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Report for Eryngium maritimum L.

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Family Apiaceae
Genus Eryngium
Species maritimum
Author L.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • psammophile
Life form
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
Germination YesWalmsley, C. A. and A. J. Davy (1997) Germination characteristics of shingle beach species, effects of seed ageing and their implications for vegetation restorationZitouni, M., V. Wewer, P. Dormann, C. Abdelly and N. Ben Youssef (2016) Quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry analysis of glycerophospholipid molecular species in the two halophyte seed oils: Eryngium maritimum and Cakile maritima
Salt glands and bladders NoMarius-Nicuşor Grigore, Constantin Toma (2010) Salt-secreting structures of Halophytes. An integrative approach (in Romanian)
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
  • IRAP and RAPDJawdat, D; Al-Faoury, H; Ayyoubi, Z; Al-Safadi, B (2010) Molecular and ecological study of Eryngium species in Syria
Previously was:
  • LipidsZitouni, M., V. Wewer, P. Dormann, C. Abdelly and N. Ben Youssef (2016) Quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry analysis of glycerophospholipid molecular species in the two halophyte seed oils: Eryngium maritimum and Cakile maritima
  • PhospholipidsIvanova, A.P.; Tsonev, T.D.; Peeva, V.N.; et al. (2015)  Euhalophyte Eryngium maritimum L.: the Microstructure and Functional Characteristics
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
    Bioremediation unknown
    antioxidants
    Secondary Metabolites
    • LipidsIvanova, A.P.; Tsonev, T.D.; Peeva, V.N.; et al. (2015)  Euhalophyte Eryngium maritimum L.: the Microstructure and Functional CharacteristicsZitouni, M., V. Wewer, P. Dormann, C. Abdelly and N. Ben Youssef (2016) Quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry analysis of glycerophospholipid molecular species in the two halophyte seed oils: Eryngium maritimum and Cakile maritima
    Previously was:
  • Fatty acidsIvanova, A.P.; Tsonev, T.D.; Peeva, V.N.; et al. (2015)  Euhalophyte Eryngium maritimum L.: the Microstructure and Functional CharacteristicsZitouni, M., V. Wewer, P. Dormann, C. Abdelly and N. Ben Youssef (2016) Quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry analysis of glycerophospholipid molecular species in the two halophyte seed oils: Eryngium maritimum and Cakile maritima
  • Compatible Solutes
    Habitat
    Economic use
    • 4850.0 Salt-tolerant ornamental
    • 7622.0 Laxative (Mildly cathartic)
    • 7000.0 MEDICALConea, S; Parvu, AE; Bolboaca, S (2016) ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECTS OF ERYNGIUM PLANUM L. AND E. MARITIMUM L. (APIACEAE) EXTRACTS IN TURPENTINE-OIL INDUCED ACUTE INFLAMMATION IN RATS
    Previously was:
  • 4850.0 Salt-tolerant ornamental
  • 7622.0 Laxative (Mildly cathartic)
  • Distribution
    Distribution (text)
    • Mediterranean region
    • Raoued (20 km north of Tunisia) (36 ° 57 0 16 00 N of latitude, 10 ° 11 0 29 00 E of longitude and 1 m of altitude).Zitouni, M., V. Wewer, P. Dormann, C. Abdelly and N. Ben Youssef (2016) Quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry analysis of glycerophospholipid molecular species in the two halophyte seed oils: Eryngium maritimum and Cakile maritima
    • Pomorie Lake, BulgariaIvanova, A.P.; Tsonev, T.D.; Peeva, V.N.; et al. (2015)  Euhalophyte Eryngium maritimum L.: the Microstructure and Functional Characteristics
    • shingle beach fronting the Nuclear Electric site at Sizewell, Suffolk (National Grid ref. TM 475 635). Walmsley, C. A. and A. J. Davy (1997) Germination characteristics of shingle beach species, effects of seed ageing and their implications for vegetation restoration
    • CyprusOzturk, M; Gucel, S; Guvensen, A; Kadis, C; Kounnamas, C (2011) SABKHA ECOSYSTEMS: AFRICA AND SOUTHERN EUROPE, VOL III
    • AegeanSykora, KV; Babalonas, D; Papastergiadou, ES  (2003) Strandline and sand-dune vegetation of coasts of Greece and of some other Aegean countries
    Previously was:
  • Mediterranean region
  • Raoued (20 km north of Tunisia) (36 ° 57 0 16 00 N of latitude, 10 ° 11 0 29 00 E of longitude and 1 m of altitude).Zitouni, M., V. Wewer, P. Dormann, C. Abdelly and N. Ben Youssef (2016) Quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry analysis of glycerophospholipid molecular species in the two halophyte seed oils: Eryngium maritimum and Cakile maritima
  • Pomorie Lake, BulgariaIvanova, A.P.; Tsonev, T.D.; Peeva, V.N.; et al. (2015)  Euhalophyte Eryngium maritimum L.: the Microstructure and Functional Characteristics
  • shingle beach fronting the Nuclear Electric site at Sizewell, Suffolk (National Grid ref. TM 475 635). Walmsley, C. A. and A. J. Davy (1997) Germination characteristics of shingle beach species, effects of seed ageing and their implications for vegetation restoration
  • Miscellaneous notes
    References

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