Wuwei Ye
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Dr. Wuwei Ye
Professor
Institute of Cotton Research (ICR)
Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS)
State Key Laboratory of Cotton Biology
Address: No 38, Huanghe Road, Anyang455000,
Henan, China
Phone:   +86-0372-2562283
Fax:  +86-0372-2562200
E-mail: yew158@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.cricaas.com.cn

 

Education Background
Wuwei Ye, a cotton biologist and geneticist by training, received his BSc degree in Agronomy (1990) from Zhejiang Agricultural University (Zhejiang University, now) of Hangzhou, China, his MS degree in Plant Genetic Breeding (2001) from the Graduate College of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS), Beijing, China and his PhD degree in Plant Genetic Breeding (2007) from the Graduate College of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS), Beijing, China. He experienced the Post-doctoral Research Fellow (2009) in Agricultural Research Service of US Department of Agriculture, College Station, TX, USA.

 

Research Area

Dr.Wuwei Ye, Deputy Director of the administrator department of State Key Laboratory of Cotton Biology, and Deputy Director of cotton germplasm department of Institute of Cotton Research (ICR), Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS), Anyang, Henan, China, is a member of International Cotton Genome Initiative (ICGI).

He is the group leader of the cotton germplasm identification, innovation and biodiversity research, which focusing on resistant on cotton germplasm, such as the genetics, molecular genetic research and gene expression. Since 1990,he has been engaged in cotton germplasm resistance, such as salt resistance, drought resistance identification, resistance of innovation and its basic researches.

He was responsible for the coordination of the process that led to the identification and implementation of cotton germplasm identification center in China. Dr. Ye Wuwei was also visiting scientist at cotton germplasm research and cotton genome sequencing in Agricultural Research Service of US Department of Agriculture, USA, and visiting Professor at plant genetics in Henan University in Kaifeng, Henan, China, and visiting Professor at plant genetics in Xinjiang Agricultural University at crop genetic breeding in Wulumuqi, Xinjiang, China.

He is the Principal Investigator of the National “863” projects and other national anti-abiotic cotton project, He participated in China-US Genome Sequencing Program of cotton, with the draft genome of Gossypium raimondii (D genome) sequencing initially published on Nature Genetics in 2012.

 

Publications
1.Kunbo Wang#, Zhiwen Wang#, Fuguang Li#, Wuwei Ye#, Junyi Wang#, Guoli Song#, Zhen Yue,Lin Cong, Haihong Shang, Shilin Zhu, Changsong Zou, Qin Li, Youlu Yuan, Cairui Lu,  Caiyun Gou, Zequn Zheng,Ye Yin, Hengling Wei, Xueyan Zhang, Kun Liu, Bo Wang, Chi Song, Nan Shi, Russell J Kohel, Richard. G. Percy, John Z. Yu, Yuxian Zhu , Jun Wang,Shuxun Yu. The draft genome of a diploid cotton Gossypium raimondii. Nature Genetics, 2012,44(10):1098-1103. (# first author, equally)
2.W.Ye*, L.Song, J.Wang, B.Fan, D.Wang and S.Wang. Cloning and expression of two salt-tolerance related genes on upland cotton. World Cotton Research Conference, WCRC, 2011:72. (* first author)
3.Zujun Yin, Junjuan Wang, Delong Wang, Weili Fan, Shuai Wang and Wuwei Ye*, The MAPKKK gene family in Gossypium raimondii: genome-wide identification, classification and expression analysis. 2013, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 14, 8740-18757. (*corresponding author)
4.YE WU-wei*. Anti-abiotic genes cloning and their identification in Chinese cotton germplasm, Internation Cotton Genome, 2010:100. (* first author)
5.ZHAO Yun-Lei, YU Shu-Xun, YE Wu-Wei*, WANG Hong-Mei, WANG Jun-Juan, Fang Bao-Xing. Study on DNA cytosine methylation of cotton (G. hirsutum L.) genome and its implication for salt tolerance. Agricultural Science in China, 2010,9(6):783-791. (*corresponding author)
6.Song Guifang, Zhou Kai, Wang Junjuan, Fan Weili, Wang Delong, Wang Shuai, Ye Wuwei*. Cloning and expression of drought-stress related gene GhTrx in Gossypium hirsutum L. Acta Botany Boreal Occident Sini, 2011, 31(10):1951-1957. (*corresponding author)