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Report for Heterostachys ritteriana (Moq.) Ung.-Sternb.

updated: Apr 13th 2019, 9:28 am see all updates
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Family Amaranthaceae
Genus Heterostachys
Species ritteriana
Author (Moq.) Ung.-Sternb.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • xerohalophyte
Life form
  • ShrubKruger, H. R. and N. Peinemann (1996) Coastal plain halophytes and their relation to soil ionic composition
Previously was:
  • Nano-chamaephyteKruger, H. R. and N. Peinemann (1996) Coastal plain halophytes and their relation to soil ionic composition
  • Ecotypes unknown
    Max. salinity
    203 dS/mFranco, E., M. I. Troncozo, M. Baez, M. V. Mirifico, G. L. Robledo, P. A. Balatti and M. C. N. Saparrat (2018) Fusarium equiseti LPSC 1166 and its in vitro role in the decay of Heterostachys ritteriana leaf litterKruger, H. R. and N. Peinemann (1996) Coastal plain halophytes and their relation to soil ionic composition
    Previously was: 12
    Germination unknown
    Salt glands and bladders NoCuadra, V. P. and P. M. Hermann (2014) Leaf and stem anatomy of three halophytic Salicornieae (Chenopodiaceae) from Argentina
    Previously was: unknown
    Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
    Molecular data
    Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesBecerra, A., N. Bartoloni, N. Cofre, F. Soteras and M. Cabello (2014) Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in saline soils: Vertical distribution at different soil depthFranco, E., M. I. Troncozo, M. Baez, M. V. Mirifico, G. L. Robledo, P. A. Balatti and M. C. N. Saparrat (2018) Fusarium equiseti LPSC 1166 and its in vitro role in the decay of Heterostachys ritteriana leaf litter
    Bioremediation unknown
    antioxidants
    Secondary Metabolites
    Compatible Solutes
    Habitat
    • D6.2 Inland saline or brackish species-poor helophyte beds normally without free-standing waterFranco, E., M. I. Troncozo, M. Baez, M. V. Mirifico, G. L. Robledo, P. A. Balatti and M. C. N. Saparrat (2018) Fusarium equiseti LPSC 1166 and its in vitro role in the decay of Heterostachys ritteriana leaf litter
    • A2.52 Upper saltmarshesKruger, H. R. and N. Peinemann (1996) Coastal plain halophytes and their relation to soil ionic composition
    Previously was:
  • D6.2 Inland saline or brackish species-poor helophyte beds normally without free-standing waterFranco, E., M. I. Troncozo, M. Baez, M. V. Mirifico, G. L. Robledo, P. A. Balatti and M. C. N. Saparrat (2018) Fusarium equiseti LPSC 1166 and its in vitro role in the decay of Heterostachys ritteriana leaf litter
  • Economic use
    Distribution
    Distribution (text)
    • Central and South America  Medina, Ernesto; Francisco, Ana Marta; Wingfield, Robert; et al. (2008)  Halofitismo en plantas de la costa Caribe de Venezuela: halofitas y halotolerantes Halophytism in plants of the Caribbean coast of Venezuela: halophytes and halotolerantsCantero, J. J., J. M. Cisneros, M. Zobel and A. Cantero (1998) Environmental relationships of vegetation. Patterns in saltmarshes of central Argentina
    • Province of Córdoba(Departments of Tulumba, Ischilín, and Cruz del Eje, (64° 31' W, 29° 44' S),Argentina). Franco, E., M. I. Troncozo, M. Baez, M. V. Mirifico, G. L. Robledo, P. A. Balatti and M. C. N. Saparrat (2018) Fusarium equiseti LPSC 1166 and its in vitro role in the decay of Heterostachys ritteriana leaf litter
    • Bahia Blanca, ArgentinaKruger, H. R. and N. Peinemann (1996) Coastal plain halophytes and their relation to soil ionic composition
    Previously was:
  • Central and South America  Medina, Ernesto; Francisco, Ana Marta; Wingfield, Robert; et al. (2008)  Halofitismo en plantas de la costa Caribe de Venezuela: halofitas y halotolerantes Halophytism in plants of the Caribbean coast of Venezuela: halophytes and halotolerantsCantero, J. J., J. M. Cisneros, M. Zobel and A. Cantero (1998) Environmental relationships of vegetation. Patterns in saltmarshes of central Argentina
  • Province of Córdoba(Departments of Tulumba, Ischilín, and Cruz del Eje, (64° 31' W, 29° 44' S),Argentina). Franco, E., M. I. Troncozo, M. Baez, M. V. Mirifico, G. L. Robledo, P. A. Balatti and M. C. N. Saparrat (2018) Fusarium equiseti LPSC 1166 and its in vitro role in the decay of Heterostachys ritteriana leaf litter
  • Miscellaneous notes
    References

    Last Records approved
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    Aug 3rd 2020, 5:53 am

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    Aug 1st 2020, 5:43 am
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