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Report for Atriplex halimus L.

updated: Nov 2nd 2016, 8:30 pm see all updates
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Family Amaranthaceae
Genus Atriplex
Species halimus
Author L.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • xerophyteBendaly, A., D. Messedi, A. Smaoui, R. Ksouri, A. Bouchereau and C. Abdelly (2016) Physiological and leaf metabolome changes in the xerohalophyte species Atriplex halimus induced by salinity
Life form
  • Shrub
Ecotypes Yes
Max. salinity
400 mMBendaly, A., D. Messedi, A. Smaoui, R. Ksouri, A. Bouchereau and C. Abdelly (2016) Physiological and leaf metabolome changes in the xerohalophyte species Atriplex halimus induced by salinityNada, R. M. and G. M. Abogadallah (2015) Developmental acquisition of salt tolerance in the halophyte Atriplex halimus L. is related to differential regulation of salt inducible genesOsmond C.B.; O. Bjorkman ; D.J. Anderson. (1980) Physiological processes in plant ecology: toward a synthesis with Atriplex
Germination YesBajji, M., J. M. Kinet and S. Lutts (2002) Osmotic and ionic effects of NaCl on germination, early seedling growth, and ion content of Atriplex halimus (Chenopodiaceae)Debez, A., W. Chaibi and S. Bouzid (2001) Effect of NaCl and growth regulators on germination of Atriplex halimus LMelone, L., G. S. Valenti and G. Dondero (1988) ATRIPLEX-HALIMUS L. SOME GERMINATION FEATURES IN RELATION TO THE SEED POLYMORPHISM AND TO THE MEDIUM SALINITYMunoz-Rodriguez, A. F., P. Rodriguez-Rubio, F. J. J. Nieva, F. Fernandez-Illescas, E. Sanchez-Gullon, J. M. Soto, V. Hermoso-Lopez and B. Marquez-Garcia (2012) THE IMPORTANCE OF BRACTEOLES IN ENSURING Atriplex halimus GERMINATION UNDER OPTIMAL CONDITIONSRachida, K., A. Merzouk, S.-M. Hassiba and B. Noury (2015) Germination of Atriplex halimus Linnaeus, 1753 (Caryophyllales Chenopodiaceae) in North West Algeria
Salt glands and bladders YesAndres, I. M. (1989) LEAF ANATOMY OF PLANTS FROM COSTAL MEDITERRANEAN SALT MARSHES DICOTYLEDONSMozafar, A. and J. R. Goodin (1970) Vesiculated Hairs: A Mechanism for Salt Tolerance in Atriplex halimus L.Salama, F. M., S. M. El-Naggar and T. Ramadan (1999) Salt glands of some halophytes in Egypt
Photosynthesis Pathway C4Ghaffari, S. M., Z. Balaei, T. Chatrenoor and H. Akhani (2015) Cytology of SW Asian Chenopodiaceae: new data from Iran and a review of previous records and correlations with life forms and C-4 photosynthesisPyankov, VI; Ziegler, H; Akhani, H; Deigele, C; Luttge, U (2010) European plants with C-4 photosynthesis: geographical and taxonomic distribution and relations to climate parametersShomer -Ilan, A., A. Nissenbaum and Y. Waisel (1981) Photosynthetic pathways and the ecological distribution of the Chenopodiaceae in IsraelWalker, D. J. and S. Lutts (2014) The tolerance of Atriplex halimus L. to environmental stresses
Molecular data
  • Quantification of genes expressions by semi-quantitative RT-PCRNada, R. M. and G. M. Abogadallah (2015) Developmental acquisition of salt tolerance in the halophyte Atriplex halimus L. is related to differential regulation of salt inducible genes
  • ITS in rRNA Ortiz-Dorda, J., C. Martinez-Mora, E. Correal, B. Simon and J. L. Cenis (2005) Genetic structure of Atriplex halimus populations in the Mediterranean Basin
  • DNA contentAouissat, M., M. Belkhoja, K. Hcini, D. J. Walker and E. Correal (2009) Estimation of nuclear DNA content in Algerian populations of Atriplex halimus and Atriplex canescens by flow cytometryKheiria, H., D. J. Walker, E. Correal and S. Bouzid (2008) Estimation of nuclear DNA content in populations of Atriplex halimus L. (Chenopodiaceae) by flow cytometry
Previously was:
