Nirit Bernstein
Nirit Bernstein
Institute of soil Water and Environmenal Sci., Volcani Center, Israel
Verified email at agri.gov.il
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Abscisic acid accumulation maintains maize primary root elongation at low water potentials by restricting ethylene production
WG Spollen, ME LeNoble, TD Samuels, N Bernstein, RE Sharp
Plant Physiology 122 (3), 967-976, 2000
3492000
The NaCl induced inhibition of shoot growth: the case for disturbed nutrition with special consideration of calcium
DB Lazof, N Bernstein
Advances in Botanical Research 29, 113-189, 1998
1641998
Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Emergency Department Crowding Task Force. The effect of emergency department crowding on clinically oriented outcomes
SL Bernstein, D Aronsky, R Duseja, S Epstein, D Handel, U Hwang, ...
Acad Emerg Med 16 (1), 1-10, 2009
161*2009
Growth and development of sorghum leaves under conditions of NaCl stress: possible role of some mineral elements in growth inhibition
N Bernstein, WK Silk, A Läuchli
Planta 196 (4), 699-705, 1995
1441995
Growth and development of sorghum leaves under conditions of NaCl stress
N Bernstein, WK Silk, A Läuchli
Planta 191 (4), 433-439, 1993
1391993
Kinematics and dynamics of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L.) leaf development at various Na/Ca salinities (I. Elongation growth)
N Bernstein, A Lauchli, WK Silk
Plant Physiology 103 (4), 1107-1114, 1993
1181993
Salinity-induced inhibition of leaf elongation in maize is not mediated by changes in cell wall acidification capacity
BG Neves-Piestun, N Bernstein
Plant Physiology 125 (3), 1419-1428, 2001
862001
Root growth under salinity stress
N Bernstein, U Kafkafi
Plant Roots, 1222-1250, 2002
822002
Involvement of calcium-mediated effects on ROS metabolism in the regulation of growth improvement under salinity
M Shoresh, M Spivak, N Bernstein
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 51 (6), 1221-1234, 2011
812011
Involvement of the plant antioxidative response in the differential growth sensitivity to salinity of leaves vs roots during cell development
N Bernstein, M Shoresh, Y Xu, B Huang
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 49 (7), 1161-1171, 2010
772010
Root growth of avocado is more sensitive to salinity than shoot growth
N Bernstein, A Meiri, M Zilberstaine
Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 129 (2), 188-192, 2004
742004
Salinity-induced changes in the nutritional status of expanding cells may impact leaf growth inhibition in maize
BG Neves-Piestun, N Bernstein
Functional Plant Biology 32 (2), 141-152, 2005
722005
Application of treated wastewater for cultivation of roses (Rosa hybrida) in soil-less culture
B Nirit, BT Asher, F Haya, S Pini, R Ilona, C Amram, I Marina
Scientia Horticulturae 108 (2), 185-193, 2006
712006
Elicitation: an underutilized tool in the development of medicinal plants as a source of therapeutic secondary metabolites
J Gorelick, N Bernstein
Advances in agronomy 124, 201-230, 2014
702014
Assessment of contamination potential of lettuce by Salmonella enterica serovar Newport added to the plant growing medium
N Bernstein, S Sela, S Neder-Lavon
Journal of food protection 70 (7), 1717-1722, 2007
682007
Evidence for internalization of Escherichia coli into the aerial parts of maize via the root system
N Bernstein, S Sela, R Pinto, M Ioffe
Journal of food protection 70 (2), 471-475, 2007
672007
Salt-stress effects on avocado rootstock growth. I. Establishing criteria for determination of shoot growth sensitivity to the stress
N Bernstein, M Ioffe, M Zilberstaine
Plant and Soil 233 (1), 1-11, 2001
652001
Salinity‐induced changes in essential oil, pigments and salts accumulation in sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum) in relation to alterations of morphological development
N Bernstein, M Kravchik, N Dudai
Annals of Applied Biology 156 (2), 167-177, 2010
602010
Salt‐induced inhibition of phosphorus transport in lettuce plants
V Martinez, N Bernstein, A Läuchli
Physiologia Plantarum 97 (1), 118-122, 1996
531996
Root growth under salinity stress
U Kafkafi, N Bernstein
Plant roots: the hidden half, 435-451, 1996
521996
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