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The Robert H. Smith Institute of
Plant Sciences and Genetics
in Agriculture
POB 12, Rehovot 76100, Israel

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Tel: 972-8-948-9251,
Fax: 972-8-948-9899,
E-mail: anatg@savion.huji.ac.il

Director: Prof. David Weiss
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E-mail: david.weiss@mail.huji.ac.il

 

Selected Publications

PUBLICATIONS

 

1. Czosnek H and Hochberg A (1975) The separation of rat liver endoplasmic reticulum membrane proteins by two dimensional polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. Mol. Biol. Rep. 2:19-25.

2. Hochberg A, Czosnek H, Shine T and De Groot N (1975) The in vitro reconstitution of a functional rough membrane active in protein  synthesis. Mol. Biol. Rep. 2:73-79.

3. Hochberg A, Ziv E and Czosnek H (1975) Peptidyl-tRNA hydrolase and RNAase activities in cell fractions of rat liver used in in vitro  reconstitution of rough membranes. Nucleic Acids Res. 2:943-950.

4. Czosnek H, De Groot N and Hochberg A (1975) The comparison of rat liver rough endoplasmic reticulum membrane proteins before and after in vitro removal of its bound polyribosomes. Mol. Biol. Rep. 2:113-118.

5. De Groot N, Czosnek H and Hochberg A (1975) The effect of some antibiotics on the protein synthetic activity of in vitro reconstituted rough membrane from rat liver. FEBS Lett. 54:126-129.

6. Hochberg A, Czosnek H, Reichler Y, Ohad I and De Groot N (1975) Structure of rough, smooth, stripped and reconstituted rough membranes  derived from rat liver as visualized by the freeze-fracture technique. Mol. Biol. Rep. 2:311-319.

7. Cwickel B, Avner R, Czosnek H, Hochberg A and De Groot N (1976) The synthesis of alpha-amylase by rough and in vitro reconstituted  rough membranes derived from rat parotid gland. Mol. Biol. Rep. 2:455-463.

8. De Groot N, Yuli I, Czosnek H, Shiklosh Y and Hochberg A (1976) Studies on the amino acid incorporating activities of native rat liver rough membrane and that reconstituted in vitro. Biochem. J. 158:23-31.

9. Czosnek H, Ascarelli A, De Groot N, Hergenhahn M and Hochberg A (1977) The effect of ethionine on the rough endoplasmic reticulum from male and female rat liver. Mol. Biol. Rep. 3:459-466.

10. Gal A, Folman R, Czosnek H, Shiklosh Y, De Groot N and Hochberg A (1977) The in vitro reconstitution of rough endoplasmic reticulum  membrane derived from human placenta. Life Sci. 21:779-788.

11. Czosnek H, Soifer D, Hochberg A and Wisniewski H (1979) Isolation and characterization of free and membrane-bound polyribosomes from rabbit spinal cord. J. Neurosc. Meth. 1:327-341.

12. Czosnek H, Soifer D and Wisniewski H (1980) Studies on the biosynthesis of neurofilaments. J. Cell Biol. 85:726-734.

13. Czosnek  H, Soifer D and Wisniewski H (1980) Heterogeneity of intermediate filament proteins from rabbit spinal cord. Neurochem. Res. 5:777-793.

14. Czosnek H and Soifer D (1980) Comparison of the proteins of 10 nm filaments from rabbit sciatic nerve ans spinal cord by two dimensional gel electrophoresis. FEBS Lett. 117:175-178.

15. Soifer D and Czosnek H (1980) Asociation of newly synthesized tubulin with brain microsomal membranes. J. Neurochem. 35:1128-1136.

16. Czosnek H, Soifer D, Gal A, Mack K, Hochberg A and Wisniewski H (1980)  Poly(A)- and Poly(A)+ RNA  associated  with brain microsomal fractions: in vivo labelling studies. J. Neurosci. Res. 5:515-530.

17. Soifer D and Czosnek H (1980) The possible origin of neuronal plasma membrane tubulin. In 'Microtubules and Microtubule Inhibitors', De Brabander M and De Mey J eds., Elsevier North-Holland, Amsterdam, pp. 429-447.

18. Soifer D, Iqbal K, Czosnek H, De Martini J, Sturman J and Wisniewski H (1981) The loss of neuron specific proteins during the course of Wallerian degeneration of the optic and the sciatic nerves. J. Neurosci. 1:461-470.

19. Czosnek H, Soifer D, Mack K and Wisniewski H (1981) Similarity of neurofilament proteins from different parts of the rabbit nervous system. Brain Res. 216:387-398.

20. Wisniewski K, Czosnek H, Wisniewski H, Soifer D, Ramos P, Kim K and Iqbal K (1982) Reduction of neuronal specific proteins and neurotransmitters  in the infantile neuroaxonal dystrophy (INAD). Neuropediatrics 13:123-129.

21. Carmon Y, Czosnek H, Nudel U, Shani M and Yaffe D (1982) DNAase I sensitivity of genes expresed during myogenesis. Nucleic Acids Res. 10:3085-3098.

22. Nudel U, Katcoff D, Zakut R, Shani M, Carmon Y, Finer M, Czosnek H, Ginsburg I and Yaffe D (1982) Isolation and characterization of rat skeletal muscle and cytoplasmic actin genes. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 79:2763-2767.

23. Czosnek H, Nudel U, Shani M, Barker PE, Pravtcheva DD, Ruddle FH and Yaffe D (1982) The genes coding for the muscle contractile proteins, myosin heavy chain, myosin light chain 2,  and skeletal muscle actin are located on three different mouse chromosomes. EMBO J. 1:1299-1305.

24. Soifer D, Czosnek H, Mack K and Wisniewski H (1982) Properties and  dynamics of neurofilament proteins. In 'Axoplasmic Transport', Weiss D ed., Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp.64-72.

25. Shani M, Zevin-Sonkin D, Carmon Y, Czosnek H, Nudel U and Yaffe D (1982) Changes in gene expression and DNAase I sensitivity associated with terminal differentiation of myogenic cultures. In 'Muscle Development', Pearson M and Epstein H eds., Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, pp. 189-200.

