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Report for Iris oxypetala Bunge.

updated: May 23rd 2022, 11:02 am see all updates
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Family Iridaceae
Genus Iris
Species oxypetala
Previously was: lactea
Author Bunge.
Previously was: Pall.
Infraspecific
Previously was: chinensis
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes YesZhang, B; Li, PF; Fan, FC (2012) Ionic relations and proline accumulation in shoots of two Chinese Iris germplasms during NaCl stress and subsequent relief
Max. salinity
350 mMBai, W. B., P. F. Li, B. G. Li, H. Fujiyama and F. C. Fan (2008) Some physiological responses of Chinese iris to salt stressLiu Hui-chao; Yao Lian-fang; Sun Zhen-yuan; Peng Zhen-hua; Du Xiao-juan (2005) Study on the salt resistance of seven species of wild perennial flowers in Northern ChinaTong, H. Y., C. S. Gu, H. Y. Yuan, J. J. Ma and S. Z. Huang (2014) EFFECTS OF SALT STRESS ON THE GROWTH, PHOTOSYNTHETIC PIGMENTS AND STRUCTURE OF TWO HALOPHYTES, IRIS HALOPHILA AND I-LACTEA VAR. CHINENSISWang, Y; Guo, JX; Meng, QL; Cui, XY (2008) Physiological Responses of Krishum (Iris lactea Pall. Var. chinensis Koidz) to Neutral and Alkaline SaltsZhang Ming-xuan; Huang Su-zhen; Sheng Ren-li; Yuan Hai-yan (2011) Effects of NaCl stress on growth and physiological-biochemical indexes of Iris lactea var. chinensis
Germination YesLiu Hui-chao; Yao Lian-fang; Sun Zhen-yuan; Peng Zhen-hua; Du Xiao-juan (2005) Study on the salt resistance of seven species of wild perennial flowers in Northern China
Salt glands and bladders NoTong, H. Y., C. S. Gu, H. Y. Yuan, J. J. Ma and S. Z. Huang (2014) EFFECTS OF SALT STRESS ON THE GROWTH, PHOTOSYNTHETIC PIGMENTS AND STRUCTURE OF TWO HALOPHYTES, IRIS HALOPHILA AND I-LACTEA VAR. CHINENSIS
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
  • EnzymesMeng, L; Li, SS; Guo, JY; Guo, Q; Mao, PC; Tian, XX (2017) Molecular cloning and functional characterisation of an H+-pyrophosphatase from &ITIris lactea&ITWang, Jingang; Zhou, Aimin; Li, Yang; Li, Shanshan; Zhang, Xiaohui; Che, Daidi (2016) Overexpression of IrlVHA-c, A Vacuolar-Type H+-ATPase c Subunit Gene from Iris lactea, Enhances Salt Tolerance in TobaccoZhou Ai-min; Wu Duo; Che Dai-di; Liu Shen-kui; Yang Chuan-ping; Wang Jin-gang (2011)  Cloning of vacuolar H+-ATPase subunit c genes from Japanese iris, and functional characterization in yeast
  • RNAGu, CS; Liu, LQ; Deng, YM; Zhu, XD; Lu, XQ; Huang, SZ (2014) Validation of reference genes for RT-qPCR normalization in Iris. lactea var. chinensis leaves under different experimental conditionsGu, Chun-Sun; Liu, Liang-qin; Xu, Chen; Zhao, Yan-hai; Zhu, Xu-dong; Huang, Su-Zhen (2014) Reference gene selection for quantitative real-time RT-PCR normalization in Iris. lactea var. chinensis roots under cadmium, lead, and salt stress conditions.
