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Report for Sarcobatus vermiculatus (Hook.) Torr.

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Family Sarcobataceae
Genus Sarcobatus
Species vermiculatus
Author (Hook.) Torr.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
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Plant type
  • xerohalophyte
Life form
  • ShrubDrenovsky, R. E., A. M. Martin, M. R. Falasco and J. H. Richards (2011) COMPARATIVE ECOLOGY OF SARCOBATUS BAILEYI AND SARCOBATUS VERMICULATUS IN EASTERN CALIFORNIA
Ecotypes Yes
Max. salinity
720 mMDrenovsky, R. E. and J. H. Richards (2003) High nitrogen availability does not improve salinity tolerance in Sarcobatus vermiculatusGlenn, E. P. and J. W. Oleary (1984) Relationship between salt accumulation and water content of dicotyledonous halophytes.
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Germination Yes Gul, B., Khan, M.A., and D. J. Weber (2001) SEED GERMINATION OF SARCOBATUS VERMICULATUS: A HALOPHYTIC SHRUB FROM GREAT BASIN DESERTDrenovsky, R. E., A. M. Martin, M. R. Falasco and J. H. Richards (2011) COMPARATIVE ECOLOGY OF SARCOBATUS BAILEYI AND SARCOBATUS VERMICULATUS IN EASTERN CALIFORNIAKhan, MA; Gul, B; Weber, DJ (2002) Seed germination in relation to salinity and temperature in Sarcobatus vermiculatus
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3Trent, J. D., R. R. Blank and J. A. Young (1997) Ecophysiology of the temperate desert halophytes: Allenrolfea occidentalis and Sarcobatus vermiculatus
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
Economic use
Distribution
Distribution (text)
  • North America - westDrenovsky, R. E., A. M. Martin, M. R. Falasco and J. H. Richards (2011) COMPARATIVE ECOLOGY OF SARCOBATUS BAILEYI AND SARCOBATUS VERMICULATUS IN EASTERN CALIFORNIA
Miscellaneous notes
References

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