Seed Science and Technology. Volume 47 Issue 3 (2019)
Seed viability and germination are central topics for Seed Science and Technology, especially regarding useful and/or threatened plants, such as medicinal and crop species. Both seed viability and germination may be affected by various factors, including phytopathogens, environmental conditions and age of the seeds. Therefore, on one hand there is a constant need to monitor seed quality and on the other to prevent pests and improve recruitment performance. These topics are addressed in this issue through new user-friendly techniques or existing protocols, which may include inter-disciplinary approaches combining molecular, ecological and agronomic skills.
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Document Type: Editorial
Publication date: December 1, 2019
This article was made available online on December 28, 2019 as a Fast Track article with title: "Editorial: Seed Science and Technology. Volume 47 Issue 3 (2019)".
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- Seed Science and Technology (SST) is one of the leading international journals featuring original papers and review articles on seed quality and physiology as related to seed production, harvest, processing, sampling, storage, distribution and testing. This widely recognised journal is designed to meet the needs of researchers, advisers and all those involved in the improvement and technical control of seed quality.
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