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  1. Baruch, Y. and N. H. Tadmor (1965) Semi - mechanized planting of saltbush (In Hebrew.). Hassadeh. 45, 2. -4. (see details)
  2. Biebl, R. and H. Kinzel (1965) Blattbau und Salzaushalt von Laguncularia racemosa (L.) GARTEN. f. und anderer Mangrovebaume auf Puerto Rico. Osterreichischen Botanischen Zeitschrift. 112, 56-93. (see details)
  3. Eshel, Y. and Y. Waisel (1965) Salt Relations of Prosopis Farcta (Banks Et Sol.) Eig. Israel Journal of Botany. 14, 1, 50-&. (see details)
  4. Forsberg, C. (1965) Sterile Germination of Oospores of Chara and Seeds of Najas Marina. Physiologia Plantarum. 18, 1, 128-&. (see details)
  5. Goas, M. (1965) CONTRIBUTION A LETUDE DU METABILISME AZOTE DES HALOPHYTES . ACIDES AMINES ET AMIDES LIBRES DES JEUNES PLANTES DE SUAEDA MACROCARPA MOQ RECOLTEES DANS LEUR STATION NATURELLE. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires Des Seances De L Academie Des Sciences. 261, 14, 2724-&. (see details)
  6. Morton. J.F (1965) Can the red mangrove provide food, feed and fertilizer?. Economic Botany. 19, 2, 113. -123. (see details)
  7. Ross, M. D. (1965) Nucleus and Cytoplasm in Inheritance of Male Sterility in Plantago Lanceolata. Genetics. 52, 2P2, 469-&. (see details)
  8. Salisbur.Ej (1965) Germination Experiments with Seeds of a Segregate of Plantago Major and Their Bearng on Germination Studies. Annals of Botany. 29, 115, 513-&. (see details)
  9. Waisel, Y. (1965) A Contribution to the Knowledge of the Phanerogamous Vegetation of Lake Tiberius. Sea Fish. Res. Sta. Haifa, Bull.. 44, 3-16. (see details)
  10. Webb, K. L. and W. A. Burley (1965) Dark fixation of C14O2 by obligate and facultative salt marsh halophytes. Canadian Journal of Botany. 43, 281-285. (see details)
  11. Yabe, A., G. Kuse, T. Murata and H. Takada (1965) Physiology of Halophytes I. The osmotic value of leaves and the osmotic role of each ion in cell sap. Physiology and Ecology. 13, 25-33. (see details)
  12. Berstein, L. (1964) Salt tolerance of plants USDA Bulletin no. 283. (see details)
  13. Bird, E. C. F. and D. S. Ranwell (1964) SPARTINA SALT MARSHES IN SOUTHERN ENGLAND .4. THE PHYSIOGRAPHY OF POOLE HARBOR, DORSET. Journal of Ecology. 52, 2, 355-366. (see details)
  14. BOYKO, H; BOYKO, E (1964) PRINCIPLES AND EXPERIMENTS REGARDING DIRECT IRRIGATION WITH HIGHLY SALINE AND SEA WATER WITHOUT DESALINATION. TRANSACTIONS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES. 26, 8S, 1087. -&. (see details)
  15. Chapman, V.J. (1964) Coastal vegetation. (see details)
  16. Chaudhri, I. I., B. H. Shah, N. Naqvi and I. A. Mallick (1964) Investigations on the role of Suaeda fruticosa Forssk. in the reclamation of saline and alkaline soils in west Pakistan plains. Plant and SoiI. 21, 1, 1. -7. (see details)
  17. Davis, G. L. (1964) Somatic Apospory + Polyembryony in Minuria Integerrima (Dc) Benth. Nature. 204, 495, 94-&. (see details)
  18. Lahiri, A. N. and B. C. Kharabanda (1964) Germination studies on arid zone plants: III. Some factors influencing the germination of grass seeds. Proc Nat Inst Sci India Part B Biol Sci. 30, (3/4), 186-196. (see details)
  19. Malcolm, C. V. (1964) Effects of salt, temperature and seed scarification on germination of two varieties of Arthrocnenum halocnemoides. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia. 47, 72-74. (see details)
  20. Strogonov, B. P. (1964) Physiological basis of salt tolerance of plants (as affected by various types of salinity). (see details)
  21. Tutin, T. G., V. H. Heywood, N. A. Burges, D. H. Valentine, S. M. Walters and D. A. Webb. (1964) Flora Europaea. Vol. I., (see details)
  22. Whiteman, P. C. and D. Koller (1964) Saturation Deficit of Mesophyll Evaporating Surfaces in Desert Halophyte. Science. 146, 364, 1320-&. (see details)
