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Report for Limbarda crithmoides (L.) Dumort.

updated: Jan 9th 2020, 12:01 pm see all updates
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Family Asteraceae
Genus Limbarda
Species crithmoides
Author (L.) Dumort.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • psammophile
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
SW Pasternak, D. and A. Nerd (1996) Research and utilization of halophytes in Israel
Germination YesDomenech-Carbo, A; Cervello-Bulls, P; Gonzalez, JM; Soriano, P; Estrelles, E; Montoya, N (2019) Electrochemical monitoring of ROS influence on seedlings and germination response to salinity stress of three species of the tribe InuleaeOkusanya, O. T. (1979) EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION INTO THE ECOLOGY OF SOME MARITIME CLIFF SPECIES .2. GERMINATION STUDIES
Previously was: unknown
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3
Molecular data
  • OilsAndreani, S; De Cian, MC; Paolini, J; Desjobert, JM; Costa, J; Muselli, A (2013) Chemical Variability and Antioxidant Activity of Limbarda crithmoides L. Essential Oil from Corsica
  • Nuclear DNAKoce, J. D., S. Skondric, T. Bacic and M. Dermastia (2008) Amounts of nuclear DNA in marine halophytes
Previously was: empty
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesCaravaca, F., M. D. Alguacil, P. Torres and A. Roldan (2005) Microbial activities and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi colonization in the rhizosphere of the salt marsh plant Inula crithmoides L. along a spatial salinity gradientSidhoum, W; Fortas, Z (2018) Growth and mycorrhizal responses to cadmium stress in some halophytic plants
Previously was: unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • AscorbatePehlivan, N. and N. S. Guler (2019) Salt Stress Triggered Changes in Osmoregulation and Antioxidants in Herbaceous Perennial Inula Plants (Asteraceae)
Previously was: empty
Secondary Metabolites
  • PolyaminesBueno, M. and M. P. Cordovilla (2019) Polyamines in Halophytes
Compatible Solutes
  • GlycinebetaineGil, R., I. Bautista, M. Boscaiu, A. Lidon, S. Wankhade, H. Sanchez, J. Llinares and O. Vicente (2014) Responses of five Mediterranean halophytes to seasonal changes in environmental conditionsPardo-Domenech, L. L., A. Tifrea, M. N. Grigore, M. Boscaiu and O. Vicente (2016) Proline and glycine betaine accumulation in two succulent halophytes under natural and experimental conditions
  • InositolGil, R., C. Lull, M. Boscaiu, I. Bautista, A. Lidon and O. Vicente (2011) Soluble Carbohydrates as Osmolytes in Several Halophytes from a Mediterranean Salt Marsh
  • ProlineGil, R., I. Bautista, M. Boscaiu, A. Lidon, S. Wankhade, H. Sanchez, J. Llinares and O. Vicente (2014) Responses of five Mediterranean halophytes to seasonal changes in environmental conditionsPardo-Domenech, L. L., A. Tifrea, M. N. Grigore, M. Boscaiu and O. Vicente (2016) Proline and glycine betaine accumulation in two succulent halophytes under natural and experimental conditions
Habitat
  • A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbedsGil, R., I. Bautista, M. Boscaiu, A. Lidon, S. Wankhade, H. Sanchez, J. Llinares and O. Vicente (2014) Responses of five Mediterranean halophytes to seasonal changes in environmental conditions
Economic use
  • 4850.0 Salt-tolerant ornamental
  • 0000.0 FOOD AND DRINKPetropoulos, S. A., A. Karkanis, N. Martins and I. Ferreira (2018) Edible halophytes of the Mediterranean basin: Potential candidates for novel food productsZurayk, RA; Baalbaki, R (1996) Inula crithmoides: A candidate plant for saline agriculture
Previously was:
  • 4850.0 Salt-tolerant ornamental
  • Distribution
    Distribution (text)
    • Mediterranean region Ozturk, M., S. Gucel, V. Altay, M. S. A. Ahmad, M. Y. Ashraf and M. Ashraf (2019) Clustering of halophytic species from Cyprus based on ionic contentsSciandrello, S; Tomaselli, V (2014) Coastal salt-marshes plant communities of the Salicornietea fruticosae class in Apulia (Italy)
    • Littoral salt marsh 15 km south of the city of Valencia (East Spain), in ‘La Albufera’ Natural Park (39 8 47 ′ 28 ′′ N, 1 8 04 ′ 25 ′′ W)Gil, R., I. Bautista, M. Boscaiu, A. Lidon, S. Wankhade, H. Sanchez, J. Llinares and O. Vicente (2014) Responses of five Mediterranean halophytes to seasonal changes in environmental conditions
    Miscellaneous notes Inula crithmoides is a well-known synonym
    References

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