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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. 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)
  4. Abd-Elrahman, A. M. (2020) The Response of Two Halophytic Species to Crude Oil-Contaminated Soil in the Northern Western Region of Egypt. Catrina-the International Journal of Environmental Sciences. 20, 1, 59-68. (see details)
  5. Agarie, S,, Umemoto, M,, Sunagawa, H., Anai, T., and Cushman, JC (2020) An Agrobacterium-mediated transformation via organogenesis regeneration of a facultative CAM plant, the common ice plant Mesembryanthemum crystallinum L. Just accepted, (see details)
  6. Akyol, T. Y., O. Yilmaz, B. Uzilday, R. O. Uzilday and I. Turkan (2020) Plant response to salinity: an analysis of ROS formation, signaling, and antioxidant defense. Turkish Journal of Botany. 44, 1, 1-13. (see details)
  7. Amari, T., A. Souid, R. Ghabriche, M. Porrini, S. Lutts, G. A. Sacchi, C. Abdelly and T. Ghnaya (2020) Why Does the Halophyte Mesembryanthemum crystallinum Better Tolerate Ni Toxicity than Brassica juncea: Implication of Antioxidant Defense Systems. Plants-Basel. 9, 3, (see details)
  8. Amari, T., Souid, A., Ghabriche, R., Porrini, M., Lutts, S., Sacchi, G. A., Abdelly, C., and Ghnaya, T. (2020) Why Does the Halophyte Mesembryanthemum crystallinum Better Tolerate Ni Toxicity than Brassica juncea: Implication of Antioxidant Defense Systems. 9, 1. -17. (see details)
  9. Angeli, V., P. M. Silva, D. C. Massuela, M. W. Khan, A. Hamar, F. Khajehei, S. Graeff-Honninger and C. Piatti (2020) Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.): An Overview of the Potentials of the "Golden Grain" and Socio-Economic and Environmental Aspects of Its Cultivation and Marketization. Foods. 9, 2, (see details)
  10. Asrar, H., T. Hussain, M. Qasim, B. L. Nielsen, B. Gul and M. A. Khan (2020) Salt induced modulations in antioxidative defense system of Desmostachya bipinnata. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 147, 113-124. (see details)
  11. Behdad, A., S. Mohsenzadeh, M. Azizi and N. Moshtaghi (2020) Salinity effects on physiological and phytochemical characteristics and gene expression of two Glycyrrhiza glabra L. populations. Phytochemistry. 171, (see details)
  12. Ben Amor, N., A. Jimenez, M. Boudabbous, F. Sevilla and C. Abdelly (2020) Chloroplast Implication in the Tolerance to Salinity of the Halophyte Cakile maritima. Russian Journal of Plant Physiology. 67, 3, 507-514. (see details)
  13. Benjamin, J. J., B. Miras-Moreno, F. Araniti, H. Salehi, L. Bernardo, A. Parida and L. Lucini (2020) Proteomics Revealed Distinct Responses to Salinity between the Halophytes Suaeda maritima (L.) Dumort and Salicornia brachiata (Roxb). Plants-Basel. 9, 2, (see details)
  14. Bhatt, A., S. Gairola, M. M. Caron, A. Santo, V. Murru, A. El-Keblawy and T. Mahmoud (2020) Effects of light, temperature, salinity, and maternal habitat on seed germination of Aeluropus lagopoides (Poaceae): an economically important halophyte of arid Arabian deserts. Botany. 98, 2, 117-125. (see details)
  15. Brito, P., M. Mil-Homens, I. Cacador and M. Caetano (2020) Changes in REE fractionation induced by the halophyte plant Halimione portulacoides, from SW European salt marshes. Marine Chemistry. 223, (see details)
  16. Bueno, M., Lendínez, M. L., Calero, J., & del Pilar Cordovilla, M. (2020) Salinity responses of three halophytes from inland saltmarshes of Jaén (southern Spain).. 266, 151589. (see details)
  17. Bueno, M., M. L. Lendinez, J. Calero and M. D. Cordovilla (2020) Salinity responses of three halophytes from inland saltmarshes of Jaen (southern Spain). Flora. 266, (see details)
  18. Cai, Z. Q. and Q. Gao (2020) Comparative physiological and biochemical mechanisms of salt tolerance in five contrasting highland quinoa cultivars. Bmc Plant Biology. 20, 1, (see details)
