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Report for Sporobolus alterniflorus (Loisel.) P.M.Peterson & Saarela

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Family Poaceae
Genus Sporobolus
Species alterniflorus
Author (Loisel.) P.M.Peterson & Saarela
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Perennial grass
Ecotypes Yes
Max. salinity
500 mMBradley, P. M. and J. T. Morris (1991) Relative Importance of Ion Exclusion, Secretion and Accumulation in Spartina-Alterniflora LoiselCourtney, A. J., J. Xu and Y. Xu (2016) Responses of growth, antioxidants and gene expression in smooth cordgrass (Spartina alterniflora) to various levels of salinityHessini, K., K. Ben Hamed, M. Gandour, M. Mejri, C. Abdelly and C. Cruz (2013) Ammonium nutrition in the halophyte Spartina alterniflora under salt stress: evidence for a priming effect of ammonium?Vasquez, E. A., E. P. Glenn, G. R. Guntenspergen, J. J. Brown and S. G. Nelson (2006) Salt tolerance and osmotic adjustment of Spartina alterniflora (Poaceae) and the invasive M haplotype of Phragmites australis (Poaceae) along a salinity gradient
Germination YesFang, X. B., P. K. Subudhi, B. C. Venuto and S. A. Harrison (2004) Mode of pollination, pollen germination, and seed set in smooth cordgrass (Spartina alterniflora, Poaceae)Li, R., F. Shi and K. Fukuda (2010) Interactive effects of salt and alkali stresses on seed germination, germination recovery, and seedling growth of a halophyte Spartina alterniflora (Poaceae)Mrozek, E. J. R. and N. A. Funicelli (1982) Effect of zinc and lead on germination of Spartina alterniflora seeds at various salinities
Salt glands and bladders YesBradley, P. M. and J. T. Morris (1991) Relative Importance of Ion Exclusion, Secretion and Accumulation in Spartina-Alterniflora LoiselBurke, D. J., J. S. Weis and P. Weis (2000) Release of metals by the leaves of the salt marsh grasses Spartina alterniflora and Phragmites australis
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
  • TranscriptomicsBaisakh, N., P. K. Subudhi and N. P. Parami (2006) cDNA-AFLP analysis reveals differential gene expression in response to salt stress in a halophyte Spartina alterniflora Loisel
  • GenesCourtney, A. J., J. Xu and Y. Xu (2016) Responses of growth, antioxidants and gene expression in smooth cordgrass (Spartina alterniflora) to various levels of salinity
Previously was:
  • Gene expressionBaisakh, N., P. K. Subudhi and N. P. Parami (2006) cDNA-AFLP analysis reveals differential gene expression in response to salt stress in a halophyte Spartina alterniflora Loisel
  • Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesMcHugh, J. M. and J. Dighton (2004) Influence of mycorrhizal, inoculation, inundation period, salinity, and phosphorus availability on the growth of two salt marsh grasses, Spartina alterniflora Lois. and Spartina cynosuroides (L.) Roth., in nursery systems
    Bioremediation YesBuhmann, A. and J. Papenbrock (2013) Biofiltering of aquaculture effluents by halophytic plants: Basic principles, current uses and future perspectivesOliveira, V; Gomes, NCM; Almeida, A; Silva, AMS; Silva, H; Cunha, A (2015) Microbe-Assisted Phytoremediation of Hydrocarbons in Estuarine EnvironmentsVan Oosten, M. J. and A. Maggio (2015) Functional biology of halophytes in the phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated soils
    antioxidants
    • Antioxidant enzymesCourtney, A. J., J. Xu and Y. Xu (2016) Responses of growth, antioxidants and gene expression in smooth cordgrass (Spartina alterniflora) to various levels of salinity
    Secondary Metabolites
    Compatible Solutes
    • GlycinebetaineHester, M. W., I. A. Mendelssohn and K. L. McKee (2001) Species and population variation to salinity stress in Panicum hemitomon, Spartina patens, and Spartina alterniflora: morphological and physiological constraints
    • ProlineHester, M. W., I. A. Mendelssohn and K. L. McKee (2001) Species and population variation to salinity stress in Panicum hemitomon, Spartina patens, and Spartina alterniflora: morphological and physiological constraintsNaidoo, G., K. L. McKee and I. A. Mendelssohn (1992) Anatomical and metabolic responses to waterlogging and salinity in Spartina alterniflora and S patens (Poaceae)
    Habitat
    • A2.33 Marine mud shoresHester, M. W., I. A. Mendelssohn and K. L. McKee (2001) Species and population variation to salinity stress in Panicum hemitomon, Spartina patens, and Spartina alterniflora: morphological and physiological constraints
    Economic use
    Distribution
    Distribution (text)
    • North America e.g Cape Cod Massachusetts 41 deg 35 in N 70 deg 38 min WHowes, B. L., W. H. Dacey and D. D. Goehringer (1986) Factors controlling the growth form of Spartina alterniflora:feedbacks between above ground production, sediment oxidation, nitrogen and salinity
    • Eastern ChinaYang, W., S. An, H. Zhao, L. Xu, Y. Qiao and X. Cheng (2016) Impacts of Spartina alterniflora invasion on soil organic carbon and nitrogen pools sizes, stability, and turnover in a coastal salt marsh of eastern ChinaYuan, J. J., W. X. Ding, D. Y. Liu, H. Kang, C. Freeman, J. Xiang and Y. X. Lin (2015) Exotic Spartina alterniflora invasion alters ecosystem-atmosphere exchange of CH4 and N2O and carbon sequestration in a coastal salt marsh in China
    • Argentina (Villa del Mar Bahia Blanca)Hempel, M., S. E. Botte, V. L. Negrin, M. N. Chiarello and J. E. Marcovecchio (2008) The role of the smooth cordgrass Spartina alterniflora and associated sediments in the heavy metal biogeochemical cycle within Bahia Blanca estuary salt marshes
    Miscellaneous notes Was Spartina alterniflora; includes S. brasliiensis There are many papers on S. alterniflora with 237 found by a search of 'List references'.
    References

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