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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. 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)
  5. 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)
  6. 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)
  7. 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)
  8. 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)
  9. 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)
  10. 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)
  11. 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)
  12. 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)
  13. 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)
  14. 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)
  15. 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)
  16. 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)
  17. 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)
  18. 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)
  19. 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)
  20. Jallali, I., P. W. Teguo, A. Smaoui, J. M. Merillon, C. Abdelly and R. Ksouri (2020) Bio-guided fractionation and characterization of powerful antioxidant compounds from the halophyte Inula crithmoides. Arabian Journal of Chemistry. 13, 1, 2680-2688. (see details)
  21. Kuster, V. C., L. C. da Silva and R. Meira (2020) Anatomical and histochemical evidence of leaf salt glands in Jacquinia armillaris Jacq. (Primulaceae). Flora. 262, (see details)
  22. Li, N., L. W. Li, Y. L. Zhang and M. Wu (2020) Monitoring of the invasion of Spartina alterniflora from 1985 to 2015 in Zhejiang Province, China. Bmc Ecology. 20, 1, (see details)
  23. Liu, X. H., J. S. Cheng, F. D. Jiang, M. X. Liang, J. J. Han, J. Zhang, H. X. Zhang and X. L. Tang (2020) The Tonoplast Intrinsic Protein Gene KvTIP3 is Responsive to Different Abiotic Stresses in Kosteletzkya virginica. Biomed Research International. 2020, (see details)
  24. Ma, Y. C., Y. Yang, R. R. Liu, Q. Li and J. Song (2020) Adaptation of euhalophyte Suaeda salsa to nitrogen starvation under salinity. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 146, 287-293. (see details)
  25. Moghaddam, M. H. S., N. Safaie, J. Soltani and A. Pasdaran (2020) Endophytic association of bioactive and halotolerant Humicola fuscoatra with halophytic plants, and its capability of producing anthraquinone and anthranol derivatives. Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek International Journal of General and Molecular Microbiology. 113, 2, 279-291. (see details)
  26. Munir, N., Z. Abideen and N. Sharif (2020) Development of halophytes as energy feedstock by applying genetic manipulations. Frontiers in Life Science. 13, 1, 1-10. (see details)
  27. Newete, S. W., S. M. Allem, N. Venter and M. J. Byrne (2020) Tamarix efficiency in salt excretion and physiological tolerance to salt-induced stress in South Africa. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 22, 1, 3-9. (see details)
  28. Orrego, F., C. Ortiz-Calderon, S. Lutts and R. Ginocchio (2020) Growth and physiological effects of single and combined Cu, NaCl, and water stresses on Atriplex atacamensis and A. halimus. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 169, (see details)
  29. Parvez, S., G. Abbas, M. Shahid, M. Amjad, M. Hussain, S. A. Asad, M. Imran and M. A. Naeem (2020) Effect of salinity on physiological, biochemical and photostabilizing attributes of two genotypes of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) exposed to arsenic stress. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 187, (see details)
  30. Perez-Romero, J. A., J. M. Barcia-Piedras, S. Redondo-Gomez and E. Mateos-Naranjo (2020) Sarcocornia fruticosa photosynthetic response to short-term extreme temperature events in combination with optimal and sub-optimal salinity concentrations. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 148, 45-52. (see details)
  31. Pinheiro, I., R. F. S. Carneiro, F. D. Vieira, L. V. Gonzaga, R. Fett, A. C. D. Costa, F. J. Magallon-Barajas and W. Q. Seiffert (2020) Aquaponic production of Sarcocornia ambigua and Pacific white shrimp in biofloc system at different salinities. Aquaculture. 519, (see details)
