PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Emeritus Eliezer Lifschytz
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No of theses 21
Department Biology
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Student’s Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Shalit-Kaneh Akiva 2010 PhD Abstracts From Florigen to Morphogen: Systemic Signals Modulate Vegetative/Reproductive Cycles in Plants
Ron Neta 2001 PhD Abstracts Molecular Interactions between Tomato Homeodomain Proteins from the KNOX and the BEL Families
Parnis Anna 2001 PhD Abstracts Tkn2- an Essential Gene in Plant Development: Molecular Analysis of Its Mechanism of Action
Ben-Naim Orna 2003 PhD Abstracts Induction of Flowering by Light in Tomato: The Role of the CONSTANS System in Day-Neutral Plants
Cohen-Barak Orit 1998 PhD The DUTPase Promoter: Identification of Meristematic Responsive Elements and Isolation of a New Transcription Factor by the One-Hybrid System
Bauch-Broday Limor 1997 PhD Jasmonic Acid Mediated Defense Signalling in Plants: Isolation of New Regultory Genes by the One-Hybrid System in Yeast
Polinsky Lilach 1995 PhD Molecular and Genetic Analysis of a Homeotic Gene Family in Tomato
Hurwitz Charles 1994 PhD The Regulatory Role of the Polyphenol Oxidase Gene in Meristematic Development: Analysis of Suppression and Over Expression in Transgenic Tomato Plants
Samach Alon 1993 PhD Threonine Deaminase – a Major Protein of the Tomato Flower: Identification and Characterization of the Coding And Regulatory Regions
Zukerman Maty 1988 PhD Cloning and Expression of Spermiogensis Specific Genes in
Pri-Hadash Aviva 1993 PhD Isolation of the Tomato Deoxy Uridine Triphosphate Pyrophosphatase Gene and Analysis of Its Expression in Plant Meristems
Wachsman Guy 2004 MSc Abstracts Toward Cloning of the Tomato WIRY Genes
Kossover Olga 2004 MSc Abstracts FT Gene in Tomato: Induction of Flowering and Protein Interaction
Parnis Anna 1996 MSc The Characterization of the Leaf Homeotic Gene Knotted and Isolation of Knotted Related Genes in Tomato
Shachaf Catherine 1996 MSc Isolation and Characterization of the Regulatory Regions of The Ribonucleotide Reducase (Rnr2) Gene in Tomato
Youssef Sawsan 1996 MSc The Hunt for Anantha Gene: Isolation of Tomato Homeotic Genes in the Apetala1 and Cauliflower Family
Cohen-Barak Orit 1994 MSc Isolation and Characterization of the Regulatory Regions
Bauch-Broday Limor 1993 MSc Isolation of a Regulatory Region of a Homeotic Gene
Ramati Tamar 1991 MSc Jsolation and Characterization of the Coding Sequence and
Polinsky Lilach 1991 MSc Analysis of a Gene Family Inuolued in Flower Denelopment
Henig Sever Nava 1989 MSc A Molecular Approach for Flowering Analysis