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|metadata.revistascielo.dc.title:||GERMINATION STUDIES ON Tabebuia impetiginosa Mart. SEEDS|
|metadata.revistascielo.dc.creator:||Silva, Edvaldo Aparecido Amaral da|
Davide, Antônio Cláudio
Faria, José Márcio Rocha
Melo, Daniel Leão Bandeira de
Abreu, Guilherme Barbosa de
|metadata.revistascielo.dc.subject:||Tabebuia impetiginosa, “ipê-roxo”, seed, germination, gibberellins, ex situ conservation, ecological reforestation|
|metadata.revistascielo.dc.description:||Seed germination and seedling production of native forest tree species are an important step in ex situ conservation programs and in the reforestation with ecological purposes. Therefore, understanding seed germination and its regulation is mandatory for the complete success of the conservation programs and revegetation techniques. Thus, morphological studies, temperature requirements for seed germination and its control by gibberellins (GAs) were studied in Tabebuia impetiginosa (“ipê-roxo”) seeds. The best temperature for germination under constant light was 30oC. The imbibition of T. impetiginosa seeds followed the common triphasic pattern, with most of the seeds attaining phase II at 24 hours and phase III at 72 hours of imbibition. Visible germination, as radicle elongation, started at 30 hours in water-imbibed seeds and at 24 hours in GA-imbibed seeds. Seeds imbibed in Paclobutrazol, an inhibitor of GA biosynthesis, failed to germinate. However, application of exogenous gibberellins overcame inhibition and allowed germination, suggesting that GAs are regulators of Tabebuia impetiginosa seed germination. The results suggested that germination in Tabebuia impetiginosa seeds is controlled by elongation of the radicle and gibberellins may play an important role in regulating it. The possible role of gibberellins is discussed.|
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