Physiological Quality of Rice and Soybean Seeds Produced Under Hydric Stress in Greenhouse


  •  Ruddy A. V. Escalera    
  •  João R. Pimentel    
  •  Cristian Troyjack    
  •  Ivan R. Carvalho    
  •  Vinícius J. Szareski    
  •  Márcio Peter    
  •  Suelen M. Fachi    
  •  Francielen L. da Silva    
  •  Liriana L. Fonseca    
  •  Lanes B. A. Jaques    
  •  Giordano G. Conte    
  •  Francisco A. Villela    
  •  Tiago Z. Aumonde    
  •  Tiago Pedó    

Abstract

The hydric resources are primordial for plants growth and development, under conditions where the growing environment express hydric shortage. These conditions can directly or indirectly affect development, the formation of new organs, yield and quality seeds. The study aimed to evaluate the physiological quality of rice and soybean seeds, produced under hydric restriction. Experiment 1: for rice, the scheme was completely randomized with four repetitions, the treats of hydric restrictions were applied in the periods of 0, 24, 48, 72 hours at the phenological stage of filling seeds. Experiment 2: for soybean, the scheme was completely randomized, conducted in factorial scheme, four replicates with four hydric restriction periods of 0, 24, 48 and 72 hours, at the phenological stage of filling seeds. It was verified that as the hydric restriction hours increase, at the rice seeds filling, the physiologic quality is affected, the higher effect occurred at 72 hours of restriction. While at the soybean seeds production it was not verified such effects, only the thousand seeds mass was negatively affected. The physiological quality of rice seeds were more affected, when compared to soybean seeds submitted to the same treats of hydric stress.



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  • Issn(Print): 1916-9752
  • Issn(Onlne): 1916-9760
  • Started: 2009
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