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Report for Paspalum vaginatum Sw.

updated: Oct 18th 2020, 6:19 am see all updates
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Family Poaceae
Genus Paspalum
Species vaginatum
Author Sw.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
Life form
Ecotypes YesGuo, HL; Wang, Y; Li, DD; Chen, JB; Zong, JQ; Wang, ZY; Chen, X; Liu, JX (2016) Growth response and ion regulation of seashore paspalum accessions to increasing salinity
Previously was: unknown
Max. salinity
540 mMChen, JB; Yan, J; Qian, YL; Jiang, YQ; Zhang, TT; Guo, HL; Guo, AG; Liu, JX (2009) Growth responses and ion regulation of four warm season turfgrasses to long-term salinity stressGuo, HL; Wang, Y; Li, DD; Chen, JB; Zong, JQ; Wang, ZY; Chen, X; Liu, JX (2016) Growth response and ion regulation of seashore paspalum accessions to increasing salinityMARCUM, KB; MURDOCH, CL (1994) SALINITY TOLERANCE MECHANISMS OF 6 C(4) TURFGRASSESPompeiano, A; Giannini, V; Gaetani, M; Vita, F; Guglielminetti, L; Bonari, E; Volterrani, M (2014) Response of warm-season grasses to N fertilization and salinityUddin, MK; Juraimi, AS; Ismail, MR; Othman, R; Ahmad-Hamdani, MS; Rahim, AA (2014) SEAWATER: AN ALTERNATIVE GRASSY WEED CONTROL METHOD FOR POST EMERGENCE HERBICIDES IN TROPICAL TURFGRASS
Previously was: SW
Germination YesSchiavon, M; Serena, M; Leinauer, B; Sallenave, R; Baird, JH (2015) Seeding Date and Irrigation System Effects on Establishment of Warm-Season TurfgrassesSerena, M; Leinauer, B; Sallenave, R; Schiavon, M; Maier, B (2012) Media Selection and Seed Coating Influence Germination of Turfgrasses under Salinity
Previously was: unknown
Salt glands and bladders NoChavarria, MR; Wherley, B; Jessup, R; Chandra, A (2020) Leaf anatomical responses and chemical composition of warm-season turfgrasses to increasing salinityyMarcum, K. B. and C. L. Murdoch (1994) Salinity tolerance mechanisms of six C4 turfgrasses
Previously was: unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C4Marcum, K. B. and C. L. Murdoch (1994) Salinity tolerance mechanisms of six C4 turfgrasses
Molecular data
  • TranscriptomicsWu, P. P., S. Cogill, Y. J. Qiu, Z. G. Li, M. Zhou, Q. Hu, Z. H. Chang, R. E. Noorai, X. X. Xia, C. Saski, P. Raymer and H. Luo (2020) Comparative transcriptome profiling provides insights into plant salt tolerance in seashore paspalum (Paspalum vaginatum)
  • DNA contentEudy, D; Bahri, BA; Harrison, ML; Raymer, P; Devos, KM (2017) Ploidy Level and Genetic Diversity in the Genus Paspalum, Group DistichaSchwartz, BM; Contreras, RN; Harris-Shultz, KR; Heckart, DL; Peake, JB; Raymer, PL (2013) Discovery and Characterization of a Turf-type Triploid Seashore Paspalum
  • cDNAChen, Y., C. Chen, Z. Tan, J. Liu, L. Zhuang, Z. Yang and B. Huang (2016) Functional Identification and Characterization of Genes Cloned from Halophyte Seashore Paspalum Conferring Salinity and Cadmium Tolerance
Previously was: empty
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesGarcia, IV; Mendoza, RE (2008) Relationships among soil properties, plant nutrition and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi-plant symbioses in a temperate grassland along hydrologic, saline and sodic gradientsThoen D (1987) First observations on the occurrence of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae VAM in hydrophytes hygrophytes halophytes and xerophytes in the region of lake Retba Cap-Vert Senegal during the dry season
Bioremediation YesLonard, R. I., F. W. Judd and R. Stalter (2015) Biological Flora of Coastal Dunes and Wetlands: Borrichia frutescens (L.) DCQureshi, AS (2017) SUSTAINABLE USE OF MARGINAL LANDS TO IMPROVE FOOD SECURITY IN THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
