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Report for Salvadora persica L.

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Family Salvadoraceae
Genus Salvadora
Species persica
Author L.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • xerohalophyte
Life form
  • Shrub
  • Tree
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
750 mMChaudhary, DR; Rathore, AP; Jha, B (2016) Effects of seawater irrigation on soil microbial community structure and physiological functionMaggio, A; Reddy, MP; Joly, RJ (2000) Leaf gas exchange and solute accumulation in the halophyte Salvadora persica grown at moderate salinityPatel, M. and A. K. Parida (2021) Salinity alleviates the arsenic toxicity in the facultative halophyte Salvadora persica L. by the modulations of physiological, biochemical, and ROS scavenging attributesRao, G. Gururaja; Polra, V. N.; Babu, V. Ravindra; Girdhar, I. K. (1999) Growth and development of Salvadora persica on highly saline black soils: Salt tolerance during immature phase
Germination YesAli, M; Naqvi, B; Watson, IA (2018) Possibility of converting indigenous Salvadora persica L. seed oil into biodiesel in PakistanHadi, S. M. S., M. Z. Ahmed, A. Hameed, M. A. Khan and B. Gul (2018) Seed germination and seedling growth responses of toothbrush tree (Salvadora persica Linn.) to different interacting abiotic stressesKumari, A. and A. K. Parida (2018) Metabolomics and network analysis reveal the potential metabolites and biological pathways involved in salinity tolerance of the halophyte Salvadora persicaPatel, M. and A. K. Parida (2021) Salinity alleviates the arsenic toxicity in the facultative halophyte Salvadora persica L. by the modulations of physiological, biochemical, and ROS scavenging attributes
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3
Molecular data
  • Amino AcidsKumari, A. and A. K. Parida (2018) Metabolomics and network analysis reveal the potential metabolites and biological pathways involved in salinity tolerance of the halophyte Salvadora persicaPatel, M. and A. K. Parida (2021) Salinity alleviates the arsenic toxicity in the facultative halophyte Salvadora persica L. by the modulations of physiological, biochemical, and ROS scavenging attributes
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesChaudhary, DR; Rathore, AP; Jha, B (2016) Effects of seawater irrigation on soil microbial community structure and physiological function
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • Antioxidant EnzymesPatel, M. and A. K. Parida (2021) Salinity alleviates the arsenic toxicity in the facultative halophyte Salvadora persica L. by the modulations of physiological, biochemical, and ROS scavenging attributes
  • PolyphenolsPatel, M. and A. K. Parida (2021) Salinity alleviates the arsenic toxicity in the facultative halophyte Salvadora persica L. by the modulations of physiological, biochemical, and ROS scavenging attributes
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • ProlinePatel, M. and A. K. Parida (2021) Salinity alleviates the arsenic toxicity in the facultative halophyte Salvadora persica L. by the modulations of physiological, biochemical, and ROS scavenging attributes
  • Soluble sugarsKumari, A. and A. K. Parida (2018) Metabolomics and network analysis reveal the potential metabolites and biological pathways involved in salinity tolerance of the halophyte Salvadora persica
  • InositolKumari, A. and A. K. Parida (2018) Metabolomics and network analysis reveal the potential metabolites and biological pathways involved in salinity tolerance of the halophyte Salvadora persica
  • MannitolKumari, A. and A. K. Parida (2018) Metabolomics and network analysis reveal the potential metabolites and biological pathways involved in salinity tolerance of the halophyte Salvadora persica
Previously was:
  • ProlinePatel, M. and A. K. Parida (2021) Salinity alleviates the arsenic toxicity in the facultative halophyte Salvadora persica L. by the modulations of physiological, biochemical, and ROS scavenging attributes
  • sugarsKumari, A. and A. K. Parida (2018) Metabolomics and network analysis reveal the potential metabolites and biological pathways involved in salinity tolerance of the halophyte Salvadora persica
  • InositolKumari, A. and A. K. Parida (2018) Metabolomics and network analysis reveal the potential metabolites and biological pathways involved in salinity tolerance of the halophyte Salvadora persica
  • MannitolKumari, A. and A. K. Parida (2018) Metabolomics and network analysis reveal the potential metabolites and biological pathways involved in salinity tolerance of the halophyte Salvadora persica
  • Habitat
    Economic use
    • 0121.0 Uncooked fruit
    • 2220.0 Planks
    • 3000.0 FORAGE
    • 7600.0 Alimentary canal and digestive systemLebda, MA; El-Far, AH; Noreldin, AE; Elewa, YHA; Al Jaouni, SK; Mousa, SA (2018) Protective Effects of Miswak (Salvadora persica) against Experimentally Induced Gastric Ulcers in Rats
    • 0310.0 OilseedAli, M; Naqvi, B; Watson, IA (2018) Possibility of converting indigenous Salvadora persica L. seed oil into biodiesel in Pakistan
    • 7000.0 MEDICALAl Qarni, FM; ElFasakhany, FM; Kenawi, LM; Moustafa, AM (2019) Antimicrobial activity of Azadirachta indica (neem) and Salvadora persica (miswak) extracts as endodontic irrigantsAl-Dabbagh, SA; Qasim, HJ; Al-Derzi, NA (2016) Efficacy of Miswak toothpaste and mouthwash on cariogenic bacteriaAl-Sieni, AII (2014) THE ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF TRADITIONALLY USED SALVADORA PERSICA L. (MISWAK) AND COMMIPHORA GILEADENSIS (PALSAM) IN SAUDI ARABIA
    Distribution
    Distribution (text)
    • Sudanian region
    • CSMCRI, Bhavnagar, Gujarat, India.Kumari, A. and A. K. Parida (2018) Metabolomics and network analysis reveal the potential metabolites and biological pathways involved in salinity tolerance of the halophyte Salvadora persicaPatel, M. and A. K. Parida (2021) Salinity alleviates the arsenic toxicity in the facultative halophyte Salvadora persica L. by the modulations of physiological, biochemical, and ROS scavenging attributes
    • Hawke's Bay Coast, Karachi, Pakistan (Latitude: 24° 51′33.65′′N;Longitude: 66° 52′9.03′′E)Hadi, S. M. S., M. Z. Ahmed, A. Hameed, M. A. Khan and B. Gul (2018) Seed germination and seedling growth responses of toothbrush tree (Salvadora persica Linn.) to different interacting abiotic stresses
    • Alexandria, EgyptLebda, MA; El-Far, AH; Noreldin, AE; Elewa, YHA; Al Jaouni, SK; Mousa, SA (2018) Protective Effects of Miswak (Salvadora persica) against Experimentally Induced Gastric Ulcers in Rats
    Miscellaneous notes Miswak : common name used by muslims where they rubbed their teeth with the stems/rootsof this species before performing their prayers.
    References

    Last Records approved
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