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seablite

(ˈsiːˌblaɪt)
n
(Plants) a prostrate annual plant of the goosefoot family, Suaeda maritima, of salt marshes, having fleshy alternate leaves and small green flowers
[C18: sea + blite, via Latin from Greek bliton orache]
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The composition of plant community of the three plots was similar, with the following predominant species: Lygeum spartum, Moricandia arvensis, Asparagus horridus, Suaeda vera, Piptatherum miliaceum and Salsola genistoides.
Many researchers reported the destructive effects of salinity and decrease growth parameters for example Thymus broussonetii Boiss [5], Nigella sativa [7], Suaeda maritime [12], Artemisia annua L.
Hepatoprotective and antioxidant properties of Suaeda maritime (L) Dumortethanolic extract on concanavalin: An induced hepatotoxicity in rats.
Chairman of Friends of the Environment Center Dr Saif Ali al Hajiri gave a brief introduction of the programme and the spring flower suaeda vermiculata.
Common vegetational alliances at the reserve include Suaeda moquinii Shrubland Alliance (bush seepweed scrub), Allenrollfia occidentalis Shrubland Alliance (iodine bush scrub), Centromadia (pungens) Herbaceous Alliance (tar plant fields), Amsinckia (menziesii, tessellata) Herbaceious Alliance (fiddleneck fields), and Bromus rubens-Schismus (arabicus, barbatus) Semi-Natural Herbaceous Stands (red brome or Mediterranean grass grasslands; Sawyer et al.
RT's reporter Suaeda al-Suerki and cameraman Mustafa Al-Bayati were not injured as they had left the building just one hour before the attack.
Made up of suaeda maritime, which breaks down compound fats and lipids in the abdomen area, the patch is designed to combat fat using hydrogel technology and self-heating action, the Daily Mail reported.
Larvae, pupae and new generation adults of Hypolixus tigrinus (Reitter 1890) were found in oval trehala-like capsules on the stem base of Suaeda arcuata Bunge (Caryophyllales: Amaranthaceae) and S.
Carry-over of differential salt tolerance in plants grown from dimorphic seeds of suaeda splendens.
2001, "Effects of salt treatment and osmotic stress on V-ATPase and V-PPase in leaves of the halophyte Suaeda salsa," J.
Haloxylon salicornicum, Kochia indica, Prosopis juliflora, Prosopis cineraria, Rhazya stricta, Salvadora oleoides, Salsoal foetida, Suaeda fruticsa, Tramarix aphylla, Ziziphus mauritiana, Ziziphus nummularia, Eleussine compressa.
Suaeda californica, or California sea-blite, is a rare perennial subshrub in the goosefoot family.