Manipulating the antioxidant capacity of halophytes to increase their cultural and economic value through saline cultivation

Christian Boestfleisch, Niko B. Wagenseil, Anne K. Buhmann, Charlotte E. Seal, Ellie Merrett Wade, Adele Muscolo & Jutta Papenbrock
Halophytes, salt-tolerant plants, are a source of valuable secondary metabolites with potential economic value. The steady-state pools of many stress-related metabolites are already enhanced in halophytes when compared with glycophytes, but growth under conditions away from the optimum can induce stress and consequently result in changes to secondary metabolites such as antioxidants. However, direct evidence for increasing the concentration of valuable secondary metabolites as a consequence of altering the salinity of the growing environment still...
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