The Canada goldenrod Solidago canadensis L. is a rhizomatous, patch-forming herbaceous perennial plant in the family Asteraceae. The plant is self-fertile. It was recorded in the wild in 1888 in Oxfordshire, but did not become widespread until 1930. Although formerly confused with S. gigantea, the maps are probably reliable in indicating that S. canadensis is the commoner of the two in S. Britain. Abstract. lxxv + 910 pp." This review includes information on the biology of the plant, and on the insects which pollinate it; in some areas honeybees are the main pollinators, and also bumble bees, but in other places soldier beetles and syrphid flies are more frequent visitors. datasets have provided data to the NBN Atlas for this species.. Browse the list of datasets and find organisations you can join if you are interested in participating in a survey for species like Solidago canadensis L. Fig. In addition to its prolific vegetative propagation, S. canadensis releases chemicals that inhibit the growth, germination and survival of native plants, and change the soil composition by diverting nutrients and minerals. Herbarium Catalogue (1 records) Date Reference Identified As Barcode Type Status; Cope, T.A. Solidago canadensis L. Goldenrod Sp.Pl. Abstract. 3 Solidago canadensis L., Flora de Nicaragua,Tropicos.org, 2009 Accessed February 2018. It is hardy to zone (UK) 3. 543/2002 Z. z. o ochrane prírody a krajiny v znení neskorších predpisov.. Fotodokumentácia: Ing. Plant fact sheet for Canada goldenrod (Solidago canadensis). Biomolecules 2020, 10, 1619 4 of 31 3. Solidago canadensis L. (Canadian Goldenrod) Interactions where Solidago canadensis is the victim or passive partner (and generally loses out from the process) . Bradbury IK, 1973. Weed of roadsides & waste places. Five varieties are recognized : Solidago canadensis var. To dissect the salt acclimation mechanisms in S. canadensis, we analyzed the transcriptome and proteome of salt-treated S. canadensis for 0, 1, 2, 4, and 8 days. Home » Asteraceae » Solidago: Solidago canadensis L. Common Name: CANADA GOLDENROD: Coefficient of Conservatism: 1 Coefficient of Wetness: 3 Wetness Index: FACU Physiognomy: Nt P-Forb. It is in flower from August to October, and the seeds ripen from September to October. The phytotoxic potential of Solidago canadensis on local plant species was studied in a growth chamber. arizonica A. però s'ha establert com a espècie invasora. It is likely to be increasing. Gray, Fl. ex DC. Syn. Asteraceae Daisy Family. Solidago canadensis L. appears in other Kew resources: IPNI - The International Plant Names Index. yellow, Mar to Jun. was reported from ME based on a number of specimens, mostly from near coastal habitats, that were S. altissima. Leaves: alternate; oval with tapering bases and sharp tips; sessile; 3” by 1/2”; toothed margins; short hairs above and below, somewhat rough; lower leaves drop before flowering. canadensis L. Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (2001) Solidago canadensis L. Images from the web. Solidago canadensis var. The strategy and tactics of Solidago canadensis L. in abandoned pastures. Angiosperms: Dicotyledons. & Gray • CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT; confined primarily to the coastal plain in ME. Solidago canadensis s.l. Solidago canadensis, commonly called Canadian goldenrod, is a rhizomatous, upright perennial of the sunflower family. 2:878 (1753) Conservation Code: Not threatened Naturalised Status: Alien to Western Australia Name Status: Current Brief Description Amanda Spooner, Wednesday 18 June 1997. & Standl. S. canadensis L. var. It is noted for attracting wildlife. Solidago canadensis commonly known as Canadian goldenrod is an herbaceous perennial plant of the family Asteraceae (Aster family) native to northeastern and north-central North America but established as an invasive plant in many other regions. : 878 (1753) Accepted by. The following relationships have been collated from the published literature (see 'References'). També … Manual of vascular plants of northeastern United States and adjacent Canada. Solidago canadensis L. – zlatobyľ kanadská. Marta Mútňanová. Quick facts. Etymology: Solidago: from Latin solido, meaning "to make whole or heal" and a reference to the supposed, medicinal qualities of these plants Plants: erect, perennial, 1'-7' tall forb forming large, dense patches; leafy stems with fine hairs especially toward the top but otherwise smooth Leaves: narrow, pointed at both ends, stalkless, 3-veined, mostly all the same size, sharply toothed scabra Torr. Solidago canadensis is most often found by railway tracks, road verges, on … Separation and identification of carotenoids in flowers of Chelidonium majus L. and inflorescences of Solidago canadensis L. Chromatographia 71, S103–S108. (N-Am.) First reliably recorded in 1863 on the margins of a lake in Virelles. Solidago canadensis L. Details; Synonyms (3) References (23) Subordinate Taxa; Specimens; Distributions (21) Chromosome Counts (14) Group: Dicot Rank: species Kind: Name of a new Taxon