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Report for Plantago maritima L.

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Family Plantaginaceae
Genus Plantago
Species maritima
Author L.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • psammophile
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes Yes
Max. salinity
350 mMFlanagan, L. B. and R. L. Jefferies (1988) Stomatal Limitation of Photosynthesis and Reduced Growth of the Halophyte, Plantago-Maritima L, at High SalinitySekmen, AH; Turkan, I; Takio, S (2007) Differential responses of antioxidative enzymes and lipid peroxidation to salt stress in salt-tolerant Plantago maritima and salt-sensitive Plantago mediaTurkan, I., T. Demiral and A. H. Sekmen (2013) The regulation of antioxidant enzymes in two Plantago species differing in salinity tolerance under combination of waterlogging and salinity
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Germination YesArnold, S. M. (1973) Interactions of Light and Temperature on Germination of Plantago-Maritima LHINET, PAUL (1964) Effect of temperature and salinity on the germination of seeds of Plantago maritima LHanslin, H. M. and T. Eggen (2005) Salinity tolerance during germination of seashore halophytes and salt-tolerant grass cultivars
Salt glands and bladders NoMarius-Nicuşor Grigore, Constantin Toma (2010) Salt-secreting structures of Halophytes. An integrative approach (in Romanian)
Photosynthesis Pathway C3?Markovskaya, E. F. and E. N. Gulyaeva (2020) Role of Stomata in Adaptation of Plantago maritima L. Plants to Tidal Dynamics on the White Sea Coast
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesFuzy, A., B. Biro and T. Toth (2010) Short communication. Effect of saline soil parameters on endomycorrhizal colonisation of dominant halophytes in four Hungarian sitesLandwehr, M., U. Hildebrandt, P. Wilde, K. Nawrath, T. Toth, B. Biro and H. Bothe (2002) The arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus geosporum in European saline, sodic and gypsum soils
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • Antooxidant enzymesSekmen, AH; Turkan, I; Takio, S (2007) Differential responses of antioxidative enzymes and lipid peroxidation to salt stress in salt-tolerant Plantago maritima and salt-sensitive Plantago mediaTurkan, I., T. Demiral and A. H. Sekmen (2013) The regulation of antioxidant enzymes in two Plantago species differing in salinity tolerance under combination of waterlogging and salinity
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Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • GlycinebetaineTipirdamaz, R., D. Gagneul, C. Duhaze, A. Ainouche, C. Monnier, D. Ozkum and F. Larher (2006) Clustering of halophytes from an inland salt marsh in Turkey according to their ability to accumulate sodium and nitrogenous osmolytes
  • ProlineTipirdamaz, R., D. Gagneul, C. Duhaze, A. Ainouche, C. Monnier, D. Ozkum and F. Larher (2006) Clustering of halophytes from an inland salt marsh in Turkey according to their ability to accumulate sodium and nitrogenous osmolytes
  • SorbitolAhmad, I., F. Larher and G. R. Stewart (1979) Sorbitol, a Compatible Osmotic Solute in Plantago-MaritimaBRIENS, M; LARHER, F (1983) SORBITOL ACCUMULATION IN PLANTAGINACEAE - FURTHER EVIDENCE FOR A FUNCTION IN STRESS TOLERANCETipirdamaz, R., D. Gagneul, C. Duhaze, A. Ainouche, C. Monnier, D. Ozkum and F. Larher (2006) Clustering of halophytes from an inland salt marsh in Turkey according to their ability to accumulate sodium and nitrogenous osmolytes
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  • GlycinebetaineTipirdamaz, R., D. Gagneul, C. Duhaze, A. Ainouche, C. Monnier, D. Ozkum and F. Larher (2006) Clustering of halophytes from an inland salt marsh in Turkey according to their ability to accumulate sodium and nitrogenous osmolytes
  • ProlineTipirdamaz, R., D. Gagneul, C. Duhaze, A. Ainouche, C. Monnier, D. Ozkum and F. Larher (2006) Clustering of halophytes from an inland salt marsh in Turkey according to their ability to accumulate sodium and nitrogenous osmolytes
  • Habitat
    • D6.1 Inland saltmarshesCott, G. M., D. V. Chapman and M. A. K. Jansen (2014) Differences in nitrogen-assimilating enzyme activity in halophyte species are habitat-related
    • E6.2 Continental inland salt steppesMeleckova et al (2013) Effect of experimental top soil removal on vegetation of Pannonian salt steppes
    • B1.4 Coastal stable dune grassland (grey dunes)Henryk Czyż, Teodor Kitczak and Marek Bury (2013) The characteristics of coastal grassland in West Pomerania
    Economic use
    • 4850.0 Salt-tolerant ornamental
    • 8130.0 Gums and resins
    Distribution
    Distribution (text)
    • North America (casual)
    • South-western coast of IrelandCott, G. M., D. V. Chapman and M. A. K. Jansen (2014) Differences in nitrogen-assimilating enzyme activity in halophyte species are habitat-related
    • Kamenínske Slanisko Nature Reserve in SW SlovakiaMeleckova et al (2013) Effect of experimental top soil removal on vegetation of Pannonian salt steppes
    • West Pomerania, PolandHenryk Czyż, Teodor Kitczak and Marek Bury (2013) The characteristics of coastal grassland in West Pomerania
    • HungaryLandwehr, M., U. Hildebrandt, P. Wilde, K. Nawrath, T. Toth, B. Biro and H. Bothe (2002) The arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus geosporum in European saline, sodic and gypsum soils
    Miscellaneous notes
    References

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