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BENAYAHU, Yehuda, Ph.D. TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY


CURRICULUM VITAE (December, 2008)


Name: Yehuda Benayahu Ph.D. 003047941

(first) (last) (acad. degree) No. ID Card


Faculty: Life Sciences Dept.: Zoology
Home Address: 27 Hanassi Street, Nof-Yam, Herzliya 46602
Phone Nos: 09-9514443 (home), 03-6409090, Fax 036409403 (work)
E-mail: yehudab@tauex.tau.ac.il
Date & Place of Birth: 9 March 1948, Israel
ZAHAL (Israeli) Military Service 1966 - 1969

dates (enlist.) (disch.)


Marital Status: Married No. of children: 2

A. EDUCATION:
Period of Study Name of University Subject Degree Date of

(dates) Award

___________________________________________________________________________


1969-1972 Tel Aviv University Biology B.Sc. 1973
1973-1976 Tel Aviv University Zoology M.Sc. 1976

(with distinction)


1977-1982 Tel Aviv University Zoology Ph.D. 1982
Title of Master’s Thesis: Quantitative characteristics of community structure of stony corals, soft corals and algae in the northern Gulf of Eilat (Red Sea)

Name of Supervisor: Professor Y. Loya


Title of Doctoral Dissertation: Population dynamics of soft corals (Octocorallia, Alcyonacea) at the coral reefs of the Gulf of Eilat (Red Sea)

Name of Supervisor: Professor Y. Loya



B. FURTHER STUDIES:
Period of Study Name of University Subject Degree or Date of

(dates) (including city & country Professional Award if not in Israel) License

________________________________________________________________________



Nov. 1982 - Florida International Ultrastruct. Post-Doctoral


Oct. 1983 University, Miami, and Pathol. training

Florida of Octocorals


C. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Period (dates) Name of Institution Department Rank/Function

(city, country

____________________________________________________________________________


1973-1981 Tel Aviv University Zoology Teaching Assistant

Invertebrate Zoology and Population Ecology


Jan.-Feb. 1977 Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Visiting Investigator

Historie (Leiden, Netherlands)


Aug.-Oct. 1979 British Museum (London, UK); Visiting Investigator

Muséum National d'Histoire

Naturelle (Paris, France);

Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke

Historie (Leiden, Netherlands)
April-June 1982 Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Visiting Investigator

Historie (Leiden) and Instituut voor

Taxonomische Zoologie, Universiteit

van Amsterdam (Netherlands)


July-Aug. 1982 Natur Museum Senckenberg (Frankfurt); Visiting Investigator

Zoologisches Institut and Museum

(Hamburg, West Germany)
Sept. 1982 Zoologisk Museum, Univ. of Kobenhavn Visiting Investigator

(Kobenhavn, Danmark)


Aug.-Sept. 1984 Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle Maitre - Assistant

(Paris, France) Associe


Oct. 1986 Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie Visiting Investigator

(Leiden, Netherlands)


Sept. 1987 Zoologisk Museum, Univ. of Copenhagen Visiting Investigator

(Copenhagen, Denmark)


Aug. 1989 British Museum (London, U.K.) Visiting Investigator
July 1990 National Museum of Natural History Visiting Investigator

(Leiden, Netherlands)


July 1991 Oceanographic Research Institute Visiting Investigator

(Durban, South Africa)


Aug. 1991 National Museum of Natural History Visiting Investigator

(Leiden, Netherlands)


Oct. 1991 University of the Ryukyus Visiting Investigator

Sesoko Marine Science Center

(Okinawa, Japan)

C. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (cont.)

July 1992 Oceanographic Research Institute Visiting Investigator

(Durban, South Africa)
Nov. 1992 University of the Ryukyus Visiting Investigator

(Okinawa, Japan)


July 1993 University of the Ryukyus Visiting Investigator

(Okinawa, Japan)


Aug. 1993 Oceanographic Research Institute Visiting Investigator

(Durban, South Africa)


Sept. 1993 National Museum of Natural History Visiting Investigator

(Leiden, Netherlands)


June 1994 Institute of Oceanography Visiting Investigator

National Taiwan University

(Taipei, Taiwan)
Oct. 1994 University of Guam Visiting Investigator

Marine Laboratory (Mangilao, Guam)


Nov. 1994 Oceanographic Research Institute Visiting Investigator

(Durban, South Africa)


July 1995 National Museum of Natural History Visiting Investigator

(Leiden, Netherlands)


Aug. 1997 University of Maryland, College Visiting Professor

Park (Maryland) and State Univ.

of Oregon, Corvallis (Oregon)
Sept. 1997 National Museum of Natural History Visiting Professor

(Leiden, Netherlands)


July 1998 National Museum of Natural History Visiting Professor

(Leiden, Netherlands)


Sept. 1998 Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle Visiting Professor

(Paris, France)


Nov. 1998 Academia Sinica, Institute of Zool. Visiting Professor
July 1999 National University of Singapore Visiting Professor
Nov. 1999 The University of Hong Kong Visiting Professor
July-Aug. 2000 University of the Ryukyus Visiting Professor

(Okinawa, Japan)


Sept. 2001 Muséum National d'Histoire Visiting Professor

Naturelle (Paris, France);


C. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (cont.)

Nov. 2002 National Museum of Natural History Visiting Professor

Leiden, Netherlands
Aug. 2003 National Museum of Natural History Visiting Professor

Leiden, Netherlands


July 2004 University of the Ryukyus Visiting Professor

(Okinawa, Japan)


July 2004 Ewha Womans University Visiting Professor

Seoul, Korea


July 2005 Academia Sinica, Institute of Zool. Visiting Professor
July 2005 University of the Ryukyus Visiting Professor

(Okinawa, Japan)


Sept. 2005 University of Hawaii at Manoa Visiting Professor

(Hawaii, USA)


April 2006 National Museum of Natural History Visiting Professor

Leiden, Netherlands


July 2006 National Sun Yet-sen Univ Visiting Professor

Kaohsiung, Taiwan


July 2007 University of the Ryukyus Visiting Professor

(Okinawa, Japan)


Oct. 2007 Phuket Marine Biology Center Visiting Professor

(Thailand)


Dec. 2008 Muséum National d'Histoire Visiting Professor

Naturelle (Paris, France);


Sept. 2008 National Museum of Natural History Visiting Professor

Leiden, Netherlands


Nov. 1983 - Zoological Museum, Tel Aviv Zoology Curator of Marine

Sept. 1987 University Invertebrates


Oct. 1987 - Tel Aviv University Zoology Lecturer

Oct. 1990


Oct. 1990- Tel Aviv University Zoology Curator of Inver.
Nov. 1990 - Tel Aviv University Zoology Senior Lecturer

Dec. 1996

June 1988 - Zoological Museum, Tel Aviv Director

Feb. 1995 University


Aug. 1995 - University of Maryland Zoology Visiting Professor

Oct. 1996 (Maryland, U.S.A.)


