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Report for Acacia saligna (Labill.) Wendl.

updated: Oct 16th 2016, 10:39 am see all updates
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Family Fabaceae
Genus Acacia
Species saligna
Author (Labill.) Wendl.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
Life form
  • Tree
Ecotypes YesByrne, M. and L. Broadhurst (2003) Genetic diversity and the utilisation of Acacia species complexes in agroforestry in Western AustraliaGeorge, N., M. Byrne, B. Maslin and G. Yan (2006) Genetic differentiation among morphological variants of Acacia saligna (Mimosaceae)Marcar, N. E., D. F. Crawford, A. Hossain and A. T. Nicholson (2003) Survival and growth of tree species and provenances in response to salinity on a discharge site
Max. salinity
6.91 dS/mMarcar, N. E., D. F. Crawford, A. Hossain and A. T. Nicholson (2003) Survival and growth of tree species and provenances in response to salinity on a discharge site
Germination YesMeloni, F; Dettori, CA; Mascia, F; Podda, L; Bacchetta, G (2015) What does the germination ecophysiology of the invasive Acacia saligna (Labill.) Wendl. (Fabaceae) teach us for its management?
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Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesAmrani, S., N.-E. Noureddine, T. Bhatnagar, M. Argandona, J. J. Nieto and C. Vargas (2010) Phenotypic and genotypic characterization of rhizobia associated with Acacia saligna (Labill.) Wendl. in nurseries from AlgeriaBoukhatem, Z. F., O. Domergue, A. Bekki, C. Merabet, S. Sekkour, F. Bouazza, R. Duponnois, P. de Lajudie and A. Galiana (2012) Symbiotic characterization and diversity of rhizobia associated with native and introduced acacias in arid and semi-arid regions in AlgeriaCraig, G. F., C. A. Atkins and D. T. Bell (1991) EFFECT OF SALINITY ON GROWTH OF 4 STRAINS OF RHIZOBIUM AND THEIR INFECTIVITY AND EFFECTIVENESS ON 2 SPECIES OF ACACIAKoreish, E. A., M. H. El-Lakany, M. H. El-Halfawi and A. S. Abdel-Ghaffar (1997) Nodulation and dinitrogen fixation by Acacia saligna seedlings as influenced by soil type and salinity
Bioremediation unknown
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antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • B Coastal habitatsMeloni, F; Dettori, CA; Mascia, F; Podda, L; Bacchetta, G (2015) What does the germination ecophysiology of the invasive Acacia saligna (Labill.) Wendl. (Fabaceae) teach us for its management?
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Economic use
Distribution

No Distribution recorded for this taxon
Distribution (text)
  • Sardinia, italyMeloni, F; Dettori, CA; Mascia, F; Podda, L; Bacchetta, G (2015) What does the germination ecophysiology of the invasive Acacia saligna (Labill.) Wendl. (Fabaceae) teach us for its management?
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Miscellaneous notes Survival differed between accessions from 20% to 80%Marcar, N. E., D. F. Crawford, A. Hossain and A. T. Nicholson (2003) Survival and growth of tree species and provenances in response to salinity on a discharge site
References

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