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Report for Armeria maritima (Mill.) Willd.

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Family Plumbaginaceae
Genus Armeria
Species maritima
Author (Mill.) Willd.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • hydrohalophyteKohl, K. I. (1997) The effect of NaCl on growth, dry matter allocation and ion uptake in salt marsh and inland populations of Armeria maritima
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes YesCoulaud, J., N. Barghi, C. Lefebvre and S. Siljak-Yakovlev (1999) Cytogenetic variation in populations of Armeria maritima (Mill.) Willd. in relation to geographical distribution and soil stress tolerancesKohl, K. I. (1997) Do Armeria maritima (Mill.) Willd, ecotypes from metalliferous soils and non-metalliferous soils differ in growth response under Zn stress? A comparison by a new artificial soil method
Max. salinity
200 mMKohl, K. I. (1997) The effect of NaCl on growth, dry matter allocation and ion uptake in salt marsh and inland populations of Armeria maritima
Germination YesAl-Hawija, B. N., M. Partzsch and I. Hensen (2012) Effects of temperature, salinity and cold stratification on seed germination in halophytes
Salt glands and bladders YesBaumeister, W. and G. Ziffus (1981) Salt secretion by the salt glands of Armeria maritima L.Faraday, C. D. and W. W. Thomson (1986) Structural aspects of the salt glands of the Plumbaginaceae.Heumann, H. G. (2002) Ultrastructural localization of zinc in zinc-tolerant Armeria maritima ssp halleri by autometallographyRozema, J., H. Gude and G. Pollack (1981) An ecophysical study of the salt secretion of four halophytes
Photosynthesis Pathway C3
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesHildebrandt, U., K. Janetta, F. Ouziad, B. Renne, K. Nawrath and H. Bothe (2001) Arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization of halophytes in Central European salt marshes
Bioremediation YesVan Oosten, M. J. and A. Maggio (2015) Functional biology of halophytes in the phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated soils
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • GlycinebetaineKohl, K. I. (1997) The effect of NaCl on growth, dry matter allocation and ion uptake in salt marsh and inland populations of Armeria maritima
  • Choline-O-sulphateHanson, A. D. and D. A. Gage (1991) IDENTIFICATION AND DETERMINATION BY FAST-ATOM-BOMBARDMENT MASS-SPECTROMETRY OF THE COMPATIBLE SOLUTE CHOLINE-O-SULFATE IN LIMONIUM SPECIES AND OTHER HALOPHYTES
Habitat
  • D6.1 Inland saltmarshesCott, G. M., D. V. Chapman and M. A. K. Jansen (2014) Differences in nitrogen-assimilating enzyme activity in halophyte species are habitat-related
  • A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbedsKohl, K. I. (1997) The effect of NaCl on growth, dry matter allocation and ion uptake in salt marsh and inland populations of Armeria maritimaRouger, R; Jump, AS (2015) Fine-scale spatial genetic structure across a strong environmental gradient in the saltmarsh plant Puccinellia maritima
Economic use
  • 4850.0 Salt-tolerant ornamental
  • 3100.0 GrazingThakur, MP; Berg, MP; Eisenhauer, N; van Langevelde, F (2014) Disturbance-diversity relationships for soil fauna are explained by faunal community biomass in a salt marsh
Distribution
Distribution (text)
  • Eiderstedt (Me, Northern Germany) and the Netherlands (Mn, Schiermonnikoog, The Netherlands).Kohl, K. I. (1997) The effect of NaCl on growth, dry matter allocation and ion uptake in salt marsh and inland populations of Armeria maritima
  • South-western coast of IrelandCott, G. M., D. V. Chapman and M. A. K. Jansen (2014) Differences in nitrogen-assimilating enzyme activity in halophyte species are habitat-related
  • Schiermonni- koog, a barrier island in the Wadden Sea, the Netherlands (53  28 0 43N, 6  14 0 06 E)Thakur, MP; Berg, MP; Eisenhauer, N; van Langevelde, F (2014) Disturbance-diversity relationships for soil fauna are explained by faunal community biomass in a salt marsh
  • Forth estuary, Scotland (3.7320°W, 56.0553°N),UKRouger, R; Jump, AS (2015) Fine-scale spatial genetic structure across a strong environmental gradient in the saltmarsh plant Puccinellia maritima
Miscellaneous notes There are inland metallo-tolerant genotypes. Skeffington and Jeffrey 1988 report response to NKohl, K. I. (1997) Do Armeria maritima (Mill.) Willd, ecotypes from metalliferous soils and non-metalliferous soils differ in growth response under Zn stress? A comparison by a new artificial soil methodSkeffington, M. J. S. and D. W. Jeffrey (1988) Response of Armeria maritima (Mill.) Willd. and Plantago maritima L. from an Irish salt marsh to nitrogen and salinity
References

Last Records approved
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Oct 15th 2017, 6:18 am

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