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Report for Schoenoplectus americanus (Pers.) Volkart

updated: Feb 16th 2021, 12:30 pm see all updates
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Family Cyperaceae
Genus Schoenoplectus
Species americanus
Author (Pers.) Volkart
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
12000 mg/LHoward, R. J. and I. A. Mendelssohn (1999) Salinity as a constraint on growth of oligohaline marsh macrophytes. I. Species variation in stress toleranceHoward, R. J. and I. A. Mendelssohn (1999) Salinity as a constraint on growth of oligohaline marsh macrophytes. II. Salt pulses and recovery potentialIkegami, M; van Hal, S; van Rheenen, JWA; Whigham, DF; Werger, MJA (2008) Spatial division of labour of Schoenoplectus americanus
Previously was: 42.5
Germination YesMarty, JE; Kettenring, KM (2017) Seed Dormancy Break and Germination for Restoration of Three Globally Important Wetland Bulrushes
Previously was: unknown
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C3Saunders, C. J., J. P. Megonigal and J. F. Reynolds (2006) Comparison of belowground biomass in C-3- and C-4-dominated mixed communities in a Chesapeake Bay brackish marsh
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesGutierrez, AM; Cabriales, JJP; Vega, MM (2010) Isolation and Characterization of Hexavalent Chromium-Reducing Rhizospheric Bacteria From a WetlandPratt-Zossoungbo, M; Biber, PD (2010) MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI ASSOCIATIONS WITH FOUR SALT MARSH SPECIES
Previously was: unknown
Bioremediation YesGutierrez, AM; Cabriales, JJP; Vega, MM (2010) Isolation and Characterization of Hexavalent Chromium-Reducing Rhizospheric Bacteria From a Wetland
Previously was: unknown
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • D6.1 Inland saltmarshesEallonardo, A. S. and D. J. Leopold (2014) Inland Salt Marshes of the Northeastern United States: Stress, Disturbance and Compositional StabilityKettenring, KM; Mossman, BN; Downard, R; Mock, KE (2019) Fine-scale genetic diversity and landscape-scale genetic structuring in three foundational bulrush species: implications for wetland revegetation
  • A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbedsJarrell, ER; Kolker, AS; Campbell, C; Blum, MJ (2016) Brackish Marsh Plant Community Responses to Regional Precipitation and Relative sea-Level RiseLi, F; Pennings, SC (2018) Responses of Tidal Freshwater and Brackish Marsh Macrophytes to Pulses of Saline Water Simulating Sea Level Rise and Reduced Discharge
Previously was:
  • D6.1 Inland saltmarshesEallonardo, A. S. and D. J. Leopold (2014) Inland Salt Marshes of the Northeastern United States: Stress, Disturbance and Compositional StabilityKettenring, KM; Mossman, BN; Downard, R; Mock, KE (2019) Fine-scale genetic diversity and landscape-scale genetic structuring in three foundational bulrush species: implications for wetland revegetation
  • Economic use
    Distribution
    Distribution (text)
    • North AmericaIkegami, M; van Hal, S; van Rheenen, JWA; Whigham, DF; Werger, MJA (2008) Spatial division of labour of Schoenoplectus americanusIsacch, J. P., C. S. B. Costa, L. Rodriguez-Gallego, D. Conde, M. Escapa, D. A. Gagliardini and O. O. Iribarne (2006) Distribution of saltmarsh plant communities associated with environmental factors along a latitudinal gradient on the south-west Atlantic coastJarrell, ER; Kolker, AS; Campbell, C; Blum, MJ (2016) Brackish Marsh Plant Community Responses to Regional Precipitation and Relative sea-Level RiseKettenring, KM; Mossman, BN; Downard, R; Mock, KE (2019) Fine-scale genetic diversity and landscape-scale genetic structuring in three foundational bulrush species: implications for wetland revegetation
    • North eastern United StatesEallonardo, A. S. and D. J. Leopold (2014) Inland Salt Marshes of the Northeastern United States: Stress, Disturbance and Compositional Stability
    • Fraser River Delta, British Columbia, CanadaKaragatzides, J. D. and I. Hutchinson (1991) INTRASPECIFIC COMPARISONS OF BIOMASS DYNAMICS IN SCIRPUS-AMERICANUS AND SCIRPUS-MARITIMUS ON THE FRASER-RIVER DELTAKaragatzides, JD; Manson, HR; Tsuji, LJS (2003) Spatial distribution and performance of Scirpus americanus ramets across a temperate intertidal marsh resource gradient
    Previously was:
  • North and South AmericaIkegami, M; van Hal, S; van Rheenen, JWA; Whigham, DF; Werger, MJA (2008) Spatial division of labour of Schoenoplectus americanusIsacch, J. P., C. S. B. Costa, L. Rodriguez-Gallego, D. Conde, M. Escapa, D. A. Gagliardini and O. O. Iribarne (2006) Distribution of saltmarsh plant communities associated with environmental factors along a latitudinal gradient on the south-west Atlantic coastJarrell, ER; Kolker, AS; Campbell, C; Blum, MJ (2016) Brackish Marsh Plant Community Responses to Regional Precipitation and Relative sea-Level RiseKettenring, KM; Mossman, BN; Downard, R; Mock, KE (2019) Fine-scale genetic diversity and landscape-scale genetic structuring in three foundational bulrush species: implications for wetland revegetation
  • Northeastern United StatesEallonardo, A. S. and D. J. Leopold (2014) Inland Salt Marshes of the Northeastern United States: Stress, Disturbance and Compositional Stability
  • Miscellaneous notes 81 references in mid-February with another 59 for Synonym Scirpus americanus Many ecological paperss
    Previously was: empty
    References

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