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  1. Aronson, J. A. (n.d.) Halophytes - new crops for deserts and coastal areas.. (see details)
  2. 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)
  3. Seaman, J. (?) Mechanisms of salt tolerance in halophytes: can crop plants resistance to salinity be improved?. (see details)
  4. Alharby, H. F., T. D. Colmer and E. G. Barrett-Lennard (2018) Salinization of the soil solution decreases the further accumulation of salt in the root zone of the halophyte Atriplex nummularia Lindl. growing above shallow saline groundwater. Plant Cell and Environment. 41, 1, 99-110. (see details)
  5. Feng, J. X., Y. Y. Lin, Y. Yang, Q. Q. Shen, J. R. Huang, S. G. Wang, X. S. Zhu and Z. F. Li (2018) Tolerance and bioaccumulation of Cd and Cu in Sesuvium portulacastrum. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 147, 306-312. (see details)
  6. Li, Li; Osman, Ghenijan; Salam, Nimaichand; Mohamed, Osama Abdalla; Jiao, Jianyu; Ma, Jinbiao; Asem, Mipeshwaree Devi; Xiao, Min; Li, Wen-Jun (2018) Limoniibacter endophyticus gen. nov., sp. nov., an alphaproteobacterium isolated from the roots of Limonium otolepis.. (see details)
  7. Liu, Z., J. Zhu, X. Yang, H. Wu, Q. Wei, H. Wei and H. Zhang (2018) Growth performance, organ-level ionic relations and organic osmoregulation of Elaeagnus angustifolia in response to salt stress. PloS one. 13, 1, e0191552. (see details)
  8. Ma, Y. L., J. Wang, J. H. Zhang, S. Y. Zhang, Y. X. Liu and H. Y. Lan (2018) Seed Heteromorphism and Effects of Light and Abiotic Stress on Germination of a Typical Annual Halophyte Salsola ferganica in Cold Desert. Frontiers in Plant Science. 8, (see details)
  9. Meixler, MS; Kennish, MJ; Crowley, KF (2018) Assessment of Plant Community Characteristics in Natural and Human-Altered Coastal Marsh Ecosystems. ESTUARIES AND COASTS. 41, 1, 52. -64. (see details)
  10. Monllor, M., P. Soriano, J. V. Llinares, M. Boscaiu and E. Estrelles (2018) Assessing Effects of Temperature Change on Four Limonium Species from Threatened Mediterranean Salt-Affected Habitats. Notulae Botanicae Horti Agrobotanici Cluj-Napoca. 46, 1, 286-291. (see details)
  11. Moreno, C., C. E. Seal and J. Papenbrock (2018) Seed priming improves germination in saline conditions for Chenopodium quinoa and Amaranthus caudatus. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science. 204, 1, 40-48. (see details)
  12. Naz, N., S. Fatima, M. Hameed, M. Ashraf, M. Naseer, F. Ahmad and A. Zahoor (2018) Structural and Functional Aspects of Salt Tolerance in Differently Adapted Ecotypes of Aeluropus lagopoides from Saline Desert Habitats. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology. 20, 1, 41-51. (see details)
  13. Nikalje GC, Srivastava AK, Sablok G, Pandey GK, Nikam TD, Suprasanna P (2018) Identification and validation of reference genes for quantitative real-time PCR under salt stress in a halophyte, Sesuvium portulacastrum. 13, 18. -24. (see details)
  14. Ozturk, O. F., M. K. Shukla, B. Stringam, G. A. Picchioni and C. Gard (2018) Irrigation with brackish water changes evapotranspiration, growth and ion uptake of halophytes. Agricultural Water Management. 195, 142-153. (see details)
  15. Rashid, N., S. M. A. Basra, M. Shahbaz, S. Iqbal and M. B. Hafeez (2018) y Foliar Applied Moringa Leaf Extract Induces Terminal Heat Tolerance in Quinoa. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology. 20, 1, 157-164. (see details)
  16. Rodrigues, M. J., S. Slusarczyk, L. Pecio, A. Matkowski, R. E. Salmas, S. Durdagi, C. Pereira, J. Varela, L. Barreira and L. Custodio (2018) In vitro and in silico approaches to appraise Polygonum maritimum. L. as a source of innovative products with anti-ageing potential. Industrial Crops and Products. 111, 391-399. (see details)
