Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Capacity of germinating; viability.
“Controls on seed production and seed germinability in Eriophorum vaginatum.”
“K must be remembered that the form, type and quality (such as viability, germinability, vigor, health, purity and authenticity, moisture content and genetic uniformity) of the propagule contribute greatly to the success of a development undertaking.”
“Variation in seed germinability, seedling growth, and biomass between provenances of Casuarina cunninghamiana Miq. and C. glauca Siev.”
“Once dried (to 6-8 percent moisture content) and placed in an airtight container, the seed maintains a germinability of 75-80 percent for several years.”
“(Seed lots of high germinability can be sown directly in the plastic bags.)”
“These bins require no maintenance, are easily padlocked against thieves, and protect against water, rodents, birds, insects, aerobic microorganisms, weather, and serious loss of seed germinability.”
“The small, nearly conical seeds have five gray ribs and retain their germinability for about two years.”
“These seeds, which retain their germinability about three years, but are rather difficult to keep, may be sown where the plants are to stay, at any season, about eight weeks before a crop is desired; cultivation is like that of parsley.”
“All the while the scientists collected samples of feces from every group to be analyzed for germinability at a later point in time.”
“Note on the effect of threshing on seed damage, seed vigour and germinability in two soybean varieties”
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