26. Nudel U, Zakut, Katcoff D, Carmon Y, Czosnek H, Shani M and Yaffe D (1982) Isolation and structural analysis of the genes coding for the rat skeletal muscle actin and for a cytoplasmic actin. In 'Muscle  development'  Pearson M and Epstein H eds., Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, pp. 177-188.

27. Yaffe D, Nudel U, Czosnek H, Zakut R, Carmon Y and Shani M (1982) Analysis of myogenesis using recombinant DNA techniques. In 'Stability and Switching in Cellular Differentiation', Clayton R and Truman D eds., Plenum, pp. 127-137.

28. Czosnek H, Nudel U, Mayer Y, Barker PE, Pravtcheva DD, Ruddle FH and Yaffe D (1983) The genes coding for the cardiac muscle actin, the  skeletal  muscle actin  and  the  cytoplasmic beta-actin are located on three different mouse chromosomes. EMBO J. 2:1977-1979.

29. Czosnek H, Carmon Y, Shani M, Nudel U, Barker PE, Pravtcheva DD, Ruddle FH and Yaffe D (1983) Organization of muscle specific genes  in the rodent genome. In 'Gene Expression in Normal and transformed Cells', Celis J and Bravo R eds., Plenum, pp. 71-85.

30. Mayer Y, Czosnek H, Zeelon E, Yaffe D and Nudel U (1984) Expression of the genes coding for the skeletal muscle actin and cardiac actin in the heart. Nucleic Acids Res. 12:1087-1100.

31. Czosnek H, Bienz B, Givol D, Zakut-Houri R, Pravtcheva DD, Ruddle FH and Oren M (1984) The gene and the pseudogene for the mouse P53 cellular tumor antigene are located on different chromosomes. Mol. Cell. Biol. 4:1638-1640.

32. Czosnek H, Sarid S, Barker PE, Ruddle FH and Daniel V (1984) Glutathione S-transferase Ya subunit is coded by a multigene family located on a single mouse chromosome. Nucleic Acids Res. 12:4825-4833.

33. Nudel U, Mayer Y, Zakut R, Shani M, Czosnek H, Melloul D, Aloni B and Yaffe D (1984) Structure and expression of rat actin genes. In 'Experimental Biology and Medicine: Developmental Processes in Normal and Diseased Muscle', Eppenberger H and Perriard JC eds., Karger, Basel, 9:219-227.

34. Czosnek H, Nudel U, Mayer Y, Shani M, Barker PE, Ruddle FH and Yaffe D (1984) Chromosomal assignment of mouse genes coding for muscle contractile proteins and related isoforms. In 'Experimental Biology and Medicine: Developmental Processes in Normal and Diseased Muscle', Eppenberger H and Perriard JC eds., Karger, Basel, 9:243-249.

35. Czosnek H, Barker PE, Ruddle FH and Robert B (1985) Chromosomal distribution of genes coding for fast twitch skeletal muscle myosin light chains. Somat. Cell Mol. Genet. 11:533-540.

36. Yaffe D, Nudel U, Czosnek H, Melloul D and Aloni B (1985) The chromosomal assignment of muscle-specific genes. In 'Gene Expression in Muscle', Strohman RC and Wolf S, Plenum, New York, pp.295-307.

37. Lonai P, Arman E, Czosnek H, Ruddle FH and Blat C (1987) New murine homeoboxes; structure, chromosomal assignment and differential expression in adult erythropoiesis. DNA 6:409-418.

38. Czosnek H, Ber R, Antignus Y, Cohen S, Navot N and Zamir D (1988) Isolation of tomato yellow leaf curl virus, a geminivirus. Phytopathology 78:508-512.

39. Rosenberg N, Gad A, Altman A, Navot N and Czosnek H (1988) Liposome-mediated transfection and expression of the chloramphenicol acetyl transferase (CAT) gene in tobacco protoplasts. Plant Mol. Biol. 10:185-191.

40. Czosnek H, Ber R, Navot N, Zamir D, Antignus Y and Cohen S (1988) Detection of tomato yellow leaf curl virus in lysates of plants and insects by hybridization with a viral DNA probe. Plant Disease 72:949-951.

41. Czosnek H and Navot N (1988) Virus detection in squash-blots of plants and insects: applications in diagnostics, epidemiology and breeding. In 'Biotechnology in Agriculture', Mizrahi A ed., Alan R Liss Inc., pp.83-96.

42. Czosnek H, Ber R, Antignus Y, Cohen S, Navot N and Zamir D (1988) Molecular genetics technology to isolate, characterize and diagnose crop viruses. In' Biotechnology and Agriculture in the Mediterranean Basin', Saint Remy A ed.

43. Navot N, Ber R and Czosnek H (1989) Rapid detection of tomato yellow leaf curl virus in squashes of plants and insect vectors. Phytopathology 79: 562-568.

44. Zilberstein A, Navot N, Ovadia S, Reinhartz A, Herzberg M and Czosnek H (1989) Field-usable assay for the diagnosis of the tomato yellow leaf curl virus in squashes of plants and insects by hybridization with a chromogenic DNA probe. Technique 1:118-124.

45. Czosnek H, Navot N, Ovadiah S, Reinhartz A, Herzberg M and Zilberstein (1989) A quick diagnostic test for tomato yellow leaf curl virus. In: Integrated management Practices for Tomato and Pepper Production in the Tropics. Green KS ed. pp. 260-265. Tainan, Taiwan.

46. Czosnek H, Ber R, Navot R, Antignus Y, Cohen S and Zamir D (1989) Characterization of tomato yellow leaf curl virus DNA forms in the viral capsid, in infected plants and in the insect vector. J. Phytopathology 125:47-54.

47. Czosnek H, Navot N and Laterrot H (1990) Geographical distribution of tomato yellow leaf curl virus. A first survey using a specific DNA probe. Phytopathologia Mediterranea 29:1-6

48. Yahalom E, Dovrat A, Okon Y and Czosnek H (1990) Effect of inoculation with Azospirillum brasilense strain CD and Rhizobium on the root morphology of Burr medic (Medicago polymorpha). Isr. J. Botany 40:155-164.

49. Ber R, Navot N, Zamir D, Antignus Y, Cohen S and Czosnek H (1990) Infection of tomato by the tomato yellow leaf curl virus: susceptibility to infection, symptom development and accumulation of viral DNA. Archives of Virology 112:169-180.

