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Name: Hanan Eizenberg, Prof. (Researcher)
Units: Newe Ya'arResearch teams-Newe Yaar
Research Interests / Job description  
Tel:  04-9539535
Cell: 050-6220035
Fax:04-9539535
Email:    eizenber@volcani.agri.gov.il
Office location:Newe Ya'ar Research Center
Address:P. O. Box 1021 Ramat Yishay 30095

Research Scientist

Research Interests / Job description
Decision support system in parasitic weeds.
Modeling the dynamic of host- parasite relationship
Precision agriculture and site specific weed management.
Modeling time thermal and spatial distribution of weeds.
Optimizing herbicide rates.
Integrated control of troublesome weeds in vegetable and field crops.
CV  

 Short CV

1994                B.Sc. studies at the Plant Protection and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel.

1997                M.Sc. studies at the Institute of Plant Sciences and Genetics, Faculty of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel.

2001                Ph.D. studies at the Institute of Plant Sciences and Genetics, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel.

2001-2003      Post-Doctoral position at the Weed Science Lab, Department of Crop and Soil Science, Oregon State University, Corvallis Oregon, USA.

2003- to date  Research Scientist, in the Department of Plant Pathology and Weed Research, Newe Ya'ar Research Center, Agricultural Research Organization, Israel.

 2010-2011     Sabbatical leave in the Department of Resource Management & Geography, The University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

 

 

Teaching experience 

 Lecturing at the Institute of Plant Sciences and Genetics, Faculty   of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel. Two courses:

