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Report for Camphorosma monspeliaca L.

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Family Amaranthaceae
Genus Camphorosma
Species monspeliaca
Author L.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • psammophile
Life form
  • Chaemaephyte
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
Germination unknown
Salt glands and bladders NoMarius-Nicuşor Grigore, Constantin Toma (2010) Salt-secreting structures of Halophytes. An integrative approach (in Romanian)
Photosynthesis Pathway C4Ghaffari, S. M., Z. Balaei, T. Chatrenoor and H. Akhani (2015) Cytology of SW Asian Chenopodiaceae: new data from Iran and a review of previous records and correlations with life forms and C-4 photosynthesisGrigore, M. N., C. Toma, M. M. Zamfirache, M. Boscaiu, Z. Olteanu and D. Cojocaru (2012) ECOLOGICAL ANATOMY IN HALOPHYTES WITH C-4 PHOTOSYNTHESIS: DISCUSSING ADAPTATIVE FEATURES IN ENDANGERED ECOSYSTEMSPyankov, VI; Ziegler, H; Akhani, H; Deigele, C; Luttge, U (2010) European plants with C-4 photosynthesis: geographical and taxonomic distribution and relations to climate parameters
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • PhenolsStankovic, M. S., M. Petrovic, D. Godjevac and Z. D. Stevanovic (2015) Screening inland halophytes from the central Balkan for their antioxidant activity in relation to total phenolic compounds and flavonoids: Are there any prospective medicinal plants?
  • FlavonoidsStankovic, M. S., M. Petrovic, D. Godjevac and Z. D. Stevanovic (2015) Screening inland halophytes from the central Balkan for their antioxidant activity in relation to total phenolic compounds and flavonoids: Are there any prospective medicinal plants?
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • GlycinebetaineTipirdamaz, R., D. Gagneul, C. Duhaze, A. Ainouche, C. Monnier, D. Ozkum and F. Larher (2006) Clustering of halophytes from an inland salt marsh in Turkey according to their ability to accumulate sodium and nitrogenous osmolytes
  • ProlineTipirdamaz, R., D. Gagneul, C. Duhaze, A. Ainouche, C. Monnier, D. Ozkum and F. Larher (2006) Clustering of halophytes from an inland salt marsh in Turkey according to their ability to accumulate sodium and nitrogenous osmolytes
Habitat
  • E1 Dry grasslandsLadero, M., C. J. Valle, A. Amor, M. T. Santos, F. Santos and A. Gutierrez (1997) Halosubnitrophilous pastures of the west of the regional community of Castilla y Leon (Spain)
  • E6.2 Continental inland salt steppesStankovic, M. S., M. Petrovic, D. Godjevac and Z. D. Stevanovic (2015) Screening inland halophytes from the central Balkan for their antioxidant activity in relation to total phenolic compounds and flavonoids: Are there any prospective medicinal plants?
Economic use
Distribution
Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Distribution (text)
  • Saline habitats of central Balkan, SerbiaStankovic, M. S., M. Petrovic, D. Godjevac and Z. D. Stevanovic (2015) Screening inland halophytes from the central Balkan for their antioxidant activity in relation to total phenolic compounds and flavonoids: Are there any prospective medicinal plants?
  • Seyfe Lake Basin, an area located in central Anatolia (Turkey). Tipirdamaz, R., D. Gagneul, C. Duhaze, A. Ainouche, C. Monnier, D. Ozkum and F. Larher (2006) Clustering of halophytes from an inland salt marsh in Turkey according to their ability to accumulate sodium and nitrogenous osmolytes
Miscellaneous notes 1 reference to a Camphorosma monspeliaca L. subsp. lessingii (L.) (Zhang et al 2011) but name does not appear in POWO or IPNIZhang, FangXiong, Hei-gangNurbay, AbdusalihLuan, Fu-ming (2011) Response characteristics of the field-measured spectrum for the four general types of halophyte and species recognition in the northern slope area of Tianshan Mountain in Xinjiang
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References

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