Abstract Volume:5 Issue-5 Year-2017 Original Research Articles
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This current study investigates the effect of sterile soil and non-sterile soil on the germination of Barley seeds (Monocot) and Trigonella seeds (Dicot). The readings of the germination rates were collected over four days. The root length was measured in the third and the fourth day. The results of this research indicated that soil water enhanced barley seeds germination more than the Trigonella seeds. The percentage of the germination was affected by the present of bacteria in compare to fungus. The bacteria were inhibited higher percentage of seeds germination in compare to the seeds infected by fungus. The fungus was less in Trigonella and barley. The percentage of barely germination was higher in the case of non-sterile soil water in comparison to sterile soil. In comparison, the effect of sterile soil water and non-sterile soil on the length of the root; the data reveal that the non-sterilised stimulated the growth of root length in treated plants. The fungal infection was inhibited the seed germination. The germination inhibition was higher in case the fungus in comparison to bacteria. Therefore the treatment was by non-sterilized soil water which was higher in the percentage of germination. The percentage of seed germination in bacterially infected samples and treated were higher in compare to the fungi infected samples and treated.
How to cite this article:A. Aytah Ameera. 2017. The Effect of AL-Medina Almunawarah Soil on the Level of Germination on Barley Grain and Trigonella Seeds.Int.J.Curr.Res.Aca.Rev. 5(5): 46-56