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Report for Cyperus malaccensis Lam.

updated: Nov 28th 2017, 3:21 pm see all updates
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Family Cyperaceae
Genus Cyperus
Species malaccensis
Author Lam.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
Germination unknown
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3Sun, ZG; Li, JB; He, T; Ren, P; Zhu, H; Gao, H; Tian, LP; Hu, XY (2017) Spatial variation and toxicity assessment for heavy metals in sediments of intertidal zone in a typical subtropical estuary (Min River) of China
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesSridhar, KR; Karamchand, KS; Sumathi, P (2010) Fungal colonization and breakdown of sedge (Cyperus malaccensis Lam.) in an Indian mangrove
Previously was: unknown
Bioremediation YesLuo, M; Zeng, CS; Tong, C; Huang, JF; Chen, K; Liu, FQ (2016) Iron Reduction Along an Inundation Gradient in a Tidal Sedge (Cyperus malaccensis) Marsh: the Rates, Pathways, and Contributions to Anaerobic Organic Matter MineralizationSun, ZG; Li, JB; He, T; Ren, P; Zhu, H; Gao, H; Tian, LP; Hu, XY (2017) Spatial variation and toxicity assessment for heavy metals in sediments of intertidal zone in a typical subtropical estuary (Min River) of China
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • C1.5 Permanent inland saline and brackish lakes, ponds and poolsSun, ZG; Li, JB; He, T; Ren, P; Zhu, H; Gao, H; Tian, LP; Hu, XY (2017) Spatial variation and toxicity assessment for heavy metals in sediments of intertidal zone in a typical subtropical estuary (Min River) of China
Economic use
  • 5200.0 Textiles
Distribution
Distribution (text)
  • Asia - southeast
  • Old World tropics
  • Shanyutan (26°00 ′ 36 ′′ N – 26°03 ′ 42 ′′ N, 119°34 ′ 12 ′′ E~119°40 ′ 40 ′′ E), Min River estuary, southeast China.Luo, M; Zeng, CS; Tong, C; Huang, JF; Chen, K; Liu, FQ (2016) Iron Reduction Along an Inundation Gradient in a Tidal Sedge (Cyperus malaccensis) Marsh: the Rates, Pathways, and Contributions to Anaerobic Organic Matter MineralizationSun, ZG; Li, JB; He, T; Ren, P; Zhu, H; Gao, H; Tian, LP; Hu, XY (2017) Spatial variation and toxicity assessment for heavy metals in sediments of intertidal zone in a typical subtropical estuary (Min River) of China
Miscellaneous notes There are papers on gas emissions from flooded marshes
Previously was: empty
References

Last Records approved
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Oct 30th 2020, 8:38 pm

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Oct 29th 2020, 6:33 am

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Oct 29th 2020, 6:33 am
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Oct 29th 2020, 6:02 am

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Oct 29th 2020, 6:02 am
Submitted by T J Flowers
Oct 29th 2020, 5:32 am

Approved by T J Flowers
Oct 29th 2020, 5:32 am
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