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  1. Zhang, J. C., J. F. Yu, H. L. Hong, J. C. Liu, H. L. Lu and C. L. Yan (2017) Identification of heavy metal pollutant tolerance-associated genes in Avicennia marina (Forsk.) by suppression subtractive hybridization. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 119, 1, 81-91. (see details)
  2. Zhang, T. F., M. F. Gu, Y. H. Liu, Y. D. Lv, L. Zhou, H. Y. Lu, S. Q. Liang, H. B. Bao and H. Zhao (2017) Development of novel InDel markers and genetic diversity in Chenopodium quinoa through whole-genome re-sequencing. Bmc Genomics. 18, (see details)
  3. Zhang, W. D., P. Wang, Z. L. T. Bao, Q. Ma, L. J. Duan, A. K. Bao, J. L. Zhang and S. M. Wang (2017) SOS1, HKT1;5, and NHX1 Synergistically Modulate Na+ Homeostasis in the Halophytic Grass Puccinellia tenuiflora. Frontiers in Plant Science. 8, (see details)
  4. Zhang, X. M., Y. D. Wang, Y. Zhao, X. W. Xu, J. Q. Lei and R. L. Hill (2017) Litter decomposition and nutrient dynamics of three woody halophytes in the Taklimakan Desert Highway Shelterbelt. Arid Land Research and Management. 31, 3, 335-351. (see details)
  5. Zhang, Z. X., X. Tian and L. Sun (2017) Germination behaviour of Cenchrus pauciflorus seeds across a range of salinities. Weed Research. 57, 2, 91-100. (see details)
  6. Zhao, G. Y., L. Y. Zhao, Z. J. Xia, J. L. Zhu, D. Liu, C. Y. Liu, X. L. Chen, Y. Z. Zhang, X. Y. Zhang and M. X. Dai (2017) Salinicola tamaricis sp nov., a heavy-metal-tolerant, endophytic bacterium isolated from the halophyte Tamarix chinensis Lour. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 67, 6, 1813-1819. (see details)
  7. Zhao, Y. A., H. Q. Yu, T. Zhang and J. X. Guo (2017) Mycorrhizal colonization of chenopods and its influencing factors in different saline habitats, China. Journal of Arid Land. 9, 1, 143-152. (see details)
  8. Zhou, F., N. W. Qiu and C. Hua (2017) Effects of Salinity on the Photochemical Activity of Photosystems and Protein Subunits of Thylakoid in the Halophyte Salicornia bigelovii Torr. Research Journal of Biotechnology. 12, 5, 43-49. (see details)
  9. Zhou, N., S. Zhao and C. Y. Tian (2017) Effect of halotolerant rhizobacteria isolated from halophytes on the growth of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.) under salt stress. Fems Microbiology Letters. 364, 11, (see details)
  10. Zribi, O. T., K. Hessini, N. Trabelsi, F. Zribi, A. Hamdi, R. Ksouri and C. Abdelly (2017) Aeluropus littoralis maintains adequate gas exchange, pigment composition and phenolic contents under combined effects of salinity and phosphorus deficiency. Australian Journal of Botany. 65, 5, 453-462. (see details)
  11. Zulkaliph, N. A., A. S. Juraimi, M. K. Uddin, M. R. Ismail and S. M. Shamsuzzaman (2017) GROWTH RESPONSES OF SALT TOLERANT TURFGRASS TO SALINITY STRESS. Bangladesh Journal of Botany. 46, 1, 343-353. (see details)
  13. Abbas, G; Saqib, M; Akhtar, J; Murtaza, G; Shahid, M; Hussain, A (2016) Relationship between rhizosphere acidification and phytoremediation in two acacia species. JOURNAL OF SOILS AND SEDIMENTS. 16, 4, 1392. -1399. (see details)
  14. Abd El-Wahab, RH (2016) Plant assemblage and diversity variation with human disturbances in coastal habitats of the western Arabian Gulf. JOURNAL OF ARID LAND. 8, 5, 787. -798. (see details)
  15. Abdalla, E. B., A. S. El Hawy, M. F. El-Bassiony and H. M. El Shaer (2016) Impact of Halophytes and Salt Tolerant Forages on Animal Reproduction. Halophytic and Salt-Tolerant Feedstuffs: Impacts on Nutrition, Physiology and Reproduction of Livestock. 303-315. (see details)
  16. Abou El Ezz, S., E. F. Zaki, N. H. I. Abou-Soliman, W. Abd El Ghany and W. Ramadan (2016) Impact of Halophytes and Salt Tolerant Plants on Livestock Products. Halophytic and Salt-Tolerant Feedstuffs: Impacts on Nutrition, Physiology and Reproduction of Livestock. 161-176. (see details)
  17. Adams, J. B., D. Veldkornet and P. Tabot (2016) Distribution of macrophyte species and habitats in South African estuaries. South African Journal of Botany. 107, 5-11. (see details)
