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120. THT. Dom, E. Martinoia and Y. Lee* (2018) Functions of ABC transporters in plant growth and development Current Opinion in Plant Biology, DOI: 10.1016/j.pbi.2017.08.003


119. D.Khare, H. Choi, S.U. Huh, B. Bassin, J. Kim, E. Martinoia, K.H. Sohn, K.H Peak, Y. Lee*, J.U. Hwang (2017) Arabidopsis ABCG34 contributes to defense against necrotrophic pathogens by mediating the secretion of camalexin. PNAS. In press.

118. J. Kang, Y. Lee*, H. Sakakibara, E. Martinoia (2017) Cytokinin Transporters: GO and STOP in Signaling. Trends in Plant Science. S1360-1385(17)30043-2.

117. E. J. Lee, M. Oh, J. U. Hwang, Y. Li-Beisson, I. Nishida, Y. Lee* (2017) Seed-specific overexpression of the pyruvate transporter BASS2 increases oil content in Arabidopsis seeds. Frontiers in Plant Science, doi: 10.3389/fpls.2017.00194 

116. J. Zhang, J. U. Hwang, W. Y Song, E. Martinoia, Y. Lee*(2017) Identification of amino acid residues important for the Arsenic resistance function of Arabidopsis ABCC1. FEBS Letters, DOI: 10.1002/1873-3468.12576

115. D.Khare, N. Mitsuda, S. Lee, W.Y. Song, D. Hwang, M. Takagi, E. Martinoia, Y. Lee*, J.U. Hwang (2016) Root avoidance of toxic metals requires the GeBP-LIKE 4 transcription factor in Arabidopsis thaliana. New Phytologist, vol. 213: 1257-1273


114. S.Yim, D.Khare, J.Kang, J.U.Hwang, W.Liang, E.Martinoia, D.Zhang, B.Kang, Y.Lee* (2016) Postmeiotic development of pollen surface layers requires two Arabidopsis ABCG-type transporters. Plant cell reports, 2016, 1-11

113. Y.Yamaoka, D.Achard, S.Jang, B.Legéret, S.Kamisuki, D.Ko, M.Schulz-Raffelt, Y.Kim, W.Y.Song, I.Nishida, Y.Li-Beisson, Y.Lee*, Identification of a Chlamydomonas plastidial 2-lysophosphatidic acid acyltransferase and its use to engineer microalgae with increased oil content. Plant Biotechnology Journal, 14(11), Nov. 2016:2158-2167

112. C.Li, J.Li, K.Chong, K.Harter, Y.Lee*, J.Leung, E.Martinoia, M.Matsuoka, R.Offringa, L.Qu, J.Schroeder and Y.Zhao, Toward a Molecular Understanding of Plant Hormone Actions. Molecular Plant. 2016 January, 9, 1-3

111. J.U.Hwang, W.Y.Song, D.W.Hong, D.H.Ko, Y.Yamaoka, S.Jang, S.Yim, E.J.Lee, D.Khare, K.Kim, M.Palmgren, H.S.Yoon, E.Martinoia, Y.Lee*, Plant ABC Transporters Enable Many Unique Aspects of a Terrestrial Plant's Lifestyle. Molecular Plant. 2016 March. 9(3):338-355


110. Y.J.Oh, H.Kim, S.H.Seo, B.G.Hwang, Y.S.Chang, J.Lee, D.W.Lee, E.J.Sohn, S.J.Lee, Y.Lee*, I.Hwang, Cytochrome b5 Reductase 1 Triggers Serial Reactions that Lead to Iron Uptake in Plants. Molecular plant 9.4 (2016): 501-513

109. D. Lee, D.E.Jeong, H.G.Son, Y.Yamaoka, H.Kim, A.A.Khan, R.Y.Roh, D.W.Lee, Y.Lee*, S.J.Lee, SREBP and MDT-15 protect C.elegans from goucose-induced accelerated aging by preventing accumulation of saturated fat. Genes Dev. 2015 Dec 1;29(23):2490-503

108. W.Y.Song, H.S.Lee, S.R.Jin, D.W.Ko, E.Martinoia, Y.Lee*, G.An, S.N.Ahn, Rice PCR1 influences grain weight and Zn accumulation in grains. Plant Cell Environ. 2015 Nov;38(11):2327-39

