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The Korean Journal of Mycology
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Volume 10, Issue 4 - Dec 1982
Volume 10, Issue 3 - Sep 1982
Volume 10, Issue 2 - Jun 1982
Volume 10, Issue 1 - Mar 1982
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Taxonomical Studies on Korean Fungi of Ascomycetes for the Publication of Colored Illustrations
Lee, Yong-Bo ; Lee, Ji-Yul ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 10, issue 3, 1982, Pages 101~110
This study has been carried out for the publication of colored illustrations of Korean fungi. The fresh fungi of Ascomycetes were collected and photographed, for the most part, at Gwangneung, Kyonggi Province, Mt. Yongmun in Kyonggi Province, Mt. Sokri in Chungcheong Province, Mt. Jiyee in Kyeongsang Province, Mt. Mudeug in Jeonra Province, and Mt. Hanra in Jeuju Island from July 1, 1981 to June 31, 1982. These higher fungi were made into colored slides and dried specimens, then classified. According to the investigated result, colored slides and classification for the common and new to Korea 101 species were completed among 620 spp. which were known all of the fungi in Korea. They were included 10 oders, 19 families, 51 genera and 101 species. Their world distributions were investigated. Twenty six species of them, that is, Peziza vesiculosa, Rhizina inflata, Gelasinospora longispora, Sordaria fimicola, Cantharcmyces exiguus, Dichomyces biformis, D. furcifer, D. homalotae, D. hybridus, D. vulgatus, Dioicomyces anthici, Enathromyces indicus, Laboulbenia borealis, L. brachconychi, L. cristata, L. exigua, L. fusciculata, L. filifera, L. flagellata, L. rougetii, L. tachys, L. vulgaris, L. yoshidai, Rickia ancylopi, R. papuana and R. peyerimhoffii were found to be new in Korea. In addition their common names and descriptions prepared. According to study plan, this paper pressed only one page in colored plate among 101 species.
Antitumor Components of Cryptoporus volvatus
Kim, Byong-Kak ; Robbers, James E. ; Chung, Kyeong-Soo ; Chung, Hee-Soo ; Choi, Eung-Chil ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 10, issue 3, 1982, Pages 111~117
The carpophores of Cryptoporus volvatus collected in Gyeong-gi Province of Korea were extracted with water and a protein-polysaccharide fraction was obtained after dialysis and lyophilization. The antitumor activity of this fraction was tested against sarcoma 180 implanted in A-strain mice. The tumor inhibition ratio was 80.4% in case of the high dose group (50mg/kg, ip, 10 days) and 70.3% in the low dose group (20mg/kg, ip, 10 days). The proteinpolysaccharide fraction was chemically analyzed and was found to be a complex of a protein which was 18.2% of the fraction when determined by Lowry-Folin method, and a polysaccharide which was 55.3% of ther fraction when determined by Anthrone method. Their subunits were identified as four monosaccharides and 18 amino acids by gas-liquid chromatography and amino acid autoanalysis.
The Nature of Fungistasis in Sterile and Glucose-peptone Amended Soil on Helminthosporium victoriae and Mortierella n. sp.
Lee, Min-Woong ; Choi, Hae-Jung ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 10, issue 3, 1982, Pages 119~124
The characteristics of the six different agricultural soil from Michigan were as follows. Colwood and Capac soil were loam, Gilford and Ceresco were sandy clay loam, Sission was clay loam, and Spinks was sandy loam. pH of Gilford sandy clay loam was 6.6 whereas that of the soil ranged
. Gilford sandy loam found to contain a relatively higher amount of organic matters as compared to other soils. Furthermore, the numbers of bacteria in Gilford sandy clay loam were significantly higher than those in other soils. The populations of fungi in Gilford sandy clay loam and Colwood loam soils were significantly greater than those in other soils. On the other hand, the densities of actinomycetes in Gilford sandy clay loam and Ceresco sandy clay loam soils were significantly different from those in other soils. The population of anaerobic bacteria varied depending on the soils; Ceresco sandy clay loam, Capac loam, Colwood loam soils have higher numbers of bacteria, whereas Gilford sandy clay loam was very lesser than the other soils. In the
respiration by soil microorganisms after 10 hrs, the respiration rate was decreasing in the order of Ceresco sandy clay loam, Spinks sandy loam, Colwood loam, Sission clay loam, Capac loam and Gilford sandy clay loam. Germination of test propagules on natural soil soil was
, and it was germinated
on autoclaved soil and PDA. The propagules differed in thier germination response to nutrients added to the soils. In general, more nutrients were required to promote germination on Capac loam and Gilford sandy loam soil than Spinks sandy loam soil. Especially Mortierella n. sp. required more nutrients for germination to obtain the same ratio as Helminthosporium victoriae.
Four New Species of Mushrooms Collected from a Pinus rigida Stand in Suweon
Lee, Kyung-Joon ; Koo, Chang-Duck ; Kim, Yang-Sup ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 10, issue 3, 1982, Pages 125~129
Of about 70 different mushrooms (potential ectomycorrhizal fungi) collected from forest floor of a 24-year-old Pinus rigida rigida
taeda stand, four species have not been reported in Korea. They are Inocybe fastigiata, Phylloporus bellus, Lactarius glaucescens, and Lactarius subvellereus. The Phylloporus bellus has been incorrectly identified in Korea as Phylloporus rhodoxanthus. Taxonomic descriptions for these four mushrooms are reported in this paper. The collections cited are deposited in the herbarium of Institute of Agricultural science O.R.D.