April 1994 - Oceanographic Research Institute Research Associate

present (Durban, South Africa)


C. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (cont.)

Jan.1997 - Tel Aviv University Zoology Associate Professor

Dec. 2002
Jan. 2003- Tel Aviv University Zoology Full Professor
May 2003-

Feb. 2006 Tel Aviv University Zoology Head of Dept.


June 2006- Tel Aviv University Porter School Head of School

Sept. 2008 of Environmental Studies



D. ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS

1976 Annual meeting of The Israel Zoological Society. Title of lecture: Stony corals, soft corals and algae: the main competitors for space in the northern Gulf of Eilat (Red Sea).


1980 The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Annual conference of the H. Steinitz Marine Biology Laboratory. Title of lecture: Active movement of the Red Sea soft coral Xenia macrospiculata Gohar, 1940.
1984 Annual meeting of The Israel Zoological Society. Title of lecture: Reproductive patterns in three species of Red Sea soft corals.
1985 5th International Coral Reef Congress, Tahiti, French Polynesia. Title of lecture: Faunistic composition and patterns in the distribution of soft corals (Octocorallia:

Alcyonacea) along the coral reefs of Sinai Peninsula.


1987 First Eilat Symposium on Marine Symbiosis. Title of lecture: Acquisition of symbiotic zooxanthellae in course of ontogenesis of three xeniid soft coral species.
1987 22nd European Marine Biology Symposium, Barcelona, Spain. Title of poster: Reproduction and external brooding in the octocoral Clavularia hamra Gohar.
l987 First UNESCO/COMAR Regional Taxonomy Research Workshop and Advanced Training Course, Phuket, Thailand.
1988 9th Conference of the Israel Society for Ecology and Environmental Quality Sciences. Title of lecture: Settlement of soft corals on artificial substrata at Eilat.
1989 5th International Conference on Coelenterate Biology, Southampton, U.K. Title of lecture: Reproduction and developmental pathways of soft-coral xeniids (Octocorallia: Alcyonacea).
1989 5th International Congress of Invertebrate Reproduction, Nagoya, Japan. Title of lecture: Radiation of broadcasting and brooding patterns in coral reef octocoral alcyonaceans.
1989 Annual Meeting of The Israel Zoological Society. Title of lecture: Reproductive patterns

and planulae brooding in Xeniidae (Octocorallia).


1990 Joint US-Israel Israel Workshop on Marine Symbiosis; From Molecular Biology to Ecosystem Function. Title of lecture: Acquisition of algal symbionts by alcyonaceans offspring.

D. ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS (cont.)

1990 Annual Meeting of The Israel Society for Electron Microscopy. Title of lecture: Transmission of symbionts through the sexual cycle of the octocoral Litophyton arboreum.


1990 Annual Meeting of The Israel Zoological Society. Title of lecture: Sexual reproduc­tion among reef octocoral alcyonaceans (Cnidaria).

1991 5th International Conference on Artificial Habitats for Fisheries, Long Beach, California, U.S.A. Title of lecture: Recruitment of benthic communities on artificial habitats at Eilat (Red Sea).

1991 First International Symbiosis Congress, Jerusalem. Title of lecture: Ultrastructural evidence for intercellular symbionts translocation in course of oogenesis and planulae development of Litophyton arboreum (Octocorallia).
1992 7th International Coral Reef Symposium, Agana, Guam. Title of lecture: Onset of zooxanthellae acquisition in course of ontogenesis of broadcasting and brooding soft corals.
1992 International Symposium of the University of the Ryukyus on Biodiversity and Adaptive Strategies of Coral Reef Organisms, Okinawa, Japan. Title of lecture: Reproductive strategies of soft corals, family Nephtheidae.
1992 Annual Meeting of the Israel Zoological Society. Title of lecture: Zooxanthellae acquisition in course of ontogenesis of broadcasting and brooding soft corals (Octocorallia).
1993 Annual Meeting of the Israel Society for Ecology and Environmental Quality Sciences. Title of lecture: The use of artificial reef structure to rehabilitate denuded and stressed coral reefs at Eilat (Red Sea).
1993 7th Pacific Science Inter Congress, Okinawa, Japan. Title of lecture: Species composition of soft corals (Octocorallia, Alcyonacea) at the coral reefs of Sesoko Island, Ryukyu Archipelago, Japan.
1994 Marine Invertebrate Workshop, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.
1994 Marine Biodiversity: Causes and Consequences, York, U.K. Title of lecture: Soft corals and stony corals of Sodwana Bay, South Africa: communities at the boundaries of reefs distribution.
1995 6th International Conference on Coelenterate Biology, The Netherlands. Title of lecture: Allocation of reproductive output in the soft coral Dendronephthya hemprichi: sexual and clonal propagation.
1995 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Zoology, Washington, D.C., U.S.A. Title of lecture: Outstanding reproductive features of an azooxanthellate Red Sea octocoral.

1996 76th Annual Meeting of the Western Society of Naturalists, Port Townsend, Washington, U.S.A. Title of lecture: Temporal patterns of reproduction in some Sinularia soft corals.


1996 8th International Coral Reef Symposium, Panama City, Panama. Title of lecture: Developmental episodes in reef soft corals: Ecological and cellular determinants.
1997 8th Pacific Science Inter Congress, Suva, Fiji. Title of lecture: Diversity of the alcyonaceans (Octocorallia) of Guam.

D. ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS (cont.)

1998 8th International Congress on Invertebrate Reproduction and Development, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Title of lecture: Embryogenesis, planulae longevity and competence in the Red Sea octocoral Dendronephthya hemprichi.


