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  1. Naz, N., S. Fatima, M. Hameed, M. Ashraf, M. S. A. Ahmad, F. Ahmad, S. M. R. Shah, F. Islam, I. Ahmad, F. Ejaz and M. Naseer Contribution of structural and functional adaptations of hyper-accumulator Suaeda vera Forssk. ex JF Gmel. for adaptability across salinity gradients in hot desert. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 19. (see details)
  2. Nazish, M., M. Ahmad, R. Ullah, A. A. Shahat, D. Potter, M. Zafar and S. Sultana Taxonomic implications of leaf epidermis in halophytes of Amaranthaceae from Salt Range of Punjab, Pakistan. Plant Biosystems. (see details)
  3. Nesterov, V., E. Bogdanova, O. Makurina, S. Rozina and O. Rozentsvet Effect of NaCl, copper and cadmium ions on halophytes with different types of salt resistance: accumulation, physiological and biochemical reactions. Functional Plant Biology. 9. (see details)
  4. Nguyen, L. V., D. Bertero and L. V. Nguyen Genetic variation in root development responses to salt stresses of quinoa. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science. (see details)
  5. Nguyen, L. V., D. Bertero, D. T. Hoang and N. V. Long Variation in quinoa roots growth responses to drought stresses. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science. 11. (see details)
  6. Oi, T., P. L. Clode, M. Taniguchi, T. D. Colmer and L. Kotula Salt tolerance in relation to elemental concentrations in leaf cell vacuoles and chloroplasts of a C-4 monocotyledonous halophyte. Plant Cell and Environment. 17. (see details)
  7. Okoye, O. K., H. Li and Z. Gong Retraction of invasive Spartina alterniflora and its effect on the habitat loss of endangered migratory bird species and their decline in YNNR using remote sensing technology. Ecology and Evolution. (see details)
  8. Orabi, M. A. A., S. A. H. Zidan, G. H. Attia, H. S. Alyami, K. Matsunami and T. Hatano Ellagitannins and simple phenolics from the halophytic plantTamarix nilotica. Natural Product Research. (see details)
  9. Orlofsky, E., S. Chernoivanov, A. Asiag, I. Maor, N. Levi and M. I. Litaor Biological reconditioning of sodium enriched zeolite by halophytes: case study of dairy farm effluent treatment. International Journal of Phytoremediation. (see details)
  10. Osman, M. S., A. A. Badawy, A. I. Osman and A. Latef Ameliorative Impact of an Extract of the HalophyteArthrocnemum macrostachyumon Growth and Biochemical Parameters of Soybean Under Salinity Stress. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation. (see details)
  11. Othman, A., Y. Amen, M. Matsumoto, M. Nagata and K. Shimizu Bassiamide A, a new alkaloid from xero-halophyte Bassia indica Wight. Natural Product Research. (see details)
  12. Otterbach, S. L., H. Khoury, T. Rupasinghe, H. Mendis, K. H. Kwan, V. Lui, S. H. A. Natera, I. Klaiber, N. M. Allen, D. E. Jarvis, M. Tester, U. Roessner and S. M. Schmockel Characterization of epidermal bladder cells in Chenopodium quinoa. Plant Cell and Environment. 17. (see details)
  13. Panda, A., J. Rangani and A. K. Parida Physiological and metabolic adjustments in the xero-halophyte Haloxylon salicornicum conferring drought tolerance. Physiologia Plantarum. (see details)
  14. Peng, G. G., W. L. Lan and K. Pan Mechanisms of Metal Tolerance in Halophytes: A Mini Review. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 13. (see details)
  15. Peter K L Ng and N Sivasothi (editors) Guide to the mangroves of Singapors. (see details)
    Link: http://mangrove.nus.edu.sg/guidebooks/text/1040.htm
  16. Picchioni, G. A., T. N. Hooks, B. J. Schutte, M. K. Shukla and D. L. Daniel Halophyte ion regulation traits support saline adaptation of Lepidium latifolium, L. draba, and L. alyssoides. Plant Ecology. (see details)