 1. Parasitic weeds in the agriculture: agronomical and environmental aspects. Course No. 71924.

2. Models and simulation in agricultural systems. Course No. 71912.

List of selected publications in reviewed journals
  • Lati, R. , Filin, S. and Eizenberg, H. (2012). The effect of seed burial depth and seeds density on black nightshade (Solanum nigrun) emergence and development. Phytoparasitica 40 (2): 195-203
  • Ephrath J. E., Hershenhorn, J., Achdari G., Bringer S., and  Eizenberg, H. (2012). The use of sigmoid equations for the detection of the initial parasitism phase of Phelipanche aegyptiaca in tomato (Solanum lycopersicon). Weed Science. 60:57–63.
  • Lati, R. , Filin, S. and Eizenberg, H. (2012). Trifloxisulfuron Application Timing and Weed Density Impact on Purple Nutsedge (Cyperus rotundus) Control. Weed Science (in press).
  • Eizenberg, H., Aly, R. Cohen, Y. (2012). Technologies for Smart Chemical Control of Broomrape (Orobanche spp. and Phelipanche spp.). Weeds Science  60 (2): 316-323.
  • Aly, R., Eizenberg, H., Kocherman, M., Abu-Nassar, J., Taha, L., Saadi, E. (2012). Use of ITS nuclear sequences from Phelipanche aegyptiaca as a direct tool to detect single seeds of broomrape species in the soil. European Journal of Plant Pathology
  • Lati, R. , Filin, S. and Eizenberg, H. (2011). Robust methods for Estimation of Weeds Leaf Cover Area and Biomass from Image Data.Weed Science, 59: 276-284
  • Lati, R. , Filin, S. and Eizenberg, H. (2011). Lati, R. , Filin, S. and Eizenberg, H. (2011). Temperature- and Radiation-Based Models for Predicting Spatial Growth of Purple Nutsedge (Cyperus rotundus). Weed Science, 59:476-482.
  • Aly, R., Hamamouch, N., Abu-Nassar, J., Wolf, D., Joel, D. M., Eizenberg, H., Kaisler, E., Cramer, C., Gal-On, A., and Westwood, James H. (2011). Movement of protein and macromolecule between host plant and the parasitic weed Phelipanche aegyptiaca Pers. Plant Cell Reports. 30: 2233–2241.
  • Ephrath, J. E. and Eizenberg, H. (2010). Quantification the dynamics of Orobanche cumana and Phelibanche aegyptiaca parasitism in confectionery sunflower (Helianthus annuus). Weed Research 50: 140-152.
  • Eizenberg, H., Hershenhorn, J. and Ephrath, J. E. (2009). Factors affecting the efficacy of Orobanche cumana control in sunflower. Weed Research 49: 308-315.
  • Pe´rez-de-Luque, A., Eizenberg, H., Grenz, J. H., Sillero, J.C., Carmen, A., Sauerborn, J. and Rubiales, D. (2009). Broomrape management in faba bean. Field Crops Research: 115: 319-328.
  • Hershenhorn, J., Eizenberg, H., Dor, E., Kapulnik, Y. and Goldwasser, Y. (2009). Broomrape management in tomato. Weed Research. 49: 34-47.
  • Cohen, R., Eizenberg, H., Edelstien, M., Horev, C., Lande, T., Porat, A., Achdari, G., and Hershenhorn, J. (2008). Evaluation of herbicides for grafted watermelons and melons grown in the arava valley of southern Israel. Phytoparasitica 36: 66-73.
  • Dor, E., Eizenberg, H., Joel, D.M, Levitin, E. and Hershenhorn, J. (2008). First Report of Orobanche crenata parasitism on ornamental anemone (Anemone coronaria) in Israel. Plant Disease 92: 655.
  • Eizenberg, H. and Joel, D. M. (2008). The Canon of Potato Science: Parasitic Weeds. Potato Research 50:275-278.
  • Joel, D.M., Hershenhorn J., Eizenberg H., Aly R., Ejeta G., Rich P.J., Ransom J.K., Sauerborn J. and Rubiales D. (2007). Biology and management of weedy root parasites (review). Horticultural Reviews. ed. J. Janick.John Wiley & Sons. 33: 267-350.
  • Cohen, R., Eizenberg, H., Edelstien, M., Horev, C., Lande, T., Porat, A., Achdari, G., and Hershenhorn, J. (2007). Evaluation of herbicides for grafted watermelons and melons grown in the Arava Valley of southern Israel. Phytoparasitica 36: 66-73.
  • Colquhoun, J. B., Eizenberg, H., and Mallory Smith, C. A. (2006). Herbicide placement site affects small broomrape (Orobanche minor) control in red clover (Trifolium pratense). Weed Tecnology 20: 356-360.
  • Eizenberg, H., Colquhoun, J. B., and Mallory-Smith, C. A. (2006). Imazamox application timing for small broomrape (Orobanche minor) control in red clover (Trifolium pratense). Weed Science 54: 923-927.
  • Eizenberg, H., Lande, T., Achdari, G., Roichman, A., and Hershenhorn, J. (2006). Effect of Egyptian broomrape (Orobanche aegyptiaca) seed depth on the parasitism and its chemical control. Weed Science 55: 152-156.
  • Eizenberg, H., Colquhoun, J. B., and Mallory-Smith, C. A. (2005). A predictive degree-days model for small broomrape (Orobanche minor) parasitism in red clover (Trifolium pratense) in Oregon. Weed Science 53: 37-40.
  • Eizenberg, H., Shtienberg, D., Silberbush, M. and Ephrath, J. E. (2005). New method for monitoring early stages of Orobanche cumana development in sunflower (Helianthus annuus) with minirhyzotron. Annals of botany 96:1137-1140.
  • Eizenberg, H., Hershenhorn, J., Plakhine, D., Kleifeld, Y., and Rubin, B. (2004). Variation in resistant and sensitive sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) response to the parasitic weed broomrape (Orobanche spp.). Plant Disease 88: 479-484.
  • Eizenberg, H., Goldwasser, Y., Golan, S., Plakhine, D., and Hershenhorn, J. (2004). Egyptian broomrape (Orobanche aegyptiaca Pers.) control in tomato with sulfonylurea herbicides - greenhouse studies. Weed Technology 18:490-496.
  • Eizenberg, H., Plakhine, D., Landa, T., Achdari, G., Joel, D. M. and Hershenhorn, J. (2004). A new race of sunflower broomrape (Orobanche cumana Wallr.) in Israel- first report. Plant Disease 88:1284.
  • Eizenberg, H., Colquhoun, J. B., and Mallory-Smith, C. A. (2004). The relationship between growing degree days and small broomrape (Orobanche minor) parasitism in red clover. Weed Science 52:735-741.
  • Goldwasser, Y., Eizenberg, H., Golan, S. and Kleifeld, Y. (2003). Control of Orobanche crenata and O. aegyptiaca in parsley. Crop Protection 22: 295-3.
  • Eizenberg, H., Goldwasser, Y., Achdari, G. and Hershenhorn J. (2003). The potential of sulfosulfuron to control troublesome weeds in tomato. Weed Technology. 17: 133-137.
  • Eizenberg, H., Plakhine, D., Hershenhorn, J., Kleifeld, Y. and Rubin, R. (2003). Resistance to broomrape (Orobanche spp.) in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) is temperature-dependent. Journal of Experimental Botany 54: 1305-1311.
  • Eizenberg, H., Hershenhorn, J., Plakhine, D., Shtienberg, D., Kleifeld, Y. and Rubin, B. (2003). Effect of temperature on susceptibility of sunflower varieties to Orobanche cumana and O. aegyptiaca. Weed Science 51: 279-286.
  • Eizenberg, H., Colquhoun, J. B., and Mallory-Smith, C. A. (2003). Variation in clover (Trifolium spp.) response to small broomrape (Orobanche minor J. E. Smith.). Weed Science 51: 5: 759-763.
  • Eizenberg, H., Hershenhorn, J., Graph, S. and Manor H. (2003). Orobanche aegyptiaca control in tomato with sulfonylurea herbicides. ACTA Horticulture 613: pp 205-208.
  • Eizenberg, H., Golan, S. and Joel D. M. (2002). First report of the parasitic plant Orobanche aegyptiaca infecting Olive. Plant Disease 86: 814. 05.
  • Aly, R., Goldwasser, Y., Eizenberg, H., Hershenhorn, J., Golan, S. and Kleifeld, Y. (2001). Broomrape (Orobanche cumana) control in sunflower (Helianthus annuus) fields. Weed Technology 15: 306-309.
  • Joel, D. M. and Eizenberg, H. (2001). Three weedy Orobanche species newly found in Israel. Phytoparasitica 30: 187-190.
  • Goldwasser, Y., Eizenberg, H., Golan, S., Hershenhorn, J. and Kleifeld, Y. (2001). Orobanche aegyptiaca control in potato. Crop Protection 20: 403-410.
  • Eizenberg, H., Tanaami, Z., Jacobsohn, R. and Rubin, B. (2001). Effect of temperature on the relationship between Orobanche spp. and carrot (Daucus carota L.). Crop Protection 20: 415-420.
  • Hershenhorn, J., Goldwasser, Y., Plakhine, D., Lavan Y., Blumenfeld, T., Bucsbaum, H., Herzlinger, G., Golan, S., Chilf, T., Eizenberg, H. and Kleifeld, Y. (1998). Orobanche aegyptiaca control in tomato fields with sulfonylurea herbicides. Weed Research 38: 343-349.
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