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Report for Tripolium pannonicum (L.) Greuter

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Family Compositae
Genus Tripolium
Species pannonicum
Author (L.) Greuter
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
118 dS/mPiernik A. (2012) Ecological pattern of inland salt marsh vegetation in Central Europe
Germination unknown
Salt glands and bladders NoMarius-Nicuşor G, Ivănescu L, Toma C (2014) Halophytes. An integrative anatomical study
Previously was: unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3Marius-Nicuşor G, Ivănescu L, Toma C (2014) Halophytes. An integrative anatomical study
Molecular data
  • The amount of nuclear DNA, expressed as the C -value was estimatedKoce, J. D., S. Skondric, T. Bacic and M. Dermastia (2008) Amounts of nuclear DNA in marine halophytes
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesFuzy, A., B. Biro and T. Toth (2010) Short communication. Effect of saline soil parameters on endomycorrhizal colonisation of dominant halophytes in four Hungarian sitesRuppel, S., P. Franken and K. Witzel (2013) Properties of the halophyte microbiome and their implications for plant salt tolerance
Bioremediation YesQuinta, R., P. W. Hill, D. L. Jones, R. Santos, D. N. Thomas and L. Le Vay (2015) Uptake of an amino acid (alanine) and its peptide (trialanine) by the saltmarsh halophytes Salicornia europaea and Aster tripolium and its potential role in ecosystem N cycling and marine aquaculture wastewater treatment
antioxidants
  • Antioxidant activity of the extractsStankovic, M. S., M. Petrovic, D. Godjevac and Z. D. Stevanovic (2015) Screening inland halophytes from the central Balkan for their antioxidant activity in relation to total phenolic compounds and flavonoids: Are there any prospective medicinal plants?
Secondary Metabolites
  • Total phenols, flavonoidsStankovic, M. S., M. Petrovic, D. Godjevac and Z. D. Stevanovic (2015) Screening inland halophytes from the central Balkan for their antioxidant activity in relation to total phenolic compounds and flavonoids: Are there any prospective medicinal plants?
Compatible Solutes
  • Pinitol, InositolGil, R., M. Boscaiu, C. Lull, I. Bautista, A. Lidon and O. Vicente (2013) Are soluble carbohydrates ecologically relevant for salt tolerance in halophytes?
Habitat
  • D6.1 Inland saltmarshesCott, G. M., D. V. Chapman and M. A. K. Jansen (2014) Differences in nitrogen-assimilating enzyme activity in halophyte species are habitat-relatedPiernik, A. (2005) Vegetation-environment relations on inland saline habitats in Central PolandPiernik, A., P. Hulisz and A. Rokicka (2015) Micropattern of halophytic vegetation on technogenic soils affected by the soda industry
  • E6.2 Continental inland salt steppesMeleckova et al (2013) Effect of experimental top soil removal on vegetation of Pannonian salt steppesStankovic, M. S., M. Petrovic, D. Godjevac and Z. D. Stevanovic (2015) Screening inland halophytes from the central Balkan for their antioxidant activity in relation to total phenolic compounds and flavonoids: Are there any prospective medicinal plants?
  • C1.5 Permanent inland saline and brackish lakes, ponds and poolsBorsodi, AK ; Barany, A ; Krett, G ; Marialigeti, K  ; Szili-Kovacs, T () DIVERSITY AND ECOLOGICAL TOLERANCE OF BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM THE RHIZOSPHERE OF HALOPHYTON PLANTS LIVING NEARBY KISKUNSAG SODA PONDS, HUNGARYQasem, Jamal R. (2015) PROSPECTS OF WILD MEDICINAL AND INDUSTRIAL PLANTS OF SALINE HABITATS IN THE JORDAN VALLEY
  • 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
  • 0111.3 Leaves
Distribution
Distribution (text)
  • Europe
  • Asia
  • Saline habitats of central Balkan, SerbiaStankovic, M. S., M. Petrovic, D. Godjevac and Z. D. Stevanovic (2015) Screening inland halophytes from the central Balkan for their antioxidant activity in relation to total phenolic compounds and flavonoids: Are there any prospective medicinal plants?
  • 75 km parallel to the Jordan River and the Dead Sea, and varies in width from 10 km at Wadi Hisban and Wadi Zarqa to about 2-3 km in Zara, JordanQasem, Jamal R. (2015) PROSPECTS OF WILD MEDICINAL AND INDUSTRIAL PLANTS OF SALINE HABITATS IN THE JORDAN VALLEY
  • Inowrocław-Mątwy, north-central Poland (52°45ʹ35ʹ’N, 18°13ʹ43ʹ’E)Piernik, A., P. Hulisz and A. Rokicka (2015) Micropattern of halophytic vegetation on technogenic soils affected by the soda industry
  • Kiskunsag soda ponds,HungaryBorsodi, AK ; Barany, A ; Krett, G ; Marialigeti, K  ; Szili-Kovacs, T () DIVERSITY AND ECOLOGICAL TOLERANCE OF BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM THE RHIZOSPHERE OF HALOPHYTON PLANTS LIVING NEARBY KISKUNSAG SODA PONDS, HUNGARY
  • South-western coast, IrelandCott, G. M., D. V. Chapman and M. A. K. Jansen (2014) Differences in nitrogen-assimilating enzyme activity in halophyte species are habitat-related
  • 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
  • Kamenínske Slanisko Nature Reserve in SW SlovakiaMeleckova et al (2013) Effect of experimental top soil removal on vegetation of Pannonian salt steppes
Miscellaneous notes Tripolium pannonicum subsp. tripolium is the accepted name for Aster tripolium Salinity range on inland salt marshes in Central Europe: ECe 1.87-118 dS/m; opt. 29.3 dS/m Piernik A. (2012) Ecological pattern of inland salt marsh vegetation in Central Europe
References

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