107. D. W. Hong, B. W. Jeon, S. Y. Kim, J. U. Hwang, Y. Lee*The ROP2-RIC7 pathway negatively regulates light-induced stomatal opening by inhibiting Exo70B1 in Arabidopsis. New Phytologist, 209.2 (2016): 624-635 DOI: 10.1111/nph.13625

106. L. Borghi, J. Kang, D. H. Ko, Y. Lee*, E. Martinoia,  The role of ABCG-type ABC transporters in phytohormone transport. Biochemical society transactions. 2015 Oct 9, DOI: 10.1042/BST20150106


105. J. Kang, S. Yim, H. Choi, A. Kim, K. P. Lee, L. Lopez-Molina, E. Martinoia,  Y. Lee*, Abscisic acid transporters cooperate to control seed germination. Nature Communications2015 Sep 3. doi:10.1038/ncomms9113

104. S. Jang, Y. Yamaoka, D.H. Ko, T. Kurita, K. Kim, W.Y. Song, J.U. Hwang, B.H. Kang, I. Nishida, Y. Lee*,  Characterization of a Chlamydomonas reinhardtii mutant defective in a maltose transporter. Journal of Plant Biology. 2015. 58.5: 344-351.


103. K. Shin, S. Lee, W.Y. Song, R.A. Lee, I. Lee, K. Ha, J.C. Koo, S. Park, H.G. Nam, Y. Lee, M.S. Soh* Genetic identification of ACC-RESISTANT2 reveals involvement of LHT1 in the uptake of 1-aminocyclopropane carboxylic acid in Arabidopsis thaliana.  Plant and Cell Physiology, 2015 March 12, 56: 572-82. doi: 10.1093/pcp/pcu201.

102. H. Kim, S. H. Jang, S. W. Kim, Y. Yamaoka, D. W. Hong, W. Y. Song, I. Nishida, Y. Li-Beisson, Y. Lee*The small molecule fenpropimorph rapidly converts chloroplast membrane lipids to triacylglycerols in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Frontiers in Microbiology, 2015. Feb 24. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2015.00054


101. W.Y. Song, T. Yamaki, N. Yamaji, D. H. Ko, K. H. Jung, M. F. Kashino, G. An, E. Martinoia, Y. Lee*, and J. F. Ma, A rice ABC transporter, OsABCC1, reduces arsenic accumulation in the grain. PNAS, 2014. September. vol. 111 no.44, 15699-15704, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1414968111

100. W. Y. Song, J. Y. Park, C. Eisenach, M. Maeshima, Y. Lee*, E. Martinoia, ABC transporters and heavy metals. Plant ABC Transporters. 2014. June. vol. 22, p 1-17. 

99. Y. J. Choi, Y. Lee*, J. U. Hwang. Aradidopsis ROP9 and ROP10 GTPases differentially regulate auxin and ABA responses. Jounal of Plant Biology. 2014. August, vol. 57, p245-254

98. D. H. Ko, J. Y. Kang, T. Kiba, J. Y. Park, M. Kojima, J. Do, K. Y.  Kim, M. Kwon, A. Endler, W.Y. Song, E. Martinoia, H. Sakakibara and Y. Lee* Arabidopsis ABCG14 is essential for the root-to-shoot translocation of cytokinin. PNAS, early edition, 2014. April, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1321519111

97. H. Choi, K. Ohyama, Y. Y. Kim, J. Y. Jin, S. B. Lee, Y. Yamaoka, T. Muranaka, M. C. Suh, S. Fujioka and Y. Lee* The role of Arabidopsis ABCG9 and ABCG31 ATP binding cassette transporters in pollen fitness and the deposition of steryl glycosides on the pollen coat. The Plant Cell. 2014 January. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1105/tpc.113.118935




96.W.Y. Song, D.G.Mendoza-Cózatl, Y. Lee*, J.I. Schroeder, S.N.Ahn,H. S.Lee,T.Wicker, E. Martinoia. Phytochelatin-metal(loid) transport into vacuoles shows different substrate preferences in barley and Arabidopsis. Plant Cell Environ. 2013 Nov 8. doi: 10.1111/pce.12227

95. S.W. Kim, H. Kim, D. H. Ko, Y. Yamaoka, M. Otsuru, M. Kawai-Yamada, T. Ishikawa, H. M. Oh, I. Nishida, Y. Li-Beisson. Y. Lee* Rapid induction of lipid droplets in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii and Chlorella vulgaris by Brefeldin A. PlosOne. 2013 December 13. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0081978 


94. Burla B, Pfrunder S, Nagy R, Francisco RM, Lee Y, Martinoia E.Vacuolar Transport of Abscisic Acid Glucosyl Ester Is Mediated by ATP-Binding Cassette and Proton-Antiport Mechanisms in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2013 Nov;163(3):1446-58. doi: 10.1104/pp.113.222547. Epub 2013 Sep 12.


