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Report for Plantago major L.

updated: Jun 25th 2015, 7:53 am see all updates
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Family Plantaginaceae
Genus Plantago
Species major
Author L.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • psammophile
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes Yes
Max. salinity
Previously was: 250
Germination unknownPons, T. L. and J. Vandertoorn (1988) Establishment of Plantago-Lanceolata L and Plantago-Major L among Grass .1. Significance of Light for GerminationVandertoorn, J. and T. I. Pons (1988) Establishment of Plantago-Lanceolata L and Plantago-Major L among Grass .2. Shade Tolerance of Seedlings and Selection on Time of Germination
Previously was: Yes
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3?
Molecular data
Previously was:
  • RNAPommerrenig, B; Papini-Terzi, FS; Sauer, N (2007) Differential regulation of sorbitol and sucrose loading into the phloem of plantago major in response to salt stress
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
    Previously was: Yes
    Bioremediation unknown
    Previously was: Yes
    antioxidants
    Previously was:
  • Antioxidant enzymesRadyukina, N. L., A. V. Kartashov, Y. V. Ivanov, N. I. Shevyakova and V. V. Kuznetsov (2007) Functioning of defense systems in halophytes and glycophytes under progressing salinityRadyukina, NL; Mapelli, S; Ivanov, YV; Kartashov, AV; Brambilla, I; Kuznetsov, VV (2009) Homeostasis of polyamines and antioxidant systems in roots and leaves of Plantago major under salt stress
  • Secondary Metabolites
    Previously was:
  • TerpenoidsSharifa, A. A.; Jamaludin, J.; Kiong, L. S.; Chia, L. A.; Osman, K. (2012) Anti-Urolithiatic Terpenoid Compound from Plantago major Linn. (Ekor Anjing)
  • Compatible Solutes
    Previously was:
  • SorbitolAl Hassan, M., A. Pacurar, M. P. Lopez-Gresa, M. P. Donat-Torres, J. V. Llinares, M. Boscaiu and O. Vicente (2016) Effects of Salt Stress on Three Ecologically Distinct Plantago SpeciesPommerrenig, B; Papini-Terzi, FS; Sauer, N (2007) Differential regulation of sorbitol and sucrose loading into the phloem of plantago major in response to salt stress
  • Habitat
    Previously was:
  • E Grasslands and lands dominated by forbs, mosses or lichensGrzybowska, B (2004) Arbuscular mycorrhiza of herbs colonizing a salt affected area near Krakow (Poland)
  • Economic use
    Previously was:
  • 7000.0 MEDICALOBOLENTSEVA, G. V.; KHADZHAI, Ya. I. (1966) Parmacologlcal study of Plantaglucide [Plantago major leaf extract used in the treatment of an acid gastritis and peptic ulcer] [Engl. sum.]Sharifa, A. A.; Jamaludin, J.; Kiong, L. S.; Chia, L. A.; Osman, K. (2012) Anti-Urolithiatic Terpenoid Compound from Plantago major Linn. (Ekor Anjing)
  • 7100.0 General Including Traditional medicinesCaro, Daneiva C.; Rivera, David E.; Ocampo, Yanet; Franco, Luis A.; Salas, Ruben D. (2018) Pharmacological Evaluation of Mentha spicata L. and Plantago major L., Medicinal Plants Used to Treat Anxiety and Insomnia in Colombian Caribbean CoastNajafian, Younes; Hamedi, Shokouh Sadat; Farshchi, Masoumeh Kaboli; Feyzabadi, Zohre (2018) Plantago major in Traditional Persian Medicine and modern phytotherapy: a narrative review.Samuelsen, AB (2000) The traditional uses, chemical constituents and biological activities of Plantago major L. A review
  • 0000.0 FOOD AND DRINKBehbahani, Behrooz Alizadeh; Shahidi, Fakhri; Yazdi, Farideh Tabatabaei; Mortazavi, Seyed Ali; Mohebbi, Mohebbat (2017) Use of Plantago major seed mucilage as a novel edible coating incorporated with Anethum graveolens essential oil on shelf life extension of beef in refrigerated storage
  • Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • Euro-Siberian region
    • Mediterranean region
    • Irano-Turanian region (casual)
    Previously was:
  • Euro-Siberian region
  • Mediterranean region
  • Irano-Turanian region (casual)
  • SharkiaGovernorate, Egypt.Romeh, AAA (2017) Phytoremediation of azoxystrobin and its degradation products in soil by P-major L. under cold and salinity stress
  • Southern PolandGrzybowska, B (2004) Arbuscular mycorrhiza of herbs colonizing a salt affected area near Krakow (Poland)
  • Miscellaneous notes
    Previously was: Sometimes used as a glycophyte control Very widespread distribution
    References

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