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    • Axillary Meristem Initiation and Bud Growth in Rice 

      An, Gynheung; Antt Htet Wai (Journal of Plant Biology, 2017)
      The morphology of a plant is not predestined during embryonic development and its myriad branching architecture is post-embryonically determined by axillary meristem (AM) activity as the plant adapts to a varying environment. ...
    • Chromatin interacting factor OsVIL2 increases biomass and rice grain yield 

      Yang, Jungil; Cho, Lae-Hyeon; Yoon, Jinmi; Yoon, Hyeryung; Antt Htet Wai; Hong, Woo-Jong; Han, Muho; Sakakibara, Hitoshi; Liang, Wanqi; Jung, Ki-Hong; Jeon, Jong-Seong; Koh, Hee-Jong; Zhang, Dabing; An, Gynheung (Society for Experimental Biology and The Association of Applied Biologists and John Wiley & Sons, Plant Biotechnology Journal, 2018)
      Grain number is an important agronomic trait. We investigated the roles of chromatin interacting factor Oryza sativa VIN3-LIKE 2 (OsVIL2), which controls plant biomass and yield in rice. Mutations in OsVIL2 led to shorter ...
    • Histone Deacetylase 701 (HDT701) Induces Flowering in Rice by Modulating Expression of OsIDS1 

      Cho, Lae-Hyeon; Yoon, Jinmi; Antt Htet Wai; An, Gynheung (Molecules and Cells, 2018)
      Rice is a facultative short-day (SD) plant in which flowering is induced under SD conditions or by other environmental factors and internal genetic programs. Overexpression of Histone Deacetylase 701 (HDT701) accelerates ...
    • Histone Deacetylase 701 enhances abiotic stress resistance in rice at the seedling stage by suppressing expression of OsWRKY45. 

      Antt Htet Wai; An, Gynheung (2nd Myanmar-Korea conference on Useful Plants, Dagon University, 2018)
      Being sessile organisms, plants need to adapt to unfavorable environmental stresses to modulate their optimal growth and development. When plants are exposed to abiotic stresses, a large number of genes are triggered and ...
    • KNOX Protein OSH15 Induces Grain Shattering by Repressing Lignin Biosynthesis Genes1 

      Yoon, Jinmi; Cho, Lae-Hyeon; Htet Wai Antt; Koh, Hee-Jong; An, Gynheung (Plant Physiology, 2017)
      Seed shattering is an agronomically important trait. Two major domestication factors are responsible for this: qSH1 and SH5. Whereas qSH1 functions in cell differentiation in the abscission zone (AZ), a major role of SH5 ...