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Report for Phragmites australis (Cav.) Trin. ex Steud.

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Family Poaceae
Genus Phragmites
Species australis
Author (Cav.) Trin. ex Steud.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Perennial grass
Ecotypes YesAllen, GA; McCormick, LJ; Jantzen, JR; Marr, KL; Brown, BN (2017) Distributional and Morphological Differences between Native and Introduced Common Reed (Phragmites australis, Poaceae) in Western Canada
Previously was: unknown
Max. salinity
74.5 dS/mQingyuan Lua,DingHea,b,YuPanga, Yanzhen Zhanga,ChenHec, Yuntao Wangb, Haibo Zhangd,Quan Shib, Yongge Sun (2020) Processing of dissolved organic matter from surface waters to sedimentpore waters in a temperate coastal wetland
Germination YesMartin, RM (2017) Effects of Warming on Invasive Phragmites australis and Native Spartina patens Seed Germination Rates and Implications for Response to Climate ChangeWu, J; Ma, F; Wang, L; Yang, J; Huang, X; An, G; Liu, S (2014) Seedling performance of Phragmites australis ( Cav.) Trin ex. Steudel in the presence of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungiYu, JB; Wang, XH; Ning, K; Li, YZ; Wu, HF; Fu, YQ; Zhou, D; Guan, B; Lin, QX (2012) Effects of Salinity and Water Depth on Germination of Phragmites australis in Coastal Wetland of the Yellow River Delta
Previously was: unknown
Salt glands and bladders NoWeiglin, C. and E. Winter (1991) LEAF STRUCTURES OF XEROHALOPHYTES FROM AN EAST JORDANIAN SALT PAN
Photosynthesis Pathway C3
Molecular data
  • Plastid DNAAllen, GA; McCormick, LJ; Jantzen, JR; Marr, KL; Brown, BN (2017) Distributional and Morphological Differences between Native and Introduced Common Reed (Phragmites australis, Poaceae) in Western Canada
  • TranscriptomicsHolmes, GD; Hall, NE; Gendall, AR; Boon, PI; James, EA (2016) Using Transcriptomics to Identify Differential Gene Expression in Response to Salinity among Australian Phragmites australis Clones
  • Fatty acid metabolismVizetto-Duarte, C., F. Figueiredo, M. J. Rodrigues, C. Polo, E. Resek and L. Custodio (2019) Sustainable Valorization of Halophytes from the Mediterranean Area: A Comprehensive Evaluation of Their Fatty Acid Profile and Implications for Human and Animal Nutrition
Previously was: empty
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesKim, J; Lee, J; Yun, J; Yang, YR; Ding, WX; Yuan, JJ; Kang, H (2020) Mechanisms of enhanced methane emission due to introduction of Spartina anglica and Phragmites australis in a temperate tidal salt marshWu, J; Ma, F; Wang, L; Yang, J; Huang, X; An, G; Liu, S (2014) Seedling performance of Phragmites australis ( Cav.) Trin ex. Steudel in the presence of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
Previously was: unknown
Bioremediation YesBuhmann, A. and J. Papenbrock (2013) Biofiltering of aquaculture effluents by halophytic plants: Basic principles, current uses and future perspectivesLee, E. H., K. S. Cho and J. Kim (2010) Comparative Study of Rhizobacterial Community Structure of Plant Species in Oil-Contaminated Soil
antioxidants
  • Antioxidant enzymesChen, KM; Gong, HJ; Wang, SM; Zhang, CL (2007) Antioxidant defense system in Phragmites communis Trin. ecotypes
  • GlutathioneChen, KM; Gong, HJ; Chen, GC; Wang, SM; Zhang, CL (2003) Up-regulation of glutathione metabolism and changes in redox status involved in adaptation of reed (Phragmites communis) ecotypes to drought-prone and saline habitats
Previously was: empty
Secondary Metabolites
  • PhytolEley, Y; White, J; Dawson, L; Hren, M; Pedentchouk, N (2018) Variation in Hydrogen Isotope Composition Among Salt Marsh Plant Organic Compounds Highlights Biochemical Mechanisms Controlling Biosynthetic Fractionation
  • Fatty acidsEley, Y; White, J; Dawson, L; Hren, M; Pedentchouk, N (2018) Variation in Hydrogen Isotope Composition Among Salt Marsh Plant Organic Compounds Highlights Biochemical Mechanisms Controlling Biosynthetic Fractionation
Previously was: empty
Compatible Solutes
  • ProlinePagter, M., C. Bragato, M. Malagoli and H. Brix (2009) Osmotic and ionic effects of NaCl and Na2SO4 salinity on Phragmites australis
Habitat
  • C1.5 Permanent inland saline and brackish lakes, ponds and poolsAbbas, A. M., A. M. Lambert, A. E. Rubio-Casal, A. De Cires, E. M. Figueroa and J. M. Castillo (2015) Competition from native hydrophytes reduces establishment and growth of invasive dense-flowered cordgrass (Spartina densiflora)
  • D6.1 Inland saltmarshesEallonardo, A. S. and D. J. Leopold (2014) Inland Salt Marshes of the Northeastern United States: Stress, Disturbance and Compositional Stability
  • B1.4 Coastal stable dune grassland (grey dunes)Henryk Czyż, Teodor Kitczak and Marek Bury (2013) The characteristics of coastal grassland in West Pomerania
  • A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbedsHegazy, A. K., J. Lovett-Doust, O. Hammouda and N. H. Gomaa (2007) Vegetation distribution along the altitudinal gradient in the northwestern Red Sea region
Economic use
  • 1700.0 Thatching
  • 2310.0 Hut frames
  • 2330.0 Basketry
Distribution

No Distribution recorded for this taxon
Distribution (text)
  • Odiel Marshes (Southwest Iberian Peninsula), Toledo, SpainAbbas, A. M., A. M. Lambert, A. E. Rubio-Casal, A. De Cires, E. M. Figueroa and J. M. Castillo (2015) Competition from native hydrophytes reduces establishment and growth of invasive dense-flowered cordgrass (Spartina densiflora)
  • Northeastern United StatesEallonardo, A. S. and D. J. Leopold (2014) Inland Salt Marshes of the Northeastern United States: Stress, Disturbance and Compositional Stability
  • West Pomerania, PolandHenryk Czyż, Teodor Kitczak and Marek Bury (2013) The characteristics of coastal grassland in West Pomerania
  • Azrak, 80 km sotheast Amman, JordanWeiglin, C. and E. Winter (1991) LEAF STRUCTURES OF XEROHALOPHYTES FROM AN EAST JORDANIAN SALT PAN
  • North-western Red SeaHegazy, A. K., J. Lovett-Doust, O. Hammouda and N. H. Gomaa (2007) Vegetation distribution along the altitudinal gradient in the northwestern Red Sea region
Miscellaneous notes Large number of publications: 1789 in Wos in October 2020 and 250 for synonym P. communis
Previously was: empty
References

Last Records approved
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Nov 26th 2020, 6:25 am
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Nov 26th 2020, 6:16 am

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Nov 26th 2020, 6:16 am
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