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Report for Typha domingensis Pers.

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Family Typhaceae
Genus Typha
Species domingensis
Author Pers.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
300 mMAkhter, Noreen; Aqeel, Muhammad; Hameed, Mansoor; Sakit Alhaithloul, Haifa Abdulaziz; Alghanem, Suliman Mohammed; Shahnaz, Muhammad Muslim; Hashem, Mohamed; Alamri, Saad; Khalid, Noreen; Al-Zoubi, Omar Mahmoud...More (2021) Foliar architecture and physio-biochemical plasticity determines survival of Typha domingensis pers. Ecotypes in nickel and salt affected soil.
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Germination unknown
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3?
Molecular data
  • PHOTOSYNTHETIC PIGMENTSAkhter, Noreen; Aqeel, Muhammad; Hameed, Mansoor; Sakit Alhaithloul, Haifa Abdulaziz; Alghanem, Suliman Mohammed; Shahnaz, Muhammad Muslim; Hashem, Mohamed; Alamri, Saad; Khalid, Noreen; Al-Zoubi, Omar Mahmoud...More (2021) Foliar architecture and physio-biochemical plasticity determines survival of Typha domingensis pers. Ecotypes in nickel and salt affected soil.
  • Amino AcidsAkhter, Noreen; Aqeel, Muhammad; Hameed, Mansoor; Sakit Alhaithloul, Haifa Abdulaziz; Alghanem, Suliman Mohammed; Shahnaz, Muhammad Muslim; Hashem, Mohamed; Alamri, Saad; Khalid, Noreen; Al-Zoubi, Omar Mahmoud...More (2021) Foliar architecture and physio-biochemical plasticity determines survival of Typha domingensis pers. Ecotypes in nickel and salt affected soil.
  • LipidAkhter, Noreen; Aqeel, Muhammad; Hameed, Mansoor; Sakit Alhaithloul, Haifa Abdulaziz; Alghanem, Suliman Mohammed; Shahnaz, Muhammad Muslim; Hashem, Mohamed; Alamri, Saad; Khalid, Noreen; Al-Zoubi, Omar Mahmoud...More (2021) Foliar architecture and physio-biochemical plasticity determines survival of Typha domingensis pers. Ecotypes in nickel and salt affected soil.
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Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation YesHadad, HR; Mufarrege, MM; Di Luca, GA; Maine, MA (2018) Salinity and pH effects on floating and emergent macrophytes in a constructed wetland
Previously was: unknown
antioxidants
  • Antioxidant EnzymesAkhter, Noreen; Aqeel, Muhammad; Hameed, Mansoor; Sakit Alhaithloul, Haifa Abdulaziz; Alghanem, Suliman Mohammed; Shahnaz, Muhammad Muslim; Hashem, Mohamed; Alamri, Saad; Khalid, Noreen; Al-Zoubi, Omar Mahmoud...More (2021) Foliar architecture and physio-biochemical plasticity determines survival of Typha domingensis pers. Ecotypes in nickel and salt affected soil.
  • PhenolsAkhter, Noreen; Aqeel, Muhammad; Hameed, Mansoor; Sakit Alhaithloul, Haifa Abdulaziz; Alghanem, Suliman Mohammed; Shahnaz, Muhammad Muslim; Hashem, Mohamed; Alamri, Saad; Khalid, Noreen; Al-Zoubi, Omar Mahmoud...More (2021) Foliar architecture and physio-biochemical plasticity determines survival of Typha domingensis pers. Ecotypes in nickel and salt affected soil.
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Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • Soluble sugarsAkhter, Noreen; Aqeel, Muhammad; Hameed, Mansoor; Sakit Alhaithloul, Haifa Abdulaziz; Alghanem, Suliman Mohammed; Shahnaz, Muhammad Muslim; Hashem, Mohamed; Alamri, Saad; Khalid, Noreen; Al-Zoubi, Omar Mahmoud...More (2021) Foliar architecture and physio-biochemical plasticity determines survival of Typha domingensis pers. Ecotypes in nickel and salt affected soil.
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Habitat
  • C1.5 Permanent inland saline and brackish lakes, ponds and poolsAbbas, A. M., A. M. Lambert, A. E. Rubio-Casal, A. De Cires, E. M. Figueroa and J. M. Castillo (2015) Competition from native hydrophytes reduces establishment and growth of invasive dense-flowered cordgrass (Spartina densiflora)
  • B Coastal habitatsRincon-Perez, M; Infante-Mata, D; Moreno-Casasola, P; Alarcon, MEH; Macias, EB; Garcia-Alfaro, JR (2020) Distribution patterns and Vegetation structure in the coastal wetland gradient in the Castano, Chiapas, Mexico
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  • C1.5 Permanent inland saline and brackish lakes, ponds and poolsAbbas, A. M., A. M. Lambert, A. E. Rubio-Casal, A. De Cires, E. M. Figueroa and J. M. Castillo (2015) Competition from native hydrophytes reduces establishment and growth of invasive dense-flowered cordgrass (Spartina densiflora)
  • Economic use
    • 2230.0 Flooring
    • 2330.0 Basketry
    • 5100.0 Cordage
    Distribution
    Distribution (text)
    • Middle East
    • Pacific - west [introduced]
    • Pantropical (casual)
    • Odiel Marshes (Southwest Iberian Peninsula), Toledo, SpainAbbas, A. M., A. M. Lambert, A. E. Rubio-Casal, A. De Cires, E. M. Figueroa and J. M. Castillo (2015) Competition from native hydrophytes reduces establishment and growth of invasive dense-flowered cordgrass (Spartina densiflora)
    • Punjab Province, PakistanAkhter, Noreen; Aqeel, Muhammad; Hameed, Mansoor; Sakit Alhaithloul, Haifa Abdulaziz; Alghanem, Suliman Mohammed; Shahnaz, Muhammad Muslim; Hashem, Mohamed; Alamri, Saad; Khalid, Noreen; Al-Zoubi, Omar Mahmoud...More (2021) Foliar architecture and physio-biochemical plasticity determines survival of Typha domingensis pers. Ecotypes in nickel and salt affected soil.
    • El Castaño Wetlands System, Chiapas, MexicoRincon-Perez, M; Infante-Mata, D; Moreno-Casasola, P; Alarcon, MEH; Macias, EB; Garcia-Alfaro, JR (2020) Distribution patterns and Vegetation structure in the coastal wetland gradient in the Castano, Chiapas, Mexico
    • Middle Paraná Riverfloodplain, Argentina Hadad, HR; Mufarrege, MM; Di Luca, GA; Maine, MA (2018) Salinity and pH effects on floating and emergent macrophytes in a constructed wetland
    Previously was:
  • Middle East
  • Pacific - west [introduced]
  • Pantropical (casual)
  • Odiel Marshes (Southwest Iberian Peninsula), Toledo, SpainAbbas, A. M., A. M. Lambert, A. E. Rubio-Casal, A. De Cires, E. M. Figueroa and J. M. Castillo (2015) Competition from native hydrophytes reduces establishment and growth of invasive dense-flowered cordgrass (Spartina densiflora)
  • Miscellaneous notes
    References

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