Factors affecting. Abstract. Show more. Quality Seed Production By Dr. S. S. Jena ASCO, Bolangir 2. Quality seed production 1. It has been argued that some of resources needed for fruit and seed production in terrestrial orchids originate from storage in underground biomass. We investigated the seed set rate of a common reed, Phragmites australis (Cav.) Abstract. Factors affecting fruit and seed production in Dactylorhiza maculata (Orchidaceae) Author links open overlay panel ELISA VALLIUS f1. The aim of this paper, therefore, is to determine the factors affecting sugarcane production by SSGs The environment during seed production has major impacts on the behaviour of progeny seeds. ex Steudel, in the Lake Biwa–Yodo River system in south-western Japan, and analyzed the factors that influenced seed production. Introduction • Seed play an important role in any technology embedding and we have to produce pure, quality, resistant, healthy seeds for production of healthy food to satisfy our needs. It can be shown that for annual plants temperature perception over the whole life history of the mother can affect the germination rate of progeny, and instances have been documented where these affects cross whole generations. protoplasm affects the metabolism of the plant and if metabolism is disturbed, plant growth also gets affected. This necessity is because sugarcane production is still on the decline, resulting in fewer SSGs. The climatic factors have direct bearing on the quality seed production. In the 12 populations studied, the seed set rate ranged from 0.1 to 59.6% (mean 9.7%). The extent to which current photosynthetic activity and nutrient uptake via mycorrhizal fungi affect fruit and seed production has only rarely been studied experimentally. Vegetable Seed Production Dr. P. Syam Sundar Reddy Assistant Professor (Hort.). Here we are going to discuss “Factors affecting Plant Growth: External Factors and Internal Factors“.Growth is affected by several factors which may be External or Internal.These factors ultimately affect the activity of Protoplasm of the cell. Spatial and temporal variation in the seed production of a species and the various factors affecting seed production provide essential information for understanding biotic and abiotic controls on reproduction and for assessing population trends. The seed production of varieties and hybrids of vegetables should be carried out carefully in the region where these are well adopted. production, particularly for large-scale farmers, the need for further research remains, more so for SSGs. Trin.