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Hanslin H. M. and T. Eggen. 2005. Salinity tolerance during germination of seashore halophytes and salt-tolerant grass cultivars. Seed Science Research 15(1):8. https://www-cambridge-org.proxy.lib.umich.edu/core/journals/seed-science-research/article/salinity-tolerance-during-germination-of-seashore-halophytes-and-salttolerant-grass-cultivars/EDC77E54917DB623C5930AA8E8D7A96B.
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Reference Number: 38129
Type: Journal Article
Author: Hanslin H. M. and T. Eggen
Date (year): 2005
Article Title:Salinity tolerance during germination of seashore halophytes and salt-tolerant grass cultivars
Journal Name: Seed Science Research
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 8
URL: https://www-cambridge-org.proxy.lib.umich.edu/core/journals/seed-science-research/article/salinity-tolerance-during-germination-of-seashore-halophytes-and-salttolerant-grass-cultivars/EDC77E54917DB623C5930AA8E8D7A96B
Keywords: Salinity, tolerance, Filipendula ulmaria, dredged marine sediments, germination, halophyte, phytoremediation, plant establishment, seawater
DOI: 10.1079/SSR2004196
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