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  1. Nishijima, T., M. Furuhashi, S. Sakaoka, A. Morikami and H. Tsukagoshi (2017) Ectopic expression of Mesembryanthemum crystallinum sodium transporter McHKT2 provides salt stress tolerance in Arabidopsis thaliana. Bioscience Biotechnology and Biochemistry. 81, 11, 2139-2144. (see details)
  2. Nouri, H., S. C. Borujeni, R. Nirola, A. Hassanli, S. Beecham, S. Alaghmand, C. Saint and D. Mulcahy (2017) Application of green remediation on soil salinity treatment: A review on halophytoremediation. Process Safety and Environmental Protection. 107, 94-107. (see details)
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  4. Paidi, M. K., P. Agarwal, P. More and P. K. Agarwal (2017) Chemical Derivatization of Metabolite Mass Profiling of the Recretohalophyte Aeluropus lagopoides Revealing Salt Stress Tolerance Mechanism. Marine Biotechnology. 19, 3, 207-218. (see details)
  5. Palacio-Rodriguez, R; Coria-Arellano, JL; Lopez-Bucio, J; Sanchez-Salas, J; Muro-Perez, G; Castaneda-Gaytan, G; Saenz-Mata, J (2017) Halophilic rhizobacteria from Distichlis spicata promote growth and improve salt tolerance in heterologous plant hosts. SYMBIOSIS. 73, 3, 179. -189. (see details)
  6. Pan, T., Y. F. Liu, X. M. Su, L. Z. An and Q. S. Qiu (2017) Domain-switch analysis of PeNHX3 from Populus euphratica reveals the critical role of the transmembrane domain 11 in Na+ and Li+ transport. Journal of Plant Physiology. 219, 1-11. (see details)
  7. Panda, A., J. Rangani, A. Kumari and A. K. Parida (2017) Efficient regulation of arsenic translocation to shoot tissue and modulation of phytochelatin levels and antioxidative defense system confers salinity and arsenic tolerance in the Halophyte Suaeda maritima. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 143, 149-171. (see details)
  8. Pardo, T., M. P. Bernal and R. Clemente (2017) Phytostabilisation of severely contaminated mine tailings using halophytes and field addition of organic and inorganic amendments. Chemosphere. 178, 556-564. (see details)
  9. Paredes-Paliz, K. I., E. Mateos-Naranjo, B. Doukkali, M. A. Caviedes, S. Redondo-Gomez, I. D. Rodriguez-Llorente and E. Pajuelo (2017) Modulation of Spartina densiflora plant growth and metal accumulation upon selective inoculation treatments: A comparison of gram negative and gram positive rhizobacteria. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 125, 1-2, 77-85. (see details)
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  11. Pellegrini, E., D. Konnerup, A. Winkel, V. Casolo and O. Pedersen (2017) Contrasting oxygen dynamics in Limonium narbonense and Sarcocornia fruticosa during partial and complete submergence. Functional Plant Biology. 44, 9, 867-876. (see details)
  12. Pellegrini, E., E. Petranich, A. Acquavita, J. Canario, A. Emili and S. Covelli (2017) Mercury uptake by halophytes in response to a long-term contamination in coastal wetland salt marshes (northern Adriatic Sea). Environmental Geochemistry and Health. 39, 6, 1273-1289. (see details)
  13. Pereira, C. G., L. Barreira, N. D. Neng, J. M. F. Nogueira, C. Marques, T. F. Santos, J. Varela and L. Custodio (2017) Searching for new sources of innovative products for the food industry within halophyte aromatic plants: In vitro antioxidant activity and phenolic and mineral contents of infusions and decoctions of Crithmum maritimum L. Food and Chemical Toxicology. 107, 581-589. (see details)
  14. Pereira, C. G., L. Custodio, M. J. Rodrigues, N. R. Neng, J. M. F. Nogueira, J. Carlier, M. C. Costa, J. Varela and L. Barreira (2017) Profiling of antioxidant potential and phytoconstituents of Plantago coronopus. Brazilian Journal of Biology. 77, 3, 632-641. (see details)
  15. Perri, S., F. Viola, L. V. Noto and A. Molini (2017) Salinity and periodic inundation controls on the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum of gray mangroves. Hydrological Processes. 31, 6, 1271-1282. (see details)
