Publications+ more

(2020) SHORTROOT-mediated intercellular signals that coordinate the phloem development process in Arabidopsis roots, The Plant Cell
(2019) Identification of conserved gene regulatory networks that integrate environmental sensing and growth in the root cambium, BioRxiv Preprint Server
(2019) Transcriptional regulatory framework for vascular cambium development in Arabidopsis roots, Nature Plants
(2019) Reprogramming of the cambium regulators during adventitious root development upon wounding of storage tap roots in radish (Raphanus sativus L.)., Biology Open
(2017) Push–pull strategy in the regulation of postembryonic root development, Current Opinion in Plant Biology
(2016) HAWAIIAN SKIRT regulates the quiescent center-independent meristem activity in Arabidopsis roots, Physiologia Plantarum
(2015) AINTEGUMENTA and the D-type cyclin CYCD3;1 regulate root secondary growth and respond to cytokinins, Biology Open
(2015) Cytokinin-dependent secondary growth determines root biomass in radish (Raphanus sativus L.), Journal of Experimental Botany
(2015) PHABULOSA Controls the Quiescent Center-independent Root Meristem Activities in Arabidopsis thaliana, PLOS Genetics
(2014) Intercellular trafficking of transcription factors in the vascular tissue patterning, Physiologia Plantarum

Welcome to the
"Plant Systems Genetics Lab"

The Ji-Young Lee Lab aims to understand principal mechanisms that underlie cell division and patterning during plant growth and development. The lab has been focusing on the patterning and growth of vascular tissues from its stem cell population, procambium/cambium. We use combinations of genetics and genomics approaches to uncover key gene regulatory programs and interesting signaling processes.