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Report for Prosopis glandulosa subsp. torreyana (L.D.Benson) M.C.Johnst.

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Family Fabaceae
Genus Prosopis
Species glandulosa
Author Torr.
Infraspecific subsp. torreyana
Infraspecfic Author (L.D.Benson) M.C.Johnst.
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Plant type
  • xerophyte
Life form
Ecotypes YesRHODES, D; FELKER, P (1988) MASS-SCREENING OF PROSOPIS (MESQUITE) SEEDLINGS FOR GROWTH AT SEAWATER SALINITY CONCENTRATIONS
Previously was: unknown
Max. salinity
615 mMFelker, P., P. R. Clark, A. E. Laag and P. F. Pratt (1981) Salinity Tolerance of the Tree Legumes - Mesquite (Prosopis-Glandulosa Var Torreyana, Prosopis-Velutina and Prosopis-Articulata) Algarrobo (Prosopis-Chilensis), Kiawe (Prosopis-Pallida) and Tamarugo (Prosopis-Tamarugo) Grown in Sand Culture on Nitrogen-Free MediaJARRELL, WM; VIRGINIA, RA (1990) RESPONSE OF MESQUITE TO NITRATE AND SALINITY IN A SIMULATED PHREATIC ENVIRONMENT - WATER-USE, DRY-MATTER AND MINERAL NUTRIENT ACCUMULATIONNILSEN, ET; VIRGINIA, RA; JARRELL, WM (1986) WATER RELATIONS AND GROWTH-CHARACTERISTICS OF PROSOPIS-GLANDULOSA VAR TORREYANA IN A SIMULATED PHREATOPHYTIC ENVIRONMENTRHODES, D; FELKER, P (1988) MASS-SCREENING OF PROSOPIS (MESQUITE) SEEDLINGS FOR GROWTH AT SEAWATER SALINITY CONCENTRATIONS
Previously was: 11.4
Germination YesAHMAD, R; ISMAIL, S; MOINUDDIN, M; SHAHEEN, T (1994) SCREENING OF MESQUITE (PROSOPIS SPP) FOR BIOMASS PRODUCTION AT BARREN SANDY AREAS USING HIGHLY SALINE WATER FOR IRRIGATION
Previously was: unknown
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3?
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesJenkins, MB (2003) Rhizobial and bradyrhizobial symbionts of mesquite from the Sonoran Desert: salt tolerance, facultative halophily and nitrate respirationROOMI, D; GHAFFAR, A; AHMAD, R; ISMAIL, S (1994) EFFECT OF SALINITY OF GROWTH OF RHIZOBIUM SPP, NODULATION AND HEIGHT OF PROSOPIS SPECIES
Previously was: unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • PhenolsQasim, M., Y. Fujii, M. Z. Ahmed, I. Aziz, K. N. Watanabe and M. A. Khan (2019) Phytotoxic analysis of coastal medicinal plants and quantification of phenolic compounds using HPLC
  • FlavonoidsQasim, M., Y. Fujii, M. Z. Ahmed, I. Aziz, K. N. Watanabe and M. A. Khan (2019) Phytotoxic analysis of coastal medicinal plants and quantification of phenolic compounds using HPLC
Previously was: empty
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • F Heathland, scrub and tundraAdhikari, A; White, JD (2014) Plant water use characteristics of five dominant shrub species of the Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas, USA: implications for shrubland restoration and conservationJARRELL, WM; VIRGINIA, RA (1990) SOIL CATION ACCUMULATION IN A MESQUITE WOODLAND - SUSTAINED PRODUCTION AND LONG-TERM ESTIMATES OF WATER-USE AND NITROGEN-FIXATION
Previously was: empty
Economic use
  • 2100.0 FuelAHMAD, R; ISMAIL, S; MOINUDDIN, M; SHAHEEN, T (1994) SCREENING OF MESQUITE (PROSOPIS SPP) FOR BIOMASS PRODUCTION AT BARREN SANDY AREAS USING HIGHLY SALINE WATER FOR IRRIGATION
  • 3300.0 FodderAHMAD, R; ISMAIL, S; MOINUDDIN, M; SHAHEEN, T (1994) SCREENING OF MESQUITE (PROSOPIS SPP) FOR BIOMASS PRODUCTION AT BARREN SANDY AREAS USING HIGHLY SALINE WATER FOR IRRIGATION
  • 4850.0 Salt-tolerant ornamental
Distribution
Distribution (text)
  • Sonoran desert, California, USAJenkins, MB (2003) Rhizobial and bradyrhizobial symbionts of mesquite from the Sonoran Desert: salt tolerance, facultative halophily and nitrate respiration
  • Lower Rio Grande Texas USAAdhikari, A; White, JD (2014) Plant water use characteristics of five dominant shrub species of the Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas, USA: implications for shrubland restoration and conservation
Previously was:
  • North America Jenkins, MB (2003) Rhizobial and bradyrhizobial symbionts of mesquite from the Sonoran Desert: salt tolerance, facultative halophily and nitrate respiration
  • Miscellaneous notes More than 80 papers in the Web of Science in early January 2021
    Previously was: empty
    References

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    May 7th 2021, 1:32 pm

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    May 8th 2021, 6:24 am
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