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  1. Fischer S. and M. Tal. (In preparation) Salt tolerance in the wild relatives, Solanum kurzianum and S. polytrichon, of the cultivated potato S. tuberosum. . (see details)
  2. Seaman, J. (?) Mechanisms of salt tolerance in halophytes: can crop plants resistance to salinity be improved?. (see details)
  3. Migahid, Masarrat M. (2929) Photosynthetic compounds (C-14) and malate under shock salt stress impact of different plants in the western desert of Egypt. 25, 2, 222. -230. (see details)
  4. Peng, YuxinJiang, LingminSeo, JiyoonLi, ZhunChoe, HannaJeong, Jae CheolKim, Suk WeonKim, Young-MinKim, Cha YoungLee, Jiyoung (2921) Pedobacter endophyticus sp. nov., an endophytic bacterium isolated from Carex pumila.. 71, 7, (see details)
  5. Cruz, Jayvee; Cadiente, Mea Katreena M. (2917) BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM NIPA PALM (Nypa fruticans Wurmb.) AS POTENTIAL PLANT GROWTH-PROMOTERS. 46, 4, 1. -6. (see details)
  6. Alshammary, Saad F. (207) Some potential plants of coastal and inland salt affected soils and their relation to soil properties. 6, 5, 821. -826. (see details)
  7. Murteira, M., A. E. Turcios, R. Calado, A. I. Lillebo and J. Papenbrock (2022) Relevance of nitrogen availability on the phytochemical properties of Chenopodium quinoa cultivated in marine hydroponics as a functional food. Scientia Horticulturae. 291, 10. (see details)
  8. :Sales, Jonnathan R. da S. [ 1 ] ; Magalhâes, Clarissa L. [ 2 ] ; Freitas, Ana G. S. [ 3 ] ; Goes, Geovana F. [ 3 ] ; Sousa, Henderson C. de [ 3 ] ; Sousa, Geocleber G. de [ 3 ] (2021) Physiological indices of okra under organomineral fertilization and irrigated with salt water. 25, 7, 466. -471. (see details)
  9. Abbas, Z., S. M. Khan, J. Alam, T. Peer, Z. Abideen, R. W. Bussmann and S. Muhammad (2021) VEGETATION DYNAMICS ALONG ALTITUDINAL GRADIENTS IN SHIGAR VALLEY (CENTRAL KARAKORUM) PAKISTAN: ZONATION, PHYSIOGNOMY, ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS. Pakistan Journal of Botany. 53, 5, 1865-1874. (see details)
  10. Abd El-Maboud, M. M. (2021) Seasonal variations effect on antioxidant compounds and their role in the adaptation of some halophytes at Wadi Gharandal, Southwest Sinai (vol 64, pg 161, 2019). Annals of Agricultural Science. 66, 1, 96-96. (see details)
  11. Afifi, HS; Al Marzooqi, HM; Tabbaa, MJ; Arran, AA (2021) Phytochemicals of Conocarpus spp. as a Natural and Safe Source of Phenolic Compounds and Antioxidants. MOLECULES. 26, 4, (see details)
  12. Agudelo, A., M. Carvajal and M. D. Martinez-Ballesta (2021) Halophytes of the Mediterranean Basin-Underutilized Species with the Potential to Be Nutritious Crops in the Scenario of the Climate Change. Foods. 10, 1, (see details)
  13. Ahmed, H. A. I., L. Shabala and S. Shabala (2021) Tissue-specificity of ROS-induced K+ and Ca2+ fluxes in succulent stems of the perennial halophyte Sarcocornia quinqueflora in the context of salinity stress tolerance. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 166, 1022-1031. (see details)
  14. Akhter, Noreen; Aqeel, Muhammad; Hameed, Mansoor; Sakit Alhaithloul, Haifa Abdulaziz; Alghanem, Suliman Mohammed; Shahnaz, Muhammad Muslim; Hashem, Mohamed; Alamri, Saad; Khalid, Noreen; Al-Zoubi, Omar Mahmoud...More (2021) Foliar architecture and physio-biochemical plasticity determines survival of Typha domingensis pers. Ecotypes in nickel and salt affected soil.. 286, 117316. (see details)
  15. Al-Ghamdi, A. A. M. and M. El-Zohri (2021) Tolerance Indices of Some Quinoa (Chenopodium Quinoa Wild) Genotypes under Different Salinity Levels. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research and Allied Sciences. 10, 2, 48-54. (see details)
  16. Al-Omar, M. S., M. S. M. Sajid, N. S. Alnasyan, B. S. Almansour, R. M. Alruthaya, R. A. Khan, S. A. A. Mohammed, A. M. Al-Damigh and H. A. Mohammed (2021) THE HALOPHYTIC PLANT, SUAEDA VERMICULATA FORSSK EXTRACTS REDUCE THE INFLAMED PAW EDEMA AND EXERT POTENTIAL ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY. Pakistan Journal of Botany. 53, 1, 351-356. (see details)
