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Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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Journal DOI :
The Korean Society of Systematic Zoology
Editor in Chief :
Cheon Young Chang, Mann Kyoon Shin
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Volume 10, Issue 2 - Dec 1994
Volume 10, Issue 1 - Jun 1994
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Taxonomic Study on Three Families (Peltoperlidae, Perlodidae, Perlidae) of Stoneflies (Plecoptera) in Korea
Chul ho Ra ; Jong Sun Kim ; Yang Won Kang ; Soon Ah Ham ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 10, issue 1, 1994, Pages 1~15
A taxonomic study on three families of Plecoptera in Korea was performed with adults, nymphs and eggs. As a result, the identified species were eight species , eight genera. Among them, three species, Perlodes stigmata n.sp., Kamimura coreana n. sp. and Neoperla coreensis n.sp ., are described as new in this paper.
A systematic Study of Marine Sponges in Korea 11. Sponges of Islets near the coast of Cheju Island
Chung-Ja Sim ; Young-Hae Kim ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 10, issue 1, 1994, Pages 17~37
Among areas in Korea, Cheju Island and its vicinity are inhabited by the most diverse sponges , and a number of species have been recorded as new to science or new to Korean founa, Forty species of sponges belonging to 29 genera in 21 families were identified as a result of research based on the materials deposited in the Department of Biology, Hannam University and the Department of Biology. Ehwa Woman's University. These species had been collected in Cheju Island and its vicinity. Three species are known to be new to science, and nine other species discovered for the first time from Korea. The new species are described with detailied illustrations, and for the new records for Korea the remarks and illustrations are prepared.
Three New Species of Interstitial Collembola (Insecta) from Sand Dunes of South Korea
Jean-Marc Thibaud ; Byung-Hoon Lee ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 10, issue 1, 1994, Pages 39~46
Seven species of intersititial Collebola are identified from South Korean sand dunes. Three of them are new to science, Wilemia koreana, Onychiurus mariangeae and Protaphorura kwona. This is the first report of Collembola inhabiting coastal milieu from the Korean peninsula.
Two New Species of Chthoniidae (Arachnida : Pseudoscorpiones) from Korea
Tae Heung Kim ; yong Hong ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 10, issue 1, 1994, Pages 47~53
Two new species of the Chthoniidae, Mundochthonius minusculus, n.sp. and Mundochthonius bifurcatus n.sp. , are described herein . Korean Chthoniidae, thus, comprises a total of six recorded species from four genera.
Two New Species of Syllidae (Annelida, Polychaeta) from Korea
Jong Wui Lee ; Boon Jo Rho ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 10, issue 1, 1994, Pages 55~60
Two new species each bolonging to the genera Opisthosyllis and Syllis collected from Cheju Is. are described under the name of Opisthosyllis convexa and Syllis cirrita, respectively.
Pteriomorphia (Mollusca : Bivalvia) from Ullng Island , Korea
Byung Lae Choe ; Won Kim ; Jong Rak Lee ; Sook Hee Yoon ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 10, issue 1, 1994, Pages 61~83
Thirty-three species or subspecies of marine peteriomorphs from Ullng Island, Korea are described . All the described species are new to the fauna of this island. Among them, five speices, Modiolus (Modiolus) comptus Sowerby, 1915, Gregareiella coralliophaga(Gmelin, 1791) , Musculus (Musculus) laevigatus (Gray, 1824), Chlamys(Coralichlamys) jousseaumei Bavay, 19.4, Spndylus (Spondylus) varius Sowerby, 1829 are newly recorded in Korean waters. These five species are redescribed.
Introduction of Western Biology into Korea, with Special Reference to Animal Systematics
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 10, issue 1, 1994, Pages 85~95
When biology as science was fast developing in the West, Korea remained isolated and stayed with traditional biology. This was only followed by western collectors who brought the specimens with them to their home country, their publications including almost 3,000 species (duplication allowed) during 1843-1924. The Journal of Chosen Natural History Society(1924-1944) published 318 papers by 91 authors wherein animal systematics papers predominated with 224 (70.4%) and basic taxonomy of description , list and faunal studies enumerated 201 among others . Even though the number of Korea authors was limited to only seven as compared to 83 Japanese majority two Koreans ranked third and ifth in number of publication. Those Koreans trained by Japanese scholars as their assistants, however, put the corner stone with several Koreans from Japan, upon which direct introuction of western biology to Korea was made possible after World War II.
History of Biology Education in Korea During the Periord of 1880-1945
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 10, issue 1, 1994, Pages 97~123
The author devided th period of 1876-1945 into three epochs ; the Opening of Ports in 1876 -before the Political Reform in 1894 , the Political Reform- the Japanese annexation of Korea in 1910 , and the Epoch of Japanese Colony during 1910-1945. As civilization through including educational reform rised. The modern school system began to be introduced nongovernmentally and governmentally to Korea in the 1880's without any school laws. Were chronologycally established school regulation by Korea Government in 1895-1893, school laws by Korean Government under the supervision of the Japanese Residency-General of Korea in 1906-1910, and the educational laws of Korea by the Japanese Government-General of Korea in 1911-1943. In these epochs, the numbers of elementary , secondary and higher educational institutions and the numbers of pupils and students had increased slowly. Japanese had developed sonwhat primary education and secondary technical education, but it had checked extremely the Korean peoples to receive secondary liberal education and higher education, On the epoch of Japanese colony, Japanese occupied nearly half of elementary school teachers, almost of public secondary school teachers educated in Japan, and nearly all of professor educated in Japan in public and national colleges which were technical, and in one imperial university . Forty or more Korean teachers taught natural history chief at private secondary schools for Koreans , more than half of them being graduates of colleges of agriculture and forestry in Korea and Japan. The author mentioned curricula , and subjects and textbooks connected with biology of elementary, secondary and higher educational institutions. The pup8ls and students received biological knowledge through learning sciences at primary schools ; natural history (plants, animals and minerals ) at secondary schools including normal schools ; botany, zoology, genetics and major subjects related with biology such as anatomy, physiology, bacteriology, pland breeding at medical colleges and colleges of agriculture and forestry. There were no departments of biology , botany or zoology in Korea. Only seven Koreas graduated from departments of biology, botany or zoology at imperial universities in Japan. Some of them played the leading parts to develop education and researches of biology in the universities after 1945 Liberation.