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Report for Salicornia dolichostachya Moss

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Family Amaranthaceae
Genus Salicornia
Species dolichostachya
Author Moss
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Annual
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
500 mMKatschnig, D., R. Broekman and J. Rozema (2013) Salt tolerance in the halophyte Salicornia dolichostachya Moss: Growth, morphology and physiology
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Germination unknown
Salt glands and bladders NoMarius-Nicuşor Grigore, Constantin Toma (2010) Salt-secreting structures of Halophytes. An integrative approach (in Romanian)
Photosynthesis Pathway C3Katschnig, D., R. Broekman and J. Rozema (2013) Salt tolerance in the halophyte Salicornia dolichostachya Moss: Growth, morphology and physiology
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • GlycinebetaineKatschnig, D., R. Broekman and J. Rozema (2013) Salt tolerance in the halophyte Salicornia dolichostachya Moss: Growth, morphology and physiology
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Habitat
  • A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbedsBoestfleisch, C., N. B. Wagenseil, A. K. Buhmann, C. E. Seal, E. M. Wade, A. Muscolo and J. Papenbrock (2014) Manipulating the antioxidant capacity of halophytes to increase their cultural and economic value through saline cultivation
Economic use
Distribution
Distribution (text)
  • Europe - northwest: Lutjesstrand, Wieringen, The NetherlandsKatschnig, D., R. Broekman and J. Rozema (2013) Salt tolerance in the halophyte Salicornia dolichostachya Moss: Growth, morphology and physiology
  • Europe
  • North Sea coast (53829′13′′N; 8803′16′′E)Boestfleisch, C., N. B. Wagenseil, A. K. Buhmann, C. E. Seal, E. M. Wade, A. Muscolo and J. Papenbrock (2014) Manipulating the antioxidant capacity of halophytes to increase their cultural and economic value through saline cultivation
Previously was:
  • Europe - northwestKatschnig, D., R. Broekman and J. Rozema (2013) Salt tolerance in the halophyte Salicornia dolichostachya Moss: Growth, morphology and physiology
  • Europe
  • North Sea coast (53829′13′′N; 8803′16′′E)Boestfleisch, C., N. B. Wagenseil, A. K. Buhmann, C. E. Seal, E. M. Wade, A. Muscolo and J. Papenbrock (2014) Manipulating the antioxidant capacity of halophytes to increase their cultural and economic value through saline cultivation
  • Miscellaneous notes Optimal growth at 300 mM NaClKatschnig, D., R. Broekman and J. Rozema (2013) Salt tolerance in the halophyte Salicornia dolichostachya Moss: Growth, morphology and physiology
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    References

    Last Records approved
    Submitted by Joaquim Santos
    Sep 9th 2019, 9:26 am

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Sep 16th 2019, 5:50 am
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    Sep 16th 2019, 5:50 am

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    Sep 16th 2019, 5:50 am
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    Sep 8th 2019, 4:07 pm

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    Sep 8th 2019, 3:58 pm

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    Sep 8th 2019, 3:58 pm
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    Sep 7th 2019, 4:39 pm

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Sep 7th 2019, 4:39 pm
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