germinability

germinability

(ˌdʒɜːmɪnəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
(Botany) the ability of a seed to germinate
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patulus maintained their germinability after 3 years of burial.
Within and Between Plant Variation in Seed Number, Seed Mass and Germinability of Primula elatior: Effect of Population Size.
Organisms causing rice seed discoloration and their possible effect on germinability.
It is also obvious from the trend of results that sorghum and sunflower possess many water soluble allelopathic compounds in their underground and above ground plant parts and inhibition in the germinability and subsequent growth and weight of cotton seedlings may be ascribed to phytotoxic compounds with inhibitory effect in both sorghum and sunflower.
Changes in germinability and desiccation-sensitivity of recalcitrant Hopea hainanensis Merr.
Sumugat (2004) reported lower activities of SOD POX, APX and GR decreased seed germinability in the stored seed; the post-harvesting activity of priming increased these enzyme activities.
After 63 days, the following parameters were quantified: germinability (%G), average germination time (AGT), germination speed index (GSI), and the uniformity of germination coefficient (UGC) (SANTANA & RANAL, 2000).
Temperature changes may affect a number of processes controlling seed germinability, including membrane permeability and the activity of membrane-bound and cytosolic enzymes [7].
Effect of priming on germinability and salt tolerance in seeds and seedlings of Physalis peruviana L.