75 ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS IN BOOKS, and 42 PAPERS PRESENTED IN SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS
arranged by reversed order of publication.
Amram Eshel, Saoirse R. Tracy. Fractal Dimensions of Root X-ray Computed Tomography Images –
a Measure of their Volume-Filling Capacity.
10th Conference of the International Society for Root Research, July 8-12 2018, Israel.
Eshel A., Geller-Bernstein C. Undesirable plants - allergenic and toxic - in Israeli parks.
Chapter 2 in: I. Schnell, A. Rosenberg, G. Ronen (eds.) Sustainability Considerations in Urban Parks Design in Israel.
Haifa: Pardes. pp. 41- 62 (2014) (in Hebrew).
Eshel A., Grünzweig J.M. Root-shoot allometry of tropical forest trees determined in large-scale aeroponics.
8th Meeting of the International Society of Root Research, Dundee, Scotland 25th June – 29th July 2012.
Eshel A. Oren I, Alekperov C, Eilam T, Zilberstein A.
Biomass production by desert halophytes: Alleviating the pressure on the scarce resources of arable soil and fresh water.
The European Journal of Plant Science and Biotechnology 5(Special issue 2):48-53 (2011)
Sherman T, Yakobi P, Zarchin Y, Bolshak G, Svatizky M, Finkler R, Eshel A, Fromm H (2011)
4D Root imaging system for root phenotyping.
PhenoDays International Symposium. October 12-14, Wageningen, Holland.
Y. Waisel, E. Ganor, V. Epstein, A. Stupp & A. Eshel Airborne pollen, spores, and dust across the East Mediterranean Sea.
Aerobiologia 24:125-131 (2008)
H. Cochard, S.T. Barigah, M. Kleinhentz & A. Eshel Is xylem cavitation resistance a relevant criterion for screening
drought resistance among Prunus species? Journal of Plant Physiology 165:676-982 (2008)
A. Eshel, A. Rozengaft, T. Eilam, Osmotic and ionic effects of nitrate and chloride on lateral root initiation and growth.
E38 COST Meeting – Roots, Mycorrhizas and their External Mycelia in Carbon Dynamics in Forest Soil. Rovaniemi, Finland, Sept. 2006.
N. Dudai, D. Segev D. Havkin-Frenkel & A. Eshel. Genetic Variation of Phenolic Compounds Content, Essential Oil Composition
and Anti Oxidative Activity in Israel-Grown Mentha longifolia L. in: D. Havkin-Frenkel, C. Frenkel, N. Dudai Eds.
Proc 1st International Symposium on Natural Preservatives in Food Systems. ISHS Acta Horticulturae 709:69-77 (2006)
A. Eshel, A. Katz, Y. Waisel & N. Ohad. Roots of tomato respond to mechanical stimulation by induction of touch genes.
Plant Biosystems 139(2):209-213 (2005)
A. Eshel, N. Henig-Sever, and G. Ne'eman. Spatial variation of seedling distribution in an east Mediterranean pine woodland
at the beginning of post-fire succession. Plant Ecology 148 (2):177-184 (2000).
N. Henig-Sever, A. Eshel and G. Ne'eman. Regulation of the germination of Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis Mill.)
by nitrate, ammonium, and gibberellin, and its role in post-fire forest regeneration. Physiologia Plantarum 108(4):390-397 (2000)
A. Eshel, D. Lev-Ha'ari, Y. Efrat and Y. Zohar. Changes in the morphology and anatomy of Eucalyptus camaldulensis roots
in response to external conditions. The 2nd International Symposium on Dynamics of Physiological Processes in Woody Roots. Nancy, France September 26-30 1999.
A. Eshel, D. Lev Ha'ari, Y. Zohar. Ion selectivity by Eucalyptus growing in saline soil. Dahlia Greidinger International Symposium on Nutrient Management under Salinity and Water Stress. Technion-IIT, Haifa. (February 28 - March 4, 1999).
