Yong Wang
  • State Key Laboratory of Crop Biology, College of Life Sciences, Shandong Agricultural University, China
Research focus
  • Plant science
Personal information


Ph.D in Biology, Plant Molecular Biology, University of Lausanne, 2006

Current Position

Professor, College of Life Sciences, Shandong Agricultural University, Shandong, China


  1. Wang, G., Zhang, S., Ma, X., Wang, Y., Kong, F. and Meng, Q. (2016). A stress-associated NAC transcription factor (SlNAC35) from tomato plays a positive role in biotic and abiotic stresses. Physiol Plant 158(1): 45-64.

  2. Yang, W., Xu, X., Li, Y., Wang, Y., Li, M., Wang, Y., Ding, X. and Chu, Z. (2016). Rutin-Mediated Priming of Plant Resistance to Three Bacterial Pathogens Initiating the Early SA Signal Pathway. PLoS One 11(1): e0146910.
  3. Xu, N., Wang, R., Zhao, L., Zhang, C., Li, Z., Lei, Z., Liu, F., Guan, P., Chu, Z., Crawford, N. M. and Wang, Y. (2016). The Arabidopsis NRG2 Protein Mediates Nitrate Signaling and Interacts with and Regulates Key Nitrate Regulators. Plant Cell 28(2): 485-504.
  4. Kong, F., Deng, Y., Zhou, B., Wang, G., Wang, Y. and Meng, Q. (2014). A chloroplast-targeted DnaJ protein contributes to maintenance of photosystem II under chilling stress. J Exp Bot 65(1): 143-158.
  5. Wang, Y., Ries, A., Wu, K., Yang, A. and Crawford, N. M. (2010). The Arabidopsis Prohibitin Gene PHB3 Functions in Nitric Oxide-Mediated Responses and in Hydrogen Peroxide-Induced Nitric Oxide Accumulation. Plant Cell 22(1): 249-259.
  6. Wang, R., Xing, X., Wang, Y., Tran, A. and Crawford, N. M. (2009). A genetic screen for nitrate regulatory mutants captures the nitrate transporter gene NRT1.1. Plant Physiol 151(1): 472-478.
  7. Wang, Y., Secco, D. and Poirier, Y. (2008). Characterization of the PHO1 gene family and the responses to phosphate deficiency of Physcomitrella patens. Plant Physiol 146(2): 646-656.
  8. Ribot, C., Wang, Y. and Poirier, Y. (2008). Expression analyses of three members of the AtPHO1 family reveal differential interactions between signaling pathways involved in phosphate deficiency and the responses to auxin, cytokinin, and abscisic acid. Planta 227(5): 1025-1036.
  9. Stefanovic, A., Ribot, C., Rouached, H., Wang, Y., Chong, J., Belbahri, L., Delessert, S. and Poirier, Y. (2007). Members of the PHO1 gene family show limited functional redundancy in phosphate transfer to the shoot, and are regulated by phosphate deficiency via distinct pathways. Plant J 50(6): 982-994.
  10. Benveniste, I., Saito, T., Wang, Y., Huang, H., Kandel, S., Pinot, F., Kahn, R. A., Salaun, J. P. and Shimoji, M. (2006). Evolutionary relationship and substrate specificity of Arabidopsis thaliana fatty acid omega-hydroxylase. Plant Science. 170: 326-338.
  11. Benveniste, I., Bronner, R., Wang, Y., Compagnon, V., Michler, P., Schreiber, L., Salaun, J. P., Durst, F. and Pinot, F. (2005). CYP94A1, a plant cytochrome P450-catalyzing fatty acid omega-hydroxylase, is selectively induced by chemical stress in Vicia sativa seedlings. Planta 221(6): 881-890.
  12. Wang, Y., Ribot, C., Rezzonico, E. and Poirier, Y. (2004). Structure and expression profile of the Arabidopsis PHO1 gene family indicates a broad role in inorganic phosphate homeostasis. Plant Physiol 135(1): 400-411.
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