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Volume 19, Issue 6 - Dec 2006
Volume 19, Issue 5 - Oct 2006
Volume 19, Issue 4 - Aug 2006
Volume 19, Issue 3 - Jun 2006
Volume 19, Issue 2 - Apr 2006
Volume 19, Issue 1 - Feb 2006
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Studies on Resource Plants of the Mireukbong and Manduksan in Jeollabuk-do
Kim, Young-Ha ; Beon, Mu-Sup ; Oh, Hyun-Kyung ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 447~458
The resource plants at the Manduksan and Mireukbong was listed 550 taxa: 107 families, 339 genera, 481 species, 1 subspecies, 65 varieties and 3 forms. Among 550 taxa listed was confirmed 323 taxa of edible plants (58.7%), 384 taxa of medicinal plants (69.8%), 267 taxa of ornamental plants (48.5%) and 268 taxa of the others (48.7%). Based on the list of the rare plants by the Forest Research Institute, 4 taxa were recorded in the studied areas; Lilium distichum (Preservation priority order: No. 159), Tricyrtis dilatata (No. 97), Aristolochia contorta (No. 151), Prunus yedoensis (No. 110) and based on the list of Korean endemic plants, 11 taxa were recorded; Cephalotaxus koreana, Carex okamotoi, Lilium amabile, Populus tomentiglandulosa, Salix purpurea var. japonica, Pseudostellaria multiflora, Prunus yedoensis, Forsythia koreana, Paulownia coreana, Weigela subsessilis, Aster koraiensis. Specific plant species by floral region were total 30 taxa; Prunus yedoensis in class V, Wistaria floribunda in class IV, 3 taxa (Spiraea salicifolia, Acer palmatum, Asperula lasiantha) in class III, 3 taxa (Potentilla dickinsii, Viola tokubuchiana var. takedana, Caryopteris incana) in class II, 22 taxa (Pinus koraiensis, Hosta capitata, Chloranthus japonicus, Salix glandulosa, Juglans mandshurica, etc.) in class I. This site needs urgent countermeasures, because there have increased many man-made damages like planting exotic plants, picking wild plants and soil compaction induced by human trampling.
Classification by Characteristics of Flora in Mt. Joryeong, Geosan-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do
You, Ju-Han ; Jung, Sung-Gwan ; Park, In-Hwan ; Lee, Gwi-Yong ; Ahn, Chan-Ki ; Cho, Heung-Won ; Lee, Cheol-Hee ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 459~470
This study was carried out objectively to analyze the distributing flora for the conservation of natural environment and to construct the database in Mt. Joryeong, Chungcheongbuk-do, Korea. The period of survey was from November, 2004 to September, 2005, and the routes were A (Recreation
, C(Joryeong 3rd
), and D
. The vascular plants were summarized as 341 taxa; 85 families, 219 genera, 299 species, 36 varieties, and 6 forma. The rare and endangered plants designated by Korea Forest Service were 3 taxa; Paeonia japonica, Viola albida, and Rhododendron micranthum. The Korean endemic plants were 9 taxa; Cephalotaxus harringtonia, Salix caprea, Deutzia coreana, Spiraea prunifolia for. simpliciflora,
, Vaccinium koreanum, Salvia chanroenica, Weigela subsessilis, and Cirsium setidens. And in the results of survey on resource plants, we confirmed 171 taxa of ornamental plants (50.1%), 222 taxa of edible plants (65.1%), 237 taxa of medicinal plants (69.5%) and 146 taxa of other useful plants (42.8%).
Analysis on the Vegetation and Flora for the Ecological Restoration of the River
You, Ju-Han ; Jung, Sung-Gwan ; Lee, Cheol-Hee ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 471~479
This study was carried out to offer the natural restoration plan of river by objective analyzing the vegetation and flora around stream in Mt. Midong and to develop the materials for restoration. The flora were summarized as 95 taxa; 33 families, 84 genera, 81 species and 14 varieties. The naturalized plants were 15 taxa; Dactylis glmerata, Panicum dichotomiflorum, Rumex crispus, Chenopodium glaucum, Trifolium repens, Hibiscus trionum, Oenothera lamarckiana, Ambrosia artemisifolia var. elatior, Aster pilosus, Erigeron annuus, Erigeron canadensis, Coreopsis tinctoria, Taraxacum officinale, Bidens frondosa and Cosmos bipinnatus. The major dominant species was Phragmites japonica in all communites and semi dominant species were Salix gracilistyla, Phalaris arundinacea, Bidens frondosa and Persicaria thunbergii. To restore the river, we must consider the biddiversity, habitats and so forth, and use the plant materials like Phragmites japonica, Salix gracilistyla, Persicaria thunbergii and Veronica anagallis-aquatica.