S.Beer, B.Vilenkin, A.Weil, M.Veste, L.Susel, A. Eshel
Measuring photosynthetic rates in seagrasses by pulse amplitude
modulated (PAM) fluorometry. Marine Ecology Progress Series 174:293-300
S. Beer, M. Ilan, A. Eshel, A. Weil, I. Brickner. Use of pulse
amplitude modulated (PAM) fluorometry for in situ measurements of photosynthesis in two Red Sea faviid corals. Marine Biology 131:607-612
A. Eshel, I. Shick, Y. Waisel. The efficiency of the water conducting system of tomato roots. pp. 371-375 in: A. Stokes (editor) The Supporting Roots of Trees and Woody Plants: Form, Function and Physiology. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Boston, London (1999)
M. Agami, A. Eshel and Y. Waisel. Plant recolonization after severe degradation: a case study in the Negev highlands of Israel. Journal of Arid Environmets 38:411-419 (1998). This article is available on the WWW for members of Idea Library
E. Aloni, A. Eshel, Y. Waisel. The botanical conquest of the newly exposed shores of the Dead Sea. In: The Dead Sea, The Lake
and Its Setting (T.M. Niemi, Z. Ben-Avraham and J.R. Gat, Eds.) Oxford University Press Chapter 26 pp. 277-281 (1997).
E. Kosman, A. Eshel, Y. Waisel. The 'Travelling Salesman Problem': A new approach for identification of differences among pollen
allergens. Int. Arch. Allergy and Immunology 112:371-377 (1997). This article is available on the WWW to members of
E. Zuckerman, A. Eshel, Z. Eyal. Physiological aspects related to tolerance of spring wheat cultivars to Septoria tritici blotch.
Phytopathology 87:60-65 (1997).
S. Yanai, A. Eshel, Y. Waisel. "Decision making" within a
plant root system. The 5th Symp. Intrntl. Soc. of Root Research. July 14-18, 1996, Clemson SC. p.132.
G. Ne'eman, N. Henig-Sever, A. Eshel. How are sites kept by Pinus halepensis after fire kills adult trees. The 6th Intrnl. Conference of the Israeli Soc. for Ecology and Environmrntal Quality Sciences. June 30 - July 4 1996. Jerusalem.
A. Eshel, Y. Waisel. Aeroponics: an important tool for root research. Proc. of the 2nd International Symposium on the Biology of Root Formation and Development. June 13-28 1996, Jerusalem. A. Altman & Y. Waisel (eds.) Chapter 41 pp. 335-339, Plenum Press, New York (1997).
A. Eshel. Resolving circumnutational and gravitropic movements of root tips.
Proc. of the 2nd International Symposium on the Biology of Root Formation and Development. June 13-28 1996, Jerusalem. A. Altman & Y. Waisel (eds.) Chapter 43 pp. 347-351, Plenum Press, New York (1997).
A. Eshel, K.L. Nielsen, J.P. Lynch. Screenin bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) genotypes for differences in phosphorus utilization efficiency. The Annual
Israeli Plant Sciences Conference, Ben-Gurion Univ., Beer Sheba. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 44:225 (1996).
N. Henig-Sever, A. Eshel, G. Ne'eman. pH and osmotic potential of pine ash as post-fire germination inhibitors. Physiol. Plant. 96:71-76 (1996).
A. Eshel, G. Katz. Interaction between Pinus halepensis and Cistus slaviifolius during early stages of secondary succession
following a wildfire in Mt. Carmel. Ecology and Environment 3:59-60 (1996).
A. Eshel KL Nielsen, JP Lynch. Response of bean root systems to low level of phosphorus. 14th Long Ashton International Symposium: Plant roots - from cells to systems. 14th Long Ashton Intrnl. Symp. Bristol, England: IACR-Long Ashton Research Station, Abst. #63. (1995).
A. Eshel, Y. Waisel. Multiform and multifunction of various constituents of one root system. Chapter 9. In: Plant Roots: The Hidden Half. Second edition revised and expanded (Y. Waisel, A. Eshel and U. Kafkafi, Eds.) New York, Marcel Dekker Inc.. pp. 175-191 (1996).
A. Eshel, I. Tamir. Structural aspects of root systems.
Proc. Symp. Structure and Function at All Levels, Bielefelder Okolog. Beitr. 8:79-84 (1995).
