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During storage, changes may occur in seed-coat permeability of hard seeds (Egley, 1989; Egley et al.
In Trigonella arabica Delile (Papilionaceae) and Ononis sicula, depending on the conditions during maturation, seeds with different degrees of seed-coat development and impermeability to water may develop on the same plant.