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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. Acar, R. and N. Koc (2019) THE DETERMINATION OF YIELD AND SOME YIELD COMPONENTS OF DIFFERENT FORAGE KOCHIA (KOCHIA PROSTRATA (L.) SCHRAD.) PHENOTYPES COLLECTED AND GROWN FROM NATURAL AREAS. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin. 28, 2A, 1429-1433. (see details)
  5. 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)
  6. 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)
  7. Atzori, G., S. Mancuso and E. Masi (2019) Seawater potential use in soilless culture: A review. Scientia Horticulturae. 249, 199-207. (see details)
  8. Aurélie Boisnoir, Pierre-Yves Pascal, Sébastien Cordonnier, Rodolphe Lemée (2019) Spatio-temporal dynamics and biotic substrate preferences of benthic dino fl agellates in the Lesser Antilles, Caribbean sea. 81, 18. -29. (see details)
  9. Barhoumi, Z. (2019) Physiological response of the facultative halophyte, Aeluropus littoralis, to different salt types and levels. Plant Biosystems. 153, 2, 298-305. (see details)
  10. Bazihizina, N., T. D. Colmer, T. A. Cuin, S. Mancuso and S. Shabala (2019) Friend or Foe? Chloride Patterning in Halophytes. Trends in Plant Science. 24, 2, 142-151. (see details)
  11. Benjamin, J. J., L. Lucini, S. Jothiramshekar and A. Parida (2019) Metabolomic insights into the mechanisms underlying tolerance to salinity in different halophytes. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 135, 528-545. (see details)
  12. Cheng, M. M., P. M. Kopittke, A. A. Wang and C. X. Tang (2019) Salinity decreases Cd translocation by altering Cd speciation in the halophytic Cd-accumulator Carpobrotus rossii. Annals of Botany. 123, 1, 121-132. (see details)
  13. Daba, A. W., A. S. Qureshi and B. N. Nisaren (2019) Evaluation of Some Rhodes Grass (Chloris gayana) Genotypes for Their Salt Tolerance, Biomass Yield and Nutrient Composition. Applied Sciences-Basel. 9, 1, 12. (see details)
  14. Deng, L. F., F. Zhang, H. W. Zhang, X. L. Zhang and J. Yuan (2019) Analysis of the Spectral Characteristics of Haloxylon Ammodendron under Water Stress. Spectroscopy and Spectral Analysis. 39, 1, 210-215. (see details)
  15. Denis, Boucaud-Maitre; Xavier, Cachet; Chouaha, Bouzidi; et al. (2019) Severity of manchineel fruit (Hippomane mancinella) poisoning: A retrospective case series of 97 patients from French Poison Control Centers . 161, 28. -32. (see details)
  16. Eissa, M. A. (2019) Effect of Compost and Biochar on Heavy Metals Phytostabilization by the Halophytic Plant Old Man Saltbush Atriplex Nummularia Lindl. Soil & Sediment Contamination. 28, 2, 135-147. (see details)
  17. Eissa, M. A. and A. H. A. Abeed (2019) Growth and biochemical changes in quail bush (Atriplex lentiformis (Torr.) S.Wats) under Cd stress. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 26, 1, 628-635. (see details)
  18. Elnaggar, A., A. El-Keblawy, K. A. Mosa and T. Navarro (2019) Adaptive drought tolerance during germination of Salsola drummondii seeds from saline and nonsaline habitats of the arid Arabian deserts. Botany. 97, 2, 123-133. (see details)
  19. Fagherazzi, S., S. C. Anisfeld, L. K. Blum, E. V. Long, R. A. Feagin, A. Fernandes, W. S. Kearney and K. Williams (2019) Sea Level Rise and the Dynamics of the Marsh-Upland Boundary. Frontiers in Environmental Science. 7, (see details)
  20. Fall, F., C. Le Roux, A. M. Ba, D. Fall, N. Bakhoum, M. N. Faye, A. Kane, I. Ndoye and D. Diouf (2019) The rhizosphere of the halophytic grass Sporobolus robustus Kunth hosts rhizobium genospecies that are efficient on Prosopis juliflora (Sw.) DC and Vachellia seyal (Del.) PJH Hurter seedlings. Systematic and Applied Microbiology. 42, 2, 232-239. (see details)
