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Report for Climacoptera crassa (M.Bieb.) Botsch.

updated: Sep 25th 2019, 8:31 pm see all updates
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Family Amaranthaceae
Genus Climacoptera
Species crassa
Author (M.Bieb.) Botsch.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • xerohalophyteGlagoleva, T. A. and M. V. Chulanovskaya (1996) Photosynthetic metabolism and assimilate translocation in C-4 halophytes inhabiting the Ararat valley
Life form
  • AnnualGlagoleva, T. A. and M. V. Chulanovskaya (1996) Photosynthetic metabolism and assimilate translocation in C-4 halophytes inhabiting the Ararat valley
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
1500 mMYildiztugay, E., C. Ozfidan-Konakci and M. Kucukoduk (2014) The role of antioxidant responses on the tolerance range of extreme halophyte Salsola crassa grown under toxic salt concentrations
Germination unknown
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C4Glagoleva, T. A. and M. V. Chulanovskaya (1996) Photosynthetic metabolism and assimilate translocation in C-4 halophytes inhabiting the Ararat valleyKOLCHEVSKII, KG; KOCHARYAN, NI; KOROLEVA, OY (1995) EFFECT OF SALINITY ON PHOTOSYNTHETIC CHARACTERISTICS AND ION ACCUMULATION IN C-3 AND C-4 PLANTS OF ARARAT PLAIN
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • Antioxidant enzymesYildiztugay, E., C. Ozfidan-Konakci and M. Kucukoduk (2014) The role of antioxidant responses on the tolerance range of extreme halophyte Salsola crassa grown under toxic salt concentrations
  • AntioxidantsYildiztugay, E., C. Ozfidan-Konakci and M. Kucukoduk (2014) The role of antioxidant responses on the tolerance range of extreme halophyte Salsola crassa grown under toxic salt concentrations
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
Economic use
Distribution
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Distribution (text)
  • Central and Southwestern Asia, North Africa and the MediterraneanYildiztugay, E., C. Ozfidan-Konakci and M. Kucukoduk (2014) The role of antioxidant responses on the tolerance range of extreme halophyte Salsola crassa grown under toxic salt concentrations
  • Harran and Amik plains, TurkeyAtamov, V., E. Aktoklu, E. Cetin, M. Aslan and M. Yavuz (2006) Halophytication in Harran (Sanliurfa) and Amik Plain (Hatay) in Turkey
  • Ararat Valley ArmeniaGlagoleva, T. A. and M. V. Chulanovskaya (1996) Photosynthetic metabolism and assimilate translocation in C-4 halophytes inhabiting the Ararat valleyIvanova, T. I., O. A. Semikhatova and O. S. Yudina (1994) On Dark Respiration in HalophytesKOLCHEVSKII, KG; KOCHARYAN, NI; KOROLEVA, OY (1995) EFFECT OF SALINITY ON PHOTOSYNTHETIC CHARACTERISTICS AND ION ACCUMULATION IN C-3 AND C-4 PLANTS OF ARARAT PLAIN
Previously was:
  • Central and Southwestern Asia, North Africa and the MediterraneanYildiztugay, E., C. Ozfidan-Konakci and M. Kucukoduk (2014) The role of antioxidant responses on the tolerance range of extreme halophyte Salsola crassa grown under toxic salt concentrations
  • Harran and Amik plains, TurkeyAtamov, V., E. Aktoklu, E. Cetin, M. Aslan and M. Yavuz (2006) Halophytication in Harran (Sanliurfa) and Amik Plain (Hatay) in Turkey
  • Miscellaneous notes Synonym is Salsola crassa
    References

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