halogeton


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Related to halogeton: Halogeton glomeratus
  • noun

Synonyms for halogeton

a coarse annual herb introduced into North America from Siberia

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Differences in native soil ecology associated with invasion of the exotic annual chenopod, Halogeton glomeratus.
1952 Congress passed the Halogeton Control Act, which "provided BLM
In vitro degradation of oxalate and of cellulose by rumen ingesta from sheep fed Halogeton glomeratus.
Studies on the oxalate-degrading bacterium at ARS' Poisonous Plant Research Laboratory in Logan, Utah, helped solve a mystery for western cattle ranchers who have lost livestock to the lethal halogeton plant, also loaded with oxalate.
The soluble oxalate content in halogeton (Halogeton glomeratus) was greatly increased by adding NaCl to the nutrient solution, and it was shown that Na is more effectively used in the accumulation of soluble oxalate than K (Williams, 1960).
For example, the soluble oxalate content in halogeton (Halogeton glomeratus) was greatly increased by adding sodium chloride (NaCl) to the nutrient solution, and it was shown that Na is more effectively used than potassium (K) in the production of soluble oxalate salts (Williams, 1960).