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Atriplex atacamensis and Atriplex halimus resist As contamination in Pre-Andean soils (northern Chile)
The Pre-Andean area of Chile exhibits saline soils of volcanic origin naturally contaminated with arsenic (As), and we hypothesise that revegetation with resistant species may be a valid alternative for soil management in ...
In situ degradability of soyabean meal treated with Acacia saligna and Atriplex halimus extracts in sheep
(Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences, 2017)
The agro-ecological suitability of Atriplex nummularia and A. halimus for biomass production in Argentine saline drylands
The choice of the best species to cultivate in semi-arid and arid climates is of fundamental importance, and is determined by many factors, including temperature and rainfall, soil type, water availability for irrigation ...
Phytostabilization of arsenic in soils with plants of the genus Atriplex established in situ in the Atacama Desert
In the ChiuChiu village (Atacama Desert, Chile), there is a high concentration of arsenic (As) in the soil due to natural causes related to the presence of volcanoes and geothermal activity. To compare the levels of As and ...
Comparative in vitro evaluation of forage legumes (prosopis, acacia, atriplex, and leucaena) on ruminal fermentation and methanogenesis
(KIELANOWSKI INST ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY NUTRITIONJABLONNA, 2012)
Two experiments in vitro were conducted to evaluate four Egyptian forage legume browses, i.e., leaves of prosopis (Prosopis juliflora), acacia (Acacia saligna), atriplex (A triplex halimus), and leucaena (Leucaena ...