HaiYing Yuan

Roles and responsibilities

Assistant Research Officer, Cell Technologies and Genomics

Current research and/or projects

My current research focuses on speed breeding of climate resilient crops as well as developing pre-breeding germplasm with improved traits of interest through the combination of advanced plant cell technologies, genomics, and gene editing technology.

Research and/or project statements

  • Apply omics approaches in developing efficient speed breeding double haploid production systems for crop improvement
  • Develop efficient gene editing systems to speed up the genetic improvement of crops
  • Apply omics approaches in plant cell technology research to understand molecular mechanisms and provide extensive resources for functional genomics

Education

Ph.D. Zhejiang University, Zhejiang China

M.Sc. Xinjiang Agricultural University, Xinjiang China

B.Sc. Xinjiang Agricultural University, Xinjiang China

Professional activities/interests

  • Application of in vitro speed breeding methods for crop improvement 
  • Genetics and genomics of androgenetic embryogenesis
  • Application of single cell genomics to explore the mechanisms of in vitro embryogenesis in crops

Affiliations

Canadian Association of Plant Biotechnology

Key publications

Book Chapters

Lulsdorf MM, Ferrie A, Slater S, Yuan HY, Methods and role of embryo rescue technique in alien gene transfer, In, Alien Gene Transfer in Crop Plants, Volume 1 Innovations, Methods and Risk Assessment, Pratap A and Kumar J (Eds), Springer, New York, USA, 2014, pp. 77-104

Paliyath G, Tiwari K, Yuan HY and Whitaker BD, Structural deterioration in produce- Phospholipase D, membrane and senescence, In: PostHarvest Biology and Technology of Fruits, Vegetables and Flowers, Paliyath G, Murr DP, Handa AK and Lurie S (Eds), Blackwell Publications, Iowa, USA. 2008, pp. 195-239

Yuan HY, Pu XL, Plant tissue culture, In: Introduction to Plant Biotechnology, Tan XF, Zhang ZY (Eds), China Forestry Publications, Beijing, China. 2008, pp. 151-182

Li SJ, Yuan HY, Lin SZ, Cell engineering, In: Introduction to Plant Biotechnology, Tan XF, Zhang ZY (Eds), China Forestry Publications, Beijing, China. 2008, pp. 81-119

 

Refereed Journals

Yuan HY, Caron CT, Vandenberg A and Bett KE, RNA-Seq and Gene Ontology Analysis Reveal Differences Associated with Low R/FR-Induced Shade Responses in Cultivated Lentil and a Wild Relative. Front. Genet. 2022, 13:891702. doi: 10.3389/fgene.2022.891702  

Yuan HY, Caron CT, Ramsay L, Fratini R, de la Vega MP, Vandenberg A, Weller JL, Bett KE, Genetic and gene expression analysis of flowering time regulation by light quality in lentil, Annals of Botany, 2021, mcab083, https://doi.org/10.1093/aob/mcab083

Yuan HY, Saha S, Vandenberg A and Bett KE. Flowering and growth responses of cultivated lentil and wild Lens germplasm toward the differences in red to far-Red ratio and photosynthetically active radiation. Front. Plant Sci. 2017, 8:386. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2017.00386

Wong MML, Gujaria-Verma N, Ramsay L, Yuan HY, Caron C, Diapari M, Vandenberg A and Bett KE. Classification and characterization of species within the genus Lens using Genotyping-by-Sequencing (GBS). PLoS ONE 2015, 10(3): e0122025. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0122025

Saha S, Tullu A, Yuan HY, Lulsdorf MM, Vandenberg A. Improvement of embryo rescue technique using 4-chloroindole-3 acetic acid in combination with in vivo grafting to overcome barriers in lentil interspecific crosses, Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult, 2015, 120:109-116

Slater S, Yuan HY, Lulsdorf MM, Vandenberg A, Zaharia LI, Han XM, Abrams SR. Comprehensive hormone profiling of the developing seeds of four grain legumes, Plant Cell Report, 2013, 32:1939-1952

Lulsdorf MM, Yuan HY, Slater S, Vandenberg A, Han XM, Zaharia LI, Abrams SR. Endogenous hormone profiles during early seed development of C. arietinum and C. anatolicum, Plant Growth Regulation, 2013, 71:191-198

Lulsdorf MM, Yuan HY, Slater S, Vandenberg A, Han XM, Zaharia LI, Androgenesis-inducing stress treatments change phytohormone levels in anthers of three legume species (Fabaceae), Plant Cell Report, 2012, 31(7):1255-1267

Yuan HY, Lulsdorf MM, Tullu A, Gurusamy V and Vandenberg A, In vivo grafting of wild Lens species to Vicia faba rootstocks, Plant Genetic Resources: Characterization and Utilization, 2011, 9: 543-548

Yuan HY, Wu YX, Liao K, Gen WJ, Li J, Xu Z, Wang T, In vitro propagation of wild European Plum (Prunus domestica L.), a rare and endangered species, Acta Horticulturae (ISHS, I International Symposium on Biotechnology of Fruit Species, Dresden, Germany), 2009, 839:99-104

Yuan HY, Chen LG, Paliyath G, Sullivan A, Murr DP, Novotna Z, Immunohistochemical localization of phospholipase D in strawberry (Fragaria ananassa Duch.) fruits, Sci. Hort., 2006, 109:35-42

Yuan HY, Chen LG, Paliyath G, Sullivan A, Murr DP, Differential incorporation of a fluorescent phospholipid into strawberry fruit protoplast membrane in the presence of calcium and IAA, Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants, 2006, 12(1): 35-42

Yuan HY, Chen LG, Paliyath G, Sullivan A, Murr DP, Characterization of microsomal and mitochondrial phospholipase D activities and cloning of a phospholipase D alpha cDNA from strawberry fruits, Plant Physiol. Biochem., 2005,43:535-547

HaiYing Yuan

HaiYing Yuan

Assistant Research Officer
Aquatic and Crop Resource Development
110 Gymnasium Place
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7N 0W9
Preferred language: English
Telephone: 306-975-5577

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Expertise

Agriculture, Biotechnology, Breeding, Crops, Physiology, Genetics, Genomics, Plant reproduction, Plant, Plant cell technologies