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Report for Oryza coarctata Roxb.

updated: Sep 28th 2020, 5:52 am see all updates
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Family Poaceae
Genus Oryza
Species coarctata
Author Roxb.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Perennial grass
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
256 mMParmar, S; Gharat, SA; Tagirasa, R; Chandra, T; Behera, L; Dash, SK; Shaw, BP (2020) Identification and expression analysis of miRNAs and elucidation of their role in salt tolerance in rice varieties susceptible and tolerant to salinity
Germination unknown
Salt glands and bladders YesBal, A. R. and S. K. Dutt (1986) Mechanism of salt tolerance in wild rice Oryza coarctata.Flowers, T. J., S. A. Flowers, M. A. Hajibagheri and A. R. Yeo (1990) Salt tolerance in the halophytic wild rice, Porteresia coarctata Tateoka.Rajakani, R., G. Sellamuthu, V. Saravanakumar, S. Kannappan, L. Shabala, H. Meinke, Z. H. Chen, M. X. Zhou, A. Parida, S. Shabala and G. Venkataraman (2019) Microhair on the adaxial leaf surface of salt secreting halophytic Oryza coarctata Roxb. show distinct morphotypes: Isolation for molecular and functional analysisSolis, CA; Yong, MT; Vinarao, R; Jena, K; Holford, P; Shabala, L; Zhou, MX; Shabala, S; Chen, ZH (2020) Back to the Wild: On a Quest for Donors Toward Salinity Tolerant Rice
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
  • miRNAsParmar, S; Gharat, SA; Tagirasa, R; Chandra, T; Behera, L; Dash, SK; Shaw, BP (2020) Identification and expression analysis of miRNAs and elucidation of their role in salt tolerance in rice varieties susceptible and tolerant to salinity
  • Amino acidsSuji  Somasundaram1,8,  Anne-Aliénor  Véry2,9,  Rithvik  S.  Vinekar3,8,  Tetsuya  Ishikawa4, Kumkum  Kumari1,2,  Shalini  Pulipati1,  Kavitha  Kumaresan5,  Claire  Corratgé-Faillie2,  R.  Sowdhamini3, Ajay Parida6, Lana Shabala4, Sergey Shabala4,7, Gayatri Venkataraman1, (2020) Homology modeling identifies crucial amino-acid residues that confer higher Na+ transport capacity of OcHKT1;5 from Oryza coarctata Roxb.
  • cDNA Suji  Somasundaram1,8,  Anne-Aliénor  Véry2,9,  Rithvik  S.  Vinekar3,8,  Tetsuya  Ishikawa4, Kumkum  Kumari1,2,  Shalini  Pulipati1,  Kavitha  Kumaresan5,  Claire  Corratgé-Faillie2,  R.  Sowdhamini3, Ajay Parida6, Lana Shabala4, Sergey Shabala4,7, Gayatri Venkataraman1, (2020) Homology modeling identifies crucial amino-acid residues that confer higher Na+ transport capacity of OcHKT1;5 from Oryza coarctata Roxb.
  • GenomeMondal, T. K., H. C. Rawal, S. Chowrasia, D. Varshney, A. K. Panda, A. Mazumdar, H. Kaur, K. Gaikwad, T. R. Sharma and N. K. Singh (2018) Draft genome sequence of first monocot-halophytic species Oryza coarctata reveals stress-specific genes
  • miRNAsMondal, T. K., S. A. Ganie and A. B. Debnath (2015) Identification of Novel and Conserved miRNAs from Extreme Halophyte, Oryza coarctata, a Wild Relative of RiceParmar, S; Gharat, SA; Tagirasa, R; Chandra, T; Behera, L; Dash, SK; Shaw, BP (2020) Identification and expression analysis of miRNAs and elucidation of their role in salt tolerance in rice varieties susceptible and tolerant to salinity
Previously was:
  • miRNAsParmar, S; Gharat, SA; Tagirasa, R; Chandra, T; Behera, L; Dash, SK; Shaw, BP (2020) Identification and expression analysis of miRNAs and elucidation of their role in salt tolerance in rice varieties susceptible and tolerant to salinity
  • Amino acidsSuji  Somasundaram1,8,  Anne-Aliénor  Véry2,9,  Rithvik  S.  Vinekar3,8,  Tetsuya  Ishikawa4, Kumkum  Kumari1,2,  Shalini  Pulipati1,  Kavitha  Kumaresan5,  Claire  Corratgé-Faillie2,  R.  Sowdhamini3, Ajay Parida6, Lana Shabala4, Sergey Shabala4,7, Gayatri Venkataraman1, (2020) Homology modeling identifies crucial amino-acid residues that confer higher Na+ transport capacity of OcHKT1;5 from Oryza coarctata Roxb.
  • cDNA Suji  Somasundaram1,8,  Anne-Aliénor  Véry2,9,  Rithvik  S.  Vinekar3,8,  Tetsuya  Ishikawa4, Kumkum  Kumari1,2,  Shalini  Pulipati1,  Kavitha  Kumaresan5,  Claire  Corratgé-Faillie2,  R.  Sowdhamini3, Ajay Parida6, Lana Shabala4, Sergey Shabala4,7, Gayatri Venkataraman1, (2020) Homology modeling identifies crucial amino-acid residues that confer higher Na+ transport capacity of OcHKT1;5 from Oryza coarctata Roxb.
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesBharathkumar, S; Paul, D; Nair, S (2008) Microbial diversity of culturable heterotr,ophs in the rhizosphere of salt marsh grass, Porteresia coarctata (Tateoka) in a mangrove ecosystemBhosale, SH; Patil, KB; Parameswaran, PS; Naik, CG; Jagtap, TG (2011) Active pharmaceutical ingredient (api) from an estuarine fungus, Microdochium nivale (Fr.)Loganathan, P. and S. Nair (2004) Swaminathania salitolerans gen. nov., sp nov., a salt-tolerant, nitrogen-fixing and phosphate-solubilizing bacterium from wild rice (Porteresia coarctata Tateoka)Rameshkumar, N; Gomez-Gil, B; Sproer, C; Lang, E; Kumar, ND; Krishnamurthi, S; Nair, S; Roque, A (2011) Vibrio plantisponsor sp nov., a diazotrophic bacterium isolated from a mangrove associated wild rice (Porteresia coarctata Tateoka)
    Previously was: unknown
    Bioremediation unknown
    antioxidants
    Secondary Metabolites
    Compatible Solutes
    • PinitolSengupta, S., B. Patra, S. Ray and A. L. Majumder (2008) Inositol methyl tranferase from a halophytic wild rice, Porteresia coarctata Roxb. (Tateoka): regulation of pinitol synthesis under abiotic stress
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    Habitat
    • A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbedsBillah, Md. Masum; Zamal, Hossain; Kamal, Abu Hena Mustafa; Hoque, A. T. M. Rafiqul; Rahman, Md. Mosaddequr; Hoque, Mohammed Muzammel; Akhtar, Aysha; Hoque, Mohammad Nesarul (2016) Saltmarsh and seagrass beds on the south-eastern coast of Bangladesh: vegetation characteristics and adjacent fisheries diversity
    Previously was: empty
    Economic use
    • 4000.0 LAND USEBegam, MM; Sutradhar, T; Chowdhury, R; Mukherjee, C; Basak, SK; Ray, K (2017) Native salt-tolerant grass species for habitat restoration, their acclimation and contribution to improving edaphic conditions: a study from a degraded mangrove in the Indian Sundarbans
    Previously was: empty
    Distribution