1998 European Meeting of the International Society for Reef Studies, Perpignan, France. Title of lecture: Latitudinal attenuation of Red Sea soft corals (Octocorallia: Alcyonacea).
1998 Pacific Science Inter-Congress, Taipei, Taiwan. Title of lecture: Soft corals

(Octocorallia) from Taiwan


2000 9th International Coral Reef Symposium, Bali, Indonesia. Title of lecture: Species composition of soft corals (Octocorallia) on the coral reefs of the Ryukyu Archipelago, Japan.
2002 14th Marine Aquarium Conference of North America. Title of lecture: Early

developmental- stages of soft corals: crucial adaptations for survival.




  1. 7th International Conference on Coelenterate Biology, Laurence, Kansas, USA. Title of

lecture: The soft coral Heteroxenia fuscescens: life history and developmental processes.
2003 4th International Symbiosis Congress, Halifax, Canada. Title of lecture: Initiation of

zooxanthellae-host symbioses: Soft corals as a model system.


2003 Science Programme: Advanced Study Institute: Strategic Management of Marine

Ecosystems, Sophia Antipolis, France. Title of lecture: Artificial reefs in the Red Sea.


2003 10th International Coral Reef Symposium, Okinawa, Japan. Title of lecture: Diversity of

soft corals (Octocorallia: Alcyonacea) from Southern Taiwan.


2004 39th European Marine Biology Symposium, Genoa, Italy. Title of lecture: Shift from

fouling organisms to tropical-reef communities on a planned artificial reef: how long

does it take?
2007 21st Pacific Science Congress, Okinawa Japan. Title of lecture: Diversity and distribution

of soft corals of the family xeniidae (Octocorallia, Alcyonacea) from reefs of the East

and South China Sea.

2008 International Coral Reef Symposium, Fort Lauderdale Okinawa, USA. Title of

lecture: Diversity of soft corals (Octocorallia) in Kenya and the adjacent Pemba

(Tanzania) with reference to other south equatorial East African reefs.


E. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL AWARDS (Prizes, Fellowships, Grants, etc.)

1977 Fellowship under the Dutch Ministry of Education for studying soft coral taxonomy in Leiden Museum, The Netherlands.


1981 Research scholarship awarded by the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.
1982 Fellowship under the Dutch Ministry of Education for studying soft coral taxonomy in Leiden Museum, The Netherlands.
1982 Minerva award under the Komitee fur die wissenschaftliche Zusammenarbeit zuichen Deutschen and Israelischen Forschungsinstituten for studying soft coral taxonomy in German Institutions.

E. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL AWARDS (cont.)

1982 British Council and Leo Baeck Bnai Brith Awards for studying soft coral taxonomy in the British Museum of Natural History.


1982 Dr. Chaim Weizmann Postdoctoral Fellowship. Research subject: Ultrastructure and pathology of octocorals. Florida International University, Miami, Florida.
1984 Fellowship under the French-Israeli Scientific Exchange Program and Maitre Assistant Associe Fellowship awarded by Museum d'Histoire Naturelle (Paris). Research subject: Taxonomy of Indo-Pacific alcyoniid soft corals.
1986 CSIR Israel-South Africa collaborative research project: Faunistic composition and

community structure of soft and hard corals at Sodwana, Northern Natal ($6,000).




  1. The Institution for Research of Sinai Areas. Research project: Distribution and life

history 1988 strategy of the soft coral Litophyton arboreum along the reefs of Sinai

Peninsula ($6,000).


1987 Fellowship under the Scientific Exchange Program between Israel and Denmark for studying soft coral taxonomy in the Zoologisk Museum, University of Copenhagen.
1988- Basic Research Fund of Tel Aviv University. Research project: Acquisition of algal 1989 symbionts by soft corals ($5,000).
1988- "Keren Hatzvi". The Society for the Protection of Nature. Research project: Coral reefs, 1990 Eilat ($1,500 per annum).

1989 British Council Award for studying soft coral taxonomy in the British Museum of Natural History.


1989- "Keren l'Ecologia". The Ecological Foundation. Research project: Man-made

1991 reefs enhancing recovery of stressed natural reefs at Eilat ($4,700 per annum).


1989- Basic Research Foundation administered by the Israel Academy of Sciences

1992 and Humanities. Research project: Reproductive and developmental patterns of the Red Sea octocoral alcyonaceans ($25,000 per annum).


1991 Fellowship from the Oceanographic Research Institute, Durban, South Africa. Research project: Taxonomy of Natal reefs' soft corals.
1991 Uruma Fund Award for Research in University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan. Research project: Ecology and taxonomy of Okinawan alcyonaceans.
1992 Donation for construction of artificial reef at Eilat, Red Sea (Courtesy of "Dubek" Company: $50,000).
1992 Fellowship under the CSIR Israel-South Africa scientific exchange program for studying soft corals at Sodwana, Northern Natal.
1993 Research grant awarded by Pharma Mar, Spain. Research project: Marine natural products from reef organisms of Natal reefs, South Africa ($25,000).
1993 Research grant awarded by Nature Reserves Authority. Research project: Invertebrate

biota of the coastal area of Dor and Habonim (NIS 5,000)


1994 Research grant awarded by Pharma Mar, Spain. Research project: Marine natural products from reef organisms of Natal reefs, South Africa ($18,000).
E. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL AWARDS (cont.)

1994- Basic Research Fund of Tel Aviv University. Research project: Induction of settlement 1995 and metamorphosis in Red Sea soft corals by marine bacteria ($7,000).


1995 Research grant awarded by Pharma Mar, Spain. Research project: Marine natural products from reef organisms of Natal reefs, South Africa ($10,000).
1995 Research grant awarded by Nature Reserves Authority. Research project: Invertebrate biota of the coastal area of Dor and Habonim (NIS 5,000).
1995- The Israel Science Foundation administered by The Israel Academy of Sciences

1988 and Humanities. Research project: Soft corals of the Red Sea ($37,000 per annum).





  1. Basic Research Fund of Tel Aviv University. Research project: Temporal changes

1998 and reproduction features in a soft coral ($4,000).
1997- Ministry for Quality of the Environment. Research project: Biological impacts of the

1998 use of TBT along the coastal water of Israel (NIS 20,000).


1999- British Council Award for visiting several marine laboratories in the UK.
1999- Academy Study on Israel and the Middle (Britain) Award for visiting several marine laboratories in the UK

1998- Ministry for Quality of the Environment. Research project: Toxic effects of TBT:

1999 morphological and histopathogenic survey in mollusks from Lake Tiberias (NIS 37,000).
1999- Basic Research Fund of Tel Aviv University. Research project: Dynamics and kinetics 2000 of algal infection by a coral host ($10,500).
1999- United States-Israel Binational Science Foundation (BSF). Research project: Macro-

2002 and microscale integrated events during the onset of coral-algal symbiosis ($55, 000 per

annum).