93. G.B. Bak, E.J. Lee, Yuree Lee, M.Kato, S.Segami, H. Sze, M. Maeshima. J.U. Hwang, Y. Lee* Rapid structural changes and acidification of guard cell vacuoles during stomatal closure require phosphatidylinositol 3,5-bisphosphate. The Plant Cell. June 2013(online ver)http://dx.doi.org/10.1105/tpc.113.110411

92. S.W. Kim, Y.Yamaoka, H.Ono, H.Kim, D.Shim, M. Maeshima, E. Martinoia. E.B. Cahoon, I. Nishida, Y. Lee* AtABCA9 transporter supplies fatty acids for lipid synthesis to the endoplasmic reticulum. PNAS. January 8, 2013vol.1102 773-778

91. D.H Shim*, S.W. Kim*, Y. I. Choi, W. Y. Song, J. Y. Park, E. S. Youk, S. C. Jeong, E. Martinoia, E. W. Noh and Y. Lee*  Transgenic poplar trees expressing yeast cadmium factor 1 exhibit the characteristics necessary for the phytoremediation of mine tailing soil. Chemosphere. January 2013. vol.90 no.4 1478-1486.


90. Y.J. Choi, Yuree Lee, S.Y. Kim, Y. Lee*, J.U. Hwang. (2012) Arabidopsis ROP-interactive CRIB motif-containing protein 1 (RIC1) positively regulates auxin signaling and negatively regulates ABA signaling during root development. Plant, Cell & Environment. 19 Nov 2012 (online). DOI: 10.1111/pce.12028

89. Schneider T, Persson DP, Husted S, Schellenberg M, Gehrig P, Y. Lee*, Martinoia E, Schjoerring JK, Meyer S. (2012) A proteomics approach to investigate the process of Zn hyperaccumulation in Noccaea caerulescens (J & C. Presl) F.K.Meyer vol. 73, no. 1 131-142 Plant J. Oct 2012 (online) doi: 10.1111/tpj.12022.

88. Alejandro S, Lee Y, Tohge T, Sudre D, Osorio S, Park J, Bovet L, Y. Lee*, Geldner N, Fernie AR, Martinoia E. AtABCG29 is a monolignol transporter involved in lignin biosynthesis. (2012) Curr Biol. 012 Jul 10;22(13):1207-12. Epub 2012 Jun 14.

87. Jaoon Y. H. Kim, J. W. Lee, W. S. Lee, H. H. Ha, M. Vendrell, Jacqueline T. Bork, Y. Lee*, and Young-Tae Chang Combinatorial Solid-Phase Synthesis of 4,6-Diaryl and 4-Aryl, 6-Alkyl-1,3,5-triazines and Tieir Application to Effeient Biofuel Production ACS Comb. Sci. 2012, 14, 395?398


86. W.Y.Song, K.S.Choi, D.A.Alexis, E. Martinoia, Y. Lee* Brassica juncea plant cadmium resistance 1 protein (BjPCR1) facilitates the radial transport of calcium in the root PNAS, December 6. 2011. vol.108 no.49 19808-19813

85. T.Kretzschmar, B.Burla, Y.Lee. E.Martinoia and R. Nagy. Functions of ABC transporters in plants. Essay in Biochemistry volume 50 2011

84. Yasuyo Yamaoka, Yanbo Yu, Junya Mizoi, Yuki Fujiki, Kyoko Saito, Masahiro Nishijima, Y. Lee* and Ikuo Nishida. PHOSPHATIDYLSERINE SYNTHASE1 is required for microspore development in Arabidopsis thaliana The Plant Journal August 2011

