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Report for Cymodocea serrulata (R.Br.) Asch. & Magnus

updated: Apr 2nd 2022, 5:21 am see all updates
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Family Cymodoceaceae
Genus Cymodocea
Species serrulata
Author (R.Br.) Asch. & Magnus
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Seagrass
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
SW Povidisa, K; Holmer, M (2008) Iron plaque formation on seagrasses: Why not?
Germination unknown
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C4?McMillan, C., P. L. Parker and B. Fry (1980) 13C/12C ratios in seagrasses
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesPovidisa, K; Holmer, M (2008) Iron plaque formation on seagrasses: Why not?
Bioremediation YesPovidisa, K; Holmer, M (2008) Iron plaque formation on seagrasses: Why not?
antioxidants
  • FlavonoidsKannan RRR, ArumugamR ,Iyapparaj P, Thangaradjou T, Anantharaman P (2013) In vitro antibacterial, cytotoxicity and haemolytic activities and phytochemical analysis of seagrasses from the Gulf of Mannar, South India
  • PhenolsKannan RRR, ArumugamR ,Iyapparaj P, Thangaradjou T, Anantharaman P (2013) In vitro antibacterial, cytotoxicity and haemolytic activities and phytochemical analysis of seagrasses from the Gulf of Mannar, South India
Secondary Metabolites
  • Steroids, alkaloids, flavonoidsKannan RRR, ArumugamR ,Iyapparaj P, Thangaradjou T, Anantharaman P (2013) In vitro antibacterial, cytotoxicity and haemolytic activities and phytochemical analysis of seagrasses from the Gulf of Mannar, South India
Compatible Solutes
  • Soluble carbohydratesKannan RRR, ArumugamR ,Iyapparaj P, Thangaradjou T, Anantharaman P (2013) In vitro antibacterial, cytotoxicity and haemolytic activities and phytochemical analysis of seagrasses from the Gulf of Mannar, South India
Habitat
  • A2.61 Seagrass beds on littoral sedimentsKannan RRR, ArumugamR ,Iyapparaj P, Thangaradjou T, Anantharaman P (2013) In vitro antibacterial, cytotoxicity and haemolytic activities and phytochemical analysis of seagrasses from the Gulf of Mannar, South India
Economic use
  • 7160.0 AntibioticsGnanambal, K. Mary Elizabeth; Patterson, Jamila; Patterson, Edward J. K. (2015) Isolation of a Novel Antibacterial Phenyl Thioketone from the Seagrass, Cymodocea serrulataKannan RRR, ArumugamR ,Iyapparaj P, Thangaradjou T, Anantharaman P (2013) In vitro antibacterial, cytotoxicity and haemolytic activities and phytochemical analysis of seagrasses from the Gulf of Mannar, South IndiaKannan, Rengasamy Ragupathi Raja; Arumugam, Rajasekaran; Anantharaman, Perumal (2010) Antibacterial potential of three seagrasses against human pathogens
  • 7000.0 MEDICALPalaniappan, P.; Sathishkumar, G.; Sankar, R. (2015) Fabrication of nano-silver particles using Cymodocea serrulata and its cytotoxicity effect against human lung cancer A549 cells lineRajeswaran, Srinath; Thirugnanasambandan, Somasundaram Somasundaram; Subramaniyan, Sathishkumar Rengasamy; Kandasamy, Saravanan; Vilwanathan, Ravikumar (2019) Synthesis of eco-friendly facile nano-sized zinc oxide particles using aqueous extract of Cymodocea serrulata and its potential biological applications
  • 0000.0 FOOD AND DRINKGokulakrishnan, Ramasamy; Ravikumar, Sundaram (2017) Seagrass as a substrate for the cultivation of milk mushroom Calocybe indica: a new report
Previously was:
  • 7160.0 AntibioticsKannan RRR, ArumugamR ,Iyapparaj P, Thangaradjou T, Anantharaman P (2013) In vitro antibacterial, cytotoxicity and haemolytic activities and phytochemical analysis of seagrasses from the Gulf of Mannar, South India
  • Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • Old World tropics
    • Chinna- pallam, Gulf of Mannar, Tamil Nadu, India (Latitude 8 ° 35 0 –9 ° 25 0 N; 78 ° 08 0 –79 ° 30 0 E)Kannan RRR, ArumugamR ,Iyapparaj P, Thangaradjou T, Anantharaman P (2013) In vitro antibacterial, cytotoxicity and haemolytic activities and phytochemical analysis of seagrasses from the Gulf of Mannar, South India
    • Taiwan and Hainan provinces, South ChinaShi, YJ; Fan, HQ; Cui, XJ; Pan, LH; Li, S; Song, XK (2010) Overview on seagrasses and related research in China
    • Indonesian waters,SE AsiaKiswara, W; Behnke, N; Van Avesaath, P; Huiskes, AHL; Erftemeijer, PLA; Bouma, TJ (2009) Root architecture of six tropical seagrass species, growing in three contrasting habitats in Indonesian waters
    Miscellaneous notes
    References

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

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    Aug 16th 2022, 10:47 am
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