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Report for Buchloe dactyloides (Nutt.) Engelm.

updated: Feb 26th 2017, 10:52 am see all updates
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Family Poaceae
Genus Buchloe
Species dactyloides
Author (Nutt.) Engelm.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
Life form
Ecotypes unknown
Previously was: Yes
Max. salinity
10000 mg/LZhang, Q; Rue, K; Wang, S (2012) Salinity Effect on Seed Germination and Growth of Two Warm-season Native Grass Species
Previously was: 600
Germination YesZhang, Q; Rue, K; Wang, S (2012) Salinity Effect on Seed Germination and Growth of Two Warm-season Native Grass Species
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Previously was: Yes
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
Previously was:
  • cDNALi, W; Qian, YQ; Han, L; Liu, JX; Sun, ZY (2014) Identification of suitable reference genes in buffalo grass for accurate transcript normalization under various abiotic stress conditions
  • LipidsLin, H; Wu, L (1996) Effects of salt stress on root plasma membrane characteristics of salt-tolerant and salt-sensitive buffalograss clones
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
    Bioremediation unknown
    antioxidants
    Secondary Metabolites
    Compatible Solutes
    Habitat
    Economic use
    Previously was:
  • 4800.0 Ornamental including turf grassesCroce, P; De Luca, A; Mocioni, M; Volterrani, M; Beard, JB (2004) Adaptability of warmseason turfgrass species and cultivars in a Mediterranean climateGeren, Hakan; Avcioglu, Riza; Curaoglu, Melis (2009) Performances of some warm-season turfgrasses under Mediterranean conditionsRIORDAN T P; KINBACHER E J; SHEARMAN R C; SCHWARZE D J (1989) DEVELOPMENT OF BUCHLOE-DACTYLOIDES FOR TURF USE
  • 4510.0 Erosion controlQuinn, JA (1998) Natural expansion of Buchloe dactyloides at a disturbed site in New Jersey and its implications for turf and conservation uses
  • Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • New Mexico (‘Lovington’ and ‘Hachita’) and South Dakota (‘Bad River’),USAZhang, Q; Rue, K; Wang, S (2012) Salinity Effect on Seed Germination and Growth of Two Warm-season Native Grass Species
    Previously was:
  • New Mexico (‘Lovington’ and ‘Hachita’) and South Dakota (‘Bad River’),USAZhang, Q; Rue, K; Wang, S (2012) Salinity Effect on Seed Germination and Growth of Two Warm-season Native Grass Species
  • North ChinaLi, W; Qian, YQ; Han, L; Liu, JX; Sun, ZY (2014) Identification of suitable reference genes in buffalo grass for accurate transcript normalization under various abiotic stress conditions
  • Miscellaneous notes
    References

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    Aug 8th 2022, 6:37 am

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    Aug 7th 2022, 6:09 am
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    Aug 7th 2022, 6:05 am
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