  23. Adams, D. A. (1963) Factors influencing vascular plant zonation in North Carolina salt marshes.. Ecology. 44, 3, 445 - 455. (see details)
  24. ADAMS, DA (1963) FACTORS INFLUENCING VASCULAR PLANT ZONATION IN NORTH-CAROLINA SALT MARSHES. ECOLOGY. 44, 3, 445. -&. (see details)
  25. Binet, P., J. Bouchard and J. Devouges (1963) Etude de quelques de la croissance et du metabolisme chez le genre Suaeda : II. Suaeda vulgaris MOQ. Annales des Sciences Naturelles Botanique. 4, 539-556. (see details)
  26. Diannelidis, T. (1963) Das Verhalten Der Blattzellen Von Halophila-Stipulacea Gegen Basische Hellfeldfarbstoffe. Protoplasma. 57, 1-4, 260-269. (see details)
  27. Mogg, A. O. D. (1963) A preliminary investigation of the significance of salinity in the zonation of species in salt-marsh and mangrove swamp associations. The South African Journal of Science. 59, 81-86. (see details)
  28. Morrow, L. O. (1963) Floral Morphology and Vascular Anatomy in Serenoa Repens (Palmae). American Journal of Botany. 50, 6P2, 622-&. (see details)
  29. Pawowski, B. (1963) Limonium latifolium (Sm.) Kuntze (Statice latifolia Sm.) Plumbaginaceae. Flora Polsk Rosliny Naczyniowe Polski Ziem Osciennych. 10, 33. (see details)
  30. Price, S. (1963) Cytogeography of Saccharum Robustum and Related Plants. American Journal of Botany. 50, 6P2, 637-&. (see details)
  31. Rick, C. M. (1963) Biosystematic studies on Galapagos tomatoes. Occasional Papers of the California Academy of Science. 44, 59. -77. (see details)
  32. Bedarev, S. A. (1962) The transpiration of some halophytes in relation to water and salt conditions in the soil at Bet-Pak-Dala Referat Zhur., Biol., 1963, No. 6G84. (Translation). Izvest Akad Nauk Kazakhsk Ssr Ser Bot I Pochvovedeniya. 1, 13, 48-61. (see details)
  33. Joshi, G., T. Dolan, R. Gee and G. Saltman (1962) Sodium chloride effect on dark fixation of CO2 by marine and terrestrial plants. Plant Physiology. 37, 446-449. (see details)
  34. Kapoor, L. D. and B. K. Kaul (1962) Effect of Gibberellic Acid on Chenopodium Ambrosioides Var Anthelminticum. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 51, 11, 1113-&. (see details)
  35. MACNAE, W; KALK, M (1962) THE ECOLOGY OF THE MANGROVE SWAMPS AT INHACA ISLAND, MOCAMBIQUE. JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY. 50, 1, 19. -&. (see details)
  36. Quezel, P. and P. Simonneau (1962) Contribution to the phytosociological study of the Western Sahara. The effect of irrigation on the spontaneous vegetation English, German and Russian summ.. Ann Agron [Paris]. 13, (3), 221-253. (see details)
  37. Salgues, R. (1962) Botanical, chemical and toxicological study of various species of Atriplex L. (Tourn.) (Chenopodiaceae German summ.. Qualitas Plantarum Et Materiae Vegetabiles. 9, (2), 71-103. (see details)
  38. Sastri, B. N. (1962) Mesembryanthemum. CSIR, New Dehli India. 6, 349. (see details)
  39. Ungar, I. A. (1962) INFLUENCE OF SALINITY ON SEED-GERMINATION IN SUCCULENT HALOPHYTES. Ecology. 43, 4, 763-&. (see details)
  40. Van Steenis, C.G.J. (1962) The distribution of mangrove plant genera and its significance for paleogeography. Koninkligke Nerderlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen. 62, 2, 164. -169. (see details)
  41. Verettoni, H. N. (1962) 1962 La salinidad de los suelos y el problema biologico y agricola de las plantas tolerantes a la sal en la zona de Bahia Blanca. (see details)
  42. Watt, J.M. and M.G. Breyer - Brandwijk (1962) The medicinal and poisonous plants of southern and eastern Africa. (see details)
  43. HEMMING, CF (1961) THE ECOLOGY OF THE COASTAL AREA OF NORTHERN ERITREA. JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY. 49, 1, 55. -&. (see details)
  44. Tsuda, M. (1961) Studies on the halophilic characters of the strand dune plants and of the halophytes in Japan. Japanese Jour Bot. 17, (3), 332-370. (see details)
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