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Mingyi Bai
Phone number: 0531-88362391
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E-mail: baimingyi@sdu.edu.cn
Title: Professor

Education

2003.9-2007.7, Ph.D., Botany, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China;

2000.9-2003.7, M.S., Botany, Shenyang Agricultural University, Shenyang, China;

1996.9-2000.7, B.S., Botany, Shanxi Agricultural University, Taigu, China.

Professional Research Experience

2013.3- Present, Professor, Shandong University, Jinan, China;

2012.7-2013.3, Research Scientist, Carnegie Institution for Science, Stanford, CA, USA;

2008.6-2012.7, Postdoctoral Researcher, Carnegie Institution for Science, Stanford, CA, USA;

2007.7-2008.6, Research Assistant, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China;

Research Interests

The research of my laboratory is mainly focused on how plant steroid hormone, brassinosteroid, regulates plant growth, development and stress responses. We use a combinatory approach of biochemistry, genetics, genomics and proteomics in both model system Arabidopsis and major crop maize to uncover

(1) how brassinosteroid integrates developmental and environmental signals to regulate plant growth and stress responses,

(2) how brassinosteroid regulates stem cell maintenance and differentiation,

(3) how brassinosteroid orchestrates the plant architecture to control the crop yield.

Research Grants

2017.1-2020.12, Functional study of brassinosteroid effects on the initiation and differentiation of the Axillary Meristem, National natural science foundation of china (NSFC), 31670284, PI;

2015.1-2018.12, Brassinosteroid and circadian rhythms interplay to regulate the trade-off between plant growth and immunity, National natural science foundation of china (NSFC), 31470376, PI;

2015.1-2017.12, Developmental and environmental signals regulation of stem cell maintenance and differentiation, National major basic research program, 2013CB967300, Co-I;

2014.7-2019.7, Regulator networks of plant growth and immunity, Young One Thousand-talent Scientist, 11200084963002, PI ;

2013.3-2016.3, Functional study on brassinosteroid signal transduction, Qilu Young Scientist, 11200083963009, PI;

Publications

1. Min Fan, Minmin Wang andMing-Yi Bai*. (2016) Diverse roles of SERK family genes in plant growth, development and defense response.Science China Life Sciences. DOI: 10.1007/s11427-016-0048-4

2. Zhenhua Liu, Juan Li, Long Wang, Qiang Li, Qing Lu, Yanchong Yu, Shuo Li,Ming-Yi Bai, Yuxin Hu and Fengning Xiang. (2016). Repression of callus initiation by the miRNA-directed interaction of auxin–cytokinin in Arabidopsis thaliana.The Plant Journal. DOI: 10.1111/tpj.13211

3. Wen-Fei Wang,Ming-Yi Bai, and Zhi-yong Wang*. (2014) The brassinosteroid signaling network - a paradigm of signal integration.Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 21:147-153.

4. Min Fan#,Ming-Yi Bai#,Jung-Gun Kim, Tina Wang, Eunkyoo Oh, Lawrence Chen, Chan Ho Park, Seung-Hyun Son, Seong-Ki Kim, Mary Beth Mudgett and Zhi-Yong Wang*. (2014). The bHLH Transcription Factor HBI1 Mediates the Trade-Off between Growth and Pathogen-Associated Molecular Pattern–Triggered Immunity in Arabidopsis.The Plant Cell. 26(2): 828-41. (#equal contribution).

5. Eunkyoo Oh, Jia-Ying Zhu,Ming-Yi Bai, Rafael Augusto Arenhart, Yu Sun and Zhi-Yong Wang*. (2014). Cell elongation is regulated through a central circuit of interacting transcription factors in the Arabidopsis hypocotyl.Elife. 3:e03031

6. Cui Zhang,Ming-Yi Bai, Kang Chong*. (2014). Brassinosteroid-mediated regulation of agronomic traits in rice.Plant Cell Reports. 33(5): 683-696.

7. Chunming Wang, Jian-Xiu Shang, Qi-Xiu Chen, Juan A. Oses-Prieto,Ming-Yi Bai, Yihong Yang, Min Yuan, Yu-Lan Zhang, Cong-Cong Mu, Zhiping Deng, Chuang-Qi Wei, Alma L. Burlingame, Zhi-Yong Wang and Ying Sun*. (2013). Identification of BZR1-interacting Proteins as Potential Components of the Brassinosteroid Signaling Pathway in Arabidopsis through Tandem Affinity Purification.Molecular & Cellular Proteomics. 12(12): 3653-3665.

8.Ming-Yi Bai#, Jian-Xiu Shang#, Eunkyoo Oh, Yang Bai, Min Fan, Rodolfo Zentella, Tai-Ping Sun, and Zhi-Yong Wang*. (2012). Brassinosteroid, Gibberellin and Phytochrome Impinge on a Common Transcription Module in Arabidopsis.Nature Cell Biology. 14: 810-817 (#equal contribution).

9.Ming-Yi Bai, Min Fan, Eunkyoo Oh, and Zhi-Yong Wang*. (2012). A Triple Helix-Loop-Helix/Basic Helix-Loop-Helix Cascade Controls Cell Elongation Downstream of Multiple Hormonal and Environmental Signaling Pathways in Arabidopsis.Plant Cell. 24: 4917-4929.

10. Zhi-Yong Wang*,Ming-Yi Bai, Eunkyoo Oh, Jia-Ying Zhu. (2012). Brassinosteroid Signaling Network and Regulation of PhotomorphogenensisAnnual Review of Genetics. 46: 701-724.

