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Report for Disphyma australe (Sol. ex Aiton) J.M.Black

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Family Aizoaceae
Genus Disphyma
Species australe
Author (Sol. ex Aiton) J.M.Black
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • psammophile
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
SW Madawala, S; Hartley, S; Gould, KS (2014) Comparative growth and photosynthetic responses of native and adventive iceplant taxa to salinity stressNeales, T. F. and P. J. Sharkey (1981) Effect of salinity on growth and on mineral and organic constituents of the halophyte Disphyma australis (Soland.) J.M. Black.
Germination unknown
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
  • BetacyaninJain, G., K. E. Schwinn and K. S. Gould (2015) Betalain induction by l-DOPA application confers photoprotection to saline-exposed leaves of Disphyma australe
Compatible Solutes
  • PinitolBieleski, R. L. (1994) Pinitol Is a Major Carbohydrate in Leaves of Some Coastal Plants Indigenous to New-Zealand
  • ProlineNeales, T. F. and P. J. Sharkey (1981) Effect of salinity on growth and on mineral and organic constituents of the halophyte Disphyma australis (Soland.) J.M. Black.
Habitat
  • B Coastal habitatsJain, G., K. E. Schwinn and K. S. Gould (2015) Betalain induction by l-DOPA application confers photoprotection to saline-exposed leaves of Disphyma australeNeales, T. F., M. S. Fraser and Z. Roksandic (1983) Carbon Isotope Composition of the Halophyte Disphyma-Clavellatum (Haw) Chinnock (Aizoaceae), as Affected by Salinity
Economic use
  • 4850.0 Salt-tolerant ornamental
Distribution
Distribution (text)
  • Laverton, 25 km W. of Melbourne, Australia Neales, T. F., M. S. Fraser and Z. Roksandic (1983) Carbon Isotope Composition of the Halophyte Disphyma-Clavellatum (Haw) Chinnock (Aizoaceae), as Affected by Salinity
  • South Africa
  • Te Kopahau reserve, Wellington, New Zealand (41°21001″S, 174°43055″E).Jain, G., K. E. Schwinn and K. S. Gould (2015) Betalain induction by l-DOPA application confers photoprotection to saline-exposed leaves of Disphyma australe
  • Eastbourne, Wellington, New ZealandMadawala, S; Hartley, S; Gould, KS (2014) Comparative growth and photosynthetic responses of native and adventive iceplant taxa to salinity stress
Miscellaneous notes Note Neales et al (1983) treated D australe and D clavellatum as synonymsNeales, T. F., M. S. Fraser and Z. Roksandic (1983) Carbon isotope composition of the halophyte Disphysma clavellatum (Haw.) Chinnock (Aizoaceae) as affected by salinity
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