83. Mohammed Shafi Ullah Bhuiyan, S.R. Min, W.J. Jeong, Sayeda Sultana, K.S. Choi, Y. Lee* , Jang R. Liu. Overexpression of AtATM3 in Brassica juncea confers enhanced heavy metal tolerance and accumulation Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult, 5 May 2011

82. J.Y. Park, W.Y. Song, D.H. Ko, Y.J. Eom, Thomas H. Hansen, Michaela Schiller, T. G. Lee, Enrico Martinoia and Y. Lee* The phytochelatin transporters AtABCC1 and AtABCC2 mediate tolerance to cadmium and mercury. The Plant Journal 25 october 2011

81. W.Y. Song, S.Hortensteiner, R.Tomioka, Y. Lee* and Enrico Martinoia. Common Functions or Only Phylogenetically Related? The Large Family of PLAC8 Motif-Containing/PCR Genes. Molecules and Cells 31,1-7, January 31, 2011

80. J.U. Hwang, B.W. Jeon, D.W. Hong, Y. Lee* Active ROP2 GTPase inhibits ABA- and CO2-induced stomatal closure. Plant Cell & Environment 2011, 34, 2172-2182

79. J.H. Kang, J.Y. Park, H. J. Choi, Bo Burla, Tobias Kretzschmar, Y. Lee* and Enrico Martinoia. Plant ABC transporters, The Arabidopsis book 2011; 9: e0153 december 6

78. H.J Choi, J.Y. Jin, S. B. Choi, J. U Hwang, Y. Y. Kim, M. C. Suh*, Y. Lee*An ABCG/WBC-type ABC transporter is essential for transport of sporopollenin precursors for exine formation in developing pollen. The Plant Journal Volume 65, Issue 2, pages 181-193, January 2011


77. M.S.U. Bhuiyan, S. R. Min, W. J. Jeong, S.Sultana, K.S.Choi, W.Y. Song, Y. Lee, Y.P. Lim, J.R. Liu* Overexpression of a yeast cadmium factor 1 (YCF1) enhances heavy metal tolerance and accumulation in Brassica juncea. Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult (2011) 105:85-91


76. W.Y. Song+, J. Park+, David. G. Mendoza-Cozatl+, M. Suter-Grotemeyer, D.Shim, S. Hortensteiner, M. Geisler, B. Weder, P A. Rea, D. Rentsch, Julian I. Schroeder*, Y. Lee* and E. Martinoia* Arsenic tolerance in Arabidopsis is mediated by two ABCC-type phytochelatin transporters PNAS / December 7, 2010 / vol. 107 / no. 49 (+equal contribution, *equally contributing corresponding authors)

75. W.Y. Song, K.S. Choi, D.Y. Kim, Markus Geisler, J.Y. Park, Vincent Vincenzetti, Maja Schellenberg, S. H. Kim, Y. P. Lim, E.W. Noh, Y. Lee *and E. Martinoia* (2010) Arabidopsis PCR2 Is a Zinc Exporter Involved in Both Zinc Extrusion and Long-Distance Zinc Transport. Plant Cell, 22: 2237-2252. (*equal contribution)

74. D.Y. Kim, J.Y. Jin, Alejandro S, Martinoia E, Lee Y (2010) Overexpression of AtABCG36 improves drought and salt stress resistance in Arabidopsis. Physiologia Plantarum, 139: 170-180.

73. J. Kang, J.U. Hwang, M. Lee, E. Martinoia and Y. Lee (2010) PDR-type ABC transporter mediates cellular uptake of the phytohormone abscisic acid. PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America),107:2355-2360

72. Y. Lee, T. Munnik and Y. Lee (2010) Plant Phosphatidylinositol 3-Kinase. Lipid Signaling in Plants, 95-106.


71. D. Shim, J.U. Hwang, J. Lee, S. Lee, G. An, E. Martinoia and Y. Lee (2009) Orthologs of the class A4 heat shock transcription factor HsfA4a confer Cadmium tolerance in wheat and rice. Plant Cell, 21:4031-4043

70. M. Kawachi, Y. Kobae, H. Mori, R. Tomioka, Y. Lee, M. Maeshima (2009) A Mutant Strain Arabidopsis thaliana That Lacks Vacuolar Membrane Zinc Transporter MTP1 Revealed the Latent Tolerance to Excessive Zinc. Plant and Cell Physiology, 50:1156-1170

69. S. Lee, J. C. Chiecko, S. A Kim, E. L. Walker, Y. Lee, M. L. Guerinot, and G. An (2009) Disruption of OsYSL15 leads to iron inefficiency in rice plants. Plant Physiology, 150:786-800.

