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Korean Journal of Plant Resources
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Volume 4, Issue 2 - Nov 1991
