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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
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
The present technology offers a new approach, using fusogene to treat nematodes infection and overcome the resistance appearance in a specific non-toxic ...
Background Zeaxanthin is a carotenoid pigment that provides health benefits as a dietary anti-oxidant, and is also a preventive agent against degenerative diseases. Specifically, it is thought to inhibit the progression of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the most prevalent cause of ...
Scientific Contact: Joseph Hirschberg
Summary Available chemically based pesticides cause a large number of negative health and environmental effects including the outcome of residual contamination of land, water, and crops. Subsequently there is a need for improved methods of crop protection, preferably the use of environmental ...
Scientific Contact: Ilana Kolodkin-Gal
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
Category Agriculture Keywords Eragrostis tef, Ethiopia, cereal, breeding Current development stage General list: TRL1 Basic Principles Observed Collaboration Opportunity Sponsored Research with an option to License Research Results ...
Scientific Contact: Yehoshua Saranga
Dried cellular hydrocolloid carriers for biological control of pathogens Categories Agriculture, Pest Control / Herbicides, Biological Pest Control, Carriers Development Stage Research completed Patent Status Granted US Patent 7,422,737 Highlights There is a ...
Scientific Contact: Amos Nussinovitch
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 High concentrations of herbicides are used to compensate for loss due to leaching and surface migration. The Current Slow-release and controlled-release Herbicides are specifically designed for hydrophobic formulations, but not suitable for anionic formulations such as ...
Scientific Contact: Baruch Rubin
Category Agriculture Keywords Dichlorophenoxy acetic acid, 2,4-D, herbicide resistant, plants Current development stage General list: TRL2 Technology concept formulated Collaboration Opportunity Sponsored Research with an option to License Research Results ...
Scientific Contact: Assaf Mosquna
Keywords Cannabis, THC, CBD, Medical Cannabis, Marijuana, Cannabinoids Current development stage TRL1 – Basic principles formulated Application The most common type of cannabinoids is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) which ensures a psychedelic high but also helps in relieving ...
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
Application The development is an innovative technique to cost-effectively preserve and prolong shelf-life in crop-plants. A wide range of agricultural crops such as tomato, potato, eggplant and other Solanaceous species overcome oxidative stress by the producing steroidal glycoalkaloids (SGAs) ...
Scientific Contact: Saul Burdman
Dr. David Granot, Agricultural Research Organization, The Volcani Center Dr. Gilor Kelly, Agricultural Research Organization, The Volcani Center Keywords Crop Plants, Water Use efficiency (WUE) Current development stage The development is currently applicable to GMO – ...
Scientific Contact: Menachem Moshelion
Genetic modification leading to increased day/nighttime scent production 10-fold Category Agriculture, Transgenic Plants, Flowers/Ornamental Plants, Fragance Development Stage Controlled modification demonstrated in commercial crop Patent Status U.S patent application ...
Scientific Contact: Alexander (Sasha) Vainstein
Category Agriculture, Fruit Keywords Passion fruit, Passiflora edulis, plant breeding, warm temperature flower abscission out-of-season fruit. Current development stage General list: TRL5 Technology validated in relevant environment Background Most passion fruit ...
Scientific Contact: Alon Samach
Background Experimental archaeology is a field of research that studies ancient cultures by trying to reconstruct ancient lifestyles. Extensive evidence of wine and beer production in Egypt, Mesopotamia, and the Near East as early as the mid-4th millennium BCE has been discovered. There have ...
Scientific Contact: Ronen Hazan
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