50. Rosenberg N, Dekel-Reichenbach M, Navot N, Gad AE, Altman A and Czosnek H (1990) Liposome-mediated introduction of DNA into plant protoplasts and calli. Acta Horticulturae 280:509-516.

51. Zakay Y, Navot N, Zeidan M, Kedar N, Rabinowitch H, Czosnek H and Zamir D (1991) Screening of Lycopersicon accessions for resistance to tomato yellow leaf curl virus: presence of viral DNA and symptom development. Plant Disease 75:279-281.

52. Navot N, Pichersky E, Zeidan M, Zamir D and Czosnek H (1991) Tomato yellow leaf curl virus: a whitefly-transmitted geminivirus with a single genomic molecule. Virology 185:151-161.

53. Zeidan M and Czosnek H (1991) Acquisition of tomato yellow leaf curl virus by the whitefly Bemisia tabaci. Journal of General Virology 72:2607-2614.

54. Navot N, Zeidan M, Pichersky E, Zamir D and Czosnek H (1992) Use of the polymerase chain reaction to amplify tomato yellow leaf curl virus DNA from infected plants and viruliferous whiteflies. Phytopathology.82:1199-1202.

55. Czosnek H, Navot N, Zamir D and Laterrot H (1992) Diagnosis of tomato yellow leaf curl virus with cloned DNA probes: a geographical assessment of the disease. In: Resistance of the tomato to TYLCV. Laterrot H. ed., INRA Press, Avignon, France. pp.40-42.

56. Zamir D, Zakay Y, Zeidan M and Czosnek H (1992) Combatting the tomato yellow leaf curl virus in Israel: the agrotechnical and the genetics approaches. In: Resistance of the tomato to TYLCV. Laterrot H. ed. Avignon, INRA Press, France. pp.9-13.

57. Alon Y, Levy H and Czosnek H (1993) New approaches in plant virus detection. AgroFood Industry High Technology 4:27-29.

58. Czosnek H, Kheyr-Pour A, Gronenborn B, Remetz E, Zeidan M, Altman A, Rabinowitch HD, Vidavsky S, Kedar N, Gafni Y and Zamir D (1993) Replication of tomato yellow leaf curl virus DNA in agroinoculated leaf discs from various tomato genotypes. Plant Molecular Biology 22:995-1005.

59. Kheyr-Pour A, Gronenborn B and Czosnek H (1994) Agroinoculation of tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) overcomes the virus resistance of wild Lycopersicon species. Plant Breeding. 112:228-233.

60. Kunik T, Salomon R,  Navot N, Zeidan M, Michelson I, Zamir D, Gafni Y and Czosnek H (1994) Transgenic tomato plants expressing the tomato yellow leaf curl virus capsid protein are resistant to the virus. BioTechnology. 12:500-504.

61. Zamir D, Michelson I, Zakay Y, Navot N, Zeidan N, Sarfatti M, Eshed Y, Harel E, Pleban T, van-Oss H, Kedar N, Rabinowitch H and Czosnek H (1994). Mapping and introgression of a tomato yellow leaf curl virus tolerance gene, Ty-1. Theoretical and  Applied Genetics 88:141-146.

62. Pelah D, Altman A and Czosnek H (1994) Tomato yellow leaf curl virus DNA in callus cultures derived from infected tomato leaves. Plant Cell and Organ Cultures. 39:37-42.

63. Michelson I, Zamir D and Czosnek H (1994) Accumulation  and translocation of tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) in a Lycopersicon esculentum breeding line containing the L. chilense TYLCV tolerance gene Ty-1. Phytopathology. 84:928-933.

64. Zeidan M. and Czosnek H (1994) Acquisition and transmission of Agrobacterium by the whitefly Bemisia tabaci. Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions 7:792-798.

65. Czosnek H, Zeidan M, Ekstein I, Zur-Kunik T, Gafni Y, Gronenborn B and Zamir D (1994) Tomato yellow leaf curl virus, a geminivirus with a single genomic component: molecular analysis of infection and new ways for tomato protection. Acta Horticulturae. 377:251-257.

66. Zchori-Fein E, Faktor O, Zeidan M, Gottlieb Y, Czosnek H and Rosen D (1995) Parthenogenesis-induced microorganisms in Aphytis (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae). Insect Molecular Biology 4:173-178.

67. Bonfil DJ, Czosnek H and Kafkafi U (1997) Changes in wheat seed storage protein fingerprint due to soil mineral content. Euphytica. 95:209-219.

68. Czosnek H and Laterrot H (1997) A worldwide survey of tomato yellow leaf curl viruses. Archives of Virology 142:1391-1406.

69. Rubinstein G and Czosnek H (1997) Long-term association of tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) with its whitefly vector Bemisia tabaci: effect on the insect transmission capacity, longevity and fecundity. J. Gen. Vir. 78:2683-2689.

70. Aron Y, Czosnek H, Gazit S and Degani C (1997) Segregation distortion and linkage map of mango isozyme loci. HortScience 32:918-920.

71. Pelah D, Altman A and Czosnek H (1997) Replication of tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) DNA in protoplasts from tomato genotypes sensitive, tolerant and resistant to TYLCV. Plant Tissue Culture and Biotechnology 3:97-106.

72. Michelson I, Zeidan M, Zamski E, Zamir D and Czosnek H (1997) Localization of tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) in susceptible and tolerant nearly isogenic tomato lines. Acta Horticulturae 447:407-414.

73. Kunik T, Gafni Y, Czosnek H and Citovsky V (1997) Transgenic tomato plants expressing TYLCV capsid protein are resistant to the virus: the role of nuclear localization signal (NLS) in the resistance. Acta Horticulturae 447:387-391.

74. Kunik T, Palanichelvam K, Czosnek H, Citovsky V and Gafni Y (1998) Nuclear Import of a geminivirus capsid protein in plant and Insect Cells: Implications for the Viral Nuclear Entry. Plant Journal 13:121-129.

75. Ghanim M., Morin S, Zeidan M and Czosnek H (1998) Evidence for transovarial transmission of tomato yellow leaf curl virus by its vector the whitefly Bemisia tabaci. Virology 240:295-303.

76. Atzmon G, van Hoss H and Czosnek H (1998) PCR-amplification of tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) from squashes of plants and insect vectors: application to the study of TYLCV acquisition and transmission. European Journal of Plant Pathology 104:189-194.

