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Shonubi, O.O. and O.T. Okusanya, 2007. Field studies of Paspalum vaginatum S.W. from the mangrove swamp of southwest Nigeria. Int. J. Bot., 3: 366-372.
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Shonubi, O.O., 2010. Possible roles of the leaves of two Paspalum species in salinity tolerance. Asian J. Plant Sci., 9: 94-98.
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Yasseen, B.T., 2011. Urban development threatening wild plants in Doha city-Qatar: Ecophysiology is a prerequisite for ecological restoration. J. Plant Sci., 6: 113-123.
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Possible Roles of the Leaves of Two Paspalum Species in Salinity Tolerance
Asian Journal of Plant Sciences Vol. 9, Issue 2, 94, 2010

Field studies of Paspalum vaginatum S.W. from the mangrove swamp of southwest Nigeria.
International Journal of Botany Vol. 3, Issue 4, 366, 2007

Urban Development Threatening Wild Plants in Doha City-Qatar: Ecophysiology is a Prerequisite for Ecological Restoration
Journal of Plant Sciences Vol. 6, Issue 3, 113, 2011

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