  1. National Geographic Society, Committee for Research and Exploration. Research

  1. project: Artificial reefs: are they effective for colonization by coral-reef communities? ($20,000).

2000- Belfer Center for Energy Research. Research Project: Ship-hull coatings: toxicological 2001 response and non-polluting, energy saving fouling control ($20,000).


2000- Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Research Fellowship: Distribution of soft

corals in Ryukyu Islands and spatial variation in their secondary metabolites.




  1. Tobias Landau Foundation. Research project: Infection of a coral host by symbiotic

algae ($5,000).


  1. - The Porter School of Environmental Studies Research Fund. Research Project:

  2. Development of benthic assemblages on floating artificial structures: Environmental

effects ($15,000).


  1. Basic Research Fund of Tel Aviv University. Research project: Diversity of symbiotic

  2. algae in the Red Sea soft corals: biological implications ($6,000).

2003- Pharma Mar, Spain. Research project: Collection of marine invertebrates from the coral

reefs of Kenya ($57,000, via RAMOT).
E. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL AWARDS (cont.)

2004- USAID-CDR, Research Project: Scientifically based framework for conserving and

2007 monitoring the Eritrean coral-reefs (US$ 200,000)
2004- Pharma Mar, Spain. Research project: Collection of marine invertebrates from the coral

reefs of Kenya ($40,000, via RAMOT).




  1. The Porter School of Environmental Studies, Italian collaborative research. Research

2005 Project: Artificial Marine Structures (AMS): Multifunctional Tool for Research and

Environmental Management in the Mediterranean and Red Sea (MED- RED) (EURO

256,000).
2004- Pharma Mar, Spain. Research project: Collection of marine invertebrates from the coral

reefs of Pemba, Zanzibar ($77,000, via RAMOT).


2004- Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative. Title of Project: Reproduction and Developmental

2005 Characteristics of an alien soft coral (Carijoa riisei) in Hawaii (US$ 10,880).




  1. Tobias Landau Foundation. Research project: Colonization of artificial reefs in Eilat (Red Sea) ($5,000).

2005 Faculty of Life Sciences, Tel Aviv University: award for outstanding teaching.


2005- The Porter School of Environmental Studies, Italian collaborative research. Research

2006 Project: Artificial Marine Structures (AMS): Multifunctional Tool for Research and

Environmental Management in the Mediterranean and Red Sea (MED- RED) (EURO

306,250).


2007 Research Fund of Tel Aviv University. Research project: Microstructure of octocoral scerlites (IS 30,000)

2007- The Porter School of Environmental Studies, Italian collaborative research. Research

2008 Project: Artificial Marine Structures (AMS): Multifunctional Tool for Research and

Environmental Management in the Mediterranean and Red Sea (MED- RED) (EURO

40,000).
2008- Yeshaya Horowitz Association. Research Project: A novel source of scaffolding

2009 material for tissue engineering ($100,000).



F. MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

1973 - present Israel Zoological Society.


1986 - present International Society for Reef Studies.
l988 - present International Society of Invertebrate Reproduction.
1988 - present Israel Society for Ecology and Environmental Quality.
1990 - present The Pacific Science Association.
1996 - present The American Microscopical Society.
2000- present Japanese Coral Reef Society.

G. GRADUATE AND POST GRADUATE STUDENTS SUPERVISED BY CANDIDATE

G1. DOCTORAL STUDENTS

1991-1996 Gabriele Henning

Minerva Fellow, Department of Zoology and Parasitology, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, Germany

Induction of settlement and metamorphosis in coral reef alcyonaceans (jointly

with Prof. D. Hofmann).

Tel Aviv University.
1993-1999 Uri Oren

Regeneration and colony integration in scleractinian corals (jointly with Prof. Y.

Loya).

Tel Aviv University.


1994-1999 Revital Ben-David-Zaslow

Relationship between environmental parameters and reproductive features of the soft coral Heteroxenia fuscescens.

Tel Aviv University.
1994-2002 Gil Rilov

The whelk Stramonita haemastoma in the eastern Mediterranean rocky littoral: biotic and abiotic perspectives (jointly with Prof. A. Gasith).

Tel Aviv University.
1997-2003 Dafna Zeevi

UV-Resistance mechanisms of soft cotrals and the involvement of their

symbiotic zooxanthellae.

Tel Aviv University.


1999-2005 Orit Barneah

Micoscale events during the onset of coral-algal symbiosis.

Tel Aviv University.
2001-2007 Shimrit Perkol-Finkel

Spatial and temporal interactions between artificial and natural reefs.

Tel Aviv University.
2004- Mati Halperin

Genetic diversity, demography and behavior of the three-spot dascyllus,



Dascyllus trimaculatus Rüppell, in the northern Gulf of Eilat (Red Sea).

Tel Aviv University.


2006- Chen Yoffe

Selectivity processes, physiology and molecular mechanisms of zooxanthellae

during initiation and maintenance of symbiosis.

Tel Aviv University.

2007- Dror Zorel

Lessapsian migrant bivalves as vectors for dispersal of marine bacteria (jointly

with Dr. U. Gofna).

Tel Aviv University.

2007- Ido Sella

Biological, chemical and mechanical aspects of collagen fibers isolated from a

soft coral

Tel Aviv University.



M.SC. STUDENTS

1987-1990 Dan Weil

Life history features of the alcyonacean Litophyton arboreum in the Gulf of Eilat: Sexual and asexual reproduction.

Tel Aviv University.


1987-1990 Michael Klainman

Comparative life history features of the Sinularia species (Octocorallia: Alcyonacea) at Eilat.

Tel Aviv University.
1988-1992 Miamon Dahan

Clonal propagation and sexual reproduction of the alcyonacean Dendronephthya hemprichi.

Tel Aviv University.
1988-1992 Ruth Goren

Benthic communities on artificial substrata at Eilat (Red Sea).

Tel Aviv University.
1989-1992 Yael Barki

Population ecology and genetic characteristics of the soft coral Dendronephthya

in the northern Gulf of Eilat, Red Sea.

Tel Aviv University.


1990-1993 Uri Oren

Recruitment and survival of corals on artificial reefs.

