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  1. Harvey, D. M. R., F. T. J and J. L. Hall (1979) Precipitation procedures for sodium, potassium and chloride localization in leaf cells of the halophyte Suaeda maritima. Journal of Microscopy. 116, 213-226. (see details)
  2. Hawton, D. (1979) Temperature Effects on Eleusine-Indica and Setaria-Anceps Grown in Association .1. Weed Research. 19, 5, 279-284. (see details)
  3. Hollaender, A. (1979) The biosaline concept: An approach - the utilization of underexploited resources.. (see details)
  4. Hulings, N. C. (1979) Ecology, Biometry and Biomass of the Seagrass Halophila-Stipulacea Along the Jordanian Coast of the Gulf of Aqaba. Botanica Marina. 22, 7, 425-430. (see details)
  5. Jefferies, R. L. (1979) The role of organic solutes in osmoregulation in halophytic plants. Genetic Engineering of Osmoregulation. 135-154. (see details)
  6. Jefferies, R. L., A. J. Davy and T. Rudmik (1979) The growth strategies of coastal halophytes. In: Ecological Processes in Coastal Environments : the First European Ecological Symposium and the 19th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Norwich, 12-16 September 1977. 243. -268. (see details)
  7. Jefferies, R. L., A. J. Davy and T. Rudmik (1979) The growth strategies of coastal halophytes.. Ecological processes coastal environments. 243 - 268. (see details)
  8. Jefferies, R. L., T. Rudmik and E. M. Dillon (1979) RESPONSES OF HALOPHYTES TO HIGH SALINITIES AND LOW WATER POTENTIALS. Plant Physiology. 64, 6, 989-994. (see details)
  9. Johnstone, I. M. (1979) Papua-New-Guinea Seagrasses and Aspects of the Biology and Growth of Enhalus-Acoroides (Lf) Royle. Aquatic Botany. 7, 2, 197-208. (see details)
  10. Juarez, B. E., L. A. Giusti and P. Seeligmann (1979) THE CHROMATOGRAPHIC PROFILES OF FLAVONOIDS IN MALE AND FEMALE PLANTS OF ATRIPLEX-CORDOBENSIS CHENOPODIACEAE. Lilloa. 35, 2, 112-113. (see details)
  11. Kappen, L. (1979) TOLERANCE OF HALOPHYTES AGAINST FREEZING AND SALT STRESS AND ITS POSSIBLE BIOCHEMICAL CAUSES. Berichte Der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft. 92, 1, 55-71. (see details)
  12. Kartawinata, K, S. Adisumar-, S. Soemodihardjo and I. G. M. Tantra (1979) Status pengetahuan hutan bakau Indonesia. (The state of knowledge in the Indonesian Mangrove forest.) , . Proceedings of the Seminar on the Mangrove Ecosystem LHL. 26, 21. -39. (see details)
  13. Krishnan, A. and A. Sastri (1979) Energy-Balance and Photosynthetic and Water-Use Efficiency of Cenchrus-Ciliaris Grass. Archiv Fur Meteorologie Geophysik Und Bioklimatologie Serie B-Klimatologie Umweltmeteorologie Strahlungsforschung. 27, 1, 95-104. (see details)
  14. Kuiper, D. and P. J. C. Kuiper (1979) Comparison of Plantago species from nutrient rich and nutrient poor conditions. Growth responses of ATPases and lipids of the roots, as effected by the level of mineral nutrition.. Physiologia Plantarum. 45, 489-491. (see details)
  15. Kuiper, D. and P. J. C. Kuiper (1979) Ca2+- and Mg2+- stimulated ATPases from roots of Plantago major and Plantago maritima: Response to alterations of the level of mineral nutrition and ecological significance. Physiologia Plantarum. 45, 1, 1-6. (see details)
