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A Herbological Study on the Plants of Dioscoreaceae in Korea.
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  • Journal title : The Korea Journal of Herbology
  • Volume 31, Issue 3,  2016, pp.23-28
  • Publisher : The Korea Association of Herbology
  • DOI : 10.6116/kjh.2016.31.3.23.
 Title & Authors
A Herbological Study on the Plants of Dioscoreaceae in Korea.
Jeong, Jong-Gil;
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 Abstract
Objective : For the purpose of developing Korean herbology of the plants to Dioscoreaceae in Korea, the literatures of the successive generations have been thoroughly investigated to prepare this article.Methods : Books and research papers about Herbology which published at home and abroad were examined.Results : A list was made about Dioscoreaceae plant which were cultivated or grew naturally in Korea, after investigated the data on domestic and foreign Dioscoreaceae plants. Out of those lists, serviceable plants were selected and with those available plants, their distributions were analysed and parts which can be used as medicines were divided into 3 categories such as oriental medicine name, scientific name and non-official name. Dioscoreaceae`s properties flavor, channels they use, effects, and toxicity were also noted. Dioscoreaceae (grew in Korea) were divided into 1 classes with 8 species. Out of those, 1 classes with 7 species were found serviceable which indicates 87.5% of all. Out of all 8 specified Dioscoreaceae plants, Dioscorea plants were found 1 species, which were shown the most. And 1classes of Dioscorea plants were also selected the most in serviceable Dioscoreaceae. Out of all serviceable parts in Dioscoreaceae, Rhizoma parts took first place as 7 species. Toxins are investigated to 1 species.Conclusion : There were totaled to 1 genera and 8 species in Dioscoreaceae in Korea and among them medicinal plants are 4 genera, 7 species, some 87.5% in total.
 Keywords
Dioscoreaceae;medicinal plants;genera;species;
 Language
Korean
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