Yinglin Ji

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
  • Marija Brala Vukanović, Lovorka Gruić Grmuša, +7 authors Biljana Oklopčić
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank all the people who have contributed to this work in various ways. In particular, we wish to thank Katherine Hayles and Henriette Hendriks for valuable input and support with academic expertise on the topic. A warm thank you to all the contributors, who invested a great deal of time, effort and enthusiasm in pursuing(More)
The plant hormone ethylene is critical for ripening in climacteric fruits, including apple (Malus domestica). Jasmonate (JA) promotes ethylene biosynthesis in apple fruit, but the underlying molecular mechanism is unclear. Here, we found that JA-induced ethylene production in apple fruit is dependent on the expression of MdACS1, an ACC synthase gene(More)
Review timeline: TPC2016-00890-RA Submission received: Nov. 28, 2016 1st Decision: January 3, 2017 manuscript declined TPC2017-00207-RA Submission received: March 14, 2017 1st Decision April 17, 2017 manuscript declined Appeal requested: April 20, 2017 Appeal decision: April 28, 2017 TPC2017-00349-RA Submission received: May 3, 2017 1st Decision: May 9,(More)
Languages differ systematically in how to encode a motion event. English characteristically expresses manner in verb root and path in verb particle; in Chinese, varied aspects of motion, such as manner, path and cause, can be simultaneously encoded in a verb compound. This study investigates whether typological differences, as such, influence how first and(More)
Linguistic systems encode spatial information in strikingly different ways. Talmy (2000) classified languages into two families depending on whether they are verb-framed (e.g. Romance) vs. satellite-framed (e.g. Germanic). However, some languages seem harder to fit into these two categories, e.g. serial-verb languages have been described as ‘equipollent’(More)
This study tests the hypothesis of linguistic relativity along two lines of research: a) how L2 learners of Chinese and English, respectively, syntactically package semantic components for caused motion (cause, manner, path) in an experimental situation in which they are asked to describe video clips showing caused motion events to an imagery addressee, and(More)
  • 1