  21. Faustino, M. V., M. A. F. Faustino and D. Pinto (2019) Halophytic Grasses, a New Source of Nutraceuticals? A Review on Their Secondary Metabolites and Biological Activities. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 20, 5, (see details)
  22. Fidalgo, C., D. N. Proenca, P. V. Morais, I. Henriques and A. Alves (2019) The endosphere of the salt marsh plant Halimione portulacoides is a diversity hotspot for the genus Salinicola: description of five novel species Salinicola halimionae sp. nov., Salinicola aestuarinus sp. nov., Salinicola endophyticus sp. nov., Salinicola halophyticus sp. nov. and Salinicola lusitanus sp. nov. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 69, 1, 46-62. (see details)
  23. Flowers, T. J., E. P. Glenn and V. Volkov (2019) Could vesicular transport of Na+ and Cl- be a feature of salt tolerance in halophytes?. Annals of Botany. 123, 1, 1-18. (see details)
  24. Fourati, E., K. Vogel-Mikus, T. Bettaieb, A. Kavcic, M. Kelemen, P. Vavpetic, P. Pelicon, C. Abdelly and T. Ghnaya (2019) Physiological response and mineral elements accumulation pattern in Sesuvium portulacastrum L. subjected in vitro to nickel. Chemosphere. 219, 463-471. (see details)
  25. Gallego-Tevar, B., B. J. Grewell, H. Rousseau, J. Keller, A. Ainouche, O. Lima, S. Dreano, A. Salmon, E. Figueroa, M. Ainouche and J. M. Castillo (2019) Genetic structure of Spartina hybrids between native Spartina maritima and invasive Spartina densiflora in Southwest Europe. Perspectives in Plant Ecology Evolution and Systematics. 37, 26-38. (see details)
  26. Gil, L., S. Pinya, S. Tejada, X. Capo and A. Sureda (2019) Antioxidant Defenses in Wild Growing Halophyte Crithmum maritimum from Inland and Coastline Populations. Chemistry & Biodiversity. 16, 1, 6. (see details)
  27. Guo, J. R., X. X. Dong, G. L. Han and B. S. Wang (2019) Salt-Enhanced Reproductive Development of Suaeda salsa L. Coincided With Ion Transporter Gene Upregulation in Flowers and Increased Pollen K+ Content. Frontiers in Plant Science. 10, (see details)
  28. Handoussa, H., W. AbdAllah and M. AbdelMohsen (2019) UPLC-ESI-PDA-Ms-n Profiling Of Phenolics Involved In Biological Activities Of The Medicinal Plant Halocnemum Strobilaceum (Pall.). Iranian Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. 18, 1, 422-429. (see details)
  29. Huang, Y. X., G. H. Fan, D. W. Zhou and J. Y. Pang (2019) Phenotypic plasticity of four Chenopodiaceae species with contrasting saline-sodic tolerance in response to increased salinity-sodicity. Ecology and Evolution. 9, 4, 1545-1553. (see details)
  30. Hwang, H. H., C. H. Wang, H. H. Chen, J. F. Ho, S. F. Chi, F. C. Huang and H. E. Yen (2019) Effective Agrobacterium-mediated transformation protocols for callus and roots of halophyte ice plant (Mesembryanthemum crystallinum). Botanical Studies. 60, 15. (see details)
  31. in't Veld, W. A. M., K. Rosendahl, P. C. J. van Rijswick, J. P. Meffert, E. Boer, M. Westenberg, T. van der Heide and L. L. Govers (2019) Multiple Halophytophthora spp. and Phytophthora spp. including P-gemini, P-inundata and P-chesapeakensis sp. nov. isolated from the seagrass Zostera marina in the Northern hemisphere. European Journal of Plant Pathology. 153, 2, 341-357. (see details)
  32. Iqbal, S., S. M. A. Basra, I. Afzal, A. Wahid, M. S. Saddiq, M. B. Hafeez and S. E. Jacobsen (2019) Yield potential and salt tolerance of quinoa on salt-degraded soils of Pakistan. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science. 205, 1, 13-21. (see details)
