A plant genus in the CHENOPODIACEAE family.
A plant genus in the CHENOPODIACEAE family.
A family of flowering plants in the order Caryophyllales, with about 60 genera and more than 800 species of plants, with a few shrubs, trees, and vines. The leaves usually have nonindented edges.
Plants that can grow well in soils that have a high SALINITY.
The goosefoot plant family of the order Caryophyllales, subclass Caryophyllidae, class Magnoliopsida. It includes beets and chard (BETA VULGARIS), as well as SPINACH, and salt tolerant plants.
A plant genus of the family ZYGOPHYLLACEAE. Members contain SAPONINS.
Degree of saltiness, which is largely the OSMOLAR CONCENTRATION of SODIUM CHLORIDE plus any other SALTS present. It is an ecological factor of considerable importance, influencing the types of organisms that live in an ENVIRONMENT.
New immature growth of a plant including stem, leaves, tips of branches, and SEEDLINGS.

Adaptation to salt stress in a salt-tolerant strain of the yeast Yarrowia lipolytica. (1/16)

We have studied the cellular mechanisms underlying adaptation to salt stress in a newly isolated osmo- and salt-tolerant strain of the yeast Yarrowia lipolytica. When cells are incubated in the presence of 9% NaCl, a rapid change in their size and shape is observed. Salt stress is accompanied by an increase in the intracellular level of glycerol, free amino acids (notably proline and aliphatic amino acids), and Na+, as well as by changes in lipid and fatty acid composition.  (+info)

Isolating the promoter of a stress-induced gene encoding betaine aldehyde dehydrogenase from the halophyte Atriplex centralasiatica Iljin. (2/16)

The betaine aldehyde dehydrogenase (AcBADH) gene of the halophyte Atriplex centralasiatica Iljin is induced by drought, salinity, cold stress and abscisic acid, in parallel with an increase in betaine level. In order to study the molecular basis of its expression and to obtain an effective stress-induced promoter, the 5' flanking region of betaine aldehyde dehydrogenase gene (about 1.2 kb) was isolated from the halophyte A. centralasiatica Iljin by screening the genomic library. The transcription start site, which localized at 84 bases upstream of the start ATG, was determined by primer extension and 5'-RACE method. To investigate the molecular mechanism of the stress-induced gene regulation, the AcBADH promoter-beta-glucuronidase chimeric gene constructs containing six deletions were introduced into tobacco by Agrobacterium-mediated transformation. The AcBADH 5'-flanking region, a promoter strongly induced by salt stress, contains two salt-responsive enhancer regions localized between -1115 and -890, -462 and -230 and one silencer region between -890 and -641.  (+info)

Bacillus patagoniensis sp. nov., a novel alkalitolerant bacterium from the rhizosphere of Atriplex lampa in Patagonia, Argentina. (3/16)

A Gram-positive, rod-shaped, spore-forming bacterium (PAT 05T) was isolated from the rhizosphere of the perennial shrub Atriplex lampa in north-eastern Patagonia, Argentina. Its overall biochemical and physiological characteristics indicated that this strain should be placed in the alkaliphilic Bacillus group. Strain PAT 05T grew at pH 7-10 (optimum pH 8), but not at pH 6. Its DNA G+C content was 39.7 mol%. Sequence analysis of the 16S rRNA gene of PAT 05T revealed the closest match (99.6 % similarity) with Bacillus sp. DSM 8714. The highest level of DNA-DNA relatedness (88.6 %) was also found with this strain. On the basis of 16S rRNA gene sequence similarity and phylogenetic analysis, G+C content and DNA-DNA hybridization data, strain PAT 05T is related at the species level to Bacillus sp. DSM 8714, a member of a group referred as phenon 4a by Nielsen et al. [Nielsen, P., Fritze, D. & Priest, F. G. (1995). Microbiology 141, 1745-1761], which still lacks taxonomic standing. These results support the proposal of strain PAT 05T (=DSM 16117T=ATCC BAA-965T) as the type strain of Bacillus patagoniensis sp. nov.  (+info)

Genetic structure of Atriplex halimus populations in the Mediterranean Basin. (4/16)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: The saltbush Atriplex halimus is a chenopodiaceous plant well adapted to dry saline habitats and widely distributed in the Mediterranean Basin. A study was carried out to analyse the genetic diversity of A. halimus at the level of the Mediterranean Basin. METHODS: To assess the intra- and interpopulational variation of A. halimus a total of 51 populations and six plants per populations was analysed with the RAPD-PCR technique. For the study of the phylogeny of the populations, 21 samples of A. halimus and seven samples of other species of Atriplex were analysed by the sequencing of the ITS (internal transcribed spacer) region of the ribosomal DNA. KEY RESULTS: The AMOVA analysis of the RAPD results showed that populations were divided into two discrete genetic groups, as the variation among groups accounted for 54.36 % of the total variance of the collection. At the same time, the intrapopulational diversity was high, as 301 out of 306 plants analysed constituted an individual RAPD haplotype. The sequencing of the ITS region also showed a significant separation of the two genetic groups, with a genetic distance of 0.023 nucleotide substitutions per site. Using A. breweri, A. canescens, A. glauca and A. prostrata as outgroups in the phylogenetic analysis, A. breweri and A. canescens are the species closest to A. halimus from this group, while A. prostrata is the most distant. CONCLUSIONS: The present work indicates that two genetic groups of A. halimus can be distinguished after analysing the genetic diversity of 51 populations from ten countries in the Mediterranean Basin.  (+info)

NaCl alleviates polyethylene glycol-induced water stress in the halophyte species Atriplex halimus L. (5/16)

Atriplex halimus L. is a C4 xero-halophyte species well adapted to salt and drought conditions. To collect information on the physiological impact of low salt levels on their water-stress resistance, seedlings were exposed for 6 d to nutrient solution containing either 0% or 15% polyethylene glycol 10,000 (PEG), in the presence or in the absence of 50 mM NaCl. Similar experiments were performed with one PEG-resistant and one PEG-sensitive selected cell line exposed for 50 d to 0% or 15% PEG on standard Linsmaier and Skoog (LS) medium, on LS medium supplemented with 50 mM NaCl, or on Na+-free medium. NaCl mitigated the deleterious impact of PEG on growth of both whole plants and PEG-sensitive cell lines and improved the ability of stressed tissues to perform osmotic adjustment (OA). Water stress reduced CO2 net assimilation rates quantified in the presence of high CO2 and low O2 levels (A), stomatal conductance and transpiration, but NaCl improved water use efficiency of PEG-treated plants through its positive effect on A values, especially in young leaves. PEG increased the internal Na+ concentration. The resistant cell line accumulated higher concentration of Na+ than the PEG-sensitive one. The complete absence of Na+ in the medium endangered the survival of both cell lines exposed to PEG. Although Na+ by itself contributed only for a small part to OA, NaCl induced an increase in proline concentration and stimulated the synthesis of glycinebetaine in response to PEG in photosynthetic tissues. Soluble sugars were the main contributors to OA and increased when tissues were simultaneously exposed to PEG and NaCl compared with PEG alone, suggesting that Na+ may influence sugar synthesis and/or translocation.  (+info)