Effect of Priming Treatment Using PEG on Seed Germination in Acer mono Max.
Tak, Woo-Sik ; Cho, Kyeong-Jin ; Choi, Chung-Ho ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 480~487
This study was conducted to improve the germination percent and germination speed by seed priming using polyethylene glycol (PEG) 8,000 solution on Acer mono seed because it has low and irregular germination characteristics. Seed priming was carried out under 0, -0.25, -0.5, -1.0 and -2.0 MPa of water potential at
for 3 days. Primed seeds showed higher percent germination, germination speed, mean germination time (MGT) and germination performance index (GPI) than unprimed seeds. Especially, primed seed with -2.0 MPa of water potential had the highest germination properties. And primed seeds had a lower dormancy than the unprimed seeds. Relative growth rate and T/R ratio of seedling from primed seeds were measured to survey the effect of seed priming on the seedling vigor as well as seed germination. The seedlings from primed seeds at -2.0 MPa of water potential showed the highest relative growth rates of height and root collar diameter, however, the lowest value in T/R ratio. This study suggested that seeds priming at -2.0 MPa of water potential under
for 3 days enhanced not only the percent germination, germination speed, MGT and GPI but also the vigor and growth of seedlings in Acer mono.
The Relationship between the Density of the Small Brown Planthopper and the Rice Stripe Virus Disease in Rice Cultivation System
Lee, Du-Ku ; Shim, Hyeong-Kwon ; Park, Jong-Chul ; Choi, Man-Young ; Kang, Mi-Hyung ; Kim, Jae-Duk ; Park, Jin-Woo ; Noh, Tae-Hwan ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 488~490
In double cropping fields, there has been a risk of increase rice stripe viral disease outbreaking as the vector, small brown planthopper that overwinter in barley fields increases. Especially rice cultivation in Honam region has two types of cropping system such as rice only cropping in a season and double cropping both of rice and barley. In double cropping system, harvesting of barley could induce migration of the vector from barley to rice field. We found that the vector's density was different in rice fields by distance from barley field. The vector's density in rice field was highest 63 numbers within one meter from the neighbor barley field, and the numbers reduced greatly as the distance from barley field increases. The disease incidence according to rice cultivation methods was different, Donjin 1 was appeared to be a susceptible variety showing 2.4% and 2.5% of disease incidence in direct and transplanting cultivation, respectively. The small brown planthopper in a nearby rice field reach peak 3 days after the barley field was harvested.
Antimicrobial Activity of Medicinal Herbs against Staphylococcus aureus
Cho, Jae-Yong ; Lim, Sang-Cheol ; Choi, Il ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 491~496
Antimicrobial activity of 18 different traditional medicinal herbs extracts against Staphylococcus aureus was determined by a paper disc method. The Prunella vulgaris, Caesalpinia sappan and Rhus javanica extracts in 5 mg/ml, Poncirus trifoliata, Lonicera japonica and Seutellaria baicalensis extracts in 10 mg/ml and Schizandra chinensis, Alpinia katsumadai, Siegesbeckia orientalis extracts in 30 mg/ml showed a significant antimicrobial activity against Staphylococcus aureus. Minimum inhibitory concentrations of medicinal herbs extracts were in the range of
, in the case of MeOH extracts and EtOH extracts, respectively. In addition, the antimicrobial activity of each solvent fraction was most significant with EtOAc layer. Optical density at 620nm after 24 hours incubation of Staphylococcus aureus in the presence of 100, 300 or 500 ppm of Caesalpinia sappan extract ranged from 0.02 to 0.03 compared to 0.4 in the absence of Caesalpinia sappan extract, indicating that growth of Staphylococcus aureus was significantly inhibited within 24 hours by the addition of at least 100 ppm of Caesalpinia sappan extract. Optical density at 620 nm after 24 hours incubation of Staphylococcus aureus in the presence of 300 ppm of Rhus javanica extract ranged from 0.02 to 0.03 compared to 0.4 in the absence of Rhus javanica extract, indicating that growth of Staphylococcus aureus was also significantly inhibited within 24 hours by the addition of at least 300 ppm of Rhus javanica extract. Optical density at 620 nm after 24 hours incubation of Staphylococcus aureus in the presence of 300 ppm of Seutellaria baicalensis extract ranged from 0.02 to 0.07 compared to 0.4 in the absence of Seutellaria baicalensis extract, indicating that growth of Staphylococcus aureus was also significantly inhibited within 24 hours by the addition of at least 300 ppm of Seutellaria baicalensis extract. In conclusion, these findings suggest that extracts from medicinal herbs may play important roles for antimicrobial activities against Staphylococcus aureus.
