Publications / Curriculum Vitae


  1. Born in Jerusalem, Israel, 1926.  Elementary and secondary school education in Jerusalem.
  2. Undergraduate studies in Biology at The Hebrew University of  Jerusalem 1945-1947, 1949-1951. M.Sc. in Botany and Geology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem 1951.
  3. Graduate studies in Genetics at the University of California, Berkeley 1952-1956 (Supervisor: Prof. G.L. Stebbins).  Ph.D. in Genetics 1956.
  4. J. Belling Award in Genetics, University of California, Berkeley 1959.
  5. Lecturer in Genetics – 1956, Senior Lecturer – 1960, Associate Professor – 1963, Professor of Genetics – 1969, Professor Emeritus – 1997. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
  6. Chairman, Institute of Life Sciences, The Hebrew University, 1979-1983.
  7. Main fields of interest: Variation and evolution in plants. The origin of cultivated plants. Genetic resources in plants and their conservation.
  8. J. Belling Award in Genetics, University of California, Berkeley 1959.
  9. Fellow Linnean Society, London.
  10. Distinguished Economic Botanist 2003, The Society for Economic Botany.

Research activity 

Processes of domestication and the origin of cultivated plants: Research has been focused upon crops that had their origin in the ‘Old World’ (Southwest Asia, the Mediterranean basin, temperate Europe), particularly: wheats, barley, rye, oats, pea, lentil, chickpea, vetches, flax, olive, grape-vine, date-palm, fig, apple, pear, plums, cherries, almond, carob, melon, water melon, lettuce, carrot, leek and globe artichoke.  The main aims have been: (i) Identification of the wild progenitors from which these crops could have been derived. (ii) Delimitation of the wild relatives’ areas of distribution, and assessment of their major adaptations in the wild. (iii) Evaluation of the various genetic systems ( cross-pollination, self-pollination, vegetative propagation, sex determination   self-incompatibility, polyploidy, etc) that characterize the wild relatives, and their impact on plant domestication. (iv) Assessment of the kinds of modifications these plants underwent under cultivation, and the selection pressures that molded them. (v) Combining the evidence obtained from the living plants with the archaeo-botanical information retrieved from archaeological excavations to seek answers to the questions: when, where and how these crops were taken into cultivation.  

Wild genetic resources of crops:  Work focuses on the study of the range of variation (and the structuring of genetic variation) in the wild relatives of cultivated plants native in the Mediterranean basin and South-West Asia. The main aims have been the preparation of the ground for more sound in situ conservation of the wild progenitors; and a better understanding how to utilize these wild gene pools in current breeding work.  

Breeding of seed-planted hybrid varieties of globe artichoke:  This breeding program, carried out in cooporation with agronomist Jehuda Basnizki, transformed globe artichoke (Cynara scolymus) from a perenial, manually vegetatively propagated crop into     

an annual seed-planted vegetable adjusted to modern, mechanized cultivation.   