Growth and photosynthetic responses to salinity of the salt-marsh shrub Atriplex portulacoides. (6/16)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Atriplex (Halimione) portulacoides is a halophytic, C(3) shrub. It is virtually confined to coastal salt marshes, where it often dominates the vegetation. The aim of this study was to investigate its growth responses to salinity and the extent to which these could be explained by photosynthetic physiology. METHODS: The responses of young plants to salinity in the range 0-700 mol m(-3) NaCl were investigated in a glasshouse experiment. The performance of plants was examined using classical growth analysis, measurements of gas exchange (infrared gas analysis), determination of chlorophyll fluorescence characteristics (modulated fluorimeter) and photosynthetic pigment concentrations; total ash, sodium, potassium and nitrogen concentrations, and relative water content were also determined. KEY RESULTS: Plants accumulated Na(+) approximately in proportion to external salinity. Salt stimulated growth up to an external concentration of 200 mol m(-3) NaCl and some growth was maintained at higher salinities. The main determinant of growth response to salinity was unit leaf rate. This was itself reflected in rates of CO(2) assimilation, which were not affected by 200 mol m(-3) but were reduced at higher salinities. Reductions in net photosynthetic rate could be accounted for largely by lower stomatal conductance and intercellular CO(2) concentration. Apart from possible effects of osmotic shock at the beginning of the experiment, salinity did not have any adverse effect on photosystem II (PSII). Neither the quantum efficiency of PSII (Phi(PSII)) nor the chlorophyll fluorescence ratio (F(v)/F(m)) were reduced by salinity, and lower mid-day values recovered by dawn. Mid-day F(v)/F(m) was in fact depressed more at low external sodium concentration, by the end of the experiment. CONCLUSIONS: The growth responses of the hygro-halophyte A. portulacoides to salinity appear largely to depend on changes in its rate of photosynthetic gas exchange. Photosynthesis appears to be limited mainly through stomatal conductance and hence intercellular CO(2) concentration, rather than by effects on PSII; moderate salinity might stimulate carboxylation capacity. This is in contrast to more extreme halophytes, for which an ability to maintain leaf area can partially offset declining rates of carbon assimilation at high salinity.  (+info)

An inland and a coastal population of the Mediterranean xero-halophyte species Atriplex halimus L. differ in their ability to accumulate proline and glycinebetaine in response to salinity and water stress. (7/16)

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Plant growth promotion and Penicillium citrinum. (8/16)

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This paper examines the accumulation of soil chloride and the increase in electrical conductivity of the groundwater beneath stands of saltbushes (Atriplex species) in a plant spacing trial conducted near Keller berrin in Western Australia. The trial had a randomised block design with 5 plant spacings (1 by 1 m,1 by 2 m, 2 by 2 m, 2 by 3 m, and 3 by 3 m), 5 saltbush species (Atriplex undulata D. Dietr., A. amnicola Paul G. Wilson, A. vesicaria Heward ex Benth., A. paludosa R. Br. and A. bunburyana F. Muell.) and 3 replicate plots (each consisting of 25 plants in 5 by 5 array). The saline groundwater at the site was between 0.5 and1.2 m below the surface for the duration of the experiment. Over a 2-year period there was a substantial increase in soil chloride concentration beneath the saltbushes. These increases were proportional to salt bush leaf density (weight per unit soil surface area) and inversely proportional to the initial concentration of chloride in the soil. There was a substantial ...
Botanical Name: Atriplex canescens Family: Amaranthaceae Genus: Atriplex Species: A. canescens Kingdom: Plantae Order: Caryophyllales Common Names :Saltbush,
24a. Atriplex saccaria S. Watson var. saccaria Atriplex caput-medusae Eastwood; A. saccaria var. caput-medusae (Eastwood) S. L. Welsh. Herbs, erect, mainly 0.5-5 dm. Leaves all petiolate or distal ones subsessile, blade cordate-ovate or subreniform to oval or ovate, 10-30 × 10-25 mm, base cordate or some only broadly truncate or less commonly rather abruptly cuneate, margin entire or rarely slightly hastate. Staminate flowers in glomerules in distal axils and in terminal, deciduous panicles. Fruiting bracteoles dimorphic, those with subglobose body bearing flattened or cristate processes borne on stipes to 10+ mm, and those mainly lacking processes, cuneate in outline, and sessile.. Mat-atriplex, shadscale, greasewood, and pinyon-juniper communities, on fine-textured saline substrates (often semibarren) of the Bridger, Duchesne River, Mancos Shale, Dakota, Morrison, Entrada, and Chinle formations, and on fine-textured alluvium; 1100-2200 m; Ariz., Colo., N.Mex., Utah, Wyo.. The main center of ...
A. Riasi, M. Danesh Mesgaran and M.J. Zamiri (Journal of Animal Science Researches . 20.4(1): 1-16) Abstract (The full text in Persian language)A. Riasi, M. Danesh Mesgaran and M.J. Zamiri (Journal of Animal Science Researches . 20.4(1): 1-16) Abstract (The full text in Persian language) The effect of Kochia scoparia and Atriplex dimorphostegia on some serum electrolytes, metabolites, thyroids hormones and intracellular enzymes and urine parameters of Baloochi ewes was determined. The ewes were randomly allocated to three dietary treatments [T1: kochia + alfalfa (1:1), T2: atriplex + alfalfa (1:1), and T3: alfalfa] in a Latin Square experiment in three 28 days periods. During the last 3 days of each period, samples of blood serum and urine were collected. The effect of treatments on blood serum glucose and urea N was significant (P
Vacuoles were isolated via protoplasts from the leaves of a halophyte Atriplex gmelini C.A.Mey., grown in culture solution supplemented with 250 millimolar NaCl. Lysis of the protoplasts was induced by lowering the medium osmolarity (1.2 to 1.0 molar sorbitol) and adding a detergent, a synthesized cholate derivative, 3-([3-cholamidopropyl] dimethylammonio)-1-propanesulfonate at a concentration of 0.5 millimolar and the resulting vacuoles were purified by successive dilution and floatation. Isolated vacuoles contained almost the same concentration of sodium (569 millimolar) and chloride (260 millimolar) as recorded in protoplasts (582 and 254 millimolar, respectively), suggesting that the vacuoles are the major sequestration site of NaCl in leaves of halophytes. Betaine concentration in the protoplasts was about 16 millimolar, while that in vacuoles was only about 0.24 millimolar, indicating that betaine is accumulated in the cytoplasm as a compatible solute.. ...
Little information is available on gene expression profiling of halophyte A. canescens. To elucidate the molecular mechanism for stress tolerance in A. canescens, a full-length complementary DNA library was generated from A. canescens exposed to 400 mM NaCl, and provided 343 high-quality ESTs. In an evaluation of 343 valid EST sequences in the cDNA library, 197 unigenes were assembled, among which 190 unigenes (83.1% ESTs) were identified according to their significant similarities with proteins of known functions. All the 343 EST sequences have been deposited in the dbEST GenBank under accession numbers JZ535802 to JZ536144. According to Arabidopsis MIPS functional category and GO classifications, we identified 193 unigenes of the 311 annotations EST, representing 72 non-redundant unigenes sharing similarities with genes related to the defense response. The sets of ESTs obtained provide a rich genetic resource and 17 up-regulated genes related to salt stress resistance were identified by qRT-PCR.
The objective of the present work was to evaluate the extent of Cd- and Cu-induced oxidative stress and the antioxidant response triggered in the halophyte species Atriplex halimus after metallic trace elements exposure. Plants were treated for one month with Cd2+
The objective of the present work was to evaluate the extent of Cd- and Cu-induced oxidative stress and the antioxidant response triggered in the halophyte species Atriplex halimus after metallic trace elements exposure. Plants were treated for one month with Cd2+
Plant hydraulic characteristics were studied in diploid, tetraploid and hexaploid cytotypes of Atriplex canescens (Chenopodiaceae) to investigate the potential physiological mechanism underlying the intraspecific habitat differentiation among plants of different ploidy levels. Populations of A. canescens from different habitats of the Chihuahuan Desert (New Mexico, USA) were analyzed using flow cytometry to determine ploidy levels. Traits related to xylem water transport efficiency and safety against drought-induced hydraulic failure were measured in both stems and leaves. At the stem level, cytotypes of higher ploidy levels showed consistently lower leaf-specific hydraulic conductivity but greater resistance to drought-induced loss of hydraulic conductivity. At the leaf level, comparisons in hydraulics between cytotypes did not show a consistent pattern, but exhibited high plasticity to proximal environmental conditions related to soil water availability. The results suggest that there is a ...
