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Report for Elymus elongatus (Host) Runemark

updated: Mar 9th 2018, 11:11 am see all updates
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Family Poaceae
Genus Elymus
Species elongatus
Author (Host) Runemark
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • psammophile
Life form
  • Perennial grass
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
500 mMBhuiyan, M. S. I., A. Raman, D. Hodgkins, D. Mitchell and H. I. Nicol (2017) Influence of high levels of Na+ and Cl- on ion concentration, growth, and photosynthetic performance of three salt-tolerant plantsMasoudi, P; Gazanchian, A; Azizi, M (2010) Improving emergence and early seedling growth of two cool season grasses affected by seed priming under saline conditionsTeakle, N. L., N. Bazihizina, S. Shabala, T. D. Colmer, E. G. Barrett-Lennard, A. Rodrigo-Moreno and A. E. Lauchli (2013) Differential tolerance to combined salinity and O-2 deficiency in the halophytic grasses Puccinellia ciliata and Thinopyrum ponticum: The importance of K+ retention in roots
Previously was: 34
Germination YesALEMANO, SG; RODRIGUEZ, MI; TIRANTI, IN; CORREA, NS (1995) EFFECTS OF WATER AND SALT STRESS ON GERMINATION OF ELYTRIGIA-PONTICA (PODP) KOLUBAlemano, SG; Correa, NS (1997) Searching optimum conditions for seed germination of Elytrigia pontica (Podp) Holub equals Thinopyron ponticum (Podp) Barwort et DeweyMasoudi, P; Gazanchian, A; Azizi, M (2010) Improving emergence and early seedling growth of two cool season grasses affected by seed priming under saline conditionsMasoudi, P; Gazanchian, A; Azizi, M (2010) Improving emergence and early seedling growth of two cool season grasses affected by seed priming under saline conditionsRuiz, M. and O. Terenti (2012) Germination of four grasses under salt stressShen, Y. Y., Y. Li and S. G. Yan (2003) Effects of salinity on germination of six salt-tolerant forage species and their recovery from saline conditions
Previously was: unknown
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3Bhuiyan, M., A. Raman, D. Hodgkins, D. Mitchell and H. Nicol (2015) Physiological response and ion accumulation in two grasses, one legume, and one saltbush under soil water and salinity stress
Molecular data
  • Poly(A)+ RNAGULICK, P; DVORAK, J (1987) GENE INDUCTION AND REPRESSION BY SALT TREATMENT IN ROOTS OF THE SALINITY-SENSITIVE CHINESE SPRING WHEAT AND THE SALINITY-TOLERANT CHINESE SPRING X ELYTRIGIA-ELONGATA AMPHIPLOID
  • Gene expressionHussein, Z; Dryanova, A; Maret, D; Gulick, PJ (2014) Gene expression analysis in the roots of salt-stressed wheat and the cytogenetic derivatives of wheat combined with the salt-tolerant wheatgrass, Lophopyrum elongatum
Previously was: empty
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • Ascorbate peroxidaseMuhling, KH; Lauchli, A (2003) Interaction of NaCl and Cd stress on compartmentation pattern of cations, antioxidant enzymes and proteins in leaves of two wheat genotypes differing in salt tolerance
Previously was: empty
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • GlycinebetaineBhuiyan, M. S. I., G. Maynard, A. Raman, D. Hodgkins, D. Mitchell and H. Nicol (2016) Salt effects on proline and glycine betaine levels and photosynthetic performance in Melilotus siculus, Tecticornia pergranulata and Thinopyrum ponticum measured in simulated saline conditions
  • ProlineBhuiyan, M. S. I., G. Maynard, A. Raman, D. Hodgkins, D. Mitchell and H. Nicol (2016) Salt effects on proline and glycine betaine levels and photosynthetic performance in Melilotus siculus, Tecticornia pergranulata and Thinopyrum ponticum measured in simulated saline conditions
Previously was: empty
Habitat
Economic use
  • 3100.0 GrazingJuchem, SO; Benes, SE; Robinson, PH; Grattan, SR; Vasquez, P; Chilibroste, P; Brito, M (2012) Grazing as an alternative for utilization of saline-sodic soils in the San Joaquin Valley: Selenium accretion and performance of beef heifers
  • 3000.0 FORAGEDiaz, FJ; Grattan, SR (2009) Performance of tall wheatgrass (Thinopyrum ponticum, cv. 'Jose') irrigated with saline-high boron drainage water: Implications on ruminant mineral nutritionTemel, S; Keskin, B; Simsek, U; Yilmaz, IH (2015) PERFORMANCE OF SOME FORAGE GRASS SPECIES IN HALOMORPHIC SOIL
Previously was:
  • 3100.0 GrazingJuchem, SO; Benes, SE; Robinson, PH; Grattan, SR; Vasquez, P; Chilibroste, P; Brito, M (2012) Grazing as an alternative for utilization of saline-sodic soils in the San Joaquin Valley: Selenium accretion and performance of beef heifers
  • Distribution
    Distribution (text)
    • Mediterranean region
    Miscellaneous notes Syn Agropyron elongatum, Elytrigia elongata, E pontica , Lophoyrum elongatum and Thinopyrum ponticum amongst many others Consequently, there are many papers with many not listed here.
    Previously was: Syn Agropyron elongatum
    References

    Last Records approved
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    Oct 8th 2021, 3:56 pm

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    Approved by T J Flowers
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