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Effect of Organic Contaminations on Seed Germination Studies in Tritium Aestivum (L.)

By Int J Cur Bio Med Sci. Lalitmohan Jainarayan Paliwal Pratibha Sunil Agrawal Smita Sureshrao Kharkale


An attempt has been made for germination studies in Triticum Aestivum (L.) with1,2,4,5-trtrazin. It has a wide range of biological activity covering anticoagulant, bactericidal, fungicidal, neurotropopic. Such a vast uses of 1,2,4,5-Tetrazines, necessitate to concentrate on 1,2,4,5-Tetrazines for studying the germination pattern. The experimental data was used to calculate plant growth which in turn is decided on the basis of parameters such as percentage of germination survival, seedling height, chlorophyll content, SGI, shoot length, root length and vigour index

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Year: 2011
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