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Report for Atriplex undulata (Moq.) D.Dietr.

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Family Amaranthaceae
Genus Atriplex
Species undulata
Author (Moq.) D.Dietr.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • xerophyte
Life form
  • Chaemaephyte
Ecotypes Yes
Max. salinity
32 dS/mAsad, A. (2002) Growing Atriplex and Maireana species in saline sodic and waterlogged soilsCantero, J. J., J. M. Cisneros, M. Zobel and A. Cantero (1998) Environmental relationships of vegetation. Patterns in saltmarshes of central ArgentinaCantero, J. J., J. M. Cisneros, M. Zobel and A. Cantero (1998) Environmental relationships of vegetation. Patterns in saltmarshes of central ArgentinaSmith, M. K. and J. A. McComb (1981) Effect of NaCl on the growth of whole plants and their callus cultures
Germination YesEissa, M. A. (2015) Impact of Compost on Metals Phytostabilization Potential of Two Halophytes SpeciesPiovan, M. J., G. M. Zapperi and P. D. Pratolongo (2014) Seed germination of Atriplex undulata under saline and alkaline conditionsStevens, J. C., E. G. Barrett-Lennard and K. W. Dixon (2006) Enhancing the germination of three fodder shrubs (Atriplex amnicola, A-nummularia, A-undulata; Chenopodiaceae): implications for the optimisation of field establishment
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C4
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation YesEissa, M. A. (2015) Impact of Compost on Metals Phytostabilization Potential of Two Halophytes Species
Previously was: unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
Economic use
  • 3210.0 Drought browse
  • 3300.0 FodderMorcombe, P. W., G. E. Young and K. A. Boase (1996) Grazing a saltbush (Atriplex-Maireana) stand by Merino wethers to fill the 'autumn feed-gap' experienced in the Western Australian wheat belt
Distribution
Distribution (text)
  • South America
  • Faisalabad, PakistanAsad, A. (2002) Growing Atriplex and Maireana species in saline sodic and waterlogged soils
  • Cordoba, ArgentinaCantero, J. J., J. M. Cisneros, M. Zobel and A. Cantero (1998) Environmental relationships of vegetation. Patterns in saltmarshes of central Argentina
  • Bahia Blanca, ArgentinaKruger, H. R. and N. Peinemann (1996) Coastal plain halophytes and their relation to soil ionic composition
  • Ellwan, Assiut Gov- ernorate, Egypt (located at Longitude and Latitude 27 11 and 31 04 respectively)Eissa, M. A. (2015) Impact of Compost on Metals Phytostabilization Potential of Two Halophytes Species
Previously was:
  • South America
  • Faisalabad, PakistanAsad, A. (2002) Growing Atriplex and Maireana species in saline sodic and waterlogged soils
  • Cordoba, ArgentinaCantero, J. J., J. M. Cisneros, M. Zobel and A. Cantero (1998) Environmental relationships of vegetation. Patterns in saltmarshes of central Argentina
  • Bahia Blanca, ArgentinaKruger, H. R. and N. Peinemann (1996) Coastal plain halophytes and their relation to soil ionic composition
  • Miscellaneous notes
    References

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