Most plants need light to grow and keep them healthy, but not all plants need
light to germinate, and, as we shall see, some seeds find light a hindrance.
Most seeds are not affected by light or darkness, but many seeds, including
species found in forest settings will not germinate until an opening in the canopy
The effects of light on germination in eight Carex species from prairie wetlands
were investigated. Methods Non-dormant seeds of eight Carex species were ...
"Shade light" inhibited germination. We concluded that the regime of alternating
temperatures suppressed the light effects on seed germination of this species.
Light: Light has varied effects on germinating seeds of different plants. Some
seeds need light for germination, while in some seeds germination is hindered by
The effect of seed source, light during germination, and cold-moist stratification
on seed germination in three species of Echinacea for organic production.
40. THE EFFECT OF LIGHT ON SEED GERMINATION. For many years we have
had difficulty in germinating the seeds of certain species of trees even when ...
Absence of light had no effect on the seed germination of U. setulosa and H.
mucronatum; however, germination was lower in all salinity treatments. In the
Abstract. The seeds ofMerremia aegyptia are indifferent to light conditions for
germination, which becomes 100% in the first 24 hrs. On the contrary, inM.
Effect of Light on Seed Germination and Seedling Growth of Merremia Species.
Abstract. The seeds of iVierremia aegyptia are indifferent to light conditions for ...