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Report for Urochondra setulosa (Trin.) C.E.Hubb.

updated: Aug 19th 2016, 12:32 pm see all updates
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Family Poaceae
Genus Urochondra
Species setulosa
Author (Trin.) C.E.Hubb.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • psammophileKhan, D. and S. S. Shaukat (1997) Population structure, intraspecific competition and phasic development of Urochondra setulosa (Trin.) CE Hubb., a coastal halophytic grass of Pakistan
Life form
  • Perennial grassKhan, D. and S. S. Shaukat (1997) Population structure, intraspecific competition and phasic development of Urochondra setulosa (Trin.) CE Hubb., a coastal halophytic grass of Pakistan
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
Previously was: 500
Germination unknown
Previously was: Yes
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
Previously was:
  • PHOTOSYNTHETIC PIGMENTSBano, S., M. Z. Ahmed, Z. Abideen, M. Qasim, B. Gul and N. U. Khan (2022) Humic acid overcomes salinity barriers and stimulates growth of Urochondra setulosa by altering ion-flux and photochemistryMann, A., N. Kumar, A. Kumar, C. Lata, A. Kumar, B. L. Meena, D. Mishra, M. Grover, S. Gaba, C. Parameswaran and N. Mantri (2021) de novo transcriptomic profiling of differentially expressed genes in grass halophyte Urochondra setulosa under high salinity
  • TranscriptomicsMann, A., N. Kumar, A. Kumar, C. Lata, A. Kumar, B. L. Meena, D. Mishra, M. Grover, S. Gaba, C. Parameswaran and N. Mantri (2021) de novo transcriptomic profiling of differentially expressed genes in grass halophyte Urochondra setulosa under high salinity
  • GenesMann, A., N. Kumar, A. Kumar, C. Lata, A. Kumar, B. L. Meena, D. Mishra, M. Grover, S. Gaba, C. Parameswaran and N. Mantri (2021) de novo transcriptomic profiling of differentially expressed genes in grass halophyte Urochondra setulosa under high salinity
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
    Bioremediation unknown
    antioxidants
    Secondary Metabolites
    Previously was:
  • Sugars, ProlineBano, S., M. Z. Ahmed, Z. Abideen, M. Qasim, B. Gul and N. U. Khan (2022) Humic acid overcomes salinity barriers and stimulates growth of Urochondra setulosa by altering ion-flux and photochemistry
  • Compatible Solutes
    Previously was:
  • GlycinebetaineMann, A., N. Kumar, A. Kumar, C. Lata, A. Kumar, B. L. Meena, D. Mishra, M. Grover, S. Gaba, C. Parameswaran and N. Mantri (2021) de novo transcriptomic profiling of differentially expressed genes in grass halophyte Urochondra setulosa under high salinity
  • ProlineMann, A., N. Kumar, A. Kumar, C. Lata, A. Kumar, B. L. Meena, D. Mishra, M. Grover, S. Gaba, C. Parameswaran and N. Mantri (2021) de novo transcriptomic profiling of differentially expressed genes in grass halophyte Urochondra setulosa under high salinity
  • Habitat
    • B1 Coastal dunes and sandy shoresKhan, D. and S. S. Shaukat (1997) Population structure, intraspecific competition and phasic development of Urochondra setulosa (Trin.) CE Hubb., a coastal halophytic grass of Pakistan
    Previously was:
  • B1 Coastal dunes and sandy shoresKhan, D. and S. S. Shaukat (1997) Population structure, intraspecific competition and phasic development of Urochondra setulosa (Trin.) CE Hubb., a coastal halophytic grass of Pakistan
  • A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbedsBano, S., M. Z. Ahmed, Z. Abideen, M. Qasim, B. Gul and N. U. Khan (2022) Humic acid overcomes salinity barriers and stimulates growth of Urochondra setulosa by altering ion-flux and photochemistry
  • Economic use
    Previously was:
  • 3300.0 FodderBano, S., M. Z. Ahmed, Z. Abideen, M. Qasim, B. Gul and N. U. Khan (2022) Humic acid overcomes salinity barriers and stimulates growth of Urochondra setulosa by altering ion-flux and photochemistryGulzar, S., M. A. Khan and I. A. Ungar (2001) Effect of salinity and temperature on the germination of Urochondra setulosa (Trin.) CE HubbardKumar, S., A. Kumar, P. Kumar, R. Kumar, C. Lata, A. Kumar, P. G. Soni and P. Sheoran (2015) Effect of Salt Stress on Fodder Yield and Quality of Grass and Non-Grass Halophytes
  • Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • Hawkes Bay, Karachi, PakistanKhan, D. and S. S. Shaukat (1997) Population structure, intraspecific competition and phasic development of Urochondra setulosa (Trin.) CE Hubb., a coastal halophytic grass of Pakistan
    Previously was:
  • Hawkes Bay, Karachi, PakistanBano, S., M. Z. Ahmed, Z. Abideen, M. Qasim, B. Gul and N. U. Khan (2022) Humic acid overcomes salinity barriers and stimulates growth of Urochondra setulosa by altering ion-flux and photochemistryKhan, D. and S. S. Shaukat (1997) Population structure, intraspecific competition and phasic development of Urochondra setulosa (Trin.) CE Hubb., a coastal halophytic grass of Pakistan
  • Coastal OmanGhazanfar, S. A. (1999) Coastal vegetation of Oman
  • Gujarat, IndiaKumar, S., A. Kumar, P. Kumar, R. Kumar, C. Lata, A. Kumar, P. G. Soni and P. Sheoran (2015) Effect of Salt Stress on Fodder Yield and Quality of Grass and Non-Grass HalophytesMann, A., N. Kumar, A. Kumar, C. Lata, A. Kumar, B. L. Meena, D. Mishra, M. Grover, S. Gaba, C. Parameswaran and N. Mantri (2021) de novo transcriptomic profiling of differentially expressed genes in grass halophyte Urochondra setulosa under high salinity
  • Sind Province, PakistanGulzar, S., M. A. Khan and I. A. Ungar (2001) Effect of salinity and temperature on the germination of Urochondra setulosa (Trin.) CE Hubbard
  • Miscellaneous notes
    References

    Last Records approved
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    Sep 10th 2022, 6:13 pm

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    Approved by T J Flowers
    Sep 8th 2022, 6:36 am
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