E. Zuckerman, A. Eshel, Z. Eyal. Source-sink relatioships of Barkai and Miriam wheat varieties under Septoria leaf blotch epidemic. 16th Conference of the Israeli Phytopathological Society, Volcani Center, Bet-Dagan. (1995).
Y. Navon, A. Eshel, D. Simon, Y. Zohar. Ecological implications of prescribed burning in pine plantations. The Annual Israeli Plant Sciences Conference, Technion, Haifa, (1995).
S. Yanai, I. Schik, I. Tamir, A. Eshel, Y. Waisel. The structure of the root system of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) and cotton (Gossypium hirsutum). The Annual Israeli Plant Sciences Conference, Technion, Haifa, (1995).
Y. Waisel, M. Agami, A. Eshel. Competition between Najas marina and Myriophyllum spicatum plants. The Annual Israeli Plant Sciences Conference, Technion, Haifa, (1995).
A. Eshel, K.L. Nielsen, J.P. Lynch. Response of bean root systems to low
levels of phosphorus. 14th Long Ashton Intrnl. Symp. on Plant Roots - From Cells to Systems. 13-15 Sept 1995 IACR-Long Ashton Res. St. Bristol, England. p.63.
M. Inbar, A. Eshel, D. Wool. Interspecific competition among phloem-
feeding insects mediated by induced host-plant sinks. Ecology, 76:1506-1515 (1995).
U. Shani, Y. Waisel, A. Eshel. The development of melon roots under trickle irrigation: Effects of the location of the emitters. In: Structure and Function of Roots. (F. Baluska, M. Ciamporova, O. Gasparikova, P. W. Barlow, Eds.) Kluwer
Academic Publishers, pp. 223-225, (1995).
M. Burstein, D. Wool, A. Eshel. Sink strength and clone size of sympatric, gall-forming aphids. Eur. J. Entomol. 91:57-61 (1994).
E. Kosman, A. Eshel, N. Keynan, Y. Waisel. Clustering of allergenic pollen on the basis of skin responses of atopic patients by matrix analysis. Allergy 49:502 - 507 (1994).
A. Singer, A. Eshel, S. Beer. The contribution of aerenchymal CO2 to the photosynthesis of emergent and submerged culms of Scirpus lacustris and Cyperus papyrus. Aquatic Botany 49:107-116 (1994).
U. Shani, Y. Waisel, A. Eshel, S. Xue, G. Ziv. Responses to salinity of grapevine plants with split root systems. The New Phytol. 124:695-701 (1993).
Y. Lipkin, S. Beer, A. Eshel. The ability of Porphyra linearis (Rhodophyta) to tolerate prolonged periods of desiccation. Botanica Marina 36:517-523 (1993).
E. Zuckerman, A. Eshel, Z. Eyal. Partition of soluble carbohydrates in plant organs of tolerant and non-tolerant wheat cultivars infected with Septoria triticii blotch. Phytopathology (1992).
A. Eshel. Response of plant roots to water and oxygen stresses. Proc. Symp. Stress at all Levels, Bielefelder Okolog. Beitrage 6:23-32 (1992).
A. Eshel, M. Zilberstaine, Y. Waisel. Characterization of various root types of avocado. Proc. 3rd Interntnl. Soc. Root Research Symp. on Root Ecology and its Practical Application, Wien, Austria (1992).
E. Zuckerman, A. Eshel, Z. Eyal. Partition of carbohydrates in plant organs of tolerant and non-tolerant wheat cultivars infected with Septoria triticii blotch. Phytopathology 82:1074-A102 (1992).
U. Ravid, E. Putievsky, I. Katzir, D. Carmeli, A. Eshel, H.P. Schenk. The essential oil of Artemisia judaica L. chemotypes. Flavour Fragr. J. 7:69-72 (1992).
D. Carmeli, E. Putievsky, U. Ravid, A. Eshel, I. Katzir. Variations in essential oil of Artemisia judaica chemotypes related to phenological and environmental factors. Flavour Fragr. J. 7:253-257 (1992).
Y. Waisel, A. Eshel. Differences in ion uptake among roots of various types. J. Plant Nutrition 15:945-958 (1992).
Y. Waisel, A. Eshel Multiform behavior of various constituents of one root system. Chapter 3. In: Plant Roots: The Hidden Half (Y. Waisel, A. Eshel and U. Kafkafi, Eds.) New York, Marcel Dekker Inc.. pp. 39-52 (1991).
