Atriplex: A plant genus in the CHENOPODIACEAE family.Chenopodium: A plant genus in the CHENOPODIACEAE family.Amaranthaceae: 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.Salt-Tolerant Plants: Plants that can grow well in soils that have a high SALINITY.Chenopodiaceae: 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.Zygophyllum: A plant genus of the family ZYGOPHYLLACEAE. Members contain SAPONINS.Salinity: 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.Plant Shoots: New immature growth of a plant including stem, leaves, tips of branches, and SEEDLINGS.Flowers: The reproductive organs of plants.Asparagus Plant: A plant genus in the family LILIACEAE (sometimes placed in Asparagaceae) that contains ECDYSTEROIDS and is an ingredient of Siotone. The shoots are used as a vegetable and the roots are used in FOLK MEDICINE.Philodendron: A plant genus of the family ARACEAE. As a houseplant it sometimes poisons children and animals.Inflorescence: A cluster of FLOWERS (as opposed to a solitary flower) arranged on a main stem of a plant.Caenorhabditis elegans: A species of nematode that is widely used in biological, biochemical, and genetic studies.Plant Leaves: Expanded structures, usually green, of vascular plants, characteristically consisting of a bladelike expansion attached to a stem, and functioning as the principal organ of photosynthesis and transpiration. (American Heritage Dictionary, 2d ed)USSRMuseumsTagetes: A plant genus of the family ASTERACEAE. The common name of marigold is also used for CALENDULA.Color: The visually perceived property of objects created by absorption or reflection of specific wavelengths of light.Thymelaeaceae: A plant family of the order Myrtales, subclass Rosidae, class Magnoliopsida. They are mainly trees and shrubs. Many members contain mucilage and COUMARINS.Populus: A plant genus of the family SALICACEAE. Balm of Gilead is a common name used for P. candicans, or P. gileadensis, or P. jackii, and sometimes also used for ABIES BALSAMEA or for COMMIPHORA.Plant Components, Aerial: The above-ground plant without the roots.Color Perception: Mental processing of chromatic signals (COLOR VISION) from the eye by the VISUAL CORTEX where they are converted into symbolic representations. Color perception involves numerous neurons, and is influenced not only by the distribution of wavelengths from the viewed object, but also by its background color and brightness contrast at its boundary.Fruit: The fleshy or dry ripened ovary of a plant, enclosing the seed or seeds.Larix: A plant genus in the family PINACEAE, order Pinales, class Pinopsida, division Coniferophyta.Pinaceae: A plant family of the order Pinales, class Pinopsida, division Coniferophyta, known for the various conifers.Aspalathus: A plant genus of the family FABACEAE. It is the source of an herbal tea that is commonly consumed in South Africa. Members contain aspalathin and other polyphenols (PHENOLS).Erythroxylaceae: A plant family of the order Linales, subclass Rosidae, class Magnoliopsida best known for the coca plant.Oleaceae: A plant family of the order Lamiales. The leaves are usually opposite and the flowers usually have four sepals, four petals, two stamens, and two fused carpels that form a single superior ovary.South DakotaFragaria: A plant genus of the family ROSACEAE known for the edible fruit.North AmericaExpressed Sequence Tags: Partial cDNA (DNA, COMPLEMENTARY) sequences that are unique to the cDNAs from which they were derived.Gene Expression Profiling: The determination of the pattern of genes expressed at the level of GENETIC TRANSCRIPTION, under specific circumstances or in a specific cell.Gene Library: A large collection of DNA fragments cloned (CLONING, MOLECULAR) from a given organism, tissue, organ, or cell type. It may contain complete genomic sequences (GENOMIC LIBRARY) or complementary DNA sequences, the latter being formed from messenger RNA and lacking intron sequences.Satureja: A plant genus of the family LAMIACEAE used to flavor food.Depsides: Phenolic benzoic acid esters.Cytokinins: Plant hormones that promote the separation of daughter cells after mitotic division of a parent cell. Frequently they are purine derivatives.Dicamba: A chlorinated organic herbicide.Food Industry: The industry concerned with processing, preparing, preserving, distributing, and serving of foods and beverages.Betaine: A naturally occurring compound that has been of interest for its role in osmoregulation. As a drug, betaine hydrochloride has been used as a source of hydrochloric acid in the treatment of hypochlorhydria. Betaine has also been used in the treatment of liver disorders, for hyperkalemia, for homocystinuria, and for gastrointestinal disturbances. (From Martindale, The Extra Pharmacopoeia, 30th ed, p1341)Vacuoles: Any spaces or cavities within a cell. They may function in digestion, storage, secretion, or excretion.Protoplasts: The protoplasm and plasma membrane of plant, fungal, bacterial or archaeon cells without the CELL WALL.Sarcosine: An amino acid intermediate in the metabolism of choline.Cholic Acids: The 3 alpha,7 alpha,12 alpha-trihydroxy-5 beta-cholanic acid family of bile acids in man, usually conjugated with glycine or taurine. They act as detergents to solubilize fats for intestinal absorption, are reabsorbed by the small intestine, and are used as cholagogues and choleretics.Pyruvate, Orthophosphate Dikinase: An enzyme that catalyzes the reaction of ATP, pyruvate, and orthophosphate to form AMP plus phosphoenolpyruvate plus pyrophosphate. EC 2.7.9.1.Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxylase: An enzyme with high affinity for carbon dioxide. It catalyzes irreversibly the formation of oxaloacetate from phosphoenolpyruvate and carbon dioxide. This fixation of carbon dioxide in several bacteria and some plants is the first step in the biosynthesis of glucose. EC 4.1.1.31.Acetyl-CoA Hydrolase: An enzyme that catalyzes reversibly the hydrolysis of acetyl-CoA to yield CoA and acetate. The enzyme is involved in the oxidation of fatty acids. EC 3.1.2.1.PhosphoenolpyruvateCold Temperature: An absence of warmth or heat or a temperature notably below an accustomed norm.Betalains: Compounds derived from TYROSINE via betalamic acid, including BETAXANTHINS and BETACYANINS. They are found in the Caryophyllales order of PLANTS and some BASIDIOMYCETES.Caryophyllaceae: A plant family of the order Caryophyllales, subclass Caryophyllidae, class Magnoliopsida. The species are diverse in appearance and habitat; most have swollen leaf and stem joints.

