OUR PUBLICATIONS

Treves, H., Küken, A., Arrivault, S., Ishihara, H., Hoppe, I., Erban, A., Höhne, M., Moraes, T.A., Kopka, J., Szymanski, J., Nikoloski, Z. and Stitt, M. (2022) Carbon flux through photosynthesis and central carbon metabolism show distinct patterns between algae, C3 and C4 plants. Nat Plants, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41477-021-01042-5.

 

Luo, X., Wu, W., Feng, L., Treves, H. and Ren, M. (2021) Short Peptides Make a Big Difference: The Role of Botany-Derived AMPs in Disease Control and Protection of Human Health. Int J Mol Sci. 22(21):11363.

 

Caspy, I., Neumann, E., Fadeeva, M., Liveanu, V., Savitsky, A., Frank, A., Kalisman, Y.L., Shkolnisky, Y., Murik, O., Treves, H., Hartmann, V., Nowaczyk, M.M., Schuhmann, W., Rögner, M., Willner, I., Kaplan, A., Schuster, G., Nelson, N., Lubitz, W. and Nechushtai. R. (2021) Cryo-EM photosystem I structure reveals adaptation mechanisms to extreme high light in Chlorella ohadii. Nat Plants. 7(9):1314-1322.

 

Kedem, I., Treves, H.*, Noble, G., Hagemann, M., Murik, O., Raanan, H., Oren, N., Giordano, M., Kapan, A. (2020) Keep your friends close and your competitors closer: Novel interspecies interaction in desert biological sand crusts. Phycologia. DOI: 10.1080/00318884.2020.1843349.

*Corresponding author.

 

Treves, H., Siemiatkowska, B., Luzarowska, U., Murik, O., Fernandez Pozo, N., Alexandre Moraes, T., Erban, A., Armbruster, U., Brotman, Y., Kopka, J., Rensing, S., Szymanski, J., and Stitt, M. (2020) Multi-omics reveals mechanisms of total resistance to extreme illumination of a desert alga. Nat Plants. 6:1031-1043.

 

Treves, H., Murik O., Kedem, I., Eisenstadt, D., Meir, S., Rogachev, I., Szymanski, J., Keren, N., Orf, I., Tiburcio, A. F., Alcázar, R., Aharoni, A., Kopka, J. and Kaplan, A. (2017) Metabolic flexibility underpins growth capabilities of the fastest growing alga. Curr Biol. 27:2559-2567.

 

Murik, O., Oren N., Shotland Y., Raanan, H., Treves, H., Kedem, I., M., Hagemann M., Pade, N., and Kaplan, A. (2016). What distinguishes cyanobacteria able to resurrect after desiccation from those that cannot: The genome aspect. Environ Microbiol. 19:535-550.

 

Raanan, H., Oren N., Treves, H., Keren, N., Ohad, I., Berkowicz, S., M., Hagemann M., Koch, M., Shotland Y., and Kaplan, A. (2016). Towards clarifying what distinguishes cyanobacteria able to resurrect after desiccation from those that cannot: The photosynthetic aspect. BBA - Bioenergetics. 1857:715-722.

 

Raanan, H., Oren N., Treves, H., Berkowicz, S.M., Hagemann M., Keren, N., Kaplan, A (2015) Simulated soil crust conditions in a chamber system provide new insights on cyanobacterial acclimation to desiccation. Environ Microbiol. 18:414-426

 

Treves, H., Raanan, H., Kedem, I., Murik, O., Keren, N., Ohad, I., Zer, H., Berkowicz, S., Giordano, M., Norici, A., Shotland Y., Ohad, I., and Kaplan, A. (2016) The mechanisms whereby the green alga Chlorella ohadii, isolated from desert soil crust, exhibits unparalleled photodamage resistance. New Phytologist. 210:1229-1243.

Raanan H., Felde J. M. N. L.V., Peth S., Drahorad S., Ionescu D., Eshkol G., Treves H., Felix-Henningsen P., Berkowicz S.M., Keren N., Horn R., Hagemann M., Kaplan A. (2015) Three-dimensional structure and cyanobacterial activity within a desert biological soil crust. Environ Microbiol. 18:372-383

 

Treves, H., Raanan H., Finkel O., Berkowicz S., Keren, N., Kaplan, A. (2013) A newly isolated Chlorella sp. from desert sand crusts exhibits a unique resistance to excess light intensity. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 86(3):373-80.

 

Rilov, G., Treves, H. (2010) Climate change effects on marine ecological communities. In: Alvaro, I., Einav, R., Seckbach, J. Seaweeds and their role in globally changing environments. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 51-68.

 

Rilov, G., Treves, H. (2010) Climate change effects on marine ecological communities: Global perspectives and implications in Israel marine environment. Ecology & Environment, 1:57-65.