It was derived from oil in Salicornia plants, also known as glasswort
or picklegrass, which were grown on a two-hectare farm, the Seawater Energy and Agriculture System (SEAS) in Masdar City.
is a medicinal plant commonly known in Korea as humcho, tungtungmadi or glasswort
under family Chenopodiaceae grown in the salty marshes and sea beaches and salty in taste (Im et al., 2003).
Four sites (PDm, SJm, PSm, RGm; "m" indicating "marsh") had muddy marshes dominated by the glasswort
Sarcocornia perennis (Mills.) that reached 0.5 m in height.
Ma et al., "Dicaffeoylquinic acid derivatives and flavonoid glucosides from glasswort
(Salicornia herbacea L.) and their antioxidative activity," Food Chemistry, vol.
The typical plant communities of the area are: rushes dominated by Schoenoplectus americanus (bulrush); grasslands dominated by Distichlis spicata and Sporobolus virginicus (saltgrass); reed beds mostly dominated by Schoenoplectus californicus (California bulrush, or "totora" in Peru); and areas of Salicornia, dominated by Sarcocornia neei (glasswort
Chemical and biochemical characterization of Doenjang (Korean soy paste) supplemented with glasswort
(Salicornia herbacea L.) and rice (Oryza sativa L.).
The CTS site (38[degrees]24'28.7"S, 144[degrees]11'22.9"E; +1.80 m AHD) was located approximately 150 away from the river and dominated by chaffy sawsedge (Gahnia filum) and prickly spear-grass (Austrostipa stipoides) with common occurrences of bearded glasswort
My chair is glued to the table, I'm trapped within clouds preventing me from seeing how the marsh grows wider, how walls collapse, spikes and bluish-green leaves crested with plumes line the edge of the water where glasswort
blushes against sea lavender.
absinthium) also known as wormwood is a herbaceous or glasswort
herb growing in arid or semi-arid habitats in both the northern and southern hemispheres (Figure).
Contrary to common belief, the meat doesn't taste of salt or seaweed: instead it has gentle hints of the coastal flora, from glasswort
to sea purslane, samphire and sea lavender.
pacifica, polyculture plots included eight additional plant species common in southern California: Arthrocnemum subterminale (glasswort
), Batis maritima (saltwort), Cressa truxillensis (alkali weed), Distichlis spicata (saltgrass), Frankenia salina (alkali heath), Isocoma menziesii (goldenbush), Jaumea carnosa (salty susan), and Monanthochloe littoralis (shoregrass).