The conservation and the resetting in the tropics are some of the great questions that if have with regard to the tropical and subtropical forests of the world, had the increasing expansion of the agricultural, industrial activities and of settling. For resetting of areas, they are necessary knowledge on the genetic structure of the populations, the biological maintenance of the genetic potential of the species and mechanisms that provide the balance of the ecosystem. In reply to these questions, studies have been carried through on the reproductive strategy, genetic structure, forest succession and microorganisms of the ground (Coast, 1997). The available information on the germination process, even so voluminous, are insufficient and restricted to characterize it perfectly, therefore it represents the meeting of knowledge gotten for different species, many of which of high biological value, but, insignificant of the point of economic sight. For Moraes et al.
(1983) it must be made germination tests, with species of economic interest, to inform to the agriculturist on the average capacity of germination and, finally, to relate to the size of the plantation area and its costs. Studies of germination and techniques of culture are important to know the behavior of the species and its diffusion as ornamental or supplying plant of raw material (Aguiar, 1990). It is basic if to understand the germinativo process for conservation of the species, since they will give subsidies for the perpetuation, adaptation and development in the environment. The study of the process of propagation of the palms it is without a doubt a great step for the domesticao of many species that present economic potential as producing of oil, food and alternative source of energy. Of gmica form the seeds germination of or agmica for intermediary of rebentos or perfilhos can more be multiplied through and recently through the fabric culture (Pine, 1986).