  32. Rehman, N., M. R. Khan, Z. Abbas, R. S. Rafique, M. Zaynab, M. Qasim, S. Noor, S. Inam and G. M. Ali (2020) Functional characterization of Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase Kinase (MAPKK) gene in Halophytic Salicornia europaea against salt stress. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 171, (see details)
  33. Rodrigues, M. J., I. Monteiro, V. Castaneda-Loaiza, C. Placines, M. C. Oliveira, C. Reis, A. D. Caperta, F. Soares, P. Pousao-Ferreira, C. Pereira and L. Custodio (2020) Growth performance, in vitro antioxidant properties and chemical composition of the halophyte Limonium algarvense Erben are strongly influenced by the irrigation salinity. Industrial Crops and Products. 143, (see details)
  34. Wu, P. P., S. Cogill, Y. J. Qiu, Z. G. Li, M. Zhou, Q. Hu, Z. H. Chang, R. E. Noorai, X. X. Xia, C. Saski, P. Raymer and H. Luo (2020) Comparative transcriptome profiling provides insights into plant salt tolerance in seashore paspalum (Paspalum vaginatum). Bmc Genomics. 21, 1, (see details)
  35. Xiong, Y. P., H. Z. Liang, H. F. Yan, B. Y. Guo, M. Y. Niu, S. Y. Chen, S. G. Jian, H. Ren, X. H. Zhang, Y. Li, S. J. Zeng, K. L. Wu, F. Zheng, J. A. T. da Silva and G. H. Ma (2020) NaCl-induced stress: physiological responses of six halophyte species in in vitro and in vivo culture (vol 139, pg 531, 2019). Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture. 140, 2, 469-471. (see details)
  36. Zhang, S. L., X. L. Ni, M. Arif, Z. X. Yuan, L. J. Li and C. X. Li (2020) Salinity influences Cd accumulation and distribution characteristics in two contrasting halophytes, Suaeda glauca and Limonium aureum. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 191, (see details)
  37. (2019) Halophytes and Climate Change: Adaptive Mechanisms and Potential Uses. Halophytes and Climate Change: Adaptive Mechanisms and Potential Uses. 1-386. (see details)
  38. Abd-ElGawad, A. M., A. I. Elshamy, S. L. Al-Rowaily and Y. A. El-Amier (2019) Habitat Affects the Chemical Profile, Allelopathy, and Antioxidant Properties of Essential Oils and Phenolic Enriched Extracts of the Invasive Plant Heliotropium Curassavicum. Plants-Basel. 8, 11, (see details)
  39. Abdollahzadeh, T., A. Niazi, A. Moghadam, Z. Heydarian, R. Ghasemi-Fasaei, E. Kaviani and N. Pourdad (2019) Phytoremediation of petroleum-contaminated soil by Salicornia: from PSY activity to physiological and morphological communications. Environmental Technology. 40, 21, 2789-2801. (see details)
  41. Al-Barakah, F. N. I. and M. Sohaib (2019) Evaluating the germination response of Chenopodium quinoa seeds to bacterial inoculation under different germination media and salinity conditions. Seed Science and Technology. 47, 2, 161-169. (see details)
  42. Alegro, A., V. Segota, N. Koletic, N. Vukovic, T. Vilovic and A. Rimac (2019) Glaux maritima L. (Primulaceae), a new plant species in SE Europe. Acta Botanica Croatica. 78, 1, 95-98. (see details)
  43. Aleman, A., D. Marin, D. Taladrid, P. Montero and M. C. Gomez-Guillen (2019) Encapsulation of antioxidant sea fennel (Crithmum maritimum) aqueous and ethanolic extracts in freeze-dried soy phosphatidylcholine liposomes. Food Research International. 119, 665-674. (see details)
  44. Ali, O. I., R. Fghire, F. Anaya, O. Benlhabib and S. Wahbi (2019) Physiological and Morphological Responses of two Quinoa Cultivars (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) to Drought Stress. Gesunde Pflanzen. 71, 2, 123-133. (see details)
  45. Alnuqaydan, A. M. and B. Rah (2019) Tamarix articulata (T. articulata) - An Important Halophytic Medicinal Plant with Potential Pharmacological Properties. Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology. 20, 4, 285-292. (see details)
  46. Alzuaibr, F. M. (2019) Potential Use of Atriplex halimus L. Shrubbery as Fodder in Arid Zones of Saudi Arabia. Bioscience Research. 16, 3, 2821-2828. (see details)
  47. Amoozegar, M. A., A. Safarpour, K. A. Noghabi, T. Bakhtiary and A. Ventosa (2019) Halophiles and Their Vast Potential in Biofuel Production. Frontiers in Microbiology. 10, (see details)
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