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Acacia saligna
Seeds are normally treated with boiling water, but nicking the seed coat, soaking in sulfuric acid, and exposing the seeds to dry heat are also effective (NAS ...
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Gulf of Guinea Islands' Biodiversity Network: Bioko
(Pidgin) X X *Prunus africana bihasa (Bubi) X Ricinodendron heudelottii essesang (Fang) Condiment (seed) X X Tetrapleura tetraptera enziese (Fang) Condiment (fruit) X X Xylopia aethiopica oyang (Fang) ... , is also widely available. The seeds of Mucuna sloanei, with their characteristic hard, patterned seed coat are also widely sold, the endosperm being used as an additive to soups and ...
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Anacardium occidentale
The seed oil is believed to be alexeritic and amebicidal; used to treat ... possibly subject to a dermatitis. Chemistry Per 100 g, the mature seed is reported to contain 542 calories, 7.6 g H2O, 17 ... the kernels. Nuts are separated from the fleshy pedicel and receptacle, seed coat removed by hand, and nuts dried. Fresh green nuts from Africa ...
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Keeping Marsupials : Keeping and Breeding Marsupials in Captivity, Maintaining Injured and Orphaned Wildlife in Captivity, Animal Husbandry, Australian Marsupials, Australian Mammals, Marsupial Conservation
Immature seeds or those with a cracked seed coat will release toxin. One seed contains enough ... inland Queensland. Sheep are also the victims of muscle degeneration produced by eating the mature seed heads of the plains plover daisy or flat billy buttons (Ixiolaena brevicompta). Selenium poisoning ...
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Ginkgo biloba, The Maidenhair Tree - Plants For A Future
The books ... seed in pots and bury the pots in the ground for the winter. Dig up the pots and let them germinate naturally in the spring. 2. Very lightly crack the seed coat and soak in water for a couple of hours. Follow same procedure as above. 3. Keep seed in ...
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Gardening tips - Seed Sowing - Plants For A Future
Sometimes you simply file one small area of the seed coat until you are almost through to the seed, at other times the whole seed coat is abraded. This can be done by putting the seed ...
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The moisture provided by you is absorbed through the seed coat. This results in a swelling of the seed parts ... to get to germinate are beet seeds. This is because the beet seed, or kernel, is surrounded by a hard, tough shell It takes ... The surface water will be drawn off, but the shell of the seed will continue to remain soft and moist until you have time to ...
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RestoringEarth - Educating People
After the male and female gametes have fused the integument will form a seed coat and the embryo of the new plant will form. The Zygote is described as being ...
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May/June
It has a 1.4 maturity ranking which makes it most adaptable to the ... varieties are distributed through Minnesota Crop Improvement Association (MCIA) members. Information on MCIA and certified seed producers is available through their website (www.mncia.org) or by calling 800-510- ...
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Columbidae Conservation: helping save the world's pigeons and doves (Columbidae)
Sandalwood (species: Santalum austrocaledonicum) is a small tree endemic to New Caledonia and Vanuatu that produces single-seeded fleshy drupes. It’s seeds are dormant because of their hard coat ... tract of the bird individuals significantly increased seed germination. Ingestion by the Cloven-feathered Dove produced an abrasion of the seed coat that both reduced the length of ...
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