Tel Aviv University.
1991-1993 Gil Rilov

Fish community on vertical reefs in the northern Gulf of Eilat: Structure of an existing community and initial recruitment on experimental installations.

Tel Aviv University.
1992-1994 Revital Ben-David

Longevity and competency of planulae of Octocorallia.

Tel Aviv University.
1992-1994 Noga Shiloach

Dynamics of initial settlement of fishes on artificial reefs at the Gulf of Eilat (Red Sea).

Tel Aviv University.
1993-1996 Dafna Zeevi

The gorgonian Acabaria biserialis: a successful colonizer of artificial substrata.

Tel Aviv University.
1994-1997 Sharon Ketzinel

Chemical ecology of some South African soft corals (jointly with Prof. Y. Kashman).

Tel Aviv University.
1994-1997 Sigal Lozki

Life history of zooxanthellate and azooxanthellate soft corals.

Tel Aviv University.


M.SC. STUDENTS (cont.)

1995-1998 Dovi Kelman

The chemical ecology of the soft coral Parerythropodium f. fulvum (jointly with

Prof. Y. Kashman).

Tel Aviv University.
1996-1999 Orit Barneah

Soft coral transplantation as a means for reef rehabilitation in Eilat: ecological aspects and fine structural cascades.

Tel Aviv University.
1997-2002 Tal Reichert

Oxygen consumption rate of juvenile stages of the soft coral Heteroxenia



fuscescens.

Tel Aviv University.


1998-2001 Tali Yakobovich

Kinetics of zooxanthellae acquisition by a sexual progeny of a soft coral.

Tel Aviv University.


    1. Shimrit Perkol

Artificial and natural reefs in Eilat: Comparative aspects and interactions.

Tel Aviv University.


2000-2003 Omer Polack

Biology and Ecology of the zoanthid Palythoa tuberculosa in Northern Gulf of

Aqaba (Eilat) (jointly with Prof. Y. Loya)

Tel Aviv University.


2000-2003 Sharon Levi

Chemical ecology of some East African soft corals (jointly with Prof. Y.

Kashman).

Tel Aviv University.

2000-2004 Ettie Sapir

Testing the toxicity of TBTCI to Anthozoa and the antifoulant efficiency of

Environmental-friendly silicone coatings (jointly with Prof. A. Gasith).

Tel Aviv University.


2001-2006 Edit Adler

Infection of early developmental stages of soft corals with homologous and

heterologous symbiotic algae.

Tel Aviv University.

2001-2005 Anat Maoz

Algal acquisition and specificity in soft corals (families Nephtheidae and

Xeniidae).

Tel Aviv University.


2002-2004 Mati Halperin

Recruitment of fish to experimental floating and fixed artificial reefs.

(jointly with Dr. M. Goren).

Tel Aviv University.


2003-2006 Inbal Ginsburg

Ecology of the Red Sea gorgonian Clathraria rubrinodis.

Tel Aviv University.
M.SC. STUDENTS (cont.)

2003- 2006 Jonathan Sharon

Benthic communities associated with invasive bivalves in the Israeli

Mediterranean coast (jointly with Prof. Y. Loya).

Tel Aviv University.
2004-2007 Ido Sella

Development of a propagation protocol for cuttings of the soft coral Sarcophyton



glaucum.

Tel Aviv University.


2004-2007 Yael Zaldam

Succession of benthic communities on artificial marine structures (AMS) in the

Red Sea: A tool to evaluate AMS performance.

Tel Aviv University.


2004-2007 Dror Zurel

Distribution and specificity of algal symbionts in vertically transmitting soft

corals (family Nephtheidea) in the Red Sea.

Tel Aviv University.


2005- 2008 Michal Grosovich

Habitat partitioning of three azooxanthellate soft corals in Eilat (Red Sea).

Tel Aviv University.
2006- Michal Weis

Bivalves as colonizers of artificial marine structures at Eilat (Red Sea).

Tel Aviv University.
2007- Dafna Aharonovich

Soft corals of the family Xeniidae at Eilat.

Tel Aviv University
2008- Yasmin Gabay

Effect of seawater acidification on xeniid soft corals.




PUBLICATIONS

C. REFEREED ARTICLES

1. Y. Benayahu, Y. Loya

Space partitioning by stony corals, soft corals and benthic algae on the coral reefs of the northern Gulf of Eilat (Red Sea)

Helgol. wiss. Meeresunt., Vol. 30, 1977 (pp. 362-382)
2. Y. Kashman, M. Bodner, Y. Loya, Y. Benayahu

Cembrolids from marine origin (Red Sea), survey and isolation of a new Sinulariolide derivatives



Isr. J. Chem., Vol. 16, 1977 (pp. 1-3)
3. J. Verseveldt, Y. Benayahu

Description of one old and five new species of Alcyonacea (Coelenterata: Octocorallia) from the Red Sea



Zool. Meded. Leiden, Vol. 53, 1978 (pp. 57-74)
4. Y. Kashman, Y. Loya, M. Bodner, A. Groweiss, Y. Benayahu, N. Naveh

Gas-liquid chromatograms of sesquiterpenes as finger prints for soft-coral identification


Mar. Biol., Vol. 55, 1980 (pp. 255-259)
5. S. Carmely, Y. Kashman, Y. Loya, Y. Benayahu

New prostaglandin (PGF) derivatives from the soft coral Lobophytum depressum



Tera. Lett., Vol. 21, 1980 (pp. 875-878)
6. Y. Benayahu, Y. Loya

Competition for space among coral reef sessile organisms at Eilat, Red Sea



Bull. Mar. Sci., Vol. 31, 1981 (pp. 514-522)
7. Y. Benayahu

A new species of Metalcyonium (Octocorallia: Alcyonacea) from the Red Sea



Zool. Meded. Leiden, Vol. 56(16), 1982 (pp. 197-201)

8. Y. Benayahu, Y. Loya

Surface brooding in the Red Sea soft coral Parerythropodium fulvum fulvum (Forskal, 1775)

Biol. Bull., Vol. 165, 1983 (pp. 353-369)
9. J. Verseveldt, Y. Benayahu

On two old and fourteen new species of Alcyonacea (Coelenterata, Octocorallia) from

the Red Sea

Zool. Verhand. Leiden, Vol. 208, 1983 (pp. 1-33)

10. Y. Benayahu, Y. Loya

Life history studies on the Red Sea soft coral Xenia macrospiculata Gohar, 1940. I. Annual dynamics of gonadal development

Biol. Bull., Vol. 166, 1984 (pp. 32-43)
11. Y. Benayahu, Y. Loya

Life history studies on the Red Sea soft coral Xenia macrospiculata Gohar, 1940. II. Planulae shedding and post larval development



Biol. Bull., Vol. 166, 1984 (pp. 44-53)
12. Y. Benayahu, Y. Loya

Substratum preferences and planulae settling of two Red Sea alcyonaceans: Xenia macrospiculata Gohar and Parerythropodium fulvum fulvum (Forskal)



J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., Vol. 83, 1984 (pp. 249-261)

C. REFEREED ARTICLES (cont.)

13. Y. Benayahu, Y. Loya

Settlement and recruitment of a soft coral: Why is Xenia macrospiculata a successful colonizer?

