JOURNAL BROWSE
Search
Advanced SearchSearch Tips
Vascular Plants Distributed in the Naknam-Jeongmaek - Focused on Gilmajae, Mt. Muryang, Mt. Yeohang, Mt. Muhak, Mt. Cheonju and Mt. Sineo -
facebook(new window)  Pirnt(new window) E-mail(new window) Excel Download
 Title & Authors
Vascular Plants Distributed in the Naknam-Jeongmaek - Focused on Gilmajae, Mt. Muryang, Mt. Yeohang, Mt. Muhak, Mt. Cheonju and Mt. Sineo -
Oh, Hyun-Kyung; Kim, Dong-Pil; You, Ju-Han;
  PDF(new window)
 Abstract
This study was carried out to investigated the flora of Naknam-Jeongmaek, Korea. The survey sites were Gilmajae, Mt. Muryang, Mt. Yeohang, Mt. Muhak, Mt. Cheonju and Mt. Sineo. The flora were summarized, numbering 666 taxa including 112 families, 357 genera, 574 species, 4 subspecies, 73 varieties and 15 forms. The threatened species was Aconitum austrokoreense. The rare plants were 12 taxa including Asarum maculatum, Wikstroemia ganpi, Viola albida, Tricyrtis macropoda and so forth. The Korean endemic plants were 19 taxa including Salix koriyanagi, Thalictrum actaefolium var. brevistylum, Weigela subsessilis, Hosta minor and so forth. The specific plants by floristic region were 81 taxa including 38 taxa of grade I, 19 taxa of grade II, 16 taxa of grade III, 7 taxa of grade IV and 1 taxa of grade V. The naturalized plants were 32 taxa including Rumex crispus, Physalis angulata, Erechtites hieracifolia, Taraxacum officinale and so forth. The invasive alien plants were Ambrosia artemisiifolia and Aster pilosus.
 Keywords
Rare plant;Endemic plant;Naturalized plant;Invasive alien plant;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
한북정맥에 분포하는 관속식물상 - 광덕산, 청계산, 죽엽산을 중심으로 -,오현경;김동필;유주한;

한국환경복원기술학회지, 2016. vol.19. 6, pp.41-61 crossref(new window)
 References
1.
Cho HJ․Lee BC and Shin JH. 2004. Forest vegetation structure and species composition of the Baekdudaegan mountain range in South Korea. Jour. Korean For. Soc. 93(5): 331-338. (in Korean with English summary)

2.
Choi SM․Kweon HK․Lee JW․Choi YH and Choi TJ. 2014. A study on deterioration of ridge trail in Jeongmaek. Korean J. Environ. Ecol. 28(4): 450-456. (in Korean with English summary) crossref(new window)

3.
Choung YS. 1998. Characteristic species distribution of the Baekdoo Great Mountain Chain at Kangwon Province, Korea. Korean J. Ecol. 21(1): 105-112. (in Korean with English summary)

4.
Han JW․Kim HJ․Kang SH․Park JM and Jang CG. 2010. The study of vascular plants distribution and characteristics of plants as resources in middle and northern region of Yangsan-si(Gyeongnam). Korean J. Plant Res. 23(4): 274-292. (in Korean with English summary)

5.
Kang SJ and Kwak AK. 1999. Vascular plants of Baekdoo-Great Mountain Chain within the range of Chungcheongbukdo-province. Bull. Sci. Ed. 15: 85-99. (in Korean with English summary)

6.
Kim CH. 2000. Assessment of natural environment-I. selection of plant taxa-. Korean J. Environ. Biol. 18(1): 163-198. (in Korean with English summary)

7.
Kim DP and Choi SH. 2004. Vegetation structure of mountain ridge from Gajisan to Neungdongsan in the Nakdong-Jeongmaek. Kor. J. Env. Eco. 18(3): 279-287. (in Korean with English summary)

8.
Kim JH․Kim YS․Yoon CY and Kim JH. 2008. The flora of Mt. Biseul in Daegu. Kor. J. Env. Eco. 22(5): 481-504. (in Korean with English summary)

9.
Kim YS․Lim DO․Oh HK and Ko MH. 2003. Vascular plants of Gonamsan and Siribong in the Baekdudaegan. Kor. J. Env. Eco. 16(4):345-358. (in Korean with English summary)

10.
Kim YS․Lim DO․Oh HK and Shin HT. 2002. Vascular plants of Taebaeksan, Hambaeksan, Geumdaebong(Peak) and Maebongsan in the Baekdudaegan. Kor. J. Env. Eco. 15(4): 293-318. (in Korean with English summary)

11.
Korea Forest Service and Korea National Arboretum. 2009. Rare Plants Data Book in Korea. Korea National Arboretum, Pocheon. (in Korean).

