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Report for Dobera glabra (Forssk.) Juss. ex Poir.

updated: Jan 21st 2018, 6:29 am see all updates
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Family Salvadoraceae
Genus Dobera
Species glabra
Author (Forssk.) Juss. ex Poir.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • xerohalophyte
Life form
  • Shrub
  • Tree
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
10 dS/mOba, G., I. Nordal, N. C. Stenseth, J. Stave, C. S. Bjora, J. K. Muthondeki and W. K. A. Bii (2001) Growth performance of exotic and indigenous tree species in saline soils in Turkana, Kenya
Germination YesTsegaye, D; Moe, SR; Haile, M (2011) Seed predation and moisture limit germination of recalcitrant Dobera glabra (Salvadoraceae) seeds in the Afar rangelands, Ethiopia
Previously was: unknown
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3?
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • FlavonoidsElkhateeb, A; Latif, RRA; Marzouk, MM; Hussein, SR; Kassem, MES; Khalil, WKB; El-Ansari, MA (2017) Flavonoid constituents of Dobera glabra leaves: amelioration impact against CCl4-induced changes in the genetic materials in male rats
Previously was: empty
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
Economic use
  • 3420.0 Pollen
  • 1000.0 DOMESTIC PRODUCTSOba, G., I. Nordal, N. C. Stenseth, J. Stave, C. S. Bjora, J. K. Muthondeki and W. K. A. Bii (2001) Growth performance of exotic and indigenous tree species in saline soils in Turkana, Kenya
  • 0000.0 FOOD AND DRINKTsegaye, D; Haile, M; Moe, SR (2010) The effect of land use on the recruitment and population structure of the important food and fodder plant, Dobera glabra (Forssk.) Poir., in northern Afar, Ethiopia
  • 3000.0 FORAGETsegaye, D; Haile, M; Moe, SR (2010) The effect of land use on the recruitment and population structure of the important food and fodder plant, Dobera glabra (Forssk.) Poir., in northern Afar, Ethiopia
Previously was:
  • 3200.0 Browse
  • 3420.0 PollenOba, G., I. Nordal, N. C. Stenseth, J. Stave, C. S. Bjora, J. K. Muthondeki and W. K. A. Bii (2001) Growth performance of exotic and indigenous tree species in saline soils in Turkana, Kenya
  • 1000.0 DOMESTIC PRODUCTSTsegaye, D; Haile, M; Moe, SR (2010) The effect of land use on the recruitment and population structure of the important food and fodder plant, Dobera glabra (Forssk.) Poir., in northern Afar, Ethiopia
  • Distribution
    Distribution (text)
    • Africa - east
    • India (casual)
    • north of Lodwar (3 3 07 @ N; 35 3 36 @ E), in Turkana, KenyaOba, G., I. Nordal, N. C. Stenseth, J. Stave, C. S. Bjora, J. K. Muthondeki and W. K. A. Bii (2001) Growth performance of exotic and indigenous tree species in saline soils in Turkana, Kenya
    • Forest Products Lab- oratory, Madison, Wisconsin.Carlquist, S (2002) Wood and bark anatomy of Salvadoraceae: ecology, relationships, histology of interxylary phloem
    Miscellaneous notes
    References

    Last Records approved
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    Aug 22nd 2019, 11:08 am

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    Aug 16th 2019, 4:50 pm
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