The Plantarray system offered today is the result of over 10 years of R&D. During that time thousands of plants went through the precise functional phenotyping for different applications using Plantarray technology.

Following is a list of some of the reported scientific literature as well as videos featuring Plantarray:

Phenodays 2016 Presentation:

Phenodays 2015 Presentation:

HUJI Presentation (in Hebrew):

Articles

  1. The following selected scientific papers used Plant-DiTech technology:
  2. Improving plant stress tolerance and yield production: is the tonoplast aquaporin SlTIP2;2 a key to isohydric to anisohydric conversion?
    Sade et. al., (2009) New Phytologist. 181: 651–661
  3. The Role of Tobacco Aquaporin1 in Improving Water Use Efficiency, Hydraulic Conductivity, and Yield Production Under Salt Stress
    Sade et. al., (2010) Plant Physiology 152:1-10
  4. Development of synchronized, autonomous, and self-regulated oscillations in transpiration rate of a whole tomato plant under water stress
    Wallach et. al., (2010) Journal of Experimental Botany 61:3439–3449
  5. Risk-taking plants: Anisohydric behavior as a stress-resistance trait
    Sade et. Al., (2012) Plant Signaling & Behavior DOI org/10.4161/psb.20505
  6. Hexokinase mediates stomatal closure
    Kelly et. al.,  (2013) The Plant Journal 75, 977–988 DOI: 10.1111/tpj.12258
  7. The Arabidopsis gibberellin methyl transferase 1 suppresses gibberellin activity, reduces whole-plant transpiration and promotes drought tolerance in transgenic tomato.
    Nir et. al., (2013) Plant cell and Environment 37, 113–123
  8. Relationship between hexokinase and the aquaporin PIP1 in the regulation of photosynthesis and plant growth
    Kelly et. al.,  (2014) PLoS One. 9 : DOI:10.1371/ journal.pone.0087888
  9. Role of aquaporins in determining transpiration and photosynthesis in water-stressed plants: crop water-use efficiency, growth and yield.
    Moshelion  et. al., (2014) Plant Cell & Environment DOI: 10.1111/pce.12410
  10. Transcriptome sequencing of two wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum L.) ecotypes differentially adapted to drought stress reveals ecotype-specific transcripts
    Bedada et. al., (2014) BMC Genomics DOI: 10.11861471-2164-15-995
  11. Mesophyll photosynthesis and guard cell metabolism impacts on stomatal behaviour
    Tracy Lawson et. al., (2014) New Phytologist DOI: 10.1111nph.12945
  12. Natural variation and gene regulatory basis for the responses of asparagus beans to soil drought
    Xu et. al., (2015) Frontiers in plant sciences DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00891
  13. Expression of Arabidopsis Hexokinase in Citrus Guard Cells Controls Stomatal Aperture and Reduces Transpiration
    Lugassi et. al., (2015) Frontiers in plant sciences DOI:10.3389/fpls.2015.01114.
  14. Current challenges and future perspectives of plant and agricultural biotechnology
    Moshelion and Altman, (2015) Trends in Biotechnology. 33, 337–342
  15. The advantages of functional phenotyping in pre-field screening for drought-tolerant crops
    Negin et. al., (2016)  Functional Plant Biology  DOI: 10.1071/FP16156
  16. Cytokinin activity increases stomatal density and transpiration rate in tomato
    Faber et. Al., (2016) Journal of Experimental Botany DOI: 10.1093/jxb/erw398
  17. High-throughput physiological phenotyping and screening system for the characterization of plant–environment interactions
    Halperin et. Al., (2016) The Plant Journal 10.1111/tpj.13425

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