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Yung-fu Yen

Professor


Tel: 05-2717750
Fax: 05-2717755
E-mail: yfyen@mail.ncyu.edu.tw

 
EDUCATION

1973-1977, B.S. (Horticulture), University of Chinese Culture, Taiwan

1977-1979, M.S. (Horticulture), National University of Chung-hsing, Taiwan

1989-1993, Ph.D. (Plant Science), Massey University, New Zealand
 
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2005~ Director, Department of Bioagricultural Science

2003~2009, Director, Institute of Agricultural Biotechnology

2002, Professor, Dept. of Horticultural science, National Chiayi University

2000-2003, Director, Dept. of Horticultural Science, National Chiayi University

1998-2002, Associate professor, Dept. of Horticultural science, National Chiayi University

1997-1998, Director, Crop Science Division, Tainan District Agricultural Improvement Station (Tainan DAIS), Taiwan

1992-1997, Director, Asparagus Research Center, Tainan District Agricultural Improvement Station (Tainan DAIS), Taiwan

1983-1989, Director, Asparagus Research Center, Tainan District Agricultural Improvement Station (Tainan DAIS), Taiwan

1982-1983, Assistant Researcher, Horticultural Section, Tainan District Agricultural Improvement Station (Tainan DAIS), Taiwan
 
RESEARCH INTERESTS
 
- Transcriptome-Microarray
- Cloning and characterization of gene.
- Recombination of DNA and fusion protein.
- Proteomics
- Agricultural biotechnology – improving crop yield and resistance to both biotic and abiotic stresses
- Asparagus breeding and physiology
- Greenhouse vegetable production
- Organic agriculture
 
PUBLICATIONS

1. Hsiu-fung Chao, Yung-fu Yen and Maurice SB Ku. 2009. Characterization of a salt-induced DhAHP, a gene coding for alkyl hydroperoxide reductase, from the extremely halophilic yeast Debaryomyces hansenii. BMC Microbiology 9:182

2. Han-Chun Hsu, Kae-Kang Hwu, Ting-Chin Deng, Yun-Fu Yen and Shing-Jy Tsao. 2008. A Study on Genetic Relationship among Garlic Clones with ISSR Markers. J. Taiwan Soc. Hort. Sci. 54(4):265-273

3. Da-Cun Lin , Yung-Fu Yen and Tzu-Bin Huang. 2007. Effect of Phosphorus Level in High Sodium Nutrient Solution on Fruit Yield, Quality and Plant. J. Taiwan Soc. Hort. Sci. 53(1): 1326

4. Da-Cun Lin, Yung-Fu Yen, Hsiu-Fung Chao and Tzu-Bin Huang. 2007. Effect of Potassium Level in High Sodium Nutrient Solution on Fruit Yield and Quality of Tomato. J. Taiwan Soc. Hort. Sci. 53(1): 27-43

5. Tzu-Bin Huang, Yung-Fu Yen and Da-Cun Lin. 2007. Effect of Potassium Level in High Sodium Nutrient Solution on Plant Growth of Tomato. J. Taiwan Soc. Hort. Sci. 53(1) : 45-58

6. Yung-Fu Yen, Fu-Chih Hsieh, and Tzu-Bin Huang. 2006. Effects of Crown Size of Plantlets and Thinning Leaves on Growth and Yield of Strawberry. J. Taiwan Soc. Hort. Sci. 52(2):139-148

7. Tzu-Bin Huang, Fu-Chih Hsieh, and Yung-Fu Yen. 2006. Influences of Runners Chilled on Plant Growth and Yield of Strawberry. J. Taiwan Soc. Hort. Sci. 52(2): 149-158

8. Yung-Fu Yen, Ming-Zhe Wu and Shuw-Jiuan Chen. 2005. Identification and Sequence Comparison of S-locus Glycoproteins and Genes of Raphanus sativus L. J. Chinese Soc. Hort. Sci. 51(4): 317328

9. Hua-Ting Chuang, Tsai-Mu Shen, Yung-Fu Yen, Ching-Ping Liu, and Shui-Ho Cheng. 2004.Phylogenetic Analysis of Five Phalaenopsis Species Native to Taiwan or the Philippines by Using RAPD and ISSR Molecular Markers. J. Chinese Soc. Hort. Sci. 50(2): 175-186

Conference papers

1. Yung-fu Yen. 2008. Biotechnology for Production of High Quality Disease Free Planting Materials. Expert Consultation on Agricultural Biotechnology for Promoting Food Security in Developing Countries, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2. Yi-chen Wu, Yung-fu Yen. 2006. Generation of single chain variable fragment antibodies against Cymbidium mosaic virus of Phalaenopsis. The 27th International Horticulture Congress. Seoul, Korea
 


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