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  4. Cabanillas, B., F. Espichan, R. Estrada, E. Neyra and R. Rojas (2021) Metabolomic profile and discrimination of white quinoa seeds from Peru based on UHPLC-HRMS and multivariate analysis. Journal of Cereal Science. 101, 5. (see details)
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  9. Camille-Madeleine Szymanskya,b, Adele Muscoloc, Margaret Yeob, Louise Colvilleb, Innes Clatworthyd, Tobias Salged, Charlotte E. Sealb (2021) Elemental localisation and a reduced glutathione redox state protect seeds of the halophyte Suaeda maritima from salinity during over-wintering and germination. 190, 104569. (see details)
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  18. Chen, Panfei; Liu, Peng; Zhang, Quanfeng; Bu, Chenhao; Lu, Chunhao; Srivastava, Sudhakar; Zhang, Deqiang; Song, Yuepeng (2021) Gene Coexpression Network Analysis Indicates That Hub Genes Related to Photosynthesis and Starch Synthesis Modulate Salt Stress Tolerance in Ulmus pumila. 22, 9, (see details)
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  21. Choi, Y., Y. Kim, H. Y. Lee and S. H. Cho (2021) Tetragonia tetragonioides Relieves Depressive-Like Behavior through the Restoration of Glial Loss in the Prefrontal Cortex. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 2021, 9. (see details)
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  27. Costa-Becheleni, F. R., E. Troyo-Dieguez, A. Nieto-Garibay, L. A. Bustamante-Salazar, H. S. Garcia-Galindo and B. Murillo-Amador (2021) Hydro-Environmental Criteria for Introducing an Edible Halophyte from a Rainy Region to an Arid Zone: A Study Case of Suaeda spp. as a New Crop in NW Mexico. Plants-Basel. 10, 10, 17. (see details)
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  43. Dite, Z; Suvada, R; Toth, T; Jun, PE; Pis, V; Dite, D (2021) Current Condition of Pannonic Salt Steppes at Their Distribution Limit: What Do Indicator Species Reveal about Habitat Quality?. PLANTS-BASEL. 10, 3, (see details)
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  48. El Alaoui, A; Raklami, A; Bechtaoui, N; El Gharmali, A; Ouhammou, A; Imziln, B; Achouak, W; Pajuelo, E; Oufdou, K (2021) Use of native plants and their associated bacteria rhizobiomes to remediate-restore Draa Sfar and Kettara mining sites, Morocco. ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT. 193, 4, (see details)
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