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Report for Halogeton glomeratus (M.Bieb.) Ledeb.

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Family Amaranthaceae
Genus Halogeton
Species glomeratus
Author (M.Bieb.) Ledeb.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • xerophyte
Life form
  • Chaemaephyte
Ecotypes Yes
Max. salinity
400 mMSagers, J. K., B. L. Waldron, J. E. Creech, I. W. Mott and B. Bugbee (2017) Salinity tolerance of three competing rangeland plant species: Studies in hydroponic cultureWang, J. C., B. C. Li, L. R. Yao, Y. X. Meng, X. L. Ma, Y. Lai, E. J. Si, P. R. Ren, K. Yang, X. W. Shang and H. J. Wang (2018) Comparative transcriptome analysis of genes involved in Na+ transport in the leaves of halophyte Halogeton glomeratus
Germination YesKhan, M. A., B. Gul and D. J. Weber (2001) Seed germination characteristics of Halogeton glomeratusLu, Y., J. Q. Lei, F. J. Zeng, G. J. Liu, H. H. Gao and Y. G. Su (2012) Factors influencing seed germination and seedling emergence of Halogeton glomeratus (Bieb.) CA Mey. (Chenopodiaceae), a dominant annual halophyte inhabiting the gravel deserts of Xinjiang, ChinaWang, J. C., B. C. Li, L. R. Yao, Y. X. Meng, X. L. Ma, Y. Lai, E. J. Si, P. R. Ren, K. Yang, X. W. Shang and H. J. Wang (2018) Comparative transcriptome analysis of genes involved in Na+ transport in the leaves of halophyte Halogeton glomeratusWang, J. C., Y. X. Meng, B. C. Li, X. L. Ma, Y. Lai, E. J. Si, K. Yang, X. L. Xu, X. W. Shang, H. J. Wang and D. Wang (2015) Physiological and proteomic analyses of salt stress response in the halophyte Halogeton glomeratus
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C4Pyankov, V. I., P. D. Gunin, S. Tsoog and C. C. Black (2000) C4 plants in the vegetation of Mongolia: their natural occurrence and geographical distribution in relation to climatePyankov, VI; Ziegler, H; Akhani, H; Deigele, C; Luttge, U (2010) European plants with C-4 photosynthesis: geographical and taxonomic distribution and relations to climate parameters
Molecular data
  • TranscriptomicsWang, J. C., B. C. Li, L. R. Yao, Y. X. Meng, X. L. Ma, Y. Lai, E. J. Si, P. R. Ren, K. Yang, X. W. Shang and H. J. Wang (2018) Comparative transcriptome analysis of genes involved in Na+ transport in the leaves of halophyte Halogeton glomeratusWang, J. C., B. C. Li, Y. X. Meng, X. L. Ma, Y. Lai, E. J. Si, K. Yang, P. R. Ren, X. W. Shang and H. J. Wang (2015) Transcriptomic profiling of the salt-stress response in the halophyte Halogeton glomeratus
  • ProteomicsWang, J. C., B. C. Li, L. R. Yao, Y. X. Meng, X. L. Ma, Y. Lai, E. J. Si, P. R. Ren, K. Yang, X. W. Shang and H. J. Wang (2018) Comparative transcriptome analysis of genes involved in Na+ transport in the leaves of halophyte Halogeton glomeratusWang, J. C., L. R. Yao, B. C. Li, Y. X. Meng, X. L. Ma, Y. Lai, E. J. Si, P. R. Ren, K. Yang, X. W. Shang and H. J. Wang (2016) Comparative Proteomic Analysis of Cultured Suspension Cells of the Halophyte Halogeton glomeratus by iTRAQ Provides Insights into Response Mechanisms to Salt StressWang, J. C., Y. X. Meng, B. C. Li, X. L. Ma, Y. Lai, E. J. Si, K. Yang, X. L. Xu, X. W. Shang, H. J. Wang and D. Wang (2015) Physiological and proteomic analyses of salt stress response in the halophyte Halogeton glomeratus
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesKitchen, SG; Jorgensen, GL (2000) Winterfat decline and halogeton spread in the Great Basin
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
  • OxalateMORTON, HOWARD L.; HAAS, ROBERT H.; ERICKSON, LAMBERT C. (1959) Oxalate and mineral contents of Halogeton glomeratus
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Compatible Solutes
Habitat
Economic use
  • 8300.0 Bioenergy/BiofuelAbideen, Z; Qasim, M; Rizvi, RF; Gul, B; Ansari, R; Khan, MA (2015) Oilseed halophytes: a potential source of biodiesel using saline degraded lands
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Distribution
Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Distribution (text)
  • North America
  • river shoal located in Huining, Gansu Province, China.Wang, J. C., Y. X. Meng, B. C. Li, X. L. Ma, Y. Lai, E. J. Si, K. Yang, X. L. Xu, X. W. Shang, H. J. Wang and D. Wang (2015) Physiological and proteomic analyses of salt stress response in the halophyte Halogeton glomeratus
Miscellaneous notes Poisonous to animals through oxalate contentJAMES, LF (1968) SERUM ELECTROLYTE ACID-BASE BALANCE AND ENZYME CHANGES IN ACUTE HALOGETON GLOMERATUS POISONING IN SHEEPJAMES, LF; STREET, JC; BUTCHER, JE (1967) IN VITRO DEGRADATION OF OXALATE AND OF CELLULOSE BY RUMEN INGESTA FROM SHEEP FED HALOGETON GLOMERATUS
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References

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