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Germination Characteristics by Temperature and Production Time to Poaceae Plant Seed
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Germination Characteristics by Temperature and Production Time to Poaceae Plant Seed
Kang, Hee-Kyoung; Yi, Ja-Yeon; Cho, Yong-Hyeon; Song, Hong-Seon;
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 Abstract
This text was experimented and investigated the optimum production time and germination characteristics of seed that collect in Korean Chungnam, in order to offer the basic informations for slope restoration and revegetation using Poaceae plant. Optimum time of seed production was mid-late October of Miscanthus sinensis, Pennisetum alopecuroides, early November to late October of Themeda triandra var. japonica and M. sacchariflorus, and mid November of Phragmites communis. Epiphytic amount of seed full ripe was the most times in mid October of M. sinensis, P. alopecuroides and M. sacchariflorus, early November of T. triandra var. japonica, and mid November of P. communis. Seed rate of maturity was the highest times in early November of M. sinensis, P. alopecuroides and M. sacchariflorus, and mid November of T. triandra var. japonica and P. communis. Germination rate by seed collection time was the highest times in early October of M. sacchariflorus, mid October of T. triandra var. japonica, early November of M. sinensis and mid November of P. communis. Germination days by seed production time was the shortest times in early November of M. sinensis and M. sacchariflorus, mid November of T. triandra var. japonica and P. communis. Optimum temperature of germination was in M. sinensis and P. alopecuroides, in T. triandra var. japonica, and in P. communis.
 Keywords
Revegetation;Poaceae plant;Seed germination;Seed production time;
 Language
Korean
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