M. Zilberstaine, A. Eshel, Y. Waisel. Potassium uptake by avocado roots. Proc. 2nd Avocado World Congress, Anaheim, California (1991).
Y. Anikster, A. Eshel, S. Ezrati, A. Horovitz. Patterns of phenotypic variation in wild tetraploid wheat at Ammiad. Isr. J. Bot. 40:397-418 (1991).
A. Eshel, D. Inbar, Y. Waisel. Variation of mineral uptake capacity along the roots. Ann. Meeting of the Israeli Botanical Soc., Tel-Aviv Univ. (1990).
M. Zilberstaine, A. Eshel, Y. Waisel. The efficiency of potassium uptake by avocado roots. Ann. Meeting of the Israeli Botanical Soc., Tel-Aviv Univ. (1990).
D. Carmeli, U. Ravid, E. Putievsky, A. Eshel. Identification of chemotypes in Artemisia judaica. Ann. Meeting of the Israeli Botanical Soc., Tel-Aviv Univ.(1990).
U. Ravid, A. Eshel, D. Carmeli, A. Putievsky, I. Katzir , H.P. Schenk. The essential oil of Artemisia judaica chemotypes. Proc. 21st Int. Symp. on Essential Oils. Lahti, Finland (1990).
Y. Waisel, M. Zilberstaine, A. Eshel. Differences in ion uptake among avocado roots. Physiol. Plant. 79: A91. (1990).
A. Eshel, Y. Anikster, A. Horovitz. Strategies for phenotypic variation in an annual self-pollinating plant. 2nd Cong. of Eur. Soc. for Evolutionary Biology. Roma,
A. Eshel, G. H. Asady, R. J. King, A. J. M. Smucker. Simulation of crop root growth in non-homogenous profiles of Michigan soils. Workshop on Crop Simulation. Mississippi State University (1987).
Y. Waisel, A. Eshel, M. Agami. Human interference and vegetation changes in historical times. Proc. XIV Int. Botanical Congress. Berlin, FRG. p.6-09-1 (1987).
D. Ashkenazy, A. Eshel, Y. Kashman , J. Friedman. Morphological and chemical variations in natural populations of Pituranthos triradiatus in the Negev desert. Biochem. Syst. and Ecol. 15: 453-458 (1987).
A. Eshel, S. Beer. Effect of pH on utilization of carbon from the air and the water by Spirodela polyrrhyza. Hydrobiologia 131: 149-153 (1986).
Y. Waisel, A. Eshel , M. Agami. Salt balance of leaves of the mangrove Avicennia marina. Physiol. Plant. 67:67-72 (1986).
A. Eshel, R. Pasternak. Effect of NaCl and KCl on Suaeda aegyptiaca. Annual Meeting of the Israeli Botanical Society, Haifa. (1985).
J. Garty, O. Ziv, A. Eshel. The effect of coating polymers on accumulation
of airborne heavy metals by lichens. Env. Pollution (Ser.A) 38:213-220 (1985).
A. Eshel. Effects of NaCl and KCl on growth and ion composition of the halophytic C4 succulent chenopods Salsola kali, Suaeda monoica and Suaeda aegyptiaca. Aust. J. of Plant Physiol. 12:319-328 (1985).
A. Eshel. The response of Suaeda aegyptiaca to KCl, NaCl, and Na2SO4 treatments. Physiol. Plant. 64:308-315 (1985).
S. Beer, A. Eshel. Determining phycoerythrin and phycocyanin concentrations in aqueous crude extracts of red algae. Aust. J. Mar. Freshw. Res. 36:785-793 (1985).
A. Eshel, Y. Waisel. Effects of salt and soil water status on transpiration of Salsola kali L. Plant, Cell, Environ. 7:133-137 (1984).
M. Agami, A. Eshel , Y. Waisel. Najas marina L. in Israel:Is it a halophyte or a glycophyte? Physiol. Plant. 61:634-636 (1984).
