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Report for Chenopodium quinoa Willd.

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Family Amaranthaceae
Genus Chenopodium
Species quinoa
Author Willd.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
Life form
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
20 dS/mHussain, MI; Al-Dakheel, AJ; Reigosa, MJ (2018) Genotypic differences in agro-physiological, biochemical and isotopic responses to salinity stress in quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) plants: Prospects for salinity tolerance and yield stabilityYang, A; Akhtar, SS; Iqbal, S; Qi, Z; Alandia, G; Saddiq, MS; Jacobsen, SE (2018) Saponin seed priming improves salt tolerance in quinoa
Germination YesBrakez, M., M. C. Harrouni, N. Tachbibi and S. Daoud (2014) Comparative effect of NaCl and seawater on germination of quinoa seed (Chenopodium quinoa willd)Hussain, MI; Al-Dakheel, AJ; Reigosa, MJ (2018) Genotypic differences in agro-physiological, biochemical and isotopic responses to salinity stress in quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) plants: Prospects for salinity tolerance and yield stabilityYang, A; Akhtar, SS; Iqbal, S; Qi, Z; Alandia, G; Saddiq, MS; Jacobsen, SE (2018) Saponin seed priming improves salt tolerance in quinoa
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
  • DNAYasui, Y., H. Hirakawa, T. Oikawa, M. Toyoshima, C. Matsuzaki, M. Ueno, N. Mizuno, Y. Nagatoshi, T. Imamura, M. Miyago, K. Tanaka, K. Mise, T. Tanaka, H. Mizukoshi, M. Mori and Y. Fujita (2016) Draft genome sequence of an inbred line of Chenopodium quinoa, an allotetraploid crop with great environmental adaptability and outstanding nutritional properties
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • PhenolsDini, Irene; Tenore, Gian Carlo; Dini, Antonio (2010) Antioxidant compound contents and antioxidant activity before and after cooking in sweet and bitter Chenopodium quinoa seedsNsimba, Robert Yawadio; Kikuzaki, Hiroe; Konishi, Yotaro (2008) Antioxidant activity of various extracts and fractions of Chenopodium quinoa and Amaranthus spp. seeds
  • FlavonoidsDini, Irene; Tenore, Gian Carlo; Dini, Antonio (2010) Antioxidant compound contents and antioxidant activity before and after cooking in sweet and bitter Chenopodium quinoa seeds
Secondary Metabolites
  • PolyaminesBueno, M. and M. P. Cordovilla (2019) Polyamines in Halophytes
  • EcdysteroidsZhu, N; Kikuzaki, H; Vastano, BC; Nakatani, N; Karwe, MV; Rosen, RT; Ho, CT (2001) Ecdysteroids of Quinoa seeds (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.)
  • SaponinsMIZUI, F; KASAI, R; OHTANI, K; TANAKA, O (1990) SAPONINS FROM BRAN OF QUINOA, CHENOPODIUM-QUINOA WILLD .2.MIZUI, F; KASAI, R; OHTANI, K; TANAKA, O (1988) SAPONINS FROM BRANS OF QUINOA, CHENOPODIUM-QUINOA WILLD .1.Mroczek, A (2015) Phytochemistry and bioactivity of triterpene saponins from Amaranthaceae family
Compatible Solutes
  • GlycinebetaineHariadi, Y., K. Marandon, Y. Tian, S. E. Jacobsen and S. Shabala (2011) Ionic and osmotic relations in quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) plants grown at various salinity levelsShabala, L (Shabala, Lana)[ 2 ] ; Mackay, A (Mackay, Alex)[ 2 ] ; Tian, Y (Tian, Yu)[ 1 ] ; Jacobsen, SE (Jacobsen, Sven-Erik)[ 3 ] ; Zhou, DW (Zhou, Daowei)[ 4 ] ; Shabala, S (Shabala, Sergey)[ 1 ]  (2012) Oxidative stress protection and stomatal patterning as components of salinity tolerance mechanism in quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa)