77. Vidavsky F, Leviatov S, Milo J, Rabinowitch HD, Kedar N and Czosnek H (1998) Behavior of tolerant tomato breeding lines (Lycopersicon esculentum) originated from three different sources (L. peruvianum, L. pimpinellifolium and L. chilense) upon early controlled inoculation by tomato yellow leaf curl virus. Plant Breeding. 117: 165-169.

78. Vidavsky F and Czosnek H (1998) Tomato breeding lines immune and tolerant to tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) issued from Lycopersicum hirsutum. Phytopathology 88:910-914.

79. Aron Y, Czosnek H and Gazit S (1998) Polyembryony in mango (Mangifera indica L.) is under the control of a single dominant gene. HortScience 32:918-920.

80. Zeidan, M., Green, S. K., Maxwell, D. P., Nakla, M. K., and Czosnek, H. (1998). Molecular analysis of whitefly-transmitted tomato geminiviruses from Southeast and  East Asia. Tropical Agricultural Research and Extension 1:107-115.

81. Czosnek H. (1999) Tomato yellow leaf curl virus – Israel. Association of Applied Biologists Description of Plant Viruses. (URL: http://www.dpvweb.net/dpv/showdpv.php? dpvno=368).

82. Morin S, Ghanim M, Zeidan M, Czosnek H, Verbeek M and van den Heuvel JFJM (1999) A GroEL homologue from endosymbiotic bacteria of the whitefly Bemisia tabaci is implicated in the circulative transmission of Tomato yellow leaf curl virus. Virology 256:75-84.

83. Rubinstein G, Morin S and Czosnek H (1999) Long-term effect of imidacloprid on mortality of the whitefly Bemisia tabaci caged with treated eggplant and tomato, and on transmission of tomato yellow leaf curl geminivirus (TYLCV) to tomato. Journal of Economical Entomology 92:658-662.

84. Akad F, Teverovsky E, David A, Czosnek H, Gidoni D, Gera A and Loebenstein G (1999) A cDNA from tobacco codes for an inhibitor of virus replication (IVR)-like protein. Plant Mol. Biol. 40:969-976.

85. Kunik, T., Palanichelvam, K., Mizrachy, L., Czosnek, H., Citovsky, V. and Gafni, Y. (1999). Nuclear import of the capsid protein of tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) in plant cells. In: Plant Biotechnology and In Vitro Biology in the 21st Century, 411-415. A. Altman et al., (eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands

86. Ghanim M, and Czosnek H (2000) Tomato yellow leaf curl geminivirus (TYLCV-Is) is transmitted among whiteflies (Bemisia tabaci) in a sex-related manner. Journal of Virology 74: 4738-4745.

87. Muniyappa V, Venkatesh HM, Ramappa HK, Kulkarni RS, Zeidan M, Tarba C-Y, Ghanim M and Czosnek H (2000)Tomato leaf curl virus from Bangalore (ToLCV-Ban4): sequence comparison with Indian ToLCV isolates, detection in plants and insects, and vector relationships. Archives of Virology 145:1583-1598.

88. Morin S, Ghanim M, Sobol I, and Czosnek H (2000) The GroEL protein of the whitefly Bemisia tabaci interacts with the coat protein of transmissible and non-transmissible begomoviruses in the yeast two-hybrid system. Virology 276:404-416.

89. Ghanim M, Morin S and Czosnek H (2001) Rate of Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus (TYLCV) translocation in the circulative transmission pathway of its vector, the whitefly Bemisia tabaci. Phytopathology 91:188-196.

90. Ghanim M, Rosell RC, Campbell LR, Czosnek H, Brown JK and Ullman DE (2001) Digestive, Salivary and Reproductive Organs of Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) Biotype B. J. Morphology. 248:22-40.

91. Czosnek H., Morin S, Rubinstein G, Fridman V, Zeidan M and Ghanim M. (2001) Tomato yellow leaf curl virus, a sexually transmitted disease of whiteflies. Pp. 1-27. In “Virus-Vector-Plant Interactions”, Harris KF, Smith OP, and Duffus JE Eds., Academic Press. 376 pages.

92. Czosnek H., Ghanim M., Rubinstein G, Morin S, Fridman V and Zeidan M (2001) Whiteflies: vectors – or victims ? – of geminiviruses. In” Advances in Virus research”, Maramorosch K Ed., Academic Press. Vol 57, pp. 291-322.

93. Goldman V and Czosnek H (2002) Whiteflies (Bemisia tabaci) issued from eggs bombarded with infectious DNA clones of Tomato yellow leaf curl virus from Israel (TYLCV) are able to infect tomato plants. Archives of Virology 147:787-801

94. Brown JK and Czosnek H (2002) Whitefly Transmission of Plant Viruses. In: Advances in Botanical Research. Plant Virus Vector Interactions. Plumb RT Ed. Vol. 36. pp. 65-100. Academic Press.

95. Czosnek H, Ghanim M and Ghanim M (2002) Circulative pathway of begomoviruses in the whitefly vector Bemisia tabaci - insights from studies with Tomato yellow leaf curl virus. Annals of Applied Biology. 140:215-231.

96. Czosnek H (2002) Tomato yellow leaf curl virus. CABI Crop Protection Compendium. 2002 Edition.

97. Czosnek H (2002) Tomato yellow leaf curl virus – Israel. Association of Applied Biologists (AAB) Description of Plant viruses DPV 368. http:// www.dpvweb.net/dpv/showdpv.php?dpvno=368

98. Maruthi MN, Czosnek H, Vidavski F, Tarba S-Y, Milo J, Leviatov S, Venkatesh HM, Padmaja AS, Kulkarni RS and Muniyappa V. (2003) Comparison of resistance to Tomato leaf curl virus (India) and Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (Israel) among Lycopersicon wild species, breeding lines and hybrids. European Journal of Plant Pathology 109:1-11.

99. Levy A and Czosnek H (2003). The DNA-B of the non-phloem limited Bean dwarf mosaic virus (BDMV) is able to move the phloem-limited Abutilon mosaic virus (AbMV) out of the phloem, but DNA-B of AbMV is unable to confine BDMV to the phloem. Plant Molecular Biology 53:789-803.

