2019
DOI: 10.1590/2175-7860201970039
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Abstract: Molecular phylogenetic analyses based on ETS, ITS and atpB-rbcL spacer sequences assessed the phylogenetic status of the southern Brazil sea asparagus species of the genus Salicornia (Salicornioideae, Amaranthaceae). Accessions of Patos Lagoon estuary (32° S) were obtained from wild plants and two pure line lineages, selected from contrasting prostrate (BTH1) and decumbent (BTH2) ecomorphotypes found locally. Patos Lagoon wild plants, BTH1 and BTH2 f4 progenies showed 100% identical sequences for the atpB-rbcL… Show more

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“…The saltmarshes are discontinuously distributed across the region resulting from variation in topography and the duration of saltwater submersion (Costa et al 2003). The main saltmarshes are dominated by Spartina densiflora and Salicornia neei; S. neei is dominant in sites with longer periods of inundation and higher salinities (Costa 1997;Costa et al 2019). Small islands have formed in the central and southern portions of the lagoon, comprised mostly of saltmarshes along their borders (Costa & Tagliani 2011) and low grasslands in their interiors (~5 cm height, F.A.…”
Section: Study Areamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The saltmarshes are discontinuously distributed across the region resulting from variation in topography and the duration of saltwater submersion (Costa et al 2003). The main saltmarshes are dominated by Spartina densiflora and Salicornia neei; S. neei is dominant in sites with longer periods of inundation and higher salinities (Costa 1997;Costa et al 2019). Small islands have formed in the central and southern portions of the lagoon, comprised mostly of saltmarshes along their borders (Costa & Tagliani 2011) and low grasslands in their interiors (~5 cm height, F.A.…”
Section: Study Areamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Crespo, Salicornia gaudichaudiana Moq. ; COSTA et al, 2019). This plant is sold as "sea asparagus" or "samphire" and used as a fresh vegetable in gourmet kitchens, in the industrial sector (e.g., pickles, salami, beer and biosalt), and for animal food (COSTA;HERRERA, 2016;ALVES et al, 2019).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Two lineages (BTH1 and BTH2) with contrasting prostrate and decumbent plants with green and reddish colorations, respectively, were obtained. Recent studies confirmed that these lineages show distinct genetic (COSTA et al, 2019), mineral (DONCATO; COSTA, 2018a; 2018b) and phenolic compositions (SOUZA et al, 2018). However, plant field trials are needed to evaluate how cultivation conditions affect growth and desirable agronomic traits of these lineages.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Alonso & M.B. Crespo (COSTA et al, 2018;COSTA et al, 2019), cresce em solos costeiros, inclusive alagados pela água do mar, onde a salinidade do solo pode variar de 16 a 55 dS.m -1 , e até mesmo hipersalinas (FREITAS; COSTA, 2014).…”
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