Wide Scene on Halophytes

@article{Taia2020WideSO,
  title={Wide Scene on Halophytes},
  author={Wafaa Kamal Taia},
  journal={International Journal of Contemporary Research and Review},
  year={2020}
}
  • W. Taia
  • Published 10 January 2020
  • Environmental Science
  • International Journal of Contemporary Research and Review
This work dealt with the different types of halophytes; obligate, facultative, and habitat-indifferent halophytes with the indication of the main angiosperm families containing each category. In the same time it summarizes the most dominant halophyte species and their belonging families and their degree of adaptation to salt habitats. These genera and species, which are more than five hundred, were belonging to more than 70 Angiosperm families. These species can be further classified according… 
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