Former Group Members
Dr. Ofra Dahar, Post-doctoral fellow (2018) (Israel).
Involvement of laccases in the maize pathogen Harpophora maydis - host interactions.
Ben Kalman, M.Sc. student (2020 Tel-Hai College (Israel).
Involvement of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cepae. in onion rot: Characterization of the disease cycle, diagnosis and control.
Shlomit Dor , M.Sc. student (2019) Tel-Hai College (Israel).
Inducing resistance and control against Harpophora maydis, the cause of the late wilt disease in maize.
Daniel Movshovitz, M.Sc. student (2018) Tel-Hai College (Israel).
Chemical protection against Harpophora maydis, the causing agent of maize late wilt.
Yuval Goldblat, M.Sc. student (2015) Tel-Hai College (Israel).
Host physiology and environmental stress involvement in the development and pathogenesis of Harpophora maydis and the application of seed dressing to control late wilt.
Shani Cohen, M.Sc. student (2014) Tel-Hai College (Israel).
Final project, track without thesis. Research topic is: Environmental conditions regulate the development of the maize late wilt-causal agent, Harpophora maydis.
Gilad Cernica, M.Sc. student (2012) Tel-Hai College (Israel).
The agent of Late wilt of corn, Harpophora maydis, pathogenesis and control.
Ran Drori, M.Sc. student (2009) The Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Quality Sciences of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel).
Involvement of Harpophora maydis in wilt of sweet corn: Characterization of the disease cycle and development of protection and control.
Interactions between Magnaporthiopsis maydis and Macrophomina phaseolina, the causes of wilt diseases in maize and cotton. Microorganisms
Isolation and Identification of Fusarium spp., the causal agents of onion (Allium cepa) basal rot in northeastern Israel.
Molecular tracking and remote sensing to evaluate new chemical treatments against the maize late wilt disease causal agent
Potential role of laccases in the relationship of the maize late wilt causal agent, Magnaporthiopsis maydis, and its host.
Research Group Leader
Dr. Ofir Degani