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Report for Nanophyton erinaceum (Pall.) Bunge

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Family Amaranthaceae
Genus Nanophyton
Species erinaceum
Author (Pall.) Bunge
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • xerohalophyte
Life form
  • Shrub
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
Germination YesAbudureheman, B; Yan, C; Wei, Y (2012) Fruit growth and Seed Germination Characteristics of Nanophyton erinaceum : A Dominant Desert Shrub
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C4Pyankov, VI; Ziegler, H; Akhani, H; Deigele, C; Luttge, U (2010) European plants with C-4 photosynthesis: geographical and taxonomic distribution and relations to climate parameters
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
Economic use
Distribution
Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Distribution (text)
  • Irano-Turanian region
  • Junggar desert of Xinjiang, China.Abudureheman, B; Yan, C; Wei, Y (2012) Fruit growth and Seed Germination Characteristics of Nanophyton erinaceum : A Dominant Desert Shrub
  • Kyzylkum Desert (Uzbekistan)Kapustina, LA (2000) Biodiversity, ecology, and microelement composition of Kyzylkum Desert shrubs (Uzbekistan)
Previously was:
  • Irano-Turanian region
  • Junggar desert of Xinjiang, China.Abudureheman, B; Yan, C; Wei, Y (2012) Fruit growth and Seed Germination Characteristics of Nanophyton erinaceum : A Dominant Desert Shrub
  • Miscellaneous notes 1.2 M. Salinity showed significant inhibitory effect in seed germination of this species Grows in saline soils - see Kapustina (2000)Abudureheman, B; Yan, C; Wei, Y (2012) Fruit growth and Seed Germination Characteristics of Nanophyton erinaceum : A Dominant Desert Shrub
    Previously was: 1.2 M. Salinity showed significant inhibitory effect in seed germination of this species
    References

    Last Records approved
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    Sep 10th 2022, 6:13 pm

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    Sep 9th 2022, 10:47 am

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    Sep 8th 2022, 6:36 am

    Approved by T J Flowers
    Sep 8th 2022, 6:36 am
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