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15-Jan-2010Pin1At Encoding a Peptidyl-Prolyl cis/trans Isomerase Regulates Flowering Time in ArabidopsisWang, Y. ; Liu, C.; Yang, D. ; Yu, H. ; Liou, Y.-C. 
2016Pin1At regulates PIN1 polar localization and root gravitropismXi, W ; Gong, X ; Yang, Q ; Yu, H ; Liou, Y.-C 
Oct-2003Post-transcriptional gene silencing in plants by RNAYu, H. ; Kumar, P.P. 
19-May-2009Regulation of Floral Patterning by Flowering Time GenesLiu, C.; Xi, W.; Shen, L.; Tan, C.; Yu, H. 
Feb-2004Repression of AGAMOUS-LIKE 24 is a crucial step in promoting flower developmentYu, H. ; Ito, T.; Wellmer, F.; Meyerowitz, E.M.
2018Site-specific phosphorylation of TRANSPARENT TESTA GLABRA1 mediates carbon partitioning in Arabidopsis seedsLi C. ; Zhang B. ; Chen B.; Ji L. ; Yu H. 
2002Spatial and temporal expression of the orchid floral homeotic gene DOMADS1 is mediated by its upstream regulatory regionsYu, H. ; Shu, H.Y.; Chong, J.G. 
May-2007Specification of Arabidopsis floral meristem identity by repression of flowering time genesLiu, C.; Zhou, J.; Bracha-Drori, K.; Yalovsky, S.; Ito, T. ; Yu, H. 
1-May-2012STUNTED mediates the control of cell proliferation by GA in arabidopsisLee, L.Y.C.; Hou, X. ; Fang, L.; Fan, S.; Kumar, P.P. ; Yu, H. 
Nov-2007The homeotic protein AGAMOUS controls late stamen development by regulating a jasmonate biosynthetic gene in ArabidopsisIto, T. ; Ng, K.-H.; Lim, T.-S.; Yu, H. ; Meyerowitz, E.M.
15-Jul-2004The homeotic protein AGAMOUS controls microsporogeniesis by regulation of SPOROCYTELESSIto, T.; Wellmer, F.; Yu, H. ; Das, P.; Ito, H.; Alves-Ferreira, M.; Riechmann, J.L.; Meyerowitz, E.M.
Feb-2011The J-domain protein J3 mediates the integration of flowering signals in ArabidopsisShen, L.; Kang, Y.G.G.; Liu, L.; Yu, H. 
1-Oct-2019The MCTP-SNARE Complex Regulates Florigen Transport in ArabidopsisLiu, Lu; LI CHUNYING ; NORMAN TEO ZHI WEI ; Zhang, Bin; YU HAO 
Oct-2011Zinc finger protein5 is required for the control of trichome initiation by acting upstream of zinc finger protein8 in ArabidopsisZhou, Z.; An, L.; Sun, L.; Zhu, S.; Xi, W.; Broun, P.; Yu, H. ; Gan, Y.