  1. Zohary, D., 1953.  Ecological studies in the vegetation of the Near Eastern Deserts. III.  Vegetation map of the Central and Southern Negev.  Palestine J. Bot., Jerusalem Series 6: 27-36.
  2. Zohary, D., 1954.  Notes on ancient agriculture in the Central Negev.  Israel Explor. Jour. A4: 17-25.
  3. Orshan, G. and Zohary, D. 1955.  Vegetation of the littroral salt marshes in Israel.         Bull. Res. Counc. Israel 4: 363-369.
  4. Zohary, D. 1955.  Secondary centric activity in meiosis of Lilium formosanum Amer. Naturalist 89: 50-52.
  5. Brown, S.W. and Zohary, D. 1955.  The relationship between chiasmata and crossing over in Lilium formosanum Genetics 40: 850-873.
  6. Zohary, D. 1955.  Chiasmata in a pericentric inversion in Zea mays. Genetics 40: 874-877.
  7. Zohary, D. 1956.  Studies in the polyploid complex of Dactylis glomerata L. University of California, Berkeley.  [ Ph.D. Thesis]
  8. Zohary, D. and Katznelson, J. 1958.  Two species of subterranean clovers in Israel. Australian Jour. Bot. 6: 177-182.
  9. Zohary, D. and Ashkenazi, I. 1958.  Different frequencies of supernumerary chromosomes in diploid populations of Dactylis glomerata in Israel.  Nature 182: 477-478.
  10. Stebbins, G.L. and Zohary, D. 1959.  Cytogenetic and evolutionary studies in the genus Dactylus. I. The morphology distribution and inter-relationships of the diploid sub-species.  Univ. Calif. Publ. Botany 31: 1-40.
  11. Zohary, D. and Nur, U. 1959.  Natural triploids in Dactylis glomerata L. polyploid complex and their significance for gene flow from diploid to tetraploid levels.  Evolution 13: 311-317. (Not Searchable)
  12. Nur, U. and Zohary, D. 1959.  Distribution patterns of diploid and terraploid forms of Dactylis glomerata L. in Israel. Bull. Res. Counc. Israel 7D: 13-22.
  13. Zohary, D. 1959.  Is Hordeum agriocrithon the ancestor of six rowed cultivated barley? Evolution 13: 279-280.
  14. Zohary, D. 1960.  Studies on the origin of cultivated barley. Bull. Res. Counc. Israel 9D: 21-42.
  15. Apirion, D. and Zohary, D. 1961. Chlorophyll lethal in natural populations of the orchard grass (Dactylis glomerata L).  A case of polymorphism in plants.  Genetics 46: 396-399.
  16. Zohary, D. and Brick, Z. 1961.  Triticum dicoccoides in Israel: notes on its distribution, ecology and natural hybridization.  Wheat Inform. Serv. 13: 6-8.
  17. Zohary, D. and Feldman, M. 1962.  Hybridization between amphidiploids and the evolution of polyploids in the wheat (Aegilops-Triticum) group. Evolution 16: 44-61.
  18. Tovia, T. and Zohary, D. 1962.  Natural hybridization between Hordeum vulgare and H. spontaneum: Corroborative evidence from progeny tests and artificial hybrids. Bull. Res. Counc. Israel 11D: 43-45.
  19. Ankori, H. and Zohary, D. 1962.  Natural hybridization between Aegilops sharonensis and Ae. longissima: A morphological and cytological study. Cytologia 27: 314-324.
  20. Zohary, D. and Imber, D. 1962.  Genetic dimorphism in fruit types in Aegilops speltoides.  Heredity 18: 223-32.
  21. Zohary, D. 1963. Spontaneous brittle six-row barleys, their nature and origin. Barley Genetics I:  Proc. 1st intern. barley genetics symposium, Wageningen 1963. Pp. 27-30. Pudoc, Wageningen.
  22. Zohary, D. 1965.  Colonizer species in the wheat group. In: H.G. Baker and G.L. Stebbins (eds.) The genetics of colonizing species. Pp. 404-420. Academic Press, New York. 
