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Kim, Yang-Seon

TitleMechanical Engr Postdoc Fellow
InstitutionLawrence Berkeley National Lab
DepartmentBldg Technology Urban Systems
Address1 Cyclotron Road
Berkeley CA 94720
Phone510/495-2321
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    1. Yun H, Lim S, Kim Y, Lee Y, Lee S, Lee D, Park K, Sung J. Diurnal changes in CN metabolism and response of rice seedlings to UV-B radiation. J Plant Physiol. 2018 Mar 13; 228:66-74. PMID: 29870880.
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    2. Kim Y, Ranathunge K, Lee S, Lee Y, Lee D, Sung J. Composite Transport Model and Water and Solute Transport across Plant Roots: An Update. Front Plant Sci. 2018; 9:193. PMID: 29503659.
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    3. Ranathunge K, Kim Y, Wassmann F, Kreszies T, Zeisler V, Schreiber L. The composite water and solute transport of barley (Hordeum vulgare) roots: effect of suberized barriers. Ann Bot. 2017 03 01; 119(4):629-643. PMID: 28065927.
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    4. Ryu J, Hwang BG, Kim Y, Lee SJ. Direct observation of local xylem embolisms induced by soil drying in intact Zea mays leaves. J Exp Bot. 2016 04; 67(9):2617-26. PMID: 26946123; PMCID: PMC4861012.
    5. Zarebanadkouki M, Kim Y, Carminati A. Where do roots take up water? Neutron radiography of water flow into the roots of transpiring plants growing in soil. New Phytol. 2013 Sep; 199(4):1034-44. PMID: 23692148.
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    6. Kim Y, Steudle E. Gating of aq├╣aporins by light and reactive oxygen species in leaf parenchyma cells of the midrib of Zea mays. J Exp Bot. 2009; 60(2):547-56. PMID: 19088335; PMCID: PMC2651454.
    7. Kim Y, Steudle E. Light and turgor affect the water permeability (aquaporins) of parenchyma cells in the midrib of leaves of Zea mays. J Exp Bot. 2007; 58(15-16):4119-29. PMID: 18065766.
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