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The Technology Root phenotypic plasticity is a major factor allowing plants to adapt to their ever changing environment. Although this fundamental issue is of great agricultural importance, studying root plasticity is highly complex due to their hidden nature. We present an automatic system for ...
Scientific Contact: Hillel Fromm
Application Chemical fertilizers are environmentally hazardous. Using plant growth promoting bacteria, and specifically plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) has a great potential in bio-fertilization. The combination of two PGPR bacterial species effectively colonize plant roots and ...
Scientific Contact: Saul Burdman
Technology We discovered that ornidazole, which is used to treat protozoan and anaerobic bacterial infections, abolishes photosynthesis and growth of cyanobacteria, green algae and plants at concentrations of 0.5-5 mM. Analysis of its mode of action revealed that rather than pre-activation by ...
Scientific Contact: Michael Gurevitz
TechnologyUsing bio-inspired sensing methods (from bats) for crop estimation, plant examination and plant classification. The system is based on a mobile robotic platform with vision and sonar sensing that is doing the agricultural tests.The Need An agricultural manager‘s success depends ...
Scientific Contact: Gabor Kosa
Summary Designer cellulosomes are synthetic multi-enzyme complexes that can degrade cellulosic biomass efficiently and economically. The goal of second generation biofuel production is to efficiently convert agricultural waste, algae and other cellulosic biomass into sugar monomers. ...
Scientific Contact: Edward A. Bayer
Improving drought resistance in most popular commercial species Categories Agriculture, Plant Genetics Development Stage Proof of biological concept: initial development of genetic material Patent Status Proprietary cotton varieties will be developed Highlights Cotton is ...
Scientific Contact: Yehoshua Saranga
Summary Biomass production by plants and other photosynthetic organisms involves carbon fixation, the process of incorporating inorganic carbon dioxide into organic compounds. Currently carbon fixation by plants and other photosynthetic organisms is the limiting factor in biomass ...
Scientific Contact: Ron Milo
Background Reading and writing are essential factors for basic functioning in a literate society. However, approximately 25% of learners in the literate world are identified as having some degree of learning disability. Reading impairments account for 70%-75% of these disabilities. New ...
Scientific Contact: Zvia Breznitz
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Scientific Contact: Assaf Mosquna
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Scientific Contact: Haim Rabinowitch
Summary An innovative technique to preserve and prolong shelf-life in crop-plants cost-effectively. Different agricultural crops from Solanaceous species which include tomato, potato and eggplant, overcome oxidative stress by the production of steroidal glycoalkaloids (SGAs) and steroidal ...
Scientific Contact: Asaph Aharoni
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Scientific Contact: Saul Burdman
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Scientific Contact: Zohar Kerem
Prof. Segal's laboratory is in the Department of Clinical Microbiology and Immunology at the Sackler School of Medicine. The focus of the Lab. is research of human and animal pathogenic fungi (Candida, Aspergillus, Dermatophytes), exploring particularly antifungal drugs, pathogenesis and ...
Scientific Contact: Esther Segal
Cellular solids for wide range of applications Category Food and Nutrition, Carriers/Encapsulation, Hydrocolloids, Agriculture, Environment, Water Technologies, Pest Control/Herbicides Development Stage Sponges routinely produced in laboratory Highlights A single hydrocolloid ...
Scientific Contact: Amos Nussinovitch
The Remote Sensing Laboratory RSL Department of Geography and Human Environment, University of Tel-Aviv and Soil Erosion Research Station (TAU) The RSL is the leading laboratory in Israel for imaging spectroscopy, soil spectroscopy and remote sensing applications experts in soil mapping and ...
Scientific Contact: Eyal Ben-Dor
Summary CRISPR/Cas9 represents a revolutionary jump in genome editing technology, both in terms of flexibility and accuracy. However, an acute challenge for the use of CRISPR/Cas9 in editing plant genomes is that the system has a low efficiency in producing the desired modifications. Therefore, ...
Scientific Contact: Asaph Aharoni
Summary Application of Ureides-class compounds protects plants from stress related senescence, effectively extending the shelf-life of vegetables, fruit, leafy greens, cut branches and flowers. Plants suffer damage from factors such as oxidative stress, premature senescence and chlorophyll ...
Scientific Contact: Robert Fluhr
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