68. T. Schneider, M. Schellenberg, S. Meyer, F. Keller, P. Gehrig, K. Riedel, Y. Lee, L. Eberl, and E. Martinoia ( 24 April 2009) Quantitative detection of changes in the leaf-mesophyll tonoplast proteome in dependency of a cadmium exposure of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) plants. Proteomics, 9:2668-2677

67.Y.Y. Kim, H.Choi, Segami S, H.T. Cho, Martinoia E, Maeshima M, Lee Y (2009) AtHMA1 contributes to the detoxification of excess Zn(II) in Arabidopsis. Plant Journal, 58:737-753.


66. Y Lee, Y Lee (2008) Roles of phosphoinositides in regulation of stomatal movements. Plant Signal Behavior, 3:211-3.

65. M. Lee, Y. Choi, Y-Y Kim, BW Jeon, B. Burla, M. Maeshima, J-Y Yoo, E. Martinoia, Y. Lee (2008) The ABC transporter AtABCB14 is a malate importer and modulates stomatal response to CO2. Nature Cell Biology, 10: 1217-1223.

64. J. Seo, H.Y. Lee, H. Choi, Y-W Kim, S. B. Ryu, Y. Lee (2008) Phospholipase A2棺 mediates light-induced stomatal opening in Arabidopsis. Journal of Experimental Botany, 59: 3587-3594.

63. Santelia D, Henrichs S, Vincenzetti V, Sauer M, Bigler L, Klein M, Bailly A, Lee Y, Friml J, Geisler M, Martinoia E, (2008) Flavonoids redirect PIN-mediated polar auxin fluxes during root gravitropic responses. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 283: 31218-31226.

62. J. Park, Y-Y Kim, E. Martinoia, Y. Lee (2008) Long distance transporters of inorganic nutrients in plants. Journal of Plant Biology: 51:240-247

61. Y. Lee, E-S Kim, Y. Choi, I. Hwang, C. J. Staiger, Y-Y Chung and Y. Lee (2008) The Arabidopsis phosphatidylinositol-3-kinase is important for pollen development. Plant Physiology, 147: 1886-1897.

60. Y-Y Kim, D-Y Kim, D Shim, W-Y Song, J. Lee, J. I. Schroeder, S. Kim, N. Moran and Y. Lee (2008) Expression of wheat TM20 confers enhanced cadmium tolerance in baker?? yeast. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 283: 15893-15902.

59. Y. Lee, G. Bak, Y. Choi , W-I Chuang, H-T Cho and Y. Lee (2008) Roles of Phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase in root hair growth. Plant Physiology, 147: 624-635.

58. Verrier PJ, Bird D, Burla B, Dassa E, Forestier C, Geisler M, Klein M, Kolukisaoglu U, Lee Y, Martinoia E, Murphy A, Rea PA, Samuels L, Schulz B, Spalding EJ, Yazaki K, Theodoulou FL. (2008) Plant ABC proteins - a unified nomenclature and updated inventory. Trends in Plant Science, 13: 151-159.

57. Y.Choi, Y. Lee, B. Jeon, C.J. Staiger, Y. Lee. (2008) Phosphatidylinositol 3- and 4-phosphate modulate actin filament reorganization in guard cells of day flower. Plant Cell and Environment, 31: 366-377.

56. Jeon BW, Hwang JU, Hwang Y, Song WY, Fu Y, Gu Y, Bao F, Cho D, Kwak JM, Yang Z, Lee Y. (2008) The Arabidopsis small G protein ROP2 is activated by light in guard cells and inhibits light-induced stomatal opening. Plant Cell, 20: 75-87.


55. W-Y. Song, Y-I Choi, D. Shim, D-Y Kim, E-W Noh, E Martinoia, Y. Lee. (2007) Transgenic poplar for phytoremediation. In: Xu Z (Eds): Biotechnology and Sustainable Agriculture 2006 and Beyond, Springer-Verlag, The Netherlands. 265-271

54. Kovermann P, Meyer S, Hrtensteiner S, Picco C, Scholz-Starke J, Ravera S, Lee Y, Martinoia E. (2007) The Arabidopsis vacuolar malate channel is a member of the ALMT family. Plant Journal, 52: 1169-1180.

