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Halophytes : An integrative anatomical study

By: Dr. Dr. Marius Nicusor Grigore; Lacramioara Ivanescu

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Salt-secreting structures of Halophytes : An integrative approach

By: Marius Nicusor Grigore, Ph.D.; Constantin Toma, Ph.D., Co-Author

The single monograph existing worldwide regarding salt-secreting structures in halophytes. Based on integrative anatomy approach, this book is an excellent review of secretory structures in halophytes, including 250 figures and almost 400 bibliographic inputs. Coming with an English abstract.

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Halophytotaxonomy : List of Romanian Salt Tolerant Plants

By: Marius Nicusor Grigore, Ph.D.

A short introduction in the field of saline environments and salt tolerant plants or plants susceptible to be salt tolerant, growing in Romania. Some species are accompanied by short ecological descriptions.

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Introductory Halophytology : Integrative Anatomy Aspects

By: Marius Nicusor Grigore, Ph.D.

The Halophytology intends to be a new approach in the field of botanical sciences. This holistic approach is the study of plants adaptations in relation to saline environments. The integrative anatomy is described in this book as the tendency to integrate harmoniously anatomical structures with ecological, functional , adaptive or even phylogenetic values in halophytes. The author' intention is to integrate structure with function and to provide complex explanations of s...

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Halophytes : Ecological Anatomy Aspects

By: Marius Nicusor Grigore, Ph.D.

An original book focused on the anatomical features in halophytes from Romania. A very good tool for understanding the ecological value of adaptations in plants vegetating on saline habitats. It comprises 500 original photos taken on light microscope - all being original contribution. Coming with an English abstract.

"Most of water on the earth is salty and yet most of the land is not. Over the millennia, salts have been washed from rocks and soils into the oceans where they have accumulated. Where the oceans meet the land then saline areas can form that have an unusual flora, one that tolerates salt concentrations lethal to most of our plant species. These salt-tolerant plants are called halophytes. Halophytes were recognised in the late 1700s, but it took a further hundred years or...

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Romanian Salt Tolerant Plants : Taxonomy and Ecology: Taxonomy and...

By: Marius Nicusor Grigore, Ph.D.

A good tool for introducing in study of halophytes and saline environments.

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