor: Alexey Bashilov, Mikhail Belyakov.

utilization of roots by uprooting the entire plants and the problems associated with the seed germination leads to shortage of root material for Ayurvedic preparation. The aim of the present study was to assess seed viability and the influence of presowing treatments on the seed germination and seedling development in U.

picta. Application of 2. In consideration of promising efficacy of seeds irradiation by He-Ne laser on alleviating the negative effects of environmental stresses, this is the first study that explores the effects of He-Ne laser treatments of C.

argentea seeds against drought : Sami I. Ali, Alaa A. Gaafar, Sami A. Metwally, Ibrahim E. Habba, Marwa R. Abdel khalek. The microbiological contamination of raw plant materials is common and may be adequately reduced by radiation processing.

This study evaluated the effects of γ- and e-beam ionizing radiations (25 kGy) on three plants used as food or as medicinal products (Thymus vulgaris L., Eucalyptus radiata D.C., and Lavandula angustifolia Mill.) as well as their effects on extracted or commercial Cited by: Pollination of plants grown from seed subjected to γ irradiation with pollen from untreated plants of the same cultivar increased boll set, number of seeds per boll and weight of lint per boll compared with similar crosses made without irradiation.

Yield was raised by %.Author: L. Arutjunova, K. Gesos. Two laser sources operating at wavelengths of nm (He-Ne) and nm (Ar +) are used in examining the effects of coherent, low-power, continuous wave exposure on the development of Vigna radiata L. Presowing laser irradiation of seeds leads to an improvement of mung bean seedling characteristics, with increased values of hypocotyl length (an increase of up to %), root length (an Author: Rayno Vic B.

Janayon, Rayno Vic B. Janayon, Raphael A. Guerrero. Effects of Radiation on Plants Reed Miller Ma Submitted as coursework for PH, Stanford University, Winter How Radiation Works.

Fig. 1: Three irradiated plants (right three). [6] (Source: Wikimedia Commons). Before I explain how radiation can affect plant-life, I must first explain what exactly radiation is, and how it is.

Irradiation Embrittlement of Reactor Pressure Vessels (RPVs) in Nuclear Power Plants provides a thorough review of an issue that is central to the safety of nuclear power generation. The book includes contributions from an international team of experts, and will be a useful resource for nuclear plant operators and managers, relevant regulatory 5/5(2).

Growing Irradiated Bean Seeds Irradiation and Benefits – Growing Irradiated Bean Seeds Student Data Collection ANSWER Sheet Seed 1 - Control Seed 2 - 50, rad Height Observation Drawing Height Observation Drawing Seed 3 -rad Seed 4 -rad Height Observation Drawing Height Observation DrawingFile Size: KB.

Sainfoin seeds were irradiated by four different lasers (He-Ne laser, three semiconductor lasers of wavelengths nm, nm and of wavelength range nm).

Each group of seed was irradiated only once, using different exposure times: 1- 2- 3-and 4-minutes. of seed with low or high temperatures), solid matrix priming (treatment of seed with solid matrices), and biopriming (hydration using biological compounds) (Ashraf, Foolad ).

each treatment has ad-vantages and disadvantages and may have varying effects depending upon plant species, stage of plantFile Size: KB. Tuber of two two varieties of potato named Silana and Daimont were irradiated with control, 10 and 30 Gy of gamma rays before planting to investigate its effects on morphological, physiological criteria and DNA profiles.

The effects of γ-irradiation on stored tubers were also investigated. It was observed that irradiation treatments improved vegetative characters in Silana Cited by: 6.

From Seed to Plant. A unit to help grow your students' knowledge of plants. By Steven Hicks. Grades. Book. 3 Items. Reproducible.

1 Item. Book List. About This Unit. Overview. There are many different kinds of plants, flowers and trees around us. In this unit, students will dissect, discover, sort, and plant seeds. Identify major. Radiobiologiia. Nov-Dec;16(6) [Effect of different doses of ionizing radiation on levels of endogenous growth regulators and polyphenol oxidase activity in plants after presowing irradiation of Vicia faba bean seeds].Author: Kriukova Lm, Maevskaia Zv.

