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Report for Eutrema halophilum (C.A.Mey.) Al-Shehbaz & Warwick

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Family Brassicaceae
Genus Eutrema
Species halophilum
Author (C.A.Mey.) Al-Shehbaz & Warwick
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
Life form
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
600 mMChang, L. L., A. P. Guo, X. Jin, Q. Yang, D. Wang, Y. Sun, Q. X. Huang, L. M. Wang, C. Z. Peng and X. C. Wang (2015) The beta subunit of glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase is an important factor for maintaining photosynthesis and plant development under salt stress-Based on an integrative analysis of the structural, physiological and proteomic changes in chloroplasts in Thellungiella halophila
Germination YesChang, L. L., A. P. Guo, X. Jin, Q. Yang, D. Wang, Y. Sun, Q. X. Huang, L. M. Wang, C. Z. Peng and X. C. Wang (2015) The beta subunit of glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase is an important factor for maintaining photosynthesis and plant development under salt stress-Based on an integrative analysis of the structural, physiological and proteomic changes in chloroplasts in Thellungiella halophilaGuo, Y., W. Jia, J. Song, D. Wang, M. Chen and B. Wang (2012) Thellungilla halophila is more adaptive to salinity than Arabidopsis thaliana at stages of seed germination and seedling establishmentSui, N. and G. Han (2014) Salt-induced photoinhibition of PSII is alleviated in halophyte Thellungiella halophila by increases of unsaturated fatty acids in membrane lipids
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
  • Photosynthetic pigmentsChang, L. L., A. P. Guo, X. Jin, Q. Yang, D. Wang, Y. Sun, Q. X. Huang, L. M. Wang, C. Z. Peng and X. C. Wang (2015) The beta subunit of glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase is an important factor for maintaining photosynthesis and plant development under salt stress-Based on an integrative analysis of the structural, physiological and proteomic changes in chloroplasts in Thellungiella halophilaSui, N. and G. Han (2014) Salt-induced photoinhibition of PSII is alleviated in halophyte Thellungiella halophila by increases of unsaturated fatty acids in membrane lipids
  • RNAChang, L. L., A. P. Guo, X. Jin, Q. Yang, D. Wang, Y. Sun, Q. X. Huang, L. M. Wang, C. Z. Peng and X. C. Wang (2015) The beta subunit of glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase is an important factor for maintaining photosynthesis and plant development under salt stress-Based on an integrative analysis of the structural, physiological and proteomic changes in chloroplasts in Thellungiella halophila
  • cDNAChang, L. L., A. P. Guo, X. Jin, Q. Yang, D. Wang, Y. Sun, Q. X. Huang, L. M. Wang, C. Z. Peng and X. C. Wang (2015) The beta subunit of glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase is an important factor for maintaining photosynthesis and plant development under salt stress-Based on an integrative analysis of the structural, physiological and proteomic changes in chloroplasts in Thellungiella halophila
  • Chloroplast DNAShang, HY (Shang, Huiying) Li, YS (Li, Yuanshuo) Guo, XY (Guo, Xinyi) Wang, XJ (Wang, Xiaojuan)  (2017) Characterization of the complete chloroplast genome of two sister species of salt cress (Brassicaceae)
  • GenesXu, X. J., Y. J. Zhou, D. T. Ren, H. H. Bu, J. C. Feng and G. Y. Wang (2014) Cloning and characterization of gene encoding a Mn-containing superoxide dismutase in Eutrema halophilum
  • ProteomicsPang, Q., S. Chen, S. Dai, Y. Chen, Y. Wang and X. Yan (2010) Comparative Proteomics of Salt Tolerance in Arabidopsis thaliana and Thellungiella halophila