  • Quantification of genes expressions by semi-quantitative RT-PCRNada, R. M. and G. M. Abogadallah (2015) Developmental acquisition of salt tolerance in the halophyte Atriplex halimus L. is related to differential regulation of salt inducible genes
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesBarness, G., S. Zaragoza, I. Shmueli and Y. Steinberger (2009) Vertical Distribution of a Soil Microbial Community as Affected by Plant Ecophysiological Adaptation in a Desert SystemHaddi, M. L., S. Filacorda, K. Meniai, F. Rollin and P. Susmel (2003) In vitro fermentation kinetics of some halophyte shrubs sampled at three stages of maturity
    Bioremediation YesGrafe, M; Klauber, C (2011) Bauxite residue issues: IV. Old obstacles and new pathways for in situ residue bioremediationManousaki, E. and N. Kalogerakis (2009) Phytoextraction of Pb and Cd by the Mediterranean saltbush (Atriplex halimus L.): metal uptake in relation to salinityParraga-Aguado, I., M. N. Gonzalez-Alcaraz, J. Alvarez-Rogel and H. M. Conesa (2014) Assessment of the employment of halophyte plant species for the phytomanagement of mine tailings in semiarid areasSuaire, R., I. Durickovic, L. Framont-Terrasse, J. Y. Leblain, A. C. De Rouck and M. O. Simonnot (2016) Phytoextraction of Na+ and Cl- by Atriplex halimus L. and Atriplex hortensis L.: A promising solution for remediation of road runoff contaminated with deicing saltsVan Oosten, M. J. and A. Maggio (2015) Functional biology of halophytes in the phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated soils
    antioxidants
    Secondary Metabolites
    Compatible Solutes
    • ProlineBajji, M., J. M. Kinet and S. Lutts (1998) Salt stress effects on roots and leaves of Atriplex halimus L. and their corresponding callus cultures
    • GlycinebetaineNada, R. M. and G. M. Abogadallah (2015) Developmental acquisition of salt tolerance in the halophyte Atriplex halimus L. is related to differential regulation of salt inducible genes
    Habitat
    • C1.5 Permanent inland saline and brackish lakes, ponds and poolsFernandez-Illescas, F., F. J. J. Nieva, B. Marquez-Garcia and A. F. Munoz-Rodriguez (2010) Pollen production in halophytic species of the Chenopodiaceae in a Mediterranean marshQasem, Jamal R. (2015) PROSPECTS OF WILD MEDICINAL AND INDUSTRIAL PLANTS OF SALINE HABITATS IN THE JORDAN VALLEY
    Economic use
    • 2110.0 Fuelwood
    • 3300.0 Fodder
    Distribution
    Distribution (text)
    • Saharo-Arabian region
    • Australia [introduced]
    • 75 km parallel to the Jordan River and the Dead Sea, and varies in width from 10 km at Wadi Hisban and Wadi Zarqa to about 2-3 km in Zara,JordanQasem, Jamal R. (2015) PROSPECTS OF WILD MEDICINAL AND INDUSTRIAL PLANTS OF SALINE HABITATS IN THE JORDAN VALLEY
    • Marismas del Odiel Natural Park (Huelva, south-west Spain)Fernandez-Illescas, F., F. J. J. Nieva, B. Marquez-Garcia and A. F. Munoz-Rodriguez (2010) Pollen production in halophytic species of the Chenopodiaceae in a Mediterranean marsh
    • sabkhet Elkalbia (saline region in the center of Tunisia, semi-arid climate, 35 49 N, 10 9 WBendaly, A., D. Messedi, A. Smaoui, R. Ksouri, A. Bouchereau and C. Abdelly (2016) Physiological and leaf metabolome changes in the xerohalophyte species Atriplex halimus induced by salinity
    • Baltim area, Egypt.Nada, R. M. and G. M. Abogadallah (2015) Developmental acquisition of salt tolerance in the halophyte Atriplex halimus L. is related to differential regulation of salt inducible genes
    Miscellaneous notes Salt bladders rather than glands. There are many (at least 120 in Nov 2016) publications on this species.
    Previously was: Salt bladders rather than glands
    References

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