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Report for Sporobolus anglicus (C.E.Hubb.) P.M.Peterson & Saarela

updated: Nov 20th 2020, 5:42 am see all updates
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Family Poaceae
Genus Sporobolus
Species anglicus
Author (C.E.Hubb.) P.M.Peterson & Saarela
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes Yes
Max. salinity
800 mMMulholland, M. M. and M. L. Otte (2002) The effects of nitrogen supply and salinity on DMSP, glycine betaine and proline concentrations in leaves of Spartina anglicaRozema, J. and J. Van Diggelen (1991) A comparative study of growth and photosynthesis of four halophytes in response to salinity
Germination YesMarks, T. C. and A. J. Truscott (1985) Variation in seed production and germination of Spartina anglica within a zoned saltmarsh
Salt glands and bladders YesRozema, J., H. Gude and G. Pollack (1981) An ecophysical study of the salt secretion of four halophytesZhou, H. B., H. X. Jiang and R. L. Dou (1982) Morphology of the salt gland of Spartina anglica
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
  • TranscriptomicsChelaifa, H., A. Monnier and M. Ainouche (2010) Transcriptomic changes following recent natural hybridization and allopolyploidy in the salt marsh species Spartina x townsendii and Spartina anglica (Poaceae)
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation YesVan Oosten, M. J. and A. Maggio (2015) Functional biology of halophytes in the phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated soils
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
  • Dimethylsulphonioproprionate (DMSP)Mulholland, M. M. and M. L. Otte (2002) The effects of nitrogen supply and salinity on DMSP, glycine betaine and proline concentrations in leaves of Spartina anglicavan Diggelen J, Rozema J, Dickson DMJ. (1986) -3- Dimethylsulphoniopropionate, proline and quarternary ammonium compounds in Spartina anglica in relation to sodium chloride, nitrogen and sulphur.
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Compatible Solutes
  • ProlineGorham, J., L. Hughes and R. G. Wyn Jones (1980) Chemical composition of salt-marsh plants from Ynys Mon (Anglesey): the concept of physiotypes.Mulholland, M. M. and M. L. Otte (2002) The effects of nitrogen supply and salinity on DMSP, glycine betaine and proline concentrations in leaves of Spartina anglicavan Diggelen J, Rozema J, Dickson DMJ. (1986) -3- Dimethylsulphoniopropionate, proline and quarternary ammonium compounds in Spartina anglica in relation to sodium chloride, nitrogen and sulphur.
  • InositolGorham, J., L. Hughes and R. G. Wyn Jones (1980) Chemical composition of salt-marsh plants from Ynys Mon (Anglesey): the concept of physiotypes.
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  • ProlineGorham, J., L. Hughes and R. G. Wyn Jones (1980) Chemical composition of salt-marsh plants from Ynys Mon (Anglesey): the concept of physiotypes.Mulholland, M. M. and M. L. Otte (2002) The effects of nitrogen supply and salinity on DMSP, glycine betaine and proline concentrations in leaves of Spartina anglicavan Diggelen J, Rozema J, Dickson DMJ. (1986) -3- Dimethylsulphoniopropionate, proline and quarternary ammonium compounds in Spartina anglica in relation to sodium chloride, nitrogen and sulphur.
  • Dimethylsulphonioproprionate (DMSP)Gorham, J., L. Hughes and R. G. Wyn Jones (1980) Chemical composition of salt-marsh plants from Ynys Mon (Anglesey): the concept of physiotypes.
  • Inositol
  • Habitat
    • A2.33 Marine mud shoresBouma, T. J., V. Ortells and T. Ysebaert (2009) Comparing biodiversity effects among ecosystem engineers of contrasting strength: macrofauna diversity in Zostera noltii and Spartina anglica vegetations
    Economic use
    Distribution

    No Distribution recorded for this taxon
    Distribution (text)
    • Coastal mudflats: examples are Jiangsu coast, eastern China Livingston Bay, Washingtpn USALee, R. W. (2003) Physiological adaptations of the invasive cordgrass Spartina anglica to reducing sediments: rhizome metabolic gas fluxes and enhanced O-2 and H2S transportLi, J., S. Gao and Y. P. Wang (2010) Invading cord grass vegetation changes analyzed from Landsat-TM imageries: a case study from the Wanggang area, Jiangsu coast, eastern China
    Miscellaneous notes Was Spartina anglica
    References

    Last Records approved
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