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Report for Lasiurus scindicus Henrard

inserted: Jun 14th 2016, 8:39 am

Family Poaceae
Genus Lasiurus
Species scindicus
Author Henrard
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
Previously was:
  • xerohalophyte
  • Life form
    Previously was:
  • Perennial grassArshad, M., I. Hussain, M. Y. Ashraf, S. Noureen and M. Mukhtar (2009) STUDY ON AGROMORPHOLOGICAL VARIATION IN GERMPLASAM OF LASIURUS SCINDICUS FROM CHOLISTAN DESERT, PAKISTAN
  • Ecotypes unknown
    Previously was: Yes
    Max. salinity
    300 mMNaz, N., T. Rafique, M. Hameed, M. Ashraf, R. Batool and S. Fatima (2014) Morpho-anatomical and physiological attributes for salt tolerance in sewan grass (Lasiurus scindicus Henr.) from Cholistan Desert, Pakistan
    Germination unknown
    Previously was: Yes
    Salt glands and bladders unknown
    Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
    Molecular data
    Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
    Bioremediation unknown
    antioxidants
    Previously was:
  • Antioxidant enzymesGoswami, Bhuwnesh; Rankawat, Rekha; Gadi, B. R. (2019) LIPID PEROXIDATION, ANTIOXIDANT DEFENSE SYSTEM AND PROLINE ACCUMULATION IN SEEDLINGS OF LASIURUS SINDICUS HENERD IN RESPONSE TO SALT STRESS
  • Secondary Metabolites
    Compatible Solutes
    Previously was:
  • ProlineGoswami, Bhuwnesh; Rankawat, Rekha; Gadi, B. R. (2019) LIPID PEROXIDATION, ANTIOXIDANT DEFENSE SYSTEM AND PROLINE ACCUMULATION IN SEEDLINGS OF LASIURUS SINDICUS HENERD IN RESPONSE TO SALT STRESSNaz, N., T. Rafique, M. Hameed, M. Ashraf, R. Batool and S. Fatima (2014) Morpho-anatomical and physiological attributes for salt tolerance in sewan grass (Lasiurus scindicus Henr.) from Cholistan Desert, Pakistan
  • Habitat
    Economic use
    Previously was:
  • 3000.0 FORAGEArshad, M., I. Hussain, M. Y. Ashraf, S. Noureen and M. Mukhtar (2009) STUDY ON AGROMORPHOLOGICAL VARIATION IN GERMPLASAM OF LASIURUS SCINDICUS FROM CHOLISTAN DESERT, PAKISTANAshraf, M., M. Hameed, M. Arshad, Y. Ashraf and K. Akhtar (2006) Salt tolerance of some potential forage grasses from Cholistan desert of PakistanOsman, A. E.; Makawi, M.; Ahmed, R. (2008) Potential of the indigenous desert grasses of the Arabian Peninsula for forage production in a water-scarce region
  • 7100.0 General Including Traditional medicinesAhmed, Nadeem; Mahmood, Aqeel; Mahmood, Adeel; Tahir, S. S.; Bano, Asghari; Malik, Riffat Naseem; Hassan, Seema; Ishtiaq, Muhammad (2014) Relative importance of indigenous medicinal plants from Layyah district, Punjab Province, Pakistan
  • Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • Cholistan Desert PakistanNaz, N., T. Rafique, M. Hameed, M. Ashraf, R. Batool and S. Fatima (2014) Morpho-anatomical and physiological attributes for salt tolerance in sewan grass (Lasiurus scindicus Henr.) from Cholistan Desert, Pakistan
    Previously was:
  • Cholistan Desert PakistanNaz, N., T. Rafique, M. Hameed, M. Ashraf, R. Batool and S. Fatima (2014) Morpho-anatomical and physiological attributes for salt tolerance in sewan grass (Lasiurus scindicus Henr.) from Cholistan Desert, Pakistan
  • Arid to semiarid areas of PakistanMustafa, F; Ahmad, F; Hameed, M; Sadia, B (2019) Anatomical Adaptations for Drought Tolerance in Lasiurus scindicus from Punjab, Pakistan
  • Thar desert, IndiaGadi, B. R.; Goswami, Bhuwnesh (2016) EFFECT OF SALT STRESS ON EARLY SEEDLING GROWTH AND CHLOROPHYLL STABILITY INDEX OF LASIURUS SINDICUS HENERD : ENDEMIC TO INDIAN THAR DESERT
  • Miscellaneous notes
    Previously was: In Menzel and Lieth
    References

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