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Dr. Chi-Ming Yang

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Associate Research Fellow
PhD- University of Nebraska-Lincoln,
Nebraska, USA, 1989.
Research Fields
Ecology, Evolution and Adaptation
Major Research Achievements (2013-2017)
  • Ecological role of chlorophylls: All three humic substances, despite their soil sources, stimulate the activities of both chlorophyllase a and b. It is suggested that humic substances in the soil may accelerate the chlorophyll degradation of litter in the ecosystem and that chlorophyllase a and b may be different enzymes.
  • Relationship between chlorophylla and satellite remote sensing: The polarity of chlorophylls or carotenoids is significantly correlated to satellite NDVI. Chlorophylls without phytol chains, also called dephytylated pigments, such as PPIX, MGPP, Pchlide, Chlide a and Chlide b, are more polar and located in the stroma. Chlorophylls containing phytol chain, also named phytylated pigments, such as Chl a, Chl b, Phe a and Phe b, are less polar or nonpolar and situated in the thylakoid membrane. The less polar CRCs attribute more than the more polar CRCs to the satellite NDVI.
  • Ecological research on Chi-Chi earthquake-caused landslide: The recovery process of pioneer vegetation in Chiu-Feng-Er Mountain landslide may follow the equation of the grey prediction model, i.e. x(k+1)=72387.143e0.4704. This recovery process exhibited a lag phase of approximately two months. CTSI, pH, Temp, and DO had the greatest influence on the SRWRI of Ser-Su-Ken Lake for one-and-a-half years after the Chi-Chi Earthquake; inorganic matter played a much larger role than organic matter did; and BOD, PO4-, NH4+, NO3-, and NO2- contributed the least of all physico-chemical variables. This is the first report to use a grey relational analysis to solve an important question in limnology unresolved by traditional mathematics and statistics.
Research Interests
  • Chlorophyll metabolism in animals.
  • Pigment-protein complexes in non-leaf green tissues.
  • Relationship between chlorophyll and satellite remote sensing.
  • Application of chlorophyll- or porphyrin-related compounds.
  • Application of grey system theory on research of plant science.
    Ongoing projects
    • Application of ROCSAT 2 satellite remote sensing on research of plant biochemical physiology (NSC grant, 2004-2007).
    • Study on the Theory and Application of Relationship among Satellite Remote Sensing, Reflectance Spectra, and Plant Pigments (II) (NSC grant, 2003-2006).
    • Establishment of monitoring and precaution system of sweet potatoes using satellite remote sensing and grey system theory (COA, 2003-2006).
    • Chlorophyll cycling in the Yuanyang Lake Nature Preserve (IBAS group grant).
      Publications (2013-2017)
      1. Chang-Chang Chen, Wen-Dar Huang, and Chi-Ming Yang*, 2016, “Effects of Green Light Intensity on Shade Avoidance Symptoms and Chlorophyll Degradation in Rice Seedlings”, RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY, 11(3), 17-24. (SCI) (IF: 0.242; SCI ranking: 98.1%)
      2. Tin-Han Shih, Tzan-Chain Lee, Meng-Yuan Huang, Chi-Ming Yang*, 2016, “Chlorophyll Biosynthetic Capacity and Xanthophyll Cycle of a White-Green Variegated Ficus microcarpa cv. Milky Stripe”, Open Access Journal of Agricultural Research, 1(3), 000118.
      3. Chen, C. C., Lin, K. H., Huang, M. Y., Huang, W. D*. and Yang, C. M*, 2016, “Effects of Light Quality on the Chlorophyll Degradation Pathway in Rice Seedling Leaves”, Notulae Botanicae Horti Agrobotanici Cluj-Napoca, 44(2), 393-398. (SCI) (IF: 0.451; SCI ranking: 86.6%)
      4. Huang, M. Y., Huang, W. D., Chou, H. M., Chen, C. C., Chen, Y. J., Chang, Y. T*, and Yang, C. M*, 2015, “Structural, biochemical, and physiological characterization of photosynthesis in leaf-derived cup-shaped galls on Litsea acuminate”, BMC PLANT BIOLOGY, 15, 61-72. (SCI) (IF: 3.631; SCI ranking: 12.4%)
      5. M.H. Hsu, C.C. Chen, K.H. Lin, M.Y. Huang, C.M. Yang, W.D. Huang, 2015, “Photosynthetic responses of Jatropha curcas to spider mite injury”, Photosynthetica, 53(3), 349-355. (SCI) (IF: 1.558; SCI ranking: 40.7%)
