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The Korean Journal of Mycology
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Volume 1, Issue 2 - Dec 1973
Volume 1, Issue 1 - Jun 1973
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The Effects of Total Nitrogen and Residual Ammonia Contents of Compost on the Yield of Cultivated Mushroom, Agaricus Bisporus
Shin, Gwan-Chul ; Oh, Byoung-Youl ; Kim, Dong-Soo ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 1, issue 2, 1973, Pages 1~7
Among the factors which affect the mushroom yield, this investigation was aimed to confim the relationship between nitrogen content of rice straw compost and crop yield, residual ammonia content and yield. In this investigation the nitrogen content in dry weight of compost ranged from 1.10 to 2.06% and the residual ammonia content between 0.01 and 0.8% at spawning according to the sources of organic or inorganic nitrogen and the formulas of compost materials. The results obtained are summarized as follows: 1. The relationship between nitrogen content of rice straw compost and mushroom yield was represented by the formula: y=13.95+0.048
. 2. Nitrogen content and mushroom yield of compost supplemented with organic nitrogen sources were increased as compared with control or inorganic treatments. 3. The relationship between the residual ammonia content and mushroom yield is represented by the formula:
. In order to obtain high cropping yield the residual ammonia content at spawning should be below 0.03% (expressed as nitrogen content). 4. Application of ammonium sulfate increased the nitrogen content of compost slightly, but the residual ammonia content was increased considerably and yield decreased. On the other hand, the residual ammonia content of urea treatment was low and increased mushroom yield remarkably.
Studies on the Classification of Aspergillus spp. by Fluorence Antibody Reaction
Moon, Hi-Joo ; Kim, Sung-Kon ; Lee, Bae-Ham ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 1, issue 2, 1973, Pages 9~14
Author investigated fluorence antibody reaction for the antigenic relationships between Asp niger group, Asp flavus and Asp parasiticus which was indicated as follows: 1. It was concluded that there are complete differences in the antigenic properties each other because it has not cross reaction, therefore identification of strains will be simpley classified. 2. A complete cross reaction between Asp flavus and Asp parasitic us in the Asp flavus groups existed, accordingly this reaction could not identified the strain and classified between Asp. flavus and Asp. parasiticus. 3. This experiment also followed with the separated each strains from the origin (Meju, Nuruk, ATCC, NRRL), but there no differences. From the above results, this method could be classified between Asp flavus group and Asp niger group in the genus Aspergillus, but classification of Asp. flavus and Asp. parasiticus should hardely conclude with this method.
Studies on the Manufacture of Concentrated Feed by the Use of Farm Product Waste Materials
Kim, Sam-Soon ; Lee, Ji-Yul ; Park, Sung-Oh ; Kim, Ki-Joo ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 1, issue 2, 1973, Pages 15~23
Mold producing cellulase were isolated from rotten woods, and identified as the three species: Aspergillus niger van Tieghem, Aspergillus schiemanni Thom and Trichoderma viride Pers. In this paper, culture conditions in the media and characteristics of these strains were investigated. Using these strains, we have conducted a research concerning the utilization of farm product waste materia's. 1. Optimum conditions for the cellulase formation were as follows. KM 10-1; pH 5.2-5.5,
, incubation time 6 days. OL 11-1; pH 5.5,
, incubation time 6 days. SH 9-2; pH 5.5,
, incubatoin time 6 days. 2. Their cellulase activities in their optimum condition were as follows: KM 10-1; CMC-LP 78.5% CMC-SP 4.0 glucose mg/gm of the cultures/min. OL 11-1; CMC-LP 89.9%, CMC-SP 4.9 glucose mg/gm of the cultures/min. SH 9-2; CMC-I.P 77.4%, CMC-SP 3.9 glucose mg/gm of the cultures/min. 3. Hydrolysis of animal feed containing a large quantity (23-30%) of cellulose by means of the crude enzyme in the selected strains resolved 30% of the cellulose contained in the animal feed.
Studies on the Incubation Condition according to Carbon Source, Nitrogen Source and Isolation of Pathogenic Aspergilli from Lung of Domestic Fowls
Lee, Bae-Ham ; Lee, Kyoung-Bae ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 1, issue 2, 1973, Pages 25~30
The Aspergilli can be isolated from many of damaged domestic fowl's lung which were collected at fowl slaughter house from July to August 1973, during two months at Dapsimri, Dongdaemoon-ku, Seoul city. The survey of incubation condition for carbon source and nitrogen source were summerized as follows: 1. One of the Aspergillius fumigatus group were isolated from damaged domestic fowl's lung. 2. In the preparation of isolation media, adding the 4 gs of silkworm pupa and Meju to Czapek's agar medium is more preferable than Austick's media (2% malt extract agar) 3. In survey of incubation condition, the growth rate and sporulation shown that higher differences according to varieties and amounts of C-source. And in the case of 20% C-source concentration shown that low growth rate than lower concentration of C-source. 4. In N-source, the growth rate indicated that some difference according to varieties of N-source, difference of growth rate demonstrated almost not shown at various amounts differences of mycelium and sporulation was only detected reversely.
The Taxonomical Studies of Curvularia Blight of Turf (Arostis canina L.) in Korea
Kim, Jong-Hi ; Lee, Min-Woong ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 1, issue 2, 1973, Pages 31~33
On September 1972, a blight disease of turf (Arostis canina L.)was found in a golf link in Seoul Country Club at Seoul, Korea. Yellow circular patches of 15-20cm in diameter were observed and spreaded irregulary to collapse of themselves. The roots of the diseased plants were dark in color and were in a final state of decay. We isolated Curvularia sp. from the diseased plants and investigated the morphological and cultural characters. Its characters as follows: Mycelia septate, branched, hyaline or yellowish brown colored. Conidiophores septate, thin brown, unbranched.
. Conidia clustered at the tips of conidiophores, boat form or slightly curved with 1-5 septa, brown; both end cells hyaline; the third cell much larger than the others.
(4 cell's conidium). The pathogenicity of the fungus to host plant was confirmed by soil inoculation method. We classified the fungus according to Gilman's method as a species Curvularia geniculata (Tracy and Earle) Boedjin.