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Report for Aloe vera (L.) Burm.f.

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Family Xanthorrhoeaceae
Genus Aloe
Species vera
Author (L.) Burm.f.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
Life form
Ecotypes YesKumar, Ravinder; Naik, Pradeep K.; Kumar, Anil; Aggarwal, Himanshu; Kumar, Ashok; Chhokar, Vinod (2016) A combined approach using RAPD, ISSR and bioactive compound for the assessment of genetic diversity in Aloe vera (L.) Burm.f.
Previously was: unknown
Max. salinity
180 mMMurillo-Amador, B., M. V. Cordoba-Matson, J. A. Villegas-Espinoza, L. G. Hernandez-Montiel, E. Troyo-Dieguez and J. L. Garcia-Hernandez (2014) Mineral Content and Biochemical Variables of Aloe vera L. under Salt StressSouguir, D., H. I. Abd-Alla, E. El Ferjani, M. L. Khouja and M. Hachicha (2015) Aloe vera long-term saline irrigation increases contents of hydrogen peroxide, lipid peroxidation and phenolic compoundsYin, X. M., L. T. Quan, N. Yang, C. F. Zheng, F. Shi, C. H. Wang and Q. S. Zheng (2016) Comparison of the distribution of mineral nutrients and active substances in dehydration- and salinity-stressed Aloe vera L
Germination unknown
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway CAMLin, Z. F., G. C. Sun, S. S. Li, G. Z. Lin and J. Y. Guo (1990) THE IDENTIFICATION OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC SUBPATHWAYS OF SOME C-4 AND CAM PLANTS
Molecular data
  • GenesSun, S. B., Q. R. Shen, J. M. Wan and Z. P. Liu (2003) Induced expression of the gene for NADP-malic enzyme in leaves of Aloe vera L. under salt stress
  • DNA markersKumar, Ravinder; Naik, Pradeep K.; Kumar, Anil; Aggarwal, Himanshu; Kumar, Ashok; Chhokar, Vinod (2016) A combined approach using RAPD, ISSR and bioactive compound for the assessment of genetic diversity in Aloe vera (L.) Burm.f.
Previously was:
  • GenesSun, S. B., Q. R. Shen, J. M. Wan and Z. P. Liu (2003) Induced expression of the gene for NADP-malic enzyme in leaves of Aloe vera L. under salt stress
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesKuncharoen, Nattakorn; Muramatsu, Yuki; Shibata, Chiyo; Kamakura, Yuki; Nakagawa, Yasuyoshi; Tanasupawat, Somboon (2017) Achromobacter aloeverae sp nov., isolated from the root of Aloe vera (L.) Burm.fMalleswari, D. and G. Bagyanarayana (2010) Isolation and Characterization of Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria from Rhizosphere of Some Medicinal PlantsSharma, Priyanka; Tyagi, Monika; Kharkwal, Amit; Cruz, Cristina; Varma, Ajit (2019) Symbiosis Between Sebacinales and Aloe vera
    Bioremediation YesKumar, Vaneet; Rehani, Vishal; Kaith, Balbir Singh; Saruchi (2018) Synthesis of a biodegradable interpenetrating polymer network of Av-cl-poly(AA-ipn-AAm) for malachite green dye removal: kinetics and thermodynamic studiesMorales, Gladis; Campillo, Gloria; Velez, Ederley; Osorio, Jaime; Urquijo, Jeaneth; Andres Velasquez, Alvaro (2019) Green synthesis of magnetic nanoparticles using leaf extracts of Aloe vera and Kalanchoe daigremontiana to remove divalent mercury from natural waters
    Previously was: unknown
    antioxidants
    • PhenolsSouguir, D., H. I. Abd-Alla, E. El Ferjani, M. L. Khouja and M. Hachicha (2015) Aloe vera long-term saline irrigation increases contents of hydrogen peroxide, lipid peroxidation and phenolic compounds
