2003), working with saline groundwater in halophytes in the Northeastern semi-arid region, noted that Atriplex
It was predicted that Suaeda australis and Atriplex
semibaccata would have the highest germination success under saline conditions due to their tendency to persist in the most saline soils (in close proximity to the shoreline as well as further away in areas where mineral deposits have accumulated), whilst Rhagodia candolleana is generally less abundant in these areas.
It can concluded that the high protein, moderate fiber contents and high in vitro digestibility found in Ammophila arenaria, Trigonella maritime and Vicia monantha, Vicia sativa, Ononis vaginalis, Atriplex
nummularia and Lycium shawii make them good quality wild forage plant species that can be used in ruminants' nutrition under Egyptian rangelands conditions.
2013) and the hexane and ethyl acetate extracts from the aerial parts of Atriplex
inflata against Galba truncatula (HAMED et al.
Sampled plants included the following forage types and genera: shrubs (Artemisia, Chrysothamnus, Eriogonum, Krascheninnikovia, Salix, Sarcobatus); forbs (Alyssum, Atriplex
, Phlox); grasses (Agropyron, Bromus, Oryzopsis, Poa); sedges-rushes (Carex); conifers (Juniperus); and lichens.
Vegetation low riverine forest is usually trained pre-forestieres species on siliceous substrate and are: Crateagus monogyna; Halimium halimifolium; Withania frutescens; Atriplex
halimus; Acacia sp; Zygophyllum sp; Bryonia dioica; Calycotome intermedia; Suaeda sp.
Characteristic species : Suaeda vera, Atriplex
2014); by regulating the osmotic regulator betaine, a BADH gene from Atriplex
micrantha could enhance salinity tolerance in transgenic maize plants (Di et al.
Achatocarpaceae Achatocarpus praecox Amaranthaceae Atriplex
Black seeds of Atriplex
centralasiatica were more sensitive to light than brown ones (Li et al.
A recent survey conducted in artificially replanted areas north of the park revealed a shocking paucity of small mammals in Atriplex
nummularia monocultures that now characterize much of the Norte Chico.
Suaeda esteroa, Salicornia bigelovii and Atriplex
barclayana (Chenopodiaceae), were irrigated to meet evapotranspiration demand and to produce a 0.