  16. Perrin, F; Dubois-Laurent, C; Gibon, Y; Citerne, S; Huet, S; Suel, A; Le Clerc, V; Briard, M; Hamama, L; Peltier, D; Gagne, S; Geoffriau, E (2017) Combined Alternaria dauci infection and water stresses impact carotenoid content of carrot leaves and roots. ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY. 143, 125. -134. (see details)
  17. Pessarakli, M., D. D. Breshears, J. Walworth, J. P. Field and D. J. Law (2017) Candidate halophytic grasses for addressing land degradation: Shoot responses of Sporobolus airoides and Paspalum vaginatum to weekly increasing NaCl concentration. Arid Land Research and Management. 31, 2, 169-181. (see details)
  18. Petranich, E., A. Acquavita, S. Covelli and A. Emili (2017) Potential bioaccumulation of trace metals in halophytes from salt marshes of a northern Adriatic coastal lagoon. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 17, 7, 1986-1998. (see details)
  19. Piernik, A., K. Hrynkiewicz, A. Wojciechowska, S. Szymanska, M. I. Lis and A. Muscolo (2017) Effect of halotolerant endophytic bacteria isolated from Salicornia europaea L. on the growth of fodder beet (Beta vulgaris L.) under salt stress. Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science. 63, 10, 1404-1418. (see details)
  20. Piirainen, M., O. Liebisch and G. Kadereit (2017) Phylogeny, biogeography, systematics and taxonomy of Salicornioideae (Amaranthaceae/Chenopodiaceae) - A cosmopolitan, highly specialized hygrohalophyte lineage dating back to the Oligocene. Taxon. 66, 1, 109-132. (see details)
  21. Pinheiro, I., R. Arantes, C. M. D. Santo, F. D. Vieira, K. R. Lapa, L. V. Gonzaga, R. Fett, J. L. Barcelos-Oliveira and W. Q. Seiffert (2017) Production of the halophyte Sarcocornia ambigua and Pacific white shrimp in an aquaponic system with biofloc technology. Ecological Engineering. 100, 261-267. (see details)
  22. Prerostova, S., P. I. Dobrev, A. Gaudinova, P. Hosek, P. Soudek, V. Knirsch and R. Vankova (2017) Hormonal dynamics during salt stress responses of salt-sensitive Arabidopsis thaliana and salt-tolerant Thellungiella salsuginea. Plant Science. 264, 188-198. (see details)
  23. Qasim, M., Z. Abideen, M. Y. Adnan, S. Gulzar, B. Gul, M. Rasheed and M. A. Khan (2017) Antioxidant properties, phenolic composition, bioactive compounds and nutritive value of medicinal halophytes commonly used as herbal teas. South African Journal of Botany. 110, 240-250. (see details)
  24. Qin, L. P., L. Q. Wang, Y. Guo, Y. Li, H. Umut and Y. C. Wang (2017) An ERF transcription factor from Tamarix hispida, ThCRF1, can adjust osmotic potential and reactive oxygen species scavenging capability to improve salt tolerance. Plant Science. 265, 154-166. (see details)
  25. Qin, S., W. W. Feng, T. T. Wang, P. Ding, K. Xing and J. H. Jiang (2017) Plant growth-promoting effect and genomic analysis of the beneficial endophyte Streptomyces sp KLBMP 5084 isolated from halophyte Limonium sinense. Plant and Soil. 416, 1-2, 117-132. (see details)
  26. Qin, Y., X. Pan, C. Kubicek, I. Druzhinina, K. Chenthamara, J. Labbe and Z. Yuan (2017) Diverse Plant-Associated Pleosporalean Fungi from Saline Areas: Ecological Tolerance and Nitrogen-Status Dependent Effects on Plant Growth. Frontiers in Microbiology. 8, (see details)
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  33. Rehman, N., M. R. Khan and G. M. Ali (2017) A novel phytoene synthase paralog from halophytic Salicornia confers salinity tolerance in plants. Turkish Journal of Botany. 41, 2, 117-+. (see details)
  34. Renna, M., M. Gonnella, S. Caretto, G. Mita and F. Serio (2017) Sea fennel (Crithmum maritimum L.): from underutilized crop to new dried product for food use. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution. 64, 1, 205-216. (see details)
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