53. Lee S, Kim YY, Lee Y, An G. (2007) Rice P1B-Type Heavy-Metal ATPase, OsHMA9, Is a Metal Efflux Protein. Plant Physiology, 145: 831-842.

52. Lee Y, Kim YW, Jeon BW, Park KY, Suh SJ, Seo J, Kwak JM, Martinoia E, Hwang I, Lee Y. (2007) Phosphatidylinositol 4,5-bisphosphate is important for stomatal opening. Plant Journal, 52: 803-816.

51. D-Y. Kim, L. Bovet, M. Maeshima, E. Martinoia, Y. Lee. (2007) The ABC transporter AtPDR8 is a cadmium pump conferring heavy metal resistance. Plant Journal, 50: 207-218.


50. D-Y. Kim, L. Bovet, S. Kushnir, E. W. Noh, E. Martinoia, Y. Lee. (2006) AtATM3 is involved in heavy metal resistance in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology, 140: 922-932.

49. E-J. Koh, W-Y. Song, Y. Lee, K.H. Kim, K. Kim, N. Chung, K. Lee, S.-W.-Hong, H. Lee. (2006) Expression of yeast cadmium factor 1(YCF1) confers salt tolerance to Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Science, 170: 534-541


48. M. Lee, K. Lee, J. Lee, E. W. Noh, and Y. Lee. (2005) AtPDR12 Contributes to Lead Resistance in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology, 138: 827-36.


47. J. Lee, D. Shim, W.-Y. Song, I. Hwang, and Y. Lee. (2004) Arabidopsis metallothioneins 2a and 3 enhance resistance to cadmium when expressed in Vicia faba guard cells. Plant Molecular Biology. 54: 805-815.

46. W.-Y. Song, E. Martinoia, J. Lee, D. Kim, D.-Y. Kim, E. Vogt, K.S. Choi, I. Hwang and Y. Lee. (2004) A novel family of cysteine-rich membrane proteins mediates cadmium resistance in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology, 135: 1027-1039.

45. J. Jeong, S. Suh, C. Guan, Y.-F. Tsay, N. Moran, C. J Oh, C. S. An, K. Demchenko, K. Pawlowski, and Y. Lee. (2004) A nodule-specific dicarboxylate transporter from Alnus glutinosa is a member of the PTR family. Plant Physiology, 134: 969-978.

44. J. Park, Y. Gu, Y. Lee, Z. Yang, Y. Lee. (2004) Phosphatidic acid induces leaf cell death in Arabidopsis by activating the ROP GTPase-mediated pathway of reactive oxygen species generation. Plant Physiology, 134: 129-136.


43. J. Lee, H. Bae, J. Jeong, J.-Y. Lee, Y.-Y. Yang, I. Hwang, E. Martinoia, and Y. Lee. (2003) Functional expression of a bacterial heavy metal transporter in Arabidopsis enhances resistance to and decreases uptake of heavy metals. Plant Physiology, 133: 589-596.

42. W.-Y. Song, E.J. Sohn, E. Martinoia, Y.J. Lee, Y-Y Yang, M. Jasinski, C. Forestier, I. Hwang and Y. Lee. (2003) Engineering tolerance and accumulation of lead and cadmium in transgenic plants. Nature Biotechnology, 21: 914-919.

41. S. Lee, J. Park and Y. Lee. (2003) Phosphatidic acid induces actin polymerization by activating protein kinases in suspension-cultured soybean cells. Molecules and Cells. 15: 313-319.

40. K.-Y. Park, J.-Y. Jung, J. Park, J.-U. Hwang, Y.-W. Kim, I.Hwang, and Y. Lee. (2003) A role of phosphatidylinositol 3-phosphate in ABA-induced reactive oxygen species generation in guard cells. Plant Physiology, 132: 92-98.


39. J.-Y. Jung, Y.-W. Kim, J.M. Kwak, J.-U. Hwang, J. Young, J. I. Schroeder, I. Hwang and Y. Lee. (2002) Phosphatidylinositol 3- and 4-phosphate are required for normal stomatal movements. Plant Cell, 14: 2397-2412.

