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  17. 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)
  18. 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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  25. 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)
  26. 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)
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  28. 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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  46. 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)
  47. Emoyoma, UO; Numbere, AO; Woke, GN (2020) Impact of Nypa Palm (Nypa fruticans Wurmb) and Mangroves Forest on Benthic Macro Invertebrate Community in Andoni River, Nigeria. INTERNATIONAL LETTERS OF NATURAL SCIENCES. 77, 51. -62. (see details)
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