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Plant metabolomics reveals conserved and divergent metabolic responses to salinity : Plant metabolomicsSANCHEZ, Diego H; SIAHPOOSH, Mohammad R; ROESSNER, Ute et al.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 2008, Vol 132, Num 2, pp 209-219, issn 0031-9317, 11 p.Article

Conservation of the salt overly sensitive pathway in riceMARTINEZ-ATIENZA, Juliana; XINGYU JIANG; GARCIADEBLAS, Blanca et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2007, Vol 143, Num 2, pp 1001-1012, issn 0032-0889, 12 p.Article

That's enough salt : Thanks New method evaluates aquatic organisms' ability to tolerate salinityVOUTCHKOV, Nikolay.Water environment & technology. 2007, Vol 19, Num 9, pp 96-99, issn 1044-9493, 4 p.Article

Oil Recovery Mechanism(s) by Low Salinity Brines and Their Interaction with ChalkALY ANIS HAMOUDA; MAEVSKIY, Evgeny.Energy & fuels. 2014, Vol 28, Num 11-12, pp 6860-6868, issn 0887-0624, 9 p.Article

From fresh to saline : a comparison of zooplankton and plant communities developing under a gradient of salinity with communities developing under constant salinity levelsNIELSEN, Daryl L; BROCK, Margaret A; VOGEL, Matthew et al.Marine and freshwater research. 2008, Vol 59, Num 7, pp 549-559, issn 1323-1650, 11 p.Article

Apparent thermal conductivity of a local adobe building materialGOVAER, D.Solar energy. 1987, Vol 38, Num 3, pp 165-168, issn 0038-092XArticle

Temperature- and Salinity-Decoupled Overproduction of Hydroxyectoine by Chromohalobacter salexigensRODRIGUEZ-MOYA, Javier; ARGANDONA, Montserrat; IGLESIAS-GUERRA, Fernando et al.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 2013, Vol 79, Num 3, pp 1018-1023, issn 0099-2240, 6 p.Article

Engineering salt tolerance in plantsBLUMWALD, Eduardo.Biotechnology & genetic engineering reviews. 2003, Vol 20, pp 261-275, issn 0264-8725, 15 p.Article

Enhancing the lipid content of the diatom Nitzschia sp. by 60Co-γ irradiation mutation and high-salinity domestication : Algae-Biomass for Fuel, Electricity and AgricultureJUN CHENG; JIA FENG; JING SUN et al.Energy (Oxford). 2014, Vol 78, pp 9-15, issn 0360-5442, 7 p.Article

Potassium transport and plant salt toleranceSHABALA, Sergey; CUIN, Tracey A.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 2008, Vol 133, Num 4, pp 651-669, issn 0031-9317, 19 p.Conference Paper

Croissance et accumulation de sels chez Halopeplis amplexicaulis (Vahl.) Ung. cultivé à différentes salinités = Growth and salt accumulation in Halopeplis amplexicaulis (Vahl.) Ung. cultured with different salinitiesTREMBLIN, G; FERARD, G.Acta oecologica (Montrouge). 1994, Vol 15, Num 3, pp 355-364, issn 1146-609XArticle

Impact of Plagioclase on the Low Salinity EOR-Effect in SandstoneSTRAND, Skule; AUSTAD, Tor; PUNTERVOLD, Tina et al.Energy & fuels. 2014, Vol 28, Num 3-4, pp 2378-2383, issn 0887-0624, 6 p.Article

Relationship between the photosynthetic activity and the performance of Cakile maritima after long-term salt treatmentDEBEZ, Ahmed; KOYRO, Hans-Werner; GRIGNON, Claude et al.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 2008, Vol 133, Num 2, pp 373-385, issn 0031-9317, 13 p.Article

Limiting cytosolic Na+ confers salt tolerance to rice cells in culture : a two-photon microscopy study of SBFI-loaded cellsANIL, Veena S; KRISHNAMURTHY, H; MATHEW, M. K et al.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 2007, Vol 129, Num 3, pp 607-621, issn 0031-9317, 15 p.Article

Practical Potential of Reverse Electrodialysis As Process for Sustainable Energy GenerationDLUGOLECKI, Piotr; GAMBIER, Antoine; NIJMEIJER, Kitty et al.Environmental science & technology. 2009, Vol 43, Num 17, pp 6888-6894, issn 0013-936X, 7 p.Article

Standard seawater comparison up to P129AOYAMA, Michio; JOYCE, Terrence M; KAWANO, Takeshi et al.Deep-sea research. Part 1. Oceanographic research papers. 2002, Vol 49, Num 6, pp 1103-1114, issn 0967-0637Article

Energy harvesting from salinity gradient by reverse electrodialysis with anodic alumina nanoporesKIM, Juwan; SUNG JIN KIM; KIM, Dong-Kwon et al.Energy (Oxford). 2013, Vol 51, pp 413-421, issn 0360-5442, 9 p.Article

Modulation of ethylene responses affects plant salt-stress responsesCAO, Wan-Hong; JUN LIU; HE, Xin-Jian et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2007, Vol 143, Num 2, pp 707-719, issn 0032-0889, 13 p.Article

Can Lowering the Injection Brine Salinity Further Increase Oil Recovery by Surfactant Injection under Otherwise Similar Conditions?JOHANNESSEN, Annette Meland; SPILDO, Kristine.Energy & fuels. 2014, Vol 28, Num 11-12, pp 6723-6734, issn 0887-0624, 12 p.Article

Rice shaker potassium channel OsKATi confers tolerance to salinity stress on yeast and rice cellsOBATA, Toshihiro; KITAMOTO, Hiroko K; NAKAMURA, Atsuko et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2007, Vol 144, Num 4, pp 1978-1985, issn 0032-0889, 8 p.Article

Microbial responses to salt-induced osmotic stressPOLONENKO, D. R; MAYFIELD, C. I; DUMBROFF, E. B et al.Plant and soil. 1984, Vol 80, Num 3, pp 363-371, issn 0032-079XArticle

'Candidatus magnetoglobus multicellularis', a multicellular, magnetotactic prokaryote from a hypersaline environmentABREU, Fernanda; LOPES MARTINS, Juliana; SOUZA SILVEIRA, Thais et al.International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology (Print). 2007, Vol 57, pp 1318-1322, issn 1466-5026, 5 p., 6Article

Functional screening of salt stress-related genes from Thellungiella halophila using fission yeast systemNING LIU; CHEN, An-Ping; ZHONG, Nai-Qin et al.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 2007, Vol 129, Num 4, pp 671-678, issn 0031-9317, 8 p.Article

Growth of E. coli BL21 in minimal media with different gluconeogenic carbon sources and salt contentsPALIY, Oleg; GUNASEKERA, Thusitha S.Applied microbiology and biotechnology. 2007, Vol 73, Num 5, pp 1169-1172, issn 0175-7598, 4 p.Article

Effect of short-term salt stress on the metabolic profiles of pyrimidine, purine and pyridine nucleotides in cultured cells of the mangrove tree, Bruguiera sexangulaSUZUKI-YAMAMOTO, Mihoko; MIMURA, Tetsuro; ASHIHARA, Hiroshi et al.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 2006, Vol 128, Num 3, pp 405-414, issn 0031-9317, 10 p.Article

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