38. Y.-Y. Kim, Y.-Y. Yang and Y. Lee. (2002) Pb and Cd uptake in rice roots. Physiologia Plantarum, 116: 368-372.


37. S.O. Eun, Y Lee. (2001) Immuno-Reactant to RhoA antibody co-localizes with cortical actin filaments in guard cells of open stomata in Commelina communis L. Journal of Plant Biology, 44: 157-162.

36. D.-Y. Kim, W.-Y. Song, Y.-Y. Yang, Y. Lee. (2001) The Role of PDR 13 in tolerance to high copper stress in budding yeast. FEBS Letter, 508: 99-102.

35. S. Lee, B. Choi, M. S Kim, Y. Lee. (2001) Fast upward propagation of the wound signal that systemically elevates phosphatidic acid. Journal of Plant Biology, 44: 7-11.

34. S. Lee, H. Hirt, Y. Lee. (2001) Phosphatidic acid activates a wound-activated MAPK in Glycine max. Plant Journal, 26: 479-486.

33. J.-U. Hwang, Y. Lee. (2001) Abscisic acid-induced actin reorganization in guard cells of dayflower is mediated by cytosolic calcium levels and by protein kinase and protein phosphatase activities. Plant Physiology, 125: 2120-2128.

32. S.-O. Eun, S.-H. Bae, Y. Lee. (2001) Cortical actin filaments in guard cells respond differently to abscisic acid in wild-type and abi1-1 mutant Arabidopsis. Planta, 212: 466-469.


31. Y.-Y. Yang, J.-Y. Jung, W.-Y. Song, H.-S. Suh, Y. Lee. (2000) Identification of rice varieties with high tolerance or sensitivity to lead and characterization of the mechnism of tolerance. Plant Physiology, 124: 1019-1026.

30. S.-O. Eun, Y. Lee. (2000) Lead disturbs microtubule organization in root meristem of maize. Physiol. Plant, 110: 357-365.

29. J. Park, H.-J. Choi, S. Lee, T. Lee, Z. Yang, Y. Lee. (2000) Rac-related GTP-binding protein in elicitor-induced reactive oxygen generation by suspension-cultured soybean cells. Plant Physiology, 124: 725-732.

28. S. Suh, N. Moran, Y. Lee. (2000) Blue light activates potassium-efflux channels in flexor cells from Samanea saman motor organs via two mechanisms. Plant Physiology, 123: 833-844.

27. J.-U. Hwang, S.-O. Eun, Y. Lee. (2000) Structure and function of actin filaments in mature guard cells. In: Actin: A Dynamic Framework for Multiple Plant Cell Functions, Baluska, Barlow, Staiger ed. published by Kluwers. pp.427-436.

26. S.-O. Eun, Y. Lee. (2000) Stomatal opening by fusicoccin is accompanied by depolymerization of actin filaments in guard cells. Planta, 210: 1014-1017.


25. S. Lee, H. Choi, S. Suh, I.-S. Doo, K.-Y. Oh, E.-J Choi, A..S. Taylor, P.S. Low, Y. Lee. (1999) Oligogalacturonic acid and chitosan reduce stomatal aperture via inducing the evolution of reactive oxygen species from guard cells of tomato and Commelina communis. Plant Physiology, 121: 147-152.

24. C.-H. Goh, Y. Lee. (1999) Aluminum uptake and Aluminum-induced rapid root growth inhibition of rice seedlings. Journal of Plant Biology, 42: 151-158.


23. S. Kim, Y. Lee. (1998) Aluminum induces changes in the orientation of microtubules and the division plane in root meristem of Zea mays. Journal of Plant Biology, 41: 269-276.

22. S. Suh, Y. Lee. (1998) Possible involvement of phospholipase A2 in light signal transduction of guard cells of Commelina communis L. Physiologia Plantarum, 104: 306-310.


21. S.-O. Eun, Y. Lee. (1997) Actin filaments of guard cells are reorganized in response to light and abscisic acid. Plant Physiology, 115: 1491-1498.

20. J.-U. Hwang, S. Suh, H. Yi, J. Kim, Y. Lee. (1997) Actin filaments modulate both stomatal opening and inward K+ channel activities in guard cells of Vicia faba L. Plant Physiology, 115: 335-342.

