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Seed Priming with Polyethylene Glycol Induces Physiological Changes in Sorghum ( Sorghum bicolor L . Moench) Seedlings under Suboptimal Soil Moisture Environments

Osmopriming with PEG has potential to improve seed germination, seedling emergence, and establishment, especially under stress conditions. This research investigated germination performance, seedling establishment, and effects of osmopriming with PEG on physiology in sorghum seedlings and their asso... Full description

Journal Title: PLoS ONE 2015, Vol.10(10)
Main Author: Zhang, Fei
Other Authors: Yu, Jialin , Johnston, Christopher R , Wang, Yanqiu , Zhu, Kai , Lu, Feng , Zhang, Zhipeng , Zou, Jianqiu
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title: Seed Priming with Polyethylene Glycol Induces Physiological Changes in Sorghum ( Sorghum bicolor L . Moench) Seedlings under Suboptimal Soil Moisture Environments
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description: Osmopriming with PEG has potential to improve seed germination, seedling emergence, and establishment, especially under stress conditions. This research investigated germination performance, seedling establishment, and effects of osmopriming with PEG on physiology in sorghum seedlings and their association with post-priming stress tolerance under various soil moisture stress conditions. Results showed that seed priming increased the environmental range suitable for sorghum germination and has potential to provide more uniform and synchronous emergence. Physiologically, seed priming strengthened the antioxidant activities of APX, CAT, POD, and SOD, as well as compatible solutes including free amino acid, reducing sugar, proline, soluble sugar, and soluble protein contents. As a result, seed priming reduced lipid peroxidation and stabilized the cell membrane, resulting in increased stress tolerance under drought or excessive soil moisture environments. Overall, results suggested that seed priming with PEG was effective in improving seed germination and seedling establishment of sorghum under adverse soil moisture conditions. Osmopriming effectively strengthened the antioxidant system and increased osmotic adjustment, likely resulting in increased stress tolerance.
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