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Report for Zannichellia palustris L.

updated: Mar 27th 2022, 11:14 am see all updates
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Family Potamogetonaceae
Genus Zannichellia
Species palustris
Author L.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Aquatic
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
8.8 dS/mKaire Torn, Anneliis Peterson, Kristjan Herkül and Ülo Suursaar (2019) Effects of climate change on the occurrence of charophytes and angiosperms in a brackish environmentTALLON, G. (1957) Ruppiaceae of Camargue, Rhone delta
Germination YesGreenwood, ME; DuBowy, PJ (2005) Germination characteristics of Zannichellia palustris from New South Wales, AustraliaLombardi, T; Bedini, S; Onnis, A (1996) The germination characteristics of a population of Zannichellia palustris subsp pedicellata
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • C2 Surface running waters Stegen, S; Queirolo, F; Cortes, S; Pastenes, J; Ostapczuk, P; Backhaus, F; Mohl, C (2000) Use of the fresh water plants Zannichellia palustris and Myriophyllum acuatium for biomonitoring of Cd, Pb, and Cu in Anden Rivers of Chile
  • J3 Extractive industrial sites; minesWoch, M. W. and H. Trzcinska-Tacik (2015) High occurrence of rare inland halophytes on post-mining sites in western Ukraine
  • C2.41 Brackish water tidal riversHOLT G (1977) THE SHORE VEGETATION OF FRIER ESTUARY TELEMARK SOUTHEAST NORWAY
Economic use
  • 4000.0 LAND USEBrush, GS; Hilgartner, WB (2000) Paleoecology of submerged macrophytes in the upper Chesapeake BayHilgartner, William B.; Brush, Grace S. (2006) Prehistoric habitat stability and post-settlement habitat change in a Chesapeake Bay freshwater tidal wetland, USA
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Distribution
Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Distribution (text)
  • Africa- southwest
  • Camargue, Rhone delta, FranceTALLON, G. (1957) Ruppiaceae of Camargue, Rhone delta
  • Anden Rivers, Chile Stegen, S; Queirolo, F; Cortes, S; Pastenes, J; Ostapczuk, P; Backhaus, F; Mohl, C (2000) Use of the fresh water plants Zannichellia palustris and Myriophyllum acuatium for biomonitoring of Cd, Pb, and Cu in Anden Rivers of Chile
  • UkraineWoch, M. W. and H. Trzcinska-Tacik (2015) High occurrence of rare inland halophytes on post-mining sites in western Ukraine
  • Telemark, NorwayHOLT G (1977) THE SHORE VEGETATION OF FRIER ESTUARY TELEMARK SOUTHEAST NORWAY
  • Shesapeake Bay,, USABrush, GS; Hilgartner, WB (2000) Paleoecology of submerged macrophytes in the upper Chesapeake Bay
  • UKWhitton, BA; Boulton, PNG; Clegg, EM; Gemmell, JJ; Graham, GG; Gustar, R; Moorhouse, TP (1998) Long-term changes in macrophytes of British rivers: 1. River wear
  • Western-Estonian archipelago in the Baltic SeaRandel Kreitsberga,b,*, Merilin Raudna-Kristoffersena, Margit Heinlaanc, Raymond Wardb,d,  Meeri Visnapuue, Vambola Kisande, Richard Meiterna, Jonne Kottaf, Arvo Tuvikeneb (2021) Seagrass beds reveal high abundance of microplastic in sediments: A case  study in the Baltic Sea
  • TurkeyNursel İkinci1 & Necati Bayındır1 (2021) Spatial trends of Potamogetonaceae along an altitudinal gradient
Miscellaneous notes Fresh water species, but with can survivelarge fluctuations in salinity. Widespread distribution Shallow coastal waters at 2.4–4.4 m depth Stegen, S; Queirolo, F; Cortes, S; Pastenes, J; Ostapczuk, P; Backhaus, F; Mohl, C (2000) Use of the fresh water plants Zannichellia palustris and Myriophyllum acuatium for biomonitoring of Cd, Pb, and Cu in Anden Rivers of ChileRandel Kreitsberga,b,*, Merilin Raudna-Kristoffersena, Margit Heinlaanc, Raymond Wardb,d,  Meeri Visnapuue, Vambola Kisande, Richard Meiterna, Jonne Kottaf, Arvo Tuvikeneb (2021) Seagrass beds reveal high abundance of microplastic in sediments: A case  study in the Baltic Sea
References

Last Records approved
Submitted by Mohammed Al-azzawi
Jul 2nd 2022, 9:13 am

Approved by T J Flowers
Jul 2nd 2022, 9:37 am
Submitted by Mohammed Al-azzawi
Jul 2nd 2022, 8:52 am

Approved by T J Flowers
Jul 2nd 2022, 9:37 am
Submitted by Mohammed Al-azzawi
Jul 2nd 2022, 8:39 am

Approved by T J Flowers
Jul 2nd 2022, 9:36 am
Submitted by T J Flowers
Jul 2nd 2022, 6:32 am

Approved by T J Flowers
Jul 2nd 2022, 6:32 am
Submitted by T J Flowers
Jul 2nd 2022, 6:19 am

Approved by T J Flowers
Jul 2nd 2022, 6:19 am
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