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  1. Vol. 7 No. 5, p. 413-417
    Received: Jan 18, 1967

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Relation of Coleoptile Structure to Coleoptile Strength and Seedling Emergence Under Compacted Soil Conditions in Six Varieties of Winter Wheat1

  1. B. J. Kolp,
  2. D. G. Miller,
  3. G. A. Pratt and
  4. Shou-jen Hwang2



Coleoptile length under soil compaction as a percent of length under no compaction was used to measure coleoptile strength. Varieties that produced long coleoptiles under no compaction produced the longest coleoptiles under compaction. Correlations were found between cell diameter and several morphologic structures of the coleoptile. As soil compaction increased, coleoptile length was reduced; total plants emerged and rate of emergence also decreased.

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