Ендогена дормантност семена — разлика између измена

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У многим случајевима, поред морфофизиолошке дормантности, јављају се различите комбинације [[Егзогена дормантност|егзогених]] и ендогених типова дормантности, као што је то сличај са глоговима, [[липа]]ма, [[Европска тиса|тисом]], [[граб]]ом, [[клека]]ма, [[дрен]]ом...
 
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* [[Дормантност семена]]
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==Литература==
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