volume 3, issue 1, P1-9 2018
DOI: 10.15226/2475-4714/3/1/00133
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Abstract: Hypersaline environments are widely distributed across the globe as salt mines, saline lakes, salt marshes and marine water [1, 2]. Halophytes such as Atriplex, Salsola, Dichanthium, kallar grass and para grass may contribute significantly to the developing world's supply of food, fiber, fuel and fodder. For areas where farm land has been salinized by poor irrigation practices or that overlie reservoirs of brackish water or for coastal desert regions, these plants could be successfully grown [3, 4]. The rhizos…

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