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Report for Triglochin maritima L.

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Family Juncaginaceae
Genus Triglochin
Species maritima
Author L.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes Yes
Max. salinity
26 dS/mBuffington, KJ; Goodman, AC; Freeman, CM; Thorne, KM (2020) Testing the interactive effects of flooding and salinity on tidal marsh plant productivity
Germination YesKhan, M. A. and I. A. Ungar (1999) Effect of salinity on seed germination of Triglochin maritima under various temperature regimes
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3?
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • ProlineGorham, J., L. Hughes and R. G. Wyn Jones (1980) Chemical composition of salt-marsh plants from Ynys Mon (Anglesey): the concept of physiotypes.
  • InositolGorham, J., L. Hughes and R. G. Wyn Jones (1980) Chemical composition of salt-marsh plants from Ynys Mon (Anglesey): the concept of physiotypes.
Habitat
  • D6.1 Inland saltmarshesCott, G. M., D. V. Chapman and M. A. K. Jansen (2014) Differences in nitrogen-assimilating enzyme activity in halophyte species are habitat-relatedPiernik, A., P. Hulisz and A. Rokicka (2015) Micropattern of halophytic vegetation on technogenic soils affected by the soda industry
  • A2.52 Upper saltmarshesSchlutz, F; Enters, D; Bittmann, F (2021) From dust till drowned: the Holocene landscape development at Norderney, East Frisian Islands
  • A2.54 Low-mid saltmarshesBuffington, KJ; Goodman, AC; Freeman, CM; Thorne, KM (2020) Testing the interactive effects of flooding and salinity on tidal marsh plant productivity
Economic use
  • 0400.0 Miscellaneous food and drinksSchlutz, F; Enters, D; Bittmann, F (2021) From dust till drowned: the Holocene landscape development at Norderney, East Frisian Islands
Distribution
Distribution (text)
  • Pacific Northwest (PNW0, Pacific (coast of) North America Buffington, KJ; Goodman, AC; Freeman, CM; Thorne, KM (2020) Testing the interactive effects of flooding and salinity on tidal marsh plant productivity
  • Inowrocław-Mątwy, north-central Poland (52°45ʹ35ʹ’N, 18°13ʹ43ʹ’E)Piernik, A., P. Hulisz and A. Rokicka (2015) Micropattern of halophytic vegetation on technogenic soils affected by the soda industry
  • South-western coast, IrelandCott, G. M., D. V. Chapman and M. A. K. Jansen (2014) Differences in nitrogen-assimilating enzyme activity in halophyte species are habitat-related
  • East Frisian island of Norderney, GermanySchlutz, F; Enters, D; Bittmann, F (2021) From dust till drowned: the Holocene landscape development at Norderney, East Frisian Islands
  • Tijuana Estuary, CaliforniaCallaway, J. C., G. Sullivan and J. B. Zedler (2003) Species-rich plantings increase biomass and nitrogen accumulation in a wetland restoration experiment
  • Aisen Region, ChileSan Martin, Cristina (csanmart@uach.cl) ; Perez, Yessica; Montenegro, Drina; Alvarez, Miguel (2011) DIVERSITY, HABIT AND HABITAT OF AQUATIC VASCULAR MACROPHYTES OF THE WESTERN PATAGONIA (AISEN REGION, CHILE)
  • Volcano Marsh, Bahia de San Quintin, Mexico.Morzaria-Luna, H., J. C. Callaway, G. Sullivan and J. B. Zedler (2004) Relationship between topographic heterogeneity and vegetation patterns in a Californian salt marsh
Previously was:
  • Pacific Northwest (PNW0, Pacific (coast of) North America Buffington, KJ; Goodman, AC; Freeman, CM; Thorne, KM (2020) Testing the interactive effects of flooding and salinity on tidal marsh plant productivity
  • Inowrocław-Mątwy, north-central Poland (52°45ʹ35ʹ’N, 18°13ʹ43ʹ’E)Piernik, A., P. Hulisz and A. Rokicka (2015) Micropattern of halophytic vegetation on technogenic soils affected by the soda industry
  • South-western coast, IrelandCott, G. M., D. V. Chapman and M. A. K. Jansen (2014) Differences in nitrogen-assimilating enzyme activity in halophyte species are habitat-related
  • East Frisian island of Norderney, GermanySchlutz, F; Enters, D; Bittmann, F (2021) From dust till drowned: the Holocene landscape development at Norderney, East Frisian Islands
  • Miscellaneous notes Includes Triglochin concinna
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