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Report for Chloris virgata Sw.

updated: Sep 3rd 2017, 12:24 pm see all updates
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Family Poaceae
Genus Chloris
Species virgata
Author Sw.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
Life form
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
300 mMLi, C. Y., B. Fang, C. W. Yang, D. C. Shi and D. L. Wang (2009) Effects of Various Salt-Alkaline Mixed Stresses on the State of Mineral Elements in Nutrient Solutions and the Growth of Alkali Resistant Halophyte Chloris VirgataYang, C. W., A. Jianaer, C. Y. Li, D. C. Shi and D. L. Wang (2008) Comparison of the effects of salt-stress and alkali-stress on photosynthesis and energy storage of an alkali-resistant halophyte Chloris virgataYang, C. W., M. L. Zhang, J. Liu, D. C. Shi and D. L. Wang (2009) Effects of buffer capacity on growth, photosynthesis, and solute accumulation of a glycophyte (wheat) and a halophyte (Chloris virgata)Zhang, H. X., D. W. Zhou, Y. Tian, Y. X. Huang and Z. W. Sun (2013) Comparison of seed germination and early seedling growth responses to salinity and temperature of the halophyte Chloris virgata and the glycophyte Digitaria sanguinalis
Germination YesLin, J., S. Shao, Y. Wang, M. Qi, L. Lin, Y. Wang and X. Yan (2016) Germination responses of the halophyte Chloris virgata to temperature and reduced water potential caused by salinity, alkalinity and drought stressNishiuchi, S., K. Fujihara, S. K. Liu and T. Takano (2010) Analysis of expressed sequence tags from a NaHCO(3)-treated alkali-tolerant plant, Chloris virgataNishiuchi, S; Liu, S; Takano, T (2007) Isolation and characterization of a metallothionein-1 protein in Chloris virgata Swartz that enhances stress tolerances to oxidative, salinity and carbonate stress in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeiZhang, H. X., D. W. Zhou, Y. Tian, Y. X. Huang and Z. W. Sun (2013) Comparison of seed germination and early seedling growth responses to salinity and temperature of the halophyte Chloris virgata and the glycophyte Digitaria sanguinalisZhang, H., L. J. Irving, Y. Tian and D. Zhou (2012) Influence of salinity and temperature on seed germination rate and the hydrotime model parameters for the halophyte, Chloris virgata, and the glycophyte, Digitaria sanguinalis
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C4Guo, C. Y., X. Z. Wang, L. Chen, L. N. Ma and R. Z. Wang (2015) Physiological and biochemical responses to saline-alkaline stress in two halophytic grass species with different photosynthetic pathways
Molecular data
  • DNACao, D. H., X. Gao, J. Liu, X. P. Wang, S. J. Geng, C. W. Yang, B. Liu and D. C. Shi (2012) Root-Specific DNA Methylation in Chloris virgata, a Natural Alkaline-Resistant Halophyte, in Response to Salt and Alkaline Stresses
  • RNA and cDNANishiuchi, S., K. Fujihara, S. K. Liu and T. Takano (2010) Analysis of expressed sequence tags from a NaHCO(3)-treated alkali-tolerant plant, Chloris virgataNishiuchi, S; Liu, S; Takano, T (2007) Isolation and characterization of a metallothionein-1 protein in Chloris virgata Swartz that enhances stress tolerances to oxidative, salinity and carbonate stress in Saccharomyces cerevisiaei
Previously was:
  • DNA MethylationCao, D. H., X. Gao, J. Liu, X. P. Wang, S. J. Geng, C. W. Yang, B. Liu and D. C. Shi (2012) Root-Specific DNA Methylation in Chloris virgata, a Natural Alkaline-Resistant Halophyte, in Response to Salt and Alkaline Stresses
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
    Bioremediation unknown
    antioxidants
    Secondary Metabolites
    Compatible Solutes
    • ProlineYang, C. W., M. L. Zhang, J. Liu, D. C. Shi and D. L. Wang (2009) Effects of buffer capacity on growth, photosynthesis, and solute accumulation of a glycophyte (wheat) and a halophyte (Chloris virgata)
    Habitat
    Economic use
    Distribution

    No Distribution recorded for this taxon
    Distribution (text)
    • Changling County, west of Jilin Province in China (44°40′–44°45′ N, 123°44′–123°47′ E).Cao, D. H., X. Gao, J. Liu, X. P. Wang, S. J. Geng, C. W. Yang, B. Liu and D. C. Shi (2012) Root-Specific DNA Methylation in Chloris virgata, a Natural Alkaline-Resistant Halophyte, in Response to Salt and Alkaline Stresses
    • Jilin province, China (123°440E, 44°440N; 167 m a.s.l.), ChinaLin, J., S. Shao, Y. Wang, M. Qi, L. Lin, Y. Wang and X. Yan (2016) Germination responses of the halophyte Chloris virgata to temperature and reduced water potential caused by salinity, alkalinity and drought stress
    • Northeast ChinaNishiuchi, S; Liu, S; Takano, T (2007) Isolation and characterization of a metallothionein-1 protein in Chloris virgata Swartz that enhances stress tolerances to oxidative, salinity and carbonate stress in Saccharomyces cerevisiaei
    • Manchuria Plain in northeast China (44 o 41'N, 123 o 44'E)Guo, C. Y., X. Z. Wang, L. Chen, L. N. Ma and R. Z. Wang (2015) Physiological and biochemical responses to saline-alkaline stress in two halophytic grass species with different photosynthetic pathways
    Previously was:
  • Changling County, west of Jilin Province in China (44°40′–44°45′ N, 123°44′–123°47′ E).Cao, D. H., X. Gao, J. Liu, X. P. Wang, S. J. Geng, C. W. Yang, B. Liu and D. C. Shi (2012) Root-Specific DNA Methylation in Chloris virgata, a Natural Alkaline-Resistant Halophyte, in Response to Salt and Alkaline Stresses
  • Miscellaneous notes
    References

    Last Records approved
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    Dec 5th 2021, 7:42 pm

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