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  1. eflora of pakistan. (see details)
  2. Geochemical features of the Ashchi-Sor Depression and their reflection in the plant cover. (see details)
  3. Syntaxonomy and zonation patterns. (see details)
  4. atlas of the british and irish flora. (see details)
  5. grassbase. (see details)
  6. Antioxidant and phytochemical properties of Carpobrotus edulis (L.) bolus leaf used for the management of common infections in HIV/AIDS patients in Eastern Cape Province . (see details)
  7. GROUND AND BELOWGROUND LITTER DECOMPOSITION IN AN AUSTRALIAN SALT MARSH. (see details)
  8. Abbas, A. M., A. E. Rubio-Casal, A. De Cires, E. M. Figueroa, A. J. Pickart and J. M. Castillo Burial effects on seed germination and seedling emergence of two halophytes of contrasting seed size. Plant Ecology & Diversity. (see details)
  9. Abbas, G., M. Amjad, M. Saqib, B. Murtaza, M. A. Naeem, A. Shabbir and G. Murtaza Soil sodicity is more detrimental than salinity for quinoa (Chenopodium quinoaWilld.): A multivariate comparison of physiological, biochemical and nutritional quality attributes. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science. (see details)
  10. Abdal, N., G. Abbas, S. A. Asad, A. A. Ghfar, G. M. Shah, M. Rizwan, S. Ali and M. Shahbaz Salinity mitigates cadmium-induced phytotoxicity in quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) by limiting the Cd uptake and improved responses to oxidative stress: implications for phytoremediation. Environmental Geochemistry and Health. 15. (see details)
  11. Abideen, Z., H. W. Koyro, B. Huchzermeyer, M. Z. Ahmed, F. Zulfiqar, T. Egan and M. A. Khan Phragmites karka plants adopt different strategies to regulate photosynthesis and ion flux in saline and water deficit conditions. Plant Biosystems. (see details)
  12. Ahmed, H. A. I., L. Shabala and S. Shabala Understanding the mechanistic basis of adaptation of perennial Sarcocornia quinqueflora species to soil salinity. Physiologia Plantarum. (see details)
  13. Ahmed, MZ; Parveen, F; Gulzar, S; Gul, B; Khan, MA Effects of chloride and sulfate salts on seed germination of halophytes from dry alpine climate. JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION. (see details)
  14. Alam, H., J. Z. K. Khattak, T. S. Ksiksi, M. H. Saleem, S. Fahad, H. Sohail, Q. Ali, M. Zamin, M. A. El-Esawi, S. Saud, X. Jiang, M. S. Alwahibi and J. Alkahtani Negative impact of long-term exposure of salinity and drought stress on native Tetraena mandavillei L. Physiologia Plantarum. (see details)
  15. Alhdad, G. M. and T. J. Flowers Salt Tolerance in the Halophyte Suaeda maritima L. Dum.-the Effect of Oxygen Supply and Culture Medium on Growth. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. (see details)
  16. Ali, A., N. Raddatz, J. M. Pardo and D. J. Yun HKTsodium and potassium transporters inArabidopsis thalianaand related halophyte species. Physiologia Plantarum. (see details)
  17. Aliakbari, M., H. Razi, A. Alemzadeh and E. Tavakol RNA-seq Transcriptome Profiling of the Halophyte Salicornia persica in Response to Salinity. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation. (see details)
  18. Alishahi, F., H. A. Alikhani, N. A. Khoshkholgh-Sima and H. Etesami Mining the roots of various species of the halophyte Suaeda for halotolerant nitrogen-fixing endophytic bacteria with the potential for promoting plant growth. International Microbiology. (see details)
  19. Amjad, M., M. M. Iqbal, G. Abbas, A. U. Farooq, M. A. Naeem, M. Imran, B. Murtaza, M. Nadeem and S. E. Jacobsen Assessment of cadmium and lead tolerance potential of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd) and its implications for phytoremediation and human health. Environmental Geochemistry and Health. (see details)
  20. Analia, L., C. Mariano and L. Virginia Plant Growth Alterations in Halophyte Prosopis strombulifera (Lam.) Benth. and Natrophile Glycine max (L.) Merril in Response to Salinity and Changes in Auxin Transport. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation. (see details)
  21. Aronson, J.A. Halophytes - new crops for deserts and coastal areas. Rome: FAO, CERES. Unpublished manuscript. . (see details)
  22. 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)
  23. Bahramsoltani, R., M. H. Farzaei, A. Iranpanah, M. Hajimahmoudi, Z. Pourjabar, M. Daglia, C. Santarcangelo, K. Rashidi, S. M. Nabavi and R. Rahimi Phytochemical and toxicological evaluation of Tamarix stricta Boiss. Drug and Chemical Toxicology. (see details)
  24. Bakhiev A HALOSTACHYS-CASPICA COMMUNITIES INDICATORS OF SALINIZATION OF SOILS AND GROUND WATERS IN THE AMU-DARYA DELTA USSR. In: roblems of Desert Development (English Translation of Problemy Osvoeniya Pustyn). 3, 67. -72. (see details)
