ROLE OF MECHANICAL DAMAGE IN DETERIORATION OF SOYBEAN SEED QUALITY DURING STORAGE- A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC2503 | Page : 177 - 184
Citation :- ROLE OF MECHANICAL DAMAGE IN DETERIORATION OF SOYBEAN SEED QUALITY DURING STORAGE- A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2008.(29):177 - 184
V. R. Shelar
Address : Seed Technology Research Unit (NSP), Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri 413 722, India

Abstract

Soybean seed quality is affected during pre and post harvest periods. The soybean seed is highly susceptible to mechanical injury and damage occurring during post harvest handling. The soybean seeds have only moderately thick seed coat. The orientation of the embryo within the seed and the nature of protection covering are important attributes of any seed that is subjected to the numerous mechanical and handling processes from harvest to planting. Seeds may receive internal fractures from impaction. These injuries were produced due to mechanical shock to the seeds and were greater with reduced seed moisture. The type and amount of mechanical damage caused during handling affect the viability and vigour of soybean seed during storage. The seed quality and viability during storage depend upon the initial quality of seed and the manner in which it is stored. The work on these aspects of soybean seed quality deterioration and factors responsible during post harvest handling has been reviewed in this article.

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