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Report for Thinopyrum obtusiflorum (DC.) Banfi

updated: Jun 1st 2021, 6:00 am see all updates
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Family Poaceae
Genus Thinopyrum
Species obtusiflorum
Author (DC.) Banfi
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
Life form
  • Perennial grass
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Ecotypes YesBorrajo, CI; Sanchez-Moreiras, AM; Reigosa, MJ (2021) Morpho-physiological, biochemical and isotopic response of tall wheatgrass populations to salt stressZhang, B; Jacobs, BC; O'Donnell, M; Guo, J (2005) Comparative studies on salt tolerance of seedlings for one cultivar of puccinellia (Puccinellia ciliata) and two cultivars of tall wheatgrass (Thinopyrum ponticum)
Max. salinity
600 mMBorrajo, CI; Sanchez-Moreiras, AM; Reigosa, MJ (2021) Morpho-physiological, biochemical and isotopic response of tall wheatgrass populations to salt stressRogers, ME (2007) The response of four perennial grass species to sodium chloride salinity when irrigated with saline watersSagers, J. K., B. L. Waldron, J. E. Creech, I. W. Mott and B. Bugbee (2017) Salinity tolerance of three competing rangeland plant species: Studies in hydroponic culture
Germination YesBazzigalupi, O; Pistorale, SM; Andres, AN (2008) Salinity tolerance during seed germination from naturalized populations of tall wheatgrass (Thinopyrum ponticum).Zhang, B; Jacobs, BC; O'Donnell, M; Guo, J (2005) Comparative studies on salt tolerance of seedlings for one cultivar of puccinellia (Puccinellia ciliata) and two cultivars of tall wheatgrass (Thinopyrum ponticum)
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3Bhuiyan, M., A. Raman, D. Hodgkins, D. Mitchell and H. Nicol (2015) Physiological response and ion accumulation in two grasses, one legume, and one saltbush under soil water and salinity stressBorrajo, CI; Sanchez-Moreiras, AM; Reigosa, MJ (2021) Morpho-physiological, biochemical and isotopic response of tall wheatgrass populations to salt stress
Molecular data
  • ProteomicsWang, MC; Peng, ZY; Li, CL; Li, F; Liu, C; Xia, GM (2008) Proteomic analysis on a high salt tolerance introgression strain of Triticum aestivum/Thinopyrum ponticum
  • GenesQin, YX; Qin, FY (2016) Dehydrins from wheat x Thinopyrum ponticum amphiploid increase salinity and drought tolerance under their own inducible promoters without growth retardation
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Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation YesBhuiyan, MSI; Raman, A; Hodgkins, D; Mitchell, D; Nicol, H (2016) An Ex Situ Salinity Restoration Assessment Using Legume, Saltbush, and Grass in Australian Soil
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antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • ProlineBhuiyan, M. S. I., G. Maynard, A. Raman, D. Hodgkins, D. Mitchell and H. Nicol (2016) Salt effects on proline and glycine betaine levels and photosynthetic performance in Melilotus siculus, Tecticornia pergranulata and Thinopyrum ponticum measured in simulated saline conditionsBorrajo, CI; Sanchez-Moreiras, AM; Reigosa, MJ (2021) Morpho-physiological, biochemical and isotopic response of tall wheatgrass populations to salt stress
  • GlycinebetaineBhuiyan, M. S. I., G. Maynard, A. Raman, D. Hodgkins, D. Mitchell and H. Nicol (2016) Salt effects on proline and glycine betaine levels and photosynthetic performance in Melilotus siculus, Tecticornia pergranulata and Thinopyrum ponticum measured in simulated saline conditions
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Habitat
  • E6 Inland salt steppesBhuiyan, M. S. I., A. Raman, D. S. Hodgkins, D. Mitchell and H. I. Nicol (2015) Salt Accumulation and Physiology of Naturally Occurring Grasses in Saline Soils in Australia
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Economic use
  • 3100.0 GrazingJuchem, SO; Benes, SE; Robinson, PH; Grattan, SR; Vasquez, P; Chilibroste, P; Brito, M (2012) Grazing as an alternative for utilization of saline-sodic soils in the San Joaquin Valley: Selenium accretion and performance of beef heifers
  • 3000.0 FORAGEJOHNSON, RC (1991) SALINITY RESISTANCE, WATER RELATIONS, AND SALT CONTENT OF CRESTED AND TALL WHEATGRASS ACCESSIONS
  • 4700.0 Salt toleranceBhuiyan, M. S. I., A. Raman, D. S. Hodgkins, D. Mitchell and H. I. Nicol (2015) Salt Accumulation and Physiology of Naturally Occurring Grasses in Saline Soils in AustraliaYuan, WY; Tomita, M (2015) Thinopyrum ponticum Chromatin-Integrated Wheat Genome Shows Salt-Tolerance at Germination Stage
Distribution

No Distribution recorded for this taxon
Distribution (text)
  • Central New South Wales, AustraliaBhuiyan, M. S. I., A. Raman, D. S. Hodgkins, D. Mitchell and H. I. Nicol (2015) Salt Accumulation and Physiology of Naturally Occurring Grasses in Saline Soils in Australia
  • SE EuropeBorrajo, CI; Sanchez-Moreiras, AM; Reigosa, MJ (2021) Morpho-physiological, biochemical and isotopic response of tall wheatgrass populations to salt stress
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Miscellaneous notes Synonyms Thinopyrum ponticum and Elymus elongatus subsp. ponticus fromwhich references come.
References

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