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Report for Sulla carnosa (Desf.) B.H.Choi & H.Ohashi

updated: May 21st 2021, 6:38 am see all updates
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Family Fabaceae
Genus Sulla
Species carnosa
Author (Desf.) B.H.Choi & H.Ohashi
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • xerophyte
Life form
  • Annual
Ecotypes YesGandour, M., M. Neji, K. Hessini, M. Smida, C. Abdelly and W. Taamalli (2014) Assessing the Salt Tolerance of Sulla carnosa Genotypes by Agronomic Indicators
Previously was: unknown
Max. salinity
300 mMGandour, M., M. Neji, K. Hessini, M. Smida, C. Abdelly and W. Taamalli (2014) Assessing the Salt Tolerance of Sulla carnosa Genotypes by Agronomic IndicatorsHafsi, C; Bettaib, J; Falleh, H; Zorrig, W; Ksouri, R; Abdelly, C; Debez, A (2021) Phenolic accumulation and related antioxidant capacity in stems and roots of the Tunisian extremophile Sulla carnosa as influenced by potassium application under salinity stressHafsi, C; Falleh, H; Saada, M; Ksouri, R; Abdelly, C (2017) Potassium deficiency alters growth, photosynthetic performance, secondary metabolites content, and related antioxidant capacity in Sulla carnosa grown under moderate salinityKaddour, R; Sellami, N; Chennaoui, H; Nasri, N; Baatour, O; Mahmoudi, H; Tarchoun, I; Lachaal, M; Gruber, M; Trifi, N (2011) Correlation between salt tolerance and genetic diversity between Sulla carnosa and Sulla coronaria
Previously was: 20
Germination unknown
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
  • DNA markersKaddour, R; Sellami, N; Chennaoui, H; Nasri, N; Baatour, O; Mahmoudi, H; Tarchoun, I; Lachaal, M; Gruber, M; Trifi, N (2011) Correlation between salt tolerance and genetic diversity between Sulla carnosa and Sulla coronaria
  • Photosynthetic pigmentsKaddour, R; Sellami, N; Chennaoui, H; Nasri, N; Baatour, O; Mahmoudi, H; Tarchoun, I; Lachaal, M; Gruber, M; Trifi, N (2011) Correlation between salt tolerance and genetic diversity between Sulla carnosa and Sulla coronaria
  • LipidsBejaoui, F; Salas, JJ; Nouairi, I; Smaoui, A; Abdelly, C; Martinez-Force, E; Ben Youssef, N (2016) Changes in chloroplast lipid contents and chloroplast ultrastructure in Sulla carnosa and Sulla coronaria leaves under salt stress
Previously was: empty
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesHidri, R; Barea, JM; Metoui-Ben Mahmoud, O; Abdelly, C; Azcon, R (2016) Impact of microbial inoculation on biomass accumulation by Sulla carnosa provenances, and in regulating nutrition, physiological and antioxidant activities of this species under non-saline and saline conditionsHidri, R; Metoui-Ben Mahmoud, O; Debez, A; Abdelly, C; Barea, JM; Azcon, R (2019) Modulation of C:N:P stoichiometry is involved in the effectiveness of a PGPR and AM fungus in increasing salt stress tolerance of Sulla carnosa Tunisian provenancesHmaeid, N; Wali, M; Metoui-Ben Mahmoud, O; Pueyo, JJ; Ghnaya, T; Abdelly, C (2019) Efficient rhizobacteria promote growth and alleviate NaCl-induced stress in the plant species Sulla carnosa
Previously was: unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • AntioxidantsHafsi, C; Bettaib, J; Falleh, H; Zorrig, W; Ksouri, R; Abdelly, C; Debez, A (2021) Phenolic accumulation and related antioxidant capacity in stems and roots of the Tunisian extremophile Sulla carnosa as influenced by potassium application under salinity stress
  • PhenolsHafsi, C; Falleh, H; Saada, M; Ksouri, R; Abdelly, C (2017) Potassium deficiency alters growth, photosynthetic performance, secondary metabolites content, and related antioxidant capacity in Sulla carnosa grown under moderate salinity
Previously was: empty
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
Economic use
  • 3300.0 FodderGandour, M., M. Neji, K. Hessini, M. Smida, C. Abdelly and W. Taamalli (2014) Assessing the Salt Tolerance of Sulla carnosa Genotypes by Agronomic IndicatorsRouached, A; Slama, I; Zorrig, W; Jdey, A; Cukier, C; Rabhi, M; Talbi, O; Limami, AM; Abdelly, C (2013) Differential performance of two forage species, Medicago truncatula and Sulla carnosa, under water-deficit stress and recovery
Distribution
Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Distribution (text)
  • Africa - north (casual)
  • TunisiaKaddour, R; Sellami, N; Chennaoui, H; Nasri, N; Baatour, O; Mahmoudi, H; Tarchoun, I; Lachaal, M; Gruber, M; Trifi, N (2011) Correlation between salt tolerance and genetic diversity between Sulla carnosa and Sulla coronaria
Previously was:
  • Africa - north (casual)
  • Miscellaneous notes Was Hedysarum carnosum
    References

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