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Halophyte improvement for a salinized world

Bibliographic reference Ruan, Cheng-Jiang ; Teixeira Da Silva, Jaime ; Mopper, Susan ; Qin, Pei ; Lutts, Stanley. Halophyte improvement for a salinized world. In: Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences, Vol. 29, no. 6, p. 329-359 (2010)
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