Camelina germination under osmotic stress - Trend lines, time-courses and critical points – P.Canak , F.Zanetti, D.Jovicic, B.Vujosevic, Z.Miladinov, D.Stanisavljevic, M.Mirosavljevic, B.Alberghini, E.Facciolla, A.Marjanovic Jeromela – Industrial Crops a

 Camelina [Camelina sativa (L.) Crantz] has increased cold, heat, and drought tolerance and decreased susceptibility to diseases and pests than oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.). Because water deficit at sowing leads to unsatisfactory stand establishment due to irregular seed germination and emergence, the aim of this study was to understand the response of camelina germination under osmotic stress and identify critical soil moisture levels for successful establishment. 

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