  17. Pires-Cabral, P., P. Pires-Cabral and C. Quintas Salicornia ramosissima as a salt substitute in the fermentation of white cabbage. Journal of Food Science and Technology-Mysore. (see details)
  18. Polo, A., A. Fragoso, M. D. Infante-Izquierdo, F. J. J. Nieva, A. F. Munoz-Rodriguez and J. M. Castillo Seed bank dynamics of the annual halophyte Salicornia ramosissima: towards a sustainable exploitation of its wild populations. Plant Ecology. (see details)
  19. Rafik, S., M. Chaoui, Y. Assabban, S. Jazi, R. Choukr-Allah, M. El Gharouss and A. Hirich Quinoa value chain, adoption, and market assessment in Morocco. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. (see details)
  20. Rahman, M. M. Impact of increased salinity on the plant community of theSundarbansMangrove of Bangladesh. Community Ecology. (see details)
  21. Ramirez, E., I. Sanchez-Gavilan, L. Rufo, D. Sanchez-Mata and V. de la Fuente Morphology, anatomy and phylogeny of the two sister halophytic genera Microcnemum and Arthrocnemum (Salicornioideae/Amaranthaceae). Plant Biosystems. 16. (see details)
  22. Ranjbar, G., H. Pirasteh-Anosheh, F. Dehghanie, S. Keshtkar and M. Race Feasibility of growing Salicornia species in a coastal environment through planting date and density management in a direct seawater irrigation system. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 10. (see details)
  23. Rathore, A. P., D. R. Chaudhary and B. Jha Alteration in phenological parameters, above- and belowground biomass, nutrient contents, and their pools with phenological stages of Salicornia brachiata Roxb. Ecological Research. (see details)
  24. Ravari, H. H., H. R. Kavousi, F. Mohammadi and S. Pourseyedi Partial cloning, characterization, and analysis of expression and activity of plasma membrane H+-ATPase in Kallar grass Leptochloa fusca(L.) Kunth under salt stress. Biologia Futura. (see details)
  25. Razek, M., A. Y. Moussa, M. A. El-Shanawany and A. N. B. Singab A New Phenolic Alkaloid fromHalocnemum strobilaceumEndophytes: Antimicrobial, Antioxidant and Biofilm Inhibitory Activities. Chemistry & Biodiversity. (see details)
  26. Razzaghi, F., M. R. Bahadori-Ghasroldashti, S. Henriksen, A. R. Sepaskhah and S. E. Jacobsen Physiological characteristics and irrigation water productivity of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) in response to deficit irrigation imposed at different growing stages-A field study from Southern Iran. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science. (see details)
  27. Regalado, J. J., V. E. Tossi, H. P. Burrieza, C. L. Encina and S. I. Pitta-Alvarez Micropropagation protocol for coastal quinoa. Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture. (see details)
  28. Reza, DTA; Sohrab, M; Ali, AH; Masoomeh, S Role of rhizospheric microorganisms in mitigating the adverse effect of salinity stress inPlantago ovatagrowth, biochemical and photosynthetic traits. ARCHIVES OF AGRONOMY AND SOIL SCIENCE. (see details)
  29. Rodriguez-Ramos, F., D. Leiva-Portilla, K. Rodriguez-Nunez, P. Pacheco and V. Briones-Labarca Mathematical modeling and quality parameters ofSalicornia fruticosadried by convective drying. Journal of Food Science and Technology-Mysore. (see details)
  30. Rouached, A., O. Talbi, A. Jdey, C. Cukier, A. Debez, M. Hanana, A. M. Limami, C. Abdelly and I. Slama Nitrogen metabolism plays a major role in the adaptation of the halophytic forage species Sulla carnosa to water deficit and upon stress recovery. Plant Biosystems. 10. (see details)
  31. Roy S and Chakraborty U Cross-generic studies with rice indicate that ion homeostasis and antioxidant defense is associated with superior salinity tolerance in Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers.. 20, 1, 14. -22. (see details)
  32. Rozentsvet, O. A. and V. N. Nesterov Lipid Profile Features of Detergent-Resistant Membranes of Mitochondria and Chloroplasts from Euhalophyte Halocnemum strobilaceum. Chemistry of Natural Compounds. 811-814. (see details)
