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Report for Grubovia sedoides (Pall.) G.L.Chu

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Family Amaranthaceae
Genus Grubovia
Species sedoides
Author (Pall.) G.L.Chu
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • xerohalophyte
Life form
Ecotypes Yes  Shuyskaya, E, Rakhmankulova, Z, Voronin, P, Kuznetsova, N, Biktimerova, G, Usmanov, I (2015) Salt and osmotic stress tolerances of the C-3-C-4 xero-halophyte Bassia sedoides from two populations differ in productivity and genetic polymorphismRakhmankulova, Z. F., E. V. Shuyskaya, Y. T. Suyundukov, I. Y. Usmanov and P. Y. Voronin (2016) Different responses of two ecotypes of C-3-C-4 xero-halophyte Bassia sedoides to osmotic and ionic factors of salt stress
Max. salinity
200 mMRakhmankulova, Z. F., E. V. Shuyskaya, Y. T. Suyundukov, I. Y. Usmanov and P. Y. Voronin (2016) Different responses of two ecotypes of C-3-C-4 xero-halophyte Bassia sedoides to osmotic and ionic factors of salt stress
Germination unknown
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown  Shuyskaya, E, Rakhmankulova, Z, Voronin, P, Kuznetsova, N, Biktimerova, G, Usmanov, I (2015) Salt and osmotic stress tolerances of the C-3-C-4 xero-halophyte Bassia sedoides from two populations differ in productivity and genetic polymorphism
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • ProlineRakhmankulova, Z. F., E. V. Shuyskaya, A. V. Shcherbakov, V. V. Fedyaev, G. Y. Biktimerova, R. R. Khafisova and I. Y. Usmanov (2015) Content of proline and flavonoids in the shoots of halophytes inhabiting the South UralsRakhmankulova, Z. F., E. V. Shuyskaya, Y. T. Suyundukov, I. Y. Usmanov and P. Y. Voronin (2016) Different responses of two ecotypes of C-3-C-4 xero-halophyte Bassia sedoides to osmotic and ionic factors of salt stress
Habitat
Economic use
Distribution
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Distribution (text)
  • Podolsk (N 52°00.891′; E 058°26.690′)Rakhmankulova, Z. F., E. V. Shuyskaya, Y. T. Suyundukov, I. Y. Usmanov and P. Y. Voronin (2016) Different responses of two ecotypes of C-3-C-4 xero-halophyte Bassia sedoides to osmotic and ionic factors of salt stress
  • Southern Ural mountains  Shuyskaya, E, Rakhmankulova, Z, Voronin, P, Kuznetsova, N, Biktimerova, G, Usmanov, I (2015) Salt and osmotic stress tolerances of the C-3-C-4 xero-halophyte Bassia sedoides from two populations differ in productivity and genetic polymorphismhuyskaya, E. V.Rakhmankulova, Z. F.Biktimirova, G. Ya.Sherbakov, A. V.Fedyaev, V. V.Suyundukov, Ya. T.Usmanov, I. Yu. (2014) ECO-PHYSIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF CHENOPODIACEAE SPECIES IN SALINE SOILS OF THE SOUTHERN URALS
  • CrimeaKotov M (1933) Geobotanical survey of the Tubek peninsula in the Sivash, CrimeaSHIFFERS-RAFALOVICH, E. V. (1928) The Taman peninsula and the north-eastern part of the Kertch peninsula, Crimea
Previously was:
  • Podolsk (N 52°00.891′; E 058°26.690′)Rakhmankulova, Z. F., E. V. Shuyskaya, Y. T. Suyundukov, I. Y. Usmanov and P. Y. Voronin (2016) Different responses of two ecotypes of C-3-C-4 xero-halophyte Bassia sedoides to osmotic and ionic factors of salt stress
  • Southern Ural mountains
  • Miscellaneous notes Synonym,Bassia sedoides - all references for this name in late August 2021 C3-C4 xerohalophyte  Shuyskaya, E, Rakhmankulova, Z, Voronin, P, Kuznetsova, N, Biktimerova, G, Usmanov, I (2015) Salt and osmotic stress tolerances of the C-3-C-4 xero-halophyte Bassia sedoides from two populations differ in productivity and genetic polymorphism
    Previously was: Synonym,Bassia sedoides - all references for this name in late August 2021
    References

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