The higher zones support halophytes such as glasswort Salicornia ramossissima with seablite Suaeda sp. and Arthrocnemum perenne. From Wordnik.com. [Doñana National Park, Spain] Reference
Elizabeth you siren me, coriander. glasswort you alveolus me, chocks. From Wordnik.com. [Spam, Spam, Spam and Spoetry] Reference
Crommet Creek has prolific knotweed, salt marsh gerardia, dwarf glasswort, four-toed salamanders and hog-nosed snakes; all rare species in the state. From Wordnik.com. [Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, New Hampshire] Reference
The site's extensive salt marshes are dominated by a mixture of saltmarsh cordgrass, salt grass, black needlerush, sea ox-eye, glasswort and sea lavender. From Wordnik.com. [North Carolina National Estuarine Research Reserve] Reference
(It also goes by the names pickleweed, glasswort, sea bean, sea pickle and marsh samphire.). From Wordnik.com. [WN.com - Articles related to Singapore Airlines Aids Rainforest Preservation] Reference
The glasswort has leaves, it is true, but they are thick and fleshy, continuous with the stem, and each one terminating in. From Wordnik.com. [Science in Arcady] Reference
Salt marshes are the most prevalent types of tidal marshes and are characterized by salttolerant plants such as smooth cordgrass, saltgrass, and glasswort. From Wordnik.com. [Featured Articles - Encyclopedia of Earth] Reference
The waving reeds against the pale sky, the sweeps of glasswort and terebinth, show delicate gradations of colour; harmonious, too, the tints of far-off sea and environing hills. From Wordnik.com. [In the Heart of the Vosges And Other Sketches by a "Devious Traveller"] Reference
Out on the Dengie marshes - a vast coastal prairie of sea-lavender and glasswort - there is a powerful sense of openness, which is sharpened rather than blunted by the industrial horizon of Tilbury docks away to the south. From Wordnik.com. [Culture | guardian.co.uk] Reference
Species characteristic found in salt pannes areas include Bigelow's glasswort (Salicornia bigelovii), common glasswort (S. europea), and perennial glasswort (S. virginica), as well as marsh spearscale (Atriplex patula) and annual salt marsh fleabane (Pluchea purpurascenes). From Wordnik.com. [Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve, New Jersey] Reference
237 Used by way of soap; like glasswort and other plants. From Wordnik.com. [The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night] Reference
Since - 10 answers - 3 days ago - Resolved glasswort - 5 answers - 5 days ago - tattoo - 8 answers - 5 days ago - Resolved jawrope - 26 answers - 5 days ago - Resolved jawrope - 2 answers - 6 days ago - Resolved. From Wordnik.com. [Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions] Reference
Since 2007, oil and gas majors, aviation fuels alliances, governments and defense industries are increasingly investing in aquatic feedstocks such as seaweed, cyanobacteria, sea asparagus, glasswort, and microalgae as logical long-term feedstocks of choice to produce high-density, advanced biofuels, aviation fuels, biochemicals and biopolymers without compromising rainforests, arable land or freshwater. ". From Wordnik.com. [The Earth Times Online Newspaper] Reference
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