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Report for Hordeum vulgare L.

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Family Poaceae
Genus Hordeum
Species vulgare
Author L.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
Life form
  • Annual
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
200 mMBchini, H., M. Ben Naceur, R. Sayar, H. Khemira and L. Ben Kaab-Bettaeib (2010) Genotypic differences in root and shoot growth of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) grown under different salinity levelsBen Khaled, A., T. Hayek, E. Mansour and A. Ferchichi (2016) Comparative effect of salinity on ion accumulation, grain yield and stability salt tolerance degree of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) in different growth stageColmer, T. D., R. Munns and T. J. Flowers (2005) Improving salt tolerance of wheat and barley: future prospectsFlowers, T. J. and M. A. Hajibagheri (2001) Salinity tolerance in Hordeum vulgare: ion concentrations in root cells of cultivars differing in salt toleranceGreenway, H. (1965) PLANT RESPONSE TO SALINE SUBSTRATES .7. GROWTH AND ION UPTAKE THROUGHOUT PLANT DEVELOPMENT IN 2 VARIETIES OF HORDEUM VULGAREGreenway, H. (1965) PLANT RESPONSE TO SALINE SUBSTRATES .7. GROWTH AND ION UPTAKE THROUGHOUT PLANT DEVELOPMENT IN 2 VARIETIES OF HORDEUM VULGAREMovafegh, S., R. Razeghi Jadid and S. Kiabi (2012) Effect of salinity stress on chlorophyll content, proline, water soluble carbohydrate, germination, growth and dry weight of three seedling barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) cultivarsMunns, R., H. Greenway and R. Delane (1981) CAUSE OF GROWTH REDUCTION OF BARLEY HORDEUM-VULGARE AT HIGH SALINITYRoth, H. (1989) THE INFLUENCE OF SODIUM CHLORIDE OR SODIUM SULFATE SUBSTRATE SALINITY ON THE GROWTH AND DRY MATTER PRODUCTION OF TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L. HORDEUM-VULGARE L. AND ORYZA-SATIVA L. UNDER LABORATORY CONDITIONSTavakkoli, E., F. Fatehi, P. Rengasamy and G. K. McDonald (2012) A comparison of hydroponic and soil-based screening methods to identify salt tolerance in the field in barley
Germination YesAskari, H., S. K. Kazemitabar, H. N. Zarrini and M. H. Saberi (2016) Salt tolerance assessment of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) genotypes at germination stage by tolerance indicesKumar A, Bahadur B, Sharma BK.  (1988) INFLUENCE OF SALTS ON THE GERMINATION AND SEEDLING GROWTH OF HORDEUM-VULGARE-L.Mer, R. K., P. K. Prajith, D. H. Pandya and A. N. Pandey (2000) Effect of salts on germination of seeds and growth of young plants of Hordeum vulgare, Triticum aestivum, Cicer arietinum and Brassica junceaMovafegh, S., R. Razeghi Jadid and S. Kiabi (2012) Effect of salinity stress on chlorophyll content, proline, water soluble carbohydrate, germination, growth and dry weight of three seedling barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) cultivarsYoruk, E., F. Tufan, C. Ucarli and F. Gurel (2011) Physiological responses of elite barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) cultivars to salt stress at germination stage
Salt glands and bladders No
Previously was: unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3
Molecular data
