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Report for Saccharum spontaneum L.

updated: Feb 25th 2021, 5:57 am see all updates
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Family Poaceae
Genus Saccharum
Species spontaneum
Author L.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Perennial grass
Ecotypes unknown
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Max. salinity
8 dS/mKasirajan, L; Valiyaparambth, R; Velu, J; Hari, H; Srinivasavedantham, V; Athaiappan, S () Gene expression studies of Saccharum spontaneum, a wild relative of sugarcane in response to salinity stress
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Germination unknown
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Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C4Pyankov, VI; Ziegler, H; Akhani, H; Deigele, C; Luttge, U (2010) European plants with C-4 photosynthesis: geographical and taxonomic distribution and relations to climate parameters
Molecular data
  • GenesKasirajan, L; Valiyaparambth, R; Velu, J; Hari, H; Srinivasavedantham, V; Athaiappan, S () Gene expression studies of Saccharum spontaneum, a wild relative of sugarcane in response to salinity stressShingote, PR; Kawar, PG; Pagariya, MC; Rathod, PR; Kharte, SB (2017) Ectopic Expression of SsMYB18, a Novel MYB Transcription Factor from Saccharum spontaneum Augments Salt and Cold Tolerance in Tobacco
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Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesBangash, A; Ahmed, I; Abbas, S; Kudo, T; Shahzad, A; Fujiwara, T; Ohkuma, M (2015) Kushneria pakistanensis sp nov., a novel moderately halophilic bacterium isolated from rhizosphere of a plant (Saccharum spontaneum) growing in salt mines of the Karak area in PakistanGuo, DJ; Singh, RK; Singh, P; Li, DP; Sharma, A; Xing, YX; Song, XP; Yang, LT; Li, YR (2020) Complete Genome Sequence ofEnterobacter roggenkampiiED5, a Nitrogen Fixing Plant Growth Promoting Endophytic Bacterium With Biocontrol and Stress Tolerance Properties, Isolated From Sugarcane Root
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Bioremediation unknown
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antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
  • ProlineKasirajan, L; Valiyaparambth, R; Velu, J; Hari, H; Srinivasavedantham, V; Athaiappan, S () Gene expression studies of Saccharum spontaneum, a wild relative of sugarcane in response to salinity stress
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Habitat
  • C2.4 Tidal rivers, upstream from the estuaryCHAUDHRL, I. I.; HUSSAIN, S. I.; SHAH, B. H. (1966) The vegetation of riverian tract of the Indus around Ghulam Mohammed barrage West Pakistan
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Economic use
  • 4700.0 Salt toleranceMirshad, PP; Chandran, S; Puthur, JT (2014) Characteristics of bioenergy grasses important for enhanced NaCl tolerance potential
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Distribution
Distribution (text)
  • Karak region PakistanBangash, A; Ahmed, I; Abbas, S; Kudo, T; Shahzad, A; Fujiwara, T; Ohkuma, M (2015) Kushneria pakistanensis sp nov., a novel moderately halophilic bacterium isolated from rhizosphere of a plant (Saccharum spontaneum) growing in salt mines of the Karak area in Pakistan
  • Kerala, IndiaMirshad, PP; Chandran, S; Puthur, JT (2014) Characteristics of bioenergy grasses important for enhanced NaCl tolerance potential
  • Soone Valley, Punjab, PakistanAhmad, K; Khan, ZI; Ashraf, M; Hussain, M; Valeem, EE (2009) LEVELS OF TOTAL AMINO ACIDS, SOLUBLE PROTEINS AND PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS IN FORAGES IN RELATION TO REQUIREMENTS OF RUMINANTS GRAZING IN THE SALT RANGE (PUNJAB), PAKISTAN
  • Peshawar District, PakistanSarir, M. S., K. B. Marwat and J. K. Khattak (1984) STUDIES ON SOME HALOPHYTES OF PESHAWAR DISTRICT
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  • Asia - southeast (casual)Bangash, A; Ahmed, I; Abbas, S; Kudo, T; Shahzad, A; Fujiwara, T; Ohkuma, M (2015) Kushneria pakistanensis sp nov., a novel moderately halophilic bacterium isolated from rhizosphere of a plant (Saccharum spontaneum) growing in salt mines of the Karak area in Pakistan
  • Miscellaneous notes
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