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Report for Acacia ampliceps Maslin

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Family Fabaceae
Genus Acacia
Species ampliceps
Author Maslin
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
Life form
  • Tree
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
300 mMAbbas, G., M. Saqib, J. Akhtar and S. M. A. Basra (2013) SALINITY TOLERANCE POTENTIAL OF TWO ACACIA SPECIES AT EARLY SEEDLING STAGEShirazi, M. U., M. A. Khan, M. Ali, S. M. Mujtaba, S. Mumtaz, M. Ali, B. Khanzada, M. A. Halo, M. Rafique, J. A. Shah, K. A. Jafri and N. Depar (2006) Growth performance and nutrient contents of some salt tolerant multipurpose tree species growing under saline environment
Germination YesTheerawitaya, C., R. Tisarum, T. Samphumphuang, H. P. Singh, S. Cha-Um, C. Kirdmanee and T. Takabe (2015) Physio-biochemical and morphological characters of halophyte legume shrub, Acacia ampliceps seedlings in response to salt stress under greenhouse
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation YesAbbas, G; Saqib, M; Akhtar, J; Murtaza, G; Shahid, M; Hussain, A (2016) Relationship between rhizosphere acidification and phytoremediation in two acacia species
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • ProlineTheerawitaya, C., R. Tisarum, T. Samphumphuang, H. P. Singh, S. Cha-Um, C. Kirdmanee and T. Takabe (2015) Physio-biochemical and morphological characters of halophyte legume shrub, Acacia ampliceps seedlings in response to salt stress under greenhouse
Habitat
Economic use
  • 2000.0 TIMBERMAGHEMBE, JA; PRINS, H (1994) PERFORMANCE OF MULTIPURPOSE TREES FOR AGROFORESTRY 2 YEARS AFTER PLANTING AT MAKOKA, MALAWIShirazi, M. U., M. A. Khan, M. Ali, S. M. Mujtaba, S. Mumtaz, M. Ali, B. Khanzada, M. A. Halo, M. Rafique, J. A. Shah, K. A. Jafri and N. Depar (2006) Growth performance and nutrient contents of some salt tolerant multipurpose tree species growing under saline environment
Distribution
Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Distribution (text)
  • Proka farm, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, PakistanAbbas, G; Saqib, M; Akhtar, J; Murtaza, G; Shahid, M; Hussain, A (2016) Relationship between rhizosphere acidification and phytoremediation in two acacia species
  • Karak/KPK, PakistanKhan, Shahzeb Ullah; Zafar, Muhammad; Ullah, Riaz; Shahat, Abdelaaty A.; Ahmad, Mushtaq; Sultana, Shazia; Malik, Khafsa (2021) Pollen diversity and its implications to the systematics of mimosaceous species byLMandSEM
Previously was:
  • Proka farm, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, PakistanAbbas, G; Saqib, M; Akhtar, J; Murtaza, G; Shahid, M; Hussain, A (2016) Relationship between rhizosphere acidification and phytoremediation in two acacia species
  • Miscellaneous notes "Acacia ampliceps was more salt tolerant than Acacia nilotica" (Abbas et al 2013) It could tolerate up to 600 mM NaCl (Theerawitaya et al 2015).Abbas, G., M. Saqib, J. Akhtar and S. M. A. Basra (2013) SALINITY TOLERANCE POTENTIAL OF TWO ACACIA SPECIES AT EARLY SEEDLING STAGEAshraf, M. Y., M. U. Shirazi, M. Ashraf, G. Sarwar and M. A. Khan (2005) Utilization of salt-affected soils by growing some acacia species
    References

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