Plants of the designated genotypes were grown side by side to minimize environmental variabilities in a short-day photoperiod (8 hours/16 hours) at 23°C/19°C for 4 weeks, which was followed by a long-day photoperiod (16 hours/8 hours) at 23°C for flowering induction. The sets of dry-harvested seeds were surface-sterilized and sown onto plates with half-strength MS medium, 1% sucrose, and 1% agar (pH 6.0) with or without 5 μM ABA. Seeds were stratified at 4°C for 4 days and then were transferred to long-day light conditions at 22°C. The germination rate was scored at 48 hours after light induction.

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