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Atriplex


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Atriplex

Atriplex

Genetic Structure of Atriplex halimus Populations in the Mediterranean Basin

Gall Size-Dependent Survival for Asphondylia atriplicis (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) on Atriplex canescens

Growth and Photosynthetic Responses to Salinity of the Salt-marsh Shrub Atriplex portulacoides

How do population genetic parameters affect germination of the heterocarpic species Atriplex tatarica (Amaranthaceae)?

Loss of Genetic Variation in Geographically Marginal Populations of Atriplex tatarica (Chenopodiaceae)

Gall Morphology and Community Composition in Asphondylia flocossa (Cecidomyiidae) Galls on Atriplex polycarpa (Chenopodiaceae)

Comparative studies of C3 and C4 Atriplex hybrids in the genomics era: physiological assessments

Effect of Bracteoles on Seed Germination and Dispersal of Two Species of Atriplex

Similar Regulation Patterns of Choline Monooxygenase, Phosphoethanolamine N-Methyltransferase and S-Adenosyl-l-Methionine Synthetase in Leaves of the Halophyte Atriplex nummularia L.

Response to non-uniform salinity in the root zone of the halophyte Atriplex nummularia: growth, photosynthesis, water relations and tissue ion concentrations

Rapid regulation of the plasma membrane H+-ATPase activity is essential to salinity tolerance in two halophyte species, Atriplex lentiformis and Chenopodium quinoa

Effects of Insect Herbivory on Physiological and Biochemical (Oxidative Enzyme) Responses of the Halophyte Atriplex subspicata (Chenopodiaceae)

Plant responses to heterogeneous salinity: growth of the halophyte Atriplex nummularia is determined by the root-weighted mean salinity of the root zone

NaCl alleviates polyethylene glycol-induced water stress in the halophyte species Atriplex halimus L.

Effects of Salinity on Growth, Water Relations and Ion Accumulation of the Subtropical Perennial Halophyte, Atriplex griffithii var. stocksii

Growth Stage Modulates Salinity Tolerance of New Zealand Spinach (Tetragonia tetragonioides, Pall.) and Red Orach (Atriplex hortensis L.)

Abscisic acid has contrasting effects on salt excretion and polyamine concentrations of an inland and a coastal population of the Mediterranean xero-halophyte species Atriplex halimus

 

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(family Chenopodiaceae)

A genus of herbs and small shrubs most of which are halophytes. The stems are often striated which red or white, and the plant is often mealy. The leaves are alternate, toothed or lobed, linear or triangular, and without stipules. The flowers are inconspicuous, unisexual, and held in small cymes. The perianth of the male flower is composed of 2–5 segments, usually green in colour, and there is a similar number of stamens. The female flower is without any perianth, but is enclosed by 2 persistent bracteoles, which can be entire or lobed. The superior ovary is composed of 3 fused carpels, and a single locule with one ovule. The fruit is an achene. There are about 100 species, found throughout the world, often as components of open communities or grassland, on saline soils (e.g. in coastal areas).

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.


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