  17. Alam, M. R., R. Islam, T. K. A. Tran, D. L. Van, M. M. Rahman, A. S. Griffin, R. M. K. Yu and G. R. MacFarlane (2021) Global patterns of accumulation and partitioning of metals in halophytic saltmarsh taxa: A phylogenetic comparative approach. Journal of Hazardous Materials. 414, (see details)
  18. Alhaddad, FA; Abu-Dieyeh, MH; Elazazi, EM; Ahmed, TA (2021) Salt tolerance of selected halophytes at the two initial growth stages for future management options. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS. 11, 1, (see details)
  19. Aljasmi, M; El-Keblawy, A; Mosa, KA (2021) Abiotic factors controlling germination of the multipurpose invasive Prosopis pallida: towards afforestation of salt-affected lands in the subtropical arid Arabian desert. TROPICAL ECOLOGY. 62, 1, 116. -125. (see details)
  20. Altuntas, C. and R. Terzi (2021) Concomitant accumulations of ions, osmoprotectants and antioxidant system-related substances provide salt tolerance capability to succulent extreme-halophyte Scorzonera hieraciifolia. Turkish Journal of Botany. 45, 4, 340-352. (see details)
  21. Antunes, M. D., C. Gago, A. Guerreiro, A. R. Sousa, M. Juliao, M. G. Miguel, M. L. Faleiro and T. Panagopoulos (2021) Nutritional Characterization and Storage Ability of Salicornia ramosissima and Sarcocornia perennis for Fresh Vegetable Salads. Horticulturae. 7, 1, (see details)
  22. Ashour, HA; Esmail, SEA; Kotb, MS (2021) Alleviative effects of chitosan or humic acid on Vitex trifolia 'Purpurea' grown under salinity stress. ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE-REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE HORTICULTURA ORNAMENTAL. 27, 1, 88. -102. (see details)
  23. Aspinwall, M. J., M. Faciane, K. Harris, M. O'Toole, A. Neece, V. Jerome, M. Colon, J. Chieppa and I. C. Feller (2021) Salinity has little effect on photosynthetic and respiratory responses to seasonal temperature changes in black mangrove (Avicennia germinans) seedlings. Tree Physiology. 41, 1, 103-118. (see details)
  24. Baeshen, MN; Ahmed, F; Moussa, TAA; Abulfaraj, AA; Jalal, RS; Noor, SO; Baeshen, NA; Huelsenbeck, JP (2021) A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF DE NOVO TRANSCRIPTOME ADAPTATION OF DESERT PLANTS IN SAUDI ARABIA. APPLIED ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH. 19, 3, 1753. -1782. (see details)
  25. Bakhouche, I., T. Aliat, T. Boubellouta, L. Gali, A. Sen and Y. Bellik (2021) Phenolic contents and in vitro antioxidant, anti-tyrosinase, and anti-inflammatory effects of leaves and roots extracts of the halophyte Limonium delicatulum. South African Journal of Botany. 139, 42-49. (see details)
  26. Bakr, RO; El-Behairy, MF; Elissawy, AM; Elimam, H; Fayed, MAA (2021) New Adenosine Derivatives from Aizoon canariense L.: In Vitro Anticholinesterase, Antimicrobial, and Cytotoxic Evaluation of Its Extracts. MOLECULES. 26, 5, (see details)
  27. Barhoumi, Z., A. A. Hussain and A. Atia (2021) Physiological Response of Avicennia marina to Salinity and Recovery. Russian Journal of Plant Physiology. 68, 4, 696-707. (see details)
  28. Barros, N. L. F., D. N. Marques, L. B. A. Tadaiesky and C. R. B. de Souza (2021) Halophytes and other molecular strategies for the generation of salt-tolerant crops. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 162, 581-591. (see details)
  29. Batog, J., K. Bujnowicz, W. Gieparda, A. Wawro and S. Rojewski (2021) Effective Utilisation of Halophyte Biomass from Saline Soils for Biorefinering Processes. Molecules. 26, 17, 14. (see details)
  30. Baysal, I., M. Ekizoglu, A. Ertas, B. Temiz, H. G. Agalar, S. Yabanoglu-Ciftci, H. Temel, G. Ucar and F. P. Turkmenoglu (2021) Identification of Phenolic Compounds by LC-MS/MS and Evaluation of Bioactive Properties of Two Edible Halophytes: Limonium effusum and L. sinuatum. Molecules. 26, 13, 18. (see details)
  31. Bazile, D., F. Andreotti, C. Biaggi, A. C. Murillo, M. Chevarria-Lazo, E. Chura, G. Garland, J. A. Gonzalez, A. Mujica-Sanchez and M. E. Tapia-Nunez (2021) The Quinoa at the time of COVID-19: new coordination between Andean producers. Cahiers Agricultures. 30, 7. (see details)
  32. Bekmirzaev, G., B. Ouddane, J. Beltrao, M. Khamidov, Y. Fujii and A. Sugiyama (2021) Effects of Salinity on the Macro- and Micronutrient Contents of a Halophytic Plant Species (Portulaca oleracea L.). Land. 10, 5, (see details)
