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(Plants) any chenopodiaceous plant of the genus Salicornia, of seashores and salt marshes: includes glasswort
[C19: from Late Latin, perhaps from Latin sal salt + cornu a horn]
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Noun1.Salicornia - glassworts
caryophylloid dicot genus - genus of relatively early dicotyledonous plants including mostly flowers
Salicornia europaea, samphire, glasswort - fleshy maritime plant having fleshy stems with rudimentary scalelike leaves and small spikes of minute flowers; formerly used in making glass
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ICBA's researchers are also excited about another plant, namely salicornia or samphire.
The new scent is a floral fusion of Madonna lily and magnolia with its use of wooden notes of sangoia, pitosporums, and salicornia in an English garden in Venice cultivated by Giardino Eden.
These next-generation FOG feedstocks include brassica carinata from Canada, tall oil from forestry residues in Sweden, tobacco oils from South Africa, the aquatic feedstock salicornia from Oman in the Middle East, and pennycress in North Dakota, to name a few.
When she returned two months later, she was met by the fresh and delicate scent of magnolias, Madonna lilies and the green aroma of salicornia. The balmy woods lingered in her olfactory memory long after.
This anti-aging and hydrating mask contains Hyaluronic Acid to help bind moisture and plump skin, Red Maple Tree Bark Extract to visibly reduce the appearance of fine lines and Salicornia, a desert plant from the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts, to revive and boost hydration to thirsty skin.
The project also bolsters the oil and gas industry by using existing refining infrastructure to generate biofuel [Synthetic Paraffinic Kerosene -SPK] from the oil extracted from the seeds of a plant called Salicornia.
One project in which Boeing was involved produced a biofuel blend in the United Arab Emirates using seawater-tolerant salicornia plants.
On the other hand, the coastal modular farm uses seawater for fish, and aquaculture effluents for halophytic plants like salicornia." The Farmers Day was the first in a series of events slated for 2019 to mark 20 years since the ICBA was established by the country's leadership and the Islamic Development Bank.
The special fuel was derived from oil in Salicornia plants, which were grown on the two-hectare Seawater Energy and Agriculture System (Seas) farm in Masdar City.
The Boeing 787, flying from Abu Dhabi to Amsterdam, used biofuel produced from the oil of Salicornia plants, which are grown in the Seawater Energy and Agriculture System (SEAS), in Masdar City near the UAE capital - Abu Dhabi.
Sustainable fuel for the flight was derived from oil in Salicornia plants, which were grown on the two-hectare SEAS farm in Masdar City.