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Report for Zoysia matrella (L.) Merr.

updated: Aug 26th 2021, 12:05 pm see all updates
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Family Poaceae
Genus Zoysia
Species matrella
Author (L.) Merr.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
Life form
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
30 dS/mChavarria, M; Wherley, B; Jessup, R; Chandra, A (2021) Physiological responses to salinity among warm-season turfgrasses of contrasting salinity toleranceChavarria, M; Wherley, B; Thomas, J; Chandra, A; Raymer, P (2019) Salinity Tolerance and Recovery Attributes of Warm-season Turfgrass CultivarsChen, JB; Yan, J; Qian, YL; Jiang, YQ; Zhang, TT; Guo, HL; Guo, AG; Liu, JX (2009) Growth responses and ion regulation of four warm season turfgrasses to long-term salinity stressUddin, MK; Juraimi, AS; Ismail, MR; Hossain, MA; Othman, R; Rahim, AA (2012) Physiological and Growth Responses of Six Turfgrass Species Relative to Salinity ToleranceUddin, MK; Juraimi, AS; Ismail, MR; Othman, R; Rahim, AA (2009) Growth response of eight tropical turfgrass species to salinityZhang, ZM; Hu, HG (2021) Comparative study on growth traits and ions regulation of zoysiagrasses under varied salinity treatmentsZulkaliph, N. A., A. S. Juraimi, M. K. Uddin, M. R. Ismail and S. M. Shamsuzzaman (2017) GROWTH RESPONSES OF SALT TOLERANT TURFGRASS TO SALINITY STRESS
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Germination YesGaetani, M; Lulli, F; Andreucci, A; Masini, A; Vittori, G; Volterrani, M (2013) SPROUTING AND PLANT REGENERATION CAPABILITY IN SALINE CONDITIONS OF SEASHORE PASPALUM, MANILAGRASS, AND HYBRID BERMUDAGRASS STOLONS
Salt glands and bladders YesMarcum, KB; Anderson, SJ; Engelke, MC (1998) Salt gland ion secretion: A salinity tolerance mechanism among five zoysiagrass speciesYamamoto, A., M. Hashiguchi, R. Akune, T. Masumoto, M. Muguerza, Y. Saeki and R. Akashi (2016) The relationship between salt gland density and sodium accumulation/secretion in a wide selection from three Zoysia speciesZhang, ZM; Hu, HG (2021) Comparative study on growth traits and ions regulation of zoysiagrasses under varied salinity treatmentsZulkaliph, NA; Juraimi, AS; Uddin, MK; Shamsuzzaman, SM; Ismail, MR (2017) PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL RESPONSE OF POTENTIAL SALT TOLERANT TURFGRASS SPECIES TO SALINITY STRESS
Photosynthesis Pathway C4MARCUM, KB; MURDOCH, CL (1994) SALINITY TOLERANCE MECHANISMS OF 6 C(4) TURFGRASSES
Molecular data
  • Chloroplast DNA Tanaka, H; Hirakawa, H; Muguerza, M; Hashiguchi, M; Tabata, S; Akashi, R; Sato, S (2016) The Complete Chloroplast Genome Sequence of Zoysia matrella (L.) Merr.
  • DNA MarkersWeng, JH; Fan, MJ; Lin, CY; Liu, YH; Huang, SY (2007) Genetic variation of Zoysia as revealed by random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) and isozyme pattern
  • EnzymesWeng, JH; Fan, MJ; Lin, CY; Liu, YH; Huang, SY (2007) Genetic variation of Zoysia as revealed by random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) and isozyme pattern
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • ProlineUddin, MK; Juraimi, AS; Ismail, MR; Hossain, MA; Othman, R; Rahim, AA (2012) Physiological and Growth Responses of Six Turfgrass Species Relative to Salinity Tolerance
  • GlycinebetaineOishi, H; Ebina, M (2005) Isolation of cDNA and enzymatic properties of betaine aldehyde dehydrogenase from Zoysia tenuifolia
Habitat
  • B Coastal habitatsSugiura, S; Takahashi, S (2021) Physiological integration for salinity stress alleviation in stoloniferous turfgrass, Zoysia matrella in heterogeneous saline environments
Economic use
  • 4000.0 LAND USEUddin, MK; Juraimi, AS; Ismail, MR; Hossain, MA; Othman, R; Rahim, AA (2012) Physiological and Growth Responses of Six Turfgrass Species Relative to Salinity Tolerance
Distribution

No Distribution recorded for this taxon
Distribution (text)
  • Texas A&M University, USAChavarria, M; Wherley, B; Jessup, R; Chandra, A (2021) Physiological responses to salinity among warm-season turfgrasses of contrasting salinity toleranceChavarria, M; Wherley, B; Thomas, J; Chandra, A; Raymer, P (2019) Salinity Tolerance and Recovery Attributes of Warm-season Turfgrass Cultivars
  • TaiwanWeng, Jen-HsienLiao, Tian-SyhChen, Yih-Chun (1995) Distribution and morphological variation of Zoysia spp. grown in Taiwan
  • Qingdao of Shandong Province and Yancheng of Jiangsu Province, ChinaZhang, ZM; Hu, HG (2021) Comparative study on growth traits and ions regulation of zoysiagrasses under varied salinity treatments
Previously was:
  • Texas A&M University, USAChavarria, M; Wherley, B; Thomas, J; Chandra, A; Raymer, P (2019) Salinity Tolerance and Recovery Attributes of Warm-season Turfgrass Cultivars
  • TaiwanWeng, Jen-HsienLiao, Tian-SyhChen, Yih-Chun (1995) Distribution and morphological variation of Zoysia spp. grown in Taiwan
  • Miscellaneous notes Synonym Zoysia tenuifolia Turf grassChavarria, M; Wherley, B; Thomas, J; Chandra, A; Raymer, P (2019) Salinity Tolerance and Recovery Attributes of Warm-season Turfgrass CultivarsSugiura, S; Takahashi, S (2021) Physiological integration for salinity stress alleviation in stoloniferous turfgrass, Zoysia matrella in heterogeneous saline environmentsUddin, MK; Juraimi, AS; Ismail, MR; Hossain, MA; Othman, R; Rahim, AA (2012) Physiological and Growth Responses of Six Turfgrass Species Relative to Salinity Tolerance
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