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Report for Solanum pennellii Correll

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Family Solanaceae
Genus Solanum
Species pennellii
Author Correll
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • xerophyte
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
137 mMBOLARIN, MC; FERNANDEZ, FG; CRUZ, V; CUARTERO, J (1991) SALINITY TOLERANCE IN 4 WILD TOMATO SPECIES USING VEGETATIVE YIELD SALINITY RESPONSE CURVESCRUZ, V; CUARTERO, J; BOLARIN, MC; ROMERO, M (1990) EVALUATION OF CHARACTERS FOR ASCERTAINING SALT STRESS RESPONSES IN LYCOPERSICON SPECIESPEREZALFOCEA, F; ESTAN, MT; CARO, M; GUERRIER, G (1993) OSMOTIC ADJUSTMENT IN LYCOPERSICON-ESCULENTUM AND L-PENNELLII UNDER NACL AND POLYETHYLENE-GLYCOL 6000 ISOSMOTIC STRESSESRus, AM; Panoff, M; Perez-Alfocea, F; Bolarin, MC (1999) NaCl responses in tomato calli and whole plants
Germination YesFoolad, MR; Lin, GY (1997) Genetic potential for salt tolerance during germination in Lycopersicon speciesJONES, RA (1986) HIGH SALT TOLERANCE POTENTIAL IN LYCOPERSICON SPECIES DURING GERMINATIONRosental, L; Perelman, A; Nevo, N; Toubiana, D; Samani, T; Batushansky, A; Sikron, N; Saranga, Y; Fait, A (2016) Environmental and genetic effects on tomato seed metabolic balance and its association with germination vigor
Salt glands and bladders NoAlbaladejo, I; Meco, V; Plasencia, F; Flores, FB; Bolarin, MC; Egea, I (2017) Unravelling the strategies used by the wild tomato species Solanum pennellii to confront salt stress: From leaf anatomical adaptations to molecular responses
Previously was: unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
  • DNA markersChen, F. Q.; Foolad, M. R. (1999) A molecular linkage map of tomato based on a cross between Lycopersicon esculentum and L. pimpinellifolium and its comparison with other molecular maps of tomatoFoolad, MR; Chen, FQ (1998) RAPD markers associated with salt tolerance in an interspecific cross of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum x L-pennellii)
  • GenesAbouelsaad, I; Weihrauch, D; Renault, S (2016) Effects of salt stress on the expression of key genes related to nitrogen assimilation and transport in the roots of the cultivated tomato and its wild salt-tolerant relativeMadrid-Espinoza, J; Salinas-Cornejo, J; Ruiz-Lara, S (2019) The RabGAP Gene Family in Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) and Wild Relatives: Identification, Interaction Networks, and Transcriptional Analysis during Plant Development and in Response to Salt StressShi, JY; Du, XG (2020) Identification, characterization and expression analysis of calmodulin and calmodulin-like proteins in Solanum pennelliiZiaf, K; Loukehaich, R; Gong, PJ; Liu, H; Han, QQ; Wang, TT; Li, HX; Ye, ZB (2011) A Multiple Stress-Responsive Gene ERD15 from Solanum pennellii Confers Stress Tolerance in Tobacco
  • TranscriptomicsDai, Q; Geng, LL; Lu, MJ; Jin, WB; Nan, XY; He, PA; Yao, YH (2017) Comparative transcriptome analysis of the different tissues between the cultivated and wild tomatoSalinas-Cornejo, J; Madrid-Espinoza, J; Ruiz-Lara, S (2019) Identification and transcriptional analysis of SNARE vesicle fusion regulators in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) during plant development and a comparative analysis of the response to salt stress with wild relatives
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Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • Antioxidant enzymesKoca, H; Ozdemir, F; Turkan, I (2006) Effect of salt stress on lipid peroxidation and superoxide dismutase and peroxidase activities of Lycopersicon esculentum and L-pennelliiMittova, V; Volokita, M; Guy, M; Tal, M (2000) Activities of SOD and the ascorbate-glutathione cycle enzymes in subcellular compartments in leaves and roots of the cultivated tomato and its wild salt-tolerant relative Lycopersicon pennelliiRebah, F; Ouhibi, C; Alamer, KH; Msilini, N; Ben Nasri, M; Stevens, R; Attia, H (2018) COMPARISON OF THE RESPONSES TO NaCl STRESS OF THREE TOMATO INTROGRESSION LINESShalata, A; Tal, M (1998) The effect of salt stress on lipid peroxidation and antioxidants in the leaf of the cultivated tomato and its wild salt-tolerant relative Lycopersicon pennellii
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • ProlineAlmeida, P; Feron, R; de Boer, GJ; de Boer, AH (2014) Role of Na+, K+, Cl-, proline and sucrose concentrations in determining salinity tolerance and their correlation with the expression of multiple genes in tomatoRenard, M; Guerrier, G (1997) Is proline a compatible solute in calli from NaCl-sensitive Lycopersicon esculentum and NaCl-tolerant L pennellii?TAL, M; KATZ, A; HEIKIN, H; DEHAN, K (1979) SALT TOLERANCE IN THE WILD RELATIVES OF THE CULTIVATED TOMATO - PROLINE ACCUMULATION IN LYCOPERSICON-ESCULENTUM MILL, LYCOPERSICON-PERUVIANUM MILL AND SOLANUM-PENNELLI-COR TREATED WITH NACL AND POLYETHYLENE GLYCOLE
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Habitat
Economic use
  • 0112.0 Fruit
  • 0500.0 Breeding stockSARANGA, Y; CAHANER, A; ZAMIR, D; MARANI, A; RUDICH, J (1992) BREEDING TOMATOES FOR SALT TOLERANCE - INHERITANCE OF SALT TOLERANCE AND RELATED TRAITS IN INTERSPECIFIC POPULATIONSSARANGA, Y; ZAMIR, D; MARANI, A; RUDICH, J (1991) BREEDING TOMATOES FOR SALT TOLERANCE - FIELD-EVALUATION OF LYCOPERSICON GERMPLASM FOR YIELD AND DRY-MATTER PRODUCTIONTAL, M; SHANNON, MC (1983) SALT TOLERANCE IN THE WILD RELATIVES OF THE CULTIVATED TOMATO - RESPONSES OF LYCOPERSICON-ESCULENTUM, LYCOPERSICON-CHEESMANII, LYCOPERSICON-PERUVIANUM, SOLANUM-PENNELLII AND F1 HYBRIDS TO HIGH SALINITY
Distribution
Distribution (text)
  • Chile
  • Coastal PeruTabuchi, Toshihito; Ito, Shinji; Wada, Shigeo; Nishiyama, Masaki; Toba, Keiko (2004) Morphological characterization of wild tomato relatives germplasm in Lycopersicon (Solanum) pennellii
Previously was:
  • Chile
  • Miscellaneous notes
    References

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