A physiological investigation of seed germination and salt tolerance in a polyploid series of Atriplex canescens (Pursh) Nutt ...
The Plants Database includes the following 4 subspecies of Atriplex argentea . Click below on a thumbnail map or name for subspecies profiles ...
Atriplex laciniata L. was investigated for phenolic, flavonoid contents, antioxidant, anticholinesterase activities, in an attempt to explore its effectiveness in Alzheimers and other neurological disorders. Plant crude methanolic extract (Al.MeF), subsequent fractions; n-hexane (Al.HxF), chloroform (Al.CfF), ethyl acetate (Al.EaF), aqueous (Al.WtF), Saponins (Al.SPF) and Flavonoids (Al.FLVF) were investigated for DPPH, ABTS and H2O2 free radical scavenging activities. Further these extracts were subjected to acetylcholinesterase (AChE) & butyrylcholinesterase (BChE) inhibitory activities using Ellmans assay. Phenolic and Flavonoid contents were determined and expressed in mg Gallic acid GAE/g and Rutin RTE/g of samples respectively. In DPPH free radicals scavenging assay, Al.FLVF, Al.SPF and Al.MeF showed highest activity causing 89.41 ± 0.55, 83.37 ± 0.34 and 83.37 ± 0.34% inhibition of free radicals respectively at 1 mg/mL concentration. IC50 for these fractions were 33, 83
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Atriplex halimus is a xerohalophyte plant, which could be used as cash crops. This plant was integrated in Tunisian government programs the aim of which is to rehabilitate saline areas and desert. To investigate its strategies involved in salt tolerance, A. halimus was grown hydroponically under controlled conditions with increasing salinity. Plants were harvested and analyzed after 60 days of treatment. The biomass of A. halimus increased by moderate salinity and decreased significantly at high salinity compared to control plants at 400 mM. Despite of the large amounts of Na+ observed in the leaves of Atriplex plants, leaf water contents and leaf succulence kept on increasing in treated plants and decreased over 150 mM NaCl. This confirmed the compartmentation and the efficient contribution of Na+ in the osmotic adjustment. Analysis of the metabolic profiles showed an accumulation of carbohydrates and amino acids. The leaf tissues preferentially stored proline, a alanine and sucrose. Increasing ...
EREBP/AP2-type proteins are members of a large DNA binding protein (DBF) family found in plants. Some members like APETALA2 and AtDREB/CBF can regulate flower development and response to environmental stresses, respectively. To characterize transcription factors involved in plant responses to salt stress, we constructed cDNA library from salt-treated halophyte (Atriplex hortensis) and isolated a novel gene encoding EREBP/AP2-tvpe protein from this library. This cDNA contained an ORF of 723 bp and a long 3-Untranslated-Region (UTR) of 655 bp. The deduced amino acid sequence showed one conserved DNA binding domain of EREBP/AP2, thus the corresponding gene was named AhDREBl with a calculated molecular mass of 26.1 kD. AhDREBl under the control of CaMV 35S promoter was then transformed into tobacco and nine independent transgenic lines were obtained and subjected to long term salt stress. The results suggested that overexpression of AhDREBl improved the salt tolerance in transgenic tobacco through
Habit: Annual to shrub; hairs simple, stellate, or glandular; plants in several genera scaly, mealy, or powdery from collapsed glands; monoecious, dioecious, with bisexual flowers, or with both bisexual and unisexual flowers. Stem: occasionally fleshy. Leaf: blade simple, generally alternate, occasionally fleshy or reduced to scales, veins pinnate; stipules 0. Inflorescence: raceme, spike, catkin-like, spheric head, axillary clusters of flowers, or flowers 1; bracts 0--5, herbaceous, generally persistent or strongly modified in fruit, wings, tubercles or spines present or 0. Flower: bisexual or unisexual, small, generally green; calyx parts (1)3--5, or 0 in pistillate flowers, free or fused basally (or +- throughout), leaf-like in texture, membranous, or fleshy, deciduous or not, often strongly modified in fruit; corolla 0; stamens 1--5, opposite sepals, filaments free, equal; anthers 4-chambered; ovary superior (1/2-inferior), chamber 1; ovule 1; styles, stigmas 1--4 (or stigmas sessile). ...
Habit: Annual to shrub; hairs simple, stellate, or glandular; plants in several genera scaly, mealy, or powdery from collapsed glands; monoecious, dioecious, with bisexual flowers, or with both bisexual and unisexual flowers. Stem: occasionally fleshy. Leaf: blade simple, generally alternate, occasionally fleshy or reduced to scales, veins pinnate; stipules 0. Inflorescence: raceme, spike, catkin-like, spheric head, axillary clusters of flowers, or flowers 1; bracts 0--5, herbaceous, generally persistent or strongly modified in fruit, wings, tubercles or spines present or 0. Flower: bisexual or unisexual, small, generally green; calyx parts (1)3--5, or 0 in pistillate flowers, free or fused basally (or +- throughout), leaf-like in texture, membranous, or fleshy, deciduous or not, often strongly modified in fruit; corolla 0; stamens 1--5, opposite sepals, filaments free, equal; anthers 4-chambered; ovary superior (1/2-inferior), chamber 1; ovule 1; styles, stigmas 1--4 (or stigmas sessile). ...
One or more young, unfolded leaves are visible on the plant. A leaf is considered young and unfolded once its entire length has emerged from a breaking bud, stem node or growing stem tip, so that the leaf stalk (petiole) or leaf base is visible at its point of attachment to the stem, but before the leaf has reached full size or turned the darker green color or tougher texture of mature leaves on the plant. Do not include fully dried or dead leaves. How many young leaves are present?. Less than 3;3 to 10;11 to 100;101 to 1,000;1,001 to 10,000;More than 10,000. ...
The name for the species taken up here follows the nomenclatural interpretation of J. McNeill et al. (1983).. Herbs, monoecious, erect, decumbent or procumbent, branching, 1-10 dm; stems subangular to angular, green or striped. Leaves opposite or subopposite at least proximally; petiole (0-)1-3(-4) cm; blade triangular-hastate, lobes spreading, 20-100 mm and almost as wide, base truncate or subcordate, margin entire, serrate, dentate, or irregularly toothed, apex acute to obtuse. Flowers in spiciform naked spikes 2-9 cm, sometimes forming terminal panicles; glomerules tight, contiguous or irregularly spaced. Fruiting bracteoles green, becoming brown to black at maturity, triangular-hastate to triangular-ovate, veined or veins obscure, 3-5 mm, thin to thickened, spongy, base truncate to obtuse, margin united at base, lateral angles mostly entire, apex acute, faces smooth or with 2 tubercles. Seeds dimorphic: brown, flattened, disc-shaped, 1-2.5 mm wide, or black, 1-1.5 mm wide; radicle subbasal, ...
Two flavonoid sulphates, i.e. quercetin 3-O-sulphate-7-O-α-arabinopyranoside and kaempferol 3-O-sulphate-7-O-α-arabinopyranoside, were isolated f
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Sukhorukov, A.P. (Suchorukow) 2007. Zur Systematik und Chorologie der in Russland und den benachbarten Staaten (in den Grenzen der ehemaligen USSR) vorkommenden Atriplex-Arten (Chenopodiaceae). Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien, 108 B: 307-420 pdf reference page ...