  23. Pazy, B.  and  Zohary D. 1965. The process of introgression between Aegilops polyploids: Natural hybridization between Ae. variabilis, Ae. ovata and Ae. biuncialis. Evolution 19: 385-394.
  24. Zohary, D. 1966. The evolution of genomes in Aegilops and Triticum. Proc. 2nd  Intern. wheat genetics symposium, Lund, 1863. Hereditas, Suppl. Vol. 2. Pp. 207-217.
  25. Horowitz, A. and Zohary, D. 1966.  Spontaneous variation for perianth colour in wild Anemone coronaria. Heredity 21: 513-515.
  26. Harlan, J.R. and Zohary, D. 1966.  Distribution of wild wheats and barley.  Science 153: 1074-1079.
  27. Ladizinsky, G. and Zohary, D. 1967.  Avena ventricosa: a possible diploid contributor to hexaploid oats. Science 155: 1553-1554.
  28. Vardi, A. and Zohary, D. 1967.  Introgression in wheat via triploid hybrids.  Heredity 22: 541-560.
  29. Moav, J., Moav, R. and Zohary, D. 1967.  Spontaneous morphological alternations of chromosomes in Nicotiana hybrids. Genetics 59: 57-63.
  30. Zohary, D. 1967.  Chromosome variation in Aegilops umbellulata Zhuk. Wheat Inform. Serv. 26: 17-18.
  31. Katznelson, J. and Zohary, D. 1967.  Diploid and tetraploid Horedeum bulbosum L. Israel J. Bot. 16: 57-62.
  32. Ladizinsky, G. and Zohary, D. 1968.  Genetic relationships between diploids and tetraploids in Series Eubarbatae of Avena. Canad. J. Genet. Cytol. 10: 68-81.
  33. Zohary, D. 1969.  The progenitors of wheat and barley in relation to domestication and agricultural dispersal in the Old World. In: P.J. Ucko and G.W. Dimbleby (eds.) The domestication and exploitation of plants and animals. Pp. 49-66. Duckworth, London.
  34. Zohary, D., Harlan, J.R. and Vardi, A. 1969.  The diploid progenitors of wheat and their breeding value. Euphytica 18: 58-65.
  35. Zohary, D. 1970.  Centers of diversity and centers of origin. In: O.H. Frankel and E. Bennett (eds.) Genetic resources of plants – their exploration and conservation. Pp. 33-42.  Blackwell, Oxford.
  36. Zohary, D. 1970.  Wild wheats. In: O.H. Frankel and E. Bennett (eds.) Genetic resources in plants – their exploration and conservation. Pp. 239-247.  Blackwell,  Oxford.
  37. Dagan, J. and Zohary, D. 1970.  Wild tetraploid wheats from west Iran cytogenetically identical with Israeli T. dicoccoides. Wheat Inform. Serv. 31: 15-17.
  38. Puteyevsky, E. and Zohary, D. 1970.  Behaviour and transmission of supernumerary chromosomes in diploid Dactylis glomerata. Chromosoma (Berl.) 32: 135-141.
  39. Gerechter-Amitai, Z.K., Wahl, I., Vardi, A. and Zohary, D. 1971. Transfer of stem rust seedling resistance from wild diploid einkorn to tetraploid durum wheat by means of triploid hybrid bridge. Euphytica 20: 281-285.
  40. Ladizinsky, G. and Zohary, D. 1971.  Notes on species delimitation, species relationships and polyploidy in Avena L. Euphytica 20: 380-395.
  41. Zohary, D. 1971.  Origin of southwest Asiatic cereals: wheats, barley, oats and rye. In: P.H. Davis, P.C. Harper and I. Hedge (eds.) Plant life in South-west Asia. Pp. 235-260. Botanical Sosciety of Edinburgh, University Press, Aberdeen.
  42. Mendelson, D. and Zohary, D. 1972.  Behaviour and transmission of supernumerary chromosomes in Aegilops speltoides. Heredity 29: 329-339.
  43. Zohary, D. 1972.  The wild progenitor and the place of origin of the cultivated lentil: Lens culinaris. Econ. Bot. 26: 326-332.
