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  1. Campbell, N. and W. W. Thomson (1976) ULTRASTRUCTURAL BASIS OF CHLORIDE TOLERANCE IN LEAF OF FRANKENIA. Annals of Botany. 40, 168, 687-&. (see details)
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  4. Chanha, Y. R. (1976) Sporobolus.The Wealth of India. (see details)
  5. Clarke, A. J. and C. V. Malcolm (1976) Pucincellia - a grass for saltland. Farmnote. June, One-Sheet. (see details)
  6. DERBYSHIRE, E; YARWOOD, JN; NEAT, E; BOULTER, D (1976) SEED PROTEINS OF PHASEOLUS AND VIGNA. NEW PHYTOLOGIST. 76, 2, 283. -288. (see details)
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  9. Field, C. D. (1976) SALT TOLERANCE IN HALOPHYTES. Nature. 264, 5586, 510-511. (see details)
  10. Flory, W. S. (1976) Distribution, Chromosome-Numbers and Types of Various Species and Taxa of Hymenocallis. Nucleus. 19, 3, 204-227. (see details)
  11. Flowers, T. J. and J. L. Hall (1976) Properties of Membranes from Halophyte Suaeda-Maritima .2. Distribution and Properties of Enzymes in Isolated Membrane-Fractions. Journal of Experimental Botany. 27, 99, 673-&. (see details)
  12. Flowers, T. J., J. L. Hall and M. E. Ward (1976) SALT TOLERANCE IN HALOPHYTE SUAEDA-MARITIMA - FURTHER PROPERTIES OF ENZYME MALATE DEHYDROGENASE. Phytochemistry. 15, 8, 1231-1234. (see details)
  13. Flowers, T. J., J. L. Hall and M. E. Ward (1976) Salt tolerance in halophyte Suaeda maritima - further properties of enzyme malate dehydrogenase. Phytochemistry. 15, 8, 1231-1234. (see details)
  14. Flowers, T. J., M. E. Ward and J. L. Hall (1976) SALT TOLERANCE IN HALOPHYTE SUAEDA-MARITIMA - SOME PROPERTIES OF MALATE DEHYDROGENASE. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences. 273, 927, 523-540. (see details)
  15. Flowers, T. J., M. E. Ward and J. L. Hall (1976) Salt tolerance in halophyte Suaeda maritima - some properties of malate dehydrogenase. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences. 273, 927, 523-540. (see details)
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  18. Goetghebeur, P. (1976) THE VEGETATION OF THE WEST SAND AND MUD FLATS ALONG THE MOUTH OF THE IJZER RIVER AT NIEUWPOORT PROVINCE OF WEST FLANDERS BELGIUM FROM 1900 TO TODAY. Biologisch Jaarboek. 44, 163-177. (see details)
  19. Goldblatt, P. (1976) Chromosome-Number and Its Significance in Batis-Maritima (Bataceae). Journal of the Arnold Arboretum. 57, 4, 526-530. (see details)
  20. Hall, J. L. and T. J. Flowers (1976) Properties of Membranes from Halophyte Suaeda-Maritima .1. Cytochemical Staining of Membranes in Relation to Validity of Membrane Markers. Journal of Experimental Botany. 27, 99, 658-&. (see details)
  21. Hansen, D. J., P. Dayanandan, P. B. Kaufman and J. D. Brotherson (1976) Ecological adaptations of salt marsh grass Distichlis spicata (gramineae), and enviromental factors affecting its growth and distribution. American Journal of Botany. 63, 635-650. (see details)
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  25. KALIR, A; POLJAKOFFMAYBER, A (1976) EFFECT OF SALINITY ON RESPIRATORY PATHWAYS IN ROOT TIPS OF TAMARIX-TETRAGYNA. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY. 57, 2, 167. -170. (see details)
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