  17. Tran, T. V., F. K. Shu, H. E. Giles and C. J. Lambrides (2018) Salinity tolerance among a large range of bermudagrasses (Cynodon spp.) relative to other halophytic and non-halophytic perennial C-4 grasses. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 145, 121-129. (see details)
  18. Xue, L., X. Z. Li, Z. Z. Yan, Q. Zhang, W. H. Ding, X. Huang, B. Tian, Z. Ge and Q. Yin (2018) Native and non-native halophytes resiliency against sea-level rise and saltwater intrusion. Hydrobiologia. 806, 1, 47-65. (see details)
  19. Yang, A., S. S. Akhtar, S. Iqbal, Z. Qi, G. Alandia, M. S. Saddiq and S. E. Jacobsen (2018) Saponin seed priming improves salt tolerance in quinoa. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science. 204, 1, 31-39. (see details)
  20. Abbasi, S. B., B. Gul, N. Khan, S. Gulzar and M. Z. Ahmed (2017) EFFECT OF HUMIC ACID ON SEED GERMINATION OF SUB-TROPICAL HALOPHYTES UNDER SALT STRESS. Pakistan Journal of Botany. 49, 6, 2079-2088. (see details)
  21. Abdallah, H. M. and A. Esmat (2017) Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities of the major phenolics from Zygophyllum simplex L. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 205, 51-56. (see details)
  22. Abdallah, H. M. I., A. I. Elshamy, A. G. El Gendy, A. M. Abd El-Gawad, E. A. Omer, M. De Leo and L. Pistelli (2017) Anti-inflammatory, Antipyretic, and Antinociceptive Effects of a Cressa cretica Aqueous Extract. Planta Medica. 83, 17, 1313-1320. (see details)
  23. Abtahi, M. and E. E. Zandi (2017) EFFECTS OF PHENOLOGICAL STAGE ON FORAGE QUALITY OF HALOPHYTE SPECIES SALSOLA ARBUSCULA PALL. IN THE CENTRAL DESERT OF IRAN. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research. 15, 3, 901-909. (see details)
  24. Akcin, T. A., A. Akcin and E. Yalcin (2017) Anatomical changes induced by salinity stress in Salicornia freitagii (Amaranthaceae). Brazilian Journal of Botany. 40, 4, 1013-1018. (see details)
  25. Akhtar, N., M. Hameed, F. Nawaz, K. S. Ahmad, A. Hamid, C. Segovia-Salcedo and M. M. Shahnaz (2017) Leaf anatomical and biochemical adaptations in &ITTypha domingensisi&IT pers. ecotypes for salinity tolerance. Botanical Sciences. 95, 4, 807-821. (see details)
  26. Al Hassan, M., E. Estrelles, P. Soriano, M. P. Lopez-Gresa, J. M. Belles, M. Boscaiu and O. Vicente (2017) Unraveling Salt Tolerance Mechanisms in Halophytes: A Comparative Study on Four Mediterranean Limonium Species with Different Geographic Distribution Patterns. Frontiers in Plant Science. 8, (see details)
  27. Al Hassan, M., J. Chaura, M. P. Donat-Torres, M. Boscaiu and O. Vicente (2017) Antioxidant responses under salinity and drought in three closely related wild monocots with different ecological optima. Aob Plants. 9, (see details)
  28. Al Marzooqi, F. and L. F. Yousef (2017) Biological response of a sandy soil treated with biochar derived from a halophyte (Salicornia bigelovii). Applied Soil Ecology. 114, 9-15. (see details)
  29. Al-Dubai, TA; Abu-Zied, RH; Basaham, AS (2017) Present environmental status of Al-Kharrar Lagoon, central of the eastern Red Sea coast, Saudi Arabia. ARABIAN JOURNAL OF GEOSCIENCES. 10, 14, (see details)
  30. Al-Taisan, W. A. and D. G. Gabr (2017) Comparative morphological and anatomical characters of Cakile arabica from different habitat in eastern region of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences. 24, 1, 226-233. (see details)
  31. Al-Turki, T. A., K. Swarupanandan and A. J. Davy (2017) A re-examination of the Salicornias (Amaranthaceae) of Saudi Arabia and their polymorphs. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences. 24, 7, 1588-1600. (see details)
  32. Alassali, A., I. Cybulska, A. R. Galvan and M. H. Thomsen (2017) Wet fractionation of the succulent halophyte Salicornia sinus-persica, with the aim of low input (water saving) biorefining into bioethanol. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 101, 4, 1769-1779. (see details)