100. Hadidi A, Czosnek H and Barba M. (2004). DNA microarrays and their potential applications for the detection of plant viruses, viroids, and phytoplasmas. Journal of Plant Pathology 86:97-104.

101. Akad F, Dotan N. and Czosnek H (2004). Trapping of Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) and other plant viruses with a GroEL homologue from the whitefly Bemisia tabaci. Archives of Virology. 149:1481-1497.

102. Brown JK, Lambert GM, Ghanim M, Czosnek H and Galbraith DW (2005). Nuclear DNA Content of the Whitefly Bemisia tabaci (Genn.) (Aleyrodidae: Homoptera/Hemiptera) Estimated by Flow Cytometry. Bulletin of Entomological Research. 95:309-312.

103. Akad, A., Teverovsky, E., Gidoni, D., Elad, Y., Kirshner, B., Rav-David, D., Czosnek, H., and Loebenstein, G. (2005). Resistance To Tobacco Mosaic Virus And Botrytis Cinerea In Tobacco Transformed With cDNA Encoding An Inhibitor Of Viral Replication (IVR)-Like Protein. Annals of Applied biology 147:89-100.

104. Mejía, L., R.E. Teni, F. Vidavski, H. Czosnek, M. Lapidot, M. K. Nakhla and D. P. Maxwell (2005). Evaluation of tomato germplasm and selection of breeding lines for resistance to begomoviruses in Guatemala. Acta Horticulturae 695:251-256.

105. Habib, S., Galiakparov, N., Goszczynski, D.E., Batoman, O., Czosnek, H. and Mawassi, M. (2006). Engineering the genome of Grapevine Virus A into a Vector for Expression of Proteins in Herbaceous Plants. Journal of Virological Methods. 132:227-231.

106. Levy A and Czosnek H (2006) Replacing the AC2/AC3 genes of Abutilon mosaic virus (AbMV) with those of Bean dwarf mosaic virus (BDMV) greatly enhances AbMV accumulation, movement and symptom severity in bean. Journal of Plant Pathology 88:37-50.

107. Leshkowitz  D, Gazit S, Reuveni E, Ghanim M, Czosnek H, McKenzie C, Shatters RG Jr., and Brown JK (2006). Whitefly (Bemisia tabaci) genome project: analysis of sequenced clones from egg, instar, and adult (viruliferous and non-viruliferous) cDNA libraries. BMC Genomics 7:79. 

108. Bar-Or C, Bar-Eyal M, Gal T, Kapulnik Y, Czosnek H and Koltai H (2006) Derivation of species-specific hybridization-like knowledge out of cross-species hybridization results. BMC Genomics 7:110.

109. Bar-Or C, Bar-Akiva A, Kapulnik Y, Czosnek H, Oren-Shamir M and Koltai H (2006). Cross-species hybridizations to spotted microarrays as a tool for functional genomics of horticultural plants. Acta Horticulturae 763:25-30.

110. Bar-Or C, Czosnek H and Koltai H (2007). Cross-species microarray hybridizations: a developing tool for studying diversity. Trends in Genetics 23:200-207.

111. Czosnek H. (2007). Ethics in agriculture. In: Research Ethics, Landau RL and Shefter G Eds, Magnes, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (in Hebrew). Pp 279-289.

112. Akad F, Eybishtz A, Edelbaum D, Gorovits R, Dar-Issa O, Iraki N and Czosnek H (2007) Making a friend from a foe: Expressing a GroEL gene from the whitefly Bemisia tabaci in the phloem of tomato plants confers resistance to Tomato yellow leaf curl virus. Archives of Virology. 152:1323-1339.

113. Czosnek H., Editor (2007) Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus Disease: Management, molecular biology, breeding for resistance. 420 pp. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

114. Gorovits R and Czosnek H (2007) Biotic and abiotic stress responses in breeding tomato lines resistant and susceptible to Tomato yellow leaf curl virus. In: The Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus Disease: Management, Molecular Biology, Breeding for Resistance. Czosnek H. (Ed). Pp 223-237. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

115. Maxwell DP and Czosnek H (2007) International networks to deal with tomato yellow leaf curl virus disease: the middle east regional cooperation program. In: The Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus Disease: Management, Molecular Biology, Breeding for Resistance. H. Czosnek Ed. Pp 409-415. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

116. Czosnek H. (2007) Interactions of Tomato yellow leaf curl virus with its insect vector. In: The Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus Disease: Management, Molecular Biology,  Breeding for Resistance. H. Czosnek Ed. Pp 157-170. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

117. Ghanim M, Kontsedalov S and Czosnek H  (2007) Tissue-specific gene silencing by RNA interference in the whitefly Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius). Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 37:732-738.

118. Wei S, Semel Y, Bravdo B-A, Czosnek H and Shoseyov (2007) Expression and subcellular compartmentation of Aspergillus niger ß-glucosides in transgenic tobacco increase insecticidal activity on whiteflies (Bemisia tabaci), and modulate plant growth, density of leaf secretory glandular trichomes and metabolic profiles. Plant Science 172:1175-1181.

119. El Mehrach K, Sedegui M, Hatimi H, Tahrouch S, Arifi A, Czosnek H, Nakhla MK and Maxwell DP (2007) Molecular characterization of a Moroccan isolate of Tomato yellow leaf curl Sardinia virus and differentiation of the Tomato yellow leaf curl virus complex by the polymerase chain reaction. Phytopathologia Mediterranea. 46:185-194.

120. Bar-Or C, Novikov E, Reiner A, Czosnek H and Koltai H. (2007). Utilizing microarray spot characteristics to improve cross-species hybridization results. Genomics. 90:636-645.

121. Gorovits R, Akad F, Beery H, Vidavsky F, Mahadav A and Czosnek H (2007) Expression of stress-response proteins upon whitefly-mediated inoculation of Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) in susceptible and resistant tomato plants. Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions 20:1376-1383.

122. Ghanim M, Sobol I, Ghanim M and Czosnek H (2007). Horizontal transmission of begomoviruses between Bemisia tabaci biotypes . Arthropod-Plant Interactions. 1:195-204.

123. Peretz Y., Mozes-Koch R., Akad F., Tanne E., Czosnek H and Sela I. (2007). A universal expression/silencing vector in plants. Plant Physiology. 145:1251-1263.

