External effects of open landscapes on crop pollination by wild bees Microbe-induced resistance against the whitefly Bemisia tabaci in tomato Predicting agricultural pest response to future climate change based on IPCC scenarios Mineral nutrition and bacterial fruit blotch disease of Cucurbits The role of volatiles in microbial interspecies interactions The role of fruit fly bacteria in pest fitness and in biocontrol A proactive approach for assessing alternative management programs for an invasive alien pollinator species Water management by plants under uncertain availability Biotransformation of olive mill waste: Combining detoxification with preservation of nutrients Dairy farm waste management and the breeding site of two fly pests

Research

Microbe-induced resistance against the whitefly in tomato

Microbe-induced resistance against the whitefly Bemisia tabaci in tomato

  • Shai Morin - Entomology
  • Saul Burdman - Plant Pathology & Microbiology
  • management programs for an invasive alien pollinator species

    A proactive approach for assessing alternative management programs for an invasive alien pollinator species

  • Aliza Fleischer - Agricultural Economics & Management
  • Yael Mandelik, Sharoni Shafir - Entomology
  • Predicting agricultural pest response to future climate change

    Predicting agricultural pest response to future climate change based on IPCC scenarios

  • Royi Zidon, Roni Gafni, Efrat Morin - Geography
  • Shai Morin - Entomology
  • Increased K concentration in the fertigation solution by a factor of 2 (K2) and 3 (K3) had resulted in significant disease suppression

    The relationship between mineral nutrition and bacterial fruit blotch disease of Cucurbits

  • Saul Burdman - Plant Pathology & Microbiology
  • Moshe Shenker - Soil and Water Sciences
  • Xanthomonas perforans  (Xp), a plant pathogenic 
							bacterium attracts  Paenibacillus vortex (Pv), a proficient motile soil bacterium  and uses it as a ride for dispersal 
							on solid surfaces. The ability to ride on P. vortex helps X. perforans reach openings on plant surface and infect the 
							plant.

    The role of volatiles in microbial interspecies interactions

  • Yael Helman - Plant Pathology & Microbiology
  • Julius Ben-Ari - The Interdepartmental Equipment Unit
  • The role of fruit fly bacteria in pest fitness and in biocontrol

    The role of fruit fly bacteria in pest fitness and in biocontrol

  • Boaz Yuval - Entomology
  • Edouard Jurkevitch - Plant Pathology & Microbiology
  • External effects of open landscapes on crop pollination by wild bees

    External effects of open landscapes on crop pollination by wild bees

  • Yael Mandelik - Entomology
  • Aliza Fleischer - Agricultural Economics & Management
  • Water management by plants under uncertain availability

    Water management by plants under uncertain availability

  • Iddo Kan, Israel Finkelshtain - Agricultural Economics & Management
  • Menachem Moshelion, Eyal Fridman - Plant Sciences and Genetics
  • Rony Wallach - Soil and Water Sciences
  • Biotransformation of olive mill waste: Combining detoxification with preservation of nutrients

    Biotransformation of olive mill waste: Combining detoxification with preservation of nutrients

  • Yitzhak Hadar, Plant Pathology & Microbiology
  • Zohar Kerem, Institute of Biochemistry, Food Science & Nutrition
  • Dairy farm waste management and the breeding site of two fly pests

    Dairy farm waste management and the breeding site of two fly pests

  • Moshe Coll - Entomology
  • Yuval Gottlieb - Koret School of Veterinary Medicine