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  3. 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)
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  13. Al-Omar, MS; Eldeeb, HM; Mobark, MA; Mohammed, HA (2020) Antimicrobial activity and histopathological safety evidence of Ochradenus baccatus Delile: A medicinally important plant growing in Saudi Arabia. PHARMACOGNOSY RESEARCH. 12, 2, 131. -136. (see details)
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  15. Alnuqaydan, A. M. and B. Rah (2020) Comparative assessment of biological activities of different parts of halophytic plant Tamarix articulata (T. articulata) growing in Saudi Arabia. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences. 27, 10, 2586-2592. (see details)
  16. Alvar-Beltran, J., L. Verdi, A. D. Marta, A. Dao, R. Vivoli, J. Sanou and S. Orlandini (2020) The effect of heat stress on quinoa (cv. Titicaca) under controlled climatic conditions. Journal of Agricultural Science. 158, 4, 255-261. (see details)
  17. 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)
  18. 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)
  19. Anbarasi, G., M. P. Amlmoorthy, E. Karunya and S. T. Somasundaram (2020) Seed germination ability and protein profiling of salt marsh plants at different concentration of sodium chloride. Indian Journal of Geo-Marine Sciences. 49, 5, 757-765. (see details)
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  22. Arena, R., S. Manuguerra, E. Collins, A. Mahdhi, G. Renda, C. M. Messina and A. Santulli (2020) Antioxidant Properties of a Supercritical Fluid Extract of the Halophyte Mesembryanthemum nodiflorum L. from Sicilian Coasts: Nutraceutical and Cosmeceutical Applications. Applied Sciences-Basel. 10, 7, (see details)
  23. 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)
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  27. 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)
  28. Ben Saad, R., W. Ben Romdhane, N. Zouari, A. Ben Hsouna, M. Harbaoui, F. Brini and T. Ghneim-Herrera (2020) Characterization of a novel LmSAP gene promoter from Lobularia maritima: Tissue specificity and environmental stress responsiveness. Plos One. 15, 7, (see details)
  29. 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)
  30. Benny, Jubina; Marchese, Annalisa; Giovino, Antonio; Marra, Francesco Paolo; Perrone, Anna; Caruso, Tiziano; Martinelli, Federico (2020) Gaining Insight into Exclusive and Common Transcriptomic Features Linked to Drought and Salinity Responses across Fruit Tree Crops.. 9, 9, (see details)
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  32. Bhatt, A., W. Batista-Silva, D. J. Gallacher and M. F. Pompelli (2020) Germination of Cenchrus ciliaris, Pennisetum divisum, and Panicum turgidum is seasonally dependent. Botany. 98, 8, 449-458. (see details)
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  36. 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)
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  39. 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)
  40. Camalle, M., D. Standing, M. Jitan, R. Muhaisen, N. Bader, M. Bsoul, Y. Ventura, A. Soltabayeva and M. Sagi (2020) Effect of Salinity and Nitrogen Sources on the Leaf Quality, Biomass, and Metabolic Responses of Two Ecotypes of Portulaca oleracea. Agronomy-Basel. 10, 5, (see details)
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  45. Casas, C; Di Bella, CE; Lattanzi, FA; Schwab, M; Clavijo, P; Schaufele, R; Druille, M; Grimoldi, AA (2020) A highly productive grass improves chemical and biological properties but does not aggregate stability in saline-sodic lowlands in Argentina. ARCHIVES OF AGRONOMY AND SOIL SCIENCE. 66, 11, 1532. -1545. (see details)
  46. 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)
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