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Report for Crambe maritima L.

updated: Mar 31st 2022, 11:27 am see all updates
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Family Brassicaceae
Genus Crambe
Species maritima
Author L.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • phreatophyte
Life form
  • GeophyteSanyal, A; Decocq, G (2015) Biological Flora of the British Isles: Crambe maritima
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
300 mMBen Hamed, K., F. Chibani, C. Abdelly and C. Magne (2014) Growth, sodium uptake and antioxidant responses of coastal plants differing in their ecological status under increasing salinitySanyal, A; Decocq, G (2015) Biological Flora of the British Isles: Crambe maritimade Vos, A. C., R. Broekman, M. P. Groot and J. Rozema (2010) Ecophysiological response of Crambe maritima to airborne and soil-borne salinity
Germination YesBen Hamed, K., F. Chibani, C. Abdelly and C. Magne (2014) Growth, sodium uptake and antioxidant responses of coastal plants differing in their ecological status under increasing salinityChristensen, J; Lauridsen, UB; Andreasen, C; Lutken, H (2015) Influence of Temperature, Low Nutrient Supply, and Soil Composition on Germination and the Growth of Sea Kale (Crambe maritima L.)Sanyal, A; Decocq, G (2015) Biological Flora of the British Isles: Crambe maritimaWalmsley, C. A. and A. J. Davy (1997) Germination characteristics of shingle beach species, effects of seed ageing and their implications for vegetation restoration
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3?
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesSanyal, A; Decocq, G (2015) Biological Flora of the British Isles: Crambe maritima
Bioremediation YesSanyal, A; Decocq, G (2015) Biological Flora of the British Isles: Crambe maritima
antioxidants
  • Antioxidant enzymesBen Hamed, K., F. Chibani, C. Abdelly and C. Magne (2014) Growth, sodium uptake and antioxidant responses of coastal plants differing in their ecological status under increasing salinity
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • Soluble carbohydratesSanyal, A; Decocq, G (2015) Biological Flora of the British Isles: Crambe maritima
Habitat
  • B2 Coastal shingleBen Hamed, K., F. Chibani, C. Abdelly and C. Magne (2014) Growth, sodium uptake and antioxidant responses of coastal plants differing in their ecological status under increasing salinityRandall R E (2004) Management of coastal vegetated shingle in the United KingdomSanyal, A; Decocq, G (2015) Biological Flora of the British Isles: Crambe maritimaWalmsley, C. A. and A. J. Davy (1997) Germination characteristics of shingle beach species, effects of seed ageing and their implications for vegetation restoration
Economic use
  • 0110.0 VegetablesAntofie, Maria-Mihaela (2015) Needs and gaps in the conservation of wild plant genetic resources for food and agriculture in RomaniaPERON, JY (1990) SEAKALE - A NEW VEGETABLE PRODUCED AS ETIOLATED SPROUTS
  • 4500.0 Soil stabilizationWalmsley, C. A. and A. J. Davy (1997) The restoration of coastal shingle vegetation: Effects of substrate composition on the establishment of container grown plants
Previously was: empty
Distribution
Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Distribution (text)
  • Mediterranean region
  • southern and western coasts of Britain but also in Scotland, Ireland and elsewhereSanyal, A; Decocq, G (2015) Biological Flora of the British Isles: Crambe maritima
  • Atlantic shoreline of BrittanyBen Hamed, K., F. Chibani, C. Abdelly and C. Magne (2014) Growth, sodium uptake and antioxidant responses of coastal plants differing in their ecological status under increasing salinity
  • Sizewell, Suffolk, UKWalmsley, C. A. and A. J. Davy (1997) Germination characteristics of shingle beach species, effects of seed ageing and their implications for vegetation restoration
  • UKSanyal, A; Decocq, G (2015) Biological Flora of the British Isles: Crambe maritima
Miscellaneous notes
References

Last Records approved
Submitted by T J Flowers
Sep 10th 2022, 6:13 pm

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Sep 10th 2022, 5:53 pm

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Sep 10th 2022, 5:54 pm
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Sep 9th 2022, 11:04 am

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Sep 9th 2022, 8:07 pm
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Sep 9th 2022, 10:47 am

Approved by T J Flowers
Sep 9th 2022, 8:06 pm
Submitted by T J Flowers
Sep 8th 2022, 6:36 am

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