PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROFESSOR EMERITUS Peter Neumann
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No of theses 15
Department Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Fan Ling 2005 PhD Abstracts Growth Regulation in Plant Roots under Water Deficit
Lu Zhongjin 1998 PhD Physiological Mechanisms Underlying Different Responses of Cereal Plants to Water Deficits
Zidan Abraheem 1996 PhD Effect of Salinity and Calcium on Biophysical and Biochemical Parameters of Corn Root And Shoot Growth
Chazen Ofer 1995 PhD Mechanisms of Growth in Cereals Leaves during Water Deficits
Asli Sare 2010 PhD Abstracts Effects of Colloids in the Root Environment on Apoplastic Water Transport and Plant Growth
Auslander Meirav 2010 PhD Abstracts Identification of Environment-Affected Genes in Fish
Boguslavsky Lev 2000 MSc Mechanism of Cell Wall Hardening in Plants Responding to Water Stress
Sneer Naava 1996 MSc Mechanism Involved in the Inhibition of Leaf Growth During Mineral Deficiency
Evlagon David 1992 MSc Effect Ofalcivm and Salinity Onthe Hydraulic Cowductivity of
Chazen Ofer 1991 MSc Improving Crop Tolerahce to Salihity by Ammohivm Hitrato
Mozesh Oded 2008 MSc Abstracts Toward Production of Salt Tolerant Plants: Identifying Genes Associated with Salt Tolerance in Thellungiella Halophila
Weissman Rachel 2011 MSc Abstracts An Investigation of the Physical and Physiological Effects of Xylem Sap Proteins on Plants
Mor Meital 2008 MSc Abstracts In Vitro Effects of Boron on Enzyme Reactions involved in Lignin Synthesis
Miller Tamar 2007 MSc Abstracts Genes Involved in Regulation of Root Elongation under Water Deficit in Arabidopsis
Gilelah Alexander 2006 MSc Abstracts Characterization of Plant Cell Walls as Filtration and Sorption Media for Toxic Gases and Fine Aerosols