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Prof. Samuel Mendlinger

Boston University, USA

Professor of Administrative Sciences


Email: mendling@bu.edu


Qualifications

1980 Postdoctorate, University of California

1977 Ph.D., Hebrew University

1971 M.Sc., Tel-Aviv University

1965 B.Sc., Queens College


Publications (Selected)

  1. Wool, D. and S. Mendlinger. 1972. A recurrent mutation. Tribolium Inf. Bull. 15.
  2. Wool, D. and S. Mendlinger. 1973. The EU mutant of the flour beetle Tribolium castaneum. Environmental and genetic effects on penetrance. Genetica, 44:496-504.
  3. Wool, D. and S. Mendlinger. 1981. Genetic and ecological consequences of subdivision in Tribolium populations. J. An. Ecol. 50:422-433.
  4. Brody, T. and S. Mendlinger. 1980. Species relationships and genetic variation in the diploid wheats revealed by starch gel electrophoresis. Plant Systematics and Evolution. 136:247-258.
  5. Dvorak, J., P.E. McGuire and S. Mendlinger. 1984. Inferred chromosomal morphology of the ancestral genome of Triticum. Plant Systematics and Evolution. 144(3/4):209-220.
  6. Dvorak, J., K. Ross and S. Mendlinger. 1985. Transfer of salt tolerance from Elytrigin pontica to wheat by the addition of an incomplete Elytrigia genome. Crop Science. 25(2):306-309.
  7. Pasternak, D., J.A. Aronson, J. Ben-Dov, M. Forti, S. Mendlinger, A. Nerd and D. Sitton. 1986. Development of New Arid Zone Crops for the Negev Desert of Israel. Journal of Arid Environments. 11:37-54.
  8. D. Pasternak, Y. De Malach, S. Mendlinger, and I. Borovic. 1989. Irrigation with brackish water under desert conditions. VIII. Further studies on irrigation management of onions with brackish water. Agric. Water Manag. 16:201-215.
  9. Benzioni, A., S. Mendlinger, M. Ventura and S. Huyskens. 1991. Cucumis metuliferus, a new crop. I. The effect of sowing dates, salinity and temperatures on germination, flowering and yield. HortScience. 26(8):1051-1053.
  10. Mendlinger, S. and D. Pasternak. 1992. Breeding for salt tolerance in melons. HortScience. 27:905-907.
  11. Huyskens, S., S. Mendlinger, A. Benzioni and M. Ventura. 1992. Optimization of agrotechniques for cultivating Momordica charantia. Journal of Horticultural Science. 67:259-264.
  12. Mendlinger, S., A. Benzioni, S. Huyskens and M. Ventura. 1992. Fruit development and postharvest physiology of Cucumis metuliferus Mey. a new crop plant. Journal of Horticultural Science. 67:489-493.
  13. Mendlinger, S. and D. Pasternak. 1992. Effect of time of salinization on flowering, yield and fruit quality factors in melon. Cucumis melo L. Journal of Horticultural Science. 67:529-534.
  14. Mendlinger, S. and M. Fossen 1993. The effects of salt increase on flowering, vegetative growth, yield and fruit quality in melons. Journal of the American Society of Horticultural Science. 118:868-872.
  15. Huyskens, S., S. Mendlinger, A. Benzioni and M. Ventura. 1993. Optimization of Agrotechniques in the cultivation of Luffa acutangula. J. Hort. Sci. 68:989-994.
  16. Mendlinger, S. 1994. Effect of increasing plant density and salinity on yield and fruit quality in muskmelon. Scientia Horticulturae. 57:41-49.
  17. Mendlinger, S. and D. Zohary. 1995. The extent and structure of genetic variation in species of the Sitopsis group. Heredity 74:616-627.
  18. Mendlinger, S., Y. Ventura and P. Amuyunza. 1996.The potential of hybrid breeding for tolerance to suboptimal cold temperatures in melons. Acta Hort. 434: 401-406.
  19. Benzioni, A., S. Mendlinger and M. Ventura. 1996. Improvement of the appearance and taste of kiwano fruits for export to the ornamental and consumer markets. Acta Hort. 434: 293-300.
  20. Polimbetova, F., S. Mendlinger and Y.A. Aitosabetova. 1996. Preservation of biological diversity of Kazakh melons. NAN PK 21:21-34.

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