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Report for Phoenix dactylifera L.

updated: Apr 6th 2021, 5:06 pm see all updates
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Family Arecaceae
Genus Phoenix
Species dactylifera
Author L.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Tree
Ecotypes Yes
Max. salinity
300 mMAl-Khateeb, Suliman A; Al-Khateeb, Abdullatif A; Sattar, Muhammad N; Mohmand, Akbar S (2020) Induced in vitro adaptation for salt tolerance in date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) cultivar Khalas.Al-Qurainy, F; Khan, S; Tarroum, M; Nadeem, M; Alansi, S; Alshameri, A; Gaafar, AR (2020) COMPARISON OF SALT TOLERANCE BETWEEN TWO POTENTIAL CULTIVARS OF L. GROWING IN SAUDI ARABIA
Germination YesDemason, D. A., J. I. Stillman and G. S. Ellmore (1989) Acid-Phosphatase Localization in Seedling Tissues of the Palms, Phoenix-Dactylifera and Washingtonia-Filifera, and Its Relevance to Controls of Germination
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3?
Molecular data
  • DNAAl-Khateeb, Suliman A; Al-Khateeb, Abdullatif A; Sattar, Muhammad N; Mohmand, Akbar S (2020) Induced in vitro adaptation for salt tolerance in date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) cultivar Khalas.
  • MetabolomicsJana, GA; Al Kharusi, L; Sunkar, R; Al-Yahyai, R; Yaish, MW (2019) Metabolomic analysis of date palm seedlings exposed to salinity and silicon treatments
  • TranscriptomicsBenny, Jubina; Marchese, Annalisa; Giovino, Antonio; Marra, Francesco Paolo; Perrone, Anna; Caruso, Tiziano; Martinelli, Federico (2020) Gaining Insight into Exclusive and Common Transcriptomic Features Linked to Drought and Salinity Responses across Fruit Tree Crops.
Previously was:
  • Total genomic DNAAl-Khateeb, Suliman A; Al-Khateeb, Abdullatif A; Sattar, Muhammad N; Mohmand, Akbar S (2020) Induced in vitro adaptation for salt tolerance in date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) cultivar Khalas.
  • TranscriptomicsBenny, Jubina; Marchese, Annalisa; Giovino, Antonio; Marra, Francesco Paolo; Perrone, Anna; Caruso, Tiziano; Martinelli, Federico (2020) Gaining Insight into Exclusive and Common Transcriptomic Features Linked to Drought and Salinity Responses across Fruit Tree Crops.
  • MetabolomicsJana, GA; Al Kharusi, L; Sunkar, R; Al-Yahyai, R; Yaish, MW (2019) Metabolomic analysis of date palm seedlings exposed to salinity and silicon treatments
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesAit-El-Mokhtar, M; Baslam, M; Ben-Laouane, R; Anli, M; Boutasknit, A; Mitsui, T; Wahbi, S; Meddich, A (2020) Alleviation of Detrimental Effects of Salt Stress on Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) by the Application of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and/or CompostChebaane, A; Symanczik, S; Oehl, F; Azri, R; Gargouri, M; Mader, P; Mliki, A; Fki, L (2020) Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated withPhoenix dactyliferaL. grown in Tunisian Sahara oases of different salinity levels
    Bioremediation unknown
    antioxidants
    • AntioxidantsAl Kharusi, L; Al Yahyai, R; Yaish, MW (2019) Antioxidant Response to Salinity in Salt-Tolerant and Salt-Susceptible Cultivars of Date PalmBhattacharjee, S; Habib, F; Darwish, N; Shanableh, A (2021) Iron sulfide nanoparticles prepared using date seed extract: Green synthesis, characterization and potential application for removal of ciprofloxacin and chromium
    • Antioxidant enzymesAl-Qurainy, F; Khan, S; Tarroum, M; Nadeem, M; Alansi, S; Alshameri, A; Gaafar, AR (2020) COMPARISON OF SALT TOLERANCE BETWEEN TWO POTENTIAL CULTIVARS OF L. GROWING IN SAUDI ARABIA
    • FlavonoidsBhattacharjee, S; Habib, F; Darwish, N; Shanableh, A (2021) Iron sulfide nanoparticles prepared using date seed extract: Green synthesis, characterization and potential application for removal of ciprofloxacin and chromium
    Previously was:
  • AntioxidantsAl Kharusi, L; Al Yahyai, R; Yaish, MW (2019) Antioxidant Response to Salinity in Salt-Tolerant and Salt-Susceptible Cultivars of Date Palm
  • Antioxidant enzymesAl-Qurainy, F; Khan, S; Tarroum, M; Nadeem, M; Alansi, S; Alshameri, A; Gaafar, AR (2020) COMPARISON OF SALT TOLERANCE BETWEEN TWO POTENTIAL CULTIVARS OF L. GROWING IN SAUDI ARABIA
  • Secondary Metabolites
    Compatible Solutes
    • ProlineYaish, MW (2015) Proline accumulation is a general response to abiotic stress in the date palm tree (Phoenix dactylifera L.)
    Habitat
    • C1.5 Permanent inland saline and brackish lakes, ponds and poolsQasem, Jamal R. (2015) PROSPECTS OF WILD MEDICINAL AND INDUSTRIAL PLANTS OF SALINE HABITATS IN THE JORDAN VALLEY
    Economic use
    • 0122.0 Cooked fruit
    • 0212.0 Wine
    • 4850.0 Salt-tolerant ornamental
    Distribution
    Distribution (text)
    • Africa - north
    • Saudi ArabiaAl-Khateeb, Suliman A; Al-Khateeb, Abdullatif A; Sattar, Muhammad N; Mohmand, Akbar S (2020) Induced in vitro adaptation for salt tolerance in date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) cultivar Khalas.
    • 75 km parallel to the Jordan River and the Dead Sea, and varies in width from 10 km at Wadi Hisban and Wadi Zarqa to about 2-3 km in Zara,JordanQasem, Jamal R. (2015) PROSPECTS OF WILD MEDICINAL AND INDUSTRIAL PLANTS OF SALINE HABITATS IN THE JORDAN VALLEY
    Miscellaneous notes More than 330 reference in the Web of Science in October 2020.
    References

    Last Records approved
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    Dec 3rd 2021, 11:39 am

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    Submitted by Mohammed Al-azzawi
    Nov 24th 2021, 9:10 am

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Nov 24th 2021, 2:59 pm
    Submitted by Mohammed Al-azzawi
    Nov 24th 2021, 8:54 am

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Nov 24th 2021, 2:58 pm
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