Hagai Cohen
  • Laboratory of Plant Science, Migal Galilee Technology Center, Israel
Research fields
  • Plant science
Personal information


Ph.D. in Plant Molecular Biology, Migal – Galilee Research Institute & the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, 2016

Current position

Post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Plant Science, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel


  1. Cohen, H. and Amir, R. (2016). Dose-dependent effects of higher methionine levels on the transcriptome and metabolome of transgenic Arabidopsis seeds. Plant Cell Rep.

  2. Cohen, H., Shir, O. M., Yu, Y., Hou, W., Sun, S., Han, T. and Amir, R. (2016). Genetic background and environmental conditions drive metabolic variation in wild type and transgenic soybean (Glycine max) seeds. Plant Cell Environ 39(8): 1805-1817.

  3. Cohen, H., Pajak, A., Pandurangan, S., Amir, R. and Marsolais, F. (2016). Higher endogenous methionine in transgenic Arabidopsis seeds affects the composition of storage proteins and lipids. Amino Acids 48(6): 1413-1422.

  4. Frank, A., Cohen, H., Hoffman, D. and Amir, R. (2015). Methionine and S-methylmethionine exhibit temporal and spatial accumulation patterns during the Arabidopsis life cycle. Amino Acids 47(3): 497-510.

  5. Cohen, H., Israeli, H., Matityahu, I. and Amir, R. (2014). Seed-specific expression of a feedback-insensitive form of CYSTATHIONINE-gamma-SYNTHASE in Arabidopsis stimulates metabolic and transcriptomic responses associated with desiccation stress. Plant Physiol 166(3): 1575-1592.

  6. Cohen, H., Fait, A. and Tel-Zur, N. (2013). Morphological, cytological and metabolic consequences of auto-polyploidization in Hylocereus (Cactaceae) species. BMC Plant Biology 13:173

  7. Cohen, H. and Tel-Zur, N. (2012). Morphological changes and self-incompatibility breakdown associated with auto-polyploidization in Hylocereus species (Cactaceae). Euphytica 184:345.

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