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Report for Setaria viridis (L.) P.Beauv.

updated: Mar 8th 2021, 6:17 am see all updates
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Family Poaceae
Genus Setaria
Species viridis
Author (L.) P.Beauv.
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • weedy
Life form
  • Annual
Ecotypes unknown
Max. salinity
250 mMGuo, R., J. Zhou, W. P. Hao, D. Z. Gong, X. L. Zhong, F. X. Gu, Q. Liu, X. Xia, J. N. Tian and H. R. Li (2011) Germination, growth, photosynthesis and ionic balance in Setaria viridis seedlings subjected to saline and alkaline stressMendes Bezerra, Ana Carolina; da Cunha Valenca, David; da Gama Junqueira, Nicia Eloisa; Moll Huther, Cristina; Borella, Junior; Ferreira de Pinho, Camila; Alves Ferreira, Marcio; Oliveira Medici, Leonardo; Ortiz-Silva, Bianca; Reinert, Fernanda (2021) Potassium supply promotes the mitigation of NaCl-induced effects on leaf photochemistry, metabolism and morphology of Setaria viridis.
Previously was: 200
Germination YesAmini, V., F. Zaefarian and M. Rezvani (2015) Interspecific variations in seed germination and seedling emergence of three Setaria speciesEssemine, J., M. N. Qu, M. J. A. Lyu, Q. F. Song, N. Khan, G. Y. Chen, P. Wang and X. G. Zhu (2020) Photosynthetic and transcriptomic responses of two C-4 grass species with different NaCl toleranceGuo, R., J. Zhou, W. P. Hao, D. Z. Gong, X. L. Zhong, F. X. Gu, Q. Liu, X. Xia, J. N. Tian and H. R. Li (2011) Germination, growth, photosynthesis and ionic balance in Setaria viridis seedlings subjected to saline and alkaline stressMendes Bezerra, Ana Carolina; da Cunha Valenca, David; da Gama Junqueira, Nicia Eloisa; Moll Huther, Cristina; Borella, Junior; Ferreira de Pinho, Camila; Alves Ferreira, Marcio; Oliveira Medici, Leonardo; Ortiz-Silva, Bianca; Reinert, Fernanda (2021) Potassium supply promotes the mitigation of NaCl-induced effects on leaf photochemistry, metabolism and morphology of Setaria viridis.
Salt glands and bladders YesHunsche, M.; Scherhag, H.; Schmitz-Eiberger, M.; Noga, G. (2007) Influence of linseed oil ethoxylate adjuvants and rain on biological efficacy of glyphosate, evaluated using Chenopodium album, Abutilon theophrasti and Setaria viridis
Previously was: unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C4Essemine, J., M. N. Qu, M. J. A. Lyu, Q. F. Song, N. Khan, G. Y. Chen, P. Wang and X. G. Zhu (2020) Photosynthetic and transcriptomic responses of two C-4 grass species with different NaCl tolerance
Molecular data
  • Total RNAEssemine, J., M. N. Qu, M. J. A. Lyu, Q. F. Song, N. Khan, G. Y. Chen, P. Wang and X. G. Zhu (2020) Photosynthetic and transcriptomic responses of two C-4 grass species with different NaCl tolerance
  • cDNAEssemine, J., M. N. Qu, M. J. A. Lyu, Q. F. Song, N. Khan, G. Y. Chen, P. Wang and X. G. Zhu (2020) Photosynthetic and transcriptomic responses of two C-4 grass species with different NaCl tolerance
  • DNAPegler, JL; Nguyen, DQ; Grof, CPL; Eamens, AL (2020) Profiling of the Salt Stress Responsive MicroRNA Landscape of C4 Genetic Model Species Setaria viridis (L.) Beauv
Previously was: empty
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesGuo, X. H. and J. Gong (2014) Differential effects of abiotic factors and host plant traits on diversity and community composition of root-colonizing arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in a salt-stressed ecosystem
Bioremediation unknown
antioxidants
  • Antioxidant EnzymesMendes Bezerra, Ana Carolina; da Cunha Valenca, David; da Gama Junqueira, Nicia Eloisa; Moll Huther, Cristina; Borella, Junior; Ferreira de Pinho, Camila; Alves Ferreira, Marcio; Oliveira Medici, Leonardo; Ortiz-Silva, Bianca; Reinert, Fernanda (2021) Potassium supply promotes the mitigation of NaCl-induced effects on leaf photochemistry, metabolism and morphology of Setaria viridis.
Previously was: empty
Secondary Metabolites
Compatible Solutes
Habitat
  • E Grasslands and lands dominated by forbs, mosses or lichensYi, SJ; Wu, P; Peng, XQ; Bai, FH; Gao, YN; Zhang, WX; Du, N; Guo, WH (2020) Functional identity enhances aboveground productivity of a coastal saline meadow mediated by Tamarix chinensis in Laizhou Bay, China
Previously was: empty
Economic use
Distribution

No Distribution recorded for this taxon
Distribution (text)
  • Eurasia
  • BrazilMendes Bezerra, Ana Carolina; da Cunha Valenca, David; da Gama Junqueira, Nicia Eloisa; Moll Huther, Cristina; Borella, Junior; Ferreira de Pinho, Camila; Alves Ferreira, Marcio; Oliveira Medici, Leonardo; Ortiz-Silva, Bianca; Reinert, Fernanda (2021) Potassium supply promotes the mitigation of NaCl-induced effects on leaf photochemistry, metabolism and morphology of Setaria viridis.
  • South East Shangha, ChinaEssemine, J., M. N. Qu, M. J. A. Lyu, Q. F. Song, N. Khan, G. Y. Chen, P. Wang and X. G. Zhu (2020) Photosynthetic and transcriptomic responses of two C-4 grass species with different NaCl tolerance
  • Laizhou Bay, ChinaYi, SJ; Wu, P; Peng, XQ; Bai, FH; Gao, YN; Zhang, WX; Du, N; Guo, WH (2020) Functional identity enhances aboveground productivity of a coastal saline meadow mediated by Tamarix chinensis in Laizhou Bay, China
Previously was:
  • Eurasia
  • Miscellaneous notes An important weed speciesDekker, J (2003) The foxtail (Setaria) species-group
    Previously was: In Menzel and Lieth see also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Setaria_viridis
    References

    Last Records approved
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    Apr 17th 2021, 6:26 am

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    Approved by T J Flowers
    Apr 16th 2021, 6:31 am
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