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Report for Salicornia fruticosa (L.) L.

updated: Dec 9th 2018, 9:23 am see all updates
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Family Amaranthaceae
Genus Salicornia
Species fruticosa
Author (L.) L.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
Life form
  • ShrubSteffen, S., P. Ball, L. Mucina and G. Kadereit (2015) Phylogeny, biogeography and ecological diversification of Sarcocornia (Salicornioideae, Amaranthaceae)
Ecotypes unknown
Previously was: Yes
Max. salinity
1030 mMRedondo-Gomez, S., C. Wharmby, J. M. Castillo, E. Mateos-Naranjo, C. J. Luque, A. de Cires, T. Luque, A. J. Davy and M. E. Figueroa (2006) Growth and photosynthetic responses to salinity in an extreme halophyte, Sarcocornia fruticosa
Germination YesMunoz-Rodriguez, A. F., I. Sanjose, B. Marquez-Garcia, M. D. Infante-Izquierdo, A. Polo-Avila, F. J. J. Nieva and J. M. Castillo (2017) Germination syndromes in response to salinity of Chenopodiaceae halophytes along the intertidal gradientPujol, J. A., J. F. Calvo and L. Ramirez-Diaz (2000) Recovery of germination from different osmotic conditions by four halophytes from southeastern SpainRedondo, S., A. E. Rubio-Casal, J. M. Castillo, C. J. Luque, A. A. Alvarez, T. Luque and M. E. Figueroa (2004) Influences of salinity and light on germination of three Sarcocornia taxa with contrasted habitats
Salt glands and bladders NoSaadeddin, R. and H. Doddema (1986) Anatomy of the  halophyte Arthrocnemum fruticosum (L.) Moq. in relation to its physiology.
Photosynthesis Pathway C3Nieva, FJJ; Castellanos, EM; Figueroa, ME; Gil, F (1999) Gas exchange and chlorophyll fluorescence of C-3 and C-4 saltmarsh species
Molecular data
  • Nuclear and chloroplast DNASteffen, S., P. Ball, L. Mucina and G. Kadereit (2015) Phylogeny, biogeography and ecological diversification of Sarcocornia (Salicornioideae, Amaranthaceae)
Previously was:
  • DNASteffen, S., P. Ball, L. Mucina and G. Kadereit (2015) Phylogeny, biogeography and ecological diversification of Sarcocornia (Salicornioideae, Amaranthaceae)
  • Chloroplast DNASteffen, S., P. Ball, L. Mucina and G. Kadereit (2015) Phylogeny, biogeography and ecological diversification of Sarcocornia (Salicornioideae, Amaranthaceae)
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesCarrasco, L., F. Caravaca, J. Alvarez-Rogel and A. Roldan (2006) Microbial processes in the rhizosphere soil of a heavy metals-contaminated Mediterranean salt marsh: A facilitating role of AM fungi
    Bioremediation unknown
    Previously was: Yes
    antioxidants
    Previously was:
  • PolyphenolsDuarte, B., D. Santos, J. C. Marques and I. Cacador (2013) Ecophysiological adaptations of two halophytes to salt stress: Photosynthesis, PS II photochemistry and anti-oxidant feedback - Implications for resilience in climate changeVentura, Y., W. A. Wuddineh, M. Myrzabayeva, Z. Alikulov, I. Khozin-Goldberg, M. Shpigel, T. M. Samocha and M. Sagi (2011) Effect of seawater concentration on the productivity and nutritional value of annual Salicornia and perennial Sarcocomia halophytes as leafy vegetable crops
  • Antioxidant enzymesDuarte, B., D. Santos and I. Cacador (2013) Halophyte anti-oxidant feedback seasonality in two salt marshes with different degrees of metal contamination: search for an efficient biomarkerGil, R., I. Bautista, M. Boscaiu, A. Lidon, S. Wankhade, H. Sanchez, J. Llinares and O. Vicente (2014) Responses of five Mediterranean halophytes to seasonal changes in environmental conditions
  • Secondary Metabolites
    Compatible Solutes
    • GlycinebetaineGil, R., I. Bautista, M. Boscaiu, A. Lidon, S. Wankhade, H. Sanchez, J. Llinares and O. Vicente (2014) Responses of five Mediterranean halophytes to seasonal changes in environmental conditions
    Habitat
    • A2.53 Mid-upper saltmarshes Steffen, S., P. Ball, L. Mucina and G. Kadereit (2015) Phylogeny, biogeography and ecological diversification of Sarcocornia (Salicornioideae, Amaranthaceae)
    Economic use
    Previously was:
  • 0110.0 VegetablesVentura, Y., W. A. Wuddineh, M. Myrzabayeva, Z. Alikulov, I. Khozin-Goldberg, M. Shpigel, T. M. Samocha and M. Sagi (2011) Effect of seawater concentration on the productivity and nutritional value of annual Salicornia and perennial Sarcocomia halophytes as leafy vegetable crops
  • 8000.0 CHEMICALS Abideen, Z; Qasim, M; Rizvi, RF; Gul, B; Ansari, R; Khan, MA (2015) Oilseed halophytes: a potential source of biodiesel using saline degraded lands
  • Distribution

    No Distribution recorded for this taxon
    Distribution (text)
    • Mediterranean coasts, Altlantic coast FranceSteffen, S., P. Ball, L. Mucina and G. Kadereit (2015) Phylogeny, biogeography and ecological diversification of Sarcocornia (Salicornioideae, Amaranthaceae)
    Previously was:
  • Mediterranean coasts, Altlantic coast FranceSteffen, S., P. Ball, L. Mucina and G. Kadereit (2015) Phylogeny, biogeography and ecological diversification of Sarcocornia (Salicornioideae, Amaranthaceae)
  • North east AlgeriaNeffar, S; Chenchouni, H; Bachir, AS (2016) Floristic composition and analysis of spontaneous vegetation of Sabkha Djendli in north-east Algeria
  • Kavak Delta, TurkeyZorb, C., A. Sumer, A. Sungur, T. J. Flowers and H. Ozcan (2013) Ranking of 11 coastal halophytes from salt marshes in northwest Turkey according their salt tolerance
  • Miscellaneous notes Synonyms include Sarcocornia fruticosa and Arthrocnemum fruticosum
    Previously was: Synonyms include Sarcocornia fruticosa and Arthrocnemum fruticosum On 09 Dec 2018 there were 124 papers in the Web of Science related to Sarcocornia fruticosa, 30 for Salicornia fruticosa and 25 for A. fruticosum
    References

    Last Records approved
    Submitted by Mohammed Al-azzawi
    Nov 24th 2021, 9:10 am

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Nov 24th 2021, 2:59 pm
    Submitted by Mohammed Al-azzawi
    Nov 24th 2021, 8:54 am

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Nov 24th 2021, 2:58 pm
    Submitted by T J Flowers
    Nov 24th 2021, 6:14 am

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Nov 24th 2021, 6:14 am
    Submitted by T J Flowers
    Nov 24th 2021, 5:56 am

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Nov 24th 2021, 5:56 am
    Submitted by T J Flowers
    Nov 21st 2021, 5:52 am

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Nov 22nd 2021, 9:19 am
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