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  • PHOTOSYNTHETIC PIGMENTSChang, L. L., A. P. Guo, X. Jin, Q. Yang, D. Wang, Y. Sun, Q. X. Huang, L. M. Wang, C. Z. Peng and X. C. Wang (2015) The beta subunit of glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase is an important factor for maintaining photosynthesis and plant development under salt stress-Based on an integrative analysis of the structural, physiological and proteomic changes in chloroplasts in Thellungiella halophilaSui, N. and G. Han (2014) Salt-induced photoinhibition of PSII is alleviated in halophyte Thellungiella halophila by increases of unsaturated fatty acids in membrane lipids
  • RNAChang, L. L., A. P. Guo, X. Jin, Q. Yang, D. Wang, Y. Sun, Q. X. Huang, L. M. Wang, C. Z. Peng and X. C. Wang (2015) The beta subunit of glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase is an important factor for maintaining photosynthesis and plant development under salt stress-Based on an integrative analysis of the structural, physiological and proteomic changes in chloroplasts in Thellungiella halophila
  • cDNAChang, L. L., A. P. Guo, X. Jin, Q. Yang, D. Wang, Y. Sun, Q. X. Huang, L. M. Wang, C. Z. Peng and X. C. Wang (2015) The beta subunit of glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase is an important factor for maintaining photosynthesis and plant development under salt stress-Based on an integrative analysis of the structural, physiological and proteomic changes in chloroplasts in Thellungiella halophila
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
    Bioremediation unknown
    antioxidants
    • Antioxidant enzymesM'Rah, S., Z. Ouerghi, C. Berthomieu, M. Havaux, C. Jungas, M. Hajji, C. Grignon and M. Lachaal (2006) Effects of NaCl on the growth, ion accumulation and photosynthetic parameters of Thellungiella halophilaRadyukina, N. L., A. V. Kartashov, Y. V. Ivanov, N. I. Shevyakova and V. V. Kuznetsov (2007) Functioning of defense systems in halophytes and glycophytes under progressing salinity
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    Secondary Metabolites
    • Fatty AcidsSui, N. and G. Han (2014) Salt-induced photoinhibition of PSII is alleviated in halophyte Thellungiella halophila by increases of unsaturated fatty acids in membrane lipids
    Compatible Solutes
    • ProlineGhars, M. A., E. Parre, A. Debez, M. Bordenave, L. Richard, L. Leport, A. Bouchereau, A. Savoure and C. Abdelly (2008) Comparative salt tolerance analysis between Arabidopsis thaliana and Thellungiella halophila, with special emphasis on K+/Na+ selectivity and proline accumulationKartashov, A. V., N. L. Radyukina, Y. V. Ivanov, P. P. Pashkovskii, N. I. Shevyakova and V. V. Kuznetsov (2008) Role of antioxidant systems in wild plant adaptation to salt stressLiu, A.-R. and K.-F. Zhao (2005) Osmotica accumulation and its role in osmotic adjustment in Thellungiella halophila under salt stressM'Rah, S., Z. Ouerghi, F. Eymery, P. Rey, M. Hajji, C. Grignon and M. Lachaal (2007) Efficiency of biochemical protection against toxic effects of accumulated salt differentiates Thellungiella halophila from Arabidopsis thaliana
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    Habitat
    Economic use
    Distribution

    No Distribution recorded for this taxon
    Distribution (text)
    • ChinaChang, L. L., A. P. Guo, X. Jin, Q. Yang, D. Wang, Y. Sun, Q. X. Huang, L. M. Wang, C. Z. Peng and X. C. Wang (2015) The beta subunit of glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase is an important factor for maintaining photosynthesis and plant development under salt stress-Based on an integrative analysis of the structural, physiological and proteomic changes in chloroplasts in Thellungiella halophila
    • Yellow River Delta, Shandong Province, P. R. China (N37°250; E118°580).Sui, N. and G. Han (2014) Salt-induced photoinhibition of PSII is alleviated in halophyte Thellungiella halophila by increases of unsaturated fatty acids in membrane lipids
    Miscellaneous notes Synonym Thellungiella halophila for which most of the references occur (late September 2021)
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    References

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