2 edition of Halophyte uses in different climates IV found in the catalog.
Halophyte uses in different climates IV
|Statement||edited by Helmut Lieth and Marina Mochtchenko.|
|Series||Progress in biometeorology ;, v. 18|
|Contributions||Lieth, Helmut., Mochtchenko, Marina, QUEST Conference for the Middle East and North Africa (2002 : Dawḥah, Qatar)|
|LC Classifications||SB318.S25 H25 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34, xxxiv p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||2002317700|
from book Ecophysiology of High Salinity Tolerant Plants to high salinity and temperature and iv) Halophyte uses in different climates. I: Ecological and Ecophysiological Studies. In: H. The sample was diluted in pure solvent of extraction at different concentrations (10, 20, and μg/ml), then 1 ml of each diluted plant extract was added to ml of a mmol/l DPPH. methanolic solution. The mixture of different extract concentration and DPPH were placed in the dark at room temperature for 30 min.
Sabkha Ecosystems: Volume IV: Cash Crop Halophyte and Biodiversity Conservation - Ebook written by M. Ajmal Khan, Benno Böer, Münir Öztürk, Thabit Zahran Al Abdessalaam, Miguel Clüsener-Godt, Bilquees Gul. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Sabkha Ecosystems: Volume IV. This book contains current knowledge and the most recent developments in the field of halophyte biology, ecology, and potential uses. Halophytes are characterized as plants that can survive and complete their life cycle in highly saline environments.
Plants growing in desert regions have to face a number of environmental adversaries such as high temperature, soil salinity and water stress due to low precipitation. Halophytes are among the successful plants that grow in desert saline regions. Halophytes use many different strategies to survive under these conditions. Halophytes frequently have specialized morphological structures that they use for an external sodium sequestration. The most famous structure present in 50% of the halophytes is the salt bladder. Salt bladders have not been observed in C. r Ciccarelli et al. () studied two morphotypes of C. maritima in Italy that have different leaf morphological adaptations.
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Part of the Tasks for Vegetation Sciences book series (TAVS, volume 43) Venezuela has a long tradition of research with halophytes, especially with mangroves. Physiological as well as ecological and sociological research was done along the seacoast of Venezuela including the Orinoco delta area and the Maracaibo bay far by: 1.
Halophytes and Climate Change includes coverage of: Special morphological, anatomical, and physiological features of halophytes - Ion accumulation patterns and homeostasis in halophytes - Potential use of halophytes in the remediation of saline soil - Growth and physiological response and tolerance to toxicity and drought - Mangrove ecology, physiology, and adaptation Written by a team of international authors and presented in full colour, this book.
Following this, the ancient and present-day uses of halophytes in Portugal are presented and discussed, focusing on their traditional uses and biological activities. The review concludes by suggesting future requirements and perspectives for further exploitation of these species within the context of sustainability and climate change.
Comparative influence of salinity and temperature on the germination of subtropical halophytes. Halophyte Uses in different climates I: Ecological and Eco-physiological Studies.
Progress in Biometeriology, Vol. Get this from a library. Halophyte uses in different climates I: ecological and ecophysiological studies: proceedings of the 3rd seminar of the EU Concerted Action Group IC 18CTFlorence, Italy, 20 July, [Atef Hamdy; EU Concerted Action.
The authors present cross sections of the roots, stems and leaves of 62 halophyte species belonging to 18 families from different habitats and climates (temperate, Mediterranean). They also discuss the ecological, physiological Halophyte uses in different climates IV book evolutionary aspects of the various adaptive structures in an integrative way.
Halophytes and Climate Change includes coverage of: Special morphological, anatomical, and physiological features of halophytes - Ion accumulation patterns and homeostasis in halophytes - Potential use of halophytes in the remediation of saline soil- Growth and physiological response and tolerance to toxicity and drought- Mangrove ecology, physiology, and adaptation.
