Metabolic events, Biology

Metabolic Events

Let us now examine the changes that occur in the seeds after they imbibe water. In general, the most important metabolic events are:

  1. Degradation of stored food material through the activity of various enzymes,
  2. Changes in hormonal levels, and
  3. Synthesis of new proteins and enzymes.
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