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Report for Zostera noltii Hornem.

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Family Zosteraceae
Genus Zostera
Species noltii
Author Hornem.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • SeagrassRoques, C; Grousset, E; Troussellier, M; Hermet, S; Le Carrer, J; Sar, C; Caro, A (2020) A trade-off between mucocytes and bacteriocytes inLoripes orbiculatusgills (Bivalvia, Lucinidae): a mixotrophic adaptation to seasonality and reproductive status in a symbiotic species?Stepanyan, O. V. (2020) Macrophytobenthos in the Concept of Large Marine Ecosystems:The Southern Seas of Russia
Ecotypes YesSandoval-Gil, JM; Barrote, I; Silva, J; Olive, I; Costa, MM; Ruiz, JM; Marin-Guirao, L; Sanchez-Lizaso, JL; Santos, R (2015) Plant-water relations of intertidal and subtidal seagrasses
Max. salinity
SW Roques, C; Grousset, E; Troussellier, M; Hermet, S; Le Carrer, J; Sar, C; Caro, A (2020) A trade-off between mucocytes and bacteriocytes inLoripes orbiculatusgills (Bivalvia, Lucinidae): a mixotrophic adaptation to seasonality and reproductive status in a symbiotic species?Sandoval-Gil, JM; Barrote, I; Silva, J; Olive, I; Costa, MM; Ruiz, JM; Marin-Guirao, L; Sanchez-Lizaso, JL; Santos, R (2015) Plant-water relations of intertidal and subtidal seagrassesStepanyan, O. V. (2020) Macrophytobenthos in the Concept of Large Marine Ecosystems:The Southern Seas of Russia
Germination YesHOOTSMANS, MJM; VERMAAT, JE; VANVIERSSEN, W (1987) SEED-BANK DEVELOPMENT, GERMINATION AND EARLY SEEDLING SURVIVAL OF 2 SEAGRASS SPECIES FROM THE NETHERLANDS - ZOSTERA-MARINA L AND ZOSTERA-NOLTII HORNEMLOQUES, F; CAYE, G; MEINESZ, A (1990) GERMINATION IN THE MARINE PHANEROGAM ZOSTERA-NOLTII HORNEMANN AT GOLFE-JUAN, FRENCH MEDITERRANEAN
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C4?McMillan, C., P. L. Parker and B. Fry (1980) 13C/12C ratios in seagrasses
Molecular data
  • LipidsDEMBITSKII, VM; ROZENTSVET, OA (1989) LIPIDS OF ZOSTERA-NANA AND ZOSTERA-MARINA SEAWEEDS
  • Photosynthetic pigmentsJIMENEZ, C; NIELL, FX; ALGARRA, P (1987) PHOTOSYNTHETIC ADAPTATION OF ZOSTERA-NOLTII HORNEMYlli, A; Babani, F; Stamo, I (2009) Photosynthetic pigments of Zostera noltii and Ruppia cirrhosa in some Albanian lagoons
  • DNA contentKoce, JD; Vilhar, B; Bohanec, B; Dermastia, M (2003) Genome size of Adriatic seagrasses
  • DNA markersCoyer, JA; Reusch, TBH; Stam, WT; Serrao, EA; Pearson, G; Procaccini, G; Olsen, JL (2004) Characterization of microsatellite loci in the dwarf eelgrass Zostera noltii (Zosteraceae) and cross-reactivity with Z-japonicaReusch, TBH (2000) Five microsatellite loci in eelgrass Zostera marina and a test of cross-species amplification in Z-noltii and Z-japonica
  • CarbohydratesSandoval-Gil, JM; Barrote, I; Silva, J; Olive, I; Costa, MM; Ruiz, JM; Marin-Guirao, L; Sanchez-Lizaso, JL; Santos, R (2015) Plant-water relations of intertidal and subtidal seagrasses
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesCifuentes, A; Anton, J; Benlloch, S; Donnelly, A; Herbert, RA; Rodriguez-Valera, F (2000) Prokaryotic diversity in Zostera noltii-colonized marine sedimentsCifuentes, A; Anton, J; de Wit, R; Rodriguez-Valera, F (2003) Diversity of Bacteria and Archaea in sulphate-reducing enrichment cultures inoculated from serial dilution of Zostera noltii rhizosphere samplesGonsalves, MFM; Aleixo, A; Vicente, TFL; Esteves, AC; Alves, A (2019) Three new species of Neocamarosporium isolated from saline environments: N. aestuarinum sp. nov., N. endophyticum sp. nov. and N. halimiones sp. nov.Une nouvelle espece de Plasmodiophora parasite du Zostera nana Roth (1940) Une nouvelle espece de Plasmodiophora parasite du Zostera nana Roth
