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Report for Carex scabrifolia

updated: Apr 27th 2017, 12:48 pm see all updates
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Family Cyperaceae
Genus Carex
Species scabrifolia
Author
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
Life form
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
26 dS/mWang, CH; Li, B (2016) Salinity and disturbance mediate direct and indirect plant-plant interactions in an assembled marsh community
Germination unknown
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
  • DNAHodoki, Y; Ohbayashi, K; Kunii, H (2009) Genetic analysis of salt-marsh sedge Carex scabrifolia Steud. populations using newly developed microsatellite markers
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Previously was: Yes
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbedsHodoki, Y; Ohbayashi, K; Kunii, H (2009) Genetic analysis of salt-marsh sedge Carex scabrifolia Steud. populations using newly developed microsatellite markersWang, CH; Li, B (2016) Salinity and disturbance mediate direct and indirect plant-plant interactions in an assembled marsh community
Economic use
Distribution
Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Distribution (text)
  • Dongtan Wetland of International Importance is on Chongming Island in the Yangtze estuary (31°25′–31°38′N, 121°50′–122°05′E), ChinaWang, CH; Li, B (2016) Salinity and disturbance mediate direct and indirect plant-plant interactions in an assembled marsh community
  • Lake Nakaumi, (352805800N, 1301005600E), Japan Hodoki, Y; Ohbayashi, K; Kunii, H (2009) Genetic analysis of salt-marsh sedge Carex scabrifolia Steud. populations using newly developed microsatellite markers
Previously was:
  • Dongtan Wetland of International Importance is on Chongming Island in the Yangtze estuary (31°25′–31°38′N, 121°50′–122°05′E), ChinaWang, CH; Li, B (2016) Salinity and disturbance mediate direct and indirect plant-plant interactions in an assembled marsh community
  • Lake Nakaumi, (352805800N, 1301005600E), Japan Hodoki, Y; Ohbayashi, K; Kunii, H (2009) Genetic analysis of salt-marsh sedge Carex scabrifolia Steud. populations using newly developed microsatellite markers
  • Chongming Island (121.90°–121.99° E, 31.45°–31.52° N), ChinaDing WH, Jiang JY, Li XZ, Huang X, Li XZ, Zhou YX, Tang CD (2015) Spatial distribution of species and influencing factors across salt marsh in southern Chongming Dongtan
  • Namhae Island (34u 559 21.50 N 127u 529 50.70 E), KoreaChung, EJ; Park, JA; Jeon, CO; Chung, YR (2015) Gynuella sunshinyii gen. nov., sp nov., an antifungal rhizobacterium isolated from a halophyte, Carex scabrifolia Steud
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