Mutation breeding, sometimes referred to as "variation breeding", is the process of exposing seeds to chemicals or radiation in order to generate mutants with desirable traits to be bred with other created using mutagenesis are sometimes called mutagenic plants or mutagenic seeds.

From to more than mutagenic plant varieties were released that have been derived. Seeds from the parent line were not irradiated. It was established that as a result of irradiation, the yield of reproductional seeds increased by – 28%, germination energy by – %, field germinability by – % and the weight of air dry seeds by – %.

Phytochromes are red (R) and far-red (FR) light photoreceptors in plants, and PHYTOCHROME-INTERACTING FACTORS (PIFs) are a group of bHLH family transcription factors that play central roles in repressing photomorphogenesis.

Here, we report that MYB30, an R2R3-MYB family transcription factor, acts as a negative regulator of photomorphogenesis in Arabidopsis. Step 3: Gather students back together and ask them to tell about the new plant they saw in their seed. Ask students what they think the new plant will do (grow).

Ask students: Then what is the job of a seed. (To grow into a plant). Day 2: Where Do We Find Seeds. Part I. Step 1: Gather students in a circle. Remind students about the seeds they. The seed germination of seed sources and presowing treatments of Acacia catechu and Elaeocarpus floribundus seeds were conducted in the nursery of Bangladesh Agricultural University.

The seeds were collected from matured and healthy trees from four different locations in Bangladesh and treated with six presowing methods. The germination test was conducted in polybags with a mixture of topsoil Cited by: 5. In wheat, anthocyanin pigments can be synthesized in vegetative and reproductive organs.

The objective of the current study was to estimate the significance of these substances for wheat seedlings protection under irradiation stress (after treatment of dry seeds with moderate doses of gamma-irradiation, 50, and Gy). Plants do not have to worry much about radiation.

Experiments have been conducted that show that radiation is really only a problem when a plant is in the stage of a seed. Still, large amounts of radiation can destroy any material, including plant material. seed on the parent plant, environment and health of the parent plant during seed maturation [19, 20].Different methods used in breaking seed dormancy include physical scarification of seed coat by nicking; filling with needles, knife and or abrasion paper[16, 17, 21].

In File Size: KB. The possibilities for exciting stimulation by presowing irradiation of dry tomato, pepper and eggplant seeds with low doses of /sup 60/Co gamma rays were studied. Dry seeds with equalized moisture content in advance were irradiated in a gamma unit of IGSR GUPE with a radiation power of R/ min.

The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information. In this plant biology science fair project, students will investigate effects of irradiation on seed germination. Rad Radishes: Effects of Irradiation on Seed Germination.

Plant the seeds in moist soil and watch them grow. Follow the directions that accompany the seeds for growing the plants. An opinion is advanced that nonspecific derepression and supression of genes are responsible for mechanisms of the mutagenic factors stimulating action.

It is emphasized that the method of presowing irradiation in seed growing should not be applied. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] Publication Types: Comparative Study; English AbstractAuthor: Strel'chuk Si. Electromagnetic Fields, Tree & Plant Growth Electromagnetic (EMF) frequencies have been found to alter the growth and development of plants.

Studies on wireless EMF frequencies have found physiological and morphological changes, increased micronuclei formation, altered growth as well as adverse cell characteristics such as thinner cell walls and smaller mitochondria.

Agrodatabase/21 - Crop Prontuary - Data/Peppers. From Wikibooks, open books for an open world Agrodatabase‎ | 21 - Crop Prontuary - Data. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Peppers: Units Average Range Valuation PLANT tolerance to pH acid pH 5,5 _____ MODERATELY dS/m affects crop dS/m.

With Permission from ACS: ACS Symposium Series Irradiation of Food and PackagingChapter 1, Pages Kim M. Morehouse * and Vanee Komolprasert **.The sprouting of seeds is called germination.A germinating seed has a baby plant, called an embryo, on its tiny living thing gets its nutrients from the cotyledon, which is the fleshy part of cotyledon may or may not be in two pieces.Tomatoes: Units Average Range Valuation CLIMATE _____ _____ _____ _____ TEMPERATURE _____ _____ _____ _____ GERMINATION - optimize Cº 19,0

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