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Report for Salicornia quinqueflora Bunge ex Ung.-Sternb.

updated: Dec 5th 2020, 5:50 am see all updates
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Family Amaranthaceae
Genus Salicornia
Species quinqueflora
Author Bunge ex Ung.-Sternb.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
Life form
  • Nano-chamaephyteSteffen, S., P. Ball, L. Mucina and G. Kadereit (2015) Phylogeny, biogeography and ecological diversification of Sarcocornia (Salicornioideae, Amaranthaceae)
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
SW Sanicola, O; Lucke, T; Stewart, M; Tondera, K; Walker, C (2019) Root and Shoot Biomass Growth of Constructed Floating Wetlands Plants in Saline Environments
Germination unknown
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3?
Molecular data
  • DNASteffen, S., P. Ball, L. Mucina and G. Kadereit (2015) Phylogeny, biogeography and ecological diversification of Sarcocornia (Salicornioideae, Amaranthaceae)
  • Chloroplast DNASteffen, S., P. Ball, L. Mucina and G. Kadereit (2015) Phylogeny, biogeography and ecological diversification of Sarcocornia (Salicornioideae, Amaranthaceae)
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesLebel, T., C. Peele and A. Veenstra (2012) Fungi associated with Asphondylia (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) galls on Sarcocornia quinqueflora and Tecticornia arbuscula (Chenopodiaceae)
Bioremediation YesSanicola, O; Lucke, T; Stewart, M; Tondera, K; Walker, C (2019) Root and Shoot Biomass Growth of Constructed Floating Wetlands Plants in Saline Environmentsreen, Joanne; Reichelt-Brushett, Amanda; Jacobs, Surrey W. L. (2009) Re-establishing a saltmarsh vegetation structure in a changing climate
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbedsDale, P; Dale, P (2016) Environmental change over 28 years in a subtropical salt marsh: optimal classification and pictures from the expositionSteffen, S., P. Ball, L. Mucina and G. Kadereit (2015) Phylogeny, biogeography and ecological diversification of Sarcocornia (Salicornioideae, Amaranthaceae)
Economic use
Distribution
Distribution (text)
  • Australasia Steffen, S., P. Ball, L. Mucina and G. Kadereit (2015) Phylogeny, biogeography and ecological diversification of Sarcocornia (Salicornioideae, Amaranthaceae)
  • Coomera Island (S27° 51', E153° 33'), Queensland, Australia. Dale, P; Dale, P (2016) Environmental change over 28 years in a subtropical salt marsh: optimal classification and pictures from the exposition
  • Point Wilson, Victoria, AustraliaMondon, Julie; Morrison, Kate; Wallis, Robert (2009) Impact of saltmarsh disturbance on seed quality of Sarcocornia (Sarcocornia quinqueflora), a food plant of an endangered Australian parrot
Previously was:
  • Australasia Steffen, S., P. Ball, L. Mucina and G. Kadereit (2015) Phylogeny, biogeography and ecological diversification of Sarcocornia (Salicornioideae, Amaranthaceae)
  • Coomera Island (S27° 51', E153° 33'), Queensland, Australia. Dale, P; Dale, P (2016) Environmental change over 28 years in a subtropical salt marsh: optimal classification and pictures from the exposition
  • Miscellaneous notes Synonym of Sarcocornia quinqueflora and Salicornia australis More orublications on Sarcocorna (63) then Salicornia (28) mid-Nov 2020
    References

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