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From the Outside to the Inside: New Insights on the Main Factors that Guide the Germination Process

Version 1 : Received: 10 December 2020 / Approved: 11 December 2020 / Online: 11 December 2020 (10:30:09 CET)

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Longo, C.; Holness, S.; De Angelis, V.; Lepri, A.; Occhigrossi, S.; Ruta, V.; Vittorioso, P. From the Outside to the Inside: New Insights on the Main Factors That Guide Seed Dormancy and Germination. Genes 2021, 12, 52. Longo, C.; Holness, S.; De Angelis, V.; Lepri, A.; Occhigrossi, S.; Ruta, V.; Vittorioso, P. From the Outside to the Inside: New Insights on the Main Factors That Guide Seed Dormancy and Germination. Genes 2021, 12, 52.

Journal reference: Genes 2020, 12, 52
DOI: 10.3390/genes12010052

Abstract

The transition from a dormant to a germinating seed represents a crucial developmental switch in the life cycle of a plant. Subsequent transition from a germinating seed to an autotrophic organism also requires a robust and multi-layered control. Seed germination and seedling growth are multistep processes, involving both internal and external signals, which lead to a fine-tuning control network.

Subject Areas

seed dormancy; germination; light-mediated process; abiotic stress; epigenetic control; translational control

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