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Report for Prosopis chilensis (Molina) Stuntz

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Family Fabaceae
Genus Prosopis
Species chilensis
Author (Molina) Stuntz
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • xerophyte
Life form
  • Shrub
  • Tree
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
205 mMFelker, P., P. R. Clark, A. E. Laag and P. F. Pratt (1981) Salinity Tolerance of the Tree Legumes - Mesquite (Prosopis-Glandulosa Var Torreyana, Prosopis-Velutina and Prosopis-Articulata) Algarrobo (Prosopis-Chilensis), Kiawe (Prosopis-Pallida) and Tamarugo (Prosopis-Tamarugo) Grown in Sand Culture on Nitrogen-Free MediaZhao, K. F. and P. J. C. Harris (1992) THE EFFECTS OF ISOOSMOTIC SALT AND WATER STRESSES ON THE GROWTH OF HALOPHYTES AND NON-HALOPHYTES
Germination YesCazebonne, C; Vega, AI; Varela, DA; Cardemil, LA (1999) Salinity effects on germination and growth of Prosopis chilensisCony, MA; Trione, SO (1998) Inter- and intraspecific variability in Prosopis flexuosa and P-chilensis: seed germination under salt and moisture stress
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3?
Molecular data
  • DNA markersPomponio, MF; Poltri, SM; Lauenstein, DL; Toralesi, S (2014) Resource Communication. Identification of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) at candidate genes involved in abiotic stress in two Prosopis species and hybrids
  • PolypeptidesMunoz, Graciela; Gonzalez, Corina; Flores, Patricia; Prado, Bernardo; Campos, Victoriano (1997) Comparison between the polypeptide profile of halophilic bacteria and salt tolerant plants
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesJorge Arnoldo Villegas-Espinoza1, Edgar Omar Rueda-Puente2, Bernardo Murillo-Amador3, María Esther Puente3, Francisco Higinio Ruiz-Espinoza1, Sergio Zamora-Salgado1 y Félix Alfredo Beltran Morales1 (2014) Native plant growth promoting bacteria and their effect on Prosopischilensis (Molina) StunzJorge Arnoldo Villegas-Espinoza1, Edgar Omar Rueda-Puente2, Bernardo Murillo-Amador3, María Esther Puente3, Francisco Higinio Ruiz-Espinoza1, Sergio Zamora-Salgado1 y Félix Alfredo Beltran Morales1 (2014) Native plant growth promoting bacteria and their effect on Prosopischilensis (Molina) StunzMIETTINEN, P; KARSISTO, M; MUSA, MG (1992) NODULATION OF 9 NITROGEN-FIXING TREE SPECIES GROWN IN CENTRAL SUDANZHANG, XP; HARPER, R; KARSISTO, M; LINDSTROM, K (1991) DIVERSITY OF RHIZOBIUM BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM THE ROOT-NODULES OF LEGUMINOUS TREES
Bioremediation YesWestphal, C., P. Gachon, J. Bravo, C. Navarrete, C. Salas and C. Ibanez (2015) The Potential of Algarrobo (Prosopis chilensis (Mol.) Stuntz) for Regeneration of Desertified Soils: Assessing Seed Germination Under Saline Conditions
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Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
Economic use
Previously was:
  • 2100.0 Fuel
  • 3000.0 FORAGE
  • Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • South America (casual)
    • Santa Ana, Sonora, Mexico Jorge Arnoldo Villegas-Espinoza1, Edgar Omar Rueda-Puente2, Bernardo Murillo-Amador3, María Esther Puente3, Francisco Higinio Ruiz-Espinoza1, Sergio Zamora-Salgado1 y Félix Alfredo Beltran Morales1 (2014) Native plant growth promoting bacteria and their effect on Prosopischilensis (Molina) Stunz
    • Tamil Nadu, IndiaSubramanian, M. Padma Sorna; Ganthi, A. Saravana; Subramonian, K. (2020) ree species of the point calimere wildlife and bird sanctuary in Tamil Nadu, India: A checklist
    • Turkana, Northwest KenyaOba, G., I. Nordal, N. C. Stenseth, J. Stave, C. S. Bjora, J. K. Muthondeki and W. K. A. Bii (2001) Growth performance of exotic and indigenous tree species in saline soils in Turkana, Kenya
    Miscellaneous notes
    References

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