  • Transcription factorsTang, J., Q. Q. Liu, H. Y. Yuan, Y. X. Zhang, W. L. Wang and S. Z. Huang (2018) Molecular cloning and characterization of a novel salt-specific responsive WRKY transcription factor gene IlWRKY2 from the halophyte Iris lactea var. chinensis
  • Photosynthetic pigmentsTong, H. Y., C. S. Gu, H. Y. Yuan, J. J. Ma and S. Z. Huang (2014) EFFECTS OF SALT STRESS ON THE GROWTH, PHOTOSYNTHETIC PIGMENTS AND STRUCTURE OF TWO HALOPHYTES, IRIS HALOPHILA AND I-LACTEA VAR. CHINENSIS
  • TranscriptomicsGu, C. S., S. Xu, Z. Q. Wang, L. Q. Liu, Y. X. Zhang, Y. M. Deng and S. Z. Huang (2018) De novo sequencing, assembly, and analysis of Iris lactea var. chinensis roots' transcriptome in response to salt stress
  • GenesGuo, Q.; Tian, X. X.; Mao, P. C.; Meng, L. (2020) Overexpression of Iris lactea tonoplast Na+/H+ antiporter gene IlNHX confers improved salt tolerance in tobacco
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesWang, Yudan; Wang, Na; Huang, Shouchen; Zhang, Liang; Gao, Xuanmeng; Yang, Chunxue (2019) THE EFFECT OF DOMINANT AMF IN THE RHIZOSPHERE OF IRIS LACTEA IN SONGNEN SALINE-ALKALI GRASSLAND ON SALT TOLERANCE PHYSIOLOGY OF PETUNIA HYBRIDAYang, Chunxue; Liu, Yajie; Zhao, Wenna; Wang, Na (2021) Colonization Characteristics and Diversity of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi in the Rhizosphere of Iris lactea in Songnen Saline-alkaline Grassland
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • Antioxidant enzymesWang, Y; Guo, JX; Meng, QL; Cui, XY (2008) Physiological Responses of Krishum (Iris lactea Pall. Var. chinensis Koidz) to Neutral and Alkaline SaltsZhang Ming-xuan; Huang Su-zhen; Sheng Ren-li; Yuan Hai-yan (2011) Effects of NaCl stress on growth and physiological-biochemical indexes of Iris lactea var. chinensis
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • ProlineWang, Y; Guo, JX; Meng, QL; Cui, XY (2008) Physiological Responses of Krishum (Iris lactea Pall. Var. chinensis Koidz) to Neutral and Alkaline SaltsZhang Ming-xuan; Huang Su-zhen; Sheng Ren-li; Yuan Hai-yan (2011) Effects of NaCl stress on growth and physiological-biochemical indexes of Iris lactea var. chinensisZhang, B; Li, PF; Fan, FC (2012) Ionic relations and proline accumulation in shoots of two Chinese Iris germplasms during NaCl stress and subsequent relief
Habitat
  • H Inland unvegetated or sparsely vegetated habitatsZhang, B; Li, PF; Fan, FC (2012) Ionic relations and proline accumulation in shoots of two Chinese Iris germplasms during NaCl stress and subsequent relief
Economic use
  • 7100.0 General Including Traditional medicinesChen, Dan; Meng, Yu; Zhu, Yan; Wu, Gang; Yuan, Jun; Qin, Minjian; Xie, Guoyong (2018) Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of C-glycosyl-flavones of Iris lactea Leaves by Liquid Chromatography/Tandem Mass SpectrometryTie, Fan-Fang; Luan, Guang-Xiang; Zhou, Wen-Na; Wang, Zhen-Hua; Shi, Xiao-Bing; Li, Gang; Wang, Hong-Lun (2018) Effects of the oligostilbenes from Iris lactea Pall. var. chinensis (Fisch.) Koidz on the adipocytes differentiation of 3T3-L1 cells
Previously was: empty
Distribution
Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Distribution (text)
  • China Xinjiang (Xj, E93A degrees 30('), N42A degrees 48(')Zhang, B; Li, PF; Fan, FC (2012) Ionic relations and proline accumulation in shoots of two Chinese Iris germplasms during NaCl stress and subsequent relief
  • China Beijing Municipality (Bj, N40A degrees 34('), E116A degrees 10(')Zhang, B; Li, PF; Fan, FC (2012) Ionic relations and proline accumulation in shoots of two Chinese Iris germplasms during NaCl stress and subsequent relief
Miscellaneous notes Synonym Iris lactea subsp. chinensis (Fisch.) Kitag. Economic uses associated with Iris lactea var, chinensis
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References

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