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Salsola is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Salsola books and related discussion.

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Genus Salsola of the Central Asian Flora; Its structure and adaptive
Order Centrospermae and taxonomic position of genus Salsola………………… Ecological and botanical characteristics of Asiatic genus Salsola……………….
Salsola kali POTW
W. J.Beal.
Salsola tragus
Salsola tragus, native to Eurasia, is a weedy shrub that is naturalized in various places of the world.
Salsola L. spp.
USGS Weeds in the West project: Status of Introduced Plants in Southern Arizona Parks. Factsheet for: Salsola L. spp.

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L'incredibile inquinamento del Salsola a Lucera
L'inquinamento del Salsola è consolidata realtà, come, dai nostri microfoni e su queste pagine, riferiamo ormai da anni.
Una epidemia que no frena
La doctora Lara explicaba en este punto que los peores alérgenos de Albacete los provocan las gramíneas, que atacan entre marzo y mayo, y ya en estos momentos la salsola -salicornios- que da problemas de agosto a octubre.
El verano hace que aumente el número de afectados por determinadas alergias
Por un lado la alergia al polen de salsola cuya reacciones mas comunes son el asma, rinitis y conjuntivitis.

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Salsola - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Salsola is a genus of herbs, subshrubs, shrubs, and small trees in the family Chenopodiaceae, native to Africa, Asia, and Europe.
Salsola kali - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
PLANTS Profile for Salsola tragus (prickly Russian thistle) | USDA
A PLANTS profile of Salsola tragus (prickly Russian thistle) from the USDA PLANTS database.
Salsola in Flora of North America @
In this treatment, a rather broad and traditional generic concept is accepted for Salsola, including Caroxylon and other segregate genera.
Calflora: Salsola tragus
Salsola tragus Nelson Salsola tragus, a dicot, is an annual herb that is not native to California; it was introduced from elsewhere and naturalized in the wild.

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