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Application of biophysical and biochemical methods as priming techniques on Cart…


Application of biophysical and biochemical methods as priming techniques on Cart…


Application of biophysical and biochemical methods as priming techniques on Carthamus Tinctorius L. – Magazine with 7 pages: For disclosing the effects of seed priming with biophysical and biochemical methods on yield and other characteristics on safflower (Carthamus Tinctorius L.), the seeds of one safflower cultivar was treated with 72 mT strength for 10 min, hydro priming for 72 hours and gibberellic acid with 50ppm concentration for 8hours before germination and cultivation. In this …



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