Khan, M. Ajmal

Ecophysiology of High Salinity Tolerant Plants

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1. How Salts Of Sodium, Potassium, And Sulfate Affect The Germination And Early Growth Of Atriplex Acanthocarpa (Chenopodiaceae)
2. Halophyte Seed Germination
3. Salt Tolerance Of Some Potential Forage Grasses From Cholistan Desert Of Pakistan
4. Variability Of Fruit And Seed-Oil Characteristics In Tunisian Accessions Of The Halophyte Cakile Maritima (Brassicaceae)
5. Salt Tolerant Plants From The Great Basin Region Of The United States
6. Role Of Calcium In Alleviating Salinity Effects In Coastal Halophytes
7. Calorespirometric Metabolism And Growth In Response To Seasonal Changes Of Temperature And Salt
8. Evaluation Of Anthocyanin Contents Under Salinity (Nacl) Stress In Bellis Perennis L.
9. A Comparative Study On Responses Of Growth And Solute Composition In Halophytes Suaeda Salsa And Limonium Bicolor To Salinity
10. Alleviation Of Salinity Stress In The Seeds Of Some Brassica Species
11. Saline Tolerance Physiology In Grasses
12. Localization Of Potential Ion Transport Pathways In The Salt Glands Of The Halophyte Sporobolus Virginicus
13. Cellular Responses To Salinity Of Two Coastal Halophytes With Different Whole Plant Tolerance: Kosteletzkya Virginica (L.) Presl. And Sporobolus Virginicus (L.) Kunth
14. Eco-Physiological Studies On Indian Desert Plants: Effect Of Salt On Antioxidant Defense Systems In Ziziphus Spp
15. Sabkha Edge Vegetation Of Coastal And Inland Sabkhat In Saudi Arabia
16. Analysis Of The Soil Sustaining Salt Grass (Distichlis Spicata (L.) Greene) Wild Populations In A Semiarid Coastal Zone Of Mexico
17. Comparative Salt Tolerance Of Perennial Grasses
18. Commercial Application Of Halophytic Turfs For Golf And Landscape Developments Utilizing Hyper-Saline Irrigation
19. Salt Tolerance Of Floriculture Crops
20. Utilization Of Salt-Affected Soils By Growing Some Acacia Species
21. Soil Remediation Via Salt-Conduction And The Hypotheses Of Halosynthesis And Photoprotection
22. Mechanisms Of Cash Crop Halophytes To Maintain Yields And Reclaim Saline Soils In Arid Areas
23. Halophyte Uses For The Twenty-First Century
24. Halophyte Research And Development: What Needs To Be Done Next ?


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