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Halophyte Plants as Potential Sources of Anticancer Agents: A Comprehensive Review
Salt-tolerant plants (halophytes) are widely distributed worldwide in several environments such as coastal salt marshes, sand dunes, and inland deserts. To cope with the harsh conditions that characterize those habitats, which include high salinity and radiation levels, such plants have developed morphological and physiological traits, the latter including the synthesis and accumulation of important secondary metabolites such as alkaloids and polyphenols. While essential in maintaining plantdoi:10.3390/pharmaceutics14112406 pmid:36365224 pmcid:PMC9694366 fatcat:qtcod7l2dbhyrjxtkmglnvjtku