antioxidants
  • Antioxidant enzymesKatuwal, KB; Xiao, B; Jespersen, D (2020) Physiological responses and tolerance mechanisms of seashore paspalum and centipedegrass exposed to osmotic and iso-osmotic salt stressesKatuwal, KB; Xiao, B; Jespersen, D (2020) Root physiological and biochemical responses of seashore paspalum and centipedegrass exposed to iso-osmotic salt and drought stresses
Previously was: empty
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • ProlineLee, G; Carrow, RN; Duncan, RR; Eiteman, MA; Rieger, MW (2008) Synthesis of organic osmolytes and salt tolerance mechanisms in Paspalum vaginatumMarcum, K. B. and C. L. Murdoch (1994) Salinity tolerance mechanisms of six C4 turfgrassesPompeiano, A; Giannini, V; Gaetani, M; Vita, F; Guglielminetti, L; Bonari, E; Volterrani, M (2014) Response of warm-season grasses to N fertilization and salinity
  • GlycinebetaineLee, G; Carrow, RN; Duncan, RR; Eiteman, MA; Rieger, MW (2008) Synthesis of organic osmolytes and salt tolerance mechanisms in Paspalum vaginatumMARCUM, KB; MURDOCH, CL (1994) SALINITY TOLERANCE MECHANISMS OF 6 C(4) TURFGRASSES
  • TrigonellineLee, G; Carrow, RN; Duncan, RR; Eiteman, MA; Rieger, MW (2008) Synthesis of organic osmolytes and salt tolerance mechanisms in Paspalum vaginatum
  • Soluble sugarsLee, G; Carrow, RN; Duncan, RR; Eiteman, MA; Rieger, MW (2008) Synthesis of organic osmolytes and salt tolerance mechanisms in Paspalum vaginatumLee, Geungjoo; Carrow, Robert N.; Duncan, Ronny R. (2008) Identification of new soluble sugars accumulated in a halophytic seashore paspalum ecotype under salinity stress
Previously was:
  • ProlineLee, G; Carrow, RN; Duncan, RR; Eiteman, MA; Rieger, MW (2008) Synthesis of organic osmolytes and salt tolerance mechanisms in Paspalum vaginatumMarcum, K. B. and C. L. Murdoch (1994) Salinity tolerance mechanisms of six C4 turfgrassesPompeiano, A; Giannini, V; Gaetani, M; Vita, F; Guglielminetti, L; Bonari, E; Volterrani, M (2014) Response of warm-season grasses to N fertilization and salinity
  • Habitat
    • A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbedsPompeiano, A; Giannini, V; Gaetani, M; Vita, F; Guglielminetti, L; Bonari, E; Volterrani, M (2014) Response of warm-season grasses to N fertilization and salinity
    Economic use
    • 4000.0 LAND USELicata, M; Tuttolomondo, T; Leto, C; La Bella, S; Virga, G (2017) The use of constructed wetlands for the treatment and reuse of urban wastewater for the irrigation of two warm-season turfgrass species under Mediterranean climatic conditionsPessarakli, M., D. D. Breshears, J. Walworth, J. P. Field and D. J. Law (2017) Candidate halophytic grasses for addressing land degradation: Shoot responses of Sporobolus airoides and Paspalum vaginatum to weekly increasing NaCl concentration
    • 3000.0 FORAGERao, N. K., I. McCann, S. A. Shahid, K. U. R. Butta, B. Al Araj and S. Ismail (2017) Sustainable use of salt-degraded and abandoned farms for forage production using halophytic grasses
    Previously was: empty
    Distribution

    No Distribution recorded for this taxon
    Distribution (text)
    • Hainan Province and Guangdong Province, China,Guo, HL; Wang, Y; Li, DD; Chen, JB; Zong, JQ; Wang, ZY; Chen, X; Liu, JX (2016) Growth response and ion regulation of seashore paspalum accessions to increasing salinity
    • Range of locationsLonard, R. I., F. W. Judd and R. Stalter (2015) Biological Flora of Coastal Dunes and Wetlands: Borrichia frutescens (L.) DC
    Miscellaneous notes A species with many (188 on 16/10/2020) publications; examples are listed.
    Previously was: empty
    References

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    Approved by T J Flowers
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