  18. Adnan, M. Y., T. Hussain, H. Asrar, A. Hameed, B. Gul, B. L. Nielsen and M. A. Khan (2016) Desmostachya bipinnata manages photosynthesis and oxidative stress at moderate salinity. Flora. 225, 1-9. (see details)
  19. Ado, M. N., Y. Guero, D. Michot, B. Soubeiga, T. S. Kiesse and C. Walter (2016) Phytodesalinization of irrigated saline Vertisols in the Niger Valley by Echinochloa stagnina. Agricultural Water Management. 177, 229-240. (see details)
  20. Akcin, A. and E. Yalcin (2016) Effect of salinity stress on chlorophyll, carotenoid content, and proline in Salicornia prostrata Pall. and Suaeda prostrata Pall. subsp prostrata (Amaranthaceae). Brazilian Journal of Botany. 39, 1, 101-106. (see details)
  21. Akhzari, D., S. Mahdavi, M. Pessarakli and M. Ebrahimi (2016) Effects of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi on Seedling Growth and Physiological Traits of Melilotus officinalis L. Grown Under Salinity Stress Conditions. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 47, 7, 822-831. (see details)
  22. Akinshina, N., A. Azizov, T. Karasyova and E. Klose (2016) On the issue of halophytes as energy plants in saline environment. Biomass & Bioenergy. 91, 306-311. (see details)
  23. Al Hassan, M., A. Pacurar, M. P. Lopez-Gresa, M. P. Donat-Torres, J. V. Llinares, M. Boscaiu and O. Vicente (2016) Effects of Salt Stress on Three Ecologically Distinct Plantago Species. Plos One. 11, 8, (see details)
  24. Al Hassan, M., J. Chaura, M. P. Lopez-Gresa, O. Borsai, E. Daniso, M. P. Donat-Torres, O. Mayoral, O. Vicente and M. Boscaiu (2016) Native-Invasive Plants vs. Halophytes in Mediterranean Salt Marshes: Stress Tolerance Mechanisms in Two Related Species. Frontiers in Plant Science. 7, (see details)
  25. Al Hassan, M., M. D. P. Lopez-Gresa, M. Boscaiu and O. Vicente (2016) Stress tolerance mechanisms in Juncus: responses to salinity and drought in three Juncus species adapted to different natural environments. Functional Plant Biology. 43, 10, 949-960. (see details)
  26. Al-Dakheel, A. J. and M. I. Hussain (2016) Genotypic Variation for Salinity Tolerance in Cenchrus ciliaris L. Frontiers in Plant Science. 7, (see details)
  28. Ali, A. and D. J. Yun (2016) Differential selection of sodium and potassium ions by TsHKT1;2. Plant Signaling & Behavior. 11, 8, (see details)
  29. Ali, A., N. Raddatz, R. Aman, S. Kim, H. C. Park, M. Jan, D. Baek, I. U. Khan, D. H. Oh, S. Y. Lee, R. A. Bressan, K. W. Lee, A. Maggio, J. M. Pardo, H. J. Bohnert and D. J. Yun (2016) A Single Amino-Acid Substitution in the Sodium Transporter HKT1 Associated with Plant Salt Tolerance. Plant Physiology. 171, 3, 2112-2126. (see details)
  30. Ali, H., B. Gul, M. Y. Adnan, M. Z. Ahmed, R. Ansari and M. A. Khan (2016) POTENTIAL OF HALOPHYTES AS CATTLE FODDER: A CASE-STUDY IN PAKISTAN. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 53, 3, 719-725. (see details)
  31. Aloisi, I., L. Parrotta, K. B. Ruiz, C. Landi, L. Bini, G. Cai, S. Biondi and S. Del Duca (2016) New Insight into Quinoa Seed Quality under Salinity: Changes in Proteomic and Amino Acid Profiles, Phenolic Content, and Antioxidant Activity of Protein Extracts. Frontiers in Plant Science. 7, (see details)
  32. Alvarenga, D. O., J. Rigonato, L. H. Z. Branco, I. S. Melo and M. F. Fiore (2016) Phyllonema aviceniicola gen. nov., sp nov and Foliisarcina bertiogensis gen. nov., sp nov., epiphyllic cyanobacteria associated with Avicennia schaueriana leaves. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 66, 689-700. (see details)
  33. Amari, T., S. Lutts, M. Taamali, G. Lucchini, G. A. Sacchi, C. Abdelly and T. Ghnaya (2016) Implication of citrate, malate and histidine in the accumulation and transport of nickel in Mesembryanthemum crystallinum and Brassica juncea. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 126, 122-128. (see details)
  34. Ameixa, O. M. C. C., B. Marques, V. S. Fernandes, A. M. V. M. Soares, R. Calado and A. I. Lillebo (2016) Dimorphic seeds of Salicornia ramosissima display contrasting germination responses under different salinities. Ecological Engineering. 87, 120-123. (see details)
