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Korean Journal of Plant Resources
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The Plant Resources Society of Korea
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Volume 11 - Oct 1998
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Aug 1998
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Jun 1998
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Feb 1998
Volume 1, Issue 2 - 00 1998
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Genotype Fingerprinting, Differentiation and Association between Morphological Traits and SSR Loci of Soybean Landraces
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 2, 1998, Pages 81~81
Comparison and Sequence Analysis of the 3` - terminal Regions of RNA 1 of Barley Yellow Mosaic Virus
Lee,Kui Jae ; Satoshi Kashiwazaki ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 2, 1998, Pages 92~92
An isolate of barley yellow mosaic virus(BaYMV-HN) obtained from haenam, Korea was compared with two BaYMV strains, BaYMV-Ⅱ-1 from Japan and BaYMV-G from Germany. The sequence of the 3'-terminal 3817nucleotides[excluding the poly (A) tail] of RNA 1 of BaYMV-HN was determined to start within a long open reading frame coding for a part of the NIa-VPg polymerase(26 amino acids), NIa-Pro polymerase (343 amino acids), NIb polymerase(528 amino acids) and the entire capsid protein(297 amino acids), which is followed by a noncoding region(NCR) of 235 nucelotides. In the partial ORFs, BaYMV-HN shows higher sequence homology with BaYMV-Ⅱ-1(99.5%)than BaYMV-G(92.7%). The 3' non-coding regions of BaYMV-HN(235nt) shows higher nucleotide sequence homology with BaYMV-G(235nt)(99.6%) than BaYMV-Ⅱ-1(231nt)(97.0%). The 3' NIa-Pro protein sequence of BaYMV-HN shows higher amino acid sequence homology with BaYMV-Ⅱ-1(95.0%) than BaYMV-G(93.6%), but, NIb protein sequence of BaYMV-HN shows same all amino acid sequence. The capsid protein sequence of BaYMV-HN(297aa) shows same with BaYMV-Ⅱ-1, and shows higher nucleotide sequence homology with BaYMV-UK(from United Kingdom) (97.3%)than BaYMV-G(96.9%) and G2(96.9%). Difference of capsid protein amino acid were 0-9 between the Japan, United Kingdom and Germany and were 2-6 between all Korean isolates. Many fo the amino acid differences are located in the N-terminal regions of the capsid proteins from 1 to 74 amino acid positions.
Effect of Media Components and Phytohormones on in vitro Frond Proliferation of Lemna gibba G3 and 24 Additional Lemna gibba Strains
Moon, H. K. ; N.Rajbhandari ; A.M.Stomp ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 2, 1998, Pages 98~98
The effects of basal media, sucrose and phytohormone concentrations, and gelling agent combinations on in vitro frond proliferation of Lemna gibba G3 and 24 additional Lemna gibba strains were examined. Frond proliferation was equivalent on Schenk and Hidebrandt. Murashige and Skoog, Nitsch and Nitsch, and Gamborg's B5 media and poor on Murashige and Skoog medium in the absence of benzyladenine. With the addition ob benzyladenine, Schenk and Hildebrandt and Gamborg's B5 were superior and equivalent. The addition of benzyladenine increased equally frond proliferatin at either 1 or 10㎛, however at 10㎛ fronds were severely curled of fused. Benzyladenine and thidiazuron suppressed root growth but kinetin was found to greatly enhance root growth. Gibberellic acid inhibited frond proliferation. Frond proliferation was significantly different on the four sucrose concentrations of 0,1,3, and 8% Among them, 3% sucrose was found to be superior. The reduced frond size observed in cultures grown on 8% sucrose could be explained by showing medium osmotic potential in excess of frond water potential. Gelling agents also varied significantly in their ability to promote frond proliferation with 0.25%Gelrite or a mixture of 0.15% Gelrite and 0.4% agar. Proliferation of 25Lemna gibba strains on medium near optimal for Lemna gibba G3 showed a six-fold variation across strains with Lemna gibba G3 placing in the top 5 fastest proliferating strains.
A Plans for Preservation and Distribution of Ilex cornuta Community Mt. Keumsung (Naju, Chollanamdo)
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 2, 1998, Pages 105~105
In vitro Tissue Culture of Aloe arborescens Mill
Ra, Wi-Sik ; Kim, Hyeon-Sun ; Lee, Seung-Yeop ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 2, 1998, Pages 109~109
Aloe in vitro culture was attempted to induce callus and regeneration ability from different explant sources onto MS medium with 0.5㎎/l NAA plus 1.0㎎/l BA. Anthers that no developed any callus and plant regeneration, while only four out of 274 filament explants induced calli at cut edge without regenerated plants. Twenty ovary explants regenerated four direct plantlets without via callus from the base of epidermal tissues. Regenerated plants on the root tip gave 2n=14 of chromosome numbers.
Interrelation between N and S Nutrition on Accumulation of Storage Protein in Soybean Seed
Peak,Nam Chon ; Richard Shibles ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 2, 1998, Pages 113~113
Soybean is an important crop because its seed has very high protein relative to others. The quality of soy protein is limited by the concentration of the sulfur-containing amino acids in the amino acid profile. Among the supply of various forms of 0.4mM sulfur as S nutrition during seed fill, only 0.4mN L-methionine can inhibit β-subunit synthesis completely and produce the highest glycinin-containing seeds. Compared to 0.4mN sulfate control, seeds supplied by 0.4mM L-methionine have lower α-, no β-subunit, and highly increased glycinin without altering total protein concentration Supply of 0.2mM cystine (0.4mMS) did not affect the accumulative pattern of seed storage protein (SSP) subunits. In the supply of L-methionine, 0.2mM treatment showed higher glycinin in seeds but 0.05mM resulted in lower glycinin than the sulfate control. The relative abundance of α'-subunit was not altered by any N or S nutrition. Under 5mM nitrogen, protein concentration was increased about 3-5% by substituting ammonia for nitrate during seed fill independent of S nutrition. This increase resulted in the only increase of 7S protein, mainly β-subunit. Our data suggest that the regulatory system of SSP genes responds to the balance between N and S assimilates supplied from mother plant, and controls the differential synthesis of their subunits for the maximum protein accumulation in developing soybean seed.
Wood Anatomy and Phylogeny of Laurus (Lauraceae)
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 2, 1998, Pages 121~121
Notes on the Korean Ascomycetes ( VI )
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 2, 1998, Pages 126~126
Many higher fungi of ascomycetes were collected at Mt.Odae, Mt.Moak, Mt.Jiri, Mt.Hanla, Mt.Manduck and Mt.Yonsuk from 1996 to 1997. They were indentified and according to the result, the gerera of Lachnellula, Encoelia and Hymenoscyphus and the species of Peziza praetervisa, Lachnellula pseudofarinacea, Dasyschyphus acutipilus, Encoelia furfuracea, Hymenoscyphus equisetinus, Hypocera pulvinata, Nectria coryli and Nectria ellisii are newly to Korea. Korean common names of them were designed by author.
Notes on the Korean Higher Fungi ( XIV )
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 2, 1998, Pages 132~132
Many higher fungi were collected at Mt.Jiri, Mt.Moak, Mt.Sunun, Mt.Sunun, Mt.Obong, Mt.Yonsuk, and Samrey-up from 1995 to 1997. They were identified and according to the results, Genus Myxomphalia and species of Lentinellus ursinus, Marasmius torquescens, Omphalina griseopallida, Myxomphalia maura, Amanita perpasta, Pasthyrella bipellis, Conocyber aurea and Agrocybe farinacea were newly to Korea.