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The Korean Journal of Mycology
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Volume 3, Issue 2 - Dec 1975
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Decomposition of Fiber by the Basidiomycetes
Kim, Sam-Soon ; Kim, Ki-Ju ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 3, issue 2, 1975, Pages 1~6
Various enzymes produced by the Basidiomycetes, i.e. Pleurotus ostreatus, Pholiota nameko and Flammulina velutipes have been analysed. The purpose of the analyses is to produce a nutritious fertilizer from saw dust, sweet potato stems, corn stems and barley stems which are known as the farm product waste materials. The results of the analyses are as follows: 1. In order for P. ostreatus, Pho. nameko and F. velutipes to grow properly, the saw dust of broad-leaved trees, poplar and chestnut were mixed with sweet-potato stems, corn stems and barley straws at the ratio of
, and then to this mixture was added rice bran at the ratio of
The following proved to be optimum conditions for the growth in this test: the parcentage of water content
degrees of temperature. 2. We analyzed the fiber contained in the above materials after 20 days growth in various media. We found out that the fiber was decomposed up to
and polysaccharified. Lignin was decomposed up to
and about three times as much protein was contained in the product as in the original materials. 3. Our analyses revealed the possibility of producing concentrated feed from the crude fiber.
Studies on Pythium spp. in Korea -(I) Preliminary taxonomic and physiological studies-
Lee, Eung-Kwon ; Lee, Young-Hee ; Yoo, Jae-Dang ; Long, Peter G. ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 3, issue 2, 1975, Pages 7~12
Three species of Pythium previously not recorded in Korea were found during 1975. Pythium spinosum Sawada was isolated from diseased cabbage seedlings, P. myriotylum Dreschl. was isolated from kidney bean and P. butleri Subramanium from cucumber, spinach, red bean and radish. Pathogenicity of isolates of P. butleri and P. myriotylum was confirmed in pathogenicity tests but P. spinosum appeared to be non-pathogenic. Several isolates failed to sporulate satisfactorily on cornmeal agar and some produced degenerate oogonia after sub-culturing on this medium. Sunflower seed agar was found to be a suitable alternative medium. The validity of previous records of P. debaryanum Hess in Korea is discussed.
Notes on Korean Higher Fungi
Lee, Ji-Yul ; Cho, Duck-Hyun ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 3, issue 2, 1975, Pages 13~18
50 specimens of higher fungi were collected on Mt. Sobaek and Andong areas from September 5, 1974 to July 30, 1975. These fungi were identified by Imazeki and Hongo's classification key based on Singer's taxonomic system. Nine species of them were newly recognized to occur in Korea; Hygrophorus pantoleucus Hongo. Marasmius prasiosmus (Fr.) Fr. Conocybe lactea (Lange) Metrod, Pholiota spumosa(Fr.) Sing., Crepidotus sulphurinus Imaz. et Toki, Pantoleucus retipes (Berk. et Curt.) Sing., Calodon zonatus(Fr.)
, Patella scutellata (St. Amans) Morgan and Peziza badia Pers. ex Merat.
A Study on the Variation of Air Temperature in the Box Containing Dry Ice for Transportation of the Pine Mushroom, Tricholoma matsutake (Ito et Imai) Sing.
Lee, Ji-Yul ; Kim, Hyung-Bae ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 3, issue 2, 1975, Pages 19~23
A study on the variation of the air temperature in the pine mushroom box containing dry ice for the preservation of the freshness of the pine mushroom, Tricholoma matsutake (Ito et Imai) Sing. produced in Korea was made in Seoul, Korea during the period of August 1 to 30, 1975. A safe shipment of 5 kg (net weight) of fresh mushrooms with freshness preserved for 24 hours in August required the placement of 4.5 kg of dry ice-a half in the upper portion and the other half in the middle portion-in an airtight container (mushroom box). The container used for the shipment test, made of 3mm-thick double-layer cardboard, was of the dimensions :
. As the temperature fell, decreased amounts of dry ice were needed : 3 to 2 kg in September and 1.5 to 0.3 kg in October. With this preservation method, large quantities of fresh mushrooms were exported to Tokyo ana Osaka, Japan without damage in the process of transportation.
Microbial Treatment of Saw Dust for Animal Food -(I) Changes of Lignin and Protein Contents-
Lee, Bae-Ham ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 3, issue 2, 1975, Pages 25~29
Twelve strains of wood decaying Basidiomycetes were tested for ability to decomposelignin in saw dust of Pine, Quelcus, Rawan and Zelkowa, wood and to transform inorganic nitrogen in the medium into organic crude protein. In this test, one strain of Pleurotus ostreatus showed to be 49% of its ability of lignin decomposition. The increasing rate of the crude protein went up to 26%. It is considered, therefore, saw dust can he a useful animal food by microbial treatment.
Taxonomic Study on Korean Basidiomycetes
Kim, Dong-Soo ; Kim, Yang-Sop ; Park, Young-Hwan ; Hongo, Tsuguo ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 3, issue 2, 1975, Pages 31~33
Among the higher fungi collected from 5 different locations in Korea, 37 species of Basidiomycetes were demonstrated to be new to Korea. These included 10 edible species and 27 inedible species. Korean common names of all the fungi were designated by the authors.
Kim, Sam-Soon ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 3, issue 2, 1975, Pages 35~37