General Characteristics of Seeds of Some Anise (Pimpinella anisum L.) Lines and Effects of Film Coating on These Seeds

Zeynep Dumanoğlu, Çiğdem Sönmez, Mehmet Fatih Çakır


Anise (Pimpinella anisum L.), is a plant which has an important place in the economic sense in medicinal and aromatic plants. Such as health, food, cosmetics are among the leading materials in the use of many sectors. The production of plant materials obtained from seeds obtained from enduring and strong lines is facilitated with the increasing number of studies. Therefore, the characteristics of the lines from which the seeds come must be demonstrated. In this study, four different anise line (Spain, Egypt, Syria, Turkey) some characteristics of by seed (figure-size, surface area, projection area, average geometric and arithmetic diameter, sphericity, thousand grain weight, average germination percentage and time) It was investigated. At the same time, the film coating was applied to the seeds and the changes in these properties of the seeds were determined. The data obtained were also examined statistically.


Anise; Pimpinella anisum; Seed Size; Seed Characteristics; Seed Coating

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