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Salt is one of the environmental factors that influence the seed germination. The salinity affects the imbibition of water, germination and root elongation process. The seed germination occurs when the seed receives proper oxygen, temperature, water and other nutrients. The osmotic pressure created by the sodium chloride; it become difficult for the water to enter the seed coat.

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