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Jeong Jae Cheol(Professor)

INFO

  • AffiliationKRIBB School
  • Majors Biotechnology
    (Environmental Biotechnology)
  • Contact Information063-570-5192
  • Major분자생물학
  • DegreePh.D.
  • Highest Level of Education경상대학교
  • E-Mail

Field of Research

environmental stress, genomics, transcriptome, transgenic crops

Research Results

-  Jeong et al./ Involvement of Arabidopsis HOS15 in histone deacetylation and cold tolerance /PNAS/ 2008 -  Kim et al. / Cloning and characterization of an Orange gene that increases carotenoid accumulation and salt stress tolerance in transgenic / PLANT PHYSIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY / 2013 -  Park et la / Molecular characterization of two ethylene response factor genes in sweetpotato that respond to stress and activate the / JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY / 2012

Treatise

-  Overexpression of codA gene confers enhanced tolerance to abiotic stresses in alfalfa[PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY,2014-10-27] -  Transgenic alfalfa plants expressing AtNDPK2 exhibit increased growth and tolerance to abiotic stresses[ PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY,2014-09-22] -  Down-regulation of sweetpotato lycopene β-cyclase gene enhances tolerance to abiotic stress in transgenic calli[ MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REPORTS,2015-02-24] -  Differential responses of three sweetpotato metallothionein genes to abiotic stress and heavy metals[ MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REPORTS,2014-10-02] -  Responses of sweet potato peroxidases to sodium nitroprusside-mediated nitric oxide[JOURNAL OF PLANT BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY,2014-10-06] -  Transgenic alfalfa plants expressing the sweetpotato Orange gene exhibit enhanced abiotic stress tolerance[PLOS ONE,2015-05-14] -  Transgenic poplar expressing Arabidopsis YUCCA6 exhibits auxin-overproduction phenotypes and increased tolerance to abiotic stress[ PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY,2015-05-26] -  A comparative study of proteomic differences between pencil and storage roots of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.)[ PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY,2015-01-07] -  Enhanced accumulation of carotenoids in sweetpotato plants overexpressing IbOr-Ins gene in purple-fleshed sweetpotato cultivar[ PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY,2014-12-18] -  Diverse antioxidant enzyme levels in different sweetpotato root types during storage root formation[ PLANT GROWTH REGULATION,2015-01-26] -  Overexpression of the IbMYB1 gene in an orange-fleshed sweet potato cultivar produces a dual-pigmented transgenic sweet potato with improved antioxidant activity[ PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM,2014-04-14] -  Expression of both CuZnSOD and APX in chloroplasts enhances tolerance to sulfur dioxide in transgenic sweet potato plants[ COMPTES RENDUS BIOLOGIES,2015-05-26] -  Overexpression of the sweet potato IbOr gene results in the increased accumulation of carotenoid and confers tolerance to environmental stresses in transgenic potato[ COMPTES RENDUS BIOLOGIES,2014-12-24] -  Orange protein has a role in phytoene synthase stabilization in sweetpotato[SCIENTIFIC REPORTS,2016-11-08] -  Molecular characterization of biotic and abiotic stress-responsive MAP kinase genes, IbMPK3 and IbMPK6, in sweetpotato[ PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY,2016-07-12] -  Molecular characterization of tocopherol biosynthetic genes in sweetpotato that respond to stress and activate the tocopherol production in tobacco[ PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY,2016-05-13] -  Transgenic poplar expressing codA exhibits enhanced growth and abiotic stress tolerance[ PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY,2016-01-25] -  Transgenic potato plants expressing the cold-inducible transcription factor SCOF-1 display enhanced tolerance to freezing stress[ PLANT BREEDING,2016-09-13] -  A Leaf-inhabiting endophytic bacterium, Rhodococcus sp. KB6, enhances sweet potato resistance to black rot disease caused by Ceratocystis fimbriata[JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY,2016-03-09] -  Transcriptome profiling of sweetpotato tuberous roots during low temperature storage[ PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY,2017-01-09]