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Report for Vigna marina (Burm.) Merr.

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Family Fabaceae
Genus Vigna
Species marina
Author (Burm.) Merr.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • psammophile
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes YesSingh, AK; Velmurugan, A; Sen Gupta, D; Singh, NP; Roy, SD; Biswas, U; Kumar, RR (2020) ISSR based diversity analysis in beachpea [Vigna marina (Burm.) Merr.] accessions of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India
Previously was: unknown
Max. salinity
400 mMYoshida, J; Tomooka, N; Khaing, TY; Shantha, PGS; Naito, H; Matsuda, Y; Ehara, H (2020) Unique responses of three highly salt-tolerant wild Vigna species against salt stress
Previously was: 350
Germination Yes Lawn, R. J.Cottrell, A. (2016) SEEDS OF VIGNA MARINA (BURM.) MERRILL SURVIVE UP TO 25 YEARS FLOTATION IN SALT WATERTsoata, Esaie (1995) The effect of salt (NaCl) on legume seed germinationYoshida, J; Tomooka, N; Khaing, TY; Shantha, PGS; Naito, H; Matsuda, Y; Ehara, H (2020) Unique responses of three highly salt-tolerant wild Vigna species against salt stress
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3?
Molecular data
  • DNASingh, AK; Velmurugan, A; Sen Gupta, D; Kumar, J; Kesari, R; Konda, A; Singh, NP; Roy, SD; Biswas, U; Kumar, RR; Singh, S (2019) Draft genome sequence of a less-known wild Vigna: Beach pea (V. marina cv. ANBp-14-03)Singh, AK; Velmurugan, A; Sen Gupta, D; Singh, NP; Roy, SD; Biswas, U; Kumar, RR (2020) ISSR based diversity analysis in beachpea [Vigna marina (Burm.) Merr.] accessions of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India
  • Photosynthetic pigmentsYoshida, J; Tomooka, N; Khaing, TY; Shantha, PGS; Naito, H; Matsuda, Y; Ehara, H (2020) Unique responses of three highly salt-tolerant wild Vigna species against salt stress
Previously was:
  • DNA content, GenesSingh, AK; Velmurugan, A; Sen Gupta, D; Singh, NP; Roy, SD; Biswas, U; Kumar, RR (2020) ISSR based diversity analysis in beachpea [Vigna marina (Burm.) Merr.] accessions of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India
  • Photosynthetic pigmentsYoshida, J; Tomooka, N; Khaing, TY; Shantha, PGS; Naito, H; Matsuda, Y; Ehara, H (2020) Unique responses of three highly salt-tolerant wild Vigna species against salt stress
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesElanchezhian, R; Rajalakshmi, S; Jayakumar, V (2009) Salt tolerance characteristics of rhizobium species associated with Vigna marinaYamato, M; Ikeda, S; Iwase, K (2008) Community of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in a coastal vegetation on Okinawa island and effect of the isolated fungi on growth of sorghum under salt-treated conditions
    Previously was: unknown
    Bioremediation YesYoshida, J; Tomooka, N; Khaing, TY; Shantha, PGS; Naito, H; Matsuda, Y; Ehara, H (2020) Unique responses of three highly salt-tolerant wild Vigna species against salt stress
    antioxidants
    • Antioxidant enzymesHuang YaoLiu NanJian Shu-guangWang JunRen Hai (2019) Ecological and Biological Characteristics of Vigna marina
    Previously was: empty
    Secondary Metabolites
    Compatible Solutes
    Habitat
    Economic use
    • 3000.0 FORAGEYoshida, J; Tomooka, N; Khaing, TY; Shantha, PGS; Naito, H; Matsuda, Y; Ehara, H (2020) Unique responses of three highly salt-tolerant wild Vigna species against salt stress
    Distribution
    Distribution (text)
    • Pantropical
    • South Andaman and Car Nicobar of Andaman Islands, IndiaSingh, AK; Velmurugan, A; Sen Gupta, D; Singh, NP; Roy, SD; Biswas, U; Kumar, RR (2020) ISSR based diversity analysis in beachpea [Vigna marina (Burm.) Merr.] accessions of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India
    • Tsukuba, Japan (36°03′N, 140°10′E)Yoshida, J; Tomooka, N; Khaing, TY; Shantha, PGS; Naito, H; Matsuda, Y; Ehara, H (2020) Unique responses of three highly salt-tolerant wild Vigna species against salt stress
    • Lakshadweep Islands of IndiaJohn, KJ; Nair, RA; Suma, A; Unnikrishnan, M; Arunachalam, V   (2018) Agro-biodiversity and ethnobotany of Lakshadweep Islands of India
    Previously was:
  • Pantropical
  • South Andaman and Car Nicobar of Andaman Islands, IndiaSingh, AK; Velmurugan, A; Sen Gupta, D; Singh, NP; Roy, SD; Biswas, U; Kumar, RR (2020) ISSR based diversity analysis in beachpea [Vigna marina (Burm.) Merr.] accessions of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India
  • enetic Resources Center,NARO in Tsukuba, Japan (36°03′N, 140°10′E)Yoshida, J; Tomooka, N; Khaing, TY; Shantha, PGS; Naito, H; Matsuda, Y; Ehara, H (2020) Unique responses of three highly salt-tolerant wild Vigna species against salt stress
  • Miscellaneous notes There is molecular data on subspecies.Chankaew, S., T. Isemura, K. Naito, E. Ogiso-Tanaka, N. Tomooka, P. Somta, A. Kaga, D. A. Vaughan and P. Srinives (2014) QTL mapping for salt tolerance and domestication-related traits in Vigna marina subsp oblonga, a halophytic speciesIcar-Ciari (2018) Whole Genome Sequencing of Vigna marina subsp. marina
    Previously was: empty
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