Bioremediation YesVan Oosten, M. J. and A. Maggio (2015) Functional biology of halophytes in the phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated soils
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
  • Phenolic acidsMILKOVA, T; PETKOVA, R; CHRISTOV, R; POPOV, S; DIMITROVAKONAKLIEVA, S (1995) COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF THE CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION OF ZOSTERA-MARINA L AND ZOSTERA-NANA ROTH FROM THE BLACK-SEA
Compatible Solutes
  • ProlineSandoval-Gil, JM; Barrote, I; Silva, J; Olive, I; Costa, MM; Ruiz, JM; Marin-Guirao, L; Sanchez-Lizaso, JL; Santos, R (2015) Plant-water relations of intertidal and subtidal seagrasses
Habitat
  • A2.61 Seagrass beds on littoral sedimentsPaquier, AE; Meule, S; Anthony, EJ; Larroude, P; Bernard, G (2019) Wind-Induced Hydrodynamic Interactions With Aquatic Vegetation in a Fetch-Limited Setting: Implications for Coastal Sedimentation and Protection
Economic use
  • 3000.0 FORAGEAlmeida, Cheila; Coelho, Rui; Silva, Marco; Bentes, Luis; Monteiro, Pedro; Ribeiro, Joaquim; Erzini, Karim; Goncalves, Jorge M. S. (2008) Use of different intertidal habitats by faunal communities in a temperate coastal lagoon
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Distribution
Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Distribution (text)
  • Caspian Sea, Russia SCHAPOVA, T. F. (1938) Vegetation of the bottom of Komsomoletz (Dead Kultuk) and Kaidak bays of Caspian SeaStepanyan, O. V. (2020) Macrophytobenthos in the Concept of Large Marine Ecosystems:The Southern Seas of Russia
  • Thau lagoon (43 degrees 26 ' 52.27 '' N, 3 degrees 39 ' 6.25 '' E) in the south of France Roques, C; Grousset, E; Troussellier, M; Hermet, S; Le Carrer, J; Sar, C; Caro, A (2020) A trade-off between mucocytes and bacteriocytes inLoripes orbiculatusgills (Bivalvia, Lucinidae): a mixotrophic adaptation to seasonality and reproductive status in a symbiotic species?
  • Saint-Jacut/France, Oosterschelde/The Netherlands, and Sylt/Germany)Suykerbuyk, W; Govers, LL; van Oven, WG; Giesen, K; Giesen, WBJT; de Jong, DJ; Bouma, TJ; van Katwijk, MM (2018) Living in the intertidal: desiccation and shading reduce seagrass growth, but high salinity or population of origin have no additional effect
  • Berre Lagoon, Southerestern FrancePaquier, AE; Meule, S; Anthony, EJ; Larroude, P; Bernard, G (2019) Wind-Induced Hydrodynamic Interactions With Aquatic Vegetation in a Fetch-Limited Setting: Implications for Coastal Sedimentation and Protection
  • Black SeaMILKOVA, T; PETKOVA, R; CHRISTOV, R; POPOV, S; DIMITROVAKONAKLIEVA, S (1995) COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF THE CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION OF ZOSTERA-MARINA L AND ZOSTERA-NANA ROTH FROM THE BLACK-SEA
  • North SeaNIENBURG, WILHELM (1927) Ecology of the flora of the flats of the North Sea
  • Ria Formosa, PortugalSandoval-Gil, JM; Barrote, I; Silva, J; Olive, I; Costa, MM; Ruiz, JM; Marin-Guirao, L; Sanchez-Lizaso, JL; Santos, R (2015) Plant-water relations of intertidal and subtidal seagrasses
Miscellaneous notes Synonym Zostera nana
References

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