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XUE Hongwei, Ph.D., Professor

Molecular mechanisms of plant hormones and seed development
Website: http://www.plantsignal.cn


Wang Y, Chu YJ, and Xue HW*. Inositol polyphosphate 5-phosphatase-controlled Ins(1,4,5)P3/Ca2+ is crucial for maintaining pollen dormancy and regulating early germination of pollen. Development, 2012, 139, 2221-2233.

Mei Y, Gao HB, Yuan M, and Xue HW*. Arabidopsis ARCP protein CSI1, which is required for microtubule stability, is necessary for root and anther development. The Plant Cell, 2012, 24, 1066-1080.

Yin LL, Xue HW*. MADS29 regulates the degradation of the nucellus and the nucellar projection during rice seed development. The Plant Cell, 2012, 24, 1049-1065.

Wu GZ, Xue HW*. Arabidopsis β-ketoacyl-[acyl carrier protein] synthase I (KASI) is crucial for fatty acid synthesis and plays a role in chloroplast division and embryo development. The Plant Cell, 2010, 22: 3726-3744.

Dai C, Xue HW*. Rice EARLY FLOWERING1, a CKI, phosphorylates DELLA protein SLR1 to negatively regulate GA signaling. EMBO J, 2010, 29, 1916-1927.

Zhang GH, Xu Q, Zhu XD, Qian Q, Xue HW*. SHALLOT-LIKE1 is a KANADI transcription factor that modulates rice leaf rolling by regulating leaf abaxial cell development. The Plant Cell, 2009, 21, 719-735. (Cover)

Xue LJ, Zhang JJ, Xue HW*. Characterization and expression profiles of miRNAs in rice seeds. Nucleic Acids Research, 2009, 37, 916-930.

Chen X, Lin WH, Wang Y, Luan S, Xue HW*. An inositol polyphosphate 5-phosphatase functions in phototropin1 signaling in arabidopsis by altering cytosolic Ca2+. The Plant Cell, 2008, 20, 353-366.

Wu GZ, Shi QM, Niu Y, Xing MQ, Xue HW*. Shanghai RAPESEED Database: a resource for functional genomics studies of seed development and fatty acid metabolism of Brassica. Nucleic Acids Research, 2008, 36, D1044-D1047.

Li G, Xue HW*. Arabidopsis PLDζ2 regulates vesicle trafficking and is required for auxin response. The Plant Cell, 2007, 19, 281-295.

Lou Y, Gou JY, Xue HW*. AtPIP5K9, an Arabidopsis phosphatidylinositol monophosphate kinase, interacts with a cytosolic invertase to negatively regulate sugar-mediated root growth. The Plant Cell, 2007, 19, 163-181.

Li L, Xu J, Xu ZH, Xue HW*. Brassinosteroids stimulate plant tropisms through modulation of polar auxin transport in Brassica and Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell, 2005, 17, 2738-2753.

Yang XH, Xu ZH, Xue HW*. Arabidopsis membrane steroid-binding protein 1 (MSBP1) is involved in inhibition of cell elongation. The Plant Cell, 2005, 17, 116-131.


Yao HY, Xue HW*. Signals and mechanisms affecting vesicular trafficking during root growth. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 2011, 14, 571-579.

Xue HW*, Chen X, Mei Y. Function and regulation of phospholipid signaling in plants. Biochem J, 2009, 421, 145-156.

Xue HW*, Chen X, Li G. Involvement of phospholipid signaling in plant growth and hormone effects. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 2007, 10, 483-489.




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