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Report for Plantago coronopus L.

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Family Plantaginaceae
Genus Plantago
Species coronopus
Author L.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • xerophyte
Life form
  • AnnualAnderson, E. R., Lovin, M. E., Richter, S. J., & Lacey, E. P. (2013) Multiple Plantago species (Plantaginaceae) modify floral reflectance and color in response to thermal changeBozdağ, B., Sepet, H., & Özdemir, C.  (2015) Bozdağ, B., Sepet, H., & Özdemir, C. Hassemer, G., Iamonico, D., Rønsted, N., & Di Pietro, R. (2017) Typification of the Linnaean names Plantago serraria and P. subulata (Plantago subgenus Coronopus, Plantaginaceae)Höpke, J., Mucina, L., & Albach, D. C.  (2019) Phylogenetic and morphometric analysis of Plantago section Coronopus (Plantaginaceae).
Ecotypes YesBerjano, R., Villellas, J., García, M. B., & Terrab, A.  (2015) Phylogeography reveals latitudinal population structure in the common herb Plantago coronopus.Villellas, J., Ehrlén, J., Olesen, J. M., Braza, R., & García, M. B. (2013) Plant performance in central and northern peripheral populations of the widespread Plantago coronopus.
Max. salinity
43 dS/m
Germination YesAl Hassan, M., A. Pacurar, A. Gaspar, O. Vicente and M. Boscaiu (2014) Growth and Reproductive Success under Saline Conditions of Three Plantago Species with Different Levels of Stress ToleranceBraza, R., Arroyo, J., & García, M. B. (2010) Natural variation of fecundity components in a widespread plant with dimorphic seeds.Bueno, M., M. L. Lendinez, C. Aparicio and M. P. Cordovilla (2017) Germination and growth of Atriplex prostrata and Plantago coronopus: Two strategies to survive in saline habitatsFarrell, C; Hobbs, RJ ; Colmer, TD (2012) Microsite and litter cover effects on seed banks vary with seed size and dispersal mechanisms: implications for revegetation of degraded saline landKoelewijn, H. P., and Van Damme, J. M. (2005) Effects of seed size, inbreeding and maternal sex on offspring fitness in gynodioecious Plantago coronopus.Waite, S. and M. J. Hutchings (1978) The Effects of sowing density, salinity and substrate upon the germination of seeds of Plantago coronopus L.van der Meer, S., Sebrechts, T., Vanderstraeten, S., & Jacquemyn, H. (2017).  (2017) The female advantage in natural populations of gynodioecious Plantago coronopus: seed quantity vs. offspring quality
Salt glands and bladders NoMarius-Nicuşor Grigore, Constantin Toma (2010) Salt-secreting structures of Halophytes. An integrative approach (in Romanian)Marius-Nicuşor G, Ivănescu L, Toma C (2014) Halophytes. An integrative anatomical studyTeixeira, A., Iannetta, P., Binnie, K., Valentine, T. A., & Toorop, P. (2020) Myxospermous seed-mucilage quantity correlates with environmental gradients indicative of water-deficit stress: Plantago species as a model.
Photosynthesis Pathway C3Koyro, H. W. (2006) Effect of salinity on growth, photosynthesis, water relations and solute composition of the potential cash crop halophyte Plantago coronopus (L.).Marius-Nicuşor G, Ivănescu L, Toma C (2014) Halophytes. An integrative anatomical study
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • C1.5 Permanent inland saline and brackish lakes, ponds and poolsQasem, Jamal R. (2015) PROSPECTS OF WILD MEDICINAL AND INDUSTRIAL PLANTS OF SALINE HABITATS IN THE JORDAN VALLEY
  • D6.1 Inland saltmarshesAl Hassan, M., A. Pacurar, A. Gaspar, O. Vicente and M. Boscaiu (2014) Growth and Reproductive Success under Saline Conditions of Three Plantago Species with Different Levels of Stress Tolerance
Economic use
  • 8000.0 CHEMICALS Serrano, H. C., Cotrim, H., Pinto, M. J., Martins-Loução, M. A., & Branquinho, C. (2017) Metal hyperaccumulation patterns within Plantago phylogeny (Plantaginaceae).
  • 7000.0 MEDICALRodrigues, M. J., K. N. Gangadhar, C. Vizetto-Duarte, S. G. Wubshet, N. T. Nyberg, L. Barreira, J. Varela and L. Custodio (2014) Maritime Halophyte Species from Southern Portugal as Sources of Bioactive Molecules
Distribution
Distribution (text)
  • Mediterranean region
  • Irano-Turanian region
  • Saharo-Arabian region
  • 75 km parallel to the Jordan River and the Dead Sea, and varies in width from 10 km at Wadi Hisban and Wadi Zarqa to about 2-3 km in Zara, JordanQasem, Jamal R. (2015) PROSPECTS OF WILD MEDICINAL AND INDUSTRIAL PLANTS OF SALINE HABITATS IN THE JORDAN VALLEY
  • Natural Park of La Albufera (Province of Valencia, Spain)Al Hassan, M., A. Pacurar, A. Gaspar, O. Vicente and M. Boscaiu (2014) Growth and Reproductive Success under Saline Conditions of Three Plantago Species with Different Levels of Stress Tolerance
Miscellaneous notes
References

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