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Report for Jaumea carnosa (Less.) A.Gray

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Family Asteraceae
Genus Jaumea
Species carnosa
Author (Less.) A.Gray
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
5000 mg/LBarbour, M. G. and C. B. Davis (1970) Salt tolerance of five Californian salt marsh plantsNoto, AE; Shurin, JB (2017) Early Stages of Sea-Level Rise Lead To Decreased Salt Marsh Plant Diversity through Stronger Competition in Mediterranean-Climate MarshesSt Omer () Regulation of NaCl in Jaumea carnosa (Asteraceae), a salt marsh species and it's effect in leaf structure. St. Omer, L. and W. H. Schlesinger (1980) Field and greenhouse investigations of the effects of increasing salt stress on the anatomy of Jaumea carnosa a salt marsh species
Previously was: SW
Germination unknown
Salt glands and bladders NoSt Omer, L. and M. F. Moseley (1981) The vegative anatomy of Jaumea carnosa
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesYang, WH; Traut, BH; Silver, WL (2015) Microbially mediated nitrogen retention and loss in a salt marsh soil
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbedsNoto, AE; Shurin, JB (2017) Early Stages of Sea-Level Rise Lead To Decreased Salt Marsh Plant Diversity through Stronger Competition in Mediterranean-Climate MarshesYang, WH; Traut, BH; Silver, WL (2015) Microbially mediated nitrogen retention and loss in a salt marsh soil
Economic use
  • 4500.0 Soil stabilization
  • 4850.0 Salt-tolerant ornamental
Distribution
Distribution (text)
  • Tijuana Estuary is located at 32’ 34’ N, I 17’ 7’ W California, USAZedler, J. B. (1977) Salt-Marsh Community Structure in Tijuana Estuary, California
  • SanDiegoCounty,CA.Noto, AE; Shurin, JB (2017) Early Stages of Sea-Level Rise Lead To Decreased Salt Marsh Plant Diversity through Stronger Competition in Mediterranean-Climate Marshes
  • Tule Slough in the Pe talu -ma marsh, Sonoma County, California, USA(38.1901° N, 122.5489° W) and Millport Slough in theSiletz Estuary, Lincoln County, Oregon, USA(44.8877° N, 123.9971° W)Janousek, CN; Buffington, KJ; Thorne, KM; Guntenspergen, GR; Takekawa, JY; Dugger, BD (2016) Potential effects of sea-level rise on plant productivity: species-specific responses in northeast Pacific tidal marshes
  • Tomales Bay (38.088 N, 122.838 W), which is part of the Point Reyes National Seashore in northern California.Yang, WH; Traut, BH; Silver, WL (2015) Microbially mediated nitrogen retention and loss in a salt marsh soil
Previously was:
  • North America - westZedler, J. B. (1977) Salt-Marsh Community Structure in Tijuana Estuary, California
  • SanDiegoCounty,CA.Noto, AE; Shurin, JB (2017) Early Stages of Sea-Level Rise Lead To Decreased Salt Marsh Plant Diversity through Stronger Competition in Mediterranean-Climate Marshes
  • Tule Slough in the Pe talu -ma marsh, Sonoma County, California, USA(38.1901° N, 122.5489° W) and Millport Slough in theSiletz Estuary, Lincoln County, Oregon, USA(44.8877° N, 123.9971° W)Janousek, CN; Buffington, KJ; Thorne, KM; Guntenspergen, GR; Takekawa, JY; Dugger, BD (2016) Potential effects of sea-level rise on plant productivity: species-specific responses in northeast Pacific tidal marshes
  • Tomales Bay (38.088 N, 122.838 W), which is part of the Point Reyes National Seashore in northern California.Yang, WH; Traut, BH; Silver, WL (2015) Microbially mediated nitrogen retention and loss in a salt marsh soil
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