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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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 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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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, ...
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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 ...
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] ...
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. ...
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. ...
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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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 ...
Photos/images of kulturplanter, Family Amaranthaceae: Amaranthus paniculatus (Cultiv), Annual Seablite (Suaeda maritima), Atriplex calotheca, Atriplex sp., etc.
In 1935, Thorne described the first species of Nacobbus from specimens he observed parasitizing Atriplex confertifolia, a native shrub known as shadscale, that he collected in the desert foothills near Utah Lake, Utah. Since that time, Nacobbus aberrans has been reported on many important crop plants in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Great Britain, India, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, United States, and the U.S.S.R. In the United States, Nacobbus species are parasites of sugarbeet. Because of its long life cycle and the limited fecundity of females, N. aberrans is considered to be less aggressive on sugarbeet than the sugarbeet cyst nematode (H. schachtii) or the root-knot nematode (M. hapla). Nevertheless, with high populations of the false root-knot nematode, the sugarbeet storage root is distorted and deformed, and the top growth of this plant is greatly reduced. Surveys in the early 1950s indicated approximately 1/3 of the sugarbeet fields in western Nebraska were infested with N. ...
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And Matsumura, K. (2004) [20]. 24 Evaluation of photosynthetic capacity in micropropagated plants by image analysis 4. Techniques for image-analysis-based evaluation of photosynthetic capacity Spectral reflectance has been used to obtain plant growth information, especially in the research area of remote sensing. As spectral reflectance measurements are based on photometry, they have potential for non-destructive evaluation of plant growth and physiological state. The normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI), which can be calculated by reflectance at red and near infrared (NIR) wavelengths, has been widely used for monitoring, analyzing, and mapping temporal and spatial distributions of physiological and biophysical characteristics of vegetation [29]. Real-time analysis of gene expression in living organisms is still useful, and visualization of transgene expression in living tissue can provide additional information, that extracted tissue cannot. 2. DNA delivery Although a number of ...
© Busby et al.Similarity between two individuals in the combination of genetic markers along their chromosomes indicates shared ancestry and can be used to identify historical connections between different population groups due to admixture. We use a genome-wide, haplotype-based, analysis to characterise the structure of genetic diversity and gene-flow in a collection of 48 sub-Saharan African groups. We show that coastal populations experienced an influx of Eurasian haplotypes over the last 7000 years, and that Eastern and Southern Niger-Congo speaking groups share ancestry with Central West Africans as a result of recent population expansions. In fact, most sub-Saharan populations share ancestry with groups from outside of their current geographic region as a result of gene-flow within the last 4000 years. Our in-depth analysis provides insight into haplotype sharing across different ethno-linguistic groups and the recent movement of alleles into new environments, both of which are relevant to
I went to some local pet stores today to buy some plants having run my tank over the weekend. Ive managed to find some Vallisneria Spiralis and Lysimachia Nummularia. The people who worked at these stores told me that they didnt have any floating plants yet because the season for selling pond plants has not started yet. :( I bought the Vallisneria because of this because they their leaves float creating some shadow. I wanted some other species to add to this and I considered a moss ball but
Our primary focus is on real time monitoring of ion transport mechanisms in epithelia, using high-resolution microscopy. One of the crucial problems facing all epithelial cells is the control of the intracellular milieu. In an effort to maintain ionic homeostasis, epithelial cells have devised a variety of ion channels, transport proteins, and carriers to regulate and maintain the intracellular ionic concentrations. To further understand how ions are transported in epithelial cells, we have developed a variety of optical techniques to continuously monitor intracellular ionic concentrations in real time. Using high-resolution video or confocal microscopy we are presently able to monitor intracellular Ca2+, Na+, K+, Cl-, pH, and membrane potential. We are currently investigating various aspects of renal tubule and gastric tissue ion transport in intact renal tubules and gastric glands. We also are characterizing the secretory and reabsorptive properties of the colonic crypt, with a special focus ...
1KRF: Structure of Penicillium citrinum alpha 1,2-mannosidase reveals the basis for differences in specificity of the endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi class I enzymes.
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Alum root - He prepares a mush from its leaves and uses it as an astringent. He also mixes it with apoplappus and applies it with the aid of a heated stone to an aching tooth.. Amaranthus - For the relief of itching.. Apoplappus (Goldenweeds ) -See Alum root.. Artemisia - For skin wounds, boils, and burns.. Atriplex - To stop itching and cure warts.. Barberry - A tonic for stiff joints.. Brickellia - For colds, flu, coughs, and tuberculosis.. Butterweeds - To relieve rheumatism, which he ascribes to improper contact with menstruating women. Women develop joint trouble because of menstruation. The Navajo word for menstruation, rheumatism, and hunchback is the same, with only a slight difference in accent.. Blue-eyed grass, aster, silkweed - In pulverized form to cure eye sores.. Buttercup and Cordylanthus ramosus - The powder is taken with water every morning for syphilis.. Chenopoduim (Pigweed ) - Used for purging.. Cirisium - Infusion drops for eye diseases.. Commelina - Aphrodisiac for ...
Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. cv. Moneymaker) plants are chilling sensitive, and do not naturally accumulate glycinebetaine (GB), a metabolite that functions as a stress protectant. We reported previously that exogenous GB application enhanced chilling tolerance in tomato. To understand its protective role better, we have further evaluated various parameters associated with improved tolerance. Although its effect was most pronounced in younger plants, this benefit was diminished 1 week after GB application. When administered by foliar spray, GB was readily taken up and translocated to various organs, with the highest levels being measured in meristematic tissues, including the shoot apices and flower buds. In leaves, the majority of endogenous GB was found in the cytosol; only 0.6-22.0% of the total leaf GB was localized in chloroplasts. Immediately after GB application, levels of H2O2, catalase activity and expression of the catalase gene (CAT1) were all higher in GB-treated than in ...
Saltwater intrusion (SWI) in coastal aquifers is one of the main challenges for water resources management. Excessive pumping of freshwater to supply the demand of coastal cities can lead to increased intrusion lengths, potentially rendering the supplies unusable if not managed effectively.. A growing percentage of the worlds population live in coastal areas, and with coastal populations becoming increasingly dependent on freshwater extracted from coastal aquifers, SWI has become a global issue that has promoted a worldwide research effort.. Here at QUB, we use the state of the art experimental techniques and numerical modelling to characterise SWI. The experimental measurements use automated image analysis techniques which is based on concentration/light conversion. The QUB team has many national and international collaborations in this research area including TU Delft, and Imperial College London among many others.. Advancing saltwater wedge condition base case:. ...