  33. Ali, A. and D. J. Yun (2017) Salt stress tolerance; what do we learn from halophytes?. Journal of Plant Biology. 60, 5, 431-439. (see details)
  34. Alipour, V., F. Moein and L. Rezaei (2017) Determining the Salt Tolerance Threshold for Biological Treatment of Salty Wastewater. Health Scope. 6, 1, (see details)
  35. Alonso, M. F., C. Orellana, S. Valdes and F. J. Diaz (2017) Effect of salinity on the germination of Sarcocornia neei (Chenopodiaceae) from two contrasting habitats. Seed Science and Technology. 45, 1, 252-258. (see details)
  36. Aman, S., N. ul Haq, S. Ahmed and S. N. Shakeel (2017) Identifications and Validations of Reference Genes for Gene Expression Data Normalization of Chenopodium album. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology. 19, 4, 761-770. (see details)
  37. Amari, T., T. Ghnaya and C. Abdelly (2017) Nickel, cadmium and lead phytotoxicity and potential of halophytic plants in heavy metal extraction. South African Journal of Botany. 111, 99-110. (see details)
  38. Amini, F., Z. Ghanbarzadeh and M. Askary (2017) Biochemical and Physiological Response of Salsola arbuscula Callus to Salt Stress. Iranian Journal of Science and Technology Transaction a-Science. 41, A2, 321-328. (see details)
  39. Andrade, DJ; Weber, OB; Crisostomo, LA; da Silva, CF; Loiola, MIB; Quaresma, AS; Ferreira, RNC; Pagano, MC; Saggin, JO (2017) Incidence and diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and successor herbaceous plants in an agro-system irrigated with produced water. SYMBIOSIS. 71, 3, 223. -232. (see details)
  40. Angelova, L., A. Ivanova, S. Momchilova, A. Momchilova and L. Maslenkova (2017) FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC APPARATUS OF LACTUCA TATARICA (ASTERACEAE) - A HALOPHYTE PLANT FROM BLACK SEA COAST. Comptes Rendus De L Academie Bulgare Des Sciences. 70, 10, 1407-1412. (see details)
  41. Antisari, L. V., C. Ferronato, E. Pellegrini, F. Boscutti, V. Casolo, M. de Nobili and G. Vianello (2017) Soil properties and plant community relationship in a saltmarsh of the Grado and Marano lagoon (northern Italy). Journal of Soils and Sediments. 17, 7, 1862-1873. (see details)
  42. Antoniadis, V., T. Polyzois, E. E. Golia and S. A. Petropoulos (2017) Hexavalent chromium availability and phytoremediation potential of Cichorium spinosum as affect by manure, zeolite and soil ageing. Chemosphere. 171, 729-734. (see details)
  43. Arora, S. and G. G. Rao (2017) Bio-amelioration of Salt-Affected Soils Through Halophyte Plant Species. Bioremediation of Salt Affected Soils: An Indian Perspective. 71-85. (see details)
  44. Asrar, H; Hussain, T; Hadi, SMS; Gul, B; Nielsen, BL; Khan, MA (2017) Salinity induced changes in light harvesting and carbon assimilating complexes of Desmostachya bipinnata (L.) Staph.. ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY. 135, 86. -95. (see details)
  45. Atzori, G., A. C. de Vos, M. van Rijsselberghe, P. Vignolini, J. Rozema, S. Mancuso and P. M. van Bodegom (2017) Effects of increased seawater salinity irrigation on growth and quality of the edible halophyte Mesembryanthemum crystallinum L. under field conditions. Agricultural Water Management. 187, 37-46. (see details)
  46. Bae, M. J., F. Karadeniz, J. H. Oh, G. H. Yu, M. S. Jang, K. H. Nam, Y. Seo and C. S. Kong (2017) MMP-Inhibitory Effects of Flavonoid Glycosides from Edible Medicinal Halophyte Limonium tetragonum. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. (see details)
  47. Bagheri, H., A. Ghorbani, M. A. Z. Chahouki, A. A. Jafari and K. Sefidy (2017) HALOPHYTE SPECIES DISTRIBUTION MODELING WITH MAXENT MODEL IN THE SURROUNDING RANGELANDS OF MEIGHAN PLAYA, IRAN. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research. 15, 3, 1473-1484. (see details)
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