2015[Chu Lab]

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1.Che R, Tong H, Shi B, Liu Y, Fang S, Liu D, Xiao Y, Hu B, Liu L, Wang H, Zhao M, Chu C (2015) Control of grain size and rice yield by GL2-mediated brassinosteroid responses. Nat. Plants 2: 15195.
Featured with News and Views in Nature Plants by Hirokazu Tsukaya: Yield increase:GRFs provide the key. 2: 15210.
2.Liu L^, Tong H^, Xiao Y, Che R, Xu F, Hu B, Liang C, Chu J, Li J*,Chu C* (2015) Activation of Big Grain1 significantly improves grain size by regulating auxin transport in rice.Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 112(35): 11102-11107 (*Corresponding authors).
3.Chu C (2015) A new era for crop improvement – From model-guided rationale design to practical engineering. Mol. Plant. 8(9): 1299-1301
4.Hu B, Wang W, Ou S, Tang J, Li H, Che R, Zhang Z, Chai X, Wang H, Wang Y, Liang C, Liu L, Piao Z, Deng Q, Deng K, Xu C, Liang Y, Zhang L, Li L, Chu C (2015) Variation in NRT1.1B contributes to nitrate-use divergence between rice subspecies. Nature Genet., 47(7): 834-838.
See Nature Plants News and Views by Chao DY & Lin HX (2015) Nitrogen-use efficiency: Transport solution in rice variations. doi:10.1038/nplants.2015.96.
5.Chen J, Liu X, Wang C, Yin SS, Li XL, Hu WJ, Simon M, Shen ZJ, Xiao Q, Chu CC, Peng XX, Zheng HL (2015) Nitric oxide ameliorates zinc oxide nanoparticles-induced phytotoxicity in rice seedlings. J. Hazard. Mater., 297: 173-182.
6.Xue Y, Chong K, Han B, Gui J, Wang T, Fu X, He Z, Chu C, Tian Z, Cheng Z, Lin S (2015) A new chapter of designer breeding in China: An update on the strategic program of molecular module-based designer breeding systems. Bull. Chin. Acad. Sci. 30(3): 262-271.
7.Liang C, Zheng G, Li W, Wang Y, Hu B, Wang H, Wu H, Qian Y, Zhu XG, Tan DX, Chen SY, Chu C (2015) Melatonin delays leaf senescence and enhances salt stress tolerance in rice. J Pineal Res. 59(1): 91-101..
8.Yin CC, Ma B, Collinge D, Pogson B, He SJ, Xiong Q, Duan KX, Chen H, Yang C, Lu X, Wang YQ, Zhang WK, Chu CC, Sun XH, Fang S, Chu JF, Lu TG, Chen SY, and Zhang JS (2015) Differential regulation of ethylene responses in roots and coleoptiles by a carotenoid isomerase MHZ5-mediated abscisic acid pathway in rice. Plant Cell. 27(4): 1061-1081.
9.Wang W, Zhang L, Li H, Zhang Z, Hu B, Chu C (2015) Recent progress in molecular dissection of nutrient uptake and transport in rice. Sci. Sin. Vitae. 45(6): 569-590.
10.Liang C and Chu C (2015) Towards understanding abscisic acid-mediated leaf senescence. Sci. China Life Sci. 58(5): 506-508.
11.Li X, Liu H, Wang M, Liu H, Tian X, Zhou W, Lv T, Wang Z, Chu C, Fang J and Bu Q (2015) Combinations of four heading date genes determine rice adaptability to Heilongjiang province, northern limit of China. J. Integr. Plant Biol. 57(8): 698-707.
12.Hu B, Wang W, Deng K, Li H, Zhang Z, Zhang L, and Chu C (2015) microRNA399 is involved in multiple nutrient responses in rice. Frontier Plant Sci. 6:188.
13.Hamdani S, Qu M, Xin C, Chu C, Govindjee G, and Zhu X (2015) Variations of photosynthetic parameters in Chinese elite rice revealed by simultaneous measurements of Chlorophyll a fluorescence induction and 820nm transmission signal. J. Plant Physiol. 177: 128-138.
14.Xu F, Fang J, Ou S, Gao S, Zhang F, Du L, Xiao Y, Wang H, Sun X, Chu J, Wang G, and Chu C (2015) Variations in CYP78A13 coding region influence grain size and yield in rice. Plant Cell Environ. 38(4): 800-811.