  33. Islam, M. S., M. M. L. Hosen and M. N. Uddin (2019) Phytodesalination of saline water using Ipomoea aquatica, Alternanthera philoxeroides and Ludwigia adscendens. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. 16, 2, 965-972. (see details)
  34. Isobe, K., E. Nakajima, N. Morita, S. Kawakura and M. Higo (2019) Effects of NaCl on Growth and Cesium Absorption in Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.). Water Air and Soil Pollution. 230, 3, 10. (see details)
  35. Jathina, M. and A. K. Abdussalam (2019) HISTOLOGICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF BACOPA MONNIERI (L.) PENNELL IN GLYCOPHYTIC AND HALOPHYTIC CONDITIONS. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research. 10, 1, 407-411. (see details)
  36. Jia, T. T., J. Wang, W. Chang, X. X. Fan, X. Sui and F. Q. Song (2019) Proteomics Analysis of E. angustifolia Seedlings Inoculated with Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi under Salt Stress. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 20, 3, (see details)
  37. Jing, C. L., Z. C. Xu, P. Zou, Q. Tang, Y. Q. Li, X. W. You and C. S. Zhang (2019) Coastal halophytes alter properties and microbial community structure of the saline soils in the Yellow River Delta, China. Applied Soil Ecology. 134, 1-7. (see details)
  38. Komaresofla, B. R., H. A. Alikhani, H. Etesami and N. A. Khoshkholgh-Sima (2019) Improved growth and salinity tolerance of the halophyte Salicornia sp. by co-inoculation with endophytic and rhizosphere bacteria. Applied Soil Ecology. 138, 160-170. (see details)
  39. Kucuk, C. and C. Cevheri (2019) INVESTIGATION OF SOME SOIL MICROBIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF RHIZOSPHERE SOIL OF HALOPHYTIC FORAGE PLANTS. Sigma Journal of Engineering and Natural Sciences-Sigma Muhendislik Ve Fen Bilimleri Dergisi. 37, 1, 7-14. (see details)
  40. Kumari, A. and B. Jha (2019) Engineering of a novel gene from a halophyte: Potential for agriculture in degraded coastal saline soil. Land Degradation & Development. 30, 6, 595-607. (see details)
  41. Lee, H. W., S. R. Yoon, H. M. Lee, J. Y. Lee, S. H. Kim and J. H. Ha (2019) Use of RT-qPCR with combined intercalating dye and sodium lauroyl sarcosinate pretreatment to evaluate the virucidal activity of halophyte extracts against norovirus. Food Control. 98, 100-106. (see details)
  42. Liu, Y. H., Y. Y. Wei, O. A. A. Mohamad, N. Salam, Y. G. Zhang, J. W. Guo, L. Li, D. Egamberdieva and W. J. Li (2019) Diversity, community distribution and growth promotion activities of endophytes associated with halophyte Lycium ruthenicum Murr. 3 Biotech. 9, 4, (see details)
  43. Loconsole, D., G. Cristiano and B. De Lucia (2019) Glassworts: From Wild Salt Marsh Species to Sustainable Edible Crops. Agriculture-Basel. 9, 1, 12. (see details)
  44. Louhaichi, M., S. Hassan, A. M. Missaoui, S. Ates, S. L. Petersen, A. A. Niane, S. Slim and A. O. Belgacem (2019) Impacts of bracteole removal and seeding rate on seedling emergence of halophyte shrubs: implications for rangeland rehabilitation in arid environments. Rangeland Journal. 41, 1, 33-41. (see details)
  45. Ma, F. L., E. G. Barrett-Lennared and C. Y. Tian (2019) Changes in cell size and tissue hydration ('succulence') cause curvilinear growth responses to salinity and watering treatments in euhalophytes. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 159, 87-94. (see details)
  46. Marco, P., M. Carvajal and M. D. Martinez-Ballesta (2019) Efficient leaf solute partioning in Salicornia fruticosa allows growth under salinity. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 157, 177-186. (see details)
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