  44. Zohary, D. 1973.  The fate of natural “hybrid swarms” between Hordeum spontaneum and H. vulgare. In: R.A. Nilan (ed.) Barley genetics II: Proc. 2nd Intern. Barley Genetics Symposium, Pp. 63-64.
  45. Ben-Zeev, N. and Zohary, D. 1973.  Species relationships in the genus Pisum L. Israel J. Bot. 22: 73-91.
  46. Zohary, D. 1973.  The origin of cultivated cereals and pulses in the Near East. In: J. Wahrman and K.R. Lewis (eds.) Chromosomes Today Vol. 4, Pp. 307-320. John Wiley, New York.
  47. Zohary, D. and Hopf, M. 1973. Domestication of pulses in the Old World.  Science 182: 887-894.
  48. Zohary, D. 1973.  Gene-pools for plant breeding. In: R. Moav (ed.) Agricultural genetics. Pp. 177-183. Halstead Press, New York.
  49. Horowitz, A., Galil, J. and Zohary, D. 1975.  Anemone coronaria L. Israel.  J. Bot. 24: 26-41.
  50. Zohary. D. and Spiegel-Roy, P. 1975.  Beginning of fruit growing in the Old World.  Science 187: 319-327.
  51. Zohary. D. and Basnizky, J. 1975.  The cultivated artichoke – Cynara scolymus: its probable wild ancestors. Econ. Bot. 29: 233-235.
  52. Avishai, M. and Zohary, D. 1977.  Chromosomes in the Oncocyclus Irises. Bot. Gaz. 138: 502-511.
  53. Zohary, D. 1977.  Comments on the origin of cultivated broad bean, Vicia faba L. Israel J. Bot. 26: 39-40.
  54. Brown, A.H.D., Nevo, E. and Zohary, D. 1977.  Associations of alleles at esterase loci in wild barley Hordeum spontaneum. Nature 268: 430-431.
  55. Brown, A.H.D., Zohary, D. and Nevo, E. 1978.  Outcrossing rates and heterozygosity in natural populations of Hordeum spontaneum Koch in Israel. Heredity 41: 49-62.
  56. Brown, A.H.D., Nevo, E., Zohary, D. and Dagan, O. 1978.  Genetic variation in natural populations of wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum). Genetica 49: 97-108.
  57. Nevo, E., Brown, A.H.D. and Zohary, D. 1979.  Genetic diversity in the wild progenitor of barley in Israel.  Experientia 35: 1027-1029.
  58. Nevo, E., Zohary, D., Brown, A.H.D. and Haber, M. 1979.  Genetic diversity and environmental associations of wild barley. Hordeum spontaneum, in Israel.  Evolution 33: 815-833.
  59. Zohary, D. and Plitmann, U. 1979.  Chromosome polymorphism, hybridization and colonization in the Vicia sativa group (Fabaceae). Pl. Syst. Evol. 131: 143-156.
  60. Avishai, M. and Zohary, D. 1980.  Genetic affinities among the Oncocyclus  irises. Bot. Gaz. 141: 107-115.
  61. Nevo, E., Brown, A.H.D., Zohary, D., Storch, N. and Beiles, A. 1981.     Microgeographic edaphic differentiation in allozyme polymorphisms of wild barley. Pl. Syst. Evol. 138: 287-292.
  62. Nevo, E., Golenberg, E., Beilis, A., Brown, A.H.D. and Zohary, D. 1982.  Genetic diversity and environmental associations of wild wheat, Triticum dicoccoides, in Israel.  Theor. Appl. Genet. 62: 241-254.
  63. Zohary, D. 1983.  Wild genetic resources of crops in Israel.  Israel J. Bot. 32: 97-127.
  64. Moseman, J.G., Nevo, E. and Zohary, D. 1983.  Resistance of Hordeum spontaneum collected in Israel to infection with Erysiphe graminis hordei. Crop Science 23: 1115-1119.
  65. Zohary, D. 1984.  Modes of evolution in plants under domestication. In: W.F. Grant (ed.) Plant biosystematics. Pp. 579-586. Academic Press (Canada).
  66. Nevo, E., Moseman, J.G., Beiles, A. and Zohary, D. 1984.  Correlation of ecological factors and allozymic variations with resistance to Erysiphe graminis hordei in Hordeum spontaneum in Israel: patterns and application.  Pl. Syst. Evol. 145: 79-96.