Bull. Mar. Sci., Vol. 36, 1985 (pp. 177-188)
14. Y. Benayahu, Y. Loya

Sexual reproduction of a soft coral: Synchronous and brief annual spawning of



Sarcophyton glaucum (Quoy & Gaimard, 1833)

Biol. Bull., Vol. 170, 1986 (pp. 32-42)
15. T. Berner, Y. Achituv, Z. Dubinsky, Y. Benayahu

Pattern of distribution and adaptation to different irradiance levels of zooxanthellae in

the soft coral Litophyton arboreum (Octocorallia: Alcyonacea)

Symbiosis, Vol. 3, 1987 (pp. 23-40)
16. W.M. Goldberg, Y. Benayahu

Spicule formation in a gorgonian coral Pseudoplexaura flagellosa 1. emonstration of intracellular and extracellular growth and the effect of ruthenium red during decalcification



Bull. Mar. Sci., Vol. 40, 1987 (pp. 287-303)
17. W.M. Goldberg, Y. Benayahu

Spicule formation in the gorgonian coral Pseudoplexaura flagellosa 2. Calcium localization by antimonate precipitation



Bull. Mar. Sci., Vol. 40, 1987 (pp. 304-310)
18. Y. Benayahu, Y. Loya

Long-term recruitment of soft-corals (Octocorallia: Alcyonacea) on artificial substrata at Eilat (Red Sea)



Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., Vol. 38, 1987 (pp. 161-167)
19. D. Green, S. Carmely, Y. Benayahu, Y. Kashman

Antheliolide A & B: Two new C24-Acetoacetylated diterpenoids of the soft coral Anthelia glauca



Tetra. Lett., Vol. 29, 1988 (pp. 1605-1608)
20. Y. Benayahu, Y. Achituv, T. Berner

Embryogenesis and acquisition of algal symbionts by planulae of Xenia umbellata (Octocorallia: Alcyonacea)



Mar. Biol., Vol. 100, 1988 (pp. 93-101)
21. A. Rudi, Y. Benayahu, I. Goldberg, Y. Kashman

Alkaloid metabolites of the marine tunicate Eudistoma sp.: Segoline A, Isosegoline

A and Nor-segoline.

Terat. Lett., Vol. 29, 1988 (pp. 3861-3862)
22. A. Rudi, Y. Benayahu, I. Goldberg, Y. Kashman

Eilatin, a novel alkaloid from the marine tunicate Eudistoma sp.



Tetra. Lett., Vol. 29, 1988 (pp. 6655-6656)
23. Y. Benayahu, T. Berner, Y. Achituv

Development of planulae within a mesogleal coat in the soft coral Heteroxenia



fuscescens

Mar. Biol., Vol. 100, 1989 (pp. 203-210)

C. REFEREED ARTICLES (cont.)

24. Y. Benayahu

Reproductive cycle and developmental processes during embryogenesis of Clavularia hamra (Cnidaria: Octocorallia)

Acta Zoologica, Vol. 70, 1989 (pp. 29-36)
25. Y. Benayahu, Y. Achituv, T. Berner

Metamorphosis of an octocoral primary polyp and its infection by algal symbiosis



Symbiosis, Vol. 7, 1989 (pp. 159-169)
26. Y. Achituv, Y. Benayahu

Polyp dimorphism and functional sequential hermaphroditism in the soft coral Heteroxenia fuscescens (Octocorallia)



Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., Vol. 64, 1990 (pp. 263-269)

27. Y. Benayahu

Xeniidae (Cnidaria: Octocorallia) from the Red Sea with description of a new species

Zool. Meded. Leiden, Vol. 64(15), 1990 (pp. 113-120)
28. Y. Benayahu

Reproduction and developmental pathways of Red Sea Xeniidae (Octocorallia: Alcyonacea)



Hydrobiologia, Vol. 216/217, 1991 (pp. 125-130)
29. L.V. Salvini-Plawen, Y. Benayahu

Epimenia arabica spec. nov., a Solenogaster (Mollusca) feeding on the alcyonacean Scleronephthya corymbosa (Cnidaria) from shallow waters of the Red Sea



Mar. Ecol., Vol. 12, 1991 (pp. 139-152)
30. Y. Benayahu, D. Weil, Z. Malik

Entry of algal symbionts into oocytes of Litophyton arboreum (Cnidaria, Octocorallia)



Tissue & Cell, Vol. 24, 1992 (pp. 473-482)
31. L.P. Ofwegen van, Y. Benayahu

Notes on Alcyonacea (Octocorallia) from Tanzania



Zool. Meded. Leiden, Vol. 66, 1992 (pp. 139-154)
32. Y. Achituv, Y. Benayahu, J. Hanania

Planulae brooding and acquisition of zooxanthellae in Xenia macrospiculata (Cnidaria: Octocorallia)



Helgol. Meeresunt., Vol. 46, 1992 (pp. 301-310)
33. D. Green, Y. Kashman, Y. Benayahu

Secondary metabolites of the yellow and gray morphs of the soft coral



Parerythropodium fulvum fulvum: comparative aspects

J. Nat. Prod., Vol. 55, 1992 (pp. 1186-1196)
34. Y. Benayahu

Corals of the South-West Indian Ocean I. Alcyonacea from Sodwana Bay, South Africa



Oceanogr. Res. Inst. Investig. Rep., Vol. 67, 1993 (pp. 1-15)
35. A. Rudi, I. Goldberg, Z. Stein, Y. Benayahu, M. Schleyer, Y. Kashman

Sodwanones A-C, three new triterpenoids from a marine sponge



Tetra. Lett., Vol. 34, 1993 (pp. 3943-3944)

36. A. Rudi, R. Talpir, Y. Benayahu, M. Schleyer, Y. Kashman


Four new C16 1,2-Dioxene-polketides from the sponge Plakortis aff. simplex

J. Nat. Prod., Vol. 56, 1993 (pp. 2178-2182)
37. A. Rudi, I. Goldberg, Z. Stein, F. Frolow, Y. Benayahu, M. Schleyer, Y. Kashman

Polycitone A and Polycitrins A and B: New alkaloids from the marine

ascidian Polycitor sp.