Classification for Kingdom Plantae Down to Species Atriplex parryi S. Watson Click on names to expand them, and on P for PLANTS profiles ...
Plant tissue culture refers to growing and multiplication of cells, tissues and organs of plants on defined solid or liquid media under aseptic and controlled environment. Micropropagation allows rapid production of high quality, disease-free and uniform planting material. The micropropagation of high quality planting materials of ornamentals, and forest and fruit trees has created new opportunities in global trading for producers, farmers, and nursery owners, and for rural employment. A substantial number of micropropagated plants do not survive transfer from in vitro conditions to greenhouse or field environments. The greenhouse and field have substantially lower relative humidity, higher light level and septic environment that are stressful to micro-propagated plants compared to in vitro conditions. It is possible to acclimatize plantlets during in vitro as well as in vivo by various methods and thereby fa-cilitating the successful transfer of in vitro cultured plantlets to soil.
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Vegetation within some parts of Western Australia has been degraded by resource extraction, and ecological restoration is necessary to prevent erosion and reinstate plant biodiversity. Two restoration approaches, seed broadcasting and planting of seedlings, were tested with plant species (Acacia tetragonophylla F. Muell., Atriplex bunburyana F. Muell. and Solanum orbiculatum Poir.) known to have been dominant prior to mining activities in the World Heritage Area at Shark Bay. For broadcast seeding, soil raking and/or ripping increased seedling emergence, but only after sufficient rainfall. Survival of A. bunburyana seedlings (=92%) was higher than A. tetragonophylla (=13%) almost two years after planting and soil ripping partly alleviated soil impedance and resulted in increased seedling survival. Shoot pruning, fertiliser and moisture retaining gel had a reduced or detrimental effect on survival. Seedling survival differed between the three experimental sites, with electrical conductivity being ...
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Aphididae: Thecabius lysimachiae [forms galls by folding & convoluting poplar leaves, migrating during the summer to Moneywort; this Eurasian aphid has been found in New York] ...
Common Name: LloydiellaFamily: PrimulaceaeOrigin: Central EuropepH: 7Light: MediumGrowth: MediumGrowth Form: StemTrue Aquatic: YesDemands: LowAvailable: 4+ Stems (Bunch)
basis of record Giesbrecht, W. 1893. Systematik und Faunistik der pelagischen Copepoden des Golfes von Neapel und der angrenzenden Meeres-Abschnitte. Fauna und Flora des Golfes von Neapel und der Angrenzenden Meeres-Abschnitte, Herausgegeben von der Zoologischen Station zu Neapel 19:1-831, pls. 1-54. (1892) [details] ...
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Trees with small root zones may be beneficial to a landscape, but there are also inherent dangers. Ideally, a trees root zone is roughly twice as wide as the canopy, depending on the species. If a ...
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Orach (Atriplex hortensis L.) is a halophyte plant, cultivated ever since the ancient times, used in the food industry, biotherapy, human medicine and apiculture. But, then it has a germinal capacity of about 25% and a duration of two years. These characteristics make the A. hortensis L. a plant with economic potential exploitable via biotechnological methods. These methods use phytoregulators as biochemical instruments capable of modeling somatic type explants cultivated in vitro for the purposes of the induction, generation and materialization of the properties characteristic of stem type cells. These properties are especially relevant by the use of auxinic or cytokininic type phytoregulators. The experimental researches described in this study has aimed at testing treatments with exogenous auxins or exogenous cytokinins of A. hortensis L., on somatic type explants cultivated in vitro, for the purposes of the induction, generation and materialization of properties characteristic of stem type ...
Cleome rutidosperma is traditionally used in Indian ayurvedic medicine for the treatment of wide number of health disorders. Plant tissue culture techniques are considered as easy and consistent methods for rapid propagation of plants, especially rare and endangered plant species. In vitro propagation of C.rutidosperma was investigated to develop reliable protocols for direct shoot regeneration induced by culturing nodal explants and comparison the components between wild and micropropagated. The nodal explants were cultured on MS medium supplemented with different concentration of plant growth regulators like 6-Benzylaminopurine and NAA. The bioactive compound of chloroform extracts was identified by Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry method. Multiple shoot generation was achieved after 28 days of incubation with average five shoots per explants. The wild and micropropagated plant showed the presence of eleven and nine compounds respectively. The study concluded that callus formation yield ...
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A recent study by a team of researchers from Russia and Uzbekistan has shed new light on the structural and functional changes which ensure the adaptation of Kali komarovii, also known as land seaweed in Japanese, to saline, wet and cold conditions of the Sea of Japan coastal areas.
Numerous studies have been published regarding field behaviour of micropropagated strawberry. Such plants more or less often exhibit characteristics, like: dwarfism, chlorosis or white striking of leaves, stem fasciations, intensified vigour, hyperrunnering and abnormal flowering (hyperflowering) accompanied by increased production of smaller fruits. Some of them were confirmed in the presented study on micropropagated Senga Sengana strawberry plants and their progeny. Any alterations were not found in leaf colour and shape. Distinct differences in number of crowns and stolons among micropropagated and control plants were found in the first year only. They could be explained both by well-known increased vigour of TC plants as well as by diminished stress of V0 plants which were set into soil with undamaged roots contrary to S plants. The most visible and stable aftermath of micropropagation were: readiness of V0 plants to bloom in the year of planting and hyperflowering caused by i ncreased ...
Phidippus californicus is a species of jumping spider. It is found in the southwestern USA (Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Texas, Utah and northern Mexico (Baja California peninsula, and Sonora). P. californicus occurs in the sagebrush community of the Great Basin desert. These large jumping spiders are found on bushes such as the sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata), the rabbitbrush (Chrysothamnus nauseosus), and the Four-winged Saltbrush (Atriplex canescens). P. californicus prefers bushes that grow on slopes with thin, stony soils, and appears to avoid conifers and moist habitats (e.g., the proximity of irrigation ditches). In the same habitat, often on the same bush, two other Phidippus species are found: P. apacheanus and P. octopunctatus. Females can reach 12 mm body length, males 7 to 11 mm. Both sexes have blue-green iridescent chelicerae, a black cephalothorax and limbs, and a bright red abdomen with a median black stripe (similar to the female P. johnsoni). Between the black and red areas on ...
Habitat and ecology: This species grows in open, stable or stabilized, gravelly, sandy silt or silty clay soils derived from somewhat ashy and/or gypsiferous lacustrine sediments, on mesic microsites created and/or maintained by gentle north to east aspects, dense shrub and/or grass canopies, high clay and silt content of the soil, and/or cryptobiotic soil crusts, usually associated with such soil crusts in the shadscale zone with Atriplex confertifolia, Gutierrezia sarothrae, Ericameria viscidiflora puberula, Krascheninnikovia lanata, Pleuraphis jamesii, Mentzelia albicaulis, Mimulus parryi, etc. This species is threatened by curtailment or destruction of soil crust and vegetation cover by recreational use, trampling by livestock or feral animals, off-road vehicle use, etc. It is also vulnerable to horticultural and hobby collection, some commercial or residential development, mineral exploration and development. ...
Atriplex pedunculata - formerly Halimione pedunculata) [a plant with similar name which is a very rare [RRR] amd not found elsewhere apart in bare places in the saltmarshes of East Kent to North Lincolnshire, and which grows to only 30cm high, and has Y-bar fruits on very long stalks] Uniquely identifiable characteristics Distinguishing Feature : A sprawling shrub which is well-branched and grows up to 1m in height (or length) in salty mud and sand usually near to pools or dykes and often flooded at high tide. It is found on the coasts of the British Isles clockwise from Berwick-upon-tweed to Stranraer. Hardly found north of any of those two points. Also mostly on the west coast of Ireland from Belfast to Cork, with less between that and Galway. ...
