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Report for Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench

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Family Malvaceae
Genus Abelmoschus
Species esculentus
Author (L.) Moench
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
Life form
  • AnnualAzeem, A; Wu, YY; Javed, Q; Xing, DK; Ullah, I; Kumi, F (2017) RESPONSE OF OKRA BASED ON ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL MODELING UNDER SALT STRESS AND RE-WATERINGZhan, Yihua; Wu, Tingting; Zhao, Xuan; Wang, Zhanqi; Chen, Yue (2021) Comparative physiological and full-length transcriptome analyses reveal the molecular mechanism of melatonin-mediated salt tolerance in okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.).
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
300 mMAzeem, A; Wu, YY; Javed, Q; Xing, DK; Ullah, I; Kumi, F (2017) RESPONSE OF OKRA BASED ON ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL MODELING UNDER SALT STRESS AND RE-WATERINGGuealia, HR; Belkhodja, M; Yssaad, HAR; Babou, FZ (2017) WATER AND PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF OKRA (Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench) UNDER SALINE STRESS GROWN ON A BENTONIZED SUBSTRATEZhan, Yihua; Wu, Tingting; Zhao, Xuan; Wang, Zhanqi; Chen, Yue (2021) Comparative physiological and full-length transcriptome analyses reveal the molecular mechanism of melatonin-mediated salt tolerance in okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.).
Germination Yes:Sales, Jonnathan R. da S. [ 1 ] ; Magalhâes, Clarissa L. [ 2 ] ; Freitas, Ana G. S. [ 3 ] ; Goes, Geovana F. [ 3 ] ; Sousa, Henderson C. de [ 3 ] ; Sousa, Geocleber G. de [ 3 ]  (2021) Physiological indices of okra under organomineral fertilization and irrigated with salt waterAzeem, A; Wu, YY; Javed, Q; Xing, DK; Ullah, I; Kumi, F (2017) RESPONSE OF OKRA BASED ON ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL MODELING UNDER SALT STRESS AND RE-WATERINGZhan, Yihua; Wu, Tingting; Zhao, Xuan; Wang, Zhanqi; Chen, Yue (2021) Comparative physiological and full-length transcriptome analyses reveal the molecular mechanism of melatonin-mediated salt tolerance in okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.).
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
  • cDNAZhan, Yihua; Wu, Tingting; Zhao, Xuan; Wang, Zhanqi; Chen, Yue (2021) Comparative physiological and full-length transcriptome analyses reveal the molecular mechanism of melatonin-mediated salt tolerance in okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.).
  • RNAZhan, Yihua; Wu, Tingting; Zhao, Xuan; Wang, Zhanqi; Chen, Yue (2021) Comparative physiological and full-length transcriptome analyses reveal the molecular mechanism of melatonin-mediated salt tolerance in okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.).
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • Antioxidant EnzymesZhan, Yihua; Wu, Tingting; Zhao, Xuan; Wang, Zhanqi; Chen, Yue (2021) Comparative physiological and full-length transcriptome analyses reveal the molecular mechanism of melatonin-mediated salt tolerance in okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.).
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • ProlineGuealia, HR; Belkhodja, M; Yssaad, HAR; Babou, FZ (2017) WATER AND PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF OKRA (Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench) UNDER SALINE STRESS GROWN ON A BENTONIZED SUBSTRATE
  • Soluble carbohydratesGuealia, HR; Belkhodja, M; Yssaad, HAR; Babou, FZ (2017) WATER AND PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF OKRA (Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench) UNDER SALINE STRESS GROWN ON A BENTONIZED SUBSTRATE
Previously was:
  • ProlineGuealia, HR; Belkhodja, M; Yssaad, HAR; Babou, FZ (2017) WATER AND PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF OKRA (Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench) UNDER SALINE STRESS GROWN ON A BENTONIZED SUBSTRATE
  • Soluble sugarGuealia, HR; Belkhodja, M; Yssaad, HAR; Babou, FZ (2017) WATER AND PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF OKRA (Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench) UNDER SALINE STRESS GROWN ON A BENTONIZED SUBSTRATE
  • Habitat
    Economic use
    Distribution

    No Distribution recorded for this taxon
    Distribution (text)
    • Northeast AlgeriaGuealia, HR; Belkhodja, M; Yssaad, HAR; Babou, FZ (2017) WATER AND PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF OKRA (Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench) UNDER SALINE STRESS GROWN ON A BENTONIZED SUBSTRATE
    • ChinaAzeem, A; Wu, YY; Javed, Q; Xing, DK; Ullah, I; Kumi, F (2017) RESPONSE OF OKRA BASED ON ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL MODELING UNDER SALT STRESS AND RE-WATERINGZhan, Yihua; Wu, Tingting; Zhao, Xuan; Wang, Zhanqi; Chen, Yue (2021) Comparative physiological and full-length transcriptome analyses reveal the molecular mechanism of melatonin-mediated salt tolerance in okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.).
    • Brazil:Sales, Jonnathan R. da S. [ 1 ] ; Magalhâes, Clarissa L. [ 2 ] ; Freitas, Ana G. S. [ 3 ] ; Goes, Geovana F. [ 3 ] ; Sousa, Henderson C. de [ 3 ] ; Sousa, Geocleber G. de [ 3 ]  (2021) Physiological indices of okra under organomineral fertilization and irrigated with salt water
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