Soil Water and Environment – Biotic Stress in Plants

Prof. Uri Marchaim

Bioconversion of poultry and fish waste by Lucilia Sericata and Sarcophage Carnaria larvae

Braverman Y., Marchaim, U., Glatman L., Drabkin V., Chizov-Ginzburg A., Mumcuoglu K. and Gelman A.
Asian J. of Water Environment and Pollution 2011 Volume 8 Pages 69-75

Reducing waste contamination from animal processing plants by anaerobic thermophilic fermentation and via flesh fly digestion

Marchaim U., Gelman A., and Braverman Y.
Applied Biochemistry & Biotechnology 2002

Biogas Technology as an Environmental Solution to Pollution

Uri Marchaim and George Ney
REUR Technical Series 33, Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations 1994

Biogas Processes for Sustainable Development

Uri Marchaim
FAO AGRICULTURAL SERVICES BULLETIN No 95. Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, Rome 1992 Issue 95

A suggested solution for slaughterhouse wastes: Uses of the residual materials after anaerobic digestion

U. Marchaim; D. Levanon; O. Danai; S. Musaphy; Y. Chen; Y. Inbar; I. Klinger
Bioresource Technology 1991 Volume 37 Issue 2 Pages 127-134

Organic materials degradation for CO2 enrichment of greenhouse crops

Levanon, D., Motro, B. and Marchaim, U.
In CO2 Enrichment of Greenhouse Crops ,1986, Enoch & Kimbell Ed. ,CRC Press Boca Raton, FL. USA., Pages 123-147

Substitution of digested slurry composed of fermented human waste, cow manure and straw) added to the culture tank for Oreochromis aureus food

Degani, G., Levanon, D. and Marchaim, U.
Cong. Nazereth., May. 366-373. 1983

Two different digested cow manures as substitution for Sarotherodon aureus food

Degani, G., Marchaim, U., Dosoretz, C., Levanon, D. and Perach, Z.
Cong. Jerus. Ecol. 511-521. 1983

Feeding Sarotherodon aureus with fermented cow manure

G. Degani; C. Dosoretz; D. Levanon; U. Marchaim; Z. Perach
Israel Journal of Aquaculture 1982 Volume 39 Pages 119-129

High-school student research at MIGAL Science Institute in Israel

Marchaim U.
Journal of Biological Education Volume 35 Pages 178-182