Patricia Berjak undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Germination and Radicle in her work. Her Horticulture study frequently links to related topics such as Water stress. Her Water stress study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Horticulture. Her research ties Sorghum and Agronomy together. Her work in Sorghum is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Agronomy. Her research links Desiccation tolerance with Desiccation. Her study brings together the fields of Desiccation and Desiccation tolerance. Her Drought stress research extends to the thematically linked field of Botany. Her Drought stress study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Botany.
Her Biochemistry study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Gene, Dehydration and In vitro. In her research, Patricia Berjak undertakes multidisciplinary study on Gene and Biochemistry. In her works, she undertakes multidisciplinary study on Botany and Horticulture. By researching both Horticulture and Agronomy, Patricia Berjak produces research that crosses academic boundaries. With her scientific publications, her incorporates both Agronomy and Botany. Her study ties her expertise on Recalcitrant seed together with the subject of Germination. Her Recalcitrant seed study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Germination. Cell biology is closely attributed to Cryopreservation in her work. Cryopreservation and Embryo are two areas of study in which Patricia Berjak engages in interdisciplinary research.
Patricia Berjak's looking at Desiccation as part of her Recalcitrant seed and Desiccation tolerance and Desiccation study. Recalcitrant seed connects with themes related to Desiccation in her study. Her Botany study frequently links to other fields, such as Lycopersicon. Her Lycopersicon study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Botany. In her study, Patricia Berjak carries out multidisciplinary Pisum and Cucurbita research. Her study deals with a combination of Cucurbita and Pisum. Many of her studies involve connections with topics such as Sativum and Agronomy. She regularly links together related areas like Agronomy in her Sativum studies. By researching both Cucurbita maxima and Cucurbita pepo, Patricia Berjak produces research that crosses academic boundaries.
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A review of recalcitrant seed physiology in relation to desiccation-tolerance mechanisms
N. W. Pammenter;Patricia Berjak.
Seed Science Research (1999)
From Avicennia to Zizania: seed recalcitrance in perspective.
Patricia Berjak;N. W. Pammenter.
Annals of Botany (2007)
Recalcitrance: a current assessment
J. M. Farrant;N. W. Pammenter;P. Berjak.
Seed Science and Technology (1988)
In vitro studies on the potential for biological control of Aspergillus flavus and Fusarium moniliforme by Trichoderma species
Claudia Calistru;Michelle McLean;Patricia Berjak.
Homeohydrous (Recalcitrant) Seeds: Dehydration, the State of Water and Viability Characteristics in Landolphia kirkii
N. W. Pammenter;Christina W. Vertucci;Patricia Berjak.
Plant Physiology (1991)
Seed development in relation to desiccation tolerance: A comparison between desiccation-sensitive (recalcitrant) seeds of Avicennia marina and desiccation-tolerant types
Jill M. Farrant;N. W. Pammenter;Patricia Berjak.
Seed Science Research (1993)
Effects of differential drying rates on viability retention of recalcitrant seeds of Ekebergia capensis
N. W. Pammenter;Valerie Greggains;J. I. Kioko;J. Wesley-Smith.
Seed Science Research (1998)
The Basis of Recalcitrant Seed Behaviour
Patricia Berjak;Jill M. Farrant;N. W. Pammenter.
Desiccation damage, accelerated ageing and respiration in desiccation tolerant and sensitive seeds
Christina Walters;N.W. Pammenter;Patricia Berjak;Jennifer Crane.
Seed Science Research (2001)
Recalcitrant (homoiohydrous) seeds: the enigma of their desiccation-sensitivity.
P. Berjak;J. M. Farrant;D. J. Mycock;N. W. Pammenter.
Seed Science and Technology (1990)
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