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Up-dating eHALOPH

We are in the (slow) process of checking all the entries in eHALOPH and evaluating whether we should add species listed in Menzel and Lieth (2003)*. So far, we have comprehensively revised 746 entries (about 50% of the number in Aronson's original list), adding about 100 new species. We have added to ‘Germination’,  'Microbial interactions' and 'Mycorrhizal status’ and’ Bioremediation’ across all records. New references associated with different fields are added each month.

In some cases names of species are 'unresolved' in The Plant List [http://www.theplantlist.org/] and where this is the case this is noted in the 'Miscellaneous notes', a part of each record in eHALOPH.

We have not systematically added all synonyms and users of eHALOPH should check 'The Plant List' if concerned about the taxonomy of a halophyte that does not appear in eHALOPH.

*Menzel, U. and Lieth, H. (2003) HALOPHYTE Database Vers. 2.0 update. In Cash Crop Halophytes. Edited by Lieth, H. and Mochtchenko, M. Compact disk. Kluwer, Dordrecht.

 

 


 

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