INFIL3.0 is a grid-based, distributed-parameter, deterministic water-balance model that calculates the temporal and spatial distribution of daily net infiltration of water across the lower boundary of the root zone. The bottom of the root zone is the estimated maximum depth below ground surface affected by evapo-transpiration. In many field applications, net infiltration below the bottom of the root zone can be assumed to equal net recharge to an underlying water-table aquifer. The daily water balance simulated by INFIL3.0 includes precipitation as either rain or snow; snowfall accumulation, sublimation, and snowmelt; infiltration into the root zone; evapotranspiration from the root zone; drainage and water-content redistribution within the root-zone profile; surface-water runoff from, and run-on to, adjacent grid cells; and net infiltration across the bottom of the root zone.. INFIL3.0 ,, ...
The mould genus, Penicillium, is known to be a significant source of environmental aero-allergens. One important allergen from Penicillium citrinum, Pen c 2, has been identified by means of two-dimensional immunoblotting using IgE-containing patients sera. This novel allergen was cloned, sequenced and expressed in Escherichia coli. The cloned cDNA encodes a large 457-amino acid protein precursor containing a 16-amino acid signal peptide, a 120-amino acid propeptide and the 321-amino acid mature protein. Comparison of the Pen c 2 sequence with known protein sequences revealed shared high sequence similarities with two vacuolar serine proteases from Aspergillus niger and Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Asp-46, His-78 and Ser-244 were found to constitute the catalytic triad of the 39-kDa Pen c 2. The DNA coding for Pen c 2 was cloned into vector PQE-30 and expressed in E. coli as a His-tag fusion protein that bound serum IgE from Penicillium-allergic patients on immunoblots. Recombinant Pen c 2 could ...
Problem statement: This work reports the Penicillium citrinum ESS strain as a new source of inulinase (2,1-β-D fructanhydrolase, E.C. 3.2.1.7). Approach: The enzyme was produced in both, Solid-State (SSC) and Submerged Culture (SmC) using a basal medium added either with inulin or sucrose (5 gL-1). Results: The culture grew faster in SmC than in SSC with both carbon sources; however, yields of inulinase activity per gram of biomass were higher in SSC (1,658,237.28 for inulin and 66598.96 for sucrose) than in SmC (441.05 for inulin and 183.91 for sucrose). Conclusion: The highest inulinase production was obtained by SSC, either with inulin or sucrose, reaching values of 6650 and 2970 U/L respectively. In contrast, in SmC were obtained higher levels of inulinase activity (2241 U/L) with sucrose as carbon source (24 h), while with inulin, the enzyme production was negatively affected and retarded.
The harvester termite, Anacanthotermes ubachi Navas (Hodotermitidea) occurs throughout the desert regions of Israel. This species nests in subsurface galleries where dead plant material, the termites main food source, and feces are stored. We measured potential net nitrogen (N) mineralization and nitrification and soil respiration in 7-day laboratory incubations of plant litter at different stages of termite processing, termite feces and termite gallery soil (carton) following wetting. Our objectives were (1) to characterize the amount of potential N release from termite-affected plant and soil materials, (2) to evaluate the potential for leaching of N from the galleries and (3) to make a preliminary evaluation of the importance of termites to the carbon (C) and N cycles of the Negev desert. Two distinct phases were seen in the dynamics of inorganic N during the 7 day incubations: (1) release of N following wetting and (2) immobilization of N from day 1 to day 7 of the incubation. The percent ...
OSORIO, Mayra; GAMEZ, Elizabeth; MOLINA, Sandy and INFANTE, Diógenes. Evaluation of cassava plants generated by somatic embryogenesis at different stages of development using molecular markers. Electron. J. Biotechnol. [online]. 2012, vol.15, n.4, pp.3-3. ISSN 0717-3458.. Background: Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) is a crop that is high in carbohydrates in the roots and in protein in the leaves, important for both human consumption and animal feed, and also has a significant industrial use for its starches. In this study we evaluated the genetic variability with molecular markers in different stages in micropropagated plants from somatic embryos of Venezuelan native clone 56. Results: Three markers were used: ISTR, AFLP and SSR, finding that ISTR showed the highest polymorphism among individuals tested. With AFLP a high similarity between the evaluated individuals was observed and with SSR total monomorphism was seen. Using cluster analysis it was found that individuals from an embryo ...
Plants were regenerated from leaf tissue of greenhouse-grown seedlings of Siberian elm (Ulmus pumila L.). Shoot regeneration was induced on Murashige and Skoog (MS) medium containing 5 to 10 μm of BA. Up to 55% of the leaf explants formed shoots with an average of 2.4 shoots per explant. Addition of 2.5 or 5 μm of IBA failed to enhance regeneration. Thidiazuron at 0.5 or 1.0 μm also induced shoot regeneration, but the shoots failed to elongate as well as shoots regenerated from media containing BA. Incubation in darkness for 7, 14, or 21 d had little effect in promoting shoot regeneration, except that incubation for 21 d increased shoot regeneration on the medium with 5.0 μm BA. Genotypes differed in shoot regeneration potential, with regeneration frequencies ranging from 13% to 55%. Regenerated shoots were micropropagated on Driver and Kuniyuki Walnut medium. Ninety percent of microcuttings rooted directly in potting soil. This regeneration system will be valuable for genetic transformation ...
Control and hyperhydric micropropagated plantlets from three carnation cultivars have been used to study their pectin composition and the activity of pectin methyl esterases (PMEs; EC 3.1.1.11). Pectins are a highly heterogeneous group of polymers that contribute to cell adhesion, cell wall architecture, and cell wall mechanical strength. Pectins control cell wall porosity and cell wall ionic status and are implicated in intercellular space development. The degree of esterification of pectins is controlled by the activity of cell wall PMEs; their different actions can affect the properties of the cell wall, which have been considered important with respect to controlling the development of hyperhydricity. The total pectins of hyperhydric leaves of the three varieties were significantly reduced in comparison with controls. The pectate fraction was significantly increased in hyperhydric leaves of all varieties while soluble pectins and protopectins were significantly lower. The PME activity of ...
