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Report for Cyperus conglomeratus Rottb.

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Family Cyperaceae
Genus Cyperus
Species conglomeratus
Author Rottb.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
12 dS/mAbulfatih, H. A., E. M. Abdel Bari, A. Alsubaey and Y. M. Ibrahim (2002) Halophytes and soil salinity in Qatar
Germination YesEl Keblawy, A., S. S. Al Neyadi, M. V. Rao and A. H. Al-Marzouqi (2011) Interactive effects of salinity, light and temperature on seed germination of sand dunes glycophyte Cyprus conglomeratus growing in the United Arab Emirates desertsJeelani, Shahjehan; Hameed, Abdul; Gul, Bilquees (bilqueesgul@uok.edu.pk) ; Khan, M. Ajmal (2018) LIGHT INFLUENCES SEED GERMINATION RESPONSES OF CYPERUS CONGLOMERATUS ROTTB. UNDER BOTH SALINE AND NON-SALINE CONDITIONS
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C4Frey, W., H. Kurschner and W. Stichler (1985) PHOTOSYNTHETIC PATHWAYS AND ECOLOGICAL DISTRIBUTION OF HALOPHYTES FROM 4 LITTORAL SALT MARSHES (EGYPT SINAI, SAUDI-ARABIA, OMAN AND IRAN)
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesLafi, Feras F; Ramirez-Prado, Juan S; Alam, Intikhab; et al. (2017) Draft Genome Sequence of Plant Growth-Promoting Micrococcus luteus Strain K39 Isolated from Cyperus conglomeratus in Saudi Arabia.Lafi, Feras F; Ramirez-Prado, Juan S; Alam, Intikhab; et al. (2016) Draft Genome Sequence of Halomonas elongata Strain K4, an Endophytic Growth-Promoting Bacterium Enhancing Salinity Tolerance In Planta.Muhsin, T. M. and K. H. Zwain (1989) CORRELATION BETWEEN FUNGAL POPULATIONS AND AMINO ACID LEVELS OF SALT DESERT PLANTSThoen D (1987) First observations on the occurrence of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae VAM in hydrophytes hygrophytes halophytes and xerophytes in the region of lake Retba Cap-Vert Senegal during the dry season
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
  • FlavansAbdel-Mogib, M; Basaif, SA; Ezmirly, ST (2000) Two novel flavans from Cyperus conglomeratusAbdel-Razik, AF; Nassar, MI; El-Khrisy, EDA; Dawidar, AAM; Mabry, TJ (2005) New prenylflavans from Cyperus conglomeratus
  • CypereneFeizbakhsh, A; Naeemy, A (2011) Chemical Composition of the Essential Oil of Cyperus Conglomeratus Rottb. from Iran
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • D6.1 Inland saltmarshesAbulfatih, H. A., E. M. Abdel Bari, A. Alsubaey and Y. M. Ibrahim (2002) Halophytes and soil salinity in Qatar
  • A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbedsLafi, Feras F; Ramirez-Prado, Juan S; Alam, Intikhab; et al. (2017) Draft Genome Sequence of Plant Growth-Promoting Micrococcus luteus Strain K39 Isolated from Cyperus conglomeratus in Saudi Arabia.Lafi, Feras F; Ramirez-Prado, Juan S; Alam, Intikhab; et al. (2016) Draft Genome Sequence of Halomonas elongata Strain K4, an Endophytic Growth-Promoting Bacterium Enhancing Salinity Tolerance In Planta.
  • E6.1 Mediterranean inland salt steppesMuhsin, T. M. and K. H. Zwain (1989) CORRELATION BETWEEN FUNGAL POPULATIONS AND AMINO ACID LEVELS OF SALT DESERT PLANTS
Economic use
  • 3100.0 GrazingEl-Keblawy, A; Abdelfattah, MA; Khedr, AHA (2015) Relationships between landforms, soil characteristics and dominant xerophytes in the hyper-arid northern United Arab EmiratesMOHAMED, SA; ABBAS, J; SALEH, M (1991) NATURAL DIET OF THE ARABIAN RHEEM GAZELLE, GAZELLA-SUBGUTTUROSA-MARICA
  • 7100.0 General Including Traditional medicinesElshamy, Abdelsamed, I; Farrag, Abdel Razik H.; Ayoub, Iriny M.; Mandy, Karam A.; Taher, Rehab E.; El Gendy, Abd El-Nasser G.; Mohamed, Tarik A.; Al-Rejaie, Salim S.; EI-Amier, Yasser A.; Abd-EIGawad, Ahmed M.; Farag, Mohamed A. (2020) UPLC-qTOF-MS Phytochemical Profile and Antiulcer Potential of Cyperus conglomeratus Rottb. Alcoholic ExtractGuessoum, B.; Seyd, A. Had; Kemassi, A.; Rahim, O. (2021) Evaluation of Antibacterial Activity of Cyperus conglomeratus (Cyperaceae)Saeed, Ibtesam A.; Ali, Lizna; Jabeen, Ayesha; Khasawneh, Mohammad; Rizvi, Tahir A.; Ashraf, S. Salman (2013) Estrogenic Activities of Ten Medicinal Herbs from the Middle East
  • 3000.0 FORAGEAl-Rowaily, Saud L.; Abd-ElGawad, Ahmed M.; Alghanem, Suliman M.; Al-Taisan, Wafa'a A.; El-Amier, Yasser A. (2019) Nutritional Value, Mineral Composition, Secondary Metabolites, and Antioxidant Activity of Some Wild Geophyte Sedges and Grasses
Previously was:
  • 3100.0 GrazingEl-Keblawy, A; Abdelfattah, MA; Khedr, AHA (2015) Relationships between landforms, soil characteristics and dominant xerophytes in the hyper-arid northern United Arab Emirates
  • Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • QatarAbulfatih, H. A., E. M. Abdel Bari, A. Alsubaey and Y. M. Ibrahim (2002) Halophytes and soil salinity in Qatar
    • Red Sea shore, Thuwal, Saudi ArabiaLafi, Feras F; Ramirez-Prado, Juan S; Alam, Intikhab; et al. (2017) Draft Genome Sequence of Plant Growth-Promoting Micrococcus luteus Strain K39 Isolated from Cyperus conglomeratus in Saudi Arabia.Lafi, Feras F; Ramirez-Prado, Juan S; Alam, Intikhab; et al. (2016) Draft Genome Sequence of Halomonas elongata Strain K4, an Endophytic Growth-Promoting Bacterium Enhancing Salinity Tolerance In Planta.
    • Northern Emirates.El-Keblawy, A; Abdelfattah, MA; Khedr, AHA (2015) Relationships between landforms, soil characteristics and dominant xerophytes in the hyper-arid northern United Arab Emirates
    • South of Iraq (30° 33' N, 48° 47' EMuhsin, T. M. and K. H. Zwain (1989) CORRELATION BETWEEN FUNGAL POPULATIONS AND AMINO ACID LEVELS OF SALT DESERT PLANTS
    • PakistanJeelani, Shahjehan; Hameed, Abdul; Gul, Bilquees (bilqueesgul@uok.edu.pk) ; Khan, M. Ajmal (2018) LIGHT INFLUENCES SEED GERMINATION RESPONSES OF CYPERUS CONGLOMERATUS ROTTB. UNDER BOTH SALINE AND NON-SALINE CONDITIONS
    • KuwaitAbd El-Wahab, RH; Al-Rashed, AR; Al-Dousari, A (2018) Influences of Physiographic Factors, Vegetation Patterns and Human Impacts on Aeolian Landforms in Arid Environment
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