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@article{Hammer2010BarillaS,
  title={Barilla (Salsola soda, Chenopodiaceae)},
  author={K. Hammer and D. Pignone and S. Cifarelli and P. Perrino},
  journal={Economic Botany},
  year={2010},
  volume={44},
  pages={410-412}
}
Barilla (Salsola soda, Chenopodiaceae).-The number ofplants used by people as source of food or of other useful material has been dramatically decreasing in the last decennia. Barilla (Salsola soda L., Chenopodiaceae) is one of those plants that have lost economic importance as a consequence ofnew industrial processes. In fact, it was formerly needed for the production of impure sodium carbonate that was used, e.g., for production of soap and glass. This impure salt was called "barilla," hence… 
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