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Moisture dependent of some physical and morphological properties of dent corn (Zea mays var. indentәtә Sturt) seeds
African Journal of Biotechnology
In this study, physical properties of seeds of Simon and Goldeclat dent corn (Zea mays var. indentətə sturt) cultivars as a function of moisture content were evaluated. Three levels of moisture ranging from 12.76 to 17.0% (dry basis), and 11.09 to 16.48% (dry basis) were used for Simon and Goldeclat cv., respectively. The averaged length, width, thickness, arithmetic and geometric mean diameter of seeds ranged from 10.54, 7.26, 4.57, 116.46 and 7.04 mm for Simon cv.; 10.80, 6.89, 4.81, 119.42doi:10.5897/ajb10.1190 fatcat:2ys2vjtwuvaxriwvlyfvxujqba