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Effect of GA3 treatments and sowing conditions on ex-situ seed germination of Oroxylum indicum (L) Benth. Ex Kurz: A threatened high value medicinal plant

Aseesh Pandey, Ngalengshim Ngashangva, Sushma Tamta.

The objective of this study was to observe the effect of pre-sowing treatments of gibberellic acid (GA3) and different sowing conditions on ex situ seed germination of Oroxylum indicum. For this seeds after pre-sowing treatment were subjected to three different conditions for their germination. Results reveal that, only GA3 treatments have not significantly different (p

Key words: Oroxylum indicum, Conservation, GA3, Seed germination, Ex situ

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