J. Org. Chem., Vol. 59, 1994 (pp. 999-1003)
38. A. Rudi, Z. Stein, S. Green, I. Goldberg, Y. Benayahu, M. Schleyer, Y. Kashman

Phorbazoles A-D, novel chlorinated Phenylpyrrolyloxazoles from the marine sponge Phorbas aff. clathrata



Tetra. Lett. Vol. 35, 1994 (pp. 2589-2592)
39. R. Talpir, Y. Kashman, Y. Benayahu, L. Pannell, M. Schleyer

Hemiasterlin and Geodiamolide TA: Two new cytotoxic peptides from the marine

sponge Hemiasterella minor (Kirkpatrick)

Tet. Lett., Vol. 35, 1994 (pp. 4453-4456)
40. A. Rudi, Y. Benayahu, M. Schleyer, Y. Kashman

Amino acid derivatives from the marine sponge Jaspis digonoxea



J. Nat. Prod., Vol. 57, 1994 (pp. 829-832)
41. S. Isaacs, Y. Benayahu, Y. Kashman

3-Hydroxy-7-Phenyl-4E-6E-Heptadienoic acid from an ascidian Didemnum granulatum



J. Nat. Prod., Vol. 57, 1994 (pp. 648-649)
42. A. Rudi, Y. Kashman, Y. Benayahu, M. Schleyer

Sodwanones A-F, new triterpenoids from the marine sponge Axinella weltneri



J. Nat. Prod., Vol. 57, 1994 (pp. 1416-1423)
43. Y. Kashman, M. Saltoun, A. Rudi, Y. Benayahu

Xeniafaraunol A and B, and Faraunatin: three new cytotoxic diterpenes from the soft

coral Xenia faraunensis

Tetra. Lett., Vol. 35, 1994 (pp. 8855-8858)
44. K. Fabricius, Y. Benayahu, A. Genin

Herbivory in asymbiotic soft corals



Science, Vol. 268, 1995 (pp. 90-92)
45. Y. Benayahu

Species composition of soft corals (Octocorallia, Alcyonacea) at the coral reefs of Sesoko Island, Ryukyu Archipelago, Japan



Galaxea, Vol. 12, 1995 (pp. 103-124)
46. K. Fabricius, A. Genin, Y. Benayahu

Flow-dependent herbivory and growth in zooxanthellae-free soft corals



Limnol. Oceanogr., Vol. 40, 1995 (pp. 1290-1301)
47. Y. Benayahu, M. Schleyer

Corals of the South-West Indian Ocean II. Eleutherobia aurea spec. nov. (Cnidaria, Alcyonacea) from deep reefs on the Kwazulu-Natal coast, South Africa



Oceanogr. Res. Inst. Invest. Rep., Vol. 68, 1995 (pp. 1-12)

C. REFEREED ARTICLES (cont.)
48. 48. A. Rudi, S. Ketzinel, I. Goldberg, Z. Stein, Y. Benayahu, M. Schleyer, Y. Kashman

Antheliatin and Zahavins A and B, three new cytotoxic xenicane diterpenes from two

soft corals.

J. Nat. Prod., Vol. 58, 1995 (pp. 1581-1586)
49. A. Rudi, I. Goldberg, Z. Stein, Y. Kashman, Y. Benayahu, M. Schleyer, L.G. Gravalos

Sodwanones G, H, and I, New cytotoxic triterpenes from a marine sponge



J. Nat. Prod., Vol. 58, 1995 (pp. 1702-1712)
50. G. Koren-Goldshlager, P. Klein, A. Rudi, Y. Benayahu, M. Schleyer

Sindurol and Nephthoside: New tetraprenyltoluquinols from the soft coral Sinularia dura and Nephthea sp.



J. Nat. Prod., Vol. 59, 1996 (pp. 262-266)
51. Y. Benayahu, M. Schleyer

Corals of the South-West Indian Ocean III. Alcyonacea (Octocorallia) of Bazaruto Island, Mozambique: a redescription of Cladiella australis (Macfadyen, 1936) and description of Cladiella kashmani spec. nov.



Oceanogr. Res. Inst. Invest. Rep., Vol. 69, 1996 (pp. 1-22)
52. G. Henning, D.K. Hofmann, Y. Benayahu

The phorbol ester TPA induces metamorphosis in Red Sea coral planulae (Cnidaria, Anthozoa)

Experientia, Vol. 52, 1996 (pp. 744-749)
53. R. Ben-David-Zaslow, Y. Benayahu

Longevity, competence and energetic content in planulae of the soft coral Heteroxenia fuscescens



J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., Vol. 206, 1996 (pp. 55-68)


  1. E. . Fridkovsky, A. Rudi, Y. Benayahu, M. Schleyer, Y. Kashman

Sarcoglane, a new cytotoxic diterpene from Sarcophyton glaucum

Tetra. Lett., Vol. 37, 1996 (pp. 6909-6910)
55. A. Kushmaro, G. Henning, D.K. Hofmann, Y. Benayahu

Metamorphosis of Heteroxenia fuscescens planulae (Cnidaria: Octocorallia) is inhibited by crude oil: a novel short-term toxicity bioassay



Mar. Environ. Res., Vol. 43, 1997 (pp. 295-302)
56. K. F. Fabricius, Y. Benayahu Y. G. Yahel, A. Genin

Herbivory in soft corals: Correction



Science, Vol. 273, 1996 (pp. 295-296)
57. U. Oren, Y. Benayahu

Transplantation of juvenile corals: a new approach for enhancing colonization of artificial reefs



Mar. Biol., Vol. 127, 1997 (pp. 499-505)
58. M. Dahan, Y. Benayahu

Clonal propagation of the azooxanthellate octocoral Dendronephthya hemprichi



Coral Reefs, Vol. 16, 1997 (pp. 5-12)
59. U. Oren, Y. Benayahu, Y. Loya

Effect of lesion site and shape on regeneration of the Red Sea coral Favia favus



Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., Vol. 146, 1997 (pp. 101-107)
C. REFEREED ARTICLES (cont.)
60. M. Dahan, Y. Benayahu

Reproduction of Dendronephthya hemprichi (Cnidaria, Octocorallia): year-round spawning in an azooxanthellate soft coral



Mar. Biol., Vol. 129, 1997 (pp. 573-579)
61. Y. Benayahu

A review of three alcyonacean families (Octocorallia) from Guam



Micronesica, Vol. 30, 1997 (pp. 207-244)
62. G. Henning, D.K. Hofmann, Y. Benayahu

Metamorphic processes in the soft corals Heteroxenia fuscescens and Xenia umbellata: the effect of protein kinase C activators and inhibitors.