  • MetabolomicsFerchichi S, Hessini K, Dell'Aversana E, D'Amelia L, Woodrow P, Ciarmiello LF, Fuggi A, Carillo P.  (2018) Hordeum vulgare and Hordeum maritimum respond to extended salinity stress displaying different temporal accumulation pattern of metabolites.Huang, L., L. Kuang, X. Li, L. Wu, D. Wu and G. Zhang (2018) Metabolomic and transcriptomic analyses reveal the reasons why Hordeum marinum has higher salt tolerance than Hordeum vulgareWidodo, J. H. Patterson, E. Newbigin, M. Tester, A. Bacic and U. Roessner (2009) Metabolic responses to salt stress of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) cultivars, Sahara and Clipper, which differ in salinity toleranceWu, D., S. Cai, M. Chen, L. Ye, Z. Chen, H. Zhang, F. Dai, F. Wu and G. Zhang (2013) Tissue Metabolic Responses to Salt Stress in Wild and Cultivated Barley
  • TranscriptomicsHuang, L., L. Kuang, X. Li, L. Wu, D. Wu and G. Zhang (2018) Metabolomic and transcriptomic analyses reveal the reasons why Hordeum marinum has higher salt tolerance than Hordeum vulgare
  • Long non-coding RNAs Karlik, E., S. Marakli and N. Gozukirmizi (2018) Two IncRNAs Expression Profiles in Salt Stressed Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) Roots
  • DNA methylationKonate, M., M. J. Wilkinson, B. T. Mayne, S. M. Pederson, E. S. Scott, B. Berger and C. M. R. Lopez (2018) Salt Stress Induces Non-CG Methylation in Coding Regions of Barley Seedlings (Hordeum vulgare)
  • microRNAsKuang L, Shen Q, Wu L, Yu J, Fu L, Wu D, Zhang G (2019) Identification of microRNAs responding to salt stress in barley by high-throughput sequencing and degradome analysis.
  • ProteomicsShen Q, Yu J, Fu L, Wu L, Dai F, Jiang L, Wu D, Zhang G (2018) Ionomic, metabolomic and proteomic analyses reveal molecular mechanisms of root adaption to salt stress in Tibetan wild barley
Previously was:
  • MetabolomicsFerchichi S, Hessini K, Dell'Aversana E, D'Amelia L, Woodrow P, Ciarmiello LF, Fuggi A, Carillo P.  (2018) Hordeum vulgare and Hordeum maritimum respond to extended salinity stress displaying different temporal accumulation pattern of metabolites.Huang, L., L. Kuang, X. Li, L. Wu, D. Wu and G. Zhang (2018) Metabolomic and transcriptomic analyses reveal the reasons why Hordeum marinum has higher salt tolerance than Hordeum vulgareWidodo, J. H. Patterson, E. Newbigin, M. Tester, A. Bacic and U. Roessner (2009) Metabolic responses to salt stress of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) cultivars, Sahara and Clipper, which differ in salinity toleranceWu, D., S. Cai, M. Chen, L. Ye, Z. Chen, H. Zhang, F. Dai, F. Wu and G. Zhang (2013) Tissue Metabolic Responses to Salt Stress in Wild and Cultivated Barley
  • TranscriptomicsHuang, L., L. Kuang, X. Li, L. Wu, D. Wu and G. Zhang (2018) Metabolomic and transcriptomic analyses reveal the reasons why Hordeum marinum has higher salt tolerance than Hordeum vulgare
  • Long non-coding RNAs Karlik, E., S. Marakli and N. Gozukirmizi (2018) Two IncRNAs Expression Profiles in Salt Stressed Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) Roots
  • DNA methylationKonate, M., M. J. Wilkinson, B. T. Mayne, S. M. Pederson, E. S. Scott, B. Berger and C. M. R. Lopez (2018) Salt Stress Induces Non-CG Methylation in Coding Regions of Barley Seedlings (Hordeum vulgare)
  • microRNAsKuang L, Shen Q, Wu L, Yu J, Fu L, Wu D, Zhang G (2019) Identification of microRNAs responding to salt stress in barley by high-throughput sequencing and degradome analysis.