124. Pasquini G., Barba M., Hadidi A., Faggioli F., Negri R., Sobol I.,  Tiberini A., Caglyan K., Mazyad H., Anfoka G. Ghanim M., Zeidan M and Czosnek H. (2008). Microarray-based detection and genotyping of Plum pox virus. Journal of Virological Methods 147:118-126.

125. Moskovitz Y, Goszczynski DE, Bir L, Fingstein A, Czosnek H and Mawassi M (2008) Sequencing and assembly of a full-length infectious clone of grapevine virus B and its infectivity on herbaceous plants. Archives of Virology 153: 323–328.

126. Gorovits H. and Czosnek H. (2008) Expression of stress-response proteins upon abiotic stress in tomato lines susceptible and resistant to Tomato yellow leaf curl virus. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 46:482-492.

127. Anfoka G, Abhary M, Haj Ahmad F, Hussein AF, Rezk A, Akad F, Abou-Jawdah Y, Lapidot M, Vidavski F, Nakhla MK, Sobh H, Atamian H, Cohen L, Sobol, I, Mazyad H, Maxwell DP and Czosnek H (2008) Survey of tomato yellow leaf curl disease –associated viruses in the eastern mediterranean basin. Journal of Plant Pathology. 90:311-320.

128. Czosnek H. (2008). Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (geminiviridae). In: Encyclopedia of Virology. Third Edition. Mahy BWJ and Van Regenmortel M, Editors. Oxford, Elsevier. Vol. 5:138-145.

129. Mahadav A, Gerling D, Gottlieb Y, Czosnek H and Ghanim M (2008) Gene expression in the whitefly Bemisia tabaci pupae in response to parasitization by the wasp Eretmocerus mundus. BMC Genomics 9:342.

130. Vidavski F, Czosnek H, Gazit S, Levy D and Lapidot M (2008) Pyramiding of genes conferring resistance to Tomato yellow leaf curl virus from different wild tomato species. Plant Breeding 127:625-631.

131. Czosnek H. (2009). Acquisition, circulation and transmission of begomoviruses by their whitefly vectors. In: Viruses in the Environment, Editors: Palombo EA and Kirkwood CD. Research Signpost, Trivandrum, Kerala, India. Pp 29-44.

132. Edelbaum D, Gorovits R, Sasaki S, Ikegami M and Czosnek H (2009) Expressing a whitefly GroEL protein in Nicotiana benthamiana plants confers tolerance to Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) and Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV), but not to Grapevine virus A (GVA) and Tobacco mosaic virus (TMV). Archives of Virology 154:399-407.

133. Eybishtz A, Peretz Y, Sade D, Akad F and Czosnek H (2009) Silencing of a single gene in tomato plants resistant to Tomato yellow leaf curl virus renders them susceptible to the virus. Plant Molecular Biology 71:157-171.

134. Mahadav A, Kontsedalov S, Czosnek H and Ghanim M (2009) Thermotolerance and gene expression following heat stress in the whitefly Bemisia tabaci B and Q biotypes. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 39:668-676.

135. Eybishtz A, Peretz Y, Sade D, Gorovits R and Czosnek H (2010) Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) infection of a resistant tomato line with a silenced sucrose transporter gene LeHT1 results in inhibition of growth, enhanced virus spread and necrosis. Planta 231:537- 548.

136. Loebenstein G, Rav David D, Leibman D, Gal-On A, Vunsh R, Czosnek H and Elad Y (2010) Tomato plants transformed with the inhibitor-of-virus-replication (IVR) gene are partially resistant to Botrytis cinerea. Phytopathology 100:225-229.

137. Rosell RC, Blackmer JL, Czosnek H and Inbar M (2010) Mutualistic and dependent Relationships with other Organisms. In: Bemisia, Bionomics and Management of a Global Pest, Stansly PA and Natanjo SE (Editors), Springer. Pp. 161-183.

138. Czosnek H and Brown J (2010) The whitefly genome - white paper. Proposal to Sequence Multiple Genomes of Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius). In: Bemisia, Bionomics and Management of a Global Pest, Stansly PA and Natanjo SE (Editors), Springer. Pp.503-532.

139. Díaz-Pendón JA, Cañizares MC, Moriones E, Bejarano ER, Czosnek H and Navas-Castillo J (2010) Tomato yellow leaf curl viruses: ménage à trois between the virus complex, the plant, and the whitefly vector. Molecular Plant Pathology 11:441-450.

140. Gottlieb Y, Zchori-Fein E, Mozes-Daube N, Kontsedalov S, Skaljac M, Brumin N, Sobol I, Czosnek H, Vavre F, Fleury F and Ghanim M (2010) The transmission efficiency of Tomato yellow leaf curl virus is correlated with the presence of a specific symbiotic bacterium species. Journal of Virology 84:9310-9317.

141. Aboul-Ata A-AE, Anfoka G, Zeidan M and Czosnek H (2010) Diagnosis of cereal viruses in the Middle East. International Journal of Virology 6:126-137.

142. Pasquini G, Faggioli F, Luigi M, Gentili A, Hadidi A, Canini I, Gabriele L, Czosnek H, Tiberini A, Caglayan K, Mazyad H, Anfoka K and Barba M (2010) Validation of a microarray protocol for detection and genotyping isolates of Plum pox virus. Julius-Kuhn-Archiv 427: 56-60.

143. Czosnek H (2010) Management of Tomato yellow leaf curl disease; a case study for emerging geminiviral diseases. In: Emerging Geminiviral Diseases and their Management. Eds: Sharma P, Gaur RK and Ikegami M.  Nova Science Publishers Inc. pp. 37-57.

144. Czosnek H, Sade D, Gorovits R, Vidavski F, Beeri H, Sobol I and Eybishtz E (2011) A RNAi-based genome-wide screen to discover genes involved in resistance to Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) in tomato. In: RNAi Technology. Eds: Gaur RK, Gafni Y, Sharma P, Gupta VK. Nova Science Publishers Inc. pp. 155-176.

145. Czosnek H and Ghanim M (2011) Bemisia tabaci - Tomato yellow leaf curl virus interaction causing world wide epidemics. In: The Whitefly, Bemisia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) interaction with geminivirus-infected host plants - Bemisia tabaci, host plants and geminiviruses. Thompson WMO Ed. Springer. Pp. 51-67.

