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WHAT DOES HALOPHYTIC MEAN IN ENGLISH?
A halophyte is a plant that grows in waters of high salinity, coming into contact with saline water through its roots or by salt spray, such as in saline semi-deserts, mangrove swamps, marshes and sloughs, and seashores. An example of a halophyte is the salt marsh grass Spartina alterniflora. Relatively few plant species are halophytes - perhaps only 2% of all plant species. The large majority of plant species are glycophytes, plants which are not salt-tolerant, and are damaged fairly easily by high salinity. One quantitative measure of salt tolerance is the "total dissolved solids" in irrigation water that a plant can tolerate. Sea water typically contains 40 grams per litre of dissolved salts. Beans and rice can tolerate about 1-3 g/l, and are considered glycophytes. At the other extreme, Salicornia bigelovii grows well at 70 g/l of dissolved solids, and is a promising halophyte for use as a crop. Plants such as barley and the date palm can tolerate about 5 g/l, and can be considered as marginal halophytes. Adaptation to saline environments by halophytes may take the form of salt tolerance or salt avoidance.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «HALOPHYTIC» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HALOPHYTIC»
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Halophytes and Biosaline Agriculture
Mangroves are halophytic trees and shrubs. The canopy of tropical mangrove
forest may reach a height of 8-16 (up to 30) m. Many halophytic C4 herbs and
grasses occur in salt marshes in the tropical zone. HALOPHYTIC VEGETATION
Sabkha Ecosystems: Volume II: West and Central Asia
Volume II: West and Central Asia M. Ajmal Khan. CHAPTER 6 BIODIVERSITY OF
HALOPHYTIC AND SABKHA ECOSYSTEMS IN IRAN HO S SEIN AKHANI
University ofTehran, Department OfBiOlogy, Faculty ofScience, PO. Box 14155-
M. Ajmal Khan, 2008
Ecology of Halophytes
Obviously, different conclusions will be reached concerning whether certain
habitats are halophytic or not° Because of the above situations, no literature
survey can provide a completely reliable list of all vascular halophytes of the
seacoasts of ...
Robert J. Mold, 2012
The Pacific Islands: Environment & Society
... but above the high-tide line (Fosberg 1960). The vegetation of the strand is a
relatively narrow band of halophytic (salt-tolerant) herbs, shrubs, and tree
species, often characterized by fleshy leaves with a salty sap, as well as by
Moshe Rapaport, 1999
Cash Crop Halophytes: Recent Studies: Ten Years After Al Ain ...
Effect. of. seawater. irrigation. on. biomass. production. and. ion. composition. of.
seven. halophytic. species. in. Morocco. M.C. HARROUNI, S. DAOUD AND H.-W.
KOYRO 59 Table I. Characteristics of tap water and seawater dilutions prior.
Helmut Lieth, Marina Mochtchenko, 2003
Integrative Plant Anatomy
Halophytic Leaves Halophytic plants, or halophytes, are those species able to
tolerate saline environments. This adaptation is sometimes considered a special
type of xerophytism because of the nature of the environments they inhabit.
William C. Dickison, 2000
Of these, only 45 species constitute what would generally be thought of as the
halophytic element (the exact size of the halophytic element depends on how
species are defined - for example, whether Salicornia ewopaea scnsu laio is split
Paul Adam, 1993
Aralkum - a Man-Made Desert: The Desiccated Floor of the ...
The halophytic vegetation is present on most of the dry seafloor of the 1970, 1980
and 1990 and especially the more recent desiccated areas. This vegetation is
now the most prominent all over the Aralkum. The halobiomes (salt deserts) ...
Siegmar-W. Breckle, Walter Wucherer, Liliya A. Dimeyeva, 2011
Advances in Botanical Research
within a lineage of non-halophytic succulents (Section II.C). We have very little
understanding of the role the succulent habit plays a in the overall life of
halophytic plants. Research to date does not support the notion that succulence
per se has ...
Illustrated Handbook of Succulent Plants: Dicotyledons
Annual or perennial often halophytic herbs, or rarely shrubs or small trees or
climbing; stems often succulent and/or jointed, usually with secondary growth in
concentric rings of vascular bundles or otherwise; L alternate or opposite, often ...
Urs Eggli, 2002
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «HALOPHYTIC»
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Substantial reprogramming of the Eutrema salsugineum …
A number of genes have been functionally associated with the halophytic lifestyle of E. salsugineum. These include the sodium transporter ... «BMC Blogs Network, Jun 15»
The road less taken: Auroville, Sundarbans, Chitrakoot, more
Located in West Bengal, it has the largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forests in the world. The Sundarbans delta was formed by ... «Financial Express, May 15»
Sundarbans, West Bengal
Sunderbans is the largest single block of tidal, halophytic mangrove forest in the world. The aqua fauna of Sunderbans include a variety of ... «Financial Express, May 15»
World Bank report Building Resilience for Sustainable Development …
The Sundarbans is a natural region in Bengal and the largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world. The Sundarbans ... «Jagran Josh, Feb 15»
Hurdles in opening Mongla-Ghashiakhali Route
The Sundarbans, located in the southwestern part of Bangladesh, is the largest single block of tidal halophytic (salt water tolerant) mangrove ... «The Daily Star, Dec 14»
Menace at the mangrove
Sundarbans is the largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world. It covers approximately 10,000 square kilometres (3,900 ... «DhakaTribune, Dec 14»
He is just back from the Sundarbans with a host of pictures of the world's largest tidal halophytic mangrove forest, taken with his new Canon 5D ... «Business Today, Nov 14»
Sagar Islands to become biggest tourism hub in eastern India
... adventure sports and, of course, the Sundarbans, the largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world, home to the Bengal ... «eTurboNews, Oct 14»
New to Nature No 127: Frankenia fruticosa
Most of the family's 80 or so species are halophytic herbs and shrubs restricted to saline, gypseous or calcareous substrates, and thus ... «The Guardian, Jul 14»
Water turned off in Abu Dhabi desert tree experiment (photo)
It's interesting to see the indigenous Chenopod shrubs (which are halophytic – salt tolerant) beginning to repopulate the area, possibly even ... «Green Prophet, May 14»
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