Those (few) of us who have been following the doom, impending in excruciatingly slow motion, that is the ongoing nuclear catastrophe in Japan have increasingly suspected a connection, the specific mechanism of which remains to be uncovered, between the tons of water poured daily onto, and leaking daily out from, what remains of the reactors at Fukushima on the one hand, and the possibly related disastrous effects upon marine and coastal populations on the other. ...
The masonry walls also provide ample shelter space for lizards and a toddy cat had deposited a round jalebi-shaped turd in a little gap. Moths, bees, and butterflies arrive with the changing seasons to exploit the glut of flowers and provide their pollination services. Huge clouds of house sparrows and bulbuls twitter from the shadows of large bushes. Fat rock pigeons, fed grain by the many people concerned about their rewards in the after-life, fly through. Partridges engage in a round robin of calls reminiscent of creaky hand-pumps. Black-shouldered kites and shrikes perch on a steel cable above. Large numbers of black kites wheel overhead. With the original flora coming back, no doubt there will be a cascade of benefits for local animals and birds. In addition to the rich auditory, olfactory and visual feasts of the rocky desert, I gorged on the luscious, yellow fruits of the jujube bush (Ziziphus nummularia ...
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Push one Pond Flourish Tab™ into the root zone for each pot gallon. For non-potted plants, use one tab for each six inch radius of root zone. Each Tab should feed for about three months. The Tabs will disintegrate slowly and need not be removed as even the residue will continue to provide some nutrients. Re-dose as required to promote desired growth, usually about every 3-4 months. In most ponds, Pond Flourish Tabs™ will not alter pH, but, in very soft and unbuffered water, they may have slightly acidic properties similar to peat moss. Each bottle of 30 Tabs is sufficient to fully treat 30 gallons of potted pond plants.. ...
The AeroPrune Planter is designed to promote healthy growth by aerating the root zone of the plant and prevent anaerobic condition in the soil.
Authors describe nineteen shrub-steppe communities in the Middle Fork and East Fork of the Salmon River, Idaho. Bluebunch wheatgrass (Pseudoroegneria spicata) and Idaho fescue (Festuca idahoensis) occur as dominants or major subdominants throughout the region. Big sagebrush (Artemesia tridentata), threetip sagebrush (A. tripartita), and low sagebrush (A.arbuscula) are dominants, especially in the East Fork and southern Middle Fork. Antelope bitterbrush (Purshia tridentata) communities exist throughout the region but are most abundant along the Middle Fork, where the species also occurs as a dominant in the understory of ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) and Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) stands on drier sites. Cliffy areas in all regions have curlleaf mountain mahogany (Cercocarpus ledifolius) and little greenbush (Glossopetalon nevadense) stands, reflecting the specialized habitats on which these communities occur. Shadscale saltbush (Atriplex confertifolia) communities occupy the driest ...
According to the Nuclear Engineering International Industry Handbook, the Negev Phosphates Chemicals Company extracts uranium from phosphate ores at a plant adjacent to the Negev Nuclear Research Center. [1] In 1991, the company merged with Rotem Fertilizers Ltd. and Amfert B.V. to become Rotem Amfert Negev Ltd. The company mines phosphates at three sites in the Negev Desert: Arad, Zin, and Oron. [2] The three mines combined annual yield is approximately 5.5 million tons of phosphate ore. [3]. The Negev Desert holds between 30,000 and 60,000 tons of uranium contained within low-level phosphate ores. [4] In 1949 Science Corps C, a special unit of the Israel Defense Forces Science Corps began a two-year geological survey of the Negev desert in search of uranium. Science Corps C perfected a process for extracting uranium from phosphate deposits by 1953. [5] Despite this, domestic production amounts to only 10 tons per year, making the import of natural uranium necessary to sustaining the nuclear ...
Andreucci AC, Ruffini-Castiglione M, Tagliasacchi AM (1994). RNA synthesis and immunogold localization of 5-methylcitosine rich regions in polytene chromosomes of Phaseolus coccineus L. embryo suspensor, at two stages of embryogenesis. Cytobios 78:99-113. Arús P, Verde I, Sosinski B, Zhebentyayeva T, Abbott AG (2012). The peach genome. Tree Genetics and Genomes 8:1-17. Avramidou EV, Ganopoulos IV, Doulis AG, Tsaftaris AS, Aravanopoulos FA (2015). Beyond population genetics: natural epigenetic variation in wild cherry (Prunus avium). Tree Genetics & Genomes 11(95):95. Barghini E, Natali L, Cossu RM, Giordani T, Pindo M, … Cavallini A (2014). The peculiar landscape of repetitive sequences in the olive (Olea europaea L.) genome. Genome Biology Evolution 6(4):776-791. Baurens F, Nicolleau J, Legavre T, Verdeil J, Monteuuis O (2004). Genomic DNA methylation of juvenile and mature Acacia mangium micropropagated in vitro with reference to leaf morphology as a phase change marker. Tree ...
Endophytic fungi form mutualistic interactions with their host, the relationship therefore being beneficial for both partners [8]. Mutualism frequently leads to enhanced growth of the host. In current study, the presence of plant growth promoting metabolites in culture filtrates of our fungal strains were determined through a primary screening experiment on waito-c rice seedlings. Use of rice seedlings is beneficial as they easily grow under controlled and sterilized conditions, hydroponically, using autoclaved water-agar media. Since this media is devoid of any nutrient, the sole effect of culture filtrate can easily be estimated. Waito-c rice is a known dwarf rice cultivar with reduced GA biosynthesis. Treatment of its seeds with uniconazol, a GA biosynthesis retardant, further suppresses the endogenous GAs production by blocking its biosynthesis pathway in the plant. Shoot elongation of these seedlings can be easily attributed to the activity of plant growth promoting secondary metabolites ...
Since 1996, the OCS research team has studied bottlenose dolphins inhabiting Los Angeles waters, California, focusing primarily on the coastal population (see publications). We have found these animals to be present in the area year-round using the Santa Monica Bay and adjacent coastline mostly for feeding on bottom fish. Our past research shows that this area is an important foraging hotspot for this coastal dolphin population.. Since 1996, our research team has also carried out a long-term study on the offshore population of bottlenose dolphins in California, collecting data on these animals up to 40 miles from shore. This is a challenging task considering the logistical difficulties of recording data on these pelagic and wide-ranging animals!. In 2009, our scientists published a scientific paper entitled Ecology and comparison of coastal and offshore bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in California. Results from this investigation highlighted the need for more studies on this offshore ...
