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Nitric acid promotes pine seed germination

Robert C. Hare

Nitric acid promotes pine seed germination

by Robert C. Hare

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station in [New Orleans, La.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pine -- Seeds.,
  • Germination.,
  • Nitric acid.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRobert C. Hare.
    SeriesResearch note SO -- 281.
    ContributionsSouthern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16004736M

    Seed germination may be defined as the fundamental process by which different plant species grow from a single seed into a plant. This process influences both crop yield and quality. A common example of seed germination is the sprouting of a seedling from a seed of an angiosperm or gymnosperm.   the seed preventing water uptake, or the toxic effects of Na + and Cl− ions on germinating seed [3]. Salt and os-motic stresses are responsible for both bition or delayed seed germination and seedling esinhi tablishment [4]. Seed germination, seedling emergence and early survival are particularly sensitive to substrate salinity [5]. Salt.

      Nitric oxide (NO) has been proposed as a common actor in the ABA and ethylene crosstalk in seed. Indeed, convergent evidence indicates that NO is produced rapidly after seed imbibition and promotes germination by inducing the expression of the ABA 8'-hydroxylase gene, CYPA2, and stimulating ethylene production. Prompt germination of western white-pine seed has constituted a real problem in the Forest Service nurseries of the northern Rocky Mountain region. In one instance 35 beds spring-sown with 5 pounds of seed per bed gave a meager and irregular germination the first summer and from 3, to 40, seedlings per bed the second season.

    Maize seeds were soaked in dilute nitric acid for h then sown in field plots. Germination was not significantly affected but plant ht., number of days to tasseling, number of good ears and grain yield were all increased by nitric acid treatment. Grain yield was max. ( kg/plot) after 12 h soaking compared with kg in the control. SECOND SUPPLEMENT TO SEED GERMINATION THEORY AND PRACTICE Published and distributed by Norman C. Deno Lenor Drive, State College PA (First Printing January 1, ) Four people have made a special contribution to this book. Virginia M. Deno was my constant companion for fifty-two years (she died November). Every.


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Nitric acid promotes pine seed germination by Robert C. Hare Download PDF EPUB FB2

Germination of a number of recalcitrant seed lots of loblolly, slash and longleaf pine was improved markedly following treatment with percent nitric acid for 4 hours or 10 percent for 10 minutes.

Citation: Hare, Robert C. Nitric Acid Promotes Pine Seed Germination Cited by: 3. Get this from a library. Nitric acid promotes pine seed germination. [Robert C Hare; Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)].

Get this from a library. Nitric acid promotes pine seed germination. [Robert C Hare; Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)]. Germination ability is regulated by a combination of environmental and endogenous signals with both synergistic and antagonistic effects.

Nitric oxide (NO) is a potent dormancy-releasing agent in many species, including Arabidopsis, and has been suggested to behave as an endogenous regulator of this physiological ct reports have also highlighted a positive impact of NO on seed Cited by: Measurements of tropospheric nitric acid over the western United States and northeastern Pacific Ocean [ Nitric acid and fertilizer nitrates / edited by Cornelius Keleti; Dan fei gong yi she ji shou ce.

Xiao suan, xiao suan an / Hua gong bu hua gong she ji gong si zhu bian ; Nitric acid promotes pine seed germination [electronic resource]. Highlights NO and reactive oxygen species control the release of seed dormancy and seed germination. NOs signalling interplay with plant hormones abscisic and gibberelic acid.

NO regulates catabolic enzymes of abscisic acid and biosynthesis of gibberelic acid. NO cross-talk with reactive oxygen species is a key step in pollen germination and tube growth. NO. Measurements of tropospheric nitric acid over the western United States and northeastern Pacific Ocean [ Dan fei gong yi she ji shou ce.

Xiao suan, xiao suan an / Hua gong bu hua gong she ji gong si zhu bian ; Nitric acid promotes pine seed germination [electronic resource].

Boiling usually promotes germination to a critical point beyond which there is a decline in the final germination percentage. Soaking in water within the range 60–90°C is often as effective as soaking at °C but there is less chance of damage at the lower temperatures.

(approx. 1 litre of acid per 35 kg of seed), distributing the acid. Germination ability is regulated by a combination of environmental and endogenous signals with both synergistic and antagonistic effects.

