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Report for Typha orientalis C.Presl

updated: Apr 17th 2022, 10:11 am see all updates
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Family Typhaceae
Genus Typha
Species orientalis
Author C.Presl
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
20 dS/mCheng, R; Zhu, H; Cheng, XW; Shutes, B; Yan, BX (2020) Saline and Alkaline Tolerance of Wetland Plants-What are the Most Representative Evaluation Indicators?Liang, YX; Zhu, H; Banuelos, G; Shutes, B; Yan, BX; Cheng, XW (2018) Removal of sulfamethoxazole from salt-laden wastewater in constructed wetlands affected by plant species, salinity levels and co-existing contaminants
Germination YesCheng, R; Zhu, H; Cheng, XW; Shutes, B; Yan, BX (2020) Saline and Alkaline Tolerance of Wetland Plants-What are the Most Representative Evaluation Indicators?Xiang, J; Wang, QF; Wu, G; Wu, YQ; Han, P; Li, MT; Yu, LJ (2010) Formation of Plant Communities of the Newly Created Wetland in Modern Yellow River DeltaZedler, J. B., E. Paling and A. McComb (1990) Differential responses to salinity help explain the replacement of native Juncus kraussi by Typha orientalias in Western Australian salt marshes
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3?
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesZhang, GL; Bai, JH; Tebbe, CC; Zhao, QQ; Jia, J; Wang, W; Wang, X; Yu, L (2021) Salinity controls soil microbial community structure and function in coastal estuarine wetlands
Bioremediation YesLiang, YX; Zhu, H; Banuelos, G; Shutes, B; Yan, BX; Cheng, XW (2018) Removal of sulfamethoxazole from salt-laden wastewater in constructed wetlands affected by plant species, salinity levels and co-existing contaminants
antioxidants
  • PhenolsFeng, Jia; Qiao, Kai; Pei, Liangyu; Lv, Junping; Xie, Shulian (2015) Using activated carbon prepared from Typha orientails Presl to remove phenol from aqueous solutions
Previously was: empty
Secondary Metabolites
  • SugarsLin, Yuan-Chung; Shangdiar, Sumarlin; Chen, Shang-Cyuan; Cho, Che-An; Datov, Atamurat (2021) A study on different parameters affecting the saccharification rate of Typha orientalis pretreated with Ionic Liquids (ILs) and microwave irradiation for bioethanol production by using response surface methodology
Previously was: empty
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbedsLu, QQ; Bai, JH; Zhang, GL; Zhao, QQ; Wu, JJ (2018) Spatial and seasonal distribution of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur and their ecological stoichiometry in wetland soils along a water and salt gradient in the Yellow River Delta, China
Economic use
  • 2100.0 FuelLin, Yuan-Chung; Shangdiar, Sumarlin; Chen, Shang-Cyuan; Cho, Che-An; Datov, Atamurat (2021) A study on different parameters affecting the saccharification rate of Typha orientalis pretreated with Ionic Liquids (ILs) and microwave irradiation for bioethanol production by using response surface methodology
  • 7160.0 AntibioticsLi, Yiran; Zhang, Jian; Liu, Hai (2018) Removal of Chloramphenicol from Aqueous Solution Using Low-Cost Activated Carbon Prepared from Typha orientalis
Previously was: empty
Distribution
Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Distribution (text)
  • Asia - southeast
  • Changchun, China.Liang, YX; Zhu, H; Banuelos, G; Shutes, B; Yan, BX; Cheng, XW (2018) Removal of sulfamethoxazole from salt-laden wastewater in constructed wetlands affected by plant species, salinity levels and co-existing contaminants
  • Yellow River Delta, ChinaLu, QQ; Bai, JH; Zhang, GL; Zhao, QQ; Wu, JJ (2018) Spatial and seasonal distribution of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur and their ecological stoichiometry in wetland soils along a water and salt gradient in the Yellow River Delta, ChinaZhang, GL; Bai, JH; Tebbe, CC; Zhao, QQ; Jia, J; Wang, W; Wang, X; Yu, L (2021) Salinity controls soil microbial community structure and function in coastal estuarine wetlands
  • Pingtung Wuluo River, TaiwanLin, Yuan-Chung; Shangdiar, Sumarlin; Chen, Shang-Cyuan; Cho, Che-An; Datov, Atamurat (2021) A study on different parameters affecting the saccharification rate of Typha orientalis pretreated with Ionic Liquids (ILs) and microwave irradiation for bioethanol production by using response surface methodology
  • Jinan, Shandong, ChinLi, Yiran; Zhang, Jian; Liu, Hai (2018) Removal of Chloramphenicol from Aqueous Solution Using Low-Cost Activated Carbon Prepared from Typha orientalis
  • Fenhe, Shanxi province, ChinaFeng, Jia; Qiao, Kai; Pei, Liangyu; Lv, Junping; Xie, Shulian (2015) Using activated carbon prepared from Typha orientails Presl to remove phenol from aqueous solutions
Previously was:
  • Asia - southeast
  • Changchun, China.Liang, YX; Zhu, H; Banuelos, G; Shutes, B; Yan, BX; Cheng, XW (2018) Removal of sulfamethoxazole from salt-laden wastewater in constructed wetlands affected by plant species, salinity levels and co-existing contaminants
  • Yellow River Delta, ChinaLu, QQ; Bai, JH; Zhang, GL; Zhao, QQ; Wu, JJ (2018) Spatial and seasonal distribution of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur and their ecological stoichiometry in wetland soils along a water and salt gradient in the Yellow River Delta, ChinaZhang, GL; Bai, JH; Tebbe, CC; Zhao, QQ; Jia, J; Wang, W; Wang, X; Yu, L (2021) Salinity controls soil microbial community structure and function in coastal estuarine wetlands
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    References

    Last Records approved
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