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M & A Pharmachem recalled batches of Paracetamol 500 mg tablets because some batches of the prescription-strength drug have been found to contain tablets discolored by the fungal contaminant Penicillium citrinum. The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) said that is unlikely that any affected tablets will have reached patients as the discoloration is noticeable on opening the affected packs. The agency advised healthcare professionals to immediately stop supplying the batches and to quarantine and remove all remaining stock.
A mosquito sample collected three decades ago in Israels Negev Desert has yielded an unexpected discovery: a previously unknown virus thats closely related to some of the worlds most dangerous mosquito-borne pathogens ...
17:49 - Influence of a nutrient gradient in the ecophysiological response of the rocky macroalgae community in a coastal lagoon (Mar Menor, Spain). Marta García-Sánchez, Nathalie Korbee, Isabel María Pérez-Ruzafa, Concepción Marcos, Pablo Rodríguez-Ros, Félix L. Figueroa & Ángel Pérez-Ruzafa.. Friday, 4th. 9:00-9:45 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION / ROOM 1. Changes, management actions and consequences in the main Tunisian lagoons (Bizerta, Ghar El Melh, Tunis North and South, Monastir, Boughrara, El Biban). Dr. Oum Kalthoum Ben Hassine, Research Unit of Biology, Ecology and Parasitology of Aquatic Organisms, University of Tunis.. 9:45-11:05 ORAL PRESENTATIONS / ROOM ...
Techniques for generation of novel time-lapse videos that address the inherent sampling issues of traditional photographic time-lapse capture with the use of non-uniform sampling and non-linear filtering ...
Ramsar international wetlands of Alagol, Almagol and Ajigol with a surface of 3027 ha are located in the vast Turkmen-Sahra plains (Golestan prov.) in east of Caspian Sea and in the vicinity of the Iran-Turkmenistan political border. Flora, vegetation and habitat diversity of the wetlands were surveyed during growing seasons of 2014 and 2015. A total of 159 plant taxa belonging to 123 genera and 42 families were determined in the studied wetlands. Asteraceae, Amaranthaceae (including Chenopodiaceae) and Poaceae were the most species rich families and Suaeda, Salsola, Atriplex, Plantago and Tamarix were the most species rich genera. A floristic analysis indicated that therophytes and pluriregional elements predominated life form and chorological spectra, respectively. Studied sites were physiognomically classified into aquatic, emergent, and dry upland habitats which represent 6, 68 and 26 percent of all plant taxa, respectively. Halophytic species constitute a large part of flora, among them Puccinellia
Mono- and Stereopictres of 5.0 Angstrom coordination sphere of Potassium atom in PDB 2wme: Crystallographic Structure of Betaine Aldehyde Dehydrogenase From Pseudomonas Aeruginosa
The efficacy of different concentrations of aqueous neem leaf extract (3.12 to 50 mg/mL) on growth and citrinin production in three isolates of Penicillium citrinum was investigated under laboratory conditions. Mycotoxin production by the isolates was suppressed, depending on the concentration of the plant extract added to culture media at the time of spore inoculation. Citrinin production in fungal mycelia grown for 21 days in culture media containing 3.12 mg/mL of the aqueous extract of neem leaf was inhibited by approximately 80% in three isolates of P. citrinum. High-performance liquid chromatography was performed to confirm the spectrophotometric results. Vegetative growth was assessed, but neem extract failed to inhibit it. Neem leaf extract showed inhibition of toxin production without retardation in fungal mycelia growth.
The population dynamics of the Caspian littoral states (US Census Bureau 2010) in 1992 - 2007 vary: while the overall population of Kazakhstan and Russia has declined by 7.6 and 4.8 per cent respectively, the population of Azerbaijan grew by 8.2 per cent, of Iran by 16.0 per cent and of Turkmenistan by 19.8 per cent. However, the total Caspian coastal population (including only administrative units contiguous to the Caspian Sea) gradually increased from 1999, and has stabilized at aproximately 15.475 million by 2007 (National Statistics).
Typhoons pose a threat for coastal populations, offshore and onshore industries, shipping, agriculture, or forestry. Thus it is of great interest to assess future changes in cyclone activity. Thereby tropical cyclones may change both in frequency and intensity or they may have different track locations, shapes, dimensions or lifetimes. This book discusses risk prediction, crisis management and economic and environmental impacts of typhoons and landslides. (Imprint: Nova ...
The philosopher Vinciane Despret, based in Belgium, studies means of psychological manoeuvre between the two poles of the rational/magical dichotomy, as exemplified by the relationship between the living and the dead, and between animals and humans. She is also interested in the phenomenon of «observation». Pursuing this interest, she studied the work of ethologists who carried out field studies of a particular bird species (the Arabian babbler) in the Negev desert in Israel. The way the scientists developed their theories, how they interacted with the historical and social context, and the contradictory conclusions, at which they eventually arrived, led Vinciane Despret to the idea that certain modes of behaviour, which we like to view as distinguishing us from animals, cannot be viewed as specifically human. This is reflected in her book What Would Animals Say If We Asked the Right Questions? where, in 20 chapters, the philosopher subjects to a critical analysis our belief that we understand ...
From 1382 to 1912, Manastır (now Bitola) was part of the Ottoman Empire. Fierce battles took place near the city during the arrival of Ottoman forces. Ottoman rule was completely established after the death of Prince Marko in 1395 when Ottoman Empire established the Sanjak of Ohrid as a part of the Rumelia Eyalet and one of earliest established sanjaks in Europe.[10] Before it became part of the Ottoman Empire in 1395 its initial territory belonged to the realm of Prince Marko.[11][12] Initially its county town was Bitola and later it was Ohrid, so it was initially sometimes referred to as Sanjak of Monastir or Sanjak of Bitola.[13]. After the Austro-Ottoman wars, the trade development and the overall thriving of the city was stifled. But in the late 19th century, it again it became the second-biggest city in the wider southern Balkan region after Salonica.. In 1874, Manastır became the center of Monastir Vilayet which included the sanjaks of Debra, Serfidze, Elbasan, Manastır (Bitola), ...