12.
Korea Forest Service and Korea National Arboretum. 2010. 300 Target Plants Adaptable to Climate Change in the Korean Peninsula. Korea National Arboretum, Pocheon. (in Korean)

13.
Korea Forest Service. 2012. The Study on a Conservation Plan and Status Survey in the Nacnam-Jeongmaek. Korea Forest Service, Daejeon. (in Korean)

14.
Korea National Arboretum and The Plant Taxonomic Society of Korea. 2007. A Synonymics List of Vascular Plants in Korea. Korea National Arboretum and The Plant Taxonomic Society of Korea, Seoul. (in Korean)

15.
Korea National Arboretum. 2005. Endemic Vascular Plants in the Korean Peninsula. Korea National Arboretum, Pocheon. (in Korean)

16.
Lee DK․Song WK․Jeon SW․Sung HC and Son DY. 2007. Deforestation patterns analysis of the Baekdudaegan mountain range. J. Korean Env. Res. Tech. 10(4): 41-53. (in Korean with English summary)

17.
Lee SD․Kim DW and Choi SH. 2011. Analyzing vegetation structure of Seongsi valley in the Nakdong-Jeongmaek. Kor. J. Env. Eco. 25(3):378-388. (in Korean with English summary)

18.
Lee TB. 2003. Coloured Flora of Korea. Vol. I, II. Seoul: Hyangmunsa.

19.
Lee WT. 1996. Coloured Standard Illustrations of Korean Plants. Seoul: Academy Publishing Co.

20.
Lee YM․Park SH․Jung SY․Oh SH and Yang JC. 2011. Study on the current status of naturalized plants in South Korea. Korean J. Pl. Taxon. 41(1): 87-101. (in Korean with English summary) crossref(new window)

21.
Lee YN. 2006. New Flora of Korea. Vol. I, II. Seoul: Kyo-Hak Publishing Co., LTD.

22.
Lim DO. 2003. Vascular plants of mountain ridge from Cheonwangbong-Hyangjeokbong section in the Baekdudaegan. Kor. J. Env. Eco. 16(4):359-386. (in Korean with English summary)

23.
Lim DO․Kim YS․Park YK․Ryu YM and Koh MH. 2004. Vascular plants of Mt. Deog-yu area in the Baekdudaegan. Kor. J. Env. Eco. 18(2): 107-122. (in Korean with English summary)

24.
Melchior H. 1964. A Engler's Syllabus der Pflanzenfamilien. Band II. Gebruder Borntraeger: Berlin.

25.
Ministry of Environment. 2012. A Guide to the Fourth National Natural Environment Research. Ministry of Environment, Gwacheon. (in Korean)

26.
Moon AR․Han JW․Park JM and Jang CG. 2013. The flora of Mt. Eungbongsan (Prov. Gangwon, Youngwol). Korean J. Plant Res. 26(2): 234-247. (in Korean with English summary) crossref(new window)

27.
Nam BM․Kim JY․Jeong S․Lee JH․Nam MJ․Oh BU and Chung GY. 2015. A flora of vascular plants in Mt. Cheongnyangsan (Bonghwa-gun, Andong-si). Korean J. Plant Res. 28(5): 616-634. (in Korean with English summary) crossref(new window)

28.
National Institute of Environmental Research. 2012. Ecosystem Disturbance Species. National Institute of Environmental Research, Incheon. (in Korean)

29.
Oh HK and You JH. 2012. The basic study for developing plant ecological indices of Sacheon-si, Gyeongsangnam-do. J. Environ. Impact Assess. 21(4): 509-523. (in Korean with English summary)

30.
Oh HK․Choi YH and You JH. 2014. Analysis of ecological index of plant using flora distributed in temple forest. J. Environ. Impact Assess. 23(4): 251-270. (in Korean with English summary) crossref(new window)

31.
Oh HK․Sagong JH and You JH. 2011. Analysis on environmental indices and naturalized plants distributed in Gyeryong-si, Korea. Kor. J. Env. Eco. 25(4): 479-489. (in Korean with English summary)

32.
Oh JH․Kim YK and Kwon JN. 2007. An analysis of landcover change and temporal landscape structure in the main ridge area of the Baekdu Daegan mountain system. Journal of the Korean Association of Geographical Information Studies 10(3): 49-57. (in Korean with English summary)

33.
Oh KK․Kang HM and Park SG. 2014. Characteristics of vegetation structure on the ridge of the Namnam-Jeongmaek. Korean J. Environ. Ecol. 28(6): 725-740. (in Korean with English summary) crossref(new window)

34.
Park SG and Oh KK. 2015. The types and structures of forest vegetation on the ridge of the Jeongmaek in South Korea. Korean J. Environ. Ecol. 29(5): 753-763. (in Korean with English summary) crossref(new window)

35.
Park SG․Cho HJ and Lee CB. 2009. Vegetation types & floristic composition of native conifer forests in the ridge of the Baekdudaegan, South Korea. Jour. Korean For. Soc. 98(4): 464-471. (in Korean with English summary)

36.
Park SH. 2009. New Illustrations and Photographs of Naturalized Plants of Korea. Seoul: Ilchokak.

37.
Seo WD․Kang CW and Ri CU. 2000. Developmental community pattern of naturalized plant, Amborsia artemisiifolia. J. of Natural Sciences 20:141-152. (in Korean with English summary)

38.
Shin HS․Kim HJ․Han SH․Kim TG and Yun CW. 2014. Phytosociological actual vegetation classification and flora in Mt. Jiryeong for Baekdudaegan Geu-Buk moutain range. Journal of Apiculture 29(2): 93-105. (in Korean with English summary)

39.
Yim YJ and Jeon ES. 1980. Distribution of naturalized plants in the Korean Peninsula. Korean Jour. Botany 23(3-4): 69-83. (in Korean with English summary)