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12023Arabidopsis ACT DOMAIN REPEAT9 represses glucose signaling pathwaysLiao, HS; Chen, YJ; Hsieh, WY; Li, YC; Hsieh, MH Plant physiology 192(2), 1532-1547
22022THIAMIN REQUIRING2 is involved in thiamin diphosphate biosynthesis and homeostasisHsieh, WY; Wang, HM; Chung, YH; Lee, KT; Liao, HS; Hsieh, MH The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology 111(5), 1383-1396
32022The Arabidopsis glutamine synthetase2 mutants (gln2-1 and gln2-2) do not have abnormal phenotypesLee, KT; Chung, YH; Hsieh, MH Plant physiology 189(4), 1906-1910
42022Glutamate: A multifunctional amino acid in plantsLiao, HS; Chung, YH; Hsieh, MH Plant science : an international journal of experimental plant biology 318, 111238
52022Nitrogen deficiency- and sucrose-induced anthocyanin biosynthesis is modulated by HISTONE DEACETYLASE15 in ArabidopsisLiao, HS; Yang, CC; Hsieh, MH Journal of experimental botany 73(11), 3726-3742
62020The rice PALE1 homolog is involved in the biosynthesis of vitamin B1Hsieh, Ping‐Han; Chung, Yi‐Hsin; Lee, Kim‐Teng; Wang, Shi‐Yun; Lu, Chung‐An; Hsieh, Ming‐Hsiun Plant Biotechnology Journal 19(2), 218-220
72020The lineage and diversity of putative amino acid sensor ACR proteins in plantsLiao, Hong-Sheng; Chung, Yi-Hsin; Chardin, Camille; Hsieh, Ming-Hsiun Amino Acids 52, 649-666
82017Identification of early ammonium nitrate-responsive genes in rice roots.Yang, HC; Kan, CC; Hung, TH; Hsieh, PH; Wang, SY; Hsieh, WY; Hsieh, MH SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 7, 16885
92017The Arabidopsis thiamin-deficient mutant pale green1 lacks thiamin monophosphate phosphatase of the vitamin B1 biosynthesis pathway.Hsieh, WY; Liao, JC; Wang, HT; Hung, TH; Tseng, CC; Chung, TY; Hsieh, MH PLANT JOURNAL 91(1), 145-157
102017Exogenous glutamate rapidly induces the expression of genes involved in metabolism and defense responses in rice roots.Kan, CC; Chung, TY; Wu, HY; Juo, YA; Hsieh, MH BMC GENOMICS 18, 186
112009Starch synthesis in Arabidopsis is achieved by spatial cotranscription of core starch metabolism genes.Tsai, HL; Lue, WL; Lu, KJ; Hsieh, MH ; Wang, SM; Chen, J Plant Physiology 151(3), 1582-1595