  67. Moseman, J.G., Nevo, E., El-Morshidy, M.A. and Zohary, D. 1984.  Resistance of Triticum dicoccoides to infection with Erysiphe graminis tritici. Euphytica 33: 249-255.
  68. Nevo, E., Moseman, J.G., Beiles, A. and Zohary, D. 1985.  Patterns of resistance of wild emmer wheat to pathogens. I. Predictive method by ecology and allozyme genotypes for powdery mildew and leaf rust.  Genetica 67: 209-222.
  69. Moseman, J.G., Nevo, E., Gerechter-Amitai, Z.K., El-Morshidy, M.A. and Zohary, D. 1985.  Resistance of Triticum dicoccoides collected in Israel to infection with Puccinia recondita tritiaci.  Crop Science 25: 262-265.
  70. Nevo, E., Beiles, A., Kaplan, D., Storch, N. and Zohary, D. 1986.  Genetic diversity and environmental associations of wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum (Poaceae), in Iran. Pl. Syst. Evol. 153: 141-164.
  71. Nevo, E., Zohary, D., Beiles, A., Kaplan, D. and Storch, N. 1986.  Genetic diversity and environmental associations in wild barley Hordeum spontaneum in Turkey.  Genetica 68: 203-213.
  72. Nevo, E., Beiles, A. and Zohary, D. 1986.  Genetic resources of wild barley in the Near-East: structure, evolution and application in breeding.  Biol. J. Linnean Soc. 27: 335-380.
  73. Cohen, D. and Zohary, D. 1986.  The selection operating on the evolution equilibrium of the frequency of sexual reproduction in predominantly asexual  populations. In: S. Karlin and E. Nevo (eds.) Evolutionary processes and theory. Pp. 765-782. Academic Press, London.
  74. Zohary, D. 1986.  The origin and early spread of agriculture in the Old World.         In: C. Barigtozzi (ed.) The origin and domestication of cultivated plants. Pp. 3-20. Elsevier, Amsterdam.
  75. Basnitzki, J. and Zohary, D. 1987.  A seed planted cultivar of Globe Artichoke.  HortScience 22: 678-679.
  76. Segal, A., Dorr, K.H., Fischbeck, G., Zohary, D. and Wahl, I. 1987.  Genotypic composition and mildew resistance in a natural population of wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum. Plant Breeding 99: 118-127.
  77. Garfinkel, Y., Kislev, M.E. and Zohary, D. 1988.  Lentil in Pre-Pottery Neolithic B Yiftah’el: additional evidence of its early domestication.  Israel J. Bot. 37: 49-51.
  78. Zohary, D. 1989. Pulse domestication and cereal domestication: how different are they?  Econ. Bot. 43: 31-34.
  79. Zohary, D. 1989.  Domestication of the Southwest Asian Neolithic crop    assemblage of cereals, pulses and flax: the evidence from the living plants. In: D.R. Harris and G.C. Hillman (eds.) Foraging and farming: the evolution of plant exploitation. Pp. 359-373. Unwin & Hyman, London.
  80. Galili, E., Weinstein-Evron, M. and Zohary, D. 1989.  Appearance of olives in  submerged Neolithic sites along the Carmel coast. Mitkufat Haeven, Jour. Israel Prehist. Soc. 22: 95-97.
  81. Zohary, D., 1990.  Domestication of plants in the Old World: the emerging synthesis.  In: T.L. Markey and J.A.C. Greppin (eds.) When worlds collide: the Indo-Europeans and the Pre-Indo-Europeans. Pp. 35-44. Karoma Publishers. Ann Arbor, MI.     
  82. Zohary, D. 1991.  The wild genetic resources of cultivated lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.). Euphytica 53: 31-35.
  83. Zohary, D., 1991.  Conservation of wild progenitors of cultivated plants in the Mediterranean Basin. Botanika Chronica 10: 467-474.
  84. Zohary, D., 1992.  Is the European plum, Prunus domestica L., a P. cerasifera Elurh. x  P. spinosa L. allo-polyploid? Euphytica 60: 75-55.
