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שלח באימייל הדפס
Name: David Kenigsbuch, Ph.D. (Researcher)
Units: Postharvest and Food SciencesDepartment of Postharvest Science
Research Interests / Job description  
Tel:  03-9683600 03-9683757
Cell: 050-6220601
Email:  davke@volcani.agri.gov.il
Address:Department of Postharvest Science
The Volcani Center
Bet Dagan, POB 6, 50250, Israel
Research Interests / Job description
Research Interests
• Post harvest physiology and phytopathology of fresh herbs and leafy vegetables.
• Leaf abscission and senescence.
• Molecular regulation of ethylene biosynthesis and action.
• Modified atmosphere storage.
• Molecular mechanism of the circadian regulation of post harvest physiology.

List of Publications


Kenigsbuch, D. and Cohen, Y. (1987) Inheritance of gynoecious sex type in muskmelon. Cucurbits Genetics Coop. Rpr. 10: 47-48.

Kenigsbuch, D. and Cohen, Y. (1989) Independent inheritance of resistance to race 1 and race 2 of Sphaerotheca fuliginea in muskmelon. Plant Disease 73: 206-208.

Kenigsbuch, D. and Cohen, Y. (1989) Inheritance of resistance to downy mildew in gynoecious muskmelon. Plant Disease 73: 994-997.

Kenigsbuch, D. and Cohen, Y. (1990) The inheritance of genoecy in muskmelon.  Genome 33: 3317-3204.

Kenigsbuch, D. and Cohen, Y. (1992) Inheritance of resistance to downy mildew in Cucumis melo and commonality of resistance genes with C. melo Pl124111F. Plant Disease 76: 615-617.

Kenigsbuch, D. and Cohen, Y. (1992) Inheritance and allelism of genes for resistance against races 1 and 2 of Sphaerotheca fuliginea in muskmelon. Plant Disease 76: 626-629.

Salts, Y., Kenigsbuch, D., Wachs, R., Gruissem, W., and Barg, R. (1992) DNA sequence of the tomato fruit expressed proline-rich protein gene TPRP-F1 reveals an intron within the 3 untranslated transcript. Plant Mol. Biol. 18: 407-409.

Heimer, Y.M., Brusslan, J.A., Kenigsbuch, D., and Tobin, E.M. (1995) A chimeric Lhcb::Nia gene: an inducible counter-selection system for mutants in the phytochrome signal transduction pathway.Plant Mol. Biol. 27: 129-136.

Kenigsbuch, D. and Tobin, E.M. (1995) A region of the Arabidopsis Lhcb1*3 promoter that binds to CA-1 activity is essential for phytochrome regulation. Plant Physiol. 108: 1023-1027.

Wang, Z-Y., Kenigsbuch, D., Sun, L. Harel, E., Ong M.S., and Tobin, E.M. (1997) A Myb-related transcription factor is involved in the phytochrome regulation of an Arabidopsis Lhcb gene. Plant Cell, 9: 491-507.

Tabibian-Keissar, H., Bashan B., Levy, Y. and Kenigsbuch, D. (2002) Stage specificity in catalase isoform activity in Exserohilum turcicum. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology 60:163-168.

Galperin, M., Patlis, L., Ovadia, A., Wolf, D., Zelcer, A. and Kenigsbuch, D. (2003)  A melon (Cucumis melo L.) genotype with superior competence for regeneration and transformation. Plant Breeding 122, 66-69.

Galperin, M., Zelcer, A. and Kenigsbuch, D. (2003) High competence for adventitious regeneration in a melon genotype is controlled by single dominant locus. HortScience 38:1167-1168.

Galperin, M. Graph, S. and Kenigsbuch, D. (2003) Corn Seed Treatment Prevents Vertical Transmission of Fusarium moniliforme making a Significant Contribution to Disease Control.  Phytoparasitica 31:344-352.

Taler, D., Galperin, M., Benjamin, I., Cohen, Y.  and Kenigsbuch, D. (2004) Plant eR genes encoding for photorespiratory enzymes confer resistance against disease. Plant Cell 16:172-184.

Kenigsbuch, D., Chalupowicz, D., Aharon, Z., Maurer, D. and Aharoni, N. (2007) The effect of CO2 and 1-methylcyclopropene on the regulation of postharvest senescence of mint, Mentha longifolia L. Postharvest Biol. Technol. 41:165-173.

Kenigsbuch, D., Ovadia, A., Chalupowicz, D., Maurer, D., Aharon Z. and Aharoni N. (2009) Post-harvest leaf abscission in Summer-grown basil (Ocimum basilicum L.) may be controlled by combining a pre-treatment with 1-MCP and moderately raised CO2. The J. of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology 84:291-294.

Benjamin, I., Kenigsbuch, D., Galperin, M., Abrameto, J.A. and Cohen, Y. (2009) Cisgenic melons over expressing glyoxylate-aminotransferase are resistant to downy mildew. Eur. J. Plant Pathol. 125:355-365.

Ovadia, A., Tabibian-Keissar, H., Cohen, Y. and Kenigsbuch, D. (2010) The 5'UTR of CCA1 includes an autoregulatory cis element that segregates between light and circadian regulation of CCA1 and LHY. Plant Mol. Biol. 72:659-671.

Aharoni, N., Kenigsbuch, D., Chalupowicz, D., Faura-Mlinski, M., Aharon, Z., Ovadia, A. and Lers, A. (2010) Reducing chilling injury and decay in stored sweet basil. Isr. J. of Plant Sci. (in press).

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