David Granot
David Granot
Researcher, Agricultural Research Organization, The Volcani Center
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Overexpression of Arabidopsis hexokinase in tomato plants inhibits growth, reduces photosynthesis, and induces rapid senescence
N Dai, A Schaffer, M Petreikov, Y Shahak, Y Giller, K Ratner, A Levine, ...
The plant cell 11 (7), 1253-1266, 1999
Metabolic profiling of transgenic tomato plants overexpressing hexokinase reveals that the influence of hexose phosphorylation diminishes during fruit development
U Roessner-Tunali, B Hegemann, A Lytovchenko, F Carrari, C Bruedigam, ...
Plant Physiology 133 (1), 84-99, 2003
IME1, a positive regulator gene of meiosis in S. cerevisiae
Y Kassir, D Granot, G Simchen
Cell 52 (6), 853-862, 1988
Internalization of Salmonella enterica in leaves is induced by light and involves chemotaxis and penetration through open stomata
Y Kroupitski, D Golberg, E Belausov, R Pinto, D Swartzberg, D Granot, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 75 (19), 6076-6086, 2009
Hexokinase mediates stomatal closure
G Kelly, M Moshelion, R David‐Schwartz, O Halperin, R Wallach, Z Attia, ...
The Plant Journal 75 (6), 977-988, 2013
Hexose kinases and their role in sugar-sensing and plant development
D Granot, R David-Schwartz, G Kelly
Frontiers in Plant Science 4, 44, 2013
Mesophyll photosynthesis and guard cell metabolism impacts on stomatal behaviour
T Lawson, AJ Simkin, G Kelly, D Granot
New Phytologist 203 (4), 1064-1081, 2014
Sugar-induced apoptosis in yeast cells
D Granot, A Levine, E Dor-Hefetz
FEMS Yeast Research 4 (1), 7-13, 2003
Glucose induces cAMP-independent growth-related changes in stationary-phase cells of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
D Granot, M Snyder
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 88 (13), 5724-5728, 1991
An overview of sucrose synthases in plants
O Stein, D Granot
Frontiers in plant science 10, 95, 2019
Tomato fructokinases exhibit differential expression and substrate regulation
Y Kanayama, D Granot, N Dai, M Petreikov, A Schaffer, A Powell, ...
Plant Physiology 117 (1), 85-90, 1998
Vesicle-associated Membrane Protein ofArabidopsis Suppresses Bax-induced Apoptosis in Yeast Downstream of Oxidative Burst
A Levine, B Belenghi, H Damari-Weisler, D Granot
Journal of Biological Chemistry 276 (49), 46284-46289, 2001
The gibberellin‐induced, cysteine‐rich protein GIP2 from Petunia hybrida exhibits in planta antioxidant activity
N Wigoda, G Ben‐Nissan, D Granot, A Schwartz, D Weiss
The Plant Journal 48 (5), 796-805, 2006
Divergent fructokinase genes are differentially expressed in tomato
Y Kanayama, N Dai, D Granot, M Petreikov, A Schaffer, AB Bennett
Plant Physiology 113 (4), 1379-1384, 1997
Substantial roles of hexokinase and fructokinase in the effects of sugars on plant physiology and development
D Granot, G Kelly, O Stein, R David-Schwartz
Journal of experimental botany 65 (3), 809-819, 2014
The role of plasma membrane aquaporins in regulating the bundle sheath-mesophyll continuum and leaf hydraulics
N Sade, A Shatil-Cohen, Z Attia, C Maurel, Y Boursiac, G Kelly, D Granot, ...
Plant physiology 166 (3), 1609-1620, 2014
Cloning and functional expression of alkaline α‐galactosidase from melon fruit: similarity to plant SIP proteins uncovers a novel family of plant glycosyl hydrolases
N Carmi, G Zhang, M Petreikov, Z Gao, Y Eyal, D Granot, AA Schaffer
The Plant Journal 33 (1), 97-106, 2003
Carbon source induces growth of stationary phase yeast cells, independent of carbon source metabolism
D Granot, M Snyder
Yeast 9 (5), 465-479, 1993
Metabolism of soluble sugars in developing melon fruit: a global transcriptional view of the metabolic transition to sucrose accumulation
N Dai, S Cohen, V Portnoy, G Tzuri, R Harel-Beja, M Pompan-Lotan, ...
Plant molecular biology 76 (1-2), 1-18, 2011
Two newly identified membrane-associated and plastidic tomato HXKs: characteristics, predicted structure and intracellular localization
M Kandel-Kfir, H Damari-Weissler, MA German, D Gidoni, A Mett, ...
Planta 224 (6), 1341-1352, 2006
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