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Report for Ruppia megacarpa R.Mason

inserted: Dec 11th 2020, 3:56 pm

Family Ruppiaceae
Genus Ruppia
Species megacarpa
Author R.Mason
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
Life form
  • Aquatic
  • Seagrass
Previously was:
  • Aquatic
  • Seagrass
  • Herbaceous perennialSim, LL; Chambers, JM; Davis, JA (2006) Ecological regime shifts in salinised wetland systems. I. Salinity thresholds for the loss of submerged macrophytes
  • Ecotypes unknown
    Max. salinity
    Previously was: SW
    Germination unknown
    Previously was: Yes
    Salt glands and bladders unknown
    Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
    Molecular data
    Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
    Bioremediation unknown
    antioxidants
    Secondary Metabolites
    Compatible Solutes
    Previously was:
  • ProlineBROCK, MA (1981) ACCUMULATION OF PROLINE IN A SUBMERGED AQUATIC HALPHYTE, RUPPIA L
  • Habitat
    • A2.61 Seagrass beds on littoral sedimentsCarruthers, TJB; Dennison, WC; Kendrick, GA; Waycott, M; Walker, DI; Cambridge, ML (2007) Seagrasses of south-west Australia: A conceptual synthesis of the world's most diverse and extensive seagrass meadows
    Previously was:
  • A2.61 Seagrass beds on littoral sedimentsCarruthers, TJB; Dennison, WC; Kendrick, GA; Waycott, M; Walker, DI; Cambridge, ML (2007) Seagrasses of south-west Australia: A conceptual synthesis of the world's most diverse and extensive seagrass meadows
  • C1.5 Permanent inland saline and brackish lakes, ponds and poolsSim, LL; Chambers, JM; Davis, JA (2006) Ecological regime shifts in salinised wetland systems. I. Salinity thresholds for the loss of submerged macrophytes
  • Economic use
    Distribution
    Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
    Distribution (text)
    • South-west AustraliaCarruthers, TJB; Dennison, WC; Kendrick, GA; Waycott, M; Walker, DI; Cambridge, ML (2007) Seagrasses of south-west Australia: A conceptual synthesis of the world's most diverse and extensive seagrass meadows
    Previously was:
  • South-west AustraliaCONGDON, RA; MCCOMB, AJ (1981) THE VEGETATION OF THE BLACKWOOD RIVER ESTUARY, SOUTHWEST AUSTRALIACarruthers, TJB; Dennison, WC; Kendrick, GA; Waycott, M; Walker, DI; Cambridge, ML (2007) Seagrasses of south-west Australia: A conceptual synthesis of the world's most diverse and extensive seagrass meadowsSim, LL; Chambers, JM; Davis, JA (2006) Ecological regime shifts in salinised wetland systems. I. Salinity thresholds for the loss of submerged macrophytes
  • East AustraliaSanders, CJ; Maher, DT; Smoak, JM; Eyre, BD (2019) Large variability in organic carbon and CaCO3 burial in seagrass meadows: a case study from three Australian estuaries
  • Waituna Lagoon, New ZealandRobertson, HA; Funnell, EP (2012) Aquatic plant dynamics of Waituna Lagoon, New Zealand: trade-offs in managing opening events of a Ramsar site
  • Miscellaneous notes
    Previously was: Are more papers on occurence, particularly in Australian waters than are mentioned here.
    References

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