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Report for Lotus corniculatus L.

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Family Fabaceae
Genus Lotus
Species corniculatus
Author L.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
Life form
Ecotypes YesAlem, Diego; Narancio, Rafael; Diaz Dellavalle, Paola; Rebuffo, Monica; Zarza, Rodrigo; Dalla Rizza, Marco (2011) Molecular characterization of Lotus corniculatus cultivars using transferable microsatellite markersTeakle, N. L.; Real, D.; Colmer, T. D. (2006) Growth and ion relations in response to combined salinity and waterlogging in the perennial forage legumes Lotus corniculatus and Lotus tenuis
Max. salinity
400 mMST-ARNAUD M; VINCENT G (1988) INFLUENCE OF HIGH SALT LEVELS ON THE GERMINATION AND GROWTH OF FIVE POTENTIALLY UTILIZABLE PLANTS FOR MEDIAN TURFING IN NORTHERN CLIMATESSanchez, D. H., F. L. Pieckenstain, F. Escaray, A. Erban, U. Kraemer, M. K. Udvardi and J. Kopka (2011) Comparative ionomics and metabolomics in extremophile and glycophytic Lotus species under salt stress challenge the metabolic pre-adaptation hypothesisTeakle, N. L.; Real, D.; Colmer, T. D. (2006) Growth and ion relations in response to combined salinity and waterlogging in the perennial forage legumes Lotus corniculatus and Lotus tenuis
Germination YesST-ARNAUD M; VINCENT G (1988) INFLUENCE OF HIGH SALT LEVELS ON THE GERMINATION AND GROWTH OF FIVE POTENTIALLY UTILIZABLE PLANTS FOR MEDIAN TURFING IN NORTHERN CLIMATES
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
  • TranscriptomicsLotus corniculatus Transcriptome or Gene expression (2021) Biotechnology institute of CAAS
  • GenesSun, Zhan-Min; Zhou, Mei-Liang; Xiao, Xing-Guo; Tang, Yi-Xiong; Wu, Yan-Min (2014) Genome-wide analysis of AP2/ERF family genes from Lotus corniculatus shows LcERF054 enhances salt tolerance
  • MetabolomicsSanchez, D. H., F. L. Pieckenstain, F. Escaray, A. Erban, U. Kraemer, M. K. Udvardi and J. Kopka (2011) Comparative ionomics and metabolomics in extremophile and glycophytic Lotus species under salt stress challenge the metabolic pre-adaptation hypothesis
  • Transcription factorsWang, Dan; Luo, Wen; Khurshid, Muhammad; Gao, Lihua; Sun, Zhanmin; Zhou, Meiliang; Wu, Yanmin (2018) Co-expression of PeDREB2a and KcERF Improves Drought and Salt Tolerance in Transgenic Lotus corniculatus
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesKOH S-DLEE H-H (1984) STUDIES OF SPECIES AND DISTRIBUTION OF VESICULAR-ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI IN RELATION TO SALT-MARSH PLANTSKabdullayeva, Tolganay; Crosbie, Duncan B.; Marin, Macarena (2020) Mesorhizobium norvegicum sp. nov., a rhizobium isolated from a Lotus corniculatus root nodule in NorwayLorite, Maria J.; Munoz, Socorro; Olivares, Jose; Soto, Maria J.; Sanjuan, Juan (2010) Characterization of Strains unlike Mesorhizobium loti That Nodulate Lotus spp. in Saline Soils of Granada, Spain
Bioremediation YesAydemir, Salih; Sunger (Akil), Halime (2011) Bioreclamation effect and growth of a leguminous forage plant (Lotus corniculatus) in calcareous saline-sodic soil
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
  • LectinRafiq, Shaista; Majeed, Rabiya; Qazi, Asif Khurshid; Ganai, Bashir Ahmad; Wani, Ishfak; Rakhshanda, Syed; Qurishi, Yasrib; Sharma, P. R.; Hamid, Abid; Masood, Akbar; Hamid, Rabia (2013) Isolation and antiproliferative activity of Lotus corniculatus lectin towards human tumour cell lines
Compatible Solutes
  • ProlineSanchez, D. H., F. L. Pieckenstain, F. Escaray, A. Erban, U. Kraemer, M. K. Udvardi and J. Kopka (2011) Comparative ionomics and metabolomics in extremophile and glycophytic Lotus species under salt stress challenge the metabolic pre-adaptation hypothesis
  • Soluble carbohydratesSanchez, D. H., F. L. Pieckenstain, F. Escaray, A. Erban, U. Kraemer, M. K. Udvardi and J. Kopka (2011) Comparative ionomics and metabolomics in extremophile and glycophytic Lotus species under salt stress challenge the metabolic pre-adaptation hypothesis
Habitat
  • B1 Coastal dunes and sandy shoresTHALEN, DCP (1971) VARIATION IN SOME SALTMARSH AND DUNE VEGETATIONS IN NETHERLANDS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO GRADIENT SITUATIONSTraveset, Anna; Castro-Urgal, Rocio; Rotllan-Puig, Xavier; Lazaro, Amparo (2018) Effects of habitat loss on the plant-flower visitor network structure of a dune community
Economic use
  • 3000.0 FORAGEEmery, K. M.; Beuselinck, P.; English, J. T. (2000) Evaluation of the population dynamics of the forage legume Lotus corniculatus using matrix population modelsEmery, K. M.; Beuselinck, P.; English, J. T. (2000) Evaluation of the population dynamics of the forage legume Lotus corniculatus using matrix population modelsTemel, Suleyman; Keskin, Bilal; Simsek, Ugur; Yilmaz, Ibrahim Hakki (2016) The Effect of Saline and Non-Saline Soil Conditions on Yield and Nutritional Characteristics of Some Perennial Legumes Forages
  • Crop listed by FAO
  • 7000.0 MEDICALLECLERC, H (1948) Bird's-foot trefoil (Lotus corniculatus L.) used as an antispasmodic.
Previously was:
  • 3000.0 FORAGETemel, Suleyman; Keskin, Bilal; Simsek, Ugur; Yilmaz, Ibrahim Hakki (2016) The Effect of Saline and Non-Saline Soil Conditions on Yield and Nutritional Characteristics of Some Perennial Legumes Forages
  • Crop listed by FAO
  • Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • on Bosc (39°46′28.11″N, 3°07′45.34″E) northern MallorcaTraveset, Anna; Castro-Urgal, Rocio; Rotllan-Puig, Xavier; Lazaro, Amparo (2018) Effects of habitat loss on the plant-flower visitor network structure of a dune community
    • Dutch West Frisian island Schiermonnikoog (53°29'N, 6°12'E)THALEN, DCP (1971) VARIATION IN SOME SALTMARSH AND DUNE VEGETATIONS IN NETHERLANDS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO GRADIENT SITUATIONS
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