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Report for Chloris gayana Kunth

updated: Oct 5th 2017, 6:28 am see all updates
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Family Poaceae
Genus Chloris
Species gayana
Author Kunth
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • psammophile
Life form
  • Perennial grass
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
10 dS/mChiacchiera, S; Bertram, N; Taleisnik, E; Jobbagy, E (2016) Effect of watertable depth and salinity on growth dynamics of Rhodes grass (Chloris gayana)Cicchelli, FDF; Wehr, JB; Dalzell, SA; Li, C; Menzies, NW; Kopittke, PM (2016) Overhead-irrigation with saline and alkaline water: Deleterious effects on foliage of Rhodes grass and leucaena
Germination YesRibotta, AN; Griffa, SM; Diaz, D; Carloni, EJ; Colomba, EL; Tommasino, EA; Quiroga, M; Luna, C; Grunberg, K (2013) Selecting salt-tolerant clones and evaluating genetic variability to obtain parents of new diploid and tetraploid germplasm in rhodesgrass (Chloris gayana K.)
Salt glands and bladders YesAMARASINGHE, V; WATSON, L (1989) VARIATION IN SALT SECRETORY ACTIVITY OF MICROHAIRS IN GRASSESLiphschitz, N., A. Shomer-Ilan, A. Eshel and Y. Waisel (1974) Salt glands on leaves of Rhodes grass (Chloris gayana Kth.)Yuan, F., B. Y. Leng and B. S. Wang (2016) Progress in Studying Salt Secretion from the Salt Glands in Recretohalophytes: How Do Plants Secrete Salt?
Photosynthesis Pathway C4Omoto, E; Taniguchi, M; Miyake, H (2010) Effects of Salinity Stress on the Structure of Bundle Sheath and Mesophyll Chloroplasts in NAD-Malic Enzyme and PCK Type C-4 Plants
Molecular data
  • DNA isolationRibotta, AN; Griffa, SM; Diaz, D; Carloni, EJ; Colomba, EL; Tommasino, EA; Quiroga, M; Luna, C; Grunberg, K (2013) Selecting salt-tolerant clones and evaluating genetic variability to obtain parents of new diploid and tetraploid germplasm in rhodesgrass (Chloris gayana K.)
  • RAPD & AFLPTaleisnik, E; Salgado, M; Bonafede, MD; Manghers, LE; Perez, H; Seffino, LG; Castagnaro, A; Diaz, DG (2001) Searching for molecular markers for salt tolerance in rhodes grass (Chloris gayana Kunth)
Previously was:
  • DNA isolationRibotta, AN; Griffa, SM; Diaz, D; Carloni, EJ; Colomba, EL; Tommasino, EA; Quiroga, M; Luna, C; Grunberg, K (2013) Selecting salt-tolerant clones and evaluating genetic variability to obtain parents of new diploid and tetraploid germplasm in rhodesgrass (Chloris gayana K.)
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesSingh, YP; Singh, G; Sharma, DK (2014) Bio-amelioration of alkali soils through agroforestry systems in central Indo-Gangetic plains of India
    Previously was: unknown
    Bioremediation YesRao, N. K., I. McCann, S. A. Shahid, K. U. R. Butta, B. Al Araj and S. Ismail (2017) Sustainable use of salt-degraded and abandoned farms for forage production using halophytic grasses
    Previously was: unknown
    antioxidants
    • Antioxidant enzymesLuna, C; de Luca, M; Taleisnik, E (2002) Physiological causes for decreased productivity under high salinity in Boma, a tetraploid Chloris gayana cultivar. II. Oxidative stress
    • AntioxidantsLuna, C; Seffino, LG; Arias, C; Taleisnik, E (2000) Oxidative stress indicators as selection tools for salt tolerance in Chloris gayana
    Previously was: empty
    Secondary Metabolites
    Compatible Solutes
    • Prolinede Luca, M., L. G. Seffino, K. Grunberg, M. Salgado, A. Cordoba, C. Luna, L. Ortega, A. Rodriguez, A. Castagnaro and E. Taleisnik (2001) Physiological causes for decreased productivity under high salinity in Boma, a tetraploid Chloris gayana cultivar
    Previously was: empty
    Habitat
    Economic use
    • 4300.0 Shelter
    • 3000.0 FORAGEComacchione, MV; Perez, HE; Fumagalli, AE (2007) Effect of cultivar and defoliation frequency on forage yield of Chloris gayana kunth in a moderate saline soil of the semiarid chaco of ArgentinaMazahrih, N; Al-Wahaibi, H; Al-Farsi, S; Belgacem, AO (2016) Yield and water productivity of Buffel and Rhodes grasses under different irrigation water regimes using the sprinkler line-source systemRao, N. K., I. McCann, S. A. Shahid, K. U. R. Butta, B. Al Araj and S. Ismail (2017) Sustainable use of salt-degraded and abandoned farms for forage production using halophytic grassesTemel, S; Keskin, B; Simsek, U; Yilmaz, IH (2015) PERFORMANCE OF SOME FORAGE GRASS SPECIES IN HALOMORPHIC SOIL
    Previously was:
  • 4300.0 Shelter
  • Distribution
    Distribution (text)
    • Pantropical
    • Queensland, Australia) (25.713 ◦ S; 148.992 ◦ E)Cicchelli, FDF; Wehr, JB; Dalzell, SA; Li, C; Menzies, NW; Kopittke, PM (2016) Overhead-irrigation with saline and alkaline water: Deleterious effects on foliage of Rhodes grass and leucaena
    Miscellaneous notes Also known as Rhodes grass
    Previously was: empty
    References

    Last Records approved
    Submitted by T J Flowers
    Oct 15th 2017, 6:18 am

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Oct 15th 2017, 6:18 am
    Submitted by T J Flowers
    Oct 15th 2017, 6:14 am

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Oct 15th 2017, 6:15 am
    Submitted by Mohammed Al-azzawi
    Oct 14th 2017, 8:09 am

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Oct 15th 2017, 5:11 am
    Submitted by T J Flowers
    Oct 13th 2017, 9:47 pm

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Oct 13th 2017, 9:47 pm
    Submitted by T J Flowers
    Oct 13th 2017, 9:35 pm

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Oct 13th 2017, 9:35 pm
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