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  5. Lesaos, J. (1976) Calcium Translocation to Aerial Parts in Halophyte Cochlearia-Anglica L Nacl Effects. Physiologie Vegetale. 14, 3, 381-390. (see details)
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  9. Mahall, B. E. and R. B. Park (1976) Ecotone between Spartina-Foliosa Trin - and Salicornia-Virginica L in Salt Marshes of Northern San-Francisco Bay .1. Biomass and Production. Journal of Ecology. 64, 2, 421-433. (see details)
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  11. Mayne, B. C., T. B. Ray and C. C. Black (1976) COMPARISON OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF HALOPHYTIC GRASSES OF ATLANTIC COAST OF NORTH-AMERICA. Plant Physiology. 57, 5, 105-105. (see details)
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  21. RUSH, DW; EPSTEIN, E (1976) GENOTYPIC RESPONSES TO SALINITY - DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SALT-SENSITIVE AND SALT-TOLERANT GENOTYPES OF TOMATO. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY. 57, 2, 162. -166. (see details)
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