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Report for Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani (C.C.Gmel.) Palla

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Family Cyperaceae
Genus Schoenoplectus
Species tabernaemontani
Author (C.C.Gmel.) Palla
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Herbaceous perennial
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
300 mMChen, X; Cheng, XW; Zhu, H; Banuelos, G; Shutes, B; Wu, HT (2019) Influence of salt stress on propagation, growth and nutrient uptake of typical aquatic plant speciesCheng, X; Zhu, H; Banuelos, G; Yan, B; Shutes, B; Liang, Y; Chen, X (2018) Saline-alkaline tolerance of hygrophilous plant species during their asexual propagation and continued growth stagesGORHAM, J; HUGHES, L; JONES, RGW (1981) LOW-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT CARBOHYDRATES IN SOME SALT-STRESSED PLANTS
Germination YesJutila, HM (2001) Effect of flooding and draw-down disturbance on germination from a seashore meadow seed bank
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway unknown
Molecular data
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status unknown
Bioremediation YesGao, F; Yang, ZH; Li, C; Jin, WH (2015) Saline domestic sewage treatment in constructed wetlands: study of plant selection and treatment characteristicsGao, F; Yang, ZH; Li, C; Jin, WH (2015) Saline domestic sewage treatment in constructed wetlands: study of plant selection and treatment characteristicsPouladi, SF; Anderson, BC; Wootton, B; Rozema, L (2016) Evaluation of Phytodesalination Potential of Vegetated Bioreactors Treating Greenhouse EffluentPurdy, B. G., S. E. MacDonald and V. J. Lieffers (2005) Naturally saline boreal communities as models for reclamation of saline oil sand tailingsRozema, E. R., R. J. Gordon and Y. B. Zheng (2014) Plant Species for the Removal of Na+ and Cl- from Greenhouse Nutrient SolutionRozema, ER; Gordon, RJ; Zheng, YB (2016) Harvesting Plants in Constructed Wetlands to Increase Biomass Production and Na+ and Cl- Removal from Recycled Greenhouse Nutrient Solution
antioxidants
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbedsFitzgerald, EJ; Caffrey, JM; Nesaratnam, ST; McLoughlin, P (2003) Copper and lead concentrations in salt marsh plants on the Suir Estuary, IrelandGORHAM, J; HUGHES, L; JONES, RGW (1981) LOW-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT CARBOHYDRATES IN SOME SALT-STRESSED PLANTS
  • E Grasslands and lands dominated by forbs, mosses or lichensCwiklinski, E  (1977) THE HALOPHILOUS SPRING MEADOWS ON THE CHRZASZCZEWO ISLAND POLAND
Economic use
Distribution
Distribution (text)
  • Canada)Purdy, B. G., S. E. MacDonald and V. J. Lieffers (2005) Naturally saline boreal communities as models for reclamation of saline oil sand tailings
  • CHRZASZCZEWO ISLAND POLANDCwiklinski, E  (1977) THE HALOPHILOUS SPRING MEADOWS ON THE CHRZASZCZEWO ISLAND POLAND
  • Anglesey North WalesGORHAM, J; HUGHES, L; JONES, RGW (1981) LOW-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT CARBOHYDRATES IN SOME SALT-STRESSED PLANTS
  • Suir Estuary, Ireland.Fitzgerald, EJ; Caffrey, JM; Nesaratnam, ST; McLoughlin, P (2003) Copper and lead concentrations in salt marsh plants on the Suir Estuary, Ireland
  • Changjiang estuary, ChinaSun, S. C., Y. L. Cai and X. J. Tian (2003) Salt marsh vegetation change after a short-term tidal restriction in the Changjiang estuary
Previously was:
  • North America (casual)Purdy, B. G., S. E. MacDonald and V. J. Lieffers (2005) Naturally saline boreal communities as models for reclamation of saline oil sand tailings
  • CHRZASZCZEWO ISLAND POLANDCwiklinski, E  (1977) THE HALOPHILOUS SPRING MEADOWS ON THE CHRZASZCZEWO ISLAND POLAND
  • Anglesey North WalesGORHAM, J; HUGHES, L; JONES, RGW (1981) LOW-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT CARBOHYDRATES IN SOME SALT-STRESSED PLANTS
  • Suir Estuary, Ireland.Fitzgerald, EJ; Caffrey, JM; Nesaratnam, ST; McLoughlin, P (2003) Copper and lead concentrations in salt marsh plants on the Suir Estuary, Ireland
  • Changjiang estuary, ChinaSun, S. C., Y. L. Cai and X. J. Tian (2003) Salt marsh vegetation change after a short-term tidal restriction in the Changjiang estuary
  • Miscellaneous notes Synonym Scirpus tabernaemontani
    References

    Last Records approved
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