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Report for Medicago polymorpha L.

updated: May 13th 2020, 2:35 pm see all updates
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Family Fabaceae
Genus Medicago
Species polymorpha
Author L.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
Life form
Previously was:
  • Annual
  • Ecotypes unknown
    Max. salinity
    100 mMKarami, M; Rafiei, F; Shiran, B; Khodambashi, M (2015) Comparative response of annual Medicago spp. to salinityKarami, M; Rafiei, F; Shiran, B; Khodambashi, M (2015) Comparative response of annual Medicago spp. to salinityKotula, L; Kwa, HY; Nichols, PGH; Colmer, TD (2019) Tolerance and recovery of the annual pasture legumes Melilotus siculus, Trifolium michelianum and Medicago polymorpha to soil salinity, soil waterlogging and the combination of these stressesMapfumo, E; Behdani, MA; Rengel, Z; Barrett-Lennard, EG (2008) Growth and physiological responses of balansa clover and burr medic to low levels of salinity
    Germination YesNichols, PGH; Malik, AI; Stockdale, M; Colmer, TD (2009) Salt tolerance and avoidance mechanisms at germination of annual pasture legumes: importance for adaptation to saline environments
    Salt glands and bladders unknown
    Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
    Molecular data
    • Transcription factorsMokhtari, F; Rafiei, F; Shabani, L; Shiran, B (2017) Differential expression pattern of transcription factors across annual Medicago genotypes in response to salinity stress
    Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesAlias-Villegas, C; Cubo, MT; Lara-Dampier, V; Bellogin, RA; Camacho, M; Temprano, F; Espuny, MR (2015) Rhizobial strains isolated from nodules of Medicago marina in southwest Spain are abiotic-stress tolerant and symbiotically diverseChinnaswamy, A; de la Pena, TC; Stoll, A; Rojo, DD; Bravo, J; Rincon, A; Lucas, MM; Pueyo, JJ (2018) A nodule endophytic Bacillus megaterium strain isolated from Medicago polymorpha enhances growth, promotes nodulation by Ensifer medicae and alleviates salt stress in alfalfa plantsDjedidi, S; Yokoyama, T; Ohkama-Ohtsu, N; Risal, CP; Abdelly, C; Sekimoto, H (2011) Stress Tolerance and Symbiotic and Phylogenic Features of Root Nodule Bacteria Associated with Medicago Species in Different Bioclimatic Regions of Tunisia
    Bioremediation unknown
    antioxidants
    • Antioxidant enzymesKarami, M; Rafiei, F; Shiran, B; Khodambashi, M (2015) Comparative response of annual Medicago spp. to salinity
    Secondary Metabolites
    • SaponinsTava, A; Pecetti, L (2012) Chemical Investigation of Saponins from Twelve Annual Medicago Species and their Bioassay with the Brine Shrimp Artemia salina
    Compatible Solutes
    Habitat
    Economic use
    • 3000.0 FORAGEKotula, L; Kwa, HY; Nichols, PGH; Colmer, TD (2019) Tolerance and recovery of the annual pasture legumes Melilotus siculus, Trifolium michelianum and Medicago polymorpha to soil salinity, soil waterlogging and the combination of these stresses
    Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    Miscellaneous notes
    References

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