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Plant Hormone Signaling and Organogenesis
Yuxin Hu     Professor
1984, BS, henan normal university.
1987, MS, Shanxi Agricultural University.
2000, PhD, Institute of Genetics.
2001-2005, Research Fellow. NationalUniversity of Singapore.
2005-present,Professor, Principal Investigator, Plant Hormone Signaling and Organogenesis Lab, Institute of Botany, CAS.
2005, Awarded by the Hundred Talent Program of CAS.
Tel:010-62836650 E-mail:huyuxin@ibcas.ac.cn
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  • Lab Members
  • Yuxin Hu

    Professor
    huyuxin@ibcas.ac.cn
    010-62836650
  • Chongyi Xu

    Associate Professor
    xuchongyi@ibcas.ac.cn
    010-62836950
  • Pei Cao

    Research Associate
    caopei@ibcas.ac.cn
    010-62836950
  • Enjun Xu

    Research Associate
    xuenjun@ibcas.ac.cn
    010-62836950
  • Wei Xin

    Engineer
    xwforever48@ibcas.ac.cn
    010-62836950
  • Huifen Cao

    PhD student
    caohuifeng@ibcas.ac.cn
    010-62836661
  • Cheng Liu

    PhD student
    liucheng250@ibcas.ac.cn
    010-62836950
  • Xiaona Liang

    PhD student
    liangxiaona@ibcas.ac.cn
    010-62836661
  • Ruixue Yu

    PhD student
    yuruixue@ibcas.ac.cn
    010-62836950
  • Liang Chai

    PhD student
    chailiang@ibcas.ac.cn
    010-62836950
  • Shiqi Zhang

    PhD student
    zhangshiqi91@ibcas.ac.cn
    010-62836661
  • Dongxue Yu

    MSc student
    ydx1209@126.com
    010-62836950
  • Hong Zhao

    MSc student
    zhaohongxxxx@163.com
    010-62836950
  • Keran Wu

    MSc student

    010-62836950
Publications
  •  Xu CY, Cao HF,  Zhang QQ, Wang HZ, Xin W, Xu EJ, Zhang SQ, Ruixue Yu RX,  Yu DX,  Hu YX. 2018. Control of auxin-induced callus formation by bZIP59–LBD complex in Arabidopsis regeneration. Nature Plants, 4: 108-115 [more]
  • Xin W, Wang ZC, Liang Y, Wang YH, Hu YX. 2017. Dynamic expression reveals a two-step patterning of WUS and CLV3 during axillary shoot meristem formation in Arabidopsis. Journal of Plant Physiology, 217: 1-6[more]
  • Wang ZC#, Cui DY#, Liu J*, Zhao JB, Liu C, Xin W, Li Y, Liu N, Ren DT, Tang DZ, Hu YX. 2017. Arabidopsis ZED1-related kinases mediate the temperaturesensitive intersection of immune response and growth homeostas. New Phytologist, 255: 711-7245 (#Co-first author)[more]
  • Shang BS*, Xu CY*, Zhang XX, Cao HF, Xin W, Hu YX. 2016. Very-long-chain fatty acids restrict regeneration capacity by confining pericycle competence for callus formation in Arabidopsis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.USA, 113: 5101-5106 (*Co-first author)[more]
  • Qin ZX, Zhang XR, Zhang X, Xin W, Li J, Hu YX. 2014. The Arabidopsis transcription factor IIB-related protein BRP4 is involved in the regulation of mitotic cell-cycle progression during male gametogenesis. Journal of Experimental Botany, 65: 2521-2531[more]
  • Cui DY, Zhao JB, Jing YJ, Fan MZ, Liu J, Wang ZC, Xin W, Hu YX. 2013. The Arabidopsis IDD14, IDD15, and IDD16 cooperatively regulate lateral organ morphogenesis and gravitropism by promoting auxin biosynthesis and transport. PLoS Genetics, 9: e1003759[more]
  • Fan MZ, Xu CY, Xu K and Hu Y. 2012. LATERAL ORGAN BOUNDARIES DOMAIN transcription factors direct callus formation in Arabidopsis regeneration. Cell Research, 22: 1169-1180[more]
  • Hu Y, Bao F and Li J. 2000. Promotive effect of brassinosteroids on cell division involves a distinct CycD3-induction pathway in Arabidopsis. The Plant Journal, 24: 693-701[more]
  • Hu Y, Wang Z, WangY and Li J. 2001. Identification of brassinosteroid responsive genes in Arabidopsis by cDNA array. Science China, 44: 637-643[more]
  • Bao F, Hu Y and Li J. 2002. Identification of auxin responsive genes in Arabidopsis by cDNA array. Chinese Science Bulletin, 47: 548-552[more]
  • Mou Z., Wang X, Fu Z, Dai Y, Han C, Ouyang J, Bao F, Hu Y and Li J. 2002. Silencing of Phosphoethanolamine N-methyltransferase results in temperature-sensitive male sterility and salt hypersensitivity in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell, 14: 2031-2043[more]
  • Hu Y, Xie Q and Chua NH. 2003. The Arabidopsis auxin-inducible gene ARGOS controls lateral organ size. Plant Cell, 15: 1951-1961[more]
  • Hu Y, Wang Y, Liu X, and Li J. 2004. Arabidopsis RAV1 is down-regulated by brassinosteroid and may act as a negative regulator during plant development. Cell Research, 14: 8-15[more]
  • Ge C, Cui X, Wang Y, Hu Y, Fu Z, Zhang D, Cheng Z and Li J. 2006. BUD2, encoding an S-adenosylmethionine decarboxylase, is required for Arabidopsis growth and development. Cell Research, 16: 446-456[more]
  • Hu Y, Poh HM and Chua NH. 2006. The Arabidopsis ARGOS-LIKE gene regulates cell expansion during organ growth. Plant Journal, 47: 1-9[more]
  • Catala F, Ouyang J,Abreu IA, Hu Y, Seo H, Zhang X and Chua NH. 2007. The Arabidopsis E3 SUMO ligase SIZ1 regulates plant growth and drought responses. Plant Cell, 19: 2952-2966[more]
  • Jing Y, Cui D, Bao F, Hu Z, Qin Z and Hu Y. 2009. Tryptophan deficiency affects organ growth by retarding cell expansion in Arabidopsis. Plant Journal, 57: 511-521[more]
  • Hu Z, Zhang X, Qin Z, and Hu Y. 2010. Arabidopsis SMO2 regulates seed germination and ABA response. Plant Signaling & Behavior, 5: 325-327[more]
  • Liu CM and Hu Y. 2010. Plant stem cells and their regulations in shoot apical meristem. Frontier Biology, 5: 417–423[more]
  • Hu Z, Qin Z, Wang M, Xu C, Feng G, Liu J, Meng Z and Hu Y. 2010. The Arabidopsis SMO2, a homologue of yeast TRM112, modulates progression of cell division during organ growth. The Plant Journal, 61: 600-610[more]
  • Feng G, Qin Z, Yan J, Zhang X and Hu Y. 2011. Arabidopsis ORGAN SIZE RELATED1 regulates organ growth and final organ size in orchestration with ARGOS and ARL. New Phytologist, 191: 635-646[more]
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