Eupithecia simpliciata, the plain pug, is a moth of the family Geometridae. It is found in the Palearctic ecozone, from western Europe to north-western China (Xinjiang).[2] The wingspan is 21-23 mm. Eupithecia simpliciata has a relatively broad rounded forewing. The forewing ground colour is pale ochre.The forewing has indistinct, curved fuscous striae.The postmedian fascia has curved pale edges, the outer one zig-zagged towards the tornus.The forewing fringes are chequered.The hindwings are whitish-grey, darkened in the postmedian field. The discal spot is small. The butterflies vary significantly in colour and pattern.[3] T The moth flies from May to September depending on the location. The larvae feed on Atriplex, Chenopodium, Artemisia maritima and Artemisia vulgaris. ...
True-to-type clonal fidelity is of paramount concern during micropropagation of crop species. Though, micropropagation has found an important role in propagation of apple rootstocks, commercial propagation may be constrained by the occurrence of genetic variations, especially when cultures are maintained in vitro for a long period. To determine genetic fidelity of micropropagated plants of apple rootstock MM 106 multiplied by enhanced axillary branching method, we screened 24 inter simple sequence repeat markers (ISSR). Of these, 11 primers reproducibly generated a total of 107 distinct bands. Apple rootstock Merton 793 and scion Jonathon were analysed along with tissue culture raised progenies of MM 106 as outliers to rule out the possibility that the invariant banding pattern was on account of inefficiency of ISSR primers in detecting variations. The number of bands per primer varied from 5 to 9 with an average of 9.72 scorable bands per primer. Among 83 bands amplified in micropropagated ...
A micropropagation protocol was developed for multiplication of seedless lemon (Citrus limon L. cv. Kaghzi Kalan) using nodal explants. The maximum shoot regeneration was observed on low level of ...
ALONE, Lima-Brito et al. In vitro hardening in different enviroment and acclimatization of microplants of Comanthera mucugensis Giul. subsp. mucugensis. Rev. Ciênc. Agron. [online]. 2016, vol.47, n.1, pp.152-161. ISSN 0045-6888. http://dx.doi.org/10.5935/1806-6690.20160018.. The present study evaluated the influence of photon flux density and the type of culture vessel seal on the hardening of in vitro plants and on the survival of seedlings acclimatized of C. mucugensis subsp. mucugensis, in order to increase the survival during acclimatization. Micropropagated shoots were maintained under three different levels of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR): 60; 120 and 300 µmol m-2 s-1. Forty days after inoculation, the PVC that was used to close the tubes was exchanged for three different types of seals: PVC, caps and cotton. At 60 days of cultivation the plants were analyzed as anatomy, loss of water and growth. For acclimatization, some plants were transferred to green houses and covered ...
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Alberti A , Sabelli C , Zeitschrift fur Kristallographie , 178 (1987) p.249-256, Statistical and true symmetry of ferrierite:, possible absence of straight T-O-T bridging bonds, Locality: Monastir, Sardinia, Italy ...
Mehdi Ttlijalija is an assistant at the Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology of Sousse and a Ph.D. student in the National Engineering School of Monastir, Tunisia. His research interests are computer aided design and tolerancing ...
ACMS Abstracts: Fall 2013 = === Rob Sturman (Leeds) === Lecture 1: The ergodic hierarchy & uniform hyperbolicity Ergodic theory provides a hierarchy of behaviours of increasing complexity, essentially covering dynamics from indecomposable, through mixing, to apparently random. Demonstrating that a (real) system possesses any of these properties is typically difficult, but one important class of system - uniformly hyperbolic systems - make the ergodic hierarchy immediately accessible. Uniform hyperbolicity is a strong condition, and so we also describe its weaker counterpart, non-uniform hyperbolicity. Our chief example in this lecture is the Arnold Cat Map, an example of a hyperbolic toral automorphism. Lecture 2: Non-uniform hyperbolicity & Pesin theory The connection between non-uniform hyperbolicity and the ergodic hierarchy is more difficult, but is made possible by the work of Yakov Pesin in 1977, and extensions due to Katok & Strelcyn. Here we illustrate the theory with a linked ...
ACMS Abstracts: Fall 2013 = === Rob Sturman (Leeds) === Lecture 1: The ergodic hierarchy & uniform hyperbolicity Ergodic theory provides a hierarchy of behaviours of increasing complexity, essentially covering dynamics from indecomposable, through mixing, to apparently random. Demonstrating that a (real) system possesses any of these properties is typically difficult, but one important class of system - uniformly hyperbolic systems - make the ergodic hierarchy immediately accessible. Uniform hyperbolicity is a strong condition, and so we also describe its weaker counterpart, non-uniform hyperbolicity. Our chief example in this lecture is the Arnold Cat Map, an example of a hyperbolic toral automorphism. Lecture 2: Non-uniform hyperbolicity & Pesin theory The connection between non-uniform hyperbolicity and the ergodic hierarchy is more difficult, but is made possible by the work of Yakov Pesin in 1977, and extensions due to Katok & Strelcyn. Here we illustrate the theory with a linked ...
Atriplex sp. Eurotia lanata (winterfat) Amaranthus sp. Calandrinia ciliata var. menziesii (redmaids) Montia spathulata ...
"Atriplex glabriuscula". MaltaWildPlants.com. Retrieved 2022-01-04. Mifsud, Stephen. "Atriplex halimus". MaltaWildPlants.com. ... "Atriplex lanfrancoi". MaltaWildPlants.com. Retrieved 2022-01-04. Mifsud, Stephen. "Atriplex patula". MaltaWildPlants.com. ... "Atriplex prostrata". MaltaWildPlants.com. Retrieved 2022-01-04. Mifsud, Stephen. "Atriplex rosea". MaltaWildPlants.com. ...
Atriplex spp. shrublands, and mulga open shrublands Acacia aneura. New South Wales portal South Australia portal Environment ...
This species was later again included in genus Atriplex. Phylogenetic research revealed it to be distinct from most Atriplex ... Atriplex pleiantha). It is known by the common names four-corners orach and Mancos shadscale. It occurs in the Navajo Basin of ... Proatriplex has been first described in 1950 by William Alfred Weber at the rank of a subgenus of Atriplex (in: Madroño 10(6): ... doi:10.1600/036364410X539907 Stanley L. Welsh (2003): Atriplex pleiantha in Flora of North America, p.345 USDA, NRCS (n.d.). " ...
"PFAF Atriplex hortensis". pfaf.org. Retrieved 2021-02-15. John H. Wiersema. "GRIN". Ars-grin.gov. Archived from the original on ...
Atriplex spp.) washes. Scaled Quail made little or no use of sparse cholla-grassland, riparian areas, reseeded grasslands, or ...
Atriplex vestita (Thunb.) Aellen Sericorema remotiflora (Hook.f.) Lopr. Arthraerua leubnitziae (Kuntze) Schinz Calicorema ...
Atriplex covillei (Standl.) J. F. Macbr., Endolepis covillei Standl) Stutzia dioica (Nutt.) E.H.Zacharias (Syn. Atriplex ... Some species are dioecious, like Spinacia, Grayia, Exomis, and Atriplex. In several species of tribe Atripliceae, the female ... Atriplex L. - saltbush, orache (Syn.: Blackiella, Cremnophyton, Haloxanthium, Neopreissia, Obione, Pachypharynx, Senniella, ... Atriplex spp.), and Epazote (Dysphania ambrosioides). The name is Greek for goosefoot, the common name of a genus of plants ...