Nitric oxide (NO) is a potent dormancy-releasing agent in many species, including Arabidopsis, and has been suggested to behave as an endogenous regulator of this physiological blockage. Distinct reports have also highlighted a positive impact of NO on seed. Description. TCC’s nitric acid (HNO 3), is a highly corrosive and toxic strong mineral acid that is normally colorless but tends to acquire a yellow cast to the accumulation of oxides of nitrogen if long–ry nitric acid has a concentration of 68%.

When the solution contains more than 86% HNO3, it is referred to as fuming nitric acid. "Nitric Acid - Use this chemical in a 20% to 40% strength and always wear protective gear.

This chemical duplicates the look of aged pine beautifully. Apply a wet coat to the wood and then heat with a hair dryer or heat gun to fully develop the effect. The nitrate ion (NO3) is converted to NO2 which is brown. It has been proposed that NO promotes the germination of seeds, either by reducing seed dormancy or by minimizing the effects of environmental conditions that inhibit germination.

4NH 3 % 5O 2 6 4NO % 6H 2O 02/98 Inorganic Chemical Industry Nitric Acid General Inthere were approximately 65 nitric acid (HNO 3) manufacturing plants in the U.

with a total capacity of 11 million tons of HNO 3 per year. The plants range in size from 6, totons per. In the process of seed germination, upstream GA acts the signaling molecule NO (nitric oxide) and antagonistically acts the hormone ABA, by inducing and maintaining the dormancy functions as a negative regulator of germination.

ABA synthesized by endosperm represses germination of the imbibited Arabidopsis seeds (Lee et al., ). Sulphuric acid treatment after 2 days, significantly increased seed germination compared to control, hot water, nitric acid (), GA 3 and ethephon (Table 3 and 4).However, one-year-old seed soaked for 10 min in sulphuric acid significantly germinated more than those soaked in sulphuric acid for 20 or 30 min (Table 1 and 3).In trial 1, the seeds soaked in sulphuric acid for 20 min.

Agmata, A. and F.T. Bonner. Seed quality of red spruce and Fraser fir in high-elevation stands. G.D. Hertel, ed., Effects of Atmospheric Pollutants on the Spruce-fir Forests of the Eastern United States and Federal Republic of Germany.

Atmospheric Deposition Program, n.d.). Additionally, acid rain can destroy the leaves of plants, such as the needles on the Evergreen Pine trees in Black Forest, Germany, where all of the trees are barren of needles and the trunks are black due to excessive acid rain (USGS, ).

Acid rain also affects crops by changing the chemical. Nitric acid, colorless, fuming, and highly corrosive liquid that is a common laboratory reagent and an important industrial chemical for the manufacture of fertilizers and explosives. It is toxic and can cause severe burns. Learn more about the properties and uses of nitric acid in this article.

Nitrates stimulate germination of many dormant seeds (8, 11, 27, 31), while ammonium salts are usually ineffective. Functioning of nitrates in seed germination through reduction to ammoniumions, as occurs in the nutrition of plants (1, 17), is thus opento question.

Theonlyanalysis ofthe cause for this control of germination is by Roberts (   Abscisic acid (ABA) plays a central role in seed dormancy and transcriptional regulation of genes coding for ABA biosynthetic and degradation enzymes is responsible for control of ABA content.

However, little is known about signalling both before and after ABA regulation, in particular, how environmental signals are perceived and transduced. We are. Extract seeds, dry, and store in a cool dry place.

Seed coats are very hard, and seeds will require scarification in order to germinate. Redbud. Germination is inhibited by an impermeable seed coat and embryo dormancy. Soak for 30 minutes in concentrated sulfuric acid or vinegar followed by 3 months cold stratification.germination rate and seed vigor index.

Both concentrations (30 and 15 -g l 1) increased the germination rate of the plant significantly; however, the maximum germination rate (%) was calculated at 30 g l-1 of humic acid (Table 3), and the lowest level (%) belonged to the control treatment.

Germination.medium displayed 87% germination on the 7th day, this value became 53%, 24%, 6% and 0%, respectively in, and M salinity (Table-1). Salt stress can perform its preventive effect in many ways. It may interfere with seed germination by changing the water status of the seed so that water uptake is inhibited (Kabar.