  16. Kuiper, D. and P. J. C. Kuiper (1979) Ca2+ and Mg2+- stimulated ATPases from roots of Plantago lanceolata Plantago media and Plantago coronopus: Response to alterations of the level of mineral nutrition and ecological significance. Physiologia Plantarum. 45, 2, 240-244. (see details)
  17. Lauchli, A. (1979) Regulation of transport and exclusion of salt in glycophytes and halophytes. Berichte der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft. 92, 87-94. (see details)
  18. Linthurst, R. A. (1979) The effect of aeration on the growth of Spartina alterniflora Loisel.. American Journal of Botany. 66, 685-691. (see details)
  19. Longstreth, D. J. and P. S. Nobel (1979) Salinity effects on leaf anatomy Consequences for photosynthesis. Plant Physiology. 637, 700-703. (see details)
  20. LORINCZ G (1979) A NEW MEDICINAL HERB THE YELLOW HORN POPPY GLAUCIUM-FLAVUM 2. ACCUMULATION OF GLAUCINE IN THE YELLOW HORN POPPY. Herba Hungarica. 18, 2, 37. -44. (see details)
  21. Lugo, A.E. and S.C. Snedaker (1979) The ecology of mangroves.. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics. 5, 39. -64. (see details)
  22. Maier, M. and L. Kappen (1979) Cellular Compartmentalization of Salt Ions and Protective Agents with Respect to Freezing Tolerance of Leaves - Investigations with the Halophyte Halimione-Portulacoides (L) Aellen. Oecologia. 38, 3, 303-316. (see details)
  23. MALAN'IN A N (1979) SOIL COVERING OF DESERT WOODLANDS WITH HALOXYLON-APHYLLUM OF ALLUVIAL PLAINS OF THE RIVER SYR-DARYA KAZAKH-SSR USSR. Biologicheskie Nauki (Moscow). 11, 94. -99. (see details)
  24. Malcolm, C. V (1979) Selection of shrubs for forage production from saline soils under natural rainfall. Paper presented at the International Conference on Indian Ocean Studies, Perth, Australia . (see details)
  25. Malcolm, C. V. and R. S. Cooper (1979) Puccinellia - a grass for saltland. (see details)
  26. MALLOCH, AJC; OKUSANYA, OT (1979) EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION INTO THE ECOLOGY OF SOME MARITIME CLIFF SPECIES .1. FIELD OBSERVATIONS. JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY. 67, 1, 283. -292. (see details)
  27. MCATEE, JW; SCIFRES, CJ; DRAWE, DL (1979) IMPROVEMENT OF GULF CORDGRASS RANGE WITH BURNING OR SHREDDING. JOURNAL OF RANGE MANAGEMENT. 32, 5, 372. -375. (see details)
  28. McMillan, C. (1979) Differentiation in Response to Chilling Temperatures among Populations of 3 Marine Spermatophytes, Thalassia-Testudinum, Syringodium-Filiforme and Halodule-Wrightii. American Journal of Botany. 66, 7, 810-819. (see details)
  29. Mishustina, N. E., N. I. Tikhaya and N. S. Chaplygina (1979) (Na++K+)-Atpase Activity in Membranes Isolated from Shoots of the Halophyte Halocnemum-Strobilaceum Strobilaceum. Soviet Plant Physiology. 26, 3, 432-437. (see details)
  30. MUKHORTOVA T G[1] (1979) EXPERIMENT IN CULTIVATING CERATOSTIGMA-PLUMBAGINOIDES IN THE CRIMEAN OBLAST UKRAINIAN-SSR USSR. Rastitel'nye Resursy. 15, 2, 159. -265. (see details)
  31. O'Leary, J. W. (1979) Yield potential of halophytes and xerophytes. In: Arid land plant resources. 574. -581. (see details)
  32. O'Leary, J. W. (1979) Yield potential of halophytes and xerophytes.. Arid land plant resources. 574 - 581. (see details)
  33. Okusanya, O. T. (1979) EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION INTO THE ECOLOGY OF SOME MARITIME CLIFF SPECIES .2. GERMINATION STUDIES. Journal of Ecology. 67, 1, 293-304. (see details)
