• The Germination of Seeds of the Native Plant Acacia
    The Germination of Seeds of the Native Plant Acacia decurrens Practical Report Biology 1 Introduction: In a botanical sense, “germination is the process of emergence of growth from a resting stage.” (http://encyclopedia.laborlawtalk.com/germination). Under favourable conditions, the seed begins...
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  • Term Paper
    Method Of Testing Seed S eed health refers to the health status of a seed. Sowing healthy seeds of high quality is our concern to improve crop yields thus increasing food production.  It has a great concern to farmers and seed producing agencies where the disease is high and average...
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  • The Effect of Radiation in Inducing Mutation on the Growth of Zea Mays
    experiment using corn seeds exposed in to different rate of radiation (0kr, 10 kr, 30 kr, and 50 kr) was done. Four treatments were prepared using 10 seeds from each of the following different radiation rates. The seeds were planted and were observed for seven weeks. The percent germination and mortality rate...
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  • Bioassay of Radish Seeds
    Bioassay of Radish Seeds Bioassay is a type of scientific experiment used in the development of new drugs and monitoring pollutants. It estimates the potency of a substance, by testing its effect on living matter. In other words, it determines how much of the substance is needed to poison an individual...
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  • Germination
    Germination I See the Light 1) Purpose: To determine if seeds require light in order to germinate. 2) Procedure: A) Cut three circles of paper that just fit the bottom of the container in which you will place the seeds. B) Place ten seeds randomly in the bottom of the container...
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  • Popcorn Experiment
    Which seeds will germinate more quickly. Constant Variables: Duration of the experiments, equal number and size/type of seeds, germination conditions. Independent : Water, rolled paper towels, Dependent: Seed germination that is observed by the growth rate and length of the plumule of the seed. Similar...
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  • Phaseolus Vulgaris Lab
    Effects of Salinity on Germination of Phaseolus Vulgaris L. Alexander D. Pulaski John Norton, Brandy Budzinski Biology 109 Annette M. Lussier October 28, 2013 ABSTRACT The goal of this experiment was to determine the effects of NaCl on Phaseolus Vulgaris seed germination. These effects were...
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  • Determination of effect of different type of sun light on the germination Exp. No. 2 write a lab report
    Determination of effect of different type of sun light on the germination Exp. No. 2 write a lab report Bio Lab 113 1/23/14 I. Purpose The purpose of this experiment is to see what affect light has on the germination of pinto beans. Introduction: Farming corps is the most important process...
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  • Corn Seed Germination in Olive Oil
    Tap Water Corn Seed Germination Experiment ABSTRACT A common corn kernel will not successfully germinate in extra virgin olive oil. The purpose of this experiment was to determine if seeds would or could germinate in extra virgin olive oil as they would in water. Each seed was prepared for...
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  • Basil Germination
    The Effects of Temperature on Basil Germination Abstract: Successful germination depends on many different factors. The amount of moisture, the type of seed, the temperature of the room, and how long the seeds are left in the specific environment, these factors are the most common. This paper focuses...
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  • Stress
    Introduction: The germination test is the most commonly used to determine seed viability. In the Rules for testing Seed of the Association of Official Seed Analysts, seed germination is described as “the emergence and development from the seed embryo of those essential structures which, for the kind of seed in question...
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  • The Effect of Hydrogen Peroxide on Seed Germination
    in the compound(Liebeskind, 2013). Seed germination is simply the process in which a seedling sprouts from a seed and begins it’s growth. The most important factors for seed germination is the temperature, the presence of oxygen and the exposure to water. For a seed to germinate, the temperature must...
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  • Effect of Environment on Mungbean
    University, Peshawar- Pakistan. ABSTRACT Seed priming had increased germination of several plants particularly vegetables. The effect of PEG 8000 concentrations levels i.e. 100, 200, 300 g liter-1 water, water soaked and control (seed not treated) on germination m-2 and plant population hectare-1 at harvest...
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  • The Effects of Mouthwash on Pea Seeds Germination
    THE EFFECTS OF MOUTHWASH ON PEA SEEDS GERMINATION ANITA ASARE PERIOD 1 MR. SORANNO ANITA ASARE PERIOD 1 MR. SORANNO Purpose: The purpose of the pea seeds germination lab is to determine whether pea seeds will sprout with the absence of a complete...
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  • Seeds and Plants
    Seeds and germination - seed structure A seed is the product of reproduction in flowering plants. In dicotyledonous plants the seed consists of a miniature plant, the embryo and two modified leaves, the cotyledons, swollen with food reserves. ...
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  • Impact of gamma rays on the germination and seedling parameters of Groundnut
    ASIAN J. EXP. BIOL. SCI. VOL 4 (1) 2013: 61-68 © Society of Applied Sciences ORIGINAL ARTICLE Impact of Gamma Rays on the Seed Germination and Seedling Parameters of Groundnut (Arachis Hypogaea L.) 1* 1 1 1 1 M. Aparna. , Anurag Chaturvedi , M. Sreedhar. , D. Pavan Kumar , ...
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  • Temperature Effects on Radish Root Development
    studies have been conducted to establish how temperature, seed germination, and root growth are related. Because temperature plays a main role in many growth processes, we decided to focus on how it affected root growth. Radish (Raphanus sativus) seeds were chosen due to their ability to produce a distinct...
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  • The Germination of Barley Seeds Using an Experimental Technique
    The Germination of Barley Seeds Using an Experimental Technique By: Anna Sanford http://www.valdosta.edu/~rgoddard/PlantPhys/Anna.htm Introduction Barley seeds are an important seeds to use when answering questions about many different effects of hormones on germination. The seeds...
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  • Bean Germination and Saline
    OF SALINE ON BEAN GERMINATION AUTHOR: Erik Motyka Lab-partner: MWCC Biology I-109 Professor: Dr. Atryzek ABSTRACT: The response of Phaseolus vulgaris to increased levels of saline solution at germination and seedling growth...
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  • Purpose
    temperatures. The procedure that was followed to support my hypothesis was to observe six germinating seeds in six separate pots. Two pots each were placed in three controlled temperature conditions. The seeds were of the same type. The same size pot was used, along with the same soil. A big hole was punched...
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