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The Korean Journal of Mycology
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Volume 8, Issue 3 - Dec 1980
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Studies on Artificial Cultivation of Poria cocos
Park, Jong-Jin ; Ham, Hyung-Bae ; Lee, Min-Wung ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 8, issue 3, 1980, Pages 133~142
Poria cocos, a parasite on Pinus densiflora was studied for its optimum growing condition from May 1, 1979 to November 15, 1980. 1) The optimum pH value was 5.0, and it had poor growth below pH 3.0 and no growth above pH 7.0. 2) The optimum temperatures were
, and it had poor growth below
. 3) On Robbins and Herrey's solid media, malt extract(diameter of colony at 2% of the above material was 90mm) and tomato extract(at 8% was 90mm) gave the best growth. 4) By Badcock method, the best growth was obtained in P.D.A. supplemented with accelerator 5% of the above material of liquid media(85mm in diameter of colony) and malt extract 2% of P.D.A. added with accelerator 5% of them of liquid media(410mg of hyphae of dry weight) but the growth rate was poor in the media of wood extract agar supplemented with accelerator 5% of the above material giving 30mm diameter of the colony. 5) The growth on Robbins basal medium supplemented with Quercus accutissima extract showed 305. 3mg of hyphae of dry weight and Robinia pseudoacasia was supplemented with it showed 256.3mg of them. 6) The best growth was obtained in Jennison basal medium supplemented with L-asparagine showing 44.3mg of hyphae of dry weight.
Clinical and Mycological Studies on Tinea cruris
Lew, Hee-Joon ; Kim, Hong-Sik ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 8, issue 3, 1980, Pages 143~148
The authors performed clinical and mycological studies on Tinea cruris of 842 outpatients who had visited the dermatology clinic of Seoul National University Hospital from 1975 to 1979. 1) The incidence of Tinea cruris was 4.4% in maximum and 3.0% in minimum of the total superficial mycotic diseases cases, so there are no remarkable changes of the yearly prevalence rate. 2) Tinea cruris was more frequent among males, and the male cases were 15.2 times higher than those of female cases. 3) By the monthly distribution, Tinea cruris shows most high in summer season (June, July and August). 4) The age distribution group for Tinea cruris varied from the first to the eighth decade, but most of them were in their third decade. 5) Concurrent infection of Tinea cruris with other types of dermatophytoses(Tinea) was noted in 19.0% of the cases. Patients with Tinea cruris and Tinea pedis were most highly observed in 51.3%, and on next. Tinea cruris and Tinea corporis 25.6% in all of the concurrent infection cases. 6) The strains were identified by culture on ordinary Sabouraud's glucose agar media and abtained three species and 99 strains. a) Trichophyton rubrum was most common causative organism of Tinea cruris. Trichophyton rubrum was isolated 64 strains (64.6%). b) Trichophyton mentagrophytes was isolated 27 stains (27.3%) and Epidermophyton floccosum was 8 strains (8.1%).
Studies on Parmeliae in Mt. Deokyoo Area
Cho, Sung-Sik ; Lee, Young-Nok ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 8, issue 3, 1980, Pages 149~157
Two hundred and forty specimens of lichens were collected in Mt. Deokyoo located in Moojoo-Gun, Jeonlabuk-Do during the period of May 1 to September 30, 1979. Among them, 20 species of genus Parmelia are identified by utilizing Yoshimura's key. The following seventeen species of genus Parmelia are newly added to Korean flora: P. piedomontensis, P. subtamigera, P. mexicana, P. taractica, P. relicina, P. borreri, P. cochleata, P. marmarizia, P. reticulata, P. denegans, P. subaurulenta, P. homogenes, P. subcrinata, P. austrosinensis, P. praesorediosa, P. perlata and P. caperata.
Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis of the Cell Proteins from Differentiating Aspergillus niger
Park, Yong-Ja ; Kim, Jong-Hyup ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 8, issue 3, 1980, Pages 159~166
Aspergillus niger van Tieghem was cultured by the method of submerged and synchronized culture for the study of differentiation. Acid-phenol soluble cell proteins of the fungus were extracted from four stages during development. Those acid-phenol soluble proteins were separated by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis to determine the protein patterns. A new protein band was observed from the pre-sporulation body, color density of the stained protein bands in four tubes differed according to the differentiation stages. The number of protein bands in 10% gels varied from 18 to 16, 17, and 19 according to the course of spore germination stage, conidiophore stage, phialide maturation stage and sporulation stage.