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Report for Eucalyptus occidentalis Endl.

updated: Apr 26th 2022, 9:46 am see all updates
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Family Myrtaceae
Genus Eucalyptus
Species occidentalis
Author Endl.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • xerophyte
Life form
  • Tree
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
500 mMENDRATI E H , BYRNE M, BARBOUR E and PLUMMER J (2011) Effect of genetic relatedness among parents on gain in salt tolerance  in progeny of crosses of  Eucalyptus occidentalisIsla, R; Guillen, M; Aragues, R (2014) Response of five tree species to salinity and waterlogging: shoot and root biomass and relationships with leaf and root ion concentrationsPEPPER, RG; CRAIG, GF (1986) RESISTANCE OF SELECTED EUCALYPTUS SPECIES TO SOIL-SALINITY IN WESTERN AUSTRALIAVan Der Moezel, P. G. and D. T. Bell (1987) COMPARATIVE SEEDLING SALT TOLERANCE OF SEVERAL EUCALYPTUS AND MELALEUCA-SPP FROM WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Germination YesENDRATI E H , BYRNE M, BARBOUR E and PLUMMER J (2011) Effect of genetic relatedness among parents on gain in salt tolerance  in progeny of crosses of  Eucalyptus occidentalisPEARCE-PINTO, GVN; VAN DER MOEZEL, PG; BELL, DT (1990) SEED-GERMINATION UNDER SALINITY STRESS IN WESTERN-AUSTRALIAN SPECIES OF EUCALYPTUSVan Der Moezel, P. G. and D. T. Bell (1987) THE EFFECT OF SALINITY ON THE GERMINATION OF SOME WESTERN AUSTRALIAN EUCALYPTUS AND MELALEUCA-SPP
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation YesKawarasaki, SH; Hamano, H; Aikawa, S; Utsugi, H; Saito, M; Tanouchi, H; Kojima, T; Yamada, K (2010) Growth of Trees Planted for Rehabilitation of a Saline Area of the Wheatbelt in Western AustraliaMarcar, N. E., D. F. Crawford, A. Hossain and A. T. Nicholson (2003) Survival and growth of tree species and provenances in response to salinity on a discharge siteMorris, J.D (1984) Establishment of trees and shrubs on a saline site using drip irrigation
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Secondary Metabolites
  • FlavonoidsBenyahia, S; Benayache, S; Benayache, F; Quintana, J; Lopez, M; Leon, F; Hernandez, JC; Estevez, F; Bermejo, J (2004) Isolation from Eucalyptus occidentalis and identification of a new kaempferol derivative that induces apoptosis in human myeloid leukemia cells
Previously was: empty
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
Economic use
  • 2100.0 FuelGiudicianni, Paola; Pindozzi, Stefania; Grottola, Corinna Maria; Stanzione, Fernando; Faugno, Salvatore; Fagnano, Massimo; Fiorentino, Nunzio; Ragucci, Raffaele (2017) Pyrolysis for exploitation of biomasses selected for soil phytoremediation: Characterization of gaseous and solid productsHarper, RJ; Sochacki, SJ; Smettem, KRJ; Robinson, N (2010) Bioenergy Feedstock Potential from Short-Rotation Woody Crops in a Dryland Environment
  • 7000.0 MEDICALBenyahia, S; Benayache, S; Benayache, F; Quintana, J; Lopez, M; Leon, F; Hernandez, JC; Estevez, F; Bermejo, J (2004) Isolation from Eucalyptus occidentalis and identification of a new kaempferol derivative that induces apoptosis in human myeloid leukemia cells
  • 4510.0 Erosion controlCinnirella, S; Iovino, F; Porto, P; Ferro, V (1998) Anti-erosive effectiveness of Eucalyptus coppices through the cover management factor estimateFerro, V; Porto, P; Callegari, G; Iovino, F; Mendicino, V; Veltri, A (1998) Evaluating the effectiveness of forest crop to mitigate erosion using a sediment delivery distributed model
  • 6000.0 TOXINS; see also 7000.0 MEDICAL for viridicides, bacteriostats, etc.Bande-Borujeni, Shokoofeh; Zandi-Sohani, Nooshin; Ramezani, Leila (2018) Chemical composition and bioactivity of essential oil from Eucalyptus occidentalis leaves against two stored product pests
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  • 2100.0 FuelHarper, RJ; Sochacki, SJ; Smettem, KRJ; Robinson, N (2010) Bioenergy Feedstock Potential from Short-Rotation Woody Crops in a Dryland Environment
  • Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • Australia ENDRATI E H , BYRNE M, BARBOUR E and PLUMMER J (2011) Effect of genetic relatedness among parents on gain in salt tolerance  in progeny of crosses of  Eucalyptus occidentalis
    Miscellaneous notes There are more publications on the use of E. occidentalis than have been listed here.
    References

    Last Records approved
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    Jun 28th 2022, 10:06 am

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    Approved by T J Flowers
    Jun 27th 2022, 8:21 pm
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