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Report for Panicum antidotale Retz.

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Family Poaceae
Genus Panicum
Species antidotale
Author Retz.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
Life form
Ecotypes YesAhmad, M. S. A., M. Ashraf and Q. Ali (2010) Soil salinity as a selection pressure is a key determinant for the evolution of salt tolerance in Blue Panicgrass (Panicum antidotale Retz.)Ashraf, M. Y., K. Akhter, F. Hussain and J. Iqbal (2006) Screening of different accessions of three potential grass species from Cholistan desert for salt tolerance
Max. salinity
200 mMAkhtar, P. and F. Hussain (2008) Salinity tolerance of three range grasses at germination and early growth stagesAkram, M. S., Q. Ali, H. U. R. Athar and A. S. Bhatt (2006) Ion uptake and distribution in Panicum antidotale Retz. under salt stressAshraf, M. (2003) Relationships between leaf gas exchange characteristics and growth of differently adapted populations of Blue panicgrass (Panicum antidotale Retz.) under salinity or waterloggingHussain, T., H. W. Koyro, B. Huchzermeyer and M. A. Khan (2015) Eco-physiological adaptations of Panicum antidotale to hyperosmotic salinity: Water and ion relations and anti-oxidant feedbackTomar, O. S., P. S. Minhas, V. K. Sharma and R. K. Gupta (2003) Response of nine forage grasses to saline irrigation and its schedules in a semi-arid climate of north-west India
Germination YesAkhtar, P. and F. Hussain (2008) Salinity tolerance of three range grasses at germination and early growth stagesAshraf, M. Y., K. Akhter, F. Hussain and J. Iqbal (2006) Screening of different accessions of three potential grass species from Cholistan desert for salt tolerance
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • Antioxidant enzymesAhmad, M. S. A., Q. Ali, M. Ashraf, M. Z. Haider and Q. Abbas (2009) Involvement of polyamines, abscisic acid and anti-oxidative enzymes in adaptation of Blue Panicgrass (Panicum antidotale Retz.) to saline environmentsHussain, T., H. W. Koyro, B. Huchzermeyer and M. A. Khan (2015) Eco-physiological adaptations of Panicum antidotale to hyperosmotic salinity: Water and ion relations and anti-oxidant feedback
  • AscorbateHussain, T., H. W. Koyro, B. Huchzermeyer and M. A. Khan (2015) Eco-physiological adaptations of Panicum antidotale to hyperosmotic salinity: Water and ion relations and anti-oxidant feedback
Secondary Metabolites
  • PolyaminesAhmad, M. S. A., Q. Ali, M. Ashraf, M. Z. Haider and Q. Abbas (2009) Involvement of polyamines, abscisic acid and anti-oxidative enzymes in adaptation of Blue Panicgrass (Panicum antidotale Retz.) to saline environments
Compatible Solutes
  • ProlineAhmad, M. S. A., M. Ashraf and Q. Ali (2010) Soil salinity as a selection pressure is a key determinant for the evolution of salt tolerance in Blue Panicgrass (Panicum antidotale Retz.)Ahmad, M. S. A., M. Ashraf and Q. Ali (2010) Soil salinity as a selection pressure is a key determinant for the evolution of salt tolerance in Blue Panicgrass (Panicum antidotale Retz.)Ahmad, M. S. A., Q. Ali, M. Ashraf, M. Z. Haider and Q. Abbas (2009) Involvement of polyamines, abscisic acid and anti-oxidative enzymes in adaptation of Blue Panicgrass (Panicum antidotale Retz.) to saline environmentsHussain, T., H. W. Koyro, B. Huchzermeyer and M. A. Khan (2015) Eco-physiological adaptations of Panicum antidotale to hyperosmotic salinity: Water and ion relations and anti-oxidant feedback
  • GlycinebetaineAhmad, M. S. A., M. Ashraf and Q. Ali (2010) Soil salinity as a selection pressure is a key determinant for the evolution of salt tolerance in Blue Panicgrass (Panicum antidotale Retz.)
Habitat
Economic use
  • 3000.0 FORAGEGul, B., R. Ansari, H. Ali, M. Y. Adnan, D. J. Weber, B. L. Nielsen, H. W. Koyro and M. A. Khan (2014) The sustainable utilization of saline resources for livestock feed production in arid and semi-arid regions: A model from PakistanTomar, O. S., P. S. Minhas, V. K. Sharma and R. K. Gupta (2003) Response of nine forage grasses to saline irrigation and its schedules in a semi-arid climate of north-west India
Distribution

No Distribution recorded for this taxon
Distribution (text)
  • Pakistan (Sind, Baluchistan, Punjab, N.W.F.P. & Kashmir); tropical Africa; Arabia, through Iran and Afghanistan to India.  () Flora of Pakistan
Previously was: empty
Miscellaneous notes
References

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