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Flora of the Coastal Forests on the Same Latitude of East and West Coast in Korea
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Flora of the Coastal Forests on the Same Latitude of East and West Coast in Korea
Kim, Nam-Young; Choi, Hye-Jin; Kim, Young-Seol; Lee, Hak-Bong; Son, Ho-Jun; Park, Wan-Geun;
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 Abstract
Investigation of flora was performed from March to October of 2008 as Eastern and Western coastal districts located in the same latitude (), in order to apply this to basic data for effective protection and management of coastal forests also for insurance of biodiversity in coastal forests. As a result of the investigation of floras, both coastal forests recorded product-plants as follows: 98 families, 262 genera, 370 species, 46 varieties, 4 forms, 1 hybrid, 421 taxa in total. The Eastern coastal forests had 85 families, 188 genus, 248 species, 32 varieties, 3 forms, 1 hybrid, 285 taxa in total, whereas Western coastal forest had 96 families, 227 genus, 306 species, 39 varieties, 2 forms, 1 hybrid, 348 taxa in total. Among them, seashore plants accounted for 10.2% of total plants appeared in both coastal, and they are 26 families, 38 genus, 40 species, 3 hybrids and 43 taxa in total. There are special Korea plants in both coastal; 9 families, 9 genus, 8 species, 1 varieties, 1 hybrid, 10 taxa in total. There are rare plants in both coastal; 8 families, 8 genus, 7 species, 1 varieties, 8 taxa in total. Naturalized plants are also existed; 11 families, 24 species, 1 variety, 30 taxa in total.
 Keywords
coastal forest;flora;East coast;West coast;same latitude;
 Language
Korean
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