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Report for Lotus creticus L.

updated: Jan 23rd 2020, 11:54 am see all updates
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Family Fabaceae
Genus Lotus
Species creticus
Author L.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • psammophile ZOHARY, M.; FAHN, A. (1952) Ecological studies on East Mediterranean dune plants
Life form
  • Nano-chamaephyte
Ecotypes Yes
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Max. salinity
400 mMMorales, M. A., J. J. Alarcon, A. Torrecillas and M. J. Sanchez-Blanco (2000) Growth and water relations of Lotus creticus creticus plants as affected by salinityRejili, M; Vadel, AM; Guetet, A; Neffatti, M (2007) Effect of NaCl on the growth and the ionic balance K+/Na+ of two populations of Lotus creticus (L.) (Papilionaceae)Sanchez-Blanco, M. J., M. A. Morales, A. Torrecillas and J. J. Alarcon (1998) Diurnal and seasonal osmotic potential changes in Lotus creticus creticus plants grown under saline stressTlili, A., M. Tarhouni, A. Cerda, M. Louhaichi and M. Neffati (2018) Comparing yield and growth characteristics of four pastoral plant species under two salinity soil levelsUchiya, P; Escaray, FJ; Bilenca, D; Pieckenstain, F; Ruiz, OA; Menendez, AB (2016) Salt effects on functional traits in model and in economically important Lotus species
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Germination YesRejili, M., A. M. Vadel, A. Guetet, M. Mahdhi, B. Lachiheb, A. Ferchichi and M. Mars (2010) Influence of temperature and salinity on the germination of Lotus creticus (L.) from the arid land of Tunisia
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Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3WINTER, K; TROUGHTON, JH (1977) PHOTOSYNTHETIC PATHWAYS IN PLANTS OF COASTAL AND INLAND HABITATS OF ISRAEL AND SINAI
Molecular data
  • MetabalomicsSanchez, D. H., F. L. Pieckenstain, F. Escaray, A. Erban, U. Kraemer, M. K. Udvardi and J. Kopka (2011) Comparative ionomics and metabolomics in extremophile and glycophytic Lotus species under salt stress challenge the metabolic pre-adaptation hypothesis
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Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesRejii, M; Mahdhi, M; Dominguez-Nunez, JA; Mars, M (2014) The phenotypic, phylogenetic and symbiotic characterization of rhizobia nodulating Lotus sp in Tunisian arid soilsRejili, M; Lorite, MJ; Mahdhi, M; Pinilla, JS; Ferchichi, A; Mars, M (2009) Genetic diversity of rhizobial populations recovered from three Lotus species cultivated in the infra-arid Tunisian soils
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Bioremediation unknown
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antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • B1 Coastal dunes and sandy shores ZOHARY, M.; FAHN, A. (1952) Ecological studies on East Mediterranean dune plants
Economic use
  • 4850.0 Salt-tolerant ornamentalFranco, J. A., S. Banon, J. A. Fernandez and D. I. Leskovar (2001) Effect of nursery regimes and establishment irrigation on root development of Lotus creticus seedlings following transplanting
  • 4520.0 Sand stabilization
  • 3000.0 FORAGETlili, A., M. Tarhouni, A. Cerda, M. Louhaichi and M. Neffati (2018) Comparing yield and growth characteristics of four pastoral plant species under two salinity soil levels
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  • 4850.0 Salt-tolerant ornamentalFranco, J. A., S. Banon, J. A. Fernandez and D. I. Leskovar (2001) Effect of nursery regimes and establishment irrigation on root development of Lotus creticus seedlings following transplanting
  • 4520.0 Sand stabilization
  • Distribution
    Distribution (text)
    • Mediterranean region  ZOHARY, M.; FAHN, A. (1952) Ecological studies on East Mediterranean dune plants
    • Balearic IslandsMONTSERRAT, PEDRO (1959) Lotus creticus in the Balearic pastures
    Previously was:
  • Mediterranean region  ZOHARY, M.; FAHN, A. (1952) Ecological studies on East Mediterranean dune plants
  • Miscellaneous notes
    References

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