    • Antioxidant enzymesKavian, Saba; Safarzadeh, Sedigheh (2022) Zinc improves growth and antioxidant enzyme activity in Aloe vera plant under salt stress
    Previously was:
  • PhenolsSouguir, D., H. I. Abd-Alla, E. El Ferjani, M. L. Khouja and M. Hachicha (2015) Aloe vera long-term saline irrigation increases contents of hydrogen peroxide, lipid peroxidation and phenolic compounds
  • Secondary Metabolites
    • AloinYin, X. M., L. T. Quan, N. Yang, C. F. Zheng, F. Shi, C. H. Wang and Q. S. Zheng (2016) Comparison of the distribution of mineral nutrients and active substances in dehydration- and salinity-stressed Aloe vera L
    • PhenolsSaleh, Heba A.; Ahmed, Wafaa A.; El-Mandy, Laila D.; Matok, Hemat, I; Sobhy, Hasaan M. (2019) Evaluation of chemical composition, biological properties and biomedical effectiveness of Aloe vera
    • FlavonoidsSaleh, Heba A.; Ahmed, Wafaa A.; El-Mandy, Laila D.; Matok, Hemat, I; Sobhy, Hasaan M. (2019) Evaluation of chemical composition, biological properties and biomedical effectiveness of Aloe vera
    Previously was:
  • AloinYin, X. M., L. T. Quan, N. Yang, C. F. Zheng, F. Shi, C. H. Wang and Q. S. Zheng (2016) Comparison of the distribution of mineral nutrients and active substances in dehydration- and salinity-stressed Aloe vera L
  • Compatible Solutes
    • ProlineMurillo-Amador, B., M. V. Cordoba-Matson, J. A. Villegas-Espinoza, L. G. Hernandez-Montiel, E. Troyo-Dieguez and J. L. Garcia-Hernandez (2014) Mineral Content and Biochemical Variables of Aloe vera L. under Salt Stress
    Habitat
    Economic use
    • 7100.0 General Including Traditional medicinesChristaki, Efterpi V.; Florou-Paneri, Panagiota C. (2010) Aloe vera: A plant for many usesSanchez-Machado, Dalia I.; Lopez-Cervantes, Jairne; Sendon, Raquel; Sanches-Silva, Ana (2017) Aloe vera: Ancient knowledge with new frontiers
    • 7000.0 MEDICALMaan, Abid Aslam; Nazir, Akmal; Khan, Muhammad Kashif Iqbal; Ahmad, Tahir; Zia, Rabia; Murid, Misbah; Abrar, Muhammad (2018) The therapeutic properties and applications of Aloe vera: A reviewNORTHWAY, RB (1975) EXPERIMENTAL USE OF ALOE VERA EXTRACT IN CLINICAL PRACTICE
    • 8000.0 CHEMICALS Saleh, Heba A.; Ahmed, Wafaa A.; El-Mandy, Laila D.; Matok, Hemat, I; Sobhy, Hasaan M. (2019) Evaluation of chemical composition, biological properties and biomedical effectiveness of Aloe veraSarithaDevi, H., V; Swapna, M. S.; Ambadas, G.; Sankararaman, S. (2018) Low-temperature green synthesis of boron carbide using aloe vera
    • 0400.0 Miscellaneous food and drinksSoltanizadeh, Nafiseh; Ghiasi-Esfahani, Hossein (2015) Qualitative improvement of low meat beef burger using Aloe vera
    • 1200.0 Soap and soap substitutes Wulandini, R.; Irwansyah, F. S.; Windayani, N. (2019) Formulation of facial cleansing gels using aloe vera as natural surfactant
    • 1300.0 Cosmetics; see also 8511.0 Cosmetic essential oils, CHEMICAlSGuo, Xiaoqing; Mei, Nan (2016) Aloe vera: A review of toxicity and adverse clinical effectsKhatun, Mst Muslima; Tanny, Tanzena; Yesmin, Sabina; Salimullah, Md; Alam, Iftekhar (2018) Evaluation of genetic fidelity of in vitro-propagated Aloe vera plants using DNA-based markers
    Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    Miscellaneous notes Very many papers on medical uses and a large number of patents
    References

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