nondormant

nondormant

(ˌnɒnˈdɔːmənt)
adj
1. (Botany) relating to the state in which germination is possible
2. (Botany) relating to the state of active growth, esp of plants
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Assessment of genetic diversity among nondormant and semidormant alfalfa populations using sequence-related amplified polymorphisms.
It is not uncommon for some alpine species to shed nondormant seed that remain ungerminated during autumn due to the prevailing low temperatures (Billings & Mooney, 1968).
Nondormant varieties can be higher yielding but they are susceptible to winter kill in cold climates and have poorer persistence.
Furthermore, it was estimated that the rate of shoot elongation of nondormant alfalfa is about twofold than fall dormant ones.
In the case of viable, nondormant seeds, the water absorption process invokes a sequence of metabolic changes that culminate with the protrusion of the radicle (CARVALHO; NAKAGAWA, 2000).
Anyone with nondormant TB may feel sick with symptoms of coughing, fever, loss of appetite, weight loss, weakness, night sweats and feeling very tired.
The total dormant and nondormant seed accumulated in the soil is called the seed bank.
The germination process begins when soil temperatures are above 60[degrees]F (16[degrees]C) and viable and nondormant seeds absorb about 50% of their weight in water.
Adjust irrigation Plants, even nondormant ones, require much less water in winter because the days are shorter and cooler, so cut back on how often you water.