Read following statements and answer in suitable term given in option:-

a. The promotion of flowering by a period of low temperature

b. Hormonal substance migrates from leaves to shoot for inducing flowering 

c. The general metabolic activity of the embryo slow down or in inactive state 

d. Formation of separation layer between tissue

1. Photoperiodism, vernalisation, abscission layer, dormancy

2. Vernalisation, photoperiodism, dormancy, abscission layer

3. Dormancy, photoperiodism, vernalisation, abscission layer

4. Abscission layer, vernalisation, dormancy, photoperiodism 

 

Subtopic:  Photoperiodism | Vernalization | Seed Dormancy |
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How many of the following can help in breaking seed
dormancy?
1. Changing the environmental condition like light &
temperature.
2. Application of GAor nitrates.
3. Chilling condition.
4. All the above

Subtopic:  Seed Dormancy |
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Which of the following is  not an inhibitory substance governing seed dormancy?

1. Abscisic acid

2. Phenolic acid

3. Para-ascorbic acid

4. Gibberellic acid

Subtopic:  Seed Dormancy |
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Which of the following is not a natural mean to remove seed coat?

(1) Microbial action

(2) Passage through Digestive tract

(3) Vigorous shaking

(4) Both (2) and (3)

Subtopic:  Seed Dormancy |
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Plant growth promotors are not involved in

1.Cell division, cell enlargement

2.Pattern formation, seed formation

3.Dormancy, Abscission

4.Fruiting and Flowering

Subtopic:  Abscisic Acid | Seed Dormancy |
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Inhibitory substances in dormant seeds cannot be removed by subjecting seeds to:
1. Gibberellic acid
2. Nitrate
3. Ascorbic acid
4. Chilling conditions

Subtopic:  Seed Dormancy |
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