Effect of Cold Water Irrigation on the Growth and Yield Characters of Rice Varieties at Mid-mountains Area
Park, Dae-Gyu ; Jung, Do-Cheol ; Kim, Kyung-Min ; Park, Gyu-Hwan ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 497~508
This study was conducted to obtain the basic information on rice cold damage and relationship to be connected with cold tolerance. The 20 rice varieties were screened to cold tolerance under low water temperature condition. The water gradient were controlled to
at the inlet and
at outlet of screening field. In the relationship between cold water irrigation and growth of rice varieties, effect on medium maturing cultivars were higher than early maturing cultivars. In relationship of shorting of culm length and panicle exsertion, culm length and panicle exsertion showed positive correlation. Yield of cultivars and culm length and percent of fertile grain showed positive correlation. However, heading date presented negative correlation. In the early maturing cultivars, except 'Kumobyeo', all cultivars range of discoloration value (1-3) was resistant. In the medium maturing cultivars, 'Donghaebyeo' was resistant in both the seedling stage whereas 'Hwajinbyeo' was resistant only in tiller stage. Cold water irrigation reduced spikelet number per panicle and percent of filled grain. Unhulled rice yield was increased according to water temperature gradient from inlet to outlet. There was varietal differences in head rice recovery by cold water treatment.
Use of ISSR Marker for the Variant Identification in Cornus kousa Buerg.
Kim, Hyuk-Jin ; Kwon, Young-Han ; Park, Kwang-Woo ; Oh, Seung-Hwan ; Choi, Kyung ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 509~514
For the variant identification of Korean dogwood, Cornus kousa Buerg., we investigated useful genetic marker using the ISSR primer. The overall amplicons was 58 in six primers and the mean number of amplicons per primer was 9.67. The UPGMA dendrogram based on the genetic distance showed two major clusters composed of pink-bracted and white-bracted groups respectively. And white-bracted group was divided to two groups, island and inland groups. This result showed that ISSR analysis provides useful markers for the variant identification even in the seedling or young tree of Cornus kousa, especially pink-bracted individuals of Isl. Oenaro.
Effects of Soil Reaction (pH) of Culture Soil on the Growth of Sedum kamtschaticum in Pot Cultivation
Yoo, Dong-Lim ; Lee, Hyean-Suk ; Nam, Chun-Woo ; Kim, Soo-Jeong ; Suh, Jong-Taek ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 515~516
This experiment was carried out to find out proper culture soil for the flowerpot cultivation of Sedum kamtschaticum. Peatmoss was used for the culture soil. pH of the culture soils were adjusted to 4.5, 5.0, 5.5 and 6.0 using calcium hydroxide. Young plants of Sedum kamtschaticum were planted in the pots of 10cm in diameter. The experiment was conducted by the completely randomized design with 3 replications. Growth characteristics were investigated at intervals of 30 days after planting. As the pH of culture soil is lower, growth of Sedum kamtschaticum showed longer plant height and more number of leaves and branches. pH 4.5 to 5.0 appeared to be optimum range as soil reaction of Sedum kamtschaticum cultivation.
Effects of Culture Soil Combinations on Growth of Pteris multifida, Cyrtomium falcatum and Cheilanthes argentea
Yoo, Dong-Lim ; Lee, Hyean-Suk ; Nam, Chun-Woo ; Kim, Soo-Jeong ; Suh, Jong-Taek ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 517~520
The effects of culture soil combinations on growth of native pteridophyte (Pteris multifida, Cyrtomium falcatum and Cheilanthes argentea) were investigated in this study. Six different culture soil mixtures used for cultivating the pteridophytes under 30% shading condition. Pteris multifida was showed the most growth at the culture soil mixtures of peatmoss : living moss (5 : 5), and peatmoss : perlite (7 : 3). Cyrtomium falcatum and Cheilanthes argentea showed the best growth in the culture soils mixtures of sand : soil : leaf mold (2 : 5 : 3) and peatmoss : perlite (7 : 3, 5 : 5), respectively.
Effects of Pot Size and Bottom Irrigation Interval on the Growth of Cyrtomium falcatum in Greenhouse Cultivation
Lee, Hyean-Suk ; Lee, Hee-Kyeang ; Yoo, Dong-Lim ; Nam, Chun-Woo ; Ryu, Seung-Yeol ; Suh, Jong-Taek ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 521~523
This experiment was carried out to find out proper pot size and bottom irrigation interval for the flowerpot cultivation of Cyrtomium falcatum, 3 different pot sizes (5, 7, 10cm in diameter) and 3 irrigation interval (1 day, 3 days, 5 days) were treated by completely randomized design with 3 replications. Growth characteristics of Cyrtomium falcatum were investigated every 30 days after planting. The pot size of 7 to 10cm in diameter and the irrigation interval of 5 days appeared to be appropriate for Cyrtomium falcatum cultivation.