  19. Calone, R., R. Sanoubar, E. Noli and L. Barbanti (2020) Assessing Salicornia europaea Tolerance to Salinity at Seed Germination Stage. Agriculture-Basel. 10, 2, (see details)
  20. Camacho-Sanchez, M., J. M. Barcia-Piedras, S. Redondo-Gomez and M. Camacho (2020) Mediterranean seasonality and the halophyte Arthrocnemum macrostachyum determine the bacterial community in salt marsh soils in Southwest Spain. Applied Soil Ecology. 151, (see details)
  21. Cao, Q. Q., B. M. Yang, J. R. Li, R. S. Wang, T. Liu and H. J. Xiao (2020) Characteristics of soil water and salt associated with Tamarix ramosissima communities during normal and dry periods in a semi-arid saline environment. Catena. 193, (see details)
  22. Carreiras, J., J. A. Perez-Romero, E. Mateos-Naranjo, S. Redondo-Gomez, A. R. Matos, I. Cacador and B. Duarte (2020) The effect of heavy metal contamination pre-conditioning in the heat stress tolerance of native and invasive Mediterranean halophytes. Ecological Indicators. 111, (see details)
  23. Castaneda-Loaiza, V., C. Placines, M. J. Rodrigues, C. Pereira, G. Zengin, A. Uysal, J. Jeko, Z. Cziaky, C. P. Reis, M. M. Gaspar and L. Custodio (2020) If you cannot beat them, join them: Exploring the fruits of the invasive species Carpobrotus edulis (L.) NE Br as a source of bioactive products. Industrial Crops and Products. 144, (see details)
  24. Causin, H. F., D. A. E. Bordon and H. Burrieza (2020) Salinity tolerance mechanisms during germination and early seedling growth in Chenopodium quinoa Wild. genotypes with different sensitivity to saline stress. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 172, (see details)
  25. Chalbi, A., B. Sghaier-Hammamil, G. Meca, J. M. Quiles, C. Abdelly, C. Marangi, A. N. F. Logrieco, A. Moretti and M. Masiello (2020) Characterization of mycotoxigenic Alternaria species isolated from the Tunisian halophyte Cakile maritima. Phytopathologia Mediterranea. 59, 1, 107-118. (see details)
  26. Chen, H. W. and L. Huang (2020) CORRELATION BETWEEN LONG-TERM FERTILIZATION AND SOIL ENZYME ACTIVITY IN THE RHIZOSPHERE OF HALOPHYTES. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research. 18, 2, 2669-2685. (see details)
  27. Cheng, Z. B., J. Y. Wang, W. J. Gale, H. C. Yang and F. H. Zhang (2020) Soil aggregation and aggregate-associated organic carbon under typical natural halophyte communities in arid saline areas of Northwest China. Pedosphere. 30, 2, 236-243. (see details)
  28. Cortinhas, A., A. D. Caperta, G. Teixeira, L. Carvalho and M. M. Abreu (2020) Harnessing sediments of coastal aquaculture ponds through technosols construction for halophyte cultivation using saline water irrigation. Journal of Environmental Management. 261, (see details)
  29. Cosic, M., M. M. Vijicic, M. S. Sabovljevic and A. D. Sabovljevic (2020) Effects of salt on selected bryophyte species tested under controlled conditions. Botanica Serbica. 44, 1, 27-35. (see details)
  30. Custodio, M., E. Maciel, M. R. Domingues, A. I. Lillebo and R. Calado (2020) Nutrient availability affects the polar lipidome of Halimione portulacoides leaves cultured in hydroponics. Scientific Reports. 10, 1, (see details)
  31. Deng, L. F., F. Zhang, Y. X. Qi and J. Yuan (2020) Identification of Sodium Ion Spectral Characteristics of Halophytes Based on Parameter Optimized SVM Method. Spectroscopy and Spectral Analysis. 40, 1, 247-254. (see details)
  32. Derbali, W., R. Goussi, H. W. Koyro, C. Abdelly and A. Manaa (2020) Physiological and biochemical markers for screening salt tolerant quinoa genotypes at early seedling stage. Journal of Plant Interactions. 15, 1, 27-38. (see details)
