Horticultural Sciences

Dr. Jeongim Kim

Assistant Professor

Mailing Address:
Fifield Hall
2550 Hull Road
PO Box 110690
Gainesville, Florida 32611

Office: 1111 Fifield Hall
Phone: (352) 273-4779
E-mail: jkim6@ufl.edu

Selected Publications

AuthorsYearTitle / DescriptionPublication
Zhao, Y., Gao, J., Kim, J.I., Chen, K., Bressan, R.A., and Zhu, J-K   2017 Control of plant water use by ABA induction of senescence and dormancy: An overlooked lesson from evolution.  Plant and Cell Physiology 58:1319-1327 
Lee, S., Mo, H., Kim, J.I., Cusumano, J.C., and Chapple, C.   2017 Genetic engineering of Arabidopsis to overproduce disinapoyl esters, potential lignin modification molecules. Biotechnology for Biofuels doi:10.1186/s13068-017-0725-0 
Liu, J., Kim, J.I., Cusumano, J.C., Chapple, C., Venugopalan, N., Fischetti, R.F., and Makowski, L.   2016 The impact of alterations in the lignin biosynthetic pathway on molecular architecture of the plant cell wall. Biotechnology for Biofuels doi:10.1186/s13068-016-0540-z 
Kim, T.H., Kim, J.I., Chapple, C., and Kim, Y.   2016 Nonspectroscopic imaging for quantitative chlorophyll sensing. Journal of Biomedical Optics doi:10.1117/1.JBO.21.1.016008 
Li, Y., Kim, J.I., Pysh, L., and Chapple, C.   2015 Four isoforms of Arabidopsis thaliana 4-coumarate: CoA ligase (4CL) have overlapping yet distinct roles in phenylpropanoid metabolism.   Plant Physiology doi:10.1104/pp.15.00838 
Kim, J.I., Dolan, W., Anderson, N., and Chapple, C.   2015 Indole glucosinolate biosynthesis limits phenylpropanoid accumulation in Arabidopsis thaliana.   The Plant Cell, 27,1529-1549  
Cha, J., Kim, W., Kang, S.B., Kim, J.I., Baek, D., Jung, I.J., Kim, M.R., Li, N., Sabir, J., Park, H.C., Lee, S.Y., Bohnert, H.J., Bressan, R.A., and Yun, D.   2015 A novel thiol-reductase activity of Arabidopsis YUC6 confers drought tolerance independently of auxin biosynthesis.  Nature Communications doi:10.1038/ncomms9041  
Liu, B., Wang, P., Kim, J.I., Zhang, D., Xia, Y., Chapple, C., and Cheng, J-X.   2015 Vibrational fingerprint mapping reveals spatial distribution of functional groups of lignin in plant cell wall.  Analytical Chemistry 87:9436-9442  
Kim, J.I., Ciesielski, P., Donohoe, B.S., Chapple, C. and Li, X.  2014 Chemically-induced conditional rescue of the ref8 mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana reveals rapid restoration of growth and selective turnover of secondary metabolite pools. Plant Physiology 164:584-595
Bonawitz, N.D., Kim, J.I., Tobimatsu, Y., Ciesielski, P., Anderson, N.A., Ximenses, E., Maeda, J., Ralph, J., Donohoe, B., Ladisch, M., and Chapple, C. 2014 Disruption of Mediator rescues the stunted growth of a lignin-deficient Arabidopsis mutant. Nature 509:376-380
Kim, J.I., Baek, D., Chun, H., Oh, D., Lee, M.K., Bohnert, H., Lee, S.Y., Bressan, R.A., Lee, S.W., and Yun, D. 2013 Overexpression of Arabidopsis YUCCA6 in potato results in high-auxin developmental phenotypes and enhanced resistance to water deficit stress. Molecular Plant 6:337-349
Tobimatsu, Y., Wagner, A., Donaldson, L., Mitra, P., Niculaes, C., Dima, O., Kim, J.I., Anderson, N., Loque, D., Boerjan, W., Chapple, C. and Ralph, J. 2013 Visualization of Plant Cell Wall Lignification Using Fluorescence-tagged Monolignols Plant Journal 76:357-366
Liu, J., Inouye, H., Venugopalan, N., Fischetti, R.F., Gleber, S.C., Vogt, S., Cusumano, J.C., Kim, J.I., Chapple, C. and Makowski, L.  2013 Tissue specific specialization of the nanoscale architecture of Arabidopsis. Journal of Structural Biology 184:103-114  
Kim, J.I., Murphy, A.S., Baek, D., Lee, S.Y., Yun, D., Bressan, R.A. and Narasimhan, M.L.   2011 YUCCA6 over-expression demonstrates auxin function in delaying of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana. Journal of Experimental Botany 62:3981-3992  
Kim, J.I., Sharkhuu, A., Jin, J.B., Li, P., Jeong, J.C., Baek, D., Lee, S.Y., Blakeslee, J.J., Murphy, S.S., Bohnert, H.J., Hasegawa, P.M., Yun, D., Bressan, R.A.   2007 yucca6, a Dominant mutation in Arabidopsis, affects auxin accumulation and auxin-related phenotypes.   Plant Physiology 145:722-735