146. Czosnek H (2011) Ethics in Agriculture. In: Research Ethics, Landau R and Shefler G Eds, The Hebrew University Magnes Press, Jerusalem. Pp.334-360.

147. Scholthof K-BG, Adkins S, Czosnek H, Palukaitis P, Jacquot E, Hohn T, Hohn B, Saunders K, Candresse T, Ahlquist P, Hemenway C and Foster GD (2011) Top 10 plant viruses in molecular plant pathology. Molecular Plant Pathology 12:938-954.

148. Aboul-Ata AE, Mazyad H, El-Attar AK, Soliman AM, Anfoka G, Zeidan M, Gorovits R, Sobol I and Czosnek H (2011) Diagnosis and control of cereal viruses in the Middle East. Advances in Virus Research 81:33-61.

149. Kontsedalov S, Abu-Moch F, Lebedev G, Czosnek H, Horowitz AR and Ghanim M (2012) Bemisia tabaci biotype dynamics and resistance to insecticides in Israel during the years 2008-2010. Journal of Integrative Agriculture 11:312-320.

150. Czosnek H and Ghanim M (2012) Back to basics: are begomoviruses whitefly pathogens? Journal of Integrative Agriculture 11:225-234.

151. Moshe A, Pfannstiel J, Brotman Y, Kolot M, Sobol I, Czosnek H and Gorovits R (2012) Stress responses to Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) infection of resistant and susceptible tomato plants are different. Metabolomics S1:006. doi:10.4172/2153-0769.S1-006.

152. Sade D, Eybishtz A, Gorovits R, Sobol I and Czosnek H (2012) A developmentally regulated lipocalin-like gene is overexpressed in Tomato yellow leaf curl virus-resistant tomato plants upon virus inoculation, and its silencing abolishes resistance. Plant Molecular Biology. 80:273-287.

153. Götz M, Popovski S, Kollenberg M, Gorovitz R, Brown JK, Cicero J, Czosnek H, Winter S and Ghanim M (2012) Implication of Bemisia tabaci heat shock protein 70 in begomovirus - whitefly interactions. Journal of Virology 86:13241-13252.

154. Czosnek H (2012) Tomato yellow leaf curl virus. CABI 2012. International Crop Protection Compendium Invasion Species Compendium. CABI. Wallingford, UK. http://www.cabi.org/isc/?compid=5&dsid=55402&loadmodule=datasheet&page=4...

155. Esterhuizen LL, Mabasa KG, van Heerden SW, Czosnek H, Brown JK, van Heerden H and Rey MEC (2013) Genetic identification of members of the Bemisia tabaci cryptic species complex from South Africa reveals native and introduced haplotypes. Journal of Applied Entomology 137:122-136.

156. Gorovits R, Moshe A, Kolot M, Sobol I and Czosnek H (2013) Progressive aggregation of Tomato yellow leaf curl virus coat protein in systemically infected tomato plants, susceptible and resistant to the virus. Virus Research. 171:33-43.

157. Czosnek H, Eybishtz A, Sade D, Gorovits R, Sobol I, Bejarano E, Rosas-Díaz T and Lozano-Durán R (2013) Discovering host genes involved in the infection by the Tomato yellow leaf curl virus complex and in the establishment of resistance to the virus using Tobacco rattle virus-based post transcriptional gene silencing. Viruses 5:998-1022.

158. Sade D, Brotman Y, Eybishtz A, Cuadros-Inostroza A, Fernie AR, Willmitzer L and Czosnek H (2013) Involvement of the hexose transporter gene LeHT1 and of sugars in resistance of tomato to Tomato yellow leaf curl virus. Molecular Plant 5:1707-1710.

159. Gorovits R and Czosnek H (2013) Insect symbiotic bacterial GroEL (Chaperonin 60) and plant virus transmission. B. Henderson (ed.), Moonlighting Cell Stress Proteins in Microbial Infections, Heat Shock Proteins 7, DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-6787-4_11. pp. 173-187.

160. Luan J-B, Ghanim M, Liu S-S and Czosnek H (2013) Silencing the ecdysone (synthesis  and  signaling) pathway genes disrupts nymphal development in the whitefly. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 43:740-746.

161. Gorovits R, Moshe A, Ghanim M and Czosnek H (2013) Recruitment of the host plant heat shock protein 70 by Tomato yellow leaf curl virus coat protein is required for virus infection. PLoS ONE. 8(7): e70280.

162. Kliot A, Kontsedalov S, Lebedev G, Brumin M, Cathrin PB, Marubayashi JM, Skaljac M, Belausov E, Czosnek H, Ghanim M (2014). Fluorescence in situ hybridizations (FISH) for the localization of viruses and endosymbiotic bacteria in plant and insect tissues. Journal of Visualized Experiments. 84:e51030, doi:10.3791/51030 Video: http://www.jove.com/video/51030/fluorescence-situ-hybridizations-fish-fo...

163. Barba M, Czosnek H and Hadidi A (2014) Historical perspective, development and applications of next-generation sequencing in plant virology. Viruses 6:106-136.

164. Gorovits R, Moshe A, Ghanim M and Czosnek H (2014). Degradation mechanisms of the Tomato yellow leaf curl virus coat protein following inoculation of tomato plants by the whitefly Bemisia tabaci. Pest Management Science 70:1632-1639.

165. Kliot A, Cilia M, Czosnek H and Ghanim M (2014) Implication of the bacterial endosymbiont Rickettsia spp. in the whitefly Bemisia tabaci interactions with Tomato yellow leaf curl virus. Journal of Virology 88:5652-5660.

166. Anfoka G, Haj Ahmad F, Altaleb M, Abadi M, Abubaker S, Levy D, Rosner A and Czosnek H (2014) First report of recombinant Potato virus Y strains infecting potato in Jordan. Plant Disease 98:1017 (disease note).

167. Sade D, Sade N, Shriki O, Lerner S, Gebremedhim A, Karavani A, Brotman Y,  Osorio S, Fernie AR, Willmitzer L, Czosnek H and Moshelion M (2014). Water balance, hormone homeostasis and sugar signaling are all involved in tomato resistance to Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV). Plant Physiology 165:1684-1697.