  25. Bansal, J., K. Gupta, M. S. Rajkumar, R. Garg and M. Jain Draft genome and transcriptome analyses of halophyte rice Oryza coarctata provide resources for salinity and submergence stress response factors. Physiologia Plantarum. (see details)
  26. Barroca, M. J., R. P. F. Guine, A. M. Amado, S. Ressurreicao, A. M. da Silva, M. P. M. Marques and L. de Carvalho The drying process of Sarcocornia perennis: impact on nutritional and physico-chemical properties. Journal of Food Science and Technology-Mysore. (see details)
  27. Basak, P. and A. L. Majumder Regulation of stress-induced inositol metabolism in plants: a phylogenetic search for conserved cis elements. Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology. 23. (see details)
  28. Ben Hsouna, A., S. Dhibi, W. Dhifi, R. Ben Saad, F. Brini, N. Hfaidh, J. Almeida and W. Mnif Lobularia maritima leave extract, a nutraceutical agent with antioxidant activity, protects against CCl4-induced liver injury in mice. Drug and Chemical Toxicology. (see details)
  29. Ben Hsouna, A., T. Ghneim-Herrera, W. Ben Romdhane, A. Dabbous, R. Ben Saad, F. Brini, C. Abdelly and K. Ben Hamed Early effects of salt stress on the physiological and oxidative status of the halophyte Lobularia maritima. Functional Plant Biology. (see details)
  30. Bhatt, A., P. R. M. Souza and D. Gallacher Intraspecific variation of Haloxylon salicornicum (Amaranthaceae) seed germination under salinity and simulated drought. Arid Land Research and Management. (see details)
  31. blazquez Tolerancia. (see details)
  32. 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)
  33. Brignone, N. F., R. E. Pozner and S. S. Denham Origin and evolution of Atriplex (Amaranthaceae s.l.) in the Americas: Unexpected insights from South American species. Taxon. (see details)
  34. Bromham, L., X. Hua and M. Cardillo Macroevolutionary and macroecological approaches to understanding the evolution of stress tolerance in plants. Plant Cell and Environment. (see details)
  35. Brown, C. E. and A. Rajkaran Biomass partitioning in an endemic southern African salt marsh species Salicornia tegetaria (Chenopodiaceae). African Journal of Aquatic Science. (see details)
  36. Bryant, C., T. I. Fuenzalida, A. Zavafer, H. T. Nguyen, N. Brothers, R. J. Harris, H. A. A. Beckett, H. I. Holmlund, O. Binks and M. C. Ball Foliar water uptake via cork warts in mangroves of the Sonneratia genus. Plant Cell and Environment. 13. (see details)
  37. Burgess, T. L. and R D. Klein Vegetation of the Northern Salt Basin, Hudspeth County, Texas. Unpublished manuscript. (see details)
  38. Caguimbal, N., M. K. P. Devanadera, R. M. Bennett, K. H. V. Arafiles, K. Watanabe, T. Aki and G. R. Dedeles Growth and fatty acid profiles of Halophytophthora vesicula and Salispina spinosa from Philippine mangrove leaves. Letters in Applied Microbiology. (see details)
  39. Cai, J. F., X. S. Liu, K. Sun, F. Jiang, M. X. Zhang, H. L. Li and F. H. Yu Vermicompost Application Enhances Halophyte Suaeda salsa Performance and Improves Coastal Saline Soil Quality. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 12. (see details)
  40. Caperta, A. D., A. S. Rois, G. Teixeira, P. Garcia-Caparros and T. J. Flowers Secretory structures in plants: lessons from the Plumbaginaceae on their origin, evolution and roles in stress tolerance. Plant Cell and Environment. (see details)
  41. Cardoso, M., H. Silva, C. Patinha, N. Costa, S. Nunes and A. Cunha From the saltpan to the plate: An evaluation of the use of the edible halophyte Salicornia ramosissima in catering. Annals of Applied Biology. 10. (see details)
  42. Castaneda-Loaiza, V., C. Placines, M. J. Rodrigues, C. G. Pereira, G. Zengin, N. R. Neng, J. M. F. Nogueira and L. Custodio In vitro enzyme inhibitory and anti-oxidant properties, cytotoxicity and chemical composition of the halophyte Malcolmia littorea (L.) R.Br. (Brassicaceae). Natural Product Research. (see details)
  43. Castillo, J. M., B. Gallego-Tevar, E. M. Castellanos, M. E. Figueroa and A. J. Davy Primary succession in an Atlantic salt marsh: From intertidal flats to mid-marsh platform in 35 years. Journal of Ecology. (see details)
  44. Chatrenoor, T. and H. Akhani An integrated morpho-molecular study of Salicornia (Amaranthaceae-Chenopodiaceae) in Iran proves Irano-Turanian region the major center of diversity of annual glasswort species. Taxon. 31. (see details)
  45. Chekroun-Bechlaghem, N., N. Belyagoubi-Benhammou, L. Belyagoubi, S. Mansour, N. Djebli, H. Bouakline, A. Gismondi, V. Nanni, G. Di Marco, L. Canuti, A. Canini and F. Atik-Bekkara Antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory activities of three halophyte plants from Algeria and detection of some biomolecules by HPLC-DAD. Natural Product Research. (see details)
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