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Report for Ruppia maritima L.

updated: Feb 11th 2021, 4:35 pm see all updates
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Family Ruppiaceae
Genus Ruppia
Species maritima
Author L.
Infraspecific
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Aquatic
Ecotypes unknown
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Max. salinity
SW Murphy, L. R., S. T. Kinsey and M. J. Durako (2003) Physiological effects of short-term salinity changes on Ruppia maritimaPULICH, WM (1985) SEASONAL GROWTH DYNAMICS OF RUPPIA-MARITIMA L SL AND HALODULE-WRIGHTII ASCHERS IN SOUTHERN TEXAS AND EVALUATION OF SEDIMENT FERTILITY STATUS
Germination YesCho, HJ; Sanders, YL (2009) Note on organic dormancy of estuarine Ruppia maritima L. seedsStrazisar, T; Koch, MS; Dutra, E; Madclen, CJ (2013) Ruppia maritima L. seed bank viability at the Everglades-Florida Bay ecotoneStrazisar, T; Koch, MS; Madden, CJ (2015) Seagrass (Ruppia maritima L.) Life History Transitions in Response to Salinity Dynamics Along the Everglades-Florida Bay EcotoneStrazisar, T; Koch, MS; Madden, CJ; Filina, J; Lara, PU; Mattair, A (2013) Salinity effects on Ruppia maritima L. seed germination and seedling survival at the Everglades-Florida Bay ecotone
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Salt glands and bladders unknown
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Photosynthesis Pathway C3?
Molecular data
  • DNABeirinckx, L; Vanschoenwinkel, B; Triest, L (2020) Hidden Hybridization and Habitat Differentiation in a Mediterranean Macrophyte, the Euryhaline GenusRuppiaTriest, L; Beirinckx, L; Sierens, T (2018) Lagoons and saltwater wetlands getting more diversity: A molecular approach reveals cryptic lineages of a euryhaline submerged macrophyte (Ruppia)Triest, L; Sierens, T (2015) Strong bottlenecks, inbreeding and multiple hybridization of threatened European Ruppia maritima populations
  • Chloroplast DNATriest, L; Sierens, T (2009) High diversity of Ruppia meadows in saline ponds and lakes of the western Mediterranean
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Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesRoss, C; Puglisi, MP; Paul, VJ (2008) Antifungal defenses of seagrasses from the Indian River Lagoon, Florida
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Bioremediation unknown
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antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • ProlineMurphy, L. R., S. T. Kinsey and M. J. Durako (2003) Physiological effects of short-term salinity changes on Ruppia maritima
  • Soluble carbohydratesMurphy, L. R., S. T. Kinsey and M. J. Durako (2003) Physiological effects of short-term salinity changes on Ruppia maritima
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Habitat
  • A2.61 Seagrass beds on littoral sedimentsTouchette, B. W. (2007) Seagrass-salinity interactions: Physiological mechanisms used by submersed marine angiosperms for a life at sea
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Economic use
Distribution
Distribution map provided by GBIF | Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Distribution (text)
  • Southern Texas, USAPULICH, WM (1985) SEASONAL GROWTH DYNAMICS OF RUPPIA-MARITIMA L SL AND HALODULE-WRIGHTII ASCHERS IN SOUTHERN TEXAS AND EVALUATION OF SEDIMENT FERTILITY STATUS
  • Texel, The NethelandsVERHOEVEN, JTA; VANVIERSSEN, W (1978) DISTRIBUTION AND STRUCTURE OF COMMUNITIES DOMINATED BY RUPPIA, ZOSTERA AND POTAMOGETON SPECIES IN INLAND WATERS OF DE BOL, TEXEL, NETHERLANDS
  • Everglades, Florida, USAStrazisar, T; Koch, MS; Dutra, E; Madclen, CJ (2013) Ruppia maritima L. seed bank viability at the Everglades-Florida Bay ecotoneStrazisar, T; Koch, MS; Madden, CJ (2015) Seagrass (Ruppia maritima L.) Life History Transitions in Response to Salinity Dynamics Along the Everglades-Florida Bay Ecotone
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Miscellaneous notes 266 references in mid-February 2021
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References

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Sep 10th 2022, 6:13 pm

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Sep 8th 2022, 6:36 am

Approved by T J Flowers
Sep 8th 2022, 6:36 am
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