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Report for Syringodium isoetifolium (Asch.) Dandy

updated: Jun 16th 2022, 11:15 am see all updates
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Family Cymodoceaceae
Genus Syringodium
Species isoetifolium
Author (Asch.) Dandy
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
Life form
  • Seagrass
  • Aquatic
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
SW
Germination unknown
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C4?McMillan, C., P. L. Parker and B. Fry (1980) 13C/12C ratios in seagrasses
Molecular data
  • TranscriptomicsSablok, G; Hayward, RJ; Davey, PA; Santos, RP; Schliep, M; Larkum, A; Pernice, M; Dolferus, R; Ralph, PJ (2018) SeagrassDB: An open-source transcriptomics landscape for phylogenetically profiled seagrasses and aquatic plants
  • Photosynthetic pigmentsShailaja, V. L.; Christina, V. S.; Mohanapriya, C. D.; Sneha, P.; Sundaram, R. Lakshmi; Magesh, R.; Doss, C. George Priya; Gnanambal, K. Mary Elizabeth (2019) A natural anticancer pigment,Pheophytin a, from a seagrass acts as a high affinity human mitochondrial translocator protein (TSPO) ligand, in silico, to reduce mitochondrial membrane Potential (Delta psi(mit)) in adenocarcinomic A549 cells
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesNotarte, KI; Yaguchi, T; Suganuma, K; dela Cruz, TE (2018) Antibacterial, cytotoxic and trypanocidal activities of marine-derived fungi isolated from Philippine macroalgae and seagrasses
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • A2.61 Seagrass beds on littoral sedimentsCarruthers, TJB; Dennison, WC; Kendrick, GA; Waycott, M; Walker, DI; Cambridge, ML (2007) Seagrasses of south-west Australia: A conceptual synthesis of the world's most diverse and extensive seagrass meadows
Economic use
  • 6000.0 TOXINS; see also 7000.0 MEDICAL for viridicides, bacteriostats, etc.Kannan RRR, ArumugamR ,Iyapparaj P, Thangaradjou T, Anantharaman P (2013) In vitro antibacterial, cytotoxicity and haemolytic activities and phytochemical analysis of seagrasses from the Gulf of Mannar, South India
Previously was:
  • 6000.0 TOXINS; see also 7000.0 MEDICAL for viridicides, bacteriostats, etc.Kannan RRR, ArumugamR ,Iyapparaj P, Thangaradjou T, Anantharaman P (2013) In vitro antibacterial, cytotoxicity and haemolytic activities and phytochemical analysis of seagrasses from the Gulf of Mannar, South India
  • 7000.0 MEDICALShailaja, V. L.; Christina, V. S.; Mohanapriya, C. D.; Sneha, P.; Sundaram, R. Lakshmi; Magesh, R.; Doss, C. George Priya; Gnanambal, K. Mary Elizabeth (2019) A natural anticancer pigment,Pheophytin a, from a seagrass acts as a high affinity human mitochondrial translocator protein (TSPO) ligand, in silico, to reduce mitochondrial membrane Potential (Delta psi(mit)) in adenocarcinomic A549 cells
  • Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • Old World tropics
    • South-west AustraliaCarruthers, TJB; Dennison, WC; Kendrick, GA; Waycott, M; Walker, DI; Cambridge, ML (2007) Seagrasses of south-west Australia: A conceptual synthesis of the world's most diverse and extensive seagrass meadows
    • Teluk Awur and Prawean Jepara, IndonesiaRiniatsih, I; Ambariyanto, A; Yudiati, E; Hartati, R; Widianingsih, W; Mahendrajaya, RT (2019) Diversity species and condition of seagrass ecosystem in Teluk Awur and Prawean Jepara
    • Piapi Beach, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, PhilippinesNotarte, KI; Yaguchi, T; Suganuma, K; dela Cruz, TE (2018) Antibacterial, cytotoxic and trypanocidal activities of marine-derived fungi isolated from Philippine macroalgae and seagrasses
    • Gulf of Mannar, South IndiaKannan RRR, ArumugamR ,Iyapparaj P, Thangaradjou T, Anantharaman P (2013) In vitro antibacterial, cytotoxicity and haemolytic activities and phytochemical analysis of seagrasses from the Gulf of Mannar, South India
    Miscellaneous notes
    References

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