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Report for Hippophae rhamnoides L.

updated: May 19th 2022, 6:03 am see all updates
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Family Elaeagnaceae
Genus Hippophae
Species rhamnoides
Author L.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
Life form
  • Shrub
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
400 mM Qin Jing; He Kang-ning; Tan Guo-dong; et al. (2009) Effects of NaCl stress on Hippophae rhamnoides and Shepherdia argentea seedlings growth and photosynthetic characteristics.Chen, W., P. Cui, H. Sun, W. Guo, C. Yang, H. Jin, B. Fang and D. Shi (2009) Comparative effects of salt and alkali stresses on organic acid accumulation and ionic balance of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.)TIRMIZI S A S; KHAN K M; QADIR S A (1991) GROWTH RESPONSE AND ION UPTAKE OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L. TO INCREASING SALT CONCENTRATIONS I. EFFECT OF SODIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTIONS
Germination YesTirmizi, S. A. S.; Khan, K. M.; Qadir, S. A. (1993) Study on salt tolerance of Hippophae rhamnoides L. during germination
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesJaroszewska, A; Biel, W; Telesinski, A (2018) EFFECT OF MYCORRHIZATION AND VARIETY ON THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF SEA BUCKTHORN BERRIES
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • AntioxidantsChunying Li1,2, Jingjing Zhang1, Chunjian Zhao1,2,Lei Yang1, Wenyan Zhao1, Hongwei Jiang1, XuetingRen1,WeiranSu1, Yuzheng Li1and Jiajing Guan (2018) Separation of the mainflavonoids and essential oilfrom seabuckthorn leavesby ultrasonic/microwave-assisted simultaneousdistillation extractionRosch, D; Krumbein, A; Kroh, LW (2004) Antioxidant gallocatechins, dimeric and trimeric proanthocyanidins from sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) pomaceUpadhyay, NK; Kumar, MSY; Gupta, A (2010) Antioxidant, cytoprotective and antibacterial effects of Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) leaves
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
Economic use
  • 0120.0 FruitBeveridge, T; Li, TSC; Oomah, BD; Smith, A (1999) Sea buckthorn products: Manufacture and compositionSundriyal, M; Sundriyal, RC (2004) Wild edible plants of the Sikkim Himalaya: Nutritive values of selected species
  • 7000.0 MEDICALChunying Li1,2, Jingjing Zhang1, Chunjian Zhao1,2,Lei Yang1, Wenyan Zhao1, Hongwei Jiang1, XuetingRen1,WeiranSu1, Yuzheng Li1and Jiajing Guan (2018) Separation of the mainflavonoids and essential oilfrom seabuckthorn leavesby ultrasonic/microwave-assisted simultaneousdistillation extractionPanteev, AV; Shalkevich, MS (1995) The breeding of male plants of sea-buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) for medicinal use of pollen
  • 7100.0 General Including Traditional medicinesKsouri, R., W. M. Ksouri, I. Jallali, A. Debez, C. Magne, I. Hiroko and C. Abdelly (2012) Medicinal halophytes: potent source of health promoting biomolecules with medical, nutraceutical and food applicationsPundir, Swati; Garg, Prakrati; Dviwedi, Ananya; Ali, Aaliya; Kapoor, V. K.; Kapoor, Deepak; Kulshrestha, Saurabh; Lal, Uma Ranjan; Negi, Poonam (2021) Ethnomedicinal uses, phytochemistry and dermatological effects of Hippophae rhamnoides L.: A review
Previously was:
  • 0120.0 FruitSundriyal, M; Sundriyal, RC (2004) Wild edible plants of the Sikkim Himalaya: Nutritive values of selected species
  • 7000.0 MEDICALChunying Li1,2, Jingjing Zhang1, Chunjian Zhao1,2,Lei Yang1, Wenyan Zhao1, Hongwei Jiang1, XuetingRen1,WeiranSu1, Yuzheng Li1and Jiajing Guan (2018) Separation of the mainflavonoids and essential oilfrom seabuckthorn leavesby ultrasonic/microwave-assisted simultaneousdistillation extractionKsouri, R., W. M. Ksouri, I. Jallali, A. Debez, C. Magne, I. Hiroko and C. Abdelly (2012) Medicinal halophytes: potent source of health promoting biomolecules with medical, nutraceutical and food applications
  • Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • EuropePlants of the World Online () Hippohae rhamnoides
    • Heilongjiang, ChinaChunying Li1,2, Jingjing Zhang1, Chunjian Zhao1,2,Lei Yang1, Wenyan Zhao1, Hongwei Jiang1, XuetingRen1,WeiranSu1, Yuzheng Li1and Jiajing Guan (2018) Separation of the mainflavonoids and essential oilfrom seabuckthorn leavesby ultrasonic/microwave-assisted simultaneousdistillation extraction
    Miscellaneous notes Are five infraspecifics in Plants of the World Online Cultivated for berries Many patents
    Previously was: Are five infraspecifics in Plants of the World Online Cultivated for berries
    References

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