So, we grew "large seeds" and "small seeds" in a certain concentration of NaCl. We also grew the same kinds of seeds in regular water. The control group data showed that the larger seeds had a longer radicle than than the smaller seeds. The NaCl group showed the same; larger seeds=relatively longer radicles. We did it at increasing concentrations of NaCl and found the same results. So, would it be safe to assume that both are equally affeceted by NaCl. Both had their radicle lengths decreased by about the same amount for most NaCl concentrations. So - the question becomes: how does NaCl affect the germination of a seed?