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Report for Agrostis stolonifera L.

updated: Aug 10th 2022, 6:04 am see all updates
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Family Poaceae
Genus Agrostis
Species stolonifera
Author L.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • psammophile
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
225 mMYu, Q., Z. H. Chang and D. Y. Li (2013) Physiological Responses of Creeping Bentgrass Cultivars to Carbonate, Chloride, and Sulfate SalinityZhimin Yang1*, Zuoliang Chang1, Lihong Sun1, Jingjin Yu1, Bingru Huang2 (2014) Physiological and Metabolic Effects of 5- Aminolevulinic Acid for Mitigating Salinity Stress in Creeping Bentgrass
Germination YesWang, S. and Q. Zhang (2010) Responses of Creeping Bentgrass to Salt Stress during In Vitro GerminationZhang, Q., S. Wang and K. Rue (2011) Salinity Tolerance of 12 Turfgrasses in Three Germination Media
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3Yang, Z. M. Yu, J. J. Merewitz, E. Huang, B. R. (2012) Differential Effects of Abscisic Acid and Glycine Betaine on Physiological Responses to Drought and Salinity Stress for Two Perennial Grass Species
Molecular data
  • ProteomicsXu, C. P., T. Sibicky and B. R. Huang (2010) Protein profile analysis of salt-responsive proteins in leaves and roots in two cultivars of creeping bentgrass differing in salinity tolerance
  • RNAYuan, Shuangrong; Zhao, Junming; Li, Zhigang; Hu, Qian; Yuan, Ning; Zhou, Man; Xia, Xiaoxia; Noorai, Rooksie; Saski, Christopher; Li, Shigui; Luo, Hong (2019) MicroRNA396-mediated alteration in plant development and salinity stress response in creeping bentgrass
Previously was:
  • ProteomicsXu, C. P., T. Sibicky and B. R. Huang (2010) Protein profile analysis of salt-responsive proteins in leaves and roots in two cultivars of creeping bentgrass differing in salinity tolerance
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
    Bioremediation unknown
    antioxidants
    • Antioxidant enzymesYang, Z. M. Yu, J. J. Merewitz, E. Huang, B. R. (2012) Differential Effects of Abscisic Acid and Glycine Betaine on Physiological Responses to Drought and Salinity Stress for Two Perennial Grass Species
    Secondary Metabolites
    • Organic AcidsZhimin Yang1*, Zuoliang Chang1, Lihong Sun1, Jingjin Yu1, Bingru Huang2 (2014) Physiological and Metabolic Effects of 5- Aminolevulinic Acid for Mitigating Salinity Stress in Creeping Bentgrass
    Compatible Solutes
    • GlycinebetaineYang, Z. M. Yu, J. J. Merewitz, E. Huang, B. R. (2012) Differential Effects of Abscisic Acid and Glycine Betaine on Physiological Responses to Drought and Salinity Stress for Two Perennial Grass Species
    Habitat
    • E6.21 Pannonic salt steppes and saltmarshesMeleckova, Z., D. Dite, P. E. Jun, V. Pis and D. Galvanek (2014) Succession of saline vegetation in Slovakia after a large-scale disturbance
    • A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbedsSuchrow, S. and K. Jensen (2010) Plant Species Responses to an Elevational Gradient in German North Sea Salt Marshes
    Economic use
    • 4000.0 LAND USEEvanylo, G., E. Ervin and X. Z. Zhang (2010) Reclaimed Water for Turfgrass Irrigation
    • 4800.0 Ornamental including turf grassesGladkov, Evgeny Aleksandrovich; Gladkova, Olga Victorovna (2021) Ornamental plants adapted to urban ecosystem pollution: lawn grasses tolerating deicing reagents
    • Crop listed by FAO
    Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • Baltic coastHulisz, P., A. Piernik, J. Mantilla-Contreras and T. Elvisto (2016) Main Driving Factors for Seacoast Vegetation in the Southern and Eastern Baltic
    • Pannonian salt steppes in SW SlovakiaMeleckova, Z., D. Dite, P. E. Jun, V. Pis and D. Galvanek (2014) Succession of saline vegetation in Slovakia after a large-scale disturbance
    • N coast of Germany approx. 55°N to 54°N and 8.5°E to 9°E;Suchrow, S. and K. Jensen (2010) Plant Species Responses to an Elevational Gradient in German North Sea Salt Marshes
    Previously was:
  • Europe
  • Pannonian salt steppes in SW SlovakiaMeleckova, Z., D. Dite, P. E. Jun, V. Pis and D. Galvanek (2014) Succession of saline vegetation in Slovakia after a large-scale disturbance
  • N coast of Germany approx. 55°N to 54°N and 8.5°E to 9°E;Suchrow, S. and K. Jensen (2010) Plant Species Responses to an Elevational Gradient in German North Sea Salt Marshes
  • Miscellaneous notes There are many varieties: see for example Wang and Zhang 2010 Agrostis stolonifera var. maritima (Lam.) W.D.J. Koch is a synonym of Agrostis stolonifera L.Wang, S. and Q. Zhang (2010) Responses of Creeping Bentgrass to Salt Stress during In Vitro Germination
    References

    Last Records approved
    Submitted by T J Flowers
    Sep 10th 2022, 6:13 pm

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Sep 10th 2022, 6:13 pm
    Submitted by T J Flowers
    Sep 10th 2022, 5:53 pm

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Sep 10th 2022, 5:54 pm
    Submitted by Mohammed Al-azzawi
    Sep 9th 2022, 11:04 am

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Sep 9th 2022, 8:07 pm
    Submitted by Mohammed Al-azzawi
    Sep 9th 2022, 10:47 am

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Sep 9th 2022, 8:06 pm
    Submitted by T J Flowers
    Sep 8th 2022, 6:36 am

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Sep 8th 2022, 6:36 am
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