19. S. Lee, S. Suh, S. Kim, R. C. Crain, J. M. Kwak, H.-G, Nam, Y. Lee. (1997) Systemic elevation of Phosphatidic acid and lysophospholipid levels in wounded plant. Plant Journal, 12: 547-556.


18. Y. Lee, S. Suh, N. Moran, R. C. Crain. (1996) Phospholipid metabolism and light regulation of stomatal opening and leaf movement. In regulation of plant growth and development by light, W. R. Briggs ed. pp 89-97, published by American Society of Plant Physiologists.

17. H. Yi, D. Park and Y. Lee. (1996) In vivo evidence for the involvement of phospholipase A and protein kinase in the signal transduction pathway for auxin-induced corn coleopile elongation. Physiologia Plantarum, 96: 359-368.

16. Y. Lee, Y. B. Choi, S. Suh, J. Lee, S. M. Assmann, C. O. Joe, J. F. Kelleher, R.C. Crain. (1996) Abscisic acid-induced phosphoinositide turnover in guard cell protoplasts of Vicia faba. Plant Physiology, 110: 987-996.


15. M. Kim, P. K. Hepler, K. S. Ha, Y. Lee. (1995) Actin filaments in mature guard cells are radially distributed and involved in stomatal movement. Plant Physiology, 109: 1077-1084.


14. J. Lee, H. Yi, S. Lee, Y. Lee. (1994) Involvement of G protein in signal transduction process of ABA-induced stomatal closure. Journal of Plant Biology, 37: 429-434.

13. D. K. Kim, H. J. Lee, Y. Lee (1994) Detection of two phospholipase A2 (PLA2) activities in leaves of higher plant Vicia faba and comparison with mammalian PLA2's. FEBS Letters, 343: 213-218.

12. Y. Lee, H. J. Lee, A. Lee, R. C. Crain, S.J. Korn. (1994) Polyunsaturated fatty acids modulate of stomatal aperture and two distinct K+ channel currents in guard cells. Cellular Signalling, 6: 181-186.


11. H. J. Lee, E. B. Tucker, R. C. Crain, Y. Lee. (1993) Stomatal Opening is induced in epidermal peels of Commelina communis L. by GTP analogs or or pertussis toxin. Plant Physiology, 102: 95-100.


10. Y. Lee. (1991) The roles of phosphatidylinositol cycle in plant signal transduction. Biochemistry News, 11: 117-121.

9. Y. Lee and S. M. Assmann. (1991) Diacylglycerols induce both ion pumping in patch-clamped guard-cell protoplasts and opening of intact stomata. PNAS, 88: 2127-2131.


8. Y. Lee. (1990) Ion movements that control pulvinar curvature in nyctinastic legumes. In R. L. Satter, H. L. Gorton, T. C. Vogelmann, eds, The Pulvinus: Motor organ for leaf movement.American Society of Plant Physiologists, 130-140.


7. Y. Lee and R. L. Satter. (1989) Effects of white, blue, red light and darkness on pH of the apoplast in the Samanea pulvinus. Planta, 178: 31-40.


6. R. L. Satter, M. J. Morse, Y. Lee, R. C. Crain, G. G. Cote and N. Moran. (1988) Light-and clock-controlled leaflet movements in Samanea saman: A physiological biophysical and biochemical analysis. Botanica Acta, 101: 205-213.

5. Y. Lee and R. L. Satter. (1988) Effects of temperature on H uptake and release during circadian rhythmic movements of excised Samanea motor organs. Plant Physiology, 86: 352-354.


4. R. L. Satter, Y. B. Chen, S. W. Pacala, and Y. Lee. (1987) Circadian rhythms in Albizzia leaflets of different ages. in proc. of the tenth annual symposium in Botany.Univ.of California, Riverside, 215-222.

3. Y. Lee and R. L. Satter. (1987) H uptake and release during circadian rhythmic movements of excised Samanea moter organs: Effects of mannitol, sorbitol, and external pH. Plant Physiology, 83: 856-862.


2. Y. B. Chen, Y. Lee, R. L. Satter. (1984) Chronobiology of aging in Albizzia julibrissin: I. An automated, computerized system for monitoring leaflet movement; The rhythm in constant darkness. Plant Physiology, 76: 858-860.


1. Y. Lee and R. L. Satter. (1983) Effect of age, water stress, and 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid on leaflet movement in Albizzia julibrissin. Plant Physiology, 71: 669-672.