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Report for Thinopyrum bessarabicum (Savul. & Rayss) Á.Löve

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Family Poaceae
Genus Thinopyrum
Species bessarabicum
Author (Savul. & Rayss) Á.Löve
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • xerohalophyte
Life form
  • Perennial grass
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
350 mMGORHAM, J; MCDONNELL, E; BUDREWICZ, E; JONES, RGW (1985) SALT TOLERANCE IN THE TRITICEAE - GROWTH AND SOLUTE ACCUMULATION IN LEAVES OF THINOPYRUM-BESSARABICUMKing, IP; Forster, BP; Law, CC; Cant, KA; Orford, SE; Gorham, J; Reader, S; Miller, TE (1997) Introgression of salt-tolerance genes from Thinopyrum bessarabicum into wheat
Germination YesGORHAM, J; MCDONNELL, E; BUDREWICZ, E; JONES, RGW (1985) SALT TOLERANCE IN THE TRITICEAE - GROWTH AND SOLUTE ACCUMULATION IN LEAVES OF THINOPYRUM-BESSARABICUM
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C4
Molecular data
  • Amino AcidsGORHAM, J; JONES, RGW; MCDONNELL, E (1985) SOME MECHANISMS OF SALT TOLERANCE IN CROP PLANTS
  • GenesKing, IP; Forster, BP; Law, CC; Cant, KA; Orford, SE; Gorham, J; Reader, S; Miller, TE (1997) Introgression of salt-tolerance genes from Thinopyrum bessarabicum into wheat
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • Soluble carbohydratesGORHAM, J; MCDONNELL, E; BUDREWICZ, E; JONES, RGW (1985) SALT TOLERANCE IN THE TRITICEAE - GROWTH AND SOLUTE ACCUMULATION IN LEAVES OF THINOPYRUM-BESSARABICUM
  • ProlineGORHAM, J; MCDONNELL, E; BUDREWICZ, E; JONES, RGW (1985) SALT TOLERANCE IN THE TRITICEAE - GROWTH AND SOLUTE ACCUMULATION IN LEAVES OF THINOPYRUM-BESSARABICUM
  • GlycinebetaineGORHAM, J; MCDONNELL, E; BUDREWICZ, E; JONES, RGW (1985) SALT TOLERANCE IN THE TRITICEAE - GROWTH AND SOLUTE ACCUMULATION IN LEAVES OF THINOPYRUM-BESSARABICUM
Habitat
Economic use
  • 4700.0 Salt toleranceKhokhar, JS; Sareen, S; Tyagi, BS; Wilson, L; Young, S; King, J; King, I; Broadley, MR (2020) Novel Sources of Variation in Grain Yield, Components and Mineral Traits Identified in Wheat Amphidiploids Derived from Thinopyrum bessarabicum (Savul. & Rayss) a. Love (Poaceae) under Saline Soils in India
  • 0115.1 GrainGORHAM, J; MCDONNELL, E; BUDREWICZ, E; JONES, RGW (1985) SALT TOLERANCE IN THE TRITICEAE - GROWTH AND SOLUTE ACCUMULATION IN LEAVES OF THINOPYRUM-BESSARABICUMZhang, Yingjun; Hu, Mengyun; Liu, Qian; Sun, Lijing; Chen, Xiyong; Lv, Liangjie; Liu, Yuping; Jia, Xu; Li, Hui (2018) Deletion of high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits in wheat significantly reduced dough strength and bread-baking quality
Distribution
Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Distribution (text)
  • Pantropical
  • Crimea, UkraineGORHAM, J; MCDONNELL, E; BUDREWICZ, E; JONES, RGW (1985) SALT TOLERANCE IN THE TRITICEAE - GROWTH AND SOLUTE ACCUMULATION IN LEAVES OF THINOPYRUM-BESSARABICUMKing, IP; Forster, BP; Law, CC; Cant, KA; Orford, SE; Gorham, J; Reader, S; Miller, TE (1997) Introgression of salt-tolerance genes from Thinopyrum bessarabicum into wheat
  • ChinaZhang, Yingjun; Hu, Mengyun; Liu, Qian; Sun, Lijing; Chen, Xiyong; Lv, Liangjie; Liu, Yuping; Jia, Xu; Li, Hui (2018) Deletion of high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits in wheat significantly reduced dough strength and bread-baking quality
Previously was:
  • Pantropical
  • Crimea, UkraineGORHAM, J; MCDONNELL, E; BUDREWICZ, E; JONES, RGW (1985) SALT TOLERANCE IN THE TRITICEAE - GROWTH AND SOLUTE ACCUMULATION IN LEAVES OF THINOPYRUM-BESSARABICUMKing, IP; Forster, BP; Law, CC; Cant, KA; Orford, SE; Gorham, J; Reader, S; Miller, TE (1997) Introgression of salt-tolerance genes from Thinopyrum bessarabicum into wheat
  • Miscellaneous notes A salt-tolerant wheatgrass widely used in wheat breeding.Khokhar, JS; Sareen, S; Tyagi, BS; Wilson, L; Young, S; King, J; King, I; Broadley, MR (2020) Novel Sources of Variation in Grain Yield, Components and Mineral Traits Identified in Wheat Amphidiploids Derived from Thinopyrum bessarabicum (Savul. & Rayss) a. Love (Poaceae) under Saline Soils in India
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