Atriplex prostrata - Atriplex prostrata

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Atriplex prostrata
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Taxonomy
Superreino: Eukaryota
Kingdom : Plantae
Division : Magnoliophyta
Class : Magnoliopsida
Order : Caryophyllales
Family : Amaranthaceae
Subfamily: Chenopodioideae
Tribe : Atripliceae
Gender : Atriplex
Species : Atriplex prostrata
Boucher ex DC.

Atriplex prostrata is an annual halophyte species in the Amaranthaceae family.

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Leaf detail.

Description

It is an annual plant that reaches a size of up to 120 cm in height, glabrous or partially pharynaceous. Erect to prostrate stems, with greenish-whitish streaks. The leaves are 1-8 × 0.7-8 cm, generally scattered, sometimes opposite, all petiolated, the lower and middle ones up or triangular, with a truncated or subcordate base, with lateral lobes directed towards the foliar base or to the sides. –Not towards the apex–; the upper ones generally ovate-lanceolate, all ± farinaceous. Panniculiform inflorescence , sharp. Sessile fruiting bracteoles, herbaceous , rhombic to rhombic-elliptical, free, only welded at the base, frequently tuberculated on the back. Seeds1-1.2 × 1-2 mm; radicle from oblique to vertical. It has a chromosome number of 2n = 18, 36 *; n = 9 *. [ 1 ]

Distribution and habitat

It is found in the disturbed lands, altered and nitrified places, saline or not. In Europe , North Africa , Southwest Asia and North America . Scattered throughout the Iberian Peninsula .

Taxonomy

Atriplex prostrata fue descrita por Boucher ex DC. y publicado en Flore Française. Third Edition 3 : 387. 1805. [ 2 ]

Etymology

Atriplex : Latin generic name by which the plant is known. [ 3 ]

prostrata : epithet Latin meaning "postrada . [ 4 ]

Subspecies
Synonyms
  • Atriplex decumbens Schult.
  • Atriplex deltoidea Bab.
  • Atriplex elongata Guss.
  • Atriplex gigantea Poir. ex Moq.
  • Atriplex gracilis Nutt. ex Moq.
  • Atriplex halimoides Raf.
  • Atriplex hastatum var. melting (Bouche from 600.) Lange
  • Atriplex hastata var. salina Wallr. ex Gren.
  • Atriplex hastata var. salinum Green & Godr.
  • Atriplex hastata var. triangularis (Willd.) Moq.
  • Atriplex integrifolia Krock. ex Steud.
  • Atriplex laciniata var. americana Torr.
  • Atriplex latifolia subsp. prostrata (Boucher ex DC.) Hiitonen
  • Atriplex latifolia subsp. triangularis (Willd.) Hiitonen
  • Atriplex microcarpa Waldst. & Kit.
  • Atriplex microsperma Waldst. & Kit.
  • Atriplex microsperma Bab.
  • Atriplex microtheca Fr.
  • Atriplex New-Zealand Aellen
  • Atriplex oblongifolia Host
  • Atriplex oppositifolia DC.
  • Atriplex patula var. prostrata (Boucher ex DC.) Mert. & W.D.J.Koch
  • Atriplex patula var. salina Wallr.
  • Atriplex patula var. triangularis (Willd.) Thorne & S.L.Welsh
  • Atriplex hardened Mcq.
  • Atriplex platensis Speg.
  • Atriplex platysepala Guss.
  • Atriplex pugae Phil.
  • Atriplex ramosissima Nutt. ex Moq.
  • Atriplex ruderalis Wallr.
  • Atriplex sackii Rostk. & Schmidt
  • Atriplex smithii Syme
  • Atriplex spinacifolia Stokes
  • Atriplex transsilvanica Schur
  • Atriplex triangularis Willd.
  • Atriplex veneta Moq.
  • Chenopodium hastatum Dumort.
  • Chenopodium latifolium (Wahlenb.) E.H.L.Krause
  • Obione decumbens (S.Watson) Ulbr.[5]

Common names

  • Castilian: trawler, false chard, armuelle, wild armuelle; [ 1 ]

References

Bibliography

  1. Flora of China Editorial Committee. 2003. Fl. China 5: 1–506. Science Press & Missouri Botanical Garden Press, Beijing & St. Louis.
  2. Flora of North America Editorial Committee, e. 2003. Magnoliophyta: Caryophyllidae, part 1. 4: i–xxiv, 1–559. In Fl. N. Amer.. Oxford University Press, New York.
  3. Zuloaga, FO, O. Morrone, MJ Belgrano, C. Marticorena & E. Marchesi. (eds.) 2008. Catalog of the Vascular Plants of the Southern Cone (Argentina, Southern Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay). Monogr. Syst. Bot. Missouri Bot. Gard. 107 (1): i – xcvi, 1-983; 107 (2): i-xx, 985-2286; 107 (3): i-xxi, 2287-3348.

external links

  • Sukhorukov, AP (2007): On the systematics and chorology of the Atriplex species (Chenopodiaceae) occurring in Russia and neighboring countries (within the borders of the former USSR ). Annals of the Natural History Museum in Vienna 108 B: 364-366. (pdf)
  • Pertti Uotila (2011): Chenopodiaceae (pro parte majore). Atriplex prostrata – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
  • Augustin-Pyrame de Candolle (1805): in Jean-Baptiste de Lamarck & Augustin-Pyrame de Candolle : Flore Française , 3. Edition, p. 387.