Herbarium Placement: Monsanto, 3rd, D, 280 Authors: Linnaeus, Carl von. 3. Species identification In Europe S. canadensis shoot height is 70 - 210 cm, glabrous at the base, pubescent at least in the upper half, with 40-110 leaves scarcely decreasing in size upwards (Fig. Solidago canadensis is an invasive plant around the world, and it has been found to have successfully invaded saline soils. Opis druhu. Distribution of non-native goldenrods in Lithuania was studied during field trips conducted in 2012–2015 with additional usage of herbarium data. 10.1365/s10337-010-1510-4 [Google Scholar] Janssen B., Gardner R. (1990). B. S. Walters. Citation: SOLIDAGO CANADENSIS Linnaeus, var. [RBG 194], United Kingdom: K000914442: Bibliography. Rad: Asterales Čeľaď: Asteraceae Zaradenie. puis-Lardy et al. ABBREVIATION : SOLCAN SYNONYMS : NO-ENTRY SCS PLANT CODE : SOCA6 COMMON NAMES : Canada goldenrod TAXONOMY : The currently accepted scientific name for Canada goldenrod is Solidago canadensis L. . Solidago canadensis is a PERENNIAL growing to 1.8 m (6ft) by 1 m (3ft 3in) at a medium rate. & Cronquist, Arthur J. Pamela L.S. USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service. Stem: perennial; 2 1/2’ to 3 1/2’ tall; unbranched; upper part of the stem hairy. The oldest reference to the species dates from 1872 and states that the species is cultivated for garden decoration, and that it often becomes naturalised in the vicinity of homes and on cemeteries (Fischer 1872: 82). 2006). First published in Sp. (Asteraceae) are perennial herbs native to the North America which were introduced into the middle of Europe in the 18th century as ornamental, schizanthus and melliferous plants. Synonyms and Common Names According to the Assessment Report on Solidago virgaurea, realized by the European Medicines Agency  and the World Flora Online , the main synonyms in use are: Amphiraphis leiocarpa Benth., Amphiraphis pubescens DC., Aster virgaurea (L.) Kuntze, Dectis decurrens Rafin. : Aster canadensis (L.) Kuntze, Doria canadensis (L.) Lunell České mená: celík kanadský (Presl 1846), zlatobýl kanadský (Polívka 1912), celík kanadský (Dostál 1950), zlatobýl kanadský (Dostál 1989, Kubát 2002) Slovenské mená: zlatá byľ kanadská (Dostál 1950), zlatobyľ kanadská (Marhold et Hindák 1998) Čeľaď: Asteraceae Bercht. S. canadensis was introduced into cultivation in Britain in 1648, and it is now very popular in gardens. N. Amer. 2: 224. Data source: Recorder-Lux , iNaturalist & GBIF , 2020-11-18. 2012. It is native to North America (throughout Canada and the U. S., except absent from South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Louisiana and Hawaii). Gray (synonym) Solidago hirsuta L'Hér. Solidago canadensis var. Stand of Solidago canadensis, photo by Normunds Rustanovičs. Goldenrods, Solidago canadensis L. and S. gigantea Ait. gilvocanescens Rydb. Invázny druh v zmysle zákona č. Solidago canadensis, native to North America, is a worldwide invasive forb, and has now invaded Europe, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand (Weber, 2001; Abhilasha et al., 2008). SCABRA (Muhlenberg ex Willdenow) Torrey & A. Fl. Gray (ambiguous synonym) Solidago canadensis var. Two North American goldenrods, Solidago canadensis and S. gigantea, are listed among invasive species posing the greatest threat to species and ecosystems in Europe. 3). L. (Canada goldenrod) is an exceptionally successful worldwide invader of North American origin (Semple & Cook 2006) that has to date conquered Europe, large parts of Asia, Australia and New Zealand (Weber 2003; Lu et al. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Insects. Molluscicidal activity of Solidago canadensis L. extracts on the snail Pomacea canaliculata Lam Xiao Shen a,c , Zhenxing Wang a,b , Liling Liu a,c , Zhengrong Zou a,c,⁎ Introduction. Studies on Solidago L. I. S. altissima L. and S. canadensis L. Contributions de l'Institut Botanique de l'Université de Montréal, 70:65-72. It was introduced into China in 1935. Beaudry (synonym) Solidago eminens Bischoff ex A. Fields, open rights-of-way, roadsides. Pullman, WA. 1991. Solidago canadensis (o vara d'or del Canadà) és una espècie de planta herbàcia que és planta nativa d'Amèrica del Nord. Pavek, USDA NRCS Plant Materials Center, Pullman, Washington Citation Pavek, P.L.S. 4 "Gleason, Henry A. Leaves are produced Solidago canadensis L. Pl. Tall goldenrod Solidago canadensis L. Solidago altissima L. . Trváca rastlina dorastajúce do výšky 50 až 150 cm. All Images Enlarge Image. Solidago lepida DC. Solidago canadensis was introduced into Europe in the seventeenth century (Weber, 2001). Published June 2012 canadensis L. Solidago canadensis var. Localized transient expression of GUS in leaf disks following cocultivation with Agrobacterium. Slender rhizomatous, perennial, herb, 1-2.5 m high. Records of Solidago canadensis L. in Luxembourg. bartramiana (Fern.) (ambiguous synonym) Solidago howellii Woot. – A rather rare and probably decreasing, naturalised escape from cultivation or garden throw-out. Byle sú drsno chlpaté, husto olistené.