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Report for Imperata cylindrica (L.) Raeusch.

updated: Sep 14th 2017, 10:33 am see all updates
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Family Poaceae
Genus Imperata
Species cylindrica
Author (L.) Raeusch.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • weedy
Life form
  • Perennial grassHameed, M., M. Ashraf, N. Naz, T. Nawaz, R. Batool, S. Fatima and F. Ahmad (2014) Physiological adaptative characteristics of Imperata cylindrica for salinity tolerance
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
200 mMHameed, M., M. Ashraf, N. Naz, T. Nawaz, R. Batool, S. Fatima and F. Ahmad (2014) Physiological adaptative characteristics of Imperata cylindrica for salinity tolerance
Germination unknown
Salt glands and bladders YesAMARASINGHE, V; WATSON, L (1989) VARIATION IN SALT SECRETORY ACTIVITY OF MICROHAIRS IN GRASSES
Previously was: No
Photosynthesis Pathway C4Zhong, Q. C., J. N. Gong, K. Y. Wang and C. Zhang (2014) Effects of 3-year air warming on growth of two perennial grasses (Phragmites australis and Imperata cylindrica) in a coastal salt marsh reclaimed for agriculture
Molecular data
  • ProteomicsWu, T.-Y., P. Kao, C.-L. Chang, P.-H. Hsu, C.-H. Chou and I.-F. Chang (2015) Phosphoproteomic profiling of microsomal fractions in leaves of Cogon grass (Imperata cylindrica)
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • E1 Dry grasslandsHameed, M., M. Ashraf, N. Naz, T. Nawaz, R. Batool, S. Fatima and F. Ahmad (2014) Physiological adaptative characteristics of Imperata cylindrica for salinity tolerance
Economic use
Distribution

No Distribution recorded for this taxon
Distribution (text)
  • The Salt Range, which lies between the Thar desert and the Potohar Plateau in the Punjab province of PakistanHameed, M., M. Ashraf, N. Naz, T. Nawaz, R. Batool, S. Fatima and F. Ahmad (2014) Physiological adaptative characteristics of Imperata cylindrica for salinity tolerance
  • Bakkhali river estuary, Cox’s Bazar (20 850 4000e20 460 9200 N and 91 960 6000e92 340 3700 E Bangladesh
Miscellaneous notes Hameed et al (2011) failed to see salt glands but did record excretionHameed, M., M. Ashraf and N. Naz (2011) Anatomical and physiological characteristics relating to ionic relations in some salt tolerant grasses from the Salt Range, Pakistan
Previously was: empty
References

Last Records approved
Submitted by Joaquim Santos
Sep 9th 2019, 9:26 am

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Sep 16th 2019, 5:50 am
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Sep 16th 2019, 5:50 am

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Sep 16th 2019, 5:50 am
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Sep 8th 2019, 4:07 pm

Approved by T J Flowers
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Submitted by T J Flowers
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Approved by T J Flowers
Sep 7th 2019, 4:39 pm
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