Definition of Halophyte. Meaning of Halophyte. Synonyms of Halophyte

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Definition of Halophyte

Halophyte
Halophyte Hal"o*phyte, n. [Gr. "a`ls, "alo`s, salt + ? a plant.] (Bot.) A plant found growing in salt marshes, or in the sea.

Meaning of Halophyte from wikipedia

- A halophyte is a salt-tolerant plant that grows in soil or waters of high salinity, coming into contact with saline water through its roots or by salt...
- germinate when embedded in sediment. Sporobolus airoides is a facultative halophyte, able to grow in soils with high salt concentrations. This gr**** germinates...
- annual, succulent shrub that is native to the Mediterranean Basin. It is a halophyte (a salt-tolerant plant) that typically grows in coastal regions and can...
- halotolerance and is a portion of many words: Halobacteria Haloclasty Halophile Halophyte Halo (disambiguation) This disambiguation page lists articles ****ociated...
- groundwater). A plant adapted to saline conditions is called a halophyte. A halophyte which is tolerant to residual sodium carbonate salinity are called...
- The name "samphire" is also used for several other unrelated succulent halophyte species of coastal plant. Sea fennel, or Rock samphire, is an edible wild...
- habitat is sandy s****lines and bluffs, often in disturbed areas. It is a halophyte and grows well in saline ground. The plant has a trailing habit, and will...
- Australia, North and South America, and Eurasia. Many Atriplex species are halophytes and are adapted to dry environments with salty soils. The genus Chenopodium...
- Samphire is a name given to a number of succulent salt-tolerant plants (halophytes) that tend to be ****ociated with water bodies. Rock samphire, Crithmum...
- Salt-tolerant plants that flourish in high-salinity conditions are called halophytes. Halophyte implementation has the potential to restore salt-rich environments...