In Vitro Shoot Multiplication of Albizzia julibrissin Duraz.
Ahn, Ji-Young ; Kim, Jung-Hee ; Kang, Ho-Duck ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 524~529
In vitro culture system was established to induce multiple shoots of Albizzia julibrissin Duraz. by investigating the effects of cytokinins. Cotyledon, hypocotyl and root explants were cultured on MS media supplemented with either three different plant growth regulators or their combinations. The most effective cytokinin sources were zeatin 2.0 + TDZ 0.5 mg/L in cotyledon, zeatin 1.0 mg/L in hypocotyl, and BA 0.2 + TDZ 0.01 mg/L in root explant for producing shoots (
, respectively). Also, zeatin treatment was tended to induce more shoots rather than the combinations of other cytokinins. In addition, the root induced in 1/2 MS medium without any plant growth regulators was longer and thicker than treatments of IBA, NAA, IAA and 2.4-D as auxins. Overall, the highest average percent of in vitro shoot formation was 73% from three different types of explants with treatment of zeatin (1.0mg/L).
Hardwood Cutting Propagation and Early Growth Characteristics of Empetrum nigrum var. japonicum K. Koch
Kim, Hong-Lim ; Kim, Chan-Soo ; Koh, Seok-Chan ; Koh, Jung-Goon ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 530~536
Hardwood cutting propagation and early growth characteristics were investigated in order to develop the method of cutting propagation and to find out growth characteristics in the low altitude for in situ and ex situ conservation of Empetrum nigrum var. japonicum K. Koch, which is typical arctic alpine plants on Mt. Halla. The growth of roots and shoots was different depending on hormone concentrations or soil conditions. The survival rate, rooting rate, root growth, number of root and shoot growth increased with treatment of 100 mg/l or 500 mg/l NAA. Consequently, optimum condition of hardwood cutting was at treatment with 100 mg/l or 500 mg/l NAA. When plantlets from hardwood cuttings were exposed to the field condition, after 7 months survival rate was 73.3% without shading while
at shading conditions. In the green house, however, survival rate of plantlets were
without shading. The growth of plantlets was different depending on sites and shading conditions. Particularly, the best growth was obtained when the plantlets were grown in shading conditions. It indicates that relative humidity and light intensity are correlated with the growth in the low altitude area.
A Floristic Study on the Economic Plants of Maninsan (Chungnam.Daejeon)
Kim, Hyuk-Jin ; Tae, Kyoung-Hwan ; Kim, Yong-Hyun ; Hwang, Seung-Hyun ; Kim, Jin-Man ; Lee, Joong-Ku ; Kim, Joo-Hwan ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 537~554
This study aims to investigate the distribution of the useful economic plants and the flora of Maninsan. The flora of Maninsan was investigated from March to November in 2003. Vascular plants of this area consist of total 450 taxa; 5 forma, 53 varieties, 392 species, 279 genera, 95 families. It corresponds to 11.1% of totally 4,071 taxa appeared in Korea. Useful plants of this area were investigated 373 taxa. It corresponds to 82.7% of collected plants in this area under our study. Among the useful plants, there are 191 taxa of edible source, 181 taxa of pasture source, 153 taxa of medicinal source, 54 taxa of ornamental source, 18 taxa of timber. Korean endemic plants were composed 10 families, 13 genera, 9 species, 4 varieties and totaling 13 taxa.
Deriving Suitable Place for Forestation by Ecological Environment Analysis of Multi-use Tree Species in Chungbuk Province
Shin, Chang-Seob ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 555~561
This study was carried out to investigate the suitable place for growth by analyzing the ecological environment of multi-use tree species to be spontaneous in Chungbuk Province, and derive the suitable place for forestation. At the test of the independence of multi-use tree species, as the significant correlation of the other tree species except Quercus acutissima - Zanthoxylum schinifolium was different by the survey location, it is concluded that the share relation of the ecological niche among tree species is largely influenced not only by the affinity of tree species but the growth environment. As the result of the correlation analysis between environment factors and tree clusters, it was analyzed that tree clusters were much influenced by the topography and the altitude among the variable environment factors; the topography, altitude, the direction of hillside, the slope and the number of tree species appearing. It was investigated that the cluster of Acer mono - Betula costata was distributed to the valley from low hillside to have high altitude, and the clusters of Kalopanax pictus - Ulmus davidiana var. japonica and Fraxinus rhynchophylla - Rhus trichocarpa were sporadically distributed to broad location because their geographical adaptation powers are high.