  34. OKUSANYA, OT (1979) EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION INTO THE ECOLOGY OF SOME MARITIME CLIFF SPECIES .3. EFFECT OF SEA-WATER ON GROWTH. JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY. 67, 2, 579. -590. (see details)
  35. Olesen, P. (1979) Ultrastructral observations on the cuticular envelope in salt glands of Frankenia pauciflora. Protoplasma. 99, 1-9. (see details)
  36. Panetta, F. D. (1979) Effects of Vegetation Development Upon Achene Production in the Woody Weed, Groundsel Bush (Baccharis-Halimifolia L). Australian Journal of Agricultural Research. 30, 6, 1053-1065. (see details)
  37. Panetta, F. D. (1979) Germination and Seed Survival in the Woody Weed, Groundsel Bush (Baccharis-Halimifolia L). Australian Journal of Agricultural Research. 30, 6, 1067-1077. (see details)
  38. Patra, P. and P. K. Dutta (1979) Studies on salinity tolerance in aromatic and medicinal plants. Journal of the Orissa Botanical Society. 1, 1, 17-18. (see details)
  39. Peake, D. C. I., E. F. Henzell, G. B. Stirk and A. Peake (1979) Simulation of Changes in Herbage Biomass and Drought Response of a Buffel Grass (Cenchrus-Ciliaris Cv Biloela) in Southern Queensland. Agro-Ecosystems. 5, 1, 23-40. (see details)
  40. PHILLIPS R C (1979) ECOLOGICAL NOTES ON PHYLLOSPADIX POTAMOGETONACEAE IN THE NORTHEAST PACIFIC. 6, 2, 159. -170. (see details)
  41. POLLAK, G; WAISEL, Y (1979) ECOPHYSIOLOGY OF SALT EXCRETION IN AELUROPUS-LITORALIS (GRAMINAE). PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM. 47, 3, 177. -184. (see details)
  42. RAJPUROHIT K SSEN D N (1979) SEASONAL VARIATION IN CHLORIDE ION PERCENTAGE IN PLANTS AND SOILS OF PACHPADRA SALT BASIN IN INDIAN DESERT. 2, 1, 17. -23. (see details)
  43. Shepherd, U. H. and J. F. Bowling (1979) Sodium fluxes in roots of Eleocharis uniglumis, a brackish water species. Plant, Cell and Environment. 2, 123-130. (see details)
  44. Shomer-Ilan, A., R. Neumann-Ganmore and Y. Waisel (1979) Biochemical Specialization of Photosynthetic Cell Layers and Carbon Flow Paths in Suaeda monoica. Plant Physiology. 64, 963-965. (see details)
  45. SHOMERILAN, A; SAMISH, YB; KIPNIS, T; ELMER, D; WAISEL, Y (1979) EFFECTS OF SALINITY, N-NUTRITION AND HUMIDITY ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND PROTEIN-METABOLISM OF CHLORIS-GAYANA KUNTH. PLANT AND SOIL. 53, 4, 477. -486. (see details)
  46. Somers, G. F. (1979) Natural halophytes as a potential resource for new salt-tolerant crops:some progress and prospects. The biosaline concept :An approach to the utilisation of underexploited resourses. 14, 101-116. (see details)
  47. Somers, G. F., M. Fontes and D. M. Grant. (1979) Halophytes from coastal salt marshes: A potential source of crop plants for arid lands. In: Arid land plant resources. 402. -418. (see details)
  48. Stewart, G. R., F. Larher, I. Ahmad and J. A. Lee (1979) Nitrogen metabolism and salt tolerance in higher plant halophytes. In: Ecological processes in coastal environments. 211. -227. (see details)
  49. Stewart, G. R., F. Larher, I. Ahmad and J. A. Lee (1979) Nitrogen metabolism and salt tolerance in higher plant halophytes. Ecological processes coastal environments. 8, 211 - 227. (see details)
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