  33. El-Keblawy, A., A. Elnaggar, A. Tammam and K. A. Mosa (2020) Seed provenance affects salt tolerance and germination response of the habitat-indifferent Salsola drummondii halophyte in the arid Arabian deserts. Flora. 266, (see details)
  34. Etemadi, N., M. M?ller, M. Etemadi, M. G. Brand?n, J. Ascher-Jenull and H. Insam (2020) Salt tolerance of Cressa cretica and its rhizosphere microbiota. Biologia. 75, 3, 355-366. (see details)
  35. Feng, L; Xu, WL; Sun, NC; Mandal, S; Wang, HL; Geng, ZC (2020) Efficient improvement of soil salinization through phytoremediation induced by chemical remediation in extreme arid land northwest China. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHYTOREMEDIATION. 22, 3, 334. -341. (see details)
  36. Gallego-Tevar, B., B. J. Grewell, E. Figueroa and J. M. Castillo (2020) The role of exotic and native hybrids during ecological succession in salt marshes. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 523, (see details)
  37. Gao, Y. L., M. N. Li, X. X. Zhang, Q. C. Yang and B. R. Huang (2020) Up-regulation of lipid metabolism and glycine betaine synthesis are associated with choline-induced salt tolerance in halophytic seashore paspalum. Plant Cell and Environment. 43, 1, 159-173. (see details)
  38. Garcia-Parra, M., A. Zurita-Silva, R. Stechauner, D. F. Roa and S. E. Jacobsen (2020) Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) and its relationship with agroclimatic characteristics: A Colombian perspective. Chilean Journal of Agricultural Research. 80, 2, 290-302. (see details)
  39. Garza-Torres, R., E. Troyo-Dieguez, A. Nieto-Garibay, G. Lucero-Vega, F. J. Magallon-Barajas, E. Garcia-Galindo, Y. Fimbres-Acedo and B. Murillo-Amador (2020) Environmental and Management Considerations for Adopting the Halophyte Salicornia bigelovii Torr. as a Sustainable Seawater-Irrigated Crop. Sustainability. 12, 2, (see details)
  40. Golicz, A. A., U. Steinfort, H. Arya, M. B. Singh and P. L. Bhalla (2020) Analysis of the quinoa genome reveals conservation and divergence of the flowering pathways. Functional & Integrative Genomics. 20, 2, 245-258. (see details)
  41. Gonz?lez-Orenga, S., J. V. Llinares, M. Al Hassan, A. Fita, F. Collado, P. Lis?n, O. Vicente and M. Boscaiu (2020) Physiological and morphological characterisation of Limonium species in their natural habitats: Insights into their abiotic stress responses. Plant and Soil. 449, 1-2, 267-284. (see details)
  42. Guan, Q. J., B. W. Tan, T. M. Kelley, J. K. Tian and S. X. Chen (2020) Physiological Changes in Mesembryanthemum crystallinum During the C-3 to CAM Transition Induced by Salt Stress. Frontiers in Plant Science. 11, (see details)
  43. Guarino, F., K. B. Ruiz, S. Castiglione, A. Cicatelli and S. Biondi (2020) The combined effect of Cr(III) and NaCl determines changes in metal uptake, nutrient content, and gene expression in quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.). Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 193, (see details)
  44. Guo, H., Y. N. Cui, Y. Q. Pan, S. M. Wang and A. K. Bao (2020) Sodium chloride facilitates the secretohalophyte Atriplex canescens adaptation to drought stress. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 150, 99-108. (see details)
  45. Guo, R., L. Zhao, K. J. Zhang, D. Gao and C. W. Yang (2020) Genome of extreme halophyte Puccinellia tenuiflora. Bmc Genomics. 21, 1, (see details)
  46. He, J., Chua, E. L., and Qin, L. (2020) Drought does not induce crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) but regulates photosynthesis and enhances nutritional quality of Mesembryanthemum crystallinum.. 15, 3, e0229897. (see details)
  47. Hu, H. G., X. H. Hu and Z. M. Zhang (2020) Physiological and Growth Responses of Halophyte Zoysia macrostachya to Increasing Salinity. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology. 23, 1, 54-62. (see details)
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