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Journal of Seed Science

versão impressa ISSN 2317-1537

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CASTRO, Tatiana Carvalho de et al. Morphological aspects of fruits, seeds, seedlings and in vivo and in vitro germination of species of the genus Cleome. J. Seed Sci. [online]. 2014, vol.36, n.3, pp.326-335. ISSN 2317-1537.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/2317-1545v36n31013.

The genus Cleome is widely distributed in drier areas of the tropics and subtropics. Cleome dendroides and C. rosea are Brazilian native species that occur mainly in Atlantic Forest and sandy coastal plains, respectively ecosystems negatively affected by human impacts. Cleome spinosa is frequently found in urban areas. Many Cleome species have been used in traditional medicine, as C. spinosa. In the present work, was investigated C. dendroides, C. rosea and C. spinosa germinative behavior under in vivo conditions, as well as was established suitable conditions to in vitro germination and seedling development. The in vivo germination was performed evaluating the influence of temperature, substrate and light. It was observed that only C. spinosa seeds presents physiological dormancy, which was overcome by using alternate temperatures. The substrate influenced significantly the germination of C. rosea and the seeds of C. dendroides showed the highest germination percentages in the different conditions evaluated. The post-seminal development stages under in vivo and in vitro conditions were defined. It was observed that the development was faster under in vitro than in vivo conditions. An effective methodology for in vitro germination, enabling the providing of material to experiment on plant tissue culture was established to C. dendroides and C. spinosa.

Palavras-chave : Cleome dendroides; Cleome rosea; Cleome spinosa; post-seminal development.

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