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesChen, T., C. Li, J. F. White and Z. Nan (2019) Effect of the fungal endophyte Epichloe bromicola on polyamines in wild barley (Hordeum brevisubulatum) under salt stressEl, H., S. El, S. F. Mahmoud and S. A. Amer (2016) Potential of Halotolerant Rhizobacteria Isolated from Taif to Promote Growth and Alleviate the Salt Stress of Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) Grown in Saline SoilsMahmoud, O. M.-B., I. Ben Slimene, O. T. Zribi, C. Abdelly and N. Djebali (2017) Response to salt stress is modulated by growth-promoting rhizobacteria inoculation in two contrasting barley cultivarsSuarez, C., M. Cardinale, S. Ratering, D. Steffens, S. Jung, A. M. Z. Montoya, R. Geissler-Plaum and S. Schnell (2015) Plant growth-promoting effects of Hartmannibacter diazotrophicus on summer barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) under salt stress
    Bioremediation unknown
    antioxidants
    • AntioxidantsBagues, M., C. Hafsi, Y. Yahia, I. Souli, F. Boussora and K. Nagaz (2019) Modulation of Photosynthesis, Phenolic Contents, Antioxidant Activities, and Grain Yield of Two Barley Accessions Grown under Deficit Irrigation with Saline Water in an Arid Area of TunisiaMa, Y., P. Wang, Z. Chen, Z. Gu and R. Yang (2019) NaCl stress on physio-biochemical metabolism and antioxidant capacity in germinated hulless barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)Seckin, B., I. Turkan, A. H. Sekmen and C. Ozfidan (2010) The role of antioxidant defense systems at differential salt tolerance of Hordeum marinum Huds. (sea barleygrass) and Hordeum vulgare L. (cultivated barley)Torun, H. (2019) Time-course analysis of salicylic acid effects on ROS regulation and antioxidant defense in roots of hulled and hulless barley under combined stress of drought, heat and salinity
    • Antioxidant enzymesDemiral, M. A., M. Aydin and A. Yorulmaz (2005) Effect of salinity on growth chemical composition and antioxidative enzyme activity of two malting barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) cultivarsLiang YC, Chen Q, Liu Q, Zhang WH, Ding RX.  (2003) Exogenous silicon (Si) increases antioxidant enzyme activity and reduces lipid peroxidation in roots of salt-stressed barley (Hordeum vulgare L.).
    Secondary Metabolites
    Compatible Solutes
    • ProlineChandra, S. and R. S. Chauhan (1983) FREE PROLINE IN BARLEY HORDEUM-VULGARE PEARL MILLET PENNISETUM-TYPHOIDES AND CHICK-PEA CICER-ARIETINUM GROWN UNDER SOIL SALINITY STRESSChen, Z., T. A. Cuin, M. Zhou, A. Twomey, B. P. Naidu and S. Shiabala (2007) Compatible solute accumulation and stress-mitigating effects in barley genotypes contrasting in their salt toleranceVoetberg, G. and C. R. Stewart (1984) STEADY-STATE PROLINE LEVELS IN SALT-SHOCKED BARLEY LEAVESWynjones, R. G. and R. Storey (1978) SALT STRESS AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY IN THE GRAMINEAE .2. GLYCINEBETAINE AND PROLINE ACCUMULATION IN 2 SALT-STRESSED AND WATER-STRESSED BARLEY CULTIVARS
    • Glycine betaineChen, Z., T. A. Cuin, M. Zhou, A. Twomey, B. P. Naidu and S. Shiabala (2007) Compatible solute accumulation and stress-mitigating effects in barley genotypes contrasting in their salt toleranceGrumet, R. and A. D. Hanson (1983) GENETIC ANALYSES OF GLYCINE-BETAINE ACCUMULATION IN BARLEYMitsuya, S., K. Kozaki and T. Takabe (2013) Tissue Localization of the Glycine Betaine Biosynthetic Enzymes in Barley LeavesWynjones, R. G. and R. Storey (1978) SALT STRESS AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY IN THE GRAMINEAE .2. GLYCINEBETAINE AND PROLINE ACCUMULATION IN 2 SALT-STRESSED AND WATER-STRESSED BARLEY CULTIVARS
    Habitat
    Economic use
    • 0000.0 FOOD AND DRINK
    Previously was: empty
    Distribution

    No Distribution recorded for this taxon
    Distribution (text)
    Miscellaneous notes Cultivated barley with over 3000 references. Examples are shown in the record
    Previously was: Cultivated barley with over 3000 references
    References

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