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Report for Batis maritima L.

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Family Bataceae
Genus Batis
Species maritima
Author L.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
1000 mMDebez, A., D. Saadaoui, I. Slama, B. Huchzermeyer and C. Abdelly (2010) Responses of Batis maritima plants challenged with up to two-fold seawater NaCl salinityGlenn, E. P. and J. W. Oleary (1984) Relationship between salt accumulation and water content of dicotyledonous halophytes.
Germination YesLonard, R. I., F. W. Judd and R. Stalter (2011) The Biological Flora of Coastal Dunes and Wetlands: Batis maritima C. Linnaeus
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3Debez, A., D. Saadaoui, I. Slama, B. Huchzermeyer and C. Abdelly (2010) Responses of Batis maritima plants challenged with up to two-fold seawater NaCl salinity
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • ProlineDebez, A., D. Saadaoui, I. Slama, B. Huchzermeyer and C. Abdelly (2010) Responses of Batis maritima plants challenged with up to two-fold seawater NaCl salinity
Habitat
  • A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbedsDebez, A., D. Saadaoui, I. Slama, B. Huchzermeyer and C. Abdelly (2010) Responses of Batis maritima plants challenged with up to two-fold seawater NaCl salinityJackson, KL; Whitcraft, CR; Dillon, JG (2014) Diversity of Desulfobacteriaceae and Overall Activity of Sulfate-Reducing Microorganisms in and Around a Salt pan in a Southern California Coastal WetlandRhew, RC; Whelan, ME; Min, DH (2014) Large methyl halide emissions from south Texas salt marshes
Economic use
  • 0100.0 Vegetables and fruits
  • 0111.0 Uncooked vegetables
  • 4850.0 Salt-tolerant ornamental
  • 3300.0 FodderOLeary, J. W., W. E. P. Glenn and M. C. Watson (1985) Agricultural production of halophytes irrigated with seawater
Distribution
Distribution (text)
  • Tropics - northwest
  • Talbert Marsh (33°38′07.1″N; 117°57′48.5″W), Southern california, USAJackson, KL; Whitcraft, CR; Dillon, JG (2014) Diversity of Desulfobacteriaceae and Overall Activity of Sulfate-Reducing Microorganisms in and Around a Salt pan in a Southern California Coastal Wetland
  • south Texas, USA, off the Gulf of MexicoRhew, RC; Whelan, ME; Min, DH (2014) Large methyl halide emissions from south Texas salt marshes
Miscellaneous notes Methyl halides emitters.Rhew, RC; Whelan, ME; Min, DH (2014) Large methyl halide emissions from south Texas salt marshes
References

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