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An agricultural mobile robot guided by sonar and vision for crops and yield estimation

TechnologyUsing bio-inspired sensing methods (from bats) for crop estimation, plant examination and plant classification. The system is based on a mobile robotic platform with vision and sonar sensing that is doing the agricultural tests.The Need... Read More >

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A Novel Antibacterial Bio-Treatment for USE In Aquaculture

Aquaculture is the globe’s fastest growing food production sector. Diseases are a primary constraint to the culture of many aquatic species and as a result, there is widespread use of anti-microbial veterinary medicines across the globe. The... Read More >

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Resistance genes to North American races of the stripe rust pathogen

Wheat is vulnerable to different diseases including rusts, Wheat rusts are fungal diseases causing dramatic yield losses, Three rust diseases are present: leaf rust, stripe rust and stem rust, Rust disease can occur as sudden epidemics on a continental scale due to the widespread dispersal of spores

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A novel method to remotely detect plant sound emission, as a response to induced stress

A novel system developed to remotely detect plant sound emission, as a response to stress. The system consists of hardware and software components: microphones that remotely pick up the plant's sounds in the ultrasonic range of 20 to 100... Read More >



BackgroundRusts are a group of plant diseases that are caused by certain types of plant pathogenic fungi. Three types of rust diseases, namely leaf, stem and stripe rusts, are the most widespread diseases of wheat, each causing great yield losses... Read More >

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4D imaging system for root phenotyping

The Technology Root phenotypic plasticity is a major factor allowing plants to adapt to their ever changing environment. Although this fundamental issue is of great agricultural importance, studying root plasticity is highly complex due to their... Read More >

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Ulva sp. (Chlorophyta) intensive cultivation in a coastal area of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea.

The Need Global population growth together with enhanced quality of life, in the era of climate change, is expected to cause doubling of the world’s food and energy demand by 2050. Furthermore, there is a strong interest in the replacement... Read More >

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Gene expression for improved crop productivity

Enhancing crop productivity by optimizing gene expression in plants, using proprietary and proven computational tools, together with genome base editing capabilities. Tapping into gene expression for improved crop UNMET NEEDCrop... Read More >



Background- Most marine fish hatch from mm-size eggs irrespective of adult size,and suffer prodigious mortality (rates of 70-90% of the brood) in thefirst weeks of their lives;- This mortality makes the rearing of larval (very young) fish costly,... Read More >

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Plants Having Increase Tolerance to Drought and Salt Stress

Loss of function mutant of a specific gene in tomato, using CRISR/Cas9 genome editing, thatresults in plants with increase water use efficiency (WUE), drought and salt tolerance.Combined results from five different analyses demonstrate that the... Read More >