  33. Ben Hamed, K., A. Castagna, A. Ranieri, P. Garcia-Caparros, M. Santin, J. A. Hernandez and G. B. Espin (2021) Halophyte based Mediterranean agriculture in the contexts of food insecurity and global climate change. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 191, 11. (see details)
  34. Beyer, C. P., S. Gomez, G. Lara, J. P. Monsalve, J. Orellana and C. F. Hurtado (2021) Sarcocornia neei: A novel halophyte species for bioremediation of marine aquaculture wastewater and production diversification in integrated systems. Aquaculture. 543, 13. (see details)
  35. Bhattacharjee, S; Habib, F; Darwish, N; Shanableh, A (2021) Iron sulfide nanoparticles prepared using date seed extract: Green synthesis, characterization and potential application for removal of ciprofloxacin and chromium. POWDER TECHNOLOGY. 380, 219. -228. (see details)
  36. Borges, F. O., C. P. Santos, J. R. Paula, E. Mateos-Naranjo, S. Redondo-Gomez, J. B. Adams, I. Cacador, V. F. Fonseca, P. Reis-Santos, B. Duarte and R. Rosa (2021) Invasion and Extirpation Potential of Native and Invasive Spartina Species Under Climate Change. Frontiers in Marine Science. 8, 16. (see details)
  37. Borrajo, CI; Sanchez-Moreiras, AM; Reigosa, MJ (2021) Morpho-physiological, biochemical and isotopic response of tall wheatgrass populations to salt stress. JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY AND CROP SCIENCE. 207, 2, 236. -248. (see details)
  38. Bouslimi, H., R. Ferreira, N. Dridi, P. Brito, S. Martins-Dias, I. Cacador and N. Sleimi (2021) Effects of Barium Stress in Brassica juncea and Cakile maritima: The Indicator Role of Some Antioxidant Enzymes and Secondary Metabolites. Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany. 90, 1, 145-158. (see details)
  39. Brito, P., R. A. Ferreira, S. Martins-Dias, O. M. Azevedo, M. Caetano and I. Cacador (2021) Cerium uptake, translocation and toxicity in the salt marsh halophyte Halimione portulacoides (L.), Aellen. Chemosphere. 266, 11. (see details)
  40. Cabanillas, B., F. Espichan, R. Estrada, E. Neyra and R. Rojas (2021) Metabolomic profile and discrimination of white quinoa seeds from Peru based on UHPLC-HRMS and multivariate analysis. Journal of Cereal Science. 101, 5. (see details)
  41. Cai, D. Y., Y. Xu, F. Zhao, Y. Zhang, H. R. Duan and X. N. Guo (2021) Improved salt tolerance of Chenopodium quinoa Willd. contributed by Pseudomonas sp. strain M30-35. Peerj. 9, (see details)
  42. Calone, R., S. Bregaglio, R. Sanoubar, E. Noli, C. Lambertini and L. Barbanti (2021) Physiological Adaptation to Water Salinity in Six Wild Halophytes Suitable for Mediterranean Agriculture. Plants-Basel. 10, 2, 17. (see details)
  43. Calvo, M. M., A. Tzamourani and O. Martinez-Alvarez (2021) Halophytes as a potential source of melanosis-inhibiting compounds. Mechanism of inhibition of a characterized polyphenol extract of purslane (Portulaca oleracea). Food Chemistry. 355, 8. (see details)
  44. Camille-Madeleine Szymanskya,b, Adele Muscoloc, Margaret Yeob, Louise Colvilleb, Innes Clatworthyd, Tobias Salged, Charlotte E. Sealb (2021) Elemental localisation and a reduced glutathione redox state protect seeds of the halophyte Suaeda maritima from salinity during over-wintering and germination. 190, 104569. (see details)
  45. Cao, J., G. Cheng, L. Wang, T. Maimaitijiang and H. Y. Lan (2021) Genome-Wide Identification and Analysis of the Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxylase Gene Family in Suaeda aralocaspica, an Annual Halophyte With Single-Cellular C-4 Anatomy. Frontiers in Plant Science. 12, 23. (see details)
  46. Cardenas-Perez, S., A. Piernik, J. J. Chanona-Perez, M. N. Grigore and M. J. Perea-Flores (2021) An overview of the emerging trends of the Salicornia L. genus as a sustainable crop. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 191, 15. (see details)
  47. Castillo, J. M., G. Curado, A. F. Munoz-Rodriguez and B. J. Grewell (2021) Germination syndrome divergence among pairs of sympatric sister species along an estuarine salinity gradient. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 181, (see details)
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