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1984, 1989). They include minimization of vacuolation, protection of (the integrity of) DNA and orderly dismantling of cytoskeletal elements. Both ‘orthodox and recalcitrant seeds’ deal with the problem of volume reduction by the accumulation of space-filling insoluble reserves (Berjak and Pammenter, 2008). There is the notable exception of ‘highly-recalcitrant propagules’ of Avicennia marina. 32 Botany Boubriak et al. (2000) found DNA to be severely damaged after slight drying in embryos of A.

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Annals of Botany 96, 581–589. , Pedersen, O. W. (2004). Acclimation of a terrestrial plant to submergence facilitates gas exchange under water. Plant, Cell & Environment 27, 1281–1287. H. K. (2011). Manipulation of photoprotection to improve plant photosynthesis. Plant Physiology 155, 86–92. Naidoo, G. G. (1993). ) Kunth. Oecologia 93, 360–366. Noctor, G. H. (1998). Ascorbate and glutathione: Keeping active oxygen under control. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 49, 249–279.

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