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Report for Sporobolus virginicus (L.) Kunth

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Family Poaceae
Genus Sporobolus
Species virginicus
Author (L.) Kunth
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • psammophile
Life form
  • Perennial grass
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
1750 mMMarcum, K. B. and C. L. Murdoch (1992) Salt Tolerance of the Coastal Salt-Marsh Grass, Sporobolus virginicus (L) KunthMoinuddin, M., S. Gulzar, M. Z. Ahmed, B. Gul, H. W. Koyro and M. A. Khan (2014) Excreting and non-excreting grasses exhibit different salt resistance strategiesPasternak, D. and A. Nerd (1996) Research and utilization of halophytes in IsraelTada, Y., S. Komatsubara and T. Kurusu (2014) Growth and physiological adaptation of whole plants and cultured cells from a halophyte turf grass under salt stress
Germination YesMartinez, M. L., T. Valverde and P. Morenocasasola (1992) Germination Response to Temperature, Salinity, Light and Depth of Sowing of 10 Tropical Dune Species
Salt glands and bladders YesAMARASINGHE, V; WATSON, L (1989) VARIATION IN SALT SECRETORY ACTIVITY OF MICROHAIRS IN GRASSESMoinuddin, M., S. Gulzar, M. Z. Ahmed, B. Gul, H. W. Koyro and M. A. Khan (2014) Excreting and non-excreting grasses exhibit different salt resistance strategiesNaidoo, G; Naidoo, Y (1998) Salt tolerance in Sporobolus virginicus: the importance of ion relations and salt secretionTada, Y., S. Komatsubara and T. Kurusu (2014) Growth and physiological adaptation of whole plants and cultured cells from a halophyte turf grass under salt stress
Photosynthesis Pathway C4Moinuddin, M., S. Gulzar, A. Hameed, B. Gul, M. A. Khan and G. E. Edwards (2017) Differences in photosynthetic syndromes of four halophytic marsh grasses in PakistanNaidoo, G; Naidoo, Y (1998) Salt tolerance in Sporobolus virginicus: the importance of ion relations and salt secretion
Molecular data
  • DNAEndo, C., N. Yamamoto, M. Kobayashi, Y. Nakamura, K. Yokoyama, T. Kurusu, K. Yano and Y. Tada (2017) Development of simple sequence repeat markers in the halophytic turf grass Sporobolus virginicus and transferable genotyping across multiple grass genera/species/genotypes
  • TranscriptomicsTada, Y., R. Kawano, S. Komatsubara, H. Nishimura, M. Katsuhara, S. Ozaki, S. Terashima, K. Yano, C. Endo, M. Sato, M. Okamoto, Y. Sawada, M. Y. Hirai and T. Kurusu (2019) Functional screening of salt tolerance genes from a halophyte Sporobolus virginicus and transcriptomic and metabolomic analysis of salt tolerant plants expressing glycine-rich RNA-binding proteinYamamoto, N., O. Takano, K. Tanakay, T. Ishige, S. Terashima, C. Endo, T. Kurusu, S. Yajima, K. Yano and Y. Tada (2015) Comprehensive analysis of transcriptome response to salinity stress in the halophytic turf grass Sporobolus virginicus
  • LipidsPatel, M. K., S. Pandey, H. R. Brahmbhatt, A. Mishra and B. Jha (2019) Lipid content and fatty acid profile of selected halophytic plants reveal a promising source of renewable energy
Previously was:
  • DNAEndo, C., N. Yamamoto, M. Kobayashi, Y. Nakamura, K. Yokoyama, T. Kurusu, K. Yano and Y. Tada (2017) Development of simple sequence repeat markers in the halophytic turf grass Sporobolus virginicus and transferable genotyping across multiple grass genera/species/genotypes
  • TranscriptomicsYamamoto, N., O. Takano, K. Tanakay, T. Ishige, S. Terashima, C. Endo, T. Kurusu, S. Yajima, K. Yano and Y. Tada (2015) Comprehensive analysis of transcriptome response to salinity stress in the halophytic turf grass Sporobolus virginicus
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesMedina, E. (2016) Physiological Ecology of Psammophytic and Halophytic Plant Species from Coastal Plains in Northern South America
    Bioremediation YesRao, N. K., I. McCann, S. A. Shahid, K. U. R. Butta, B. Al Araj and S. Ismail (2017) Sustainable use of salt-degraded and abandoned farms for forage production using halophytic grassesSemple, WS; Cole, IA; Koen, TB; Costello, D; Stringer, D (2006) Native couch grasses for revegetating severely salinised sites on the inland slopes of NSW. Part 2
