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Report for Apocynum venetum L.

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Family Apocynaceae
Genus Apocynum
Species venetum
Author L.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • weedyThevs, N., S. Zerbe, Y. Kyosev, A. Rozi, B. Tang, N. Abdusalih and Z. Novitskiy (2012) Apocynum venetum L. and Apocynum pictum Schrenk (Apocynaceae) as multi-functional and multi-service plant species in Central Asia: a review on biology, ecology, and utilization
Previously was: empty
Life form
  • GeophyteThevs, N., S. Zerbe, Y. Kyosev, A. Rozi, B. Tang, N. Abdusalih and Z. Novitskiy (2012) Apocynum venetum L. and Apocynum pictum Schrenk (Apocynaceae) as multi-functional and multi-service plant species in Central Asia: a review on biology, ecology, and utilization
Previously was: empty
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
200 mMJiang, L., L. Wang, Z. Y. Zhao and C. Y. Tian (2015) FOLIAR-SPRAYING EXOGENOUS GLYCINEBETAINE IMPROVES PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND LEAF GROWTH IN LUOBUMA TEA (Apocynum venetum) SEEDLINGS UNDER SALT STRESS
Germination YesThevs, N., S. Zerbe, Y. Kyosev, A. Rozi, B. Tang, N. Abdusalih and Z. Novitskiy (2012) Apocynum venetum L. and Apocynum pictum Schrenk (Apocynaceae) as multi-functional and multi-service plant species in Central Asia: a review on biology, ecology, and utilizationZhang, X. D., W. T. Xu, B. Yang, M. Nie and B. Li (2011) Seed germination traits of two plant functional groups in the saline deltaic ecosystems
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
  • FlavenoidsKong, N. N., S. T. Fang, Y. Liu, J. H. Wang, C. Y. Yang and C. H. Xia (2014) Flavonoids from the halophyte Apocynum venetum and their antifouling activities against marine biofilm-derived bacteria
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
Economic use
  • 7000.0 MEDICALThevs, N., S. Zerbe, Y. Kyosev, A. Rozi, B. Tang, N. Abdusalih and Z. Novitskiy (2012) Apocynum venetum L. and Apocynum pictum Schrenk (Apocynaceae) as multi-functional and multi-service plant species in Central Asia: a review on biology, ecology, and utilizationXie, W. Y., X. Y. Zhang, T. Wang and J. J. Hu (2012) Botany, traditional uses, phytochemistry and pharmacology of Apocynum venetum L. (Luobuma): A review
  • 5000.0 FIBERSThevs, N., S. Zerbe, Y. Kyosev, A. Rozi, B. Tang, N. Abdusalih and Z. Novitskiy (2012) Apocynum venetum L. and Apocynum pictum Schrenk (Apocynaceae) as multi-functional and multi-service plant species in Central Asia: a review on biology, ecology, and utilization
Previously was:
  • 7000.0 MEDICALXie, W. Y., X. Y. Zhang, T. Wang and J. J. Hu (2012) Botany, traditional uses, phytochemistry and pharmacology of Apocynum venetum L. (Luobuma): A review
  • Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • The modern Yellow River delta, ChinaZhang, X. D., W. T. Xu, B. Yang, M. Nie and B. Li (2011) Seed germination traits of two plant functional groups in the saline deltaic ecosystems
    • Southeast Europe over Turkey, Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and Southern Sibiria to Mongolia, Northern China, and Japan.Thevs, N., S. Zerbe, Y. Kyosev, A. Rozi, B. Tang, N. Abdusalih and Z. Novitskiy (2012) Apocynum venetum L. and Apocynum pictum Schrenk (Apocynaceae) as multi-functional and multi-service plant species in Central Asia: a review on biology, ecology, and utilization
    Previously was:
  • The modern Yellow River delta, ChinaZhang, X. D., W. T. Xu, B. Yang, M. Nie and B. Li (2011) Seed germination traits of two plant functional groups in the saline deltaic ecosystems
  • Apocynum venetum is considered to be native to a wide range in northern Asia and SE Europe: Italy, Bulgaria, Romania, Yugoslavia, Turkey, Ukraine, Russia, Siberia, Central Asia, Iran, Iraq, Cyprus, Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, and Japan
  • Miscellaneous notes There are many papers on the medical uses of this species Thevs et al 2012 review the species.Thevs, N., S. Zerbe, Y. Kyosev, A. Rozi, B. Tang, N. Abdusalih and Z. Novitskiy (2012) Apocynum venetum L. and Apocynum pictum Schrenk (Apocynaceae) as multi-functional and multi-service plant species in Central Asia: a review on biology, ecology, and utilization
    Previously was: There are many papers on the medical uses of this species.
    References

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

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