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  1. Knowles, F. (1929) The economic possibilities of rice grass (Spartina townsendii) III. Composition and nutritive value. Jour Min Agric [Great Britain]. 35, (10), 934-939. (see details)
  2. Stoklasa, J. (1929) On the effect of the iodine ion on the growth and the cell proliferation of halophytes. Biochemische Zeitschrift. 211, 213-228. (see details)
  3. Stocker, O. (1928) Das Halophytenproblem. Ergebnis Biologie. 3, 265-353. (see details)
  4. M.M and M. M (1927) Vegetation in the basin of Lake Elton English summary.. [Bull Jard Bot Princ Urss]. 26, (4), 371-419. (see details)
  5. Emberger, L. and P. R. Regnier (1926) Vegetation at the mouth of the Bou-Regreg. Bull Soc Sci Nat Maroc. 6, (1/6), 78-86. (see details)
  6. Keller, B. (1925) Halophyte and xerophyte studies. Journal of Ecology. 13, 224-261. (see details)
  7. Setchell, W. A. (1924) Ruppia and its environmental factors. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 10, 286-288. (see details)
  8. Halket, A. C. (1915) The effect of salt on the growth of Salicornia. Annals of Botany. 29, 144-153. (see details)
  9. Delf, E. M. (1911) Transpiration and behaviour of stomata in halophytes. Annals of Botany. 25, 97-100, 485-505. (see details)
  10. Scofield, C. S. (1905) The salt water limits of wild rice. Bureau of Plant Industry Bulletin. 72, 3. -8. (see details)
  11. Kearney, T. H. (1904) Are plants of sea beaches and dunes true halophytes?. Botanical Gazette. 37, 0424-0436. (see details)
  12. eflora of pakistan. (see details)
  13. Relationship between salt accumulation and water content of dicotyledonous halophytes.. (see details)
  14. Amira Dabbousa, Rania Ben Saadb, Faical Brinib, Ameny Farhat-Khemekhemc, Walid Zorriga, Chedly Abdelya, Karim Ben Hamed Over-expression of a subunit E1 of a vacuolar H+-ATPase gene (Lm VHA-E1) cloned from the halophyte Lobularia maritima improves the tolerance of Arabidopsis thaliana to salt and osmotic stresses. (see details)
  15. Aronson, J.A. Halophytes - new crops for deserts and coastal areas. Rome: FAO, CERES. Unpublished manuscript. . (see details)
  16. Ashraf, M. Y. Shirazi, M. U. Ashraf, M. Sarwar, G. Khan, M. A. Utilization of salt-affected soils by growing some acacia species. In: Ecophysiology of High Salinity Tolerant Plants. 40, 289. -311. (see details)
  17. Borsodi, AK ; Barany, A ; Krett, G ; Marialigeti, K ; Szili-Kovacs, T DIVERSITY AND ECOLOGICAL TOLERANCE OF BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM THE RHIZOSPHERE OF HALOPHYTON PLANTS LIVING NEARBY KISKUNSAG SODA PONDS, HUNGARY. 62, 2, 183. -197. (see details)
  18. Burgess, T. L. and R D. Klein Vegetation of the Northern Salt Basin, Hudspeth County, Texas. Unpublished manuscript. (see details)
  19. Chen, Y., F. Guan, H. Sun, M. Yin, Y. Zhao, M. Wang, X. Feng, Q. Wang and Y. Shan New tri-terpenoid saponin compound useful in preparing anti-tumor medicine obtained from Salicornia bigelovii Torr. north America. (see details)
  20. Chen, Y., Y. Shan, X. Feng, F. Guan, H. Sun, M. Wang, Q. Wang, M. Yin and Y. Zhao Salicornia bigelovii active total saponin extract is utilized for preparing medicine as slimming and losing weight medicine or food composition. (see details)
  21. Ding, H., C. Liu, L. Hong, M. Wang, X. Zhu, B. Zhao and J. Xing Planting common seepweed herb fresh vegetable e.g. Suaeda salsa used in farm production, involves selecting two lands, seeding common seepweed herb in field, dressing fertilizer, and prolonging growing time. (see details)
  22. Franco, João do Amaral Nova Flora de Portugal (Continente e Açores). (Clethraceae - Compositae). (see details)
  23. Grigore Marius-Nicusor, Maria-Magdalena Zamfirache, Monica Boscaiu, Constantin Toma, Lăcrămioara Oprica, Oscar Vicente Ecophysiological responses of Romanian halophytes to environmental factors. (see details)
  24. Guvensen, A., G. Gork and M. Ozturk An overview of the halophytes of Turkey. (see details)
  25. Jaradat, A. A. and M. Shahid The Dwarf Saltwort (Salicornia bigelovii Torr.): Evaluation of Breeding Populations. International Scholarly Research Network Agronomy. 2012, 10 pages. (see details)
  26. malcolm Halophyte and glycophyte salt tolerance at germination and the establishment of halophyte shrubs in saline environments. (see details)
  27. Moghaddam, P. R. and A. Koocheki A comprehensive survey of halophytes in Khorasan province of Iran. Cash Crop halophytes Recent Studies. 38, 189-195. (see details)
  28. Mullan, D. P. On the occurrence of glandular hairs (salt glands) on the leaves of some Indian halo-phytes. Jour Indian Bot Soc. 10, (3), 184-189. (see details)
  29. Rois, AS; Teixeira, G; Sharbel, TF; Fuchs, J; Martins, S; Espirito-Santo, D; Caperta, AD Male fertility versus sterility, cytotype, and DNA quantitative variation in seed production in diploid and tetraploid sea lavenders (Limonium sp., Plumbaginaceae) reveal diversity in reproduction modes. SEXUAL PLANT REPRODUCTION. 10.1007/s00497-012-0199-y. (see details)
  30. Shan, Y., Y. Chen, X. Feng, F. Guan, F. Liu, M. Yin, M. Wang, Q. Wang and Y. Zhao New reduced triterpenoid saponin compound Salicornia bigelovii saponin A of 3-O-(6'-O-butyl)-beta-D-pyran-30-nor-12,20(29)-diene oleanolic acid-28-O-beta-D-pyran glucose ester used for preparing inflammation inhibitor. (see details)
  31. Shan, Y., Y. Chen, X. Feng, F. Guan, H. Sun, M. Yin, M. Wang, Q. Wang and Y. Zhao New Salicornia bigelovii saponin derivative used for treating cancer and inflammation. (see details)
  32. Uehara, S., H. Hoshino, M. Muto, H. Kameyama, T. Hoshino and K. Kameyama Skin external composition used for e.g. preventing ageing comprises naphthalene compound and e.g. extract of asparagus, Angelica radix extract and/or mulberry bark. (see details)
  33. Yamamoto, Y. and M. Takei Skin external preparation for improving rough skin, comprises amino acid or its salt, stimulating substance and extract of camomile, fennel, hop, horse chestnut and/or ginseng. (see details)
  34. Yin, L., L. Tong, W. Jing, S. Duan, Z. Liu and X. Wang Desert halophyte Halostachys belangeriana seedling method for Xinjiang Turpan desert botanical garden, involves cleaning seeds, where cleaned seeds are packaged using paper bag, and preserving bag at cold and dry place. (see details)
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