168. Sade D, Shriki O, Cuadros-Inostroza A, Tohge T, Semel Y, Haviv Y, Willmitzer L, Fernie AR, Czosnek H and Brotman Y (2015). Comparative metabolomics and transcriptomics of plant response to Tomato yellow leaf curl virus infection in resistant and susceptible tomato cultivars. Metabolomics. 11:81-97.

169. Moshe A, Belausov E, Niehl A, Heinlein M, Czosnek H and Gorovits R (2015) The Tomato yellow leaf curl virus V2 protein forms aggregates depending on the cytoskeleton integrity and binds viral genomic DNA. Scientific Reports. 5;5:9967 DOI: 10.1038/srep09967.

170. Pakkianathan BC, Kontsedalov S, Lebedev G, Mahadav A, Zeidan M, Czosnek H and Ghanim M (2015) Replication of Tomato yellow leaf curl in its whitefly vector Bemisia tabaci. J. Virology 89:9791-9803.

171. Gorovits R, Fridman L, Kolot M, Rotem O, Ghanim M, Shriki O and Czosnek H (2015) Tomato yellow leaf curl virus confronts host degradation by sheltering in small/midsized protein aggregates. Virus Research 213:304-313.

172. Moshe A, Gorovits R, Liu Y and Czosnek H (2016) Tomato plant cell death induced by inhibition of HSP90 is alleviated by Tomato yellow leaf curl virus infection. Molecular Plant Pathology 17:247-260.

173. Anfoka G, Moshe A, Fridman L, Amrani L, Rotem O, Kolot M, Zeidan M, Czosnek H and Gorovits R (2016) Tomato yellow leaf curl virus infection mitigates the heat stress response of plants grown at high temperatures. Scientific Reports. 6: 19715.

174. Czosnek H and Ghanim M (2016) Editors: Management of Insect Pests to Agriculture. Lessons Learned from Deciphering their Genome, Transcriptome and Proteome. Springer.

175. Ghanim M and Czosnek H (2016) Interactions Between the Whitefly Bemisia tabaci and Begomoviruses: Biological and Genomic Perspectives. Pp 179-198. In Czosnek H  and Ghanim M Editors: Management of Insect Pests to Agriculture. Lessons Learned from Deciphering their Genome, Transcriptome and Proteome. Springer.

176. Hariton-Shalev A, Sobol I, Ghanim M, Liu S-S and Czosnek H (2016) The whitefly Bemisia tabaci knottin-1 is implicated in regulating the quantity of Tomato yellow leaf curl virus ingested and transmitted. Viruses 8:205.

177. Gorovits R, liu Y and Czosnek H (2016) The involvement of HSP70 and HSP90 in Tomato yellow leaf curl virus infection in tomato plants and insect vectors. In Asea A and Kaur P, Editors, Heat Shock Proteins and Plants, Springer. Pp. 189-207.

178. Pan L-L, Chen Q-F, Zhao J-J, Guo T, Wang X-W, Hariton-Shalev A, Czosnek H and Liu S-S (2017) Clathrin-mediated endocytosis is involved in Tomato yellow leaf curl virus transport across the midgut barrier of its whitefly vector. Virology 502:152-159.

179. Czosnek H, Koren A and Vidavski F (2017) Insect-transmitted viral diseases infecting tomato crops. In: Achieving sustainable tomato cultivation, Mattoo A and Handa AK Editors Chapter 35. Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing.

180. Gorovits R, Moshe A, Amrani L, Kleinberger R, Anfoka G and Czosnek H (2017) The six Tomato yellow leaf curl virus genes expressed individually in tomato induce different levels of plant stress response attenuation. Cell Stress and Chaperones 22:345-355.

181. Gorovits R and Czosnek H (2017) The involvement of heat shock proteins in the establishment of Tomato yellow leaf curl virus infection. Frontiers in Plant Science 8:355.

182. Czosnek H, Hariton-Shalev A, Sobol I, Gorovits R and Ghanim M (2017) The incredible journey of Begomoviruses in their whitefly vector. Viruses 9:273.

183. Dahan-Meir T, Filler-Hayut S, Melamed-Bessudo C, Bocobza S, Czosnek H, Aharoni A and Levy A (2018) Efficient in planta gene targeting in tomato using geminiviral replicons and the CRISPR/Cas9 system. Plant Journal 95:5-16.

184. Kliot A, Kontsedalov S, Lebedev G, Czosnek H and Ghanim M (2019) Combined infection with Tomato yellow leaf curl virus and Rickettsia influences fecundity, attraction to infected plants and expression of immunity-related genes in the whitefly Bemisia tabaci. Journal of General Virology 100:721-731.

185. Bar L, Czosnek H, Sobol I, Ghanim M and Hariton Shalev A (2019) Downregulation of dystrophin expression in pupae of the whitefly Bemisia tabaci inhibits the emergence of adults. Insect Molecular Biology 28:662-675.

186. Gorovits R, Sobol I, Altaleb M, Czosnek H and Anfoka G (2019) Taking advantage of a pathogen: understanding how a virus alleviates plant stress response. Phytopathology Research 1:20.

187. Ghosh S, Kanakala S, Lebedev G, Kontsedalov S, Silverman D, Alon T, Mor N, Sela N, Luria N, Dombrovsky A, Mawassi M, Haviv S, Czosnek H and Ghanim M (2019). Transmission of a new polerovirus infecting pepper transmitted by the whitefly Bemisia tabaci. Journal of Virology 93:e00488-19.

188. Elmehrach K, Maxwell DP, Czosnek H, Tahrouch S, Sedegui M and Hatimi A (2019) Identification of wild-species introgressions in the Mi-1 region of tomato breeding lines by using a simple PCR-based method. Agriculture and Natural Resources 53:306-313.

189. Gorovits R, Akama K, Chefetz B and Czosnek H (2020) Pharmaceuticals in treated wastewater induce a stress response in tomato plants. Scientific Reports 10:1856.

190. Czosnek H. (2020) Tomato yellow leaf curl viruses (Geminiviridae). Encyclopedia of Virology. Fourth Edition. In press.

191. Sade D, Sade N, Brotman Y and Czosnek H (2020)Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV)-resistant tomatoes share molecular mechanisms sustaining resistance with their wild genitor Solanum habrochaites but not with TYLCV-susceptible tomatoes. Plant Science. In press.

See also: Hanokh_Czosnek