      6. Chao, P.Y*., Liu, Y.F., Lin, K.H., Lin, S.Y., Hsu, J.I., Yang, C.M. and Lai, J.Y. , 2014, “Antioxidant activity in extracts of 27 indigenous Taiwanese vegetables”, Nutrients, 6, 2115-2130. (SCI) (IF: 3.759; SCI ranking: 20%)
      7. Lin, K.H., Hao, Y., Lin, S.Y., Yang, C.M., Tsai, H.J., Tsai, J.J. and Chao, P.Y*. , 2014, “Antioxidant activity of methanol extracts from selected Taiwanese herbaceous plants.”, Journal of Food and Nutrition Research, 2, 435-442. (SCI) (IF: 1.676; SCI ranking: 38.4%)
      8. WD Huang, KH Lin, MH Hsu, MY Huang, ZW Yang, PY Chao, CM Yang*, 2014, “Eliminating the interference on estimation of chlorophyll content in sweet potato leaves”, BOTANICAL STUDIES, 55:11. (SCI) (IF: 1.159; SCI ranking: 57.9%)
      9. MY Huang , WD Huang, HM Chou, YT Chang*, CM Yang*, 2014, “Herbivorous insects alter the chlorophyll biosynthetic and degradation pathway of galls on host plant”, Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology, 17, 431-434. (SCI) (IF: 0.824; SCI ranking: 59.6%)
      10. MY Huang, WD Huang, HM Chou, KH Lin, CC Chen, PJ Chen, YT Chang* and CM Yang*, 2014, “Leaf-derived cecidomyiid galls are sinks in Machilus thunbergii (Lauraceae ) leaves”, PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM, 152, 475-485. (SCI) (IF: 3.52; SCI ranking: 13.4%)
      11. MCM Chen, JH Yang, CH Liu, KH Lin*, CM Yang*, 2014, “Molecular, structural, and phylogenetic characterization of two chlorophyllase isoforms in Pachira macrocarpa”, PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION, 300, 633-643. (SCI) (IF: 1.361; SCI ranking: 84.8%,48.3%)
      12. Hsu, C.Y., Yue, T.H., Huang, M.Y., Hu, S.P., Chao, P.Y*. and Yang, C.M*. , 2014, “Organ-specific distribution of chlorophyll-related compounds from dietary spinach in rabbits”, INDIAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY & BIOPHYSICS, 51, 388-395. (SCI) (IF: 0.958; SCI ranking: 87.5%,89.6%)
      13. CC Chen, MY Huang, KH Lin, SL Wong, WD Huang, CM Yang, 2014, “The Effects of Light Quality on the Growth, Development, and Metabolism of Rice Seedlings (Oryza sativa L.)”, Research Journal of Biotechnology, 9(4), 15-24. (SCI) (IF: 0.242; SCI ranking: 98.1%)
      14. MY Huang, HM Chou, YT Chang*, CM Yang*, 2014, “The number of cecidomyiid insect galls affects the photosynthesis of Machilus thunbergii host leaves”, Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology, 17, 151-154. (SCI) (IF: 0.824; SCI ranking: 59.6%)
      15. PY Chao*, KH Lin, CC Chiu, YY Yang, MY Huang, CM Yang, 2013, “Inhibitive Effects of Mulberry Leaf-Related Extracts on Cell Adhesion and Inflammatory Response in Human Aortic Endothelial Cells”, EVIDENCE-BASED COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE, 267217. (SCI) (IF: 1.931; SCI ranking: 29.2%)
      16. KH Lin, MY Huang, WD Huang, MH Hsu, ZW Yang, CM Yang*, 2013, “The effects of red, blue, and white light-emitting diodes on the growth, development, and edible quality of hydroponically grown lettuce (Lactuca sativa L. var. capitata)”, SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE, 150(4), 86- 91. (SCI) (IF: 1.538; SCI ranking: 23.5%)
      17. KH Lin, YY Yang, CM Yang, MY Huang, HF Lo, KC Liu, HS Lin, PY Chao*, 2013, “Antioxidant activity of herbaceous plant extracts protect against hydrogen peroxide-induced DNA damage in human lymphocytes ”, BMC Research Notes, 6, 490.
      18. KH Lin, CY Hsu, YP Huang, JY Lai, WB Hsieh, MY Huang, CM Yang*, PY Chao*, 2013, “Chlorophyll-Related Compounds Inhibit Cell Adhesion and Inflammation in Human Aortic Cells”, JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL FOOD, 16(10), 886-898. (SCI) (IF: 1.844; SCI ranking: 66.1%,36.8%,70%)
      19. PY Chao, YL Chen, YC Liu, JI Hsu, KH Lin, YF Lu, TJ Yiu, MY Huang, CM Yang, 2013, “Effects of black soybean on atherogenic prevention in hypercholesterolemic rabbits and on adhesion molecular expression in cultured HAECs”, Food and Nutrition Sciences, 4, 9-21.
      20. PY Chao*, WY Huang, SP Hsu, HF Lo, KH Lin, MY Huang, TR Chang, CM Yang, 2013, “Indigenous purple vegetable extracts protect against hydrogen peroxide-induced DNA damage in human lymphocytes”, Food and Nutrition Sciences, 4, 62-70.
      21. CY Hsu, PY Chao, SP Hu, CM Yang*, 2013, “The antioxidant and free radical scavenging activities of chlorophylls and pheophytins”, Food and Nutrition Sciences, 4, 1-8.