Eyal Galkin Institute of Plant Sciences and Genetics in Agriculture, Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food, and Environment, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
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Nir Sade Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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Menachem Moshelion
  • Institute of Plant Sciences and Genetics in Agriculture, Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food, and Environment, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Research focus
  • Plant science
  • 1 Author merit

Current position

Faculty member, Institute of Plant Sciences and Genetics in Agriculture, Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food, and Environment, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel


  1. Kelly, G., David-Schwartz, R., Sade, N., Moshelion, M., Levi, A., Alchanatis, V. and Granot, D. (2012). The pitfalls of transgenic selection and new roles of AtHXK1: a high level of AtHXK1 expression uncouples hexokinase1-dependent sugar signaling from exogenous sugar. Plant Physiol 159(1): 47-51.
  2. Sade, N., Gebremedhin, A. and Moshelion, M. (2012). Risk-taking plants: anisohydric behavior as a stress-resistance trait. Plant Signal Behav 7(7): 767-770.
  3. Lamdan, N. L., Attia, Z., Moran, N. and Moshelion, M. (2012). The Arabidopsis-related halophyte Thellungiella halophila: boron tolerance via boron complexation with metabolites? Plant Cell Environ 35(4): 735-746.
  4. Shatil-Cohen, A. and Moshelion, M. (2012). Smart pipes: the bundle sheath role as xylem-mesophyll barrier. Plant Signal Behav 7(9): 1088-1091.
  5. Shatil-Cohen, A., Attia, Z. and Moshelion, M. (2011). Bundle-sheath cell regulation of xylem-mesophyll water transport via aquaporins under drought stress: a target of xylem-borne ABA? Plant J 67(1): 72-80.
  6. Burko, Y., Geva, Y., Refael-Cohen, A., Shleizer-Burko, S., Shani, E., Berger, Y., Halon, E., Chuck, G., Moshelion, M. and Ori, N. (2011). From organelle to organ: ZRIZI MATE-Type transporter is an organelle transporter that enhances organ initiation. Plant Cell Physiol 52(3): 518-527.
  7. Wallach, R., Da-Costa, N., Raviv, M. and Moshelion, M. (2010). Development of synchronized, autonomous, and self-regulated oscillations in transpiration rate of a whole tomato plant under water stress. J Exp Bot 61(12): 3439-3449.
  8. Sade, N., Gebretsadik, M., Seligmann, R., Schwartz, A., Wallach, R. and Moshelion, M. (2010). The role of tobacco Aquaporin1 in improving water use efficiency, hydraulic conductivity, and yield production under salt stress. Plant Physiol 152(1): 245-254.
  9. Moshelion, M., Hachez, C., Ye, Q., Cavez, D., Bajji, M., Jung, R. and Chaumont, F. (2009). Membrane water permeability and aquaporin expression increase during growth of maize suspension cultured cells. Plant Cell Environ 32(10): 1334-1345.
  10. Maymon, I., Greenboim-Wainberg, Y., Sagiv, S., Kieber, J. J., Moshelion, M., Olszewski, N. and Weiss, D. (2009). Cytosolic activity of SPINDLY implies the existence of a DELLA-independent gibberellin-response pathway. Plant J 58(6): 979-988.
  11. Sade, N., Vinocur, B. J., Diber, A., Shatil, A., Ronen, G., Nissan, H., Wallach, R., Karchi, H. and Moshelion, M. (2009). Improving plant stress tolerance and yield production: is the tonoplast aquaporin SlTIP2;2 a key to isohydric to anisohydric conversion? New Phytol 181(3): 651-661.
  12. Ashkenazi, M., Bader, G. D., Kuchinsky, A. and Moshelion, M. (2008). Cytoscape ESP: simple search of complex biological networks. Bioinformatics 24(12): 1465-1466.
  13. Ashkenazi, M. and Moshelion, M. (2007). Shared transcriptional correlations in seed formation and in plants response to drought. BMC Bioinformatics 8(Suppl 8): P5.
  14. Volkov, V., Hachez, C., Moshelion, M., Draye, X., Chaumont, F. and Fricke, W. (2007). Water permeability differs between growing and non-growing barley leaf tissues. J Exp Bot 58(3): 377-390.
  15. Yu, L., Becker, D., Levi, H., Moshelion, M., Hedrich, R., Lotan, I., Moran, A., Pick, U., Naveh, L., Libal, Y. and Moran, N. (2006). Phosphorylation of SPICK2, an AKT2 channel homologue from Samanea motor cells. J Exp Bot 57(14): 3583-3594.
  16. Hachez, C., Moshelion, M., Zelazny, E., Cavez, D. and Chaumont, F. (2006). Localization and quantification of plasma membrane aquaporin expression in maize primary root: a clue to understanding their role as cellular plumbers. Plant Mol Biol 62(1-2): 305-323.
  17. Chaumont, F., Moshelion, M. and Daniels, M. J. (2005). Regulation of plant aquaporin activity. Biol Cell 97(10): 749-764.
  18. Moshelion, M., Moran, N. and Chaumont, F. (2004). Dynamic changes in the osmotic water permeability of protoplast plasma membrane. Plant Physiol 135(4): 2301-2317.
  19. Fetter, K., Van Wilder, V., Moshelion, M. and Chaumont, F. (2004). Interactions between plasma membrane aquaporins modulate their water channel activity. Plant Cell 16(1): 215-228.
  20. Moshelion, M., Becker, D., Biela, A., Uehlein, N., Hedrich, R., Otto, B., Levi, H., Moran, N. and Kaldenhoff, R. (2002). Plasma membrane aquaporins in the motor cells of Samanea saman: diurnal and circadian regulation. Plant Cell 14(3): 727-739.
  21. Moshelion, M., Becker, D., Czempinski, K., Mueller-Roeber, B., Attali, B., Hedrich, R. and Moran, N. (2002). Diurnal and circadian regulation of putative potassium channels in a leaf moving organ. Plant Physiol 128(2): 634-642.
  22. Yu, L., Moshelion, M. and Moran, N. (2001). Extracellular protons inhibit the activity of inward-rectifying potassium channels in the motor cells of Samanea saman pulvini. Plant Physiol 127(3): 1310-1322.
  23. Moshelion, M. and Moran, N. (2000). Potassium-efflux channels in extensor and flexor cells of the motor organ of Samanea saman are not identical. Effects of cytosolic calcium. Plant Physiol 124(2): 911-919.
1 Protocol published
Measuring Arabidopsis, Tomato and Barley Leaf Relative Water Content (RWC)
Authors:  Nir Sade, Eyal Galkin and Menachem Moshelion, date: 04/20/2015, view: 10268, Q&A: 0
Measuring leaf relative water content (RWC) is a reliable and simple way to assess the water status of a leaf without any need for special equipment. Similar to leaf water potential, leaf RWC gives a strong indication of the plant’s response to ...
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