11. Joshua M. Gendron, Jiang-Shu Liu, Min Fan,Ming-Yi Bai, Stephan Wenkel, Patricia S. Springer, M.K. Barton, Zhi-Yong Wang*. (2012). Brassinosteroids Regulate Plant Architecture by Repressing Organ Boundary Identity Genes.Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 109 (51): 21152-21157.

12. Xi-Ying Fan, Yu Sun, Dong-Mei Cao,Ming-Yi Bai, Xiao-Min Luo, Chuangqi Wei, Hongjuan Yang, Shengwei Zhu, Ying Sun, Kang Chong and Zhi-Yong Wang*. (2012). BZS1, a B-box Protein, Promotes Photomorphogenesis Downstream of both Brassinosteroid and Light Signaling Pathways.Molecular Plant. 5 (3): 65-74.

13. Feng-Ru Wang,Ming-Yi Bai, Zhiping Deng, Oses-Priqeto JA, Burlingame AL, Tie-Gang Lu, Kang Chong, Zhi-Yong Wang*. (2010). Proteomic Study Identifies Proteins Involved in Brassinosteroid Regulation of Rice Growth.Journal of Integrative Plant Biology. 52 (12): 1075-1085.

14. Yu Sun, Xi-Ying Fan, Dong-Mei Cao, Wenqiang Tang, Hun He, Jia-Ying Zhu, Jun-Xian He,Ming-Yi Bai, Shen-Wei Zhu, Eunkyoo Oh, Sunita Patil, Tae-Wuk Kim, Ji H, Wong WH, Rhee SY, Zhi-Yong Wang*. (2010). Integration of Brassinosteroid Signal Transduction with the Transcription Network for Plant Growth Regulation in Arabidopsis.Developmental Cell.19(5:) 756-777.

15. Li-Ying Zhang#,Ming-Yi Bai#, Jianxia Wu#, Jia-Ying Zhu, Hao Wang, Zhiguo Zhang, Wenfei Wang, Yu Sun, Jun Zhao, Xuehui Sun, Hongjuan Yang, Yunyuan Xu, Soo-Hwan Kim, Shozo Fujioka, Wen-Hui Lin, Kang Chong, Tiegang Lu, Zhi-Yong Wang*. (2009). Antagonistic HLH/bHLH Transcription Factors Mediate Brassinosteroid Regulation of Cell Elongation and Plant Development in Rice and Arabidopsis.Plant Cell. 21(12): 3767-3780 (#equal contribution).

16. Zhi-Yu Peng, Xin Zhou, Linchuan Li, Xiangchun Yu, Hongjiang Li, Zhiqiang Jiang, Guangyu Cao,Ming-Yi Bai, Cingchun Wang, Caifu Jiang, Haibin Lu, Xianhui Hou, Lijia Qu, Zhi-Yong Wang, Jianru Zuo, Xiangdong Fu, Zhen Su, Songgang Li, Hongwei Guo*. (2009). Arabidopsis Hormone Database: a Comprehensive Genetic and Phenotypic Information Database for Plant Hormone Research in Arabidopsis. Nucleic Acids Research. 37, D975-D982.

17.Ming-Yi Bai, Li-Ying Zhang, Srinicas S. Gampala, Sheng-Wei Zhu, Wen-Yuan Song, Kang Chong*, Zhi-Yong Wang*. (2007). Functions of OsBZR1 and 14-3-3 Proteins in Brassinosteroid Signaling in Rice.Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.104 (34): 13839-13844.

18. Srinivas S Gampala, Tae-Wuk Kim, Jun-Xian He, Wenqiang Tang, Zhiping Deng,Ming-Yi Bai, Shenheng Guan, Sylvie Lalonde, Ying Sun, Joshua M, Gendron, Huanjing Chen, Nakako Shibagaki, Robert J Ferl, David Ehrhardt, Kang Chong, Alma L Burlingame, Zhi-Yong Wang*. (2007). An Essential Role for 14-3-3 Proteins in Brassinosteroid Signal Transduction in Arabidopsis.Developmental Cell. 13(2): 177-189.

19. Ming Xu,Ming-Yi Baiand Yutang Wei. (2007). Changes in Endogenous Hormone between B. campestris ssp. Chinensis Var. purpurea Hort. CMS Lines and Their Maintainer Line at Different Development Stages.Acta Agriculturae Boreali-Occidentalis Sinica. 16(3): 124-127, 135.

20. Zhi-Yong Wang*, Qiaomei Wang, Kang Chong, Fengru Wang, Lei Wang,Ming-Yi Bai, Chengguo Jia. (2006). The Brassinosteroid Signal Transduction Pathway.Cell Research. 16, 427-434.

21. Ming Xu*, Yutang Wei,Ming-Yi Bai. (2006). Cytomorphological Studies on Anther Development of Radish Cytoplasmic Male Sterile Llines in Purple Caitai.Acta Agriculturae Boreali-Sinica, 21:58-62.

22. Ming Xu*,Ming-Yi Baiand Yutang Wei. (2003). Transfer Male Sterile Gene of Chinese Cabbage toInbred Line 97A407.China Vegetable. 2:8-10.

Selected Awards and Scholarships

2014, Young One Thousand-talent Scientist

2012, Qilu Young Scientist

2009, Excellent Ph.D. Dissertation Award of CAS

2007, Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Institute of Botany, CAS

2005-2007, First-class Scholarship for Graduate Student, Institute of Botany, CAS


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