J. Invert. Reprod. Develop., Vol. 34, 1998 (pp. 35-45)
63. R. Ben-David-Zaslow, Y. Benayahu

Competence and longevity in planulae of several species of soft corals



Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., Vol. 163, 1998 (pp. 235-243)
64. A. Kruger, M.H. Schleyer, Y. Benayahu

Reproduction in Anthelia glauca (Octocorallia, Xeniidae). I. Gametogenesis and larval brooding



Mar. Biol., Vol. 131, 1998 (pp. 423-432)
65. Y. Benayahu, M.H. Schleyer

Reproduction in Anthelia glauca (Octocorallia, Xeniidae). II. Transmission of algal symbionts during planular brooding



Mar. Biol., Vol. 131, 1998 (pp. 433-442)
66. D. Kelman, A. Kushmaro, Y. Loya, Y. Kashman, Y. Benayahu

Antimicrobial activity of a Red Sea soft coral Parerythropodium fulvum fulvum: reproductive and developmental considerations



Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., Vol. 169, 1998 (pp. 87-95)
67. M. Dahan, Y. Benayahu

Embryogenesis, planular longevity and competence in the octocoral Dendronephthya hemprichi



Inver. Biol., Vol. 117, 1998 (pp. 271-280)
68. G. Rilov, Y. Benayahu

Vertical artificial structures as an alternative habitat for coral reef fishes in disturbed environments



Mar. Environ. Res., Vol. 45, 1998 (pp. 431-451)
69. Y. Benayahu

Lobe variation in the soft coral Sinularia nanolobata Verseveldt, 1977 (Cnidaria, Alcyonacea)



Bull. Mar. Sci., Vol. 63, 1998 (pp. 229-240)
70. U. Oren, Y. Benayahu

Didemnid ascidians: rapid colonizers of artificial reefs in Eilat (Red Sea)



Bull. Mar. Sci., Vol. 63, 1998 (pp. 199-206)
C. REFEREED ARTICLES (cont.)
71. Y. Benayahu, L.P. van Ofwegen, P. Alderslade

A case study of a variation in two nominal species of Sinularia (Coelenterate: Octocorallia), S. brassica May, 1898 and S. dura (Pratt, 1903), with a proposal for their synonymy



Zool. Verhand. Leiden, Vol. 323, 1998 (pp. 277-309)
72. Y. Ben-David-Zaslow, G. Henning, D.K. Hofmann, Y. Benayahu

Reproduction in the Red Sea soft coral Heteroxenia fuscescens: seasonality and long-term record (1991-1997)



Mar. Biol., Vol. 133, 1999 (pp. 553-559)
73. D. Kelman, Y. Benayahu, Y. Kashman

Chemical defense of the soft coral Pareythropodium fulvum fulvum (Forskal) in the Red Sea against generalist reef fish



J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., Vol. 243, 2000 (pp. 309-312)
74. G. Paulay, Y. Benayahu

Patterns and consequences of coral bleaching in Micronesia (Majuro and Guam) in 1992-1994



Micronesica, Vol. 32, 1999 (pp. 109-124)
75. Y. Ben-David-Zaslow, Y. Benayahu

Temporal variation in lipid, protein and carbohydrate content in the Red Sea soft coral Heteroxenia fuscescens



J. Mar. Biol. Ass. UK, Vol. 79, 1999 (pp. 1001-1006)
76. D. Zeevi, Y. Benayahu

The gorgonian coral Acabaria biserialis: life history of a successful colonizer of

artificial substrata

Mar. Biol., Vol. 135, 1999 (473-481)

77. C. Avila, D. Kelman, Y. Kashman, Y. Benayahu

An association between a dendronotid nudibranch (Mollusca, Opistobranchia) and a soft coral (Octocorallia, Alcyonaria)

J. Nat. Hist., Vol. 33, 1999, (1433-1449)
78. G. Rilov, A. Gasith, S.M. Evans, Y. Benayahu

Unregulated use of TBT-based anti-fouling paints in Israel (eastern Mediterranean): high contamination and imposex levels in two marine gastropods



Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., Vol. 192, 2000 (pp. 229-238)
79. D. Kelman, Y. Benayahu, Y. Kashman

Variation in secondary metabolite concentrations in yellow and grey morphs of the Red

Sea soft coral Pareythropodium fulvum fulvum (Cnidaria: Octocorallia): possible

ecological implications



J. Chem. Ecol., Vol. 26, 2000 (pp. 1123-1133)
80. G. Rilov, Y. Benayahu

Fish assemblages on natural versus vertical artificial reefs: the rehabilitation perspective



Mar. Biol., Vol. 136, 2000 (pp. 931-942)
81. Ben-David-Zaslow, Y. Benayahu

Biochemical composition, metabolism, and amino acid transport in planula-larvae of the


soft coral Heteroxenia fuscescens

J. Exp. Zool., Vol. 287, 2000 (pp. 401-412)




C. REFEREED ARTICLES (cont.)
82. U. Oren, Y. Benayahu, H. Lubinevsky, Y. Loya

Colony integration during regeneration un the stony coral Favia favus.



Ecology, Vol. 82, 2001 (pp. 802-813)
83. G. Rilov, Y. Benayahu, A. Gasith

Low abundance and skewed population structure of the whelk Stramonita haemastoma along the Israeli Mediterranean coast



Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser.,Vol. 218, 2001 (pp. 189-202)

84. O. Barneah, Z. Malik, Y. Benayahu


Attachment to substrate in soft coral fragments: desmocyte development, structure, and

function

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