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The Korean Journal of Mycology
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Volume 9, Issue 4 - Dec 1981
Volume 9, Issue 3 - Oct 1981
Volume 9, Issue 2 - Aug 1981
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Apr 1981
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Studies on Constituents and Culture of the Higher Fungi of Korea
Shim, Mi-Ja ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 9, issue 2, 1981, Pages 49~66
The objectives of this investigation were to produce artificially an antitumor constituent by submerged culture of the mycelium of Coriolus versicolor (Fr.) Quel., to characterize the influence of various modifications of the nutrient and culture conditions with respect to the production, to determine chemical composition of the antitumor constituent, and to examine effects of the constituent on the immune response of mice. Submerged agitation of the mycelium in flasks containing a nutrient solution showed its adequate growth. Especially the mycelial growth in the medium containing glucose and yeast extract was abundant. The addition of cotton seed flour or ginseng waste to the medium increased the yield of mycelial growth and the production of the antitumor constituent. The replacement of glucose with starch also yielded the adequate growth. The antitumor constituent extracted from the mycelium and isolated from the culture filtrate was a protein-bound polysaccharide. The analyses of this constituent by GLC and amino acid autoanalysis showed that it contained four monosaccharides and fifteen amino acids. The protein-free polysaccharide of the constituent was also found to exert greater antitumor activity against sarcoma-180 in mice than the entire constituent. The antitumor constituent was found to potentiate the immune response of mice against sheep red blood cell. The protein-bound polysaccharide exerted more favorable influence on the immunity than the protein-free moiety.
Studies on the Artificial Substrates with Rice Straw and the Spawning for Pleurotus florida in Korea
Go, Seung-Joo ; Park, Young- Hwan ; Cha, Dong-Yeul ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 9, issue 2, 1981, Pages 67~72
This study was performed to examine the cultivation of Pleurotus florida that forms pinhead between 5 and
, on rice straw substrates in Korea. The highest yield of P. florida sporophores was obtained from the fermented rice straw substrates added 5% rice bran to the rice straw by dry weight basis at the starting of fermentation. The pile turning of materials for uniform fermenting was made three times when the temperature of the pile reached
during out door composting. The
row steam was treated 6 hrs for pasterization of the substrates in the cultivating house. The quantity of spawn affected the mycelial growth and the yield of P. florida. The optimum amount of spawn was 10% to the rice straw by dry weight basis mixed with the substrates. P. florida produced normal sphorophores from September to middle of July of the following year.
The Flora of Higher Fungi in Mt. Mudeung Area(II)
Cho, Duck- Hyun ; Lee, Ji-Yul ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 9, issue 2, 1981, Pages 73~76
One hundred specimens of higher fungi were collected at Mt. Mudeung area from April to October, 1980. These higher fungi were identified and classified into 2 classes, 2 subclasses, 7 orders, 14 families, 21 genera and 33 species. Among them, Baeospora proved to be new genus in Korea. And Baeospora myosura (Fr.) Sing., Marasmius purpureostriatus Hongo, Psathyrella gracilis (Fr.) Quel., lnocybe sphaeospora Kobayasi and Trametes coccinea Fr. were found to be new in Korea.
Taxonomical Studies on Korean Higher Fungi for the Publication of Colored Illustrations
Lee, Ji-Yul ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 9, issue 2, 1981, Pages 77~91
This study has been carried out for the publication of colored illustrations of Korean fungi. The fresh higher fungi 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 September 1, 1980 to August 31, 1981. These higher fungi were made colored slides and dried specimens, then classified. According to the investigated result, colored slides and classification for the common 151 species were completed among 620 spp. which were known all of the fungi in Korea. They were included 2 classes, 37 families, 89 genera, 149 species, 1 variety and 1 forma. Their world distributions were investigated. Fifteen species of them, that is, Aleuria aurantia (Fr.) Fuckel, Patella scutellata (St. Amans) Lambotte, Calocora viscosa Fr., Hygrocybe turunda (Fr.) Karst, Suillus pictus (Peck) Smith et Thiers, Marasmius purpureostriatus Hongo, Pleurocybella porrigens (Fr.) Sing., Lepiota bresadoiae Schulzer, Russula aurata Fr., Lactarius hygrophoroides Berk. et Br., Thelephora multipartita Fr., Inonotus mikadoi (Lloyd) Imaz, Antrodia mollis (Sommerf.) Karst, Ganoderma neo-japonicum Imaz. and Tyromyces lacteus (Fr.) Murr. were found to be new in Korea. In addition their common names and descriptons were prepared. According to study plan, this paper pressed only one page in colored plate among 151 species.
Studies on Mycogone perniciosa as Variable Strain in Cultivated Mushroom of Agaricus bisporus
Kim, Gwang-Po ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 9, issue 2, 1981, Pages 93~97
The new strains of Mycogone perniciosa which could attack cream colored mushroom were collected and tested to find out their characteristics in comparison with the original strains. The optimum temperature for mycelial growth was
, showing no difference between strains, but optimum pH was 6.0 for the original strains and pH 7.0 for the new ones. New strains did not survive at
for 60 minutes while original ones 40 minutes. Delan and Hamai were effective for controlling new strains and the mushroom strains which have scales showed resistance to the new strains of Mt. perniciosa regardless of the mushroom colors.
Studies on the Constituents of the Higher Fungi of Korea(XXXI)
Lee, Chong-Ock ; Kim, Sung-Hun ; Kang, Chang-Yuil ; Kim, Sung-Won ; Choi, Eung-Chil ; Kim, Byong-Kak ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 9, issue 2, 1981, Pages 99~101
Attempts were made to investigate on the fatty acids of Lentinus lepideus Fr. Fats were extracted from its carpophores and saponified with alcoholic potassium hydroxide. Isolated fatty acids were methylated and were subjected to column chromatography and GLC. Six saturated fatty acids, i.e., dodecanoic, tridecanoic, tetradecanoic, pentadecanoic, hexadecanoic and octadecanoic acids were identified. Especially myristic acid was abundant. Four unsaturated fatty acids, i.e., hexadecadienoic, oleic, linoleic, linolenic acids, were identified. Especially oleic and linoleic acid were abundant.
Studies on the Development of Antibiotics in Korea(I) -The Distribution of Antibiotic-producing Streptomyces in the Western Area of Korea(I)-
Lee, Donn-Yil ; Kim, Sung-Won ; Ko, Kwang ;
The Korean Journal of Mycology, volume 9, issue 2, 1981, Pages 103~108
The antibiotic-producing Streptomyces strains were isolated from the soils of various localities in Yeang-Kwang and tested for the activity against some of gram positive and negative microorganisms, especially against Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The results are summarized as follows. 1. A total of 1464 Streptomyces strains were isolated from 336 soil samples. Of all the strains tested, 636 strains of the isolates showed antibiotic activity against either gram positive or negative test organisms. And 408 of the 636 strains were strongly active against one or all of those testorganisms. 2. Ninety-three of Streptomyces strains among the active isolates showed the antibiotic activity against Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and 24 of 93 strains showed the strong antibiotic activity against all of the test organisms i.e. Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus subtilis, Escherichia coli, Salmonella typhi and Shigella jlexneri. 3. Antibiotic-producing Streptomyces strains active against Pseudomonas aeruginosa were isolated from the soil samples taken from vegetable field, paddy field, sandy ground and roadway, but not isolated from the soil taken from dwelling area, grass field and piers.