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Effects of Plant Growth Regulators on Seed Germination and Seedling Growth of Mountain Mulberry Seeds (Morus bombycis Koidz)
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Effects of Plant Growth Regulators on Seed Germination and Seedling Growth of Mountain Mulberry Seeds (Morus bombycis Koidz)
Song, Min-Jeong; Kim, Kyung-Hoon; Hur, Young-Jin;
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 Abstract
This is the fundamental research on restoring damaged vegetation areas in the vicinity of DMZ using local native plant species. This research is aimed at identifying effective plant growth regulators (PGR) for seed germination and seedling growth of mountain mulberry, and developing effective methods for managing its germination and growth. Mountain mulberry seeds were collected from the regions in the DMZ vicinity, and tests with seven treatments using four PGRs including , kinetin, ABA and NAA, were conducted. The germination rate was calculated in two different ways of both in a growth chamber and in a greenhouse after seven days observation, and the growth characters such as leaf width/length, seedling width/length and fresh/dry weight, have been surveyed in a greenhouse for three months. Although in the growth chamber the highest germination rate was shown at a group with the kinetin treatment, it was not significantly different to that of the control group. Groups with ABA or NAA presented relatively low germination rates. As for the greenhouse test, the germination rates of all groups ranged 20~30% without significant difference each other, the reason of which might be due to low absorption by the effect of a soil drench method used in this study. The entire growth characters with the treatments of of kinetin and of were significantly different to the control. NAA treatment only showed better growth of seedling width compared to the control. Consequently, the most effective PGRs for the germination and growth of mountain mulberry near the DMZ was kinetin. Further research on examining the most effective concentration of them was needed.
 Keywords
Ecological restoration;Native plant species;Germination improvement;Seedling growth enhancement;
 Language
Korean
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