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Report for Polygonum maritimum L.

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Family Polygonaceae
Genus Polygonum
Species maritimum
Author L.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • psammophile
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
300 mMRodrigues, M. J., I. Monteiro, C. Placines, V. Castaneda-Loaiza, S. Slusarczyk, A. Matkowski, C. Pereira, P. Pousao-Ferreira and L. Custodio (2019) The irrigation salinity and harvesting affect the growth, chemical profile and biological activities of Polygonum maritimum L
Germination YesRodrigues, M. J., I. Monteiro, C. Placines, V. Castaneda-Loaiza, S. Slusarczyk, A. Matkowski, C. Pereira, P. Pousao-Ferreira and L. Custodio (2019) The irrigation salinity and harvesting affect the growth, chemical profile and biological activities of Polygonum maritimum L
Salt glands and bladders NoKosakivska, I.V. ; Babenko, L.M.; Shcherbatiuk, M.M.; Vedenicheva, N.P.; Sheyko, O.A.; Ivanova, A.P.; Angelova, L.E.; Maslenkova, L.T. (2017) The Microstructure Organization and Functional Peculiarities of Euphorbia paralias L. and Polygonum maritimum L. - Halophytic Plants from Dunes of Pomorie Lake (Bulgaria)
Photosynthesis Pathway C4?
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesMedina, J; Meier, S; Rubio, R; Curaqueo, G; Borie, F; Aguilera, P; Oehl, F; Cornejo, P (2015) Arbuscular mycorrhizal status of pioneer plants from the mouth of lake Budi, Araucania Region, Chile
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • AntioxidantsRodrigues, M. J., I. Monteiro, C. Placines, V. Castaneda-Loaiza, S. Slusarczyk, A. Matkowski, C. Pereira, P. Pousao-Ferreira and L. Custodio (2019) The irrigation salinity and harvesting affect the growth, chemical profile and biological activities of Polygonum maritimum LRukavina, Iva; Rodrigues, Maria Joao; Pereira, Catarina G.; Mansinhos, Ines; Romano, Anabela; Slusarczyk, Sylwester; Matkowski, Adam; Custodio, Luisa (2021) Greener Is Better: First Approach for the Use of Natural Deep Eutectic Solvents (NADES) to Extract Antioxidants from the Medicinal Halophyte Polygonum maritimum L.
  • Antioxidant enzymesDinler, BS; Aksoy, M (2014) DROUGHT TOLERANCE OF KNOTGRASS (POLYGONUM MARITIMUM L.) LEAVES UNDER DIFFERENT DROUGHT TREATMENTS
  • FlavonoidsRodrigues, M. J., I. Monteiro, C. Placines, V. Castaneda-Loaiza, S. Slusarczyk, A. Matkowski, C. Pereira, P. Pousao-Ferreira and L. Custodio (2019) The irrigation salinity and harvesting affect the growth, chemical profile and biological activities of Polygonum maritimum L
Secondary Metabolites
  • Plant hormonesKosakivska, I.V. ; Babenko, L.M.; Shcherbatiuk, M.M.; Vedenicheva, N.P.; Sheyko, O.A.; Ivanova, A.P.; Angelova, L.E.; Maslenkova, L.T. (2017) The Microstructure Organization and Functional Peculiarities of Euphorbia paralias L. and Polygonum maritimum L. - Halophytic Plants from Dunes of Pomorie Lake (Bulgaria)
  • PolygonophenoneKazantzoglou, Georgios; Magiatis, Prokopios; Kalpoutzakis, Eleftherios; Skaltsounis, Alexios-Leandros (2009) Polygonophenone, the First MEM-Substituted Natural Product, from Polygonum maritimum
