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Report for Atriplex confertifolia (Torr. & Frém.) S.Watson

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Family Amaranthaceae
Genus Atriplex
Species confertifolia
Author (Torr. & Frém.) S.Watson
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • xerophyte
Life form
  • Shrub
Ecotypes YesSanderson, S. C. (2011) THE PLOIDY RACES OF ATRIPLEX CONFERTIFOLIA (CHENOPODIACEAE)
Max. salinity
56 dS/m
Germination YesMeyer, S. E., S. L. Carlson and S. C. Garvin (1998) Seed germination regulation and field seed bank carryover in shadscale (Atriplex confertifolia : Chenopodiaceae)Mikhiel, G. S., S. E. Meyer and R. L. Pendleton (1992) VARIATION IN GERMINATION RESPONSE TO TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY IN SHRUBBY ATRIPLEX SPECIES
Salt glands and bladders YesSchirmer, U. and S. W. Breckle (1982) Contributions to the ecology of halophytes
Photosynthesis Pathway C4Donovan, LA; Linton, MJ; Richards, JH (2001) Predawn plant water potential does not necessarily equilibrate with soil water potential under well-watered conditionsSandquist, D. R. and J. R. Ehleringer (1995) Carbon isotope discrimination in the C-4 shrub Atriplex confertifolia along a salinity gradient
Molecular data
  • DNASanderson, S. C. (2011) THE PLOIDY RACES OF ATRIPLEX CONFERTIFOLIA (CHENOPODIACEAE)
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • F Heathland, scrub and tundraGoodman, P. J. (1973) PHYSIOLOGICAL AND ECOTYPIC ADAPTATIONS OF PLANTS TO SALT DESERT CONDITIONS IN UTAH
Economic use
  • 3100.0 GrazingFETCHER, N (1981) EFFECTS OF GRAZING ON COLD DESERT SHRUBS - A SIMULATION-MODEL BASED ON RELATIVE GROWTH-RATE
Previously was: empty
Distribution
Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Distribution (text)
  • Curlew Valley, North Western Utah, USAGoodman, P. J. (1973) PHYSIOLOGICAL AND ECOTYPIC ADAPTATIONS OF PLANTS TO SALT DESERT CONDITIONS IN UTAH
  • Mono Lake, California, USADonovan, LA; Linton, MJ; Richards, JH (2001) Predawn plant water potential does not necessarily equilibrate with soil water potential under well-watered conditions
Miscellaneous notes A plant of cold salt desertGoodman, P. J. (1973) PHYSIOLOGICAL AND ECOTYPIC ADAPTATIONS OF PLANTS TO SALT DESERT CONDITIONS IN UTAH
References

Last Records approved
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Sep 10th 2022, 6:13 pm

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Sep 8th 2022, 6:36 am

Approved by T J Flowers
Sep 8th 2022, 6:36 am
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