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Report for Thinopyrum junceum

inserted: Jan 3rd 2019, 11:50 am

Family Poaceae
Genus Thinopyrum
Species junceum
Author
Previously was: (L.) Á.Löve
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
Life form
  • Perennial grassW.D. Clayton, M. Vorontsova, K.T. Harman & H. Williamson  (2006 onwards) GrassBase - The Online World Grass Flora
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
214 mMvan Puijenbroek, Marinka E. B.; Teichmann, Corry; Meijdam, Noortje; Oliveras, Imma; Berendse, Frank; Limpens, Juul (2017) Does salt stress constrain spatial distribution of dune building grasses Ammophila arenaria and Elytrichia juncea on the beach?
Germination YesEl-Katony, T. M., A. Khedr and N. G. Soliman (2015) Nutrients alleviate the deleterious effect of salinity on germination and early seedling growth of the psammophytic grass Elymus farctus
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
Previously was:
  • DNA markersWang, RRC; Li, XM; Hu, ZM; Zhang, JY; Larson, SR; Zhang, XY; Grieve, CM; Shannon, MC (2003) Development of salinity-tolerant wheat recombinant lines from a wheat disomic addition line carrying a Thinopyrum junceum chromosome
  • DNALinc, Gabriella; Gaal, Eszter; Molnar, Istvan; Icso, Diana; Badaeva, Ekaterina; Molnar-Lang, Marta (2017) Molecular cytogenetic (FISH) and genome analysis of diploid wheatgrasses and their phylogenetic relationshipLiu, X; Shi, J; Zhang, XY; Ma, YS; Jia, JZ (2001) Screening salt tolerance germplasms and tagging the tolerance gene(s) using microsatellite (SSR) markers in wheat
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
    Bioremediation unknown
    antioxidants
    Secondary Metabolites
    Compatible Solutes
    Previously was:
  • ProlineFidalgo, Fernanda; Santos, Arlete; Pimenta, Sofia; Marques, Joana; Honrado, Joao (2014) Regional Environmental Gradients Influence Ecophysiological Responses of Dominant Coastal Dune Plants to Changes in Local Conditions
  • Habitat
    Previously was:
  • B1 Coastal dunes and sandy shoresvan Puijenbroek, Marinka E. B.; Teichmann, Corry; Meijdam, Noortje; Oliveras, Imma; Berendse, Frank; Limpens, Juul (2017) Does salt stress constrain spatial distribution of dune building grasses Ammophila arenaria and Elytrichia juncea on the beach?
  • Economic use
    Previously was:
  • 0500.0 Breeding stockKing, IP; Law, CN; Cant, KA; Orford, SE; Reader, SM; Miller, TE (1997) Tritipyrum, a potential new salt-tolerant cerealZeinali, Ghodratollah; Mirzaghaderi, Ghader; Badakhshan, Hedieh (2013) Genome Structure and Salt Stress Response of Some Segregated Lines from Wheat and Tritipyrum CrossesZheng, Qi; Klindworth, Daryl L.; Friesen, Timothy L.; Liu, Ai-Feng; Li, Zhen-Sheng; Zhong, Shaobin; Jin, Yue; Xu, Steven S. (2014) Characterization of Thinopyrum Species for Wheat Stem Rust Resistance and Ploidy Level
  • 4700.0 Salt toleranceWang, RRC; Li, XM; Hu, ZM; Zhang, JY; Larson, SR; Zhang, XY; Grieve, CM; Shannon, MC (2003) Development of salinity-tolerant wheat recombinant lines from a wheat disomic addition line carrying a Thinopyrum junceum chromosomeZeinali, Ghodratollah; Mirzaghaderi, Ghader; Badakhshan, Hedieh (2013) Genome Structure and Salt Stress Response of Some Segregated Lines from Wheat and Tritipyrum Crosses
  • Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • Europe, Africa AustralasiaW.D. Clayton, M. Vorontsova, K.T. Harman & H. Williamson  (2006 onwards) GrassBase - The Online World Grass Flora
    Miscellaneous notes Many synonyms, including Elymus farctus (more references than T. junceum or Elytrigia juncea) Used in wheat breeding for salt toleranceMott, IW; Wang, RRC (2007) Comparative transcriptome analysis of salt-tolerant wheat germplasm lines using wheat genome arrays
    Previously was: Many synonyms, including Elymus farctus (more references than T. junceum or Elytrigia juncea) Agropyron junceiforme and A junceum, Elytrigia juncea, Thinopyrum junceiforme and T junceum and consequently many papers, many of which are not recorded here. Used in wheat breeding for salt tolerance
    References

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