  33. Rufo, L., M. T. Iglesias-Lopez and V. de la Fuente The endemic halophyte Sarcocornia carinata Fuente, Rufo & Sanchez-Mata (Chenopodiaceae) in relation to environmental variables: elemental composition and biominerals. Plant and Soil. (see details)
  34. Sadeer, N. B., G. Zengin and M. F. Mahomoodally Biotechnological applications of mangrove plants and their isolated compounds in medicine-a mechanistic overview. Critical Reviews in Biotechnology. 22. (see details)
  35. Sanchez-Gavilan, I., L. Rufo, N. Rodriguez and V. de la Fuente On the elemental composition of the Mediterranean euhalophyteSalicornia patulaDuval-Jouve (Chenopodiaceae) from saline habitats in Spain (Huelva, Toledo and Zamora). Environmental Science and Pollution Research. (see details)
  36. Schiappacasse, F., M. Castro, R. Cabeza and C. Bonomelli Plant growth and nutrient uptake of Selliera radicans Cav. under soilless conditions and fertilized for cultivation purposes. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 9. (see details)
  37. Sciandrello, S. Coastal saltmarsh vegetation in Sicily (Italy): phytosociological insights and plant diversity. Plant Biosystems. (see details)
  39. Senizza, B., L. L. Zhang, G. Rocchetti, G. Zengin, G. Ak, E. Yitdiztugay, F. Elbasan, S. Jugreet, M. F. Mahomoodally and L. Lucini Metabolomic profiling and biological properties of six Limonium species: novel perspectives for nutraceutical purposes dagger. Food & Function. (see details)
  40. Serrano, D; Flores-Verdugo, F; Ramirez-Felix, E; Kovacs, JM; Flores-de-Santiago, F Modeling tidal hydrodynamic changes induced by the opening of an artificial inlet within a subtropical mangrove dominated estuary. WETLANDS ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT. (see details)
  41. Sevilleno, S. S., Y. H. Ju, J. S. Kim, F. H. Mancia, E. J. Byeon, R. A. Cabahug and Y. J. Hwang Cytogenetic analysis of Bienertia sinuspersici Akhani as the first step in genome sequencing. Genes & Genomics. (see details)
  42. Shah, S. Z., A. Rasheed, B. Gul, M. A. Khan, B. L. Nielsen and A. Hameed Maternal salinity improves yield, size and stress tolerance of Suaeda fruticosa seeds. Journal of Arid Land. (see details)
  43. Shan, Y., Y. Chen, X. Feng, F. Guan, F. Liu, M. Yin, M. Wang, Q. Wang and Y. Zhao New reduced triterpenoid saponin compound Salicornia bigelovii saponin A of 3-O-(6'-O-butyl)-beta-D-pyran-30-nor-12,20(29)-diene oleanolic acid-28-O-beta-D-pyran glucose ester used for preparing inflammation inhibitor. (see details)
  44. Shan, Y., Y. Chen, X. Feng, F. Guan, H. Sun, M. Yin, M. Wang, Q. Wang and Y. Zhao New Salicornia bigelovii saponin derivative used for treating cancer and inflammation. (see details)
  45. Shang, C. L., L. Wang, C. Y. Tian and J. Song Heavy metal tolerance and potential for remediation of heavy metal-contaminated saline soils for the euhalophyte Suaeda salsa. Plant Signaling & Behavior. (see details)
  46. Shi, R. Y., L. C. Liang, W. T. Liu and A. Zeb Kochia scoparia L., a newfound candidate halophyte, for phytoremediation of cadmium-contaminated saline soils. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 10. (see details)
  47. Shurigin, V., D. Egamberdieva, L. Li, K. Davranov, H. Panosyan, N. K. Birkeland, S. Wirth and S. D. Bellingrath-Kimura Endophytic bacteria associated with halophyte Seidlitzia rosmarinus Ehrenb. ex Boiss. from saline soil of Uzbekistan and their plant beneficial traits. Journal of Arid Land. (see details)
  48. Siddiqui, S. A., K. Khatri, D. Patel and M. S. Rathore Photosynthetic Gas Exchange and Chlorophyll a Fluorescence in Salicornia brachiata (Roxb.) Under Osmotic Stress. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation. (see details)
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