  35. Arce, M. E., O. Bianciotto, M. S. Stronati, M. S. Yepes, A. Y. Blessio and F. M. Aras (2016) Agriculture and Sheep Production on Patagonian Sabkahs with Sarcocornia neei Irrigated with Seawater (Chubut - Argentina). Sabkha Ecosystems Vol V: The Americas. 48, 275-285. (see details)
  36. Arrivabene, HP; Campos, CQ; Souza, ID; Wunderlin, DA; Milanez, CRD; Machado, SR (2016) Differential bioaccumulation and translocation patterns in three mangrove plants experimentally exposed to iron. Consequences for environmental sensing. ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION. 215, 302. -313. (see details)
  37. Ashour, G., M. T. Badawy, M. F. El-Bassiony, A. S. El-Hawy and H. M. El Shaer (2016) Impact of Halophytes and Salt Tolerant Plants on Physiological Performance of Livestock. Halophytic and Salt-Tolerant Feedstuffs: Impacts on Nutrition, Physiology and Reproduction of Livestock. 261-286. (see details)
  38. Ashraf, M. T., C. J. Fang, T. Bochenski, I. Cybulska, A. Alassali, A. Sowunmi, R. Farzanah, G. P. Brudecki, T. Chaturvedi, S. Haris, J. E. Schmidt and M. H. Thomsen (2016) Estimation of bioenergy potential for local biomass in the United Arab Emirates. Emirates Journal of Food and Agriculture. 28, 2, 99-106. (see details)
  39. Attia-Ismail, S. A. (2016) Nutritional and Feed Value of Halophytes and Salt Tolerant Plants. Halophytic and Salt-Tolerant Feedstuffs: Impacts on Nutrition, Physiology and Reproduction of Livestock. 106-126. (see details)
  40. Attia-Ismail, S. A. (2016) Plant Secondary Metabolites of Halophytes and Salt Tolerant Plants. Halophytic and Salt-Tolerant Feedstuffs: Impacts on Nutrition, Physiology and Reproduction of Livestock. 127-142. (see details)
  41. Attia-Ismail, S. A. (2016) Mineral Balance in Animals as Affected by Halophyte and Salt Tolerant Plant Feeding. Halophytic and Salt-Tolerant Feedstuffs: Impacts on Nutrition, Physiology and Reproduction of Livestock. 143-157. (see details)
  42. Attia-Ismail, S. A. (2016) Rumen Physiology Under High Salt Stress. Halophytic and Salt-Tolerant Feedstuffs: Impacts on Nutrition, Physiology and Reproduction of Livestock. 348-357. (see details)
  43. Austin, J., Y. A. Jeon, M. K. Cha, S. Park and Y. Y. Cho (2016) Effects of Photoperiod, Light Intensity and Electrical Conductivity on the Growth and Yield of Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) in a Closed-type Plant Factory System. Korean Journal of Horticultural Science & Technology. 34, 3, 405-413. (see details)
  44. Ayyappan, D., G. Sathiyaraj and K. C. Ravindran (2016) Phytoextraction of heavy metals by Sesuvium portulacastrum l. a salt marsh halophyte from tannery effluent. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 18, 5, 453-459. (see details)
  45. Azri, W., Z. Barhoumi, F. Chibani, M. Borji, M. Bessrour and A. Mliki (2016) Proteomic responses in shoots of the facultative halophyte Aeluropus littoralis (Poaceae) under NaCl salt stress. Functional Plant Biology. 43, 11, 1028-1047. (see details)
  46. Bae, M.-J., F. Karadeniz, S.-G. Lee, Y. Seo and C.-S. Kong (2016) Inhibition of MMP-2 and MMP-9 Activities by Limonium tetragonum Extract. Preventive nutrition and food science. 21, 1, 38-43. (see details)
  47. Bae, S. J., B. C. Kang, M. Jeong, S. Kim, C. K. Kim and J. S. Han (2016) In vitro Multiplication through Single-Node Culture of Sea-Milkwort (Glaux maritima L.). Korean Journal of Horticultural Science & Technology. 34, 3, 461-471. (see details)
  48. Bankaji, I., I. Cacador and N. Sleimi (2016) Assessing of tolerance to metallic and saline stresses in the halophyte Suaeda fruticosa: The indicator role of antioxidative enzymes. Ecological Indicators. 64, 297-308. (see details)
  49. Bankaji, I., N. Sleimi, A. Gomez-Cadenas and R. M. Perez-Clemente (2016) NaCl protects against Cd and Cu-induced toxicity in the halophyte Atriplex halimus. Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research. 14, 4, (see details)
  50. Barak, S. and J. M. Farrant (2016) Extremophyte adaptations to salt and water deficit stress. Functional Plant Biology. 43, 7, V-X. (see details)
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