Eliezer E. Goldschmidt

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Eliezer E. Goldschmidt
Born 1938
Jerusalem
Residence Rehovot
Nationality Israel
Citizenship Israel
Known for Research on Etrog citron and more
Scientific career
Fields Horticulture
Institutions Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Eliezer E. Goldschmidt (Born 1938, Jerusalem) is an emeritus professor of agriculture at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is a Ph.D. since 1968, and a professor since 1982.

Contributions

He is mostly known for his many research projects on the citron genetics,[1] shape variability of citrons,[2] and all which is relevant for the citron cultivation for etrog ritual. He developed an auxin which is very instrumental in preserving the style and stigma of the citron, which adds beauty and halachic promotion to an etrog.

He has many credits on different citrus species, and general agriculture as well.

He mastered a book named The Biology of Citrus together with Pinhas Spiegel-Roy,[3] and a lengtful article A History of Grafting together with some other scientists in the United States.[4]

He is one of the retirees from the Hebrew University faculty, working on a project to lengthen the shelf live of produce, and to heighten the produce of wheat.[5]

Publications (partial list)

1. Gat, Z, Erner Y and Goldschmidt EE. 1997. The effect of temperature on the Citrus crop. World Meteorological Organization. Technical note No. 198, 27 pp.

2. Goldschmidt, EE. 1997. Basic and practical aspects of citrus trees’ carbohydrate economy. In: S.H. Futch and W.J. Kender (eds.) Citrus Flowering and Fruiting Short Course. Citrus Research and Education Center, Lake Alfred, IFAS, Univ. of Florida. pp. 63–72.

3. Goldschmidt, EE. 1997. Effect of climate on fruit development and maturation. In: S.H. Futch and W.J. Kender (eds.) Citrus Flowering and Fruiting Short Course. Citrus Research and Education Center, Lake Alfred, IFAS, Univ. of Florida. pp. 93–97.

4. Jacob-Wilk, D, Goldschmidt EE, Riov J, Sadka A and Holland D. 1997. Induction of a Citrus gene highly homologous to plant and yeast. Thi: genes involved in thiamine biosynthesis during natural and ethylene-induced fruit maturation. Plant Mol. Biol. 35:661-666.

5. Goldschmidt, EE, Tamim M and Goren R. 1997. Gibberellins and flowering in citrus and other fruit trees: A critical analysis. Acta. Hort. 463:201-208.

6. Goldschmidt, EE. 1997. Ripening of citrus and other non-climacteric fruits: A role for ethylene. Acta Hort. 463:335-340.

A Grapefruit.

7. Bustan, A and Goldschmidt EE. 1998. Estimating the cost of flowering in a grapefruit tree. Plant Cell Environ. 21:217-224.

8. Lavon, R, Goldschmidt, EE. 1999. Enzymatic methods for detection of mineral element deficiencies in citrus leaves. J. Plant Nutrition 22:139-150.

9. Lavon, R, Salomon, R and Goldschmidt, EE. 1999. Effect of potassium, magnesium and calcium deficiencies on nitrogen constituents and chloroplast components in Citrus leaves. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 124:158-162.

10. Akhtar, MS, Goldschmidt, EE, John, I. Rodoni Ph, S. Matile and Grierson D. 1999. Altered patterns of senescence and ripening in g¶, a stay-green mutant of tomato (Lcopersicon esculentum Mill). J. Exptl. Bot. 50:1115-1122.

11. Goldschmidt, EE. 1999. Carbohydrate supply as a critical factor for citrus fruit development and productivity. HortScience 34:1020-1024 (a Colloquium article).

12. Bustan, A, Goldschmidt, EE. 1999. Examination of ‘Hierarchical’ and ‘Proportional’ dry mater partitioning models and potted citrus trees. Acta Horticulturae 499:81-90.

13. Bustan, A, Goldschmidt, EE and Erner, Y. 1999. Progress in the development of ‘CITROS’ – a dynamic model of citrus productivity. Acta Horticulturae 488:69-80.

14. Jacob-Wilk, D, Holland, D, Goldschmidt, EE, Riov, J and Eyal, Y. 1999. Chlorophyll breakdown by chlorophyllase: isolation and functional expression of the Chlase1 gene from ethylene-treated Citrus fruit and its regulation during development. The Plant Journal 20:653-661.

15. Goldschmdit, EE and Maoz, A. 1999. Plant genetic engineering: Scientific background and Jewish, halachic and ethical aspects. Assia 17:50-65. (Hebrew).

16. Katz, E, Weiss, D, Riov, J and Goldschmidt, EE. 2000. Ethylene biosynthesis and ACC synthase gene expression in citrus fruit. Acta Hort. 535:93-98.

18. Tamim, M Goldschmidt, EE, Goren, R and Shachnai, A. 2001. Potassium reduces the incidence of superficial rind pitting (nuxan) on ‘Shamouti’ orange. Acta Hort. 553:303-305.

19. Harpaz, S, Goldschmidt, EE, Gizis, A, Vaya, Y and Ben-Arie, R. 2001. Post harvest treatments of lychee fruit as revealed in fruit surface morphology and enzyme activity. Acta Hort. 553:313-316.

20. Goldschmidt, EE. 2001. Chlorophyll decomposition in senescing leaves and ripening fruits: Functional and evolutionary perspectives. Acta Hort 553:331-335.

21. Porat, R., Feng, H. Huberman, M., Galili, D. and Goldschmindt EE, 2001. Gibberellic acid slows postharvest degreening of ‘Oroblanco’ citrus fruits. HortScience 36:937-940.

22. Goldschmidt, EE. 2001. Reassessment of climatic effects on fruit maturation in citrus towards the development of a fruit maturation and quality model. Proc. Int. Soc. Citriculture 2000 (in press).

23. Goldschmidt, EE. 2001. Maturation of citrus fruit: Hormonal and molecular regulation of chlorophyll breakdown and other processes. Proc. Intl. Soc. Citriculture 2000 (in press).

24. Cohen, S, Raveh, E, Grava, A and Goldschmidt EE. 2001. Citrus response to radiation load reduction: water use, photosynthesis, and productivity. Proc, Intl. Soc. Citriculture 2000 (in press).

25. Nicolosi, E, La Malfa, S and Goldschmidt, EE. 2001. Molecular analysis of the phylogenetic relationships among 12 citron (Citrus medica L.) accessions. Proc. Intl. Soc. Citriculture 2000 (in press).

26. Katz, E, Weiss, D, Riov, J and Goldschmidt, EE. 2001. Ethylene biosynthesis and ACC synthase gene expression in citrus fruit Proc. Intl. Soc. Citriculture 2000 (in press).

27. Tamim, M, Goldschmidt, EE, Goren, R and Shachnai, A. 2001. Potassium reduces the incidence of superficial and rind pitting (Nuxan) in ‘Shamouti’ orange. Proc. Intl. Soc. Citricultre 2000 (in press).

References

  • Hebrew University profile
  • Profile with links to scholarly work
  1. ^ The Search for the Authentic Citron
  2. ^ Factors determining the shape of citrons. Israel J. Bot. 25:34-40. 1976.
  3. ^ The Biology of Citrus published by Cambridge University Press
  4. ^ A History of Grafting
  5. ^ The Retirees that Lengthen the Life of the Plants, Hebrew
  • Differential Counteraction of Ethylene Effects by Gibberellin A3 and N6-Benzyladenine in Senescing Citrus Peel
  • Fifty Years of Research, Hebrew
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