S. Beer , A. Eshel. Photosynthetic carbon utilization of Ulva sp. J. Phycol. 19 (Suppl.) P. 5 (1983).
S. Beer, A. Eshel. Photosynthesis of Ulva sp. I Effects of desiccation when exposed to air. J. Exp. Mar. Bio. Ecol. 70:91-97 (1983).
S. Beer, A. Eshel. Photosynthesis of Ulva sp. II. Utilization of CO2 and HCO3- when submerged. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 70:99-100 (1983).
T. E. Schumacher, A. J. M. Smucker, A. Eshel, R. B. Curry. Measurement of short-term root growth by prestaining with neutral red. Crop Science 23:1212-1214 (1983).
A. Eshel. Application of X-ray microanalysis in biological research. Meeting of the Israeli Soc. of Electron Microscopy, Tel-Aviv,(1981).
R. B. Curry, A. Eshel. Use of simulation as a tool in crop management strategies for stress avoidance. In:Crop Reactions to Water and Temperature Stresses in Humid Temperate Climates (C. D. Raper, P. O. Kramer Eds.), Duke University, Durham, N.C. (1980) P. 231-24.
S. Beer, A. Eshel , Y. Waisel. Carbon metabolism in seagrasses. III. Activities of carbon fixing enzymes in relation to internal salt concentrations. J. exp. Bot. 31:1027 -1033 (1980).
A. Eshel, R. B. Curry. SMASH - soil moisture and soil heat simulator. Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center Series no. 103 (1980).
A. Eshel, Y. Waisel. Distribution of sodium and chloride in leaves of Suaeda monoica. Physiol. Plant. 40:151-154 (1979).
A. Eshel, Y. Waisel. Localization of minerals in leaf tissues of Suaeda monoica. Annual Meeting of the Israeli Botanical Society, Rehovot (1978)
A. Eshel , Y. Waisel. Quantitative electron probe microanalysis of biological specimens. II. Determination of rx value of the analyzed spot. Micron 9:155-
S. Beer, A. Eshel, Y. Waisel. Carbon metabolism in seagrasses. I. The
utilization of exogenous inorganic carbon species in photosynthesis. J. exp. Bot. 28:1180-1189 (1977).
M. Tal, A. Eshel, A. Witztum. Abnormal stomatal behaviour and ion
balance in Capsicum scabrous diminutive. J. exp. Bot. 27 :953-960 (1976).
A. Eshel, Y. Waisel, A. Ramati. The role of sodium in stomatal movements of a halophyte: a study by x-ray microanalysis. 7th Internatnl. Colloquium on Plant Analysis and Fertilizer Problems. Hannover, F. R. G. (1974).
N. Lipschitz, A. Shomer-Ilan, A. Eshel, Y. Waisel. Salt glands on leaves of Rhodes grass (Chloris gayana Kth.). Ann. Bot. 38:459-462 (1974).
A. Eshel. Quantitative electron probe microanalysis of biological specimens. I. A theoretical analysis of some variables involved. Micron 5: 41-49 (1974).
A. Eshel, Y. Waisel. Ion uptake by barley and corn roots as affected by their salt status. Annual Meeting of the Botanical Soc.of Israel, Beer Sheva (1973).
A. Eshel, Y. Waisel. Variations in uptake of sodium and rubidium along barley roots. Physiol. Plant. 28:557-560 (1973).
A. Ramati, A. Eshel, N. Lipschitz , Y. Waisel. Localization of ions in cells of Potamogeton lucens L. Experientia 29:497-501 (1973).
A. Eshel, Y. Waisel. Heterogeniety of ion uptake mechanisms along primary roots of maize seedlings. International Meeting on Ion Transport in Plants. Liverpool, U. K. (1972).
A. Eshel, Y. Waisel. Variations in sodium uptake along primary roots of corn seedlings. Plant Physiol. 49:585-589 (1972).
Y. Waisel, A. Eshel. Localization of ions in the mesophyll cells of the succulent halophyte Suaeda monoica Forssk. by X-ray microanalysis. Experientia
Y. Waisel, A. Hoffen, A. Eshel. The localization of aluminium in the cortex cells of bean and barley roots by X-ray microanalysis. Physiol. Plant. 23:75-79 (1970).