Güth, M. Halophytes uses in Different Climates III: Computer-Aided Analysis of Socio-Economic Aspects of the Sustainable Utilization of Halophytes. Progress in Biometeorology, Leiden, Netherlands: Backhuys Publisher. 99 pp. Google Scholar. from book From halophyte research to halophytes farming Sabkha Ecosystems: V olume IV: Cash Cr op Halophyte and Biodiversity.
Conservation, phyte uses in different climates, vol 2. Optimal halophyte growth is achieved at a concentration of around 50 m m NaCl for monocots, and between and m m for dicots (Glenn et al., ; Flowers and Colmer, ). Moreover, some halophyte species do not show significant yield reduction even when irrigated with seawater (e.g.
Suaeda maritima; Greenway and Munns, ). This is. Halophyte uses in different climates I: ecological and ecophysiological studies. In: Lieth H, Moschenko M, Lohman M, Koyro HW, Hamdy A (eds) Progress in biometeorology. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands, pp – Google Scholar.
In Halophyte uses in different climates. Edited by Hamdy, A., Lieth, H., Todorović, M. and Moschenko, M. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, the Netherlands). In addition to the species database there is also a large literature database on halophytes. A halophyte is a salt-tolerant plant that grows in soil or 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.
The word derives from Ancient Greek ἅλας (halas) 'salt' and φυτόν (phyton) 'plant'. An example of a halophyte is the salt marsh grass Spartina. The use of crops that can survive and produce under saline conditions is an alternative to insure food security in areas facing the problem of salinity.
Chenopodium quinoa, a species native to the Andean region that tolerates salinity, has great potential as a cash crop halophyte with high nutritive value in salt-affected areas. Indeed, quinoa. In book: Sabkha Ecosystems: Volume IV: Moschenko M (eds) Halophyte uses in different climates, vol 2, Progress in biometeorology Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, pp Halophytes and Climate Change: Adaptive Mechanisms and Potential Uses This book contains current knowledge and the most recent developments in the field of halophyte biology, ecology, and potential uses.
Halophytes are characterised as plants that can survive and complete their life cycle in highly saline environments.
These compounds can also be potentially used as medicines. The literature reveals that different types of medicines obtained from coastal and near-coastal species have been used by local inhabitants. The present review focuses on the potential use of halophytes as medicines and their utilization at local and industrial levels.
Halophyte uses in different climates. Cashcrop halophytes for future halophyte growers. Progress in Biometeorology Leiden: Backhuys Publishers; [Google Scholar] Liphschitz N, Shomer-Ilan A, Eshel A, Waisel Y. Salt glands on leaves of Rhodes grass (Chloris gayana Kth.) Annals of Botany.
; – [Google Scholar]. Use of Halophytes as Medicinal Plants: Phytochemical Diversity and Biological Activity; Lipids in Halophytes: Stress Physiology Relevance and Potential Future Applications.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary This book contains current knowledge and the most recent developments in the field of halophyte biology, ecology, and potential uses. Climate changes are very likely to increase the frequency and intensity of heat treatments, with mostly adverse implications for health, agriculture, forestry, energy production and use, transport, tourism, labour productivity, and the built environment.
The book considers the fundamentals of distribution, anatomy, and physiology of halophytes. It provides an overview of the role of the halophyte in ecosystems in various parts of the world.
A section on habitat associations of halophytes considers the relation of the plants to other fauna and flora in natural systems.Chapter 2 (Page no: 19) Habitats of halophytes. Salt-tolerant plants occur all over the world in a number of different ecosystems, ranging from pristine alkaline semi-deserts and mangrove forests; through semi-natural meadows and pastures; to man-made habitats such as the environs of graduation towers; over irrigated arable lands with poor drainage in the tropics; and to city lawns in the.
Get this from a library! Halophyte uses in different climates II: halophyte crop development: pilot studies: proceedings of the 3rd seminar of the EU Concerted Action Group IC 18CTFlorence, Italy, 20 July, [Atef Hamdy; EU .