  85. Zohary, D., 1992.  Domestication of the Neolithic Near Eastern crop assemblage. In: P.C. Anderson (ed.) Préhistoire de l’Agriculture: Nouvelles Approches Experimentales et Ethno-graphiques. Pp. 81-86. Monographie du CRA no. 6,  CNRS, Paris.
  86. Ben-Hod, G., Basnizki, Y., Zohary, D. and Mayer, A.M. 1992.  Cynarin and chlorogenic acid content in germinating seeds of globe artichoke (Cynara scolymus L.). J. Genet. & Breed. 46: 63-69.
  87. Basnizki, J. and Zohary, D. 1994.  Breeding of seed-planted artichoke. In: J. Janik (ed.) Plant Breeding Reviews Vol. 12, Pp. 253-269. John Wiley
  88. Zohary, D. 1994.  The wild genetic resources of the cultivated olive. In: S. Lavee and I. Klein (eds.) Second international symposium on olive growing. Acta Horticulturae 356: 62-65.
  89. Zohary, D. 1995.  Lentil: Lens culinaris (Leguminosae – Papilionoidae). In: J. Smartt and  N.W. Simmonds (eds.) Evolution of crop plants, 2nd edition. Pp. 271-274. Longman, UK.       
  90. Zohary, D. 1995.  Fig: Ficus carica (Moraceae). In: J. Smartt and N.W. Simmonds (eds.) Evolution of crop plants, 2nd edition. Pp. 366-370. Longman, UK.
  91. Zohary, D. 1995.  Olive: Olea europaea (Oleaceae). In: J. Smartt and N.W. Simmonds (eds.) Evolution of crop plants, 2nd edition. Pp. 379-382.  Longman, UK.
  92. Zohary, D. 1995.  The domestication of the grape-vine Vitis vinifera L. In: P. McGovern, S. Fleming and S. Katz (eds.) The oigins and ancient history of wine. Pp. 23-30. Gordon & Breach Science Publishers, New York.
  93. Heywood, V.H. and Zohary, D. 1995.  A catalogue of the wild relatives of cultivated plants native to Europe.  Flora Mediterranea 5: 361-401.
  94. Rottenberg, A. and Zohary, D. 1996.  The wild ancestry of the cultivated artichoke. Genet. Resour. Crop. Evol. 43: 53-58.
  95. Rottenberg, A., Zohary, D. and Nevo, E. 1996.  Isozyme relationships between cultivated artichoke and its wild relatives.  Genet. Resour. Crop Evol. 43: 59-62.
  96. Browicz, K. and Zohary, D. 1996.  The genus Amygdalus L. (Rosaceae): species relationships, distribution and evolution under domestication. Genet. Resour. Crop Evol. 43: 229-247.
  97. Zohary, D., 1996.  The mode of domestication of the founder crops of Southwest Asian  agriculture. In: D.R. Harris (ed.) The origins and spread of agriculture and pastoralism in Eurasia. Pp. 142-158. University College London Press, London.
  98. Zohary, D., 1996.  The genus Pistacia L. In: S. Padulosi, T. Caruso and E. Barone, (eds.) Taxonomy, distribution, conservation and uses of Pistacia genetic resources. Pp. 1-11.  Report of a workshop, 29-30 June 1995, Palermo, Italy. International Plant Genetic Resources Institute, Rome, Italy. (Not Searchable)
  99. Zohary, D. 1997.  Speciation patterns in predominantly self-pollinated     Mediterranean annuals. Lagascalia 19: 281-288.
  100. Zohary, D. 1997.  Wild apples and wild pears. In: B. Valdes, V.H. Heywood, P.M. Raimondo and D. Zohary (eds.) Proceedings of  the workshops on conservation of the wild relatives of European cultivated plants. Bocconea 7: 409-416.
  101. Zohary, D. 1997.  Genetic systems: an overview. In: B. Valdes, V.H. Heywood, P.M. Raimondo  and D. Zohary (eds.) Proceedings of  the workshops on conservation of the wild relatives of European cultivated plants. Bocconea 7: 127-131.  
