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Report for Cochlearia officinalis L.

updated: Mar 30th 2022, 5:11 pm see all updates
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Family Brassicaceae
Genus Cochlearia
Species officinalis
Author L.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • chasmophyte
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes Yes
Max. salinity
Germination YesPegtel, D. (1999) Effect of ploidy level on fruit morphology, seed germination and juvenile growth in scurvy grass (Cochlearia officinalis L. s.l., Brassicaceae)
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3?
Molecular data
  • TranscriptomicsBrandrud, MK; Paun, O; Lorenzo, MT; Nordal, I; Brysting, AK (2017) RADseq provides evidence for parallel ecotypic divergence in the autotetraphoidCochlearia officinalis in Northern Norway
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • B Coastal habitatsBrandrud, MK; Paun, O; Lorenzo, MT; Nordal, I; Brysting, AK (2017) RADseq provides evidence for parallel ecotypic divergence in the autotetraphoidCochlearia officinalis in Northern Norway
Economic use
  • 7100.0 General Including Traditional medicinesAlm, Torbjorn (1996) Use of scurvy grass (Cochlearia officinalis) in northern Norway
  • 0110.0 VegetablesFotev, Yu, V; Artemyeva, A. M.; Zvereva, O. A. (2021) Genetic resources of vegetable crops: from breeding non-traditional crops to functional foodde Vos, A. C., R. Broekman, C. C. D. Guerra, M. van Rijsselberghe and J. Rozema (2013) Developing and testing new halophyte crops: A case study of salt tolerance of two species of the Brassicaceae, Diplotaxis tenuifolia and Cochlearia officinalis
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Distribution
Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Distribution (text)
  • Europe
  • North America [introduced]
  • NetherlandsPegtel, D. (1999) Effect of ploidy level on fruit morphology, seed germination and juvenile growth in scurvy grass (Cochlearia officinalis L. s.l., Brassicaceae)
  • Northern Norway & European coastlineBrandrud, MK; Paun, O; Lorenzo, MT; Nordal, I; Brysting, AK (2017) RADseq provides evidence for parallel ecotypic divergence in the autotetraphoidCochlearia officinalis in Northern Norway
Miscellaneous notes
References

Last Records approved
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Aug 17th 2022, 6:24 am

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Aug 16th 2022, 11:06 am

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Aug 16th 2022, 10:53 am

Approved by T J Flowers
Aug 16th 2022, 10:53 am
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Aug 16th 2022, 10:47 am

Approved by T J Flowers
Aug 16th 2022, 10:47 am
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