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Report for Suaeda physophora Pall.

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Family Amaranthaceae
Genus Suaeda
Species physophora
Author Pall.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
Life form
  • ShrubSong, J., G. Feng, C. Y. Tian and F. S. Zhang (2005) Strategies for adaptation of Suaeda physophora, Haloxylon ammodendron and Haloxylon persicum to a saline environment during seed-germination stage
Previously was: empty
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
400 mMSong, J., X. D. Ding, G. Feng and F. S. Zhang (2006) Nutritional and osmotic roles of nitrate in a euhalophyte and a xerophyte in saline conditionsZhou, J. C., W. W. Zhao, C. H. Yin, J. Song, B. S. Wang, J. L. Fan and G. Feng (2014) The role of cotyledons in the establishment of Suaeda physophora seedlings
Germination YesLi, L. and X. M. Zhang (2007) Germination strategies of two halophytes in Salt Desert of northwestern ChinaLi, Y., S. R. Zhang, J. Song, C. X. Wu, C. Y. Tian and G. Feng (2008) Chlorophyll in desiccated seeds of a euhalophyte, Suaeda physophora, and its significancy in plant adaptation to salinity during germinationSong, J., G. Feng, C. Y. Tian and F. S. Zhang (2005) Strategies for adaptation of Suaeda physophora, Haloxylon ammodendron and Haloxylon persicum to a saline environment during seed-germination stageSong, J., G. Feng, Z. K. Li, A. D. Chen, X. M. Chen and F. S. Zhang (2007) Effects of salinity and scarifying seed coat on ion content of embryos and seed germination for Suaeda physophora and Haloxylon ammodendronZhang, S. R., J. Song, H. Wang and G. Feng (2010) Effect of salinity on seed germination, ion content and photosynthesis of cotyledons in halophytes or xerophyte growing in Central AsiaZhang, T., J. Song, J. L. Fan and G. Feng (2015) Effects of saline-waterlogging and dryness/moist alternations on seed germination of halophyte and xerophyte
Previously was: unknown
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesYang, X., H. Q. Yu, T. Zhang, J. X. Guo and X. Zhang (2016) Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Improve the Antioxidative Response and the Seed Production of Suaedoideae Species Suaeda physophora Pall under Salt StressZhao, S., L. Li, S. H. Li, H. F. Wang, W. N. Hozzein, Y. G. Zhang, M. A. M. Wadaan, W. J. Li and C. Y. Tian (2015) Actinotalea suaedae sp nov., isolated from the halophyte Suaeda physophora in Xinjiang, Northwest China
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • E6.2 Continental inland salt steppesZhao, S., L. Li, S. H. Li, H. F. Wang, W. N. Hozzein, Y. G. Zhang, M. A. M. Wadaan, W. J. Li and C. Y. Tian (2015) Actinotalea suaedae sp nov., isolated from the halophyte Suaeda physophora in Xinjiang, Northwest ChinaZhou, J. C., W. W. Zhao, C. H. Yin, J. Song, B. S. Wang, J. L. Fan and G. Feng (2014) The role of cotyledons in the establishment of Suaeda physophora seedlings
Economic use
Distribution

No Distribution recorded for this taxon
Distribution (text)
  • (N448130–220; E878400–540) in the Xinjiang Province of northwest ChinaZhou, J. C., W. W. Zhao, C. H. Yin, J. Song, B. S. Wang, J. L. Fan and G. Feng (2014) The role of cotyledons in the establishment of Suaeda physophora seedlings
  • (44170N, 87550E) near the Fukang Field Research Station of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, in Xinjiang province, northwest ChinaZhao, S., L. Li, S. H. Li, H. F. Wang, W. N. Hozzein, Y. G. Zhang, M. A. M. Wadaan, W. J. Li and C. Y. Tian (2015) Actinotalea suaedae sp nov., isolated from the halophyte Suaeda physophora in Xinjiang, Northwest China
  • (N4413#–22#; E8740#–54#) in Xinjiang, the northwest province of ChinaZhang, S. R., J. Song, H. Wang and G. Feng (2010) Effect of salinity on seed germination, ion content and photosynthesis of cotyledons in halophytes or xerophyte growing in Central Asia
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