  • ProlineHariadi, Y., K. Marandon, Y. Tian, S. E. Jacobsen and S. Shabala (2011) Ionic and osmotic relations in quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) plants grown at various salinity levels
Habitat
Economic use
  • 8300.0 Bioenergy/BiofuelTurcios, Ariel E.; Weichgrebe, Dirk; Papenbrock, Jutta (2016) Potential use of the facultative halophyte Chenopodium quinoa Willd. as substrate for biogas production cultivated with different concentrations of sodium chloride under hydroponic conditions
  • 0115.1 GrainAltuner, F.; Oral, E.; Kulaz, H. (2019) IMPACT OF DIFFERENT SOWING-TIMES OF THE QUINOA (CHENOPODIUM QUINOA WILLD.) AND ITS VARIETIES ON THE YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS IN TURKEY-MARDIN ECOLOGY CONDITIONBECKER, R; HANNERS, GD (1990) COMPOSITIONAL AND NUTRITIONAL-EVALUATION OF QUINOA WHOLE GRAIN FLOUR AND MILL FRACTIONSDini, Irene; Tenore, Gian Carlo; Dini, Antonio (2010) Antioxidant compound contents and antioxidant activity before and after cooking in sweet and bitter Chenopodium quinoa seedsMaradini Filho, Antonio Manoel; Pirozi, Monica Ribeiro; Da Silva Borges, Joao Tomaz; Pinheiro Sant'Ana, Helena Maria; Paes Chaves, Jose Benicio; Dos Reis Coimbra, Jane Selia (2017) Quinoa: Nutritional, functional, and antinutritional aspectsParker-Gibson, Necia (2015) Quinoa: Catalyst or Catastrophe?WEBER, EJ (1978) INCAS ANCIENT ANSWER TO FOOD SHORTAGE
  • Crop listed by FAO
Previously was:
  • 8300.0 Bioenergy/BiofuelTurcios, Ariel E.; Weichgrebe, Dirk; Papenbrock, Jutta (2016) Potential use of the facultative halophyte Chenopodium quinoa Willd. as substrate for biogas production cultivated with different concentrations of sodium chloride under hydroponic conditions
  • 0115.1 GrainAltuner, F.; Oral, E.; Kulaz, H. (2019) IMPACT OF DIFFERENT SOWING-TIMES OF THE QUINOA (CHENOPODIUM QUINOA WILLD.) AND ITS VARIETIES ON THE YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS IN TURKEY-MARDIN ECOLOGY CONDITIONBECKER, R; HANNERS, GD (1990) COMPOSITIONAL AND NUTRITIONAL-EVALUATION OF QUINOA WHOLE GRAIN FLOUR AND MILL FRACTIONSDini, Irene; Tenore, Gian Carlo; Dini, Antonio (2010) Antioxidant compound contents and antioxidant activity before and after cooking in sweet and bitter Chenopodium quinoa seedsMaradini Filho, Antonio Manoel; Pirozi, Monica Ribeiro; Da Silva Borges, Joao Tomaz; Pinheiro Sant'Ana, Helena Maria; Paes Chaves, Jose Benicio; Dos Reis Coimbra, Jane Selia (2017) Quinoa: Nutritional, functional, and antinutritional aspectsParker-Gibson, Necia (2015) Quinoa: Catalyst or Catastrophe?WEBER, EJ (1978) INCAS ANCIENT ANSWER TO FOOD SHORTAGE
  • Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • Colorado, USA and ChileHussain, MI; Al-Dakheel, AJ; Reigosa, MJ (2018) Genotypic differences in agro-physiological, biochemical and isotopic responses to salinity stress in quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) plants: Prospects for salinity tolerance and yield stability
    • DenmarkYang, A; Akhtar, SS; Iqbal, S; Qi, Z; Alandia, G; Saddiq, MS; Jacobsen, SE (2018) Saponin seed priming improves salt tolerance in quinoa
    Miscellaneous notes A ptentially valuable crop for salt-affected land.
    References

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