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  • Plant hormonesKosakivska, I.V. ; Babenko, L.M.; Shcherbatiuk, M.M.; Vedenicheva, N.P.; Sheyko, O.A.; Ivanova, A.P.; Angelova, L.E.; Maslenkova, L.T. (2017) The Microstructure Organization and Functional Peculiarities of Euphorbia paralias L. and Polygonum maritimum L. - Halophytic Plants from Dunes of Pomorie Lake (Bulgaria)
  • Compatible Solutes
    Habitat
    • B1 Coastal dunes and sandy shoresElmas, Emire (2017) Ecophysiological characteristics and CSR strategies of four dune species
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    Economic use
    • 8000.0 CHEMICALS El Haci, Imad Abdelhamid; Mazari, Wissame; Atik-Bekkara, Fawzia; Mouttas-Bendimerad, Fatma; Hassani, Faycal (2020) Bioactive Compounds from the Flower Part of Polygonum maritimum L. Collected from Algerian CoastMahmoudi, Maher; Guemri, Ichraf; Boughalleb, Faycal; Zaidi, Slah; Hessini, Kamel; Abdellaoui, Raoudha (2021) Minerals, fatty acids, and antioxidant activity in sea knotgrass (Polygonum maritimum L.) seeds
    • 7100.0 General Including Traditional medicinesJovanovic, Marina; Srdic-Rajic, Tatjana; Svircev, Emilija; Jasnic, Nebojsa; Nikolic, Biljana; Bojic, Svetlana; Stevic, Tatjana; Knezevic-Vukcevic, Jelena; Mitic-Culafic, Dragana (2018) Evaluation of anticancer and antimicrobial activities of the Polygonum maritimum ethanol extractRodrigues, Maria Joao; Custodio, Luisa; Lopes, Andreia; Oliveira, Marta; Neng, Nuno R.; Nogueira, Jose M. F.; Martins, Alice; Rauter, Amelia P.; Varela, Joao; Barreira, Luisa (2017) Unlocking the in vitroanti- inflammatory and antidiabetic potential of Polygonum maritimum
    • 1300.0 Cosmetics; see also 8511.0 Cosmetic essential oils, CHEMICAlSRodrigues, Maria Joao; Matkowski, Adam; Slusarczyk, Sylwester; Magne, Christian; Poleze, Thatyana; Pereira, Catarina; Custodio, Luisa (2019) Sea knotgrass (Polygonum maritimum L.) as a potential source of innovative industrial products for skincare applications
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    Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • Mediterranean region (casual)
    • PortugalRodrigues, M. J., I. Monteiro, C. Placines, V. Castaneda-Loaiza, S. Slusarczyk, A. Matkowski, C. Pereira, P. Pousao-Ferreira and L. Custodio (2019) The irrigation salinity and harvesting affect the growth, chemical profile and biological activities of Polygonum maritimum L
    • Akliman in Sinop, TurkeyDinler, BS; Aksoy, M (2014) DROUGHT TOLERANCE OF KNOTGRASS (POLYGONUM MARITIMUM L.) LEAVES UNDER DIFFERENT DROUGHT TREATMENTS
    • Pomorie Lake, BulgariaKosakivska, I.V. ; Babenko, L.M.; Shcherbatiuk, M.M.; Vedenicheva, N.P.; Sheyko, O.A.; Ivanova, A.P.; Angelova, L.E.; Maslenkova, L.T. (2017) The Microstructure Organization and Functional Peculiarities of Euphorbia paralias L. and Polygonum maritimum L. - Halophytic Plants from Dunes of Pomorie Lake (Bulgaria)
    • Lake Budi, ChileMedina, J; Meier, S; Rubio, R; Curaqueo, G; Borie, F; Aguilera, P; Oehl, F; Cornejo, P (2015) Arbuscular mycorrhizal status of pioneer plants from the mouth of lake Budi, Araucania Region, Chile
    Miscellaneous notes Sea knotgras its common nameRodrigues, M. J., I. Monteiro, C. Placines, V. Castaneda-Loaiza, S. Slusarczyk, A. Matkowski, C. Pereira, P. Pousao-Ferreira and L. Custodio (2019) The irrigation salinity and harvesting affect the growth, chemical profile and biological activities of Polygonum maritimum L
    References

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