  102. Zohary, D. 1997.  Modes of evolution in ornamental geophytes. In: H. Lilien-Kipnis, A.H. Halevy and A. Borochov (eds.) International symposium on flower bulbs. Acta Horticulturae 430: 29-32.
  103. Zohary, D., Tchernov, E. and Kolska-Horowitz, L. 1998. The role of  unconscious selection in the domestication of sheep and goats. Jour. Zool. Lond. 245: 129-135.
  104. Zohary, D. 1998. The diffusion of south and east Asian and of African crops into the belt of Mediterranean agriculture In: H.D.V. Prendergast, N.I. Etkin, D.R. Harris and P.J. Houghton (eds.) Plants for food and medicine. Pp. 123-134, Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew.
  105. Zohary, D. 1998. Taxonomy of the almonds. Nucis Newsletter (Information  Bulletin on the Research Network on Nuts. FAO, CIHEAM) No.7, Pp. 5-6. 
  106. Zohary, D. 1999.  Speciation under self-pollination. In: S.P. Wasser (ed.) Evelutionary theory and processes: modern perspectives. Pp. 301-307. Kluver,         The Netherlands.
  107. Zohary, D. 1999.  Monophyletic vs. polyphyletic origin of the crops on which agriculture was founded in the Near East. Genet. Resour. Crop Evol. 46: 133-142.
  108. Zohary, D. 1999.  Domestication of the Neolithic Near Eastern crop assemblage.         In: P.C. Anderson (ed.) Prehistory of Agriculture: New experimental and           ethnographic aproaches.  Pp. 42-50. Monograph 40, Institute of Archaeology         University of California, Los Angeles.
  109. Zohary, D. 2001. Domestication of crop plants. In: S.A. Levin (ed.)  Encyclopedia of biodiversity Vol. 2. Pp. 217-227. Academic Press, San Diego.
  110. Zohary, D. 2002. Domestication of the carob (Ceratonia siliqua L.). Israel  J. Pl. Sci. 50 (Suppl.): 141-145.
  111. Zohary, D. 2003. Unconscious selection in plants under domestication. In: H.    Knüpffer and J. Ochsmann (eds.) Rudolf  Mansfeld and plant genetic resources. Pp. 121-128. Schriften zu Genetischen  Ressourcen, Band 22. ZADI, Bonn.
  112. Zohary, D. 2004. Crop domestication: founder crops. In: R.M. Goodman (ed.) Encyclopedia of plants and crops sciences, Pp. 336-339. Marcel Dekker, New York. 
  113. Zohary, D. 2004. Crop domestication: role of unconscious selection. In: R.M. Goodman (ed.) Encyclopedia of plants and crops sciences, Pp. 340-342. Marcel Dekker, New York.
  114. Gabrielian, E. and  Zohary, D. 2004. Wild relatives of food crops native to Armenia and Nakhichevan. Flora Mediterranea 14: 5-80.
  115. Zohary, D. 2004. Unconscious selection and the evolution of domesticated plants. Economic Botany 58: 5-10.
  116. Rottenberg, A. and Zohary, D. 2005. Wild genetic resources of  the cultivated artichoke. In: V.V. Bianco et al. (eds.) Proceedings 4th International Congress on artichoke. Acta Horticulturae 681 Pp. 307-312.  International Society for Horticultural Sciences (ISHS). 3001 Leuven 1, Belgium.



Zohary, D. and Hopf, M. 1988. Domestication of plants in the Old World. Oxford University  Press. 249 Pp. 

Zohary, D. and Hopf, M. 1993. Domestication of plants in the Old World, 2nd edition. Oxford University Press. 278. Pp. 

Zohary, D. and Hopf, M. 2000. Domestication of plants in the Old World, 3rd edition. Oxford University Press. 316 Pp.


Valdes, B., Heywood, V.H., Raimondo, P.M. and Zohary, D. (eds.) 1997.

Proceedings of  the workshops on conservation of the wild relatives of European

cultivated plants. Bocconea Vol. l7. 479 Pp.

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