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In many bacteria, plants and animals, the osmoprotectant betaine is synthesized in two steps: (1) choline to betaine aldehyde and (2) betaine aldehyde to betaine ...
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Beer-Sheva, Israel - Researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and Maccabi Healthcare Services, the second largest HMO in Israel, revealed that cost-related underuse of chronic pharmaceutical therapy is self-reported among approximately 10% of the chronically-ill patients. This phenomenon is strongly…. ...
Currently observed expansion of salt-affected areas provokes profound concern by loss of the land productivity. Actually the future of agricultural production will depend on capability to grow plants in saline environment with low quality lands and mineralized water. Salt-tolerant plants like Salsola sclerantha, Climacoptera lanata, Climacoptera brachiata, Suaeda paradoxa, Kochia scoparia, alfalfa, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Atriplex nitens were cultivated in farmer plots with hot slightly mineralized irrigation water from artesian well and sandy low fertile soils with medium sulphate-chloride type of salinity in Central Kyzylkum. Growth and development of the plants were observed. It was shown that it is possible to get high yield of halophytic biomass using hot mineralized water and low-fertile soils. Green biomass yield was about 18.95 t/ha for Salsola sclerantha ; 23.10 t/ha - Climacoptera lanata, 25.45 t/ha - Suaeda paradoxa, 44.10 t/ha - Kochia scoparia, 13.84 t/ha - Glycyrrhiza glabra, and 42.05 ...
Peptidoglycan is a macromolecule made of long aminosugar strands cross-linked by short peptides. It forms the cell wall in bacteria surrounding the cytoplasmic membrane. The glycan strands are typically comprised of repeating N-acetylglucosamine (GlcNAc) and N-acetylmuramic acid (MurNAc) disaccharides. Each MurNAc is linked to a peptide of three to five amino acid residues. Disaccharide subunits are first assembled on the cytoplasmic side of the bacterial membrane on a polyisoprenoid anchor (lipid I and II). Polymerization of disaccharide subunits by transglycosylases and cross-linking of glycan strands by transpeptidases occur on the other side of the membrane. Bacterial cell wall biosynthesis inhibitors form a major class of antibiotics ...
Numerical models (e.g., MODFLOW/SEAWAT) are commonly used to quantify the extent and magnitude of seawater intrusion (SI). Since coastal communities must account for SI into local aquifers, numerical models can be an effective planning and management tool as coastal populations increase. While these models tend to be limited by the availability of hydrological data, uncertainty in these results can be substantially reduced through the integration of field geophysical measurements. Field measurements employing electrical resistivity tomography (ERT) were utilized to calibrate a density-dependent groundwater flow model for Gulf Shores, Alabama. Specifically, six independent ERT profiles were produced within a modeled area adjacent to a shallow lake and along the near-shore boundary. The ERT methods were employed to a depth of 95 meters, encapsulating two aquifer systems with previously identified SI concerns (Chandler et al, 1986; Murgulet and Tick, 2008). Results from the ERT deployments were ...
Interpretive Summary: Technical Abstract: The fgr gene on rice chromosome 8 has been identified to control the presence of grain fragrance/aroma in rice. An eight base pair deletion in the fgr gene was found by Bradbury et al. (2005) in aromatic rice accessions, with this recessive mutation causing a loss in function of the betaine aldehyde dehydrogenase (BAD2) enzyme it encodes, resulting in the accumulation of the fragrant compound 2-acetyl-1-pyrroline (2AP). We developed an easily assayed single functional polymorphism (SFP) marker to test for the presence of this deletion in rice germplasm and its association with grain fragrance. The SFP marker was assayed on all rice accessions in the USDA-ARS GRIN collection listed as being aromatic, as well as on all Basmati rice accessions, the entire USDA-ARS rice core collection, and elite US rice breeding materials being tested in the Uniform Regional Rice Nursery. The SFP marker, using one labeled forward and an unlabeled reverse primer spanning the ...
Buy, download and read Arid Dune Ecosystems ebook online in PDF format for iPhone, iPad, Android, Computer and Mobile readers. Author: Siegmar-W. Breckle; Aaron Yair; Maik Veste. ISBN: 9783540754985. Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Sand dune dynamics plays a key role in many arid deserts. This volume provides a synthesis of a specific sand dune ecosystem, the Nizzana site in the Negev Desert. Describing its climate and geophysic
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon suffered a severe stroke resulting in a cerebral hemorrhage on Jan. 4, 2004. Paramedics rushed Sharon from his ranch in the Negev Desert to a Jerusalem hospital for life saving surgery. From the early news feeds and doctors comments things are not looking good. Internal bleeding after six hours of surgery led to another three hours in the operating room. After the second surgery, doctors said his vital signs are stable, although his condition is still "grave.". Pundits and analysts are already grabbing pen and pad to jot down their assessment. Many believe Ariel Sharons political career is over. Haaretz correspondent, Aluf Benn, stated, "even if he does recover, he will have a very hard time convincing the public of his ability to serve four more years, after undergoing two strokes in two and a half weeks." Ynetnews contributor, Attila Somfalvi, was more forthright: "Following the prime ministers stroke, nothing will bring him back into the political game: ...
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Karst Springs as Habitats for Rare and Protected Plant Species: a New Inland Locality of a Halophyte Plant Batrachium Baudotii (Ranunculaceae) in a Karst Spring in Central ...
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This study is about a new type of honey bee product collected from one of the desert plants - Zygophyllum album L - in Algeria. Zygophyllum album L honey is not a common product; it is very rare and contains elements of nutritional ...
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 "Proatriplex ...
Recent phylogenetic research revealed, that Halimione is a distinct genus and can not be included in Atriplex. "Atriplex ... Down). Botanical synonyms include Atriplex portulacoides L. and Obione portulacoides (L.) Moq. ...
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 joaquinana A.Nelson) Grayia Hook. & Arn. - siltbush, hopsage (Syn. Zuckia Standl.), with 4 shrubby species in western ...
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 can also be found 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 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. ...
