Respiratory activity in rice seedlings germinated under strictly anaerobic conditions
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Rice seedlings germinated for up to 96 hr from the imbibition under strictly anaerobic conditions had a certain level of respiratory activity, though less than that of aerobic controls. Nitro-BT positive particles were recognized in coleoptile cells of these seedlings. Respiratory activity in shoots from these seedlings showed a marked rise after exposure to air.
KeywordsRice Seedling Respiratory Activity Seminal Root Anaerobic Treatment Marked Rise
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