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The tetrazolium test for soybean seeds.

By J.B. FRANCA NETO, F.C. KRZYZANOWSKI and N.P. da. COSTA

Abstract

History. Principles of the test. Equipment and supplies. Seed evaluation. Diagnosis of the causes of soybean seed deterioration. Identification of levels of viability. Class 1 (very high vigor). Class 2 (high vigor). Class 3 (medium vigor). Class 4 (low vigor). Class 5 (very low vigor). Class 6 (non-viable). Class 7 (non-viable). Class 8 (dead seed). Recording and interpreting the results. Precision and accuracy of results. Advantages and limitations of the test. When the test should be applied.199

Topics: Soja, Semente, Teste de tetrazolio, Brasil, Parana, Soybean, Seed, Tetrazolium test, Brazil
Publisher: Londrina: EMBRAPA-CNPSo, 1998.
Year: 1998
OAI identifier: oai:www.infoteca.cnptia.embrapa.br:doc/460029
Provided by: Infoteca-e

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