Chulmin Kim

Post-doctoral Researcher

Group Leader

Professor Nicholas Harberd

Research Area

Plant developmental biology.

Research Description

In my research, I am investigating the nutrient use efficiency (NUE) of crop plants. By characterising the functionally conserved genes associating nutrient transporter and HY5 between dicot (Arabidopsis thaliana) and monocot (Oryza sativa), I am uncovering the molecular function of HY5 which would allow for improving crop yields.

Publications

  1. Xuan YH, Duan FY, Je BI, Kim CM, Li TY, Liu JM, Park SJ, Cho JH, Kim TH, von Wiren N, Han CD. (2017) Related to ABI3/VP1-Like 1 (RAV1) regulates brassinosteroid-mediated activation of AMT1:2 in rice (Oryza sativa). J Exp Bot. 68(3):727-737.          
  2. Kim CM, Han CD, Dolan L. (2017) RSL class I genes positively regulate root hair development in Oryza sativa. New Phytologist. 213:313-324
  3. Kim CM, Dolan L. (2016) ROOT HAIR DEFECTIVE SIX-LIKE Class I Genes Promote Root Hair Development in the Grass Brachypodium distachyon. PLoS Genet. 12(8):e1006211.
  4. Xuan YH*, Kim CM*, Je BI, Liu JM, Li TY, Lee G-S, Kim TH, Han CD. Transposon Ds-Mediated Insertional Mutagenesis in Rice (Oryza sativa). (2016) Current Protocols in Plant Biology: *Xuan YH and Kim CM contributed equally to this work.
  5. Chandran AKN, Priatama RA, Kumar V, Xuan Y, Je BI, Kim CM, Jung KH, Han CD. (2016) Genome-wide transcriptome analysis of expression in rice seedling roots in response to supplemental nitrogen. Journal of Plant Physiology. 200:62-75.