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Report for Suaeda glauca (Bunge) Bunge

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Family Amaranthaceae
Genus Suaeda
Species glauca
Author (Bunge) Bunge
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
Life form
  • Annual () Plants for a future
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
400 dS/mDuan, H. M., Y. C. Ma, R. R. Liu, Q. Li, Y. Yang and J. Song (2018) Effect of combined waterlogging and salinity stresses on euhalophyte Suaeda glaucaKim,, Ji Yong; 성필모; DEOGBAE, LEE; Chung, Nam-Jin (2019) Growth and Physiological Characteristics in a Halophyte Suaeda glauca under Different NaCl ConcentrationsKong, Y. and Y. B. Zheng (2015) Suaeda glauca Can Be Produced Hydroponically at Moderate NaCl SalinityYang, C. W., D. C. Shi and D. L. Wang (2008) Comparative effects of salt and alkali stresses on growth, osmotic adjustment and ionic balance of an alkali-resistant halophyte Suaeda glauca (Bge.)
Germination YesHan, Z. J., L. Cheng and Z. J. Li (2017) Evaluation of ten Chenopodiaceae species from the Tarim Basin for tolerance to salt stress during seed germinationWang, H. F., L. Kong, R. Gao, B. Abudureheman, X. Y. Li and Q. L. Li (2020) Germination biology of dimorphic seeds of the annual halophyte common seepweed (Suaeda glauca)Zhang, X. D., W. T. Xu, B. Yang, M. Nie and B. Li (2011) Seed germination traits of two plant functional groups in the saline deltaic ecosystems
Salt glands and bladders NoTeng Hong-Mei, SU Xian-Rong and CUI Dong-Ya (2009) The comparative Anatomy on Leaves of 4 Halophytes of Chenopodiaceae in Salt Lake of Yuncheng
Photosynthesis Pathway C3Wang, RZ (2007) delta C-13 values, photosynthetic pathways, and plant functional types for some plants from saline meadows, Northeastern China
Molecular data
  • DNALee, JS; Park, DS; Ihm, BS; Lee, WJ (2007) Taxonomic reappraisal on Suaeda australis (Chenopodiaceae) in Korea based on the morphological and molecular characteristics
  • Mitochondrial DNACheng, Y., X. X. He, S. Priyadarshani, Y. Wang, L. Ye, C. Shi, K. Z. Ye, Q. Zhou, Z. Q. Luo, F. Deng, L. Cao, P. Zheng, M. Aslam and Y. Qin (2021) Assembly and comparative analysis of the complete mitochondrial genome of Suaeda glauca
  • TranscriptomicsJin, H. X., D. K. Dong, Q. H. Yang and D. H. Zhu (2016) Salt-Responsive Transcriptome Profiling of Suaeda glauca via RNA Sequencing
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesGong, Y; Bai, JL; Yang, HT; Zhang, WD; Xiong, YW; Ding, P; Qin, S (2018) Phylogenetic diversity and investigation of plant growth-promoting traits of actinobacteria in coastal salt marsh plant rhizospheres from Jiangsu, ChinaJing, C. L., Z. C. Xu, P. Zou, Q. Tang, Y. Q. Li, X. W. You and C. S. Zhang (2019) Coastal halophytes alter properties and microbial community structure of the saline soils in the Yellow River Delta, ChinaKhalmuratova, I., D. H. Choi, J. R. Woo, M. J. Jeong, Y. Oh, Y. G. Kim, I. J. Lee, Y. S. Choo and J. G. Kim (2020) Diversity and Plant Growth-Promoting Effects of Fungal Endophytes Isolated from Salt-Tolerant PlantsLiu, Li; Liu, Xiaoguang; Du, Chao; Fang, Haitao; Zhang, Jiyun; Li, Wenjing; Cao, Litong; Gao, Li (2022) Spring diet and energy intake of whooper swans (Cygnus cygnus) at the Yellow River National Wetland in Baotou, China
Bioremediation YesZhang Ya; Chang Yajun; Liu Xiaojing; Li Naiwei; Yao Dongrui; Ji Hongjiu (2016) Purification effect of Suaeda glauca on eutrophic simulated seawater with different salt concentrations and its growth character
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
  • Methyl 3,5-di-O-caffeoyl quinateAn, R. B., D. H. Sohn, G. S. Jeong and Y. C. Kim (2008) In Vitro hepatoprotective compounds from Suaeda glauca
  • 3,5-di-O-caffeoyl quinic acidAn, R. B., D. H. Sohn, G. S. Jeong and Y. C. Kim (2008) In Vitro hepatoprotective compounds from Suaeda glauca
  • Isorhamnetin 3-O-beta-D-galactosideAn, R. B., D. H. Sohn, G. S. Jeong and Y. C. Kim (2008) In Vitro hepatoprotective compounds from Suaeda glauca
  • Quercetin glycoside An, R. B., D. H. Sohn, G. S. Jeong and Y. C. Kim (2008) In Vitro hepatoprotective compounds from Suaeda glauca
Compatible Solutes
  • GlycinebetaineYang, C. W., D. C. Shi and D. L. Wang (2008) Comparative effects of salt and alkali stresses on growth, osmotic adjustment and ionic balance of an alkali-resistant halophyte Suaeda glauca (Bge.)
  • ProlineKim,, Ji Yong; 성필모; DEOGBAE, LEE; Chung, Nam-Jin (2019) Growth and Physiological Characteristics in a Halophyte Suaeda glauca under Different NaCl ConcentrationsYang, C. W., D. C. Shi and D. L. Wang (2008) Comparative effects of salt and alkali stresses on growth, osmotic adjustment and ionic balance of an alkali-resistant halophyte Suaeda glauca (Bge.)
