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Report for Suaeda maritima (L.) Dumort.

updated: Jul 23rd 2015, 9:59 am see all updates
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Family Amaranthaceae
Genus Suaeda
Species maritima
Author (L.) Dumort.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Succulent
  • Annual
Ecotypes Yes
Max. salinity
48.6 dS/mYeo, A. R. and T. J. Flowers (1980) Salt tolerance in the halophyte Suaeda maritima (L.) Dum.: evaluation of the effect of salinity upon growth.
Germination YesUngar, I. A. and J. Boucaud (1975) INFLUENCE OF HIGH-CONCENTRATIONS OF NACL ON PRODUCTION OF CYTOKININS DURING GERMINATION OF A HALOPHYTE - SUAEDA-MARITIMA (L) DUM VAR, MACROCARPA MOQUngar, I. A. and J. Boucaud (1975) INFLUENCE OF HIGH-CONCENTRATIONS OF NACL ON PRODUCTION OF CYTOKININS DURING GERMINATION OF A HALOPHYTE - SUAEDA-MARITIMA (L) DUM VAR, MACROCARPA MOQWetson, A. M., C. Cassaniti and T. J. Flowers (2008) Do conditions during dormancy influence germination of Suaeda maritima?
Salt glands and bladders No
Photosynthesis Pathway C3
Molecular data
  • ITS and psbB-psbH spacer region sequencesLee, JS; Park, DS; Ihm, BS; Lee, WJ (2007) Taxonomic reappraisal on Suaeda australis (Chenopodiaceae) in Korea based on the morphological and molecular characteristics
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesChaudhary, D. R., R. K. Gautam, B. Yousuf, A. Mishra and B. Jha (2015) Nutrients, microbial community structure and functional gene abundance of rhizosphere and bulk soils of halophytes
Previously was: unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • GutathioneAlhdad, G. M., C. E. Seal, M. J. Al-Azzawi and T. J. Flowers (2013) The effect of combined salinity and waterlogging on the halophyte Suaeda maritima: The role of antioxidantsThatoi, H. N., J. K. Patra and S. K. Das (2014) Free radical scavenging and antioxidant potential of mangrove plants: a review
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • GlycinebetaineFlowers, T. J. and J. L. Hall (1978) SALT TOLERANCE IN HALOPHYTE, SUAEDA-MARITIMA (L) DUM - INFLUENCE OF SALINITY OF CULTURE SOLUTION ON CONTENT OF VARIOUS ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS
Habitat
  • D6.1 Inland saltmarshes
  • A2.51 Saltmarsh driftlines
  • A2.54 Low-mid saltmarshes
Previously was:
  • A2.54 Low-mid saltmarshes
  • A2.51 Saltmarsh driftlines
  • D6.1 Inland saltmarshes
  • Economic use
    • 3300.0 Fodder
    • 0410.0 Salt and salt substitutes
    • 0310.0 Oilseed
    Distribution
    Distribution (text)
    • Old World tropics
    • Irano-Turanian region
    • Saharo-Arabian region
    • Sudanian region
    Miscellaneous notes *Salinity range on inland salt marshes in Central Europe: ECe 14,6-48,6 dS/m; opt. 31,4 dS/m
    References

    Last Records approved
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    Jun 10th 2019, 10:13 am

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