Suhyeon Park's research while affiliated with Sungshin Women's University and other places

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Background and Aims Ongoing global warming is a challenge for humankind. A series of drastic climatic changes have been proven to have occurred throughout the Cenozoic based on a variety of geological evidence, which helps to better understand our planet’s future climate. Notably, extant biomes have recorded drastic environmental shifts. The climat...
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The chloroplast genome of Glycyrrhiza uralensis Fisch was sequenced to investigate intraspecific variations on the chloroplast genome. Its length is 127,689 bp long (34.3% GC ratio) with atypical structure of chloroplast genome, which is congruent to those of Glycyrrhiza genus. It includes 110 genes (76 protein-coding genes, four rRNAs, and 30 tRNA...
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GATA transcription factors (TFs) are widespread eukaryotic regulators whose DNA-binding domain is a class IV zinc fnger motif (CX2CX17–20CX2C) followed by a basic region. We identifed 262 GATA genes (389 GATA TFs) from seven Populus genomes using the pipeline of GATA-TFDB. Alternative splicing forms of Populus GATA genes exhibit dynamics of GATA g...
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We have determined the complete chloroplast genome of Chrysanthemum zawadskii Herbich isolated in Korea. The circular chloroplast genome of C. zawadskii is 151,137 bp long and has four subregions: 83,041 bp of large single copy and 18,350 bp of small single copy regions are separated by 24,873 bp of inverted repeat regions including 133 genes (87 p...
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The chloroplast genome of Abeliophyllum distichum f. lilacinum Nakai, classified to a monotypic in this genus, and an endemic species in Korea, was sequenced to understand the genetic differences among intraspecies and cultivars of A. distichum. The chloroplast genome length is 156,015 bp (GC ratio is 37.8%) and has a typical quadripartite structur...
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Due to the rapid development of sequencing technologies, at least 2,174 plant genomes of 713 species have been sequenced, which are available on the recent released Plant Genome Database (PGD; Release 2.7; http://www.plantgenome.info/). Based on the PGD, 27 of 162 species of widely used herbal plants and 52 of 559 herbal plants listed in the ‘herba...
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Owing to next generation and third generation sequencing technologies, a large amount of plant genomes have been sequenced and released in public. To deal with them systematically and efficiently, Plant Genome Database (PGD; http://www.plantgenome.info/) was established and has been updated more than 4 years. Here, we announced recently updated Rel...
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Premise: A new set of primers was developed for sequencing of whole chloroplast genomes of Magnolia species and gap-filling of unfinished genomes. Methods and results: Two hundred and fifty primers were newly designed based on two previously reported chloroplast genomes from two different genera in Magnoliaceae. A total of 134 primer pairs, incl...
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Magnolia sinica, distributed in Yunnan province of China, is a critically endangered (CR) species based on the IUCN Red List. Here we provide the complete chloroplast (cp) genome sequence of M. sinica. Its length is 159,443 bp with four sub-regions: 88,156 bp of LSC region and 18,748 bp of SSC region are separated by two IR regions (each 26,570 bp)...
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As an endangered species, Magnolia kobus is distributed in Jeju island in Korea with only about 500–1000 individuals. In this study, we presented a complete chloroplast genome of M. kobus which is 159,443 bp and has four sub-regions: 87,484 bp of large single copy and 18,783 bp of small single copy regions are separated by 26,588 bp of inverted rep...
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Cost for plant survey has been dramatically reduced due to the development of mobile technology to obtain pictures with their GPS coordination. We developed a PlantGPS system consisting of an Android application specialized for collecting plant pictures and their locations using mobile devices, a server-side component for uploading data, and a web-...

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... In previous studies, GATA family genes have been demonstrated to affect growth regulation, defense response, and stress tolerance in plants [10,[23][24][25]. To date, GATA family genes have been identified and characterized in A. thaliana, rice [2], and Populus [7]. However, as a representative plant of the order Myrtales, genome-wide analysis of the GATA family has not been performed in Eucalyptus grandis, and the regulatory function of EgrGATA genes remains unclear. ...
... All processes were conducted in the Genome Information System utilized in previous studies (Park et al., 2019c;Baek et al., 2021;Park et al., 2021). Geneious Prime v2020.2.4 (Biomatters Ltd., Auckland, New Zealand) was used for annotation based on the A. dioicus var. ...
... Campanula takesimana, Pseudostellaria palibiniana (Kim et al., 2019), Daphne genkwa(Yoo et al., 2021), Abeliophyllum distichum(Min et al., 2019;Park et al., 2019bPark et al., , 2019cPark et al., , 2021d, Chenopodium album(Park et al., 2021c), and Pyrus ussuriensis(Cho et al., 2019).Sung-Dug OH et al. ...
... Plant Genome Database (http://www.pantgenome.info/) [2] Distribution of Angiosperm genomes based on the APG IV Korean medicinal plants [4] The Ministry of Food and Drug Safety (MFDS) of Korea provided the list of herbal medicines that consists of 559 Korean resource plant species. The list was categorized into three types (Table 1) ...
... Six specific primer pairs in the regions of petG-psaJ, psbB, rpl23-ycf2, rpoA, rrn16, and rrn16-trnA-UGG were designed (sequences not shown) for filling gaps. The PCR and Sanger sequencing were conducted with the condition from Song et al. (2019). The cp genome was annotated using GeSeq (Tillich et al. 2017). ...
... As a member of the family Magnoliaceae, Magnolia sinica (Law) Noot. is closely related to species of the genus Manglietia [12]. This species is considered to be the most primitive of the Magnoliaceae and is an ideal landscaping and high-quality timber species. ...
... In an evolutionary context, it is of vital importance to focus on early divergent or "basal" angiosperm groups, i.e., the family Magnoliaceae [34][35][36][37][38]. For the Magnoliaceae, to date, 86 complete plastomes have been published and are available in the NCBI Gen-Bank [39]; however, most of these correspond to Asian species [40][41][42][43][44][45]. ...