Aaron Rottenberg, Ph.D.

Selected Publications

Rottenberg A. (2017)  Has agriculture dispersed worldwide from a single origin? Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 64: 1107-1113.

Rottenberg A. (2015) The wild gene pool of globe artichoke. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 62: 33-38.

Rottenberg A. (2013) The bearing of biological fitness in humans and crops upon the emergence and spread of agriculture. Natural Science 5: 1-6.

Rottenberg A., Grishkan I. and Nevo E. (2006) Genetic diversity among strains of Sordaria fimicola from contrasting environments. Mycologia Balcanica 3: 1-5.

Rottenberg A. and Parker J.S. (2004) Asexual populations of the invasive weed Oxalis pes-caprae are genetically variable. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B (Supplement) 271: s206-s208.

Rottenberg A. and Parker J.S. (2003) Conservation of the critically endangered Rumex rothschildianus  as implied from AFLP diversity. Biological Conservation 114: 299-303.

Rottenberg A., Nevo E. and Zohary D. (2000) Genetic variability in sexually monomorphic and dimorphic populations of  Populus euphratica (Salicaceae). Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30: 482-486.

Rottenberg A. (1998) Sex ratio and gender stability in the dioecious species of Israel. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 128: 137-148.

Rottenberg A., Zohary D. and Nevo E. (1996) Isozyme relationships between the cultivated  artichoke and its wild relatives. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 43:59-62.

Rottenberg A. and Zohary D. (1996) The wild ancestry of the cultivated artichoke. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 43: 53-58.