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Name: Ran Erel, Ph.D. (Researcher)
Units: Gilat CenterSoil and water
Research Interests / Job description  
Cell: 972-54-7580-414
Email:    ranerel@volcani.agri.gov.il
Office location:Gilat Research Center
Address:Gilat Research Center
Mobile Post Negev 85-280

Researcher: Plant Nutrition and Soil Chemistry

Research Interests / Job description
Root-soil interactions
Phosphorus acquisition by plants
Plant's response to nutrients deficiency
Utilization of organic waste in agriculture

9.   2014-2015  Post-doc. INRA, UMR Eco&Sols Montpellier, France. identifying the most relevant root traits involved in phosphorus acquisition efficiency in a cereal (maize). Philippe Hinsinger

       2010–2014  Ph.D. The Hebrew University, The Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment, Rehovot, Israel. Thesis title: The role of macro-element nutrition levels on developmental aspects and on carbohydrate and mineral distribution in olive trees. Supervisors: Prof. Amnon Schwartz and Dr. Uri Yermiyahu.

       2006–2009  M.Sc. Agri. The Hebrew University. Thesis title: The effect of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium nutrition on growth, yield and oil quality of olive (Olea europaea) growing under an intensive regime. Supervisors: Prof. Amnon Schwartz. Dr. Arnon Dag and Dr. Uri Yermiyahu. (summa cum laude).

       2003–2005  B.Sc. Agri. Soil and Water Sciences. The Hebrew University.


Articles in Reviewed Journals

1. Erel, R., Dag, A., Ben Gal, A., Schwartz, A. and Yermiyahu, U. (2008).
Flowering and fruit set of olive trees in response to nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium.
J. Am. Soc. Hortic. Sci. 133: 639-647. IF 0.97; Category: Horticulture; Rank 9/23

2. Dag, A., Ben-David, E., Kerem, Z., Ben-Gal, A., Erel, R., Basheer, L. and Yermiyahu, U. (2009).
Olive oil composition as a function of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium plant nutrition.
J. Sci. Food Agric. 89: 1871-1878. IF 1.39; Category: Agriculture multidisciplinary; Rank 6/45

3. Ben-Gal, A., Kool, D., Agam, N., van Helsema, G., Yermiyahu, U., Yafe, A., Presnov, E., Erel, R., Majdo, A., Zipori, I., Segal, E., Rüger, S., Zimmermann, U., Cohen, Y., Alchanatis, V. and Dag, A. (2010).
Whole-tree water balance and indicators for short-term drought stress in non-bearing ‘Barnea' olives.
Agric. Water Manage. 98: 124-133. IF 1.78; Category: Agronomy; Rank 19/75

4. Segal, E., Dag, A., Ben-Gal, A., Zipori, I., Erel, R., Suryano, S. and Yermiyahu, U. (2011).
Olive orchard irrigation with reclaimed wastewater: agronomic and environmental considerations.
Agric. Ecosyst. Environ. 140: 454-461. IF 3.00; Category: Agriculture multidisciplinary; Rank 1/57

5. Dag, A., Erel, R., Ben-Gal, A., Zipori, I. and Yermiyahu, U. (2012).
The effect of olive tree stock plant nutritional status on propagation rates.
HortScience. 47: 307-310. IF 0.94; Category: Horticulture; Rank 12/32

6. Bustan, A., Avni, A., Yermiyahu, U., Ben-Gal, A., Riov, J., Erel, R., Zipori, I. and Dag, A. (2013).
Interactions between fruit load and macroelement concentrations in fertigated olive (Olea europaea L.) trees under arid saline conditions.
Sci. Hortic. 152: 44-55. IF 1.20; Category: Horticulture; Rank 9/33

7. Erel, R., Dag, A., Ben Gal, A., Schwartz, A. and Yermiyahu, U. (2013).
Olive (Olea europaea L.) tree nitrogen status is a key factor for olive oil quality.
J. Agric. Food Chem. 61: 11261-11272. IF 3.11; Category: Agriculture multidisciplinary; Rank 2/56 http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/jf4031585

8. Erel, R., Yermiyahu, U., Van Opstal, J., Ben-Gal, A., Schwartz, A. and Dag, A. (2013).
The importance of olive (Olea europaea L.) tree nutritional status on its productivity.
Sci. Hortic.159: 8-18. IF 1.20; Category: Horticulture; Rank 9/33

9. Rotbart, N., Schmilovitch, Z., Cohen, Y., Alcahantis, V., Erel, R., Ignat, T., Shenderey, C., Dag, A. and
Yermiyahu, U. (2013).
Estimating olive leaf nitrogen concentration using visible and near-infrared spectral reflectance.
Biosyst. Eng. 114: 426-434. IF 1.37; Category: Agriculture multidisciplinary; Rank 11/56

10. Erel, R., Ben Gal, A., Dag, A., Schwartz, A. and Yermiyahu, U. (2014).
Sodium replacement of potassium in physiological processes of olive trees (var. Barnea) as affected by drought.
Tree Physiol. 34: 1102-1117. IF 3.66; Category: Forestry; Rank 3/65 http://treephys.oxfordjournals.org/content/34/10/1102.short

11. Erel, R., Yermiyahu, U., Ben Gal, A., Dag, A., Shapira, O. and Schwartz, A. (2015).
Modification of non-stomatal limitation and photoprotection due to K and Na nutrition of olive trees.
J. Plant Physiol. 177: 1-10. IF 2.56; Category: Plant sciences; Rank 51/200 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0176161715000115

12. Zipori, I., Yermiyahu, U., Erel, R., Presnov, E., Faingold, I., Ben-Gal, A., and Dag, A. (2015).
The influence of irrigation level on olive tree nutritional status.
Irrig. Sci. 1-11. IF 2.06; Category: Agronomy; Rank 18/81

13. Erel, R., Yermiyahu, U., Yasuor, H., Cohen Chamus, D., Schwartz, A., Ben Gal, A. and Dag, A (2016).
Phosphorous nutritional level, carbohydrate reserves and flower quality in olives.
PLoS One. 11(12): e0167591. IF 3.06 Category: multidisciplinary sciences 11/63

14. Erel, R., Bérard, A., Capowiez, L., Doussan, C., Arnal, D., Souche, G., Gavaland, A., Fritz, C., Visser, E., Salvi, S., Le Marié, C., Hund, A., and Hinsinger, P.
Soil type determines how root and rhizosphere traits relate to phosphorus acquisition in field-grown maize genotypes.
Plant and Soil. IF 2.97; Category: Agronomy; Rank 9/83


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