    antioxidants
    Secondary Metabolites
    • TrigonellineMarcum, K. B. and C. L. Murdoch (1992) Salt Tolerance of the Coastal Salt-Marsh Grass, Sporobolus virginicus (L) Kunth
    Compatible Solutes
    • GlycinebetaineMarcum, K. B. and C. L. Murdoch (1992) Salt Tolerance of the Coastal Salt-Marsh Grass, Sporobolus virginicus (L) KunthMoinuddin, M., S. Gulzar, M. Z. Ahmed, B. Gul, H. W. Koyro and M. A. Khan (2014) Excreting and non-excreting grasses exhibit different salt resistance strategies
    • ProlineMarcum, K. B. and C. L. Murdoch (1992) Salt Tolerance of the Coastal Salt-Marsh Grass, Sporobolus virginicus (L) KunthMoinuddin, M., S. Gulzar, M. Z. Ahmed, B. Gul, H. W. Koyro and M. A. Khan (2014) Excreting and non-excreting grasses exhibit different salt resistance strategies
    Habitat
    • A2.52 Upper saltmarshesDale, P; Dale, P (2016) Environmental change over 28 years in a subtropical salt marsh: optimal classification and pictures from the exposition
    • A2.54 Low-mid saltmarshesDale, P; Dale, P (2016) Environmental change over 28 years in a subtropical salt marsh: optimal classification and pictures from the exposition
    • B1 Coastal dunes and sandy shoresLonard, RI; Judd, FW; Stalter, R (2013) The Biological Flora of Coastal Dunes and Wetlands: Sporobolus virginicus (C. Linnaeus) K. Kunth
    Economic use
    • 3000.0 FORAGEMoinuddin, M; Gulzar, S; Aziz, I; Alatar, ARA; Hegazy, AK; Khan, MA (2012) EVALUATION OF FORAGE QUALITY AMONG COASTAL AND INLAND GRASSES FROM KARACHI
    Previously was:
  • 3300.0 Fodder
  • 4850.0 Salt-tolerant ornamental
  • Distribution
    Distribution (text)
    • India Begam, MM; Sutradhar, T; Chowdhury, R; Mukherjee, C; Basak, SK; Ray, K (2017) Native salt-tolerant grass species for habitat restoration, their acclimation and contribution to improving edaphic conditions: a study from a degraded mangrove in the Indian Sundarbans
    • Northern South AmericaMedina, E. (2016) Physiological Ecology of Psammophytic and Halophytic Plant Species from Coastal Plains in Northern South America
    • South AfricaVeldkornet, DA; Potts, AJ; Adams, JB (2016) The distribution of salt marsh macrophyte species in relation to physicochemical variables
    • Araya penĂ­nsula (Edo. Sucre, Venezuela)Medina, E. (2016) Physiological Ecology of Psammophytic and Halophytic Plant Species from Coastal Plains in Northern South America
    • IriomoteIsland, Okinawa, JapanTada, Y., S. Komatsubara and T. Kurusu (2014) Growth and physiological adaptation of whole plants and cultured cells from a halophyte turf grass under salt stress
    • Manora Creek near Sandspit, Karachi, PakistanMoinuddin, M., S. Gulzar, M. Z. Ahmed, B. Gul, H. W. Koyro and M. A. Khan (2014) Excreting and non-excreting grasses exhibit different salt resistance strategies
    Previously was:
  • India
  • Sri Lanka
  • Northern South AmericaMedina, E. (2016) Physiological Ecology of Psammophytic and Halophytic Plant Species from Coastal Plains in Northern South America
  • South AfricaVeldkornet, DA; Potts, AJ; Adams, JB (2016) The distribution of salt marsh macrophyte species in relation to physicochemical variables
  • Araya penĂ­nsula (Edo. Sucre, Venezuela)Medina, E. (2016) Physiological Ecology of Psammophytic and Halophytic Plant Species from Coastal Plains in Northern South America
  • IriomoteIsland, Okinawa, JapanTada, Y., S. Komatsubara and T. Kurusu (2014) Growth and physiological adaptation of whole plants and cultured cells from a halophyte turf grass under salt stress
  • Miscellaneous notes 198 references in early May 2021. Syn Sporobolus tremulus (4 references)
    Previously was: In Menzel & Lieth Syn Sporobolus tremulus
    References

    Last Records approved
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    Nov 24th 2021, 9:10 am

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    Approved by T J Flowers
    Nov 22nd 2021, 9:19 am
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