"Species: Atriplex littoralis". Lepidoptera.se. "Home of the Database of Insects and their Food Plants". Biological Record ... The larvae feed on orache (Atriplex species) and goosefoot (Chenopodium species). Other recorded food plants include sea ...
litoralis, Atriplex spp., Beta vulgaris ssp. maritima, Elymus repens, Geranium robertianum ssp. rubricaule, Glaucium flavum, ...
doi:10.1600/036364410X539907 "Atriplex californica". Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Stanley L. Welsh (2003): Atriplex ... The genus name was derived from the Latin prefix "ex" (= on the outside) plus the genus name Atriplex. The type species is ... It has been described in 2010 and comprises two species, that were formerly included in genus Atriplex. They are restricted to ... In: Systematic Botany 35 (4), p. 839-857). It was established to separate two species from genus Atriplex, that revealed to be ...
Atriplex covillei in Flora of North America, p.368 Stanley L. Welsh (2003): Atriplex suckleyi in Flora of North America, p.345 ... Atriplex suckleyi (Torrey) Rydberg, Endolepis suckleyi Torr., Endolepis ovata Rydb., Atriplex ovata (Rydb.) Clem. & E.G.Clem.) ... Stutzia species were often included in genus Atriplex. The genus name Stutzia was given in honour to the botanist Howard C. ... It comprises two species, that have also been included in the genus Atriplex. Stutzia species occur in western North America. ...
Atriplex paludosa R.Br. Atriplex pumilio R.Br. Atriplex semibaccata R.Br. Austrocynoglossum latifolium (R.Br.) Popov ex R.R. ...
Atriplex spp., Ephedra alata, Haloxylon articulatum, Pistacia atlantica and Achillea santolina. In steppe areas where the scrub ... Atriplex halimus, Balanites aegyptiaca, Caligonum comosum, Caltropis procera, Cenchrus ciliaris, Citrullus colocynthus, ...
Atriplex patula); sea club-rush (Scirpus maritimus); sea milkwort (Glaux maritima); salt mud-rush (Juncus gerardii); lesser sea ...
Atriplex elachophylla F.Muell. Atriplex exilifolia F.Muell. Atriplex fissivalvis F.Muell. Atriplex holocarpa F.Muell. Atriplex ... Atriplex incrassata F.Muell. Atriplex leptocarpa F.Muell. Atriplex lobativalvis F.Muell. Atriplex quinii F.Muell. Atriplex ... Atriplex spongiosa F.Muell. Atriplex velutinella F.Muell. Auranticarpa melanosperma (F.Muell.) L.Cayzer, Crisp & I.Telford ... Puttock Atriplex bunburyana F.Muell. Atriplex conduplicata F.Muell. ...
endemic Atriplex hortensis L. not indigenous Atriplex inflata F.Muell. accepted as Atriplex lindleyi Moq. subsp. inflata (F. ... Genus Atriplex: Atriplex cinerea Poir. indigenous Atriplex cinerea Poir. subsp. bolusii (C.H.Wright) Aellen var. adamsonii, ... not indigenous, invasive Atriplex spongiosa F.Muell. not indigenous Atriplex suberecta I.Verd. indigenous Atriplex vestita ( ... not indigenous Atriplex nitens Schkuhr, not indigenous Atriplex nummularia Lindl. accepted as Atriplex nummularia Lindl. subsp ...
Atriplex sp., Brassica sp., Brassica campestris, Rubus idaeus, Malus domestica, Trifolium sp., Galium sp., Cirsium arvense. . ...
Saltbush shrublands (Atriplex sp.), with an understorey of grasses and forbs, was the dominant plant community at the time of ...
Atriplex cristata, 'orache' Asclepias sp., toxic, but first growth is edible if cooked thoroughly and before sap runs. Caltha ...
Atriplex gardneri). In most respects, the Wyoming pocket gopher is thought to be similar in habits and biology to the northern ...
The larvae feed on Atriplex halimus. They feed on the leaves of their host plant. Giorgio Baldizzone; Hugo van der Wolf; Jean- ...
Atriplex Spp.) in New Mexico. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. ...
The larvae feed on Atriplex halimus. They form small lateral galls on the stems of their host plant. Pupation takes place ...
Shrubs such as rabbitbrush (Chrysothamnus spp.), winterfat (Krascheninnikovia lanata), saltbush (Atriplex spp.), and sagebrush ...
The larvae feed on Atriplex halimus. They mine the leaves of their host plant. Fauna Europaea lepiforum.de "bladmineerders.nl ...
The larvae feed on Atriplex cana. Savela, Markku, ed. (9 February 2019). "Scrobipalpa lagodes (Meyrick, 1926)". Lepidoptera and ...
The larvae feed on Atriplex glauca. They create a light brown spatulate leaf case of 8-9 mm long with a mouth angle of about 55 ...
The length of the forewings is about 5.5 mm (0.22 in). The larvae feed on Atriplex halimus. Savela, Markku (ed.). "Scrobipalpa ...
The larvae feed on Atriplex verrucifera. Fauna Europaea Wikimedia Commons has media related to Coleophora apythana. Wikispecies ...
Atriplex elegans Atriplex hymenelytra Atriplex lentiformis Atriplex nummularia Atriplex suberecta Atriplex patula, female ... The chromosome base number is x = 9, except for Atriplex lanfrancoi, which is x=10. A few Atriplex species are C3-plants, but ... "Atriplex hortensis Orach, Garden orache PFAF Plant Database". pfaf.org. Retrieved 2020-09-28. "Atriplex hortensis (garden ... Jacobs, Surrey W.L. "Atriplex". Royal Botanic Garden Sydney. Retrieved 16 July 2022. "Atriplex". FloraBase. Western Australian ...
1. Atriplex, genus Atriplex, caryophylloid dicot genus. usage: orach; saltbush. WordNet 3.0 Copyright © 2006 by Princeton ...
Atriplex dioica Raf. List of ICPN names in Atriplex List of names from ICPN, Hrusas Crosswalk, and Jepson Flora in Atriplex ...
Use Atriplex to add volume and create shimmering textural elements in floral arrangements. Easy to grow. Also known as orach ... Atriplex hortensis (also known as orach) is a productive, easy-to-grow annual. Our Atriplex varieties were selected ... Atriplex is also grown for its edible foliage; see our specialty greens and microgreens sections for orach varieties selected ...
Atriplex gardneri var. robusta (Stutz, M. R. Stutz & S. C. Sand.) N. H. Holmgren & P. K. Holmgren ...
Pictures and description of Atriplex canescens, Four-wing Salt Bush. ... Atriplex canescens is great for a bird garden.. Foliage of Atriplex canescens has color silver, is evergreen and is edible.. ... Fruit of Atriplex canescens is edible.. Communities for Atriplex canescens:Alkali Sink, Creosote Bush Scrub, Coastal Strand, ... The Atriplex species tolerate and remove the excess salts by bladders in their leaves that act as salt sinks, keeping the salt ...
Atriplex watsonii is a perennial herb that is native to California, and also found elsewhere in western North America. ...
Genus: Atriplex. Species: Atriplex coronata. Varietas: Atriplex coronata var. notatior Name[edit]. Atriplex coronata S.Watson ... Atriplex coronata. World Plants: Synonymic Checklists of the Vascular Plants of the World In: Roskovh, Y., Abucay, L., Orrell, ... Atriplex coronata var. notatior in Flora of North America . Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, MO & Harvard University ... Atriplex coronata var. notatior. Missouri Botanical Garden. Published online. Accessed: 08 Apr. 2016. ...
Atriplex humilis Phil. [Illegitimate]. Synonym. WCSP (in review). 2012-03-23. Atriplex hypsophila I.M.Johnst.. Synonym. WCSP ( ... Atriplex oreophila Phil. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Atriplex (family ... Atriplex hypsophila Phil.. Synonym. TRO. 2012-04-18. Obione hypsophila (I.M.Johnst.) Ulbr.. Unresolved. WCSP (in review). 2012- ... Atriplex chenopodioides Aellen [Illegitimate]. Synonym. WCSP (in review). 2012-03-23. ...
Atriplex: A plant genus in the CHENOPODIACEAE family. ... Atriplex. Subscribe to New Research on Atriplex A plant genus ...
This image has a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) license. If you have questions, contact Brent Miller foliosus[AT]foliosus.com ...
Etymology: Atriplex is the ancient Latin name for this plant, derived from the plant-s Greek name atraphaxes; canescens means ... This species forms hybrids with Atriplex confertifolia and A. gardneri varieties (see var. bonnevillensis). Materials from the ...
... belongs to the Flowering Plants group ...
Atriplex barclayana Publication. Phylogenetic Method in Taxonomy. Collation. 315. Family as entered in IPNI Chenopodiaceae. ... Atriplex barclayana subsp. magdalenae H.M.Hall & Clem.. , Phylogenet. Meth. 315 (1923). ... Atriplex magdalenae Brandegee, Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. ser. 2, 2: 200 (1889).. ...
Atriplex gardneri (Moquin-Tandon) D. Dietrich var. gardneri Subshrubs, dioecious or sparingly monoecious, mostly 1-4 × 2-15 dm ...
This image has a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) license. If you have questions, contact Robert Preston brodiaeaguy[AT]gmail.com ...
Ageratum Amaranth Ammi Ammobium Aster Atriplex Babys Breath Bachelor Button Basil - Ornamental Borage Bupleurum Calendula ...
Atriplex nummularia Publication. Botanische Jahrb?cher 68. Family as entered in IPNI Chenopodiaceae. Nomenclatural Notes. ...
Atriplex gardneri var. aptera is a Great Plains-Steppe endemic. The concept of Atriplex aptera is based on recurring and at ... Atriplex gardneri (Moquin-Tandon) D. Dietrich var. aptera (A. Nelson) S. L. Welsh & Crompton, Great Basin Naturalist. 55: 326. ... Atriplex aptera A. Nelson, Bot. Gaz. 34: 356. 1902; A. canescens (Pursh) Nuttall subsp. aptera (A. Nelson) H. M. Hall & ...
... Dataset homepage ... Iamonico D, carolina (2012). Studies on the genus Atriplex L. (Amaranthaceae) in Italy. II. Lectotypification of Atriplex ... Studies on the genus Atriplex L. (Amaranthaceae) in Italy. II. Lectotypification of Atriplex elongata Guss. Candollea 67 (1): ...
Atriplex patula Research Information. Halberd-Leaf Orache allergy information and photos, Sangamon county, Illinois ... Home « Illinois « Sangamon « Atriplex « Atriplex patula Family: CHENOPODIACEAE Genus: Atriplex Species: Halberd-Leaf Orache ( ... Allergenicity: Halberd-Leaf Orache (Atriplex patula) is a severe allergen.. Pollination: Occurs in following seasons depending ... Atriplex patula) Halberd-Leaf Orache Species Description. These plants are from foreign areas (those that occur outside of ...
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Atriplex glabriuscula Edmondston. Atriplex glabriuscula Edmondston is an accepted species name sensu FNA Ed. Comm., 2003a. ...
33 records returned of 33 for species: Atriplex morrisii Data Profile: Disabled *ALA General ...
The record derives from WCSP (in review) which reports it as a synonym of Atriplex gmelinii var. alaskensis (S.Watson) S.L. ... Atriplex patula subsp. alaskensis (S.Watson) H.M.Hall & Clem.. *Phylogen. Meth. : 253 (1923) ... Atriplex patula subsp. alaskensis (S.Watson) H.M.Hall & Clem.*Phylogen. Meth. : 253 (1923) ... Cite taxon page as WFO (2022): Atriplex patula subsp. alaskensis (S.Watson) H.M.Hall & Clem. Published on the Internet;. http ...
These plots show the elevations and times of year where the plant Atriplex parryi has been observed. The first set of plots to ...
Spring/Autumn conditions: 22°C 12 h (8am→8pm); 10°C 12 h (8pm→8am) / 12 h light (8am→8pm); 12 h dark (8pm→8am ...
Also discussed is the difference in ash accumulation of Atriplex spp. growing in soil as opposed to those growing in nutrient ... Welch, B. L. (1978). Relationships of soil salinity, ash, and crude protein in Atriplex canescens. Journal of Range Management ... Atriplex canescens). The correlation coefficient between soil salinity and ash was -0.31 and between ash and crude protein, - ...
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  • The type species (lectotype) is Atriplex hortensis. (wikipedia.org)
  • Atriplex hortensis/Orach is my guess. (garden.org)
  • Atriplex hortensis L., family Chenopodiaceae. (blogspot.com)
  • The four-wing saltbush (Atriplex canescens) is one of the hardiest native plants in the desert regions of North America and a great plant for desert gardens.Four-wing saltbush is closely related to a European species (Atriplex hortensis), which is also known as French or mountain spinach, and which has been cultivated in Mediterranean regions from early times. (gridserver.com)
  • Atriplex eremitis (Chenopodiaceae), a new species for northern Western Australia. (wa.gov.au)
  • Studies On The Genus Atriplex (Chenopodiaceae) In Italy. (sciendo.com)
  • Al-Turki, T. A., Omer, S. & Ghafoor, A. 2000: A synopsis of the genus Atriplex L. (Chenopodiaceae) in Saudi Arabia. (sciendo.com)
  • Nomenclatural proposals in Atriplex (Chenopodiaceae). (wikimedia.org)
  • Atriplex elegans Atriplex hymenelytra Atriplex lentiformis Atriplex nummularia Atriplex suberecta Atriplex patula, female flower with bracteoles and ovule The genus Atriplex was first formally described in 1753 by Carl Linnaeus in Species Plantarum. (wikipedia.org)
  • Halberd-Leaf Orache (Atriplex patula) is a severe allergen. (pollenlibrary.com)
  • Atriplex patula appears to have been a rather recent introduction in North America from Eurasia, not arriving perhaps until sometime in the early to mid-eighteenth century. (ngpherbaria.org)
  • Cultivar selection from spontaneous populations of Atriplex halimus L. (uniss.it)
  • Atriplex halimus L. is a shrub spontaneously growing in the coastal areas of the Sardinia island. (uniss.it)
  • Report for Atriplex halimus L. (sussex.ac.uk)
  • Mozafar, A. and J. R. Goodin (1970) Vesiculated Hairs: A Mechanism for Salt Tolerance in Atriplex halimus L. (sussex.ac.uk)
  • This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Atriplex (family Amaranthaceae ). (theplantlist.org)
  • Studies on the genus Atriplex L. (Amaranthaceae) in Italy. (gbif.org)
  • This dataset contains the digitized treatments in Plazi based on the original journal article Iamonico, Duilio (2012): Studies on the genus Atriplex L. (Amaranthaceae) in Italy. (gbif.org)
  • Atriplex nummularia subsp. (ipni.org)
  • Unlike Atriplex nummularia , Atriplex semibaccata is suitable for acidic soils (pH below 6.5). (feedipedia.org)
  • Atriplex nummularia Lindl. (sussex.ac.uk)
  • The method in the last 20 years has also included broadcasting seed of some of the more important perennial species of healthy native chenopod grasslands including Oldman Saltbush ( Atriplex nummularia ), Bladder Saltbush ( Atriplex vesicaria ) and Mitchell Grass ( Astrebla lappacea ) (Fig 3). (emrprojectsummaries.org)
  • Species of plants in genus Atriplex are annual or perennial herbs, subshrubs, or shrubs. (wikipedia.org)
  • Atriplex is an extremely species-rich genus and comprises about 250-300 species, with new species still being discovered. (wikipedia.org)
  • The genus Atriplex is distributed nearly worldwide from subtropical to temperate and to subarctic regions. (wikipedia.org)
  • It has been proposed that genus Atriplex was a main food source in the diet of the extinct giant kangaroo Procoptodon goliah. (wikipedia.org)
  • Creeping saltbush is the only species of the Atriplex genus that becomes dormant during winter ( Pasiecznik, 2015 ). (feedipedia.org)
  • The Atriplex genus is also commonly known as saltbush. (theoldfoodie.com)
  • This species forms hybrids with Atriplex confertifolia and A . gardneri varieties (see var. (swbiodiversity.org)
  • Atriplex confertifolia (Torr. (wildflower.org)
  • shadscale ( Atriplex confertifolia ), and other desert shrublands, and in pinyon-juniper ( Pinus-Juniperus spp. (kiddle.co)
  • Soil moisture availability in the widespread Atriplex confertifolia showed a pattern of variation between pan, dune and open flat microhabtats. (claremont.edu)
  • Atriplex confertifolia and Kochia at Tooele, Utah. (uchicago.edu)
  • Atriplex rosea is a species of saltbush known by the common names tumbling saltbush, red orach , and tumbling orach . (sozce.com)
  • Atriplex watsonii is a species of saltbush known by the common name Watson's saltbush, or Watson's orach . (sozce.com)
  • Atriplex tularensis is an extremely rare species of saltbush known by the common names Bakersfield smallscale, Tulare saltbush, and Tulare orach . (sozce.com)
  • Atriplex fruticulosa is a species of saltbush known by the common names ball saltbush and little oak orach . (sozce.com)
  • Atriplex pacifica is a species of saltbush known by the common names Davidson's saltbush, South Coast saltbush, and Pacific orach . (sozce.com)
  • Atriplex phyllostegia is a species of saltbush known by the common names arrowscale, leafcover saltweed, and Truckee orach . (sozce.com)
  • On the waste places and mud-banks near the sea shore the several species of Orache (Atriplex) flourish. (chestofbooks.com)
  • In summer, the butter is constantly parked in green leaves, generally in those of the garden orache (the atriplex hortemis of Linnaeus), provincially called "butter leaves. (theoldfoodie.com)
  • Atriplex canescens tolerates alkaline soil, salt, sand and clay. (laspilitas.com)
  • Atriplex canescens is great for a bird garden. (laspilitas.com)
  • Foliage of Atriplex canescens has color silver, is evergreen and is edible. (laspilitas.com)
  • Flower of Atriplex canescens has color yellow. (laspilitas.com)
  • Fruit of Atriplex canescens is edible. (laspilitas.com)
  • Communities for Atriplex canescens:Alkali Sink, Creosote Bush Scrub, Coastal Strand, Valley Grassland, Joshua Tree Woodland and Pinyon-Juniper Woodland. (laspilitas.com)
  • Atriplex canescens (Pursh) Nutt. (swbiodiversity.org)
  • The concept of Atriplex aptera is based on recurring and at least partially stabilized introgressant populations derived through hybridization between A. gardneri and A. canescens . (efloras.org)
  • The relationships of soil salinity, ash, and crude protein were determined in seven natural populations of fourwing saltbush (Atriplex canescens). (arizona.edu)
  • Living plants of astragalus bisulcatus and atriplex canescens were irrigated with solutions containing selenium to investigate the plants' ability to selectively remove selenium from selenium- contaminated water. (cdc.gov)
  • Amazon.com : Four-Wing Saltbush Atriplex Canescens 25, 50 Seeds : Garden & Outdoor. (gridserver.com)
  • Atriplex semibaccata is a prostrate, spreading, mostly evergreen perennial undershrub, with a short to medium life span ( Le Houérou, 1992 ). (feedipedia.org)
  • Atriplex semibaccata originated from Australia. (feedipedia.org)
  • Atriplex semibaccata is a xero-halophyte, usually found on clay, clay loams and loam soils. (feedipedia.org)
  • Atriplex semibaccata is propagated by seeds. (feedipedia.org)
  • Atriplex semibaccata R. Br. (credoreference.com)
  • Although not included in the seed mixture, Australian saltbush (Atriplex semibaccata R. Br. (arizona.edu)
  • A few Atriplex species are C3-plants, but most species are C4-plants, with a characteristic leaf anatomy, known as kranz anatomy. (wikipedia.org)
  • Atriplex plants did not absorb or dissipate detectable amounts of selenium. (cdc.gov)
  • The plant community is dominated by Big Basin Sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata) and different, rather ugly, twiggy Saltbushes (Atriplex spp. (laspilitas.com)
  • The typification of the names Atriplex axillaris, A. polysperma (both names are synonyms of A. rosea L.), and A. diffusa (synonymized with A. tatarica here) is discussed. (sciendo.com)
  • Atriplex rosea L. (sciendo.com)
  • Population dynamics of the perennial rangeland shrubs Atriplex vesicaria, Maireana astrotricha and M. pyramidata under grazing, 1980-87. (britishecologicalsociety.org)
  • The habitat of this study site is a chenopod shrubland, dominated by the shrubs Atriplex vesicaria , Maireana pyramidata and Maireana sedifolia , with scattered stands of the tree Casuarina pauper . (inra.fr)
  • Unlike Atriplex glabriuscula, Atriplex hastata does not have leaves or bracts throughout the inflorescence. (nynhp.org)
  • In contrast, Atriplex glabriuscula has spongy herbaceous bracteoles and smooth leaves. (nynhp.org)
  • Atriplex laciniata has hard bracteoles enclosing the seeds and similarly shaped but scurfy leaves. (nynhp.org)
  • Atriplex lentiformis ssp. (calscape.org)
  • Enter a California address to see butterflies & moths hosted by Atriplex lentiformis ssp. (calscape.org)
  • Butterfly & moths hosted by Atriplex lentiformis ssp. (calscape.org)
  • Big Saltbush, Atriplex lentiformis ssp. (calscape.org)
  • Summer is a good time to look for the abundant number of small mustard-yellow flowers of saltbush (Atriplex lentiformis) that grow in large gray-green clumps. (sandiegoreader.com)
  • Note: The Atriplex species from arid environments have a C4 photosynthetic pathway which is generally a more efficient way for the plant to conserve water. (laspilitas.com)
  • The Atriplex species tolerate and remove the excess salts by bladders in their leaves that act as salt sinks, keeping the salt from the plant cells. (laspilitas.com)
  • These plots show the elevations and times of year where the plant Atriplex parryi has been observed. (wildflowersearch.org)
  • Pliny the Elder named the plant Atriplex. (westcoastseeds.com)
  • Natural News ) A study published in BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine revealed that the saltbush plant ( Atriplex lasiantha ) contains biologically active compounds that can potentially be used against various illnesses. (naturalnews.com)
  • obesus , occurs widely in the plains and valleys of the central Jordan Valley, where it is associated with its main food plant, Atriplex species and leads to zoonotic cutaneous leishmaniasis infections. (who.int)
  • One such study found that Atripliceae could be divided into two main clades, Archiatriplex, with a few, scattered species, and the larger Atriplex clade, which is highly diverse and found around the world. (wikipedia.org)
  • https://www.plantarium.ru/lang/en/page/image/id/144011.html (accessed on 9 Dec 2022). (plantarium.ru)
  • Atriplex repanda. (infor.cl)
  • Efecto del arbusto forrajero Atriplex repanda Phil. (infor.cl)
  • Since 2019, approximately 38,000 native seedlings have been planted across the site including Atriplex ('Salt bush'), Melaleuca , Eucalyptus and Casuarina species. (carbonpositiveaustralia.org.au)