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 californica USDA Plants Profile for Atriplex californica Flora of North America: Atriplex californica Tropicos.org: ... Formerly, it was included in genus Atriplex. It is native to coastal California and Baja California, where it grows in areas ... as Atriplex californica Moq. In 2010, after phylogenetic research, Elizabeth H. Zacharias classified it in a new genus ... Extriplex californica "Extriplex californica". National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI). Atriplex californica - UC ...
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- ...
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. funet.fi Exot. Microlep. 3 (9): 278. ...
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 larvae feed on Atriplex halimus. funet.fi Fauna Europaea Acta ent. bohemoslov. 74 (3) : 189. ...
The larvae feed on Atriplex verrucifera. Fauna Europaea. ...
The larvae feed on Atriplex halimus. They mine the leaves of their host plant. A single larva mines a number of the central ...
The larvae feed on Atriplex halimus. They feed on the leaves of their host plant. Catalogo Mundial Sistematico y de ...
The larvae feed on Atriplex glauca. They feed on the generative organs of their host plant. "Coleophora bazae Glaser, 1978". ...
"Cold Inactivation of Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxylase and Pyruvate Orthophosphate Dikinase from the C4 Perennial Plant Atriplex ... Cold Inactivation of Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxylase and Pyruvate Orthophosphate Dikinase from the C4 Perennial Plant Atriplex ... Cold Inactivation of Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxylase and Pyruvate Orthophosphate Dikinase from the C4 Perennial Plant Atriplex ... cold inactivation was studied in leaf extracts from Atriplex halimus L. Both enzyme activities gradually reduced as the ...
Atriplex vesicaria; Amaranthaceae) that prevent a toxic internal accumulation of salt. In other cases, trichomes help prevent ... Other articles where Atriplex vesicaria is discussed: angiosperm: Dermal tissue: , saltbush, ... saltbush, Atriplex vesicaria; Amaranthaceae) that prevent a toxic internal accumulation of salt. In other cases, trichomes help ...
Australian Atriplex crassipes J.M. Black possibly in SCo. In this revised taxonomy, Atriplex californica, Atriplex joaquinana ... Atriplex glauca. Family: Chenopodiaceae. View Description. Dichotomous Key. Genus: Atriplex. View Description. Dichotomous Key ... Previous taxon: Atriplex gardneri var. falcata. Next taxon: Atriplex gmelinii var. gmelinii. Name Search ... Atriplex glauca L.. NATURALIZED. Habit: Subshrub or shrub < 5 dm. Stem: prostrate; branches erect to ascending, scaly. Leaf: ...
... © 2017 Keir Morse. Atriplex lentiformis. © 2017 Keir Morse. Atriplex lentiformis. © 2003 George W. ... Previous taxon: Atriplex hymenelytra. Next taxon: Atriplex leucophylla. Name Search Botanical illustration including Atriplex ... Atriplex lentiformis subsp. lentiformis. © 2008 Neal Kramer. Atriplex lentiformis. © 2017 Keir Morse. Atriplex lentiformis ... Australian Atriplex crassipes J.M. Black possibly in SCo. In this revised taxonomy, Atriplex californica, Atriplex joaquinana ...
... © 2000 Robert E. Preston, Ph.D.. Atriplex subtilis. © 2010 Robert E. Preston, Ph.D.. Atriplex subtilis. © ... Australian Atriplex crassipes J.M. Black possibly in SCo. In this revised taxonomy, Atriplex californica, Atriplex joaquinana ... Atriplex subtilis. SUBTLE ORACH. Family: Chenopodiaceae. View Description. Dichotomous Key. Genus: Atriplex. View Description. ... Atriplex subtilis. © 2010 Robert E. Preston, Ph.D.. Atriplex subtilis. © 2010 Robert E. Preston, Ph.D.. ...
... © 2003 George W. Hartwell. Atriplex cordulata. © 2010 Chris Winchell. Atriplex cordulata. © 2010 Chris ... Atriplex cordulata. © 2010 Chris Winchell. Atriplex cordulata. © 2010 Chris Winchell. Atriplex cordulata. © 1994 Robert E. ... Australian Atriplex crassipes J.M. Black possibly in SCo. In this revised taxonomy, Atriplex californica, Atriplex joaquinana ... Previous taxon: Atriplex confertifolia. Next taxon: Atriplex cordulata var. cordulata. Name Search ...
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... © 2011 Neal Kramer. Atriplex elegans var. elegans. © 2011 Neal Kramer. Atriplex elegans var. ... Australian Atriplex crassipes J.M. Black possibly in SCo. In this revised taxonomy, Atriplex californica, Atriplex joaquinana ... Next taxon: Atriplex elegans var. fasciculata. Name Search Botanical illustration including Atriplex elegans var. elegans. ... Species: Atriplex elegans. View Description. Common Name: WHEELSCALE. Habit: Annual +- 1--5 dm. Stem: decumbent to ascending ...
click on a thumbnail to view an image, or see all the Atriplex thumbnails at the Plants Gallery ... The Plants Database includes the following 6 subspecies of Atriplex canescens . Click below on a thumbnail map or name for ...
This plant is listed by the U.S. federal government or a state. Common names are from state and federal lists. Click on a place name to get a complete protected plant list for that location ...
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Atriplex argentea ssp. argentea var. argentea silverscale saltbush Atriplex argentea ssp. argentea var. caput-medusae stalked ... click on a thumbnail to view an image, or see all the Atriplex thumbnails at the Plants Gallery ... The Plants Database includes the following 4 subspecies of Atriplex argentea . Click below on a thumbnail map or name for ...
Atriplex amana Post, Fl. Syria, ed. 2: 681. (1896). * Atriplex patula subsp. amana (Post) Aellen, in Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 70: 56 ... Atriplex patula subsp. erecta (Huds.) Arcang., Comp. Fl. Ital.: 592. (1882). * Atriplex macrodira Guss., Fl. Sicul. Syn. 2: 592 ... Atriplex patula subsp. macrodira (Guss.) Arcang., Comp. Fl. Ital.: 592. (1882). * Atriplex nemorensis Schur, Enum. PI. Trans.: ... Atriplex patula. Published online. Accessed Apr. 05 2016.. * The Plant List 2016. Atriplex patula in The Plant List Version 1.1 ...
