Hwan Su Yoon
Bigelow Laboratory For Ocean Sciences
48Publications
24H-index
3,572Citations
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Published on Nov 2, 2017in PLOS ONE 2.77
Louis Graf1
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Yae Jin Kim1
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+ 2 AuthorsHwan Su Yoon24
Estimated H-index: 24
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Published on Jun 30, 2016in Algae 1.56
Hae Jung Song1
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JunMo Lee7
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+ 4 AuthorsHwan Su Yoon24
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Published on Aug 1, 2016in Scientific Reports 4.12
Eun Chan Yang15
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Sung Min Boo20
Estimated H-index: 20
+ 5 AuthorsHwan Su Yoon24
Estimated H-index: 24
The Florideophyceae is the most abundant and taxonomically diverse class of red algae (Rhodophyta). However, many aspects of the systematics and divergence times of the group remain unresolved. Using a seven-gene concatenated dataset (nuclear EF2, LSU and SSU rRNAs, mitochondrial cox1, and plastid rbcL, psaA and psbA genes), we generated a robust phylogeny of red algae to provide an evolutionary timeline for florideophyte diversification. Our relaxed molecular clock analysis suggests that the Fl...
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Published on Jul 1, 2016in Scientific Reports 4.12
JunMo Lee7
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Kyeong Mi Kim10
Estimated H-index: 10
+ 4 AuthorsHwan Su Yoon24
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The integration of foreign DNA into algal and plant plastid genomes is a rare event, with only a few known examples of horizontal gene transfer (HGT). Plasmids, which are well-studied drivers of HGT in prokaryotes, have been reported previously in red algae (Rhodophyta). However, the distribution of these mobile DNA elements and their sites of integration into the plastid (ptDNA), mitochondrial (mtDNA), and nuclear genomes of Rhodophyta remain unknown. Here we reconstructed the complex evolution...
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Published on May 1, 2015in Scientific Reports 4.12
Rajat Shuvro Roy3
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Dana C. Price19
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+ 5 AuthorsDebashish Bhattacharya64
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(Rutgers University)
A broad swath of eukaryotic microbial biodiversity cannot be cultivated in the lab and is therefore inaccessible to conventional genome-wide comparative methods. One promising approach to study these lineages is single cell genomics (SCG), whereby an individual cell is captured from nature and genome data are produced from the amplified total DNA. Here we tested the efficacy of SCG to generate a draft genome assembly from a single sample, in this case a cell belonging to the broadly distributed ...
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Published on Nov 1, 2014in Phycologia 1.80
Claudia Ciniglia9
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Eun Chan Yang4
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+ 4 AuthorsHwan Su Yoon24
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The Cyanidiophyceae are a group of unicellular organisms that diverged from ancestral red algae around 1.3 billion years ago. Present-day species are restricted to hot springs and geothermal habitats from around the world. Because of discontinuous geothermal environments, the distribution patterns and dispersal modes of the cyanidiophycean species are poorly understood. Iceland is the third largest island in the Atlantic Ocean and has intense underground volcanic activity that generates broad hy...
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Published on Sep 1, 2014in Phycologia 1.80
Michael J. Wynne18
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Robert A. Andersen29
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+ 1 AuthorsHwan Su Yoon24
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A new pelagophyte genus and species, Aureoscheda bahamensis, were described from a shallow marine habitat on the north shore of San Salvador Island Bahamas, Caribbean Sea. The alga typically appeared as small, delicate golden sheets that reached ∼ 10 mm; however, earlier stages may have been sacs that ultimately split open into the flat monostromatic blades. Cells were ∼ 5 μm wide and 10 μm long in dried material that was re-hydrated. There were two chloroplasts per cell, and each cell was surro...
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Published on Sep 1, 2014in Phycologia 1.80
Robert A. Andersen29
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Jong Im Kim10
Estimated H-index: 10
+ 1 AuthorsHwan Su Yoon24
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We isolated 17 strains of Chrysotila stipitata and 10 strains of Chrysotila lamellosa from samples collected at exposed chalk surfaces, Westgate, Kent, England, which is the type locality for C. stipitata (generitype) and C. lamellosa. The nuclear-encoded small subunit and large subunit rRNA were used in a molecular phylogenetic analysis. We also examined the cells using light microscopy. Chrysotila stipitata had two chloroplasts per cell, as originally described, and it was positioned within th...
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Published on Dec 1, 2013in Nature Communications 12.35
Debashish Bhattacharya64
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(Rutgers University),
Dana C. Price19
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+ 14 AuthorsPedro Coutinho19
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Red algae form one of the most ancient eukaryotic lineages, and have undergone multiple symbioses. Here, Price et al. report the first genome sequence for a mesophilic red alga, and reveal significant differences between these organisms and hyperthermopilic algae.
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Published on Jul 1, 2012in Phycologia 1.80
Kyeong Mi Kim10
Estimated H-index: 10
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Il Ki Hwang2
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+ 1 AuthorsSung Min Boo20
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Kim K.M., Hwang I.K., Yoon H.S. and Boo S.M. 2012. Four novel Gelidium species (Gelidiales, Rhodophyta) isolated from Korea: G. coreanum, G. jejuensis, G. minimum and G. prostratum. Phycologia 51: 461–474. DOI: 10.2216/11-117.1 Gelidium is an economically and ecologically important red algal genus that comprises 123 species. It is distributed globally in temperate and tropical waters, and many of the species have been reported from northeast Asia. Here we describe four novel Gelidium species fro...
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