Habitat
  • A2.52 Upper saltmarshesLee, Jeom-Sook; Kim, Jong-Wook; Lee, Seung Ho; Myeong, Hyeon-Ho; Lee, Jung-Yun; Cho, Jang Sam (2016) Zonation and soil factors of salt marsh halophyte communitiesLi, J. S., T. Hussain, X. H. Feng, K. Guo, H. Y. Chen, C. Yang and X. J. Liu (2019) Comparative study on the resistance of Suaeda glauca and Suaeda salsa to drought, salt, and alkali stresses
  • H5 DesertsZhang Dong-mei; Zhao Wen-zhi; Luo Wei-cheng (2018) Niche and interspecific association of dominant plant species in saline. alkaline soils of desert steppe zone
Economic use
  • 3300.0 FodderLiu, Li; Liu, Xiaoguang; Du, Chao; Fang, Haitao; Zhang, Jiyun; Li, Wenjing; Cao, Litong; Gao, Li (2022) Spring diet and energy intake of whooper swans (Cygnus cygnus) at the Yellow River National Wetland in Baotou, ChinaSun, H. X. and D. W. Zhou (2010) Effect of dietary supplement of seed of a halophyte (Suaeda glauca) on feed and water intake, diet digestibility, animal performance and serum biochemistry in lambsSun, H. X., D. W. Zhou, C. S. Zhao, M. L. Wang, R. Z. Zhong and H. W. Liu (2012) Evaluation of yield and chemical composition of a halophyte (Suaeda glauca) and its feeding value for lambsSun, H. X., R. Z. Zhong, H. W. Liu, M. L. Wang, J. Y. Sun and D. W. Zhou (2015) Meat quality, fatty acid composition of tissue and gastrointestinal content, and antioxidant status of lamb fed seed of a halophyte (Suaeda glauca)
  • 7000.0 MEDICALAn, R. B., D. H. Sohn, G. S. Jeong and Y. C. Kim (2008) In Vitro hepatoprotective compounds from Suaeda glauca
  • 4500.0 Soil stabilizationLiu, Li; Liu, Xiaoguang; Du, Chao; Fang, Haitao; Zhang, Jiyun; Li, Wenjing; Cao, Litong; Gao, Li (2022) Spring diet and energy intake of whooper swans (Cygnus cygnus) at the Yellow River National Wetland in Baotou, China
Previously was:
  • 3300.0 FodderSun, H. X. and D. W. Zhou (2010) Effect of dietary supplement of seed of a halophyte (Suaeda glauca) on feed and water intake, diet digestibility, animal performance and serum biochemistry in lambsSun, H. X., D. W. Zhou, C. S. Zhao, M. L. Wang, R. Z. Zhong and H. W. Liu (2012) Evaluation of yield and chemical composition of a halophyte (Suaeda glauca) and its feeding value for lambsSun, H. X., R. Z. Zhong, H. W. Liu, M. L. Wang, J. Y. Sun and D. W. Zhou (2015) Meat quality, fatty acid composition of tissue and gastrointestinal content, and antioxidant status of lamb fed seed of a halophyte (Suaeda glauca)
  • 7000.0 MEDICALAn, R. B., D. H. Sohn, G. S. Jeong and Y. C. Kim (2008) In Vitro hepatoprotective compounds from Suaeda glauca
  • Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • North east ChinaYang, C. W., A. Jianaer, C. Y. Li, D. C. Shi and D. L. Wang (2008) Comparison of the effects of salt-stress and alkali-stress on photosynthesis and energy storage of an alkali-resistant halophyte Chloris virgata
    • Salt Lake of Yuncheng, ChinaTeng Hong-Mei, SU Xian-Rong and CUI Dong-Ya (2009) The comparative Anatomy on Leaves of 4 Halophytes of Chenopodiaceae in Salt Lake of Yuncheng
    • Yellow River delta, ChinaZhang, X. D., W. T. Xu, B. Yang, M. Nie and B. Li (2011) Seed germination traits of two plant functional groups in the saline deltaic ecosystems
    • Haixing County,Hebei Province, ChinaLi, J. S., T. Hussain, X. H. Feng, K. Guo, H. Y. Chen, C. Yang and X. J. Liu (2019) Comparative study on the resistance of Suaeda glauca and Suaeda salsa to drought, salt, and alkali stresses
    • The Yellow River National Wetland in Baotou, ChinaLiu, Li; Liu, Xiaoguang; Du, Chao; Fang, Haitao; Zhang, Jiyun; Li, Wenjing; Cao, Litong; Gao, Li (2022) Spring diet and energy intake of whooper swans (Cygnus cygnus) at the Yellow River National Wetland in Baotou, China
    Previously was:
  • North east ChinaYang, C. W., A. Jianaer, C. Y. Li, D. C. Shi and D. L. Wang (2008) Comparison of the effects of salt-stress and alkali-stress on photosynthesis and energy storage of an alkali-resistant halophyte Chloris virgata
  • Salt Lake of Yuncheng, ChinaTeng Hong-Mei, SU Xian-Rong and CUI Dong-Ya (2009) The comparative Anatomy on Leaves of 4 Halophytes of Chenopodiaceae in Salt Lake of Yuncheng
  • Yellow River delta, ChinaZhang, X. D., W. T. Xu, B. Yang, M. Nie and B. Li (2011) Seed germination traits of two plant functional groups in the saline deltaic ecosystems
  • Haixing County,Hebei Province, ChinaLi, J. S., T. Hussain, X. H. Feng, K. Guo, H. Y. Chen, C. Yang and X. J. Liu (2019) Comparative study on the resistance of Suaeda glauca and Suaeda salsa to drought, salt, and alkali stresses
  • Miscellaneous notes 150 references in Web of Science in mid-May 2021
    References

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