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Xianjun Song
Plant Genetics and Functional Genomics     Professor
1999, BS, Northwest Agricultural University . 2002, MS, Northwest A & F University . 2007, PhD, Institute of Plant Physiology & Ecology, Shanghai Institute for Biological Sciences, CAS . 2007,4-2013,12, Bioscience & Technology Center, Nagoya University, Japan . 2014,1-present, Principal Investigator, Key Laboratory of Plant Molecular Physiology, CAS. He has received several awards including the National Outstanding Doctorial Dissertation in 2009. Progresses made by Dr. X.J. SONG are published in top tier journals, including Nature, Nature Genetics, Genes & Development, and Cell Research.
Tel:010-62836662 E-mail:songxj@ibcas.ac.cn
  • Research Topics
  • Lab Members
  • Leiying Zheng

    Associate Professor
    lyzheng@ibcas.ac.cn
    010-62836577
  • Weijing Wang

    Associate Professor
    wwq0814@ibcas.ac.cn
    010-62836577
  • Qiong Gao

    Research Associate

    010-62836577
  • Dingyi Xu

    Postdoc

  • Yueying Zhang

    Postdoc

  • Peng Cheng

    PhD student
    chengpeng@ibcas.ac.cn
    010-62836577
  • Ming Ma

    PhD student
    mamingpunk@163.com
    010-62836577
  • Chen Bai

    PhD student
    baichen@ibcas.ac.cn
    010-62836577
  • Xiaohui Feng

    PhD student

  • Ying Wang

    PhD student

  • Lingjie Cao

    MSc student

  • Zequn Liu

    MSc student

  • Ran Liang

    MSc student

Publications
  • Wang WQ, Xu DY, Sui YP, Ding XH, Song XJ*.2022. A multiomic study uncovers a bZIP23-PER1A–mediated detoxification pathway to enhance seed vigor in rice. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 119 (9) e2026355119; https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2026355119
  • Gao Q#, Zhang N#, Wang WQ, Shen SY, Bai C, Song XJ*. 2021. The ubiquitin-interacting motif-type ubiquitin receptor HDR3 interacts with and stabilizes the histone acetyltransferase GW6a to control grain size in rice. Plant Cell, 33: 3331-3347 [下载]
  • Ying JZ, Ma M, Bai C, Huang XH, Liu JL, Fan YY, Song XJ*. 2018. TGW3, a major QTL that negatively modulates grain length and weight in rice. Molecular Plant, 11: 750-753[more]
  • Song XJ*. 2017. Crop seed size: BR matters. Molecular Plant, 10: 668-669[more]
  • Song XJ, Kuroha T, Ayano M, Furuta T, Nagai K, Komeda N, Segami S, Miura K, Ogawa D, Kamura T, Suzuki T, Higashiyamai T, Yamasaki M, Mori H, Inukai Y, Wu JZ, Kitano H, Sakakibara H, Jacobsen S, Ashikari M*. 2015. Rare allele of a novel histone H4 acetyltransferase enhances grain weight, yield and plant biomass in rice. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 112:76-81[more]
  • Seki M, Feugier F, Song XJ, Ashikari M, Nakamura H, Ishiyama K, Yamaya T, Inari-Ikeda M, Kitano H, Satake A*. 2015. A mathematical model of phloem sucrose transport as a new tool for designing rice panicle structure for high grain yield. Plant Cell Physiology, 56: 605-619[more]
  • Qi P#, Lin YL#, Song XJ#, Shen JB, Huang W, Shan JX, Zhu MZ, Jiang LW, Gao JP, Lin HX*. 2012. The novel quantitative trait locus GL3.1 controls rice grain size and yield by regulating cyclin-T1;3. Cell Research, 22: 1666-1680[more]
  • Miura K, Ikeda M, Matsubara A, Song XJ, Ito M, Asano K, Matsuka M, Kitano H, Ashikari M*. 2010. OsSPL14 promotes panicle branching and higher grain productivity in rice. Nature Genetics, 42: 545-550[more]
  • Hattori Y, Nagai K, Furukawa S, Song XJ, Kawano R, Sakakibara H, Wu JZ, Matsumoto T, Yoshimura A, Kitano H, Matsuoka M, Mori H, Ashikari M*. 2009. The ethylene response factors SNORKEL1 and SNORKEL2 allow rice to adapt to deep water. Nature, 460: 1026-1030[more]
  • Song XJ, Matsuoka M*. 2009. Bar the windows: an optimized strategy to survive drought and salt adversities. Genes & Development, 23: 1709-1713[more]
  • Song XJ, Ashikari M*. 2008. Toward an optimum return from crop plants. Rice, 1: 135-143[more]
  • Song XJ#, Huang W#, Shi M, Zhu MZ, Lin HX*. 2007. A QTL for rice grain width and weight encodes a previously unknown RING-type E3 ubiquitin ligase. Nature Genetics, 39: 623-630[more]
  • Key Laboratory of Plant Molecular Physiology, CAS    Copyright 2010 KLPB
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