    No Distribution recorded for this taxon
    Distribution (text)
    Miscellaneous notes Oryza coarctata, has been much investigated as a source of salt tolerance for rice There are many references under the synonym Porteresia coarctata - an allotetraploid with high salt and submergence toleranceLu, BR; Ge, S (2003) Oryza coarctata: the name that best reflects the relationships of Porteresia coarctata (Poaceae : Oryzeae)Solis, CA; Yong, MT; Vinarao, R; Jena, K; Holford, P; Shabala, L; Zhou, MX; Shabala, S; Chen, ZH (2020) Back to the Wild: On a Quest for Donors Toward Salinity Tolerant RiceSuji  Somasundaram1,8,  Anne-Aliénor  Véry2,9,  Rithvik  S.  Vinekar3,8,  Tetsuya  Ishikawa4, Kumkum  Kumari1,2,  Shalini  Pulipati1,  Kavitha  Kumaresan5,  Claire  Corratgé-Faillie2,  R.  Sowdhamini3, Ajay Parida6, Lana Shabala4, Sergey Shabala4,7, Gayatri Venkataraman1, (2020) Homology modeling identifies crucial amino-acid residues that confer higher Na+ transport capacity of OcHKT1;5 from Oryza coarctata Roxb.
    Previously was: Oryza coarctata, a halophytic wild rice, grows in fluctuating salinity at the seawater-estuarine interface in Indian and Bangladeshi coastal regions. Oryza coarctata, formerly known as Porteresia coarctata, is an allotetraploid wild rice with high salt and submergence tolerance (Lu and Ge, 2003).
    References

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