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Paternal and maternal effects on the response of seed germination to high temperatures in Eucalyptus globulus
journal contributionposted on 2017-12-06, 00:00 authored by K Rix, A Gracie, B Potts, Philip BrownPhilip Brown, C Spurr, P Gore
High temperature stress in nurseries germinating Eucalyptus globulus seed is an important problem affecting germination synchrony and rate. Where there is a risk of high temperature stress, then the choice of female parent may be important. This issue is particularly relevant to the production of full-sib families from mass-supplementary pollination where there may be opportunities for seed producers to manipulate the directionality of the crossing done in seed orchards.
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