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Effects of Nitrogen Fertilization on Leaf Yield and Pyranocurmarine Accumulation in Angelica gigas Nakai
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Effects of Nitrogen Fertilization on Leaf Yield and Pyranocurmarine Accumulation in Angelica gigas Nakai
Seo, Young-Jin; Kim, Jong-Su; Park, Kee-Choon; Park, Chun-Geun; Ahn, Young-Sup; Cha, Seon-Woo; Kang, Yoon-Ju;
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 Abstract
Angelica gigas Nakai is one of the most widely used herbal medicines and is known to have many pharmaceutical effects including an anti-oxidant, anti-cancer etc. This study was carried out to investigate an effect of fertilization on leaf yield, production of dry-matter and accumulation of pyranocurmarine compounds such as decursin (DE) and decursinol angelate (DA) in Angelica gigas Nakai. Effect of fertilization was determined from response surface regression equation composing of 2 by 3 factorial arrangement of urea, sodium dihydrogen phosphate and potassium chloride. Yield of leaf in Angelica gigas Nakai significantly increased until 100 days after transplanting. Production of leaf also tended to increase with increasing nitrogen fertilization. Model of regression equation showed that leaf production depended upon nitrogen (> : 0.087, 0.256 and 0.079). Also, statistical results between nitrogen application level and production of dry-matter showed significant relationship (p<0.05) and contents of dry-matter was highest in 10 kg 10a-1 treatment on 24 Sep. Active compound isolated and purified from leaf and root of Angelica gigas Nakai was identified as DE and DA by gas chromatograph-mass spectrophotometry (GC-MS). Concentration of DA as prevalent compound in leaf was highest on 20 Aug. but decreased on 24 Sep. Amount of DE and DA accumulated in Angelica gigas Nakai significantly increased with growth stages and nitrogen level. The result of our investigation imply that nitrogen fertilization is important factor for production of leaf and accumulation of pyranocurmarine in Angelica gigas Nakai as a medicinal/food materials.
 Keywords
Nitrogen;Fertilization;Decursin;Decursinol angelate;Angelica gigas Nakai;
 Language
Korean
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