Genus: Atriplex. Species: A. lanfrancoi Name[edit]. Atriplex lanfrancoi (Brullo & Pavone) G.Kadereit & Sukhor., Amer. J. Bot. ... Atriplex lanfrancoi. World Plants: Synonymic Checklists of the Vascular Plants of the World (2019). In: Roskov Y., Abucay L., ... Atriplex lanfrancoi in The Plant List Version 1.1. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2016 Jul. 04. ... Retrieved from "https://species.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Atriplex_lanfrancoi&oldid=3855132" ...
Atriplex sanambrosiana Sparre, Lilloa 20: 267. 1949. (replaces Atriplex foliolosa Phil.). *Obione foliolosa (Phil.) G.L.Chu, ... Atriplex axillaris Phil., Anales Mus. Nac. Santiago de Chile 8: 73 (1891), nom. illeg. (later homonym of Atriplex axillaris Ten ... Atriplex microphylla Phil., Fl. Atacam. 48. (1860), nom. illeg. (later homonym of Atriplex microphylla Willd. 1806) *Type: ... Atriplex imbricata. Published online. Accessed Jul. 04 2016.. *The Plant List 2013. Atriplex imbricata in The Plant List ...
Atriplex mexicana synonyms, Atriplex mexicana pronunciation, Atriplex mexicana translation, English dictionary definition of ... Noun 1. Atriplex mexicana - Eurasian aromatic oak-leaved goosefoot with many yellow-green flowers; naturalized North America ... Atriplex mexicana - definition of Atriplex mexicana by The Free Dictionary https://www.thefreedictionary.com/Atriplex+mexicana ... Atriplex mexicana. Also found in: Thesaurus. ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: ...
Atriplex cana C.A. Mey.: from Eastern European Russia to Western China Atriplex section Atriplex: annual C3-plants. Atriplex ... Atriplex calotheca (Rafn) Fr.: in Northern Europe Atriplex crassifolia Ledeb.: in Asia Atriplex davisii Aellen: from Southern ... Syn.: Atriplex nitens Schkuhr): in Eurasia Atriplex section Teutliopsis Dumort.: annual C3-plants Atriplex australasica Moq. ... 2010).Atriplex acanthocarpa (Torr.) S. Watson: in North America Atriplex acutibractea Anderson: in Australia Atriplex altaica ...
Scrobipalpa atriplex is a moth in the Gelechiidae family. It was described by August Busck in 1910. It is found in North ... The larvae feed on Atriplex canescens. "Scrobipalpa Janse, 1951" at Markku Savelas Lepidoptera and Some Other Life Forms. ...
Jepson Manual Treatment - Atriplex cordulata USDA Plants Profile: Atriplex cordulata Flora of North America Atriplex cordulata ... Atriplex cordulata is a species of saltbush known by the common names heartscale and heart-leaf orache. It is endemic to the ...
Tropicos search for Atriplex sabulosa The Plant List, Atriplex confertifolia (Torr. & Frém.) S.Watson Biota of North America ... CONABIO, México D.F.. Flora of North America Atriplex confertifolia Calflora Database: Atriplex confertifolia (Shadscale, Spiny ... treatment of Atriplex confertifolia Missouri Botanical Garden: photo of herbarium isotype specimen of Atriplex subconferta ( ... The height of Atriplex confertifolia varies from 1-3 ft (0.30-0.91 m). Shadscale fruits and leaves provide important winter ...
Atriplex spp.) that are grown together, although dissimilar. Hypoglycaemic effect of the salt bush Atriplex halimus, a feeding ... Atriplex halimus (known also by its common names: Mediterranean saltbush, Sea orache, Shrubby orache, Silvery orache) is a ... Herbert Danby), Kilaim 1:3, Oxford University Press 1977, p. 28, s.v. "beet and orach." Plants For A Future: Atriplex halimus. ... According to Jewish tradition, the leaves of Atriplex halimus (orache), known in Mishnaic Hebrew as leʻūnīn (Hebrew: לעונין‬), ...
Atriplex elegans is a species of saltbush known by the common name wheelscale saltbush, Mecca orach, or wheelscale. It is ...
Atriplex amnicola, commonly known as river saltbush or swamp saltbush, is a species of shrub in the Amaranthaceae family. ... Salinity in Australia "Atriplex amnicola". FloraBase. Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife. Mitchell ...
Atriplex littoralis, the grassleaf orache or grass-leaved orache is a species of shrub in the Amaranthaceae family. It is 70-80 ...
Atriplex rosea is a species of saltbush known by the common names tumbling saltbush, red orach, redscale and tumbling orach. It ... Jepson Manual Treatment USDA Plants Profile Flora of North America "Atriplex rosea". Germplasm Resources Information Network ( ...
  • Zervoudakis, G. 2004-10-13 00:00:00 Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase (PEPC) and pyruvate orthophosphate dikinase (PPDK) cold inactivation was studied in leaf extracts from Atriplex halimus L. Both enzyme activities gradually reduced as the temperature and the total soluble protein decreased. (deepdyve.com)
  • Glenn, E. P., S. G. Nelson, B. Ambrose, R. Martinez, D. Soliz, V. Pabendinskas and K. Hultine (2012) Comparison of salinity tolerance of three Atriplex spp. (sussex.ac.uk)
  • Nedjimi, B. and Y. Daoud (2009) Effects of Calcium Chloride on Growth, Membrane Permeability and Root Hydraulic Conductivity in Two Atriplex Species Grown at High (Sodium Chloride) Salinity. (sussex.ac.uk)
  • Although it is commonly asserted that Atriplex patula has been naturalized in North America only since the eighteenth century, seeds ascribed to this species occur on the west coast of North America in buried marsh deposits that predate European contact. (wikipedia.org)
  • Perhaps the phase along coastal eastern North America is indigenous, but this and the related Atriplex heterosperma evidently moved quickly from one palustrine habitat to another following subsequent introductions from the Old World. (ngpherbaria.org)
  • Key to genera revised by Elizabeth H. Zacharias to incorporate Extriplex and Stutzia , 2 genera segregated from Atriplex . (berkeley.edu)
  • Citation for this treatment: Elizabeth H. Zacharias 2013, Atriplex glauca , in Jepson Flora Project (eds. (berkeley.edu)
  • Mata-Gonzalez, R., M. A. B. Abdallah, R. Trejo-Calzada and C. G. Wan (2017) Growth and leaf chemistry of Atriplex species from Northern Mexico as affected by salt stress. (sussex.ac.uk)
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