Query : "Iranian Journal of Seed Research"

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The present study sought to compare the effect of seed priming by hydropriming, ascorbate and calcium chloride (CaCl2) versus different concentrations of silver nanoparticles on two Iranian rice cultivars (Hashemi and Shiroodi) under drought stress. The experimental design, which was factorial, was completely randomized. The first factor was control (without priming), hydro-priming, 20 mg.L-1 ...

SUBJECT: rice cultivars of hashemi and shiroodi; آسکوربات; هیدروپرایمینگ; hydro-priming; کلرید کلسیم

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Extended abstractIntroduction: Malva (Malva neglecta) is one of perennial plants of the Malvaceae family. One of the most important mechanisms for survival of the plants is dormancy, rest or distance in germination and growth; in this case, despite favorable conditions for germination, the seed remains at rest for an indefinite period of time. Seed dormancy is a consistent feature in some seed ...

SUBJECT: potassium nitrate; hydrogen peroxide; scarification; seed vigor index; germination rate

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DOR: 98.1000/2383-1251.1397.5. 91.10.2.1575.41Extended AbstractIntroduction: Seeds are a good option for propagation and protection of medicinal plants. Although Seed dormancy is an adaptive strategy for wild medicinal plants, but it is considered as an undesirable trait in domestication and cultivation of them, need to be solved. Echinophora platyloba seed has dormancy despite its remarkable ...

SUBJECT: hormone; germination; ga3; seed vigor; stratification

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DOR: 98.1000/2383-1251.1397.5. 59.10.2.32.41Extended abstract Introduction: Crop rotations are practiced to eliminate the effect of monoculture, but the succeeding crop may be influenced by the phytotoxins released by the preceding crop. Among plants, Brassica species contain allelochemical compounds as glucosinolate that is, under special conditions, released to environment and affects seed g ...

SUBJECT: chlorophyll; germination percentage; soluble sugar; proline; protein

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Extended abstract Introduction: Stevia is a perennial short day plant, belonging to the Asteraceae family. It is also called sugar leaf. Poor germination of this plant serves as a barrier for its planation on a large scale, which contributes to its scarcity and expensivenss as a medicinal herb. In many plants, seed germination is sensitive to salinity, which determines the survival of the plan ...

SUBJECT: total chlorophyll; catalase; superoxide dismutase; peroxidase; seed vigor index

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Extended abstract Introduction: Indian Cheese Maker, an herbage plant, belongs to potatoes family and grows in areas such as Pakistan, Afghanistan, India and Iran. Given its medicinal properties, Indian Cheese Maker plays an important role in traditional Iranian medicine. Lack of dormancy is one of the most desirable agronomic characteristics of its seeds, which is necessary to achieve the hig ...

SUBJECT: seed sterilization; stratification; landrace; α and β amylase; morphological features

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Extended abstractIntroduction: Interference caused through weeds and crops competition for environmental resources and allelopathy brings about damage in crop species. Allelopathy is defined as a direct or indirect inhibiting or provoking effect of a plant on other plants through the production of chemical compounds introduced into the environment. Although the allelopathic effects of the shoo ...

SUBJECT: chenopodium; germination persentage; allelopathy; soybean; cocklebur

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Introduction: Quinoa, with the scientific name (Chenopodium quinoa Willd), belongs to the Spencer family. Seeds vigor can be improved with a variety of seed priming methods. In this method, the seeds are soaked in water or various osmotic solutions and then dried to the original moisture. After priming treatment, seeds are stored and cultivated as untreated seeds. Potassium nitrate is the most ...

SUBJECT: chlorophyll; germination percentage; relative water content; root length; allometric coefficient

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DOR: 98.1000/2383-1251.1397.5. 73.10.2.1576.1607Extended abstractIntroduction: The use of nanotechnology as a diverse and applied discipline is ongoing in almost all areas of science. Fertilizers and nano-nutrients have the effective properties which help the production of plants depending on their needs to regulate the plant growth. Plants under stress conditions are willing to produce natura ...

SUBJECT: cnt; mean of daily germination; radicle dry weight; sio2; tio2

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DOR: 98.1000/2383-1251.1397.5. 15.10.2.1575.1576Extended abstractIntroduction: Heavy metal pollution is one of the most serious environmental problems. These metals which accumulate in food chain bring about a lot of hazards to both humans and animals. Among heavy metals, lead is considered to be the most dangerous heavy metal in the environment. It contaminates the environment through the lea ...

SUBJECT: sigmoid model; catalase; proline; protein

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