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Report for Suaeda fruticosa Forssk. ex J.F.Gmel.

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Family Amaranthaceae
Genus Suaeda
Species fruticosa
Author Forssk. ex J.F.Gmel.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • xerophyte
Life form
  • Chaemaephyte
Ecotypes Yes
Max. salinity
1000 mMDevi, S., A. S. Nandwal, R. Angrish, S. S. Arya, N. Kumar and S. K. Sharma (2016) Phytoremediation potential of some halophytic species for soil salinityKhan, MA; Ungar, IA; Showalter, AM (2000) The effect of salinity on the growth, water status, and ion content of a leaf succulent perennial halophyte, Suaeda fruticosa (L.) ForsskPasternak, D. and A. Nerd (1996) Research and utilization of halophytes in Israel
Germination YesHameed, A., A. Rasheed, B. Gul and M. A. Khan (2014) Salinity inhibits seed germination of perennial halophytes Limonium stocksii and Suaeda fruticosa by reducing water uptake and ascorbate dependent antioxidant systemHameed, A., M. Z. Ahmed, S. Gulzar and M. A. Khan (2009) EFFECT OF DISINFECTANTS IN IMPROVING SEED GERMINATION OF SUAEDA FRUTICOSA UNDER SALINE CONDITIONSShah, S. Z., A. Rasheed, B. Gul, M. A. Khan, B. L. Nielsen and A. Hameed () Maternal salinity improves yield, size and stress tolerance of Suaeda fruticosa seeds
Salt glands and bladders NoLabidi, N., M. Ammari, D. Mssedi, M. Benzerti, S. Snoussi and C. Abdelly (2010) SALT EXCRETION IN SUAEDA FRUTICOSAWeiglin, C. and E. Winter (1991) LEAF STRUCTURES OF XEROHALOPHYTES FROM AN EAST JORDANIAN SALT PAN
Photosynthesis Pathway C4Ghaffari, S. M., Z. Balaei, T. Chatrenoor and H. Akhani (2015) Cytology of SW Asian Chenopodiaceae: new data from Iran and a review of previous records and correlations with life forms and C-4 photosynthesisShomer -Ilan, A., A. Nissenbaum and Y. Waisel (1981) Photosynthetic pathways and the ecological distribution of the Chenopodiaceae in Israel
Molecular data
  • TranscriptomicsDiray-Arce, J., A. Knowles, A. Suvorov, J. O'Brien, C. Hansen, S. M. Bybee, B. Gul, M. A. Khan and B. L. Nielsen (2019) Identification and evolutionary characterization of salt-responsive transcription factors in the succulent halophyte Suaeda fruticosaDiray-Arce, J; Clement, M; Gul, B; Khan, MA; Nielsen, BL (2015) Transcriptome assembly, profiling and differential gene expression analysis of the halophyte Suaeda fruticosa provides insights into salt tolerance
  • MetabolomicsYadav, S., H. O. Elansary, M. A. Mattar, K. M. Elhindi, M. A. Alotaibi and A. Mishra (2021) Differential Accumulation of Metabolites in Suaeda Species Provides New Insights into Abiotic Stress Tolerance in C-4-Halophytic Species in Elevated CO2 Conditions
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesAslam, F. and B. Ali (2018) Halotolerant Bacterial Diversity Associated with Suaeda fruticosa (L.) Forssk. Improved Growth of Maize under Salinity StressOuni, Y., A. Lakhdar, M. Rabhi, A. Smaoui, A. R. Maria and A. Chedly (2013) EFFECTS OF THE HALOPHYTES TECTICORNIA INDICA AND SUAEDA FRUTICOSA ON SOIL ENZYME ACTIVITIES IN A MEDITERRANEAN SABKHA
Bioremediation YesDevi, S., A. S. Nandwal, R. Angrish, S. S. Arya, N. Kumar and S. K. Sharma (2016) Phytoremediation potential of some halophytic species for soil salinityRabhi, M., N. Karray-Bouraoui, R. Medini, H. Attia, H. U. R. Athar, C. Abdelly and A. Smaoui (2010) Seasonal variations in phytodesalination capacity of two perennial halophytes in their natural biotope
antioxidants
  • AntioxidantsYadav, S., H. O. Elansary, M. A. Mattar, K. M. Elhindi, M. A. Alotaibi and A. Mishra (2021) Differential Accumulation of Metabolites in Suaeda Species Provides New Insights into Abiotic Stress Tolerance in C-4-Halophytic Species in Elevated CO2 Conditions
  • Antioxidant enzymesBankaji, I., I. Cacador and N. Sleimi (2015) Physiological and biochemical responses of Suaeda fruticosa to cadmium and copper stresses: growth, nutrient uptake, antioxidant enzymes, phytochelatin, and glutathione levels
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • GlycinebetaineKhan, MA; Ungar, IA; Showalter, AM (2000) The effect of salinity on the growth, water status, and ion content of a leaf succulent perennial halophyte, Suaeda fruticosa (L.) ForsskKhan, MA; Ungar, IA; Showalter, AM; Dewald, HD (1998) NaCl-induced accumulation of glycinebetaine in four subtropical halophytes from Pakistan
  • ProlineAziz, I., B. Gul, S. Gulzar and M. A. Khan (2011) SEASONAL VARIATIONS IN PLANT WATER STATUS OF FOUR DESERT HALOPHYTES FROM SEMI-ARID REGION OF KARACHI
Habitat
  • B Coastal habitatsGulzar, S. and M. A. Khan (1998) Diurnal water relations of inland and coastal halophytic populations from Pakistan
  • H Inland unvegetated or sparsely vegetated habitatsGulzar, S. and M. A. Khan (1998) Diurnal water relations of inland and coastal halophytic populations from PakistanNaz, N., M. Hameed, M. Ashraf, M. Arshad and M. S. A. Ahmad (2010) IMPACT OF SALINITY ON SPECIES ASSOCIATION AND PHYTOSOCIOLOGY OF HALOPHYTIC PLANT COMMUNITIES IN THE CHOLISTAN DESERT, PAKISTAN
  • A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbedsGopi, M; Kumar, MP; Jeevamani, JJJ; Raja, S; Muruganandam, R; Samuel, VD; Simon, NT; Viswanathan, C; Abhilash, KR; Krishnan, P; Purvaja, R; Ramesh, R (2019) Distribution and biodiversity of tropical saltmarshes: Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, Southeast coast of India
Economic use
  • 3300.0 FodderHessini, Kamel; Jeddi, Kaouthar; El Shaer, H. M.; Smaoui, Abderrazak; Ben Salem, Hichem; Siddique, Kadambot H. M. (2020) Potential of herbaceous vegetation as animal feed in semi-arid Mediterranean saline environments: The case for Tunisia
  • 0300.0 Cooking fats and oilsKafi, M; Salehi, M (2019) Potentially Domesticable Chenopodiaceae Halophytes of Iran
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Distribution
Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Distribution (text)
  • PakistanGulzar, S. and M. A. Khan (1998) Diurnal water relations of inland and coastal halophytic populations from PakistanNaz, N., M. Hameed, M. Ashraf, M. Arshad and M. S. A. Ahmad (2010) IMPACT OF SALINITY ON SPECIES ASSOCIATION AND PHYTOSOCIOLOGY OF HALOPHYTIC PLANT COMMUNITIES IN THE CHOLISTAN DESERT, PAKISTAN
  • Western IranMehrabian, A., A. Naqinezhad, A. S. Mahiny, H. Mostafavi, H. Liaghati and M. Kouchekzadeh (2009) Vegetation Mapping of the Mond Protected Area of Bushehr Province (South-west Iran)
  • Saudi ArabiaKhalik, KA; Al-Gohary, I; Al-Sodany, Y (2017) Floristic composition and vegetation: Environmental relationships of Wadi Fatimah, Mecca, Saudi Arabia
  • IndiaDevi, S; Kumar, A; Mann, A; Arya, SS; Chand, G; Kumar, N; Kumari, A; Pooja; Rani, B; Kumar, A (2019) Intra-habitat Variability of Halophytic Flora of North-west IndiaGopi, M; Kumar, MP; Jeevamani, JJJ; Raja, S; Muruganandam, R; Samuel, VD; Simon, NT; Viswanathan, C; Abhilash, KR; Krishnan, P; Purvaja, R; Ramesh, R (2019) Distribution and biodiversity of tropical saltmarshes: Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, Southeast coast of India
  • TunisiaHessini, Kamel; Jeddi, Kaouthar; El Shaer, H. M.; Smaoui, Abderrazak; Ben Salem, Hichem; Siddique, Kadambot H. M. (2020) Potential of herbaceous vegetation as animal feed in semi-arid Mediterranean saline environments: The case for Tunisia
Previously was:
  • PakistanGulzar, S. and M. A. Khan (1998) Diurnal water relations of inland and coastal halophytic populations from PakistanNaz, N., M. Hameed, M. Ashraf, M. Arshad and M. S. A. Ahmad (2010) IMPACT OF SALINITY ON SPECIES ASSOCIATION AND PHYTOSOCIOLOGY OF HALOPHYTIC PLANT COMMUNITIES IN THE CHOLISTAN DESERT, PAKISTAN
  • Western IranMehrabian, A., A. Naqinezhad, A. S. Mahiny, H. Mostafavi, H. Liaghati and M. Kouchekzadeh (2009) Vegetation Mapping of the Mond Protected Area of Bushehr Province (South-west Iran)
  • Saudi ArabiaKhalik, KA; Al-Gohary, I; Al-Sodany, Y (2017) Floristic composition and vegetation: Environmental relationships of Wadi Fatimah, Mecca, Saudi Arabia
  • IndiaDevi, S; Kumar, A; Mann, A; Arya, SS; Chand, G; Kumar, N; Kumari, A; Pooja; Rani, B; Kumar, A (2019) Intra-habitat Variability of Halophytic Flora of North-west IndiaGopi, M; Kumar, MP; Jeevamani, JJJ; Raja, S; Muruganandam, R; Samuel, VD; Simon, NT; Viswanathan, C; Abhilash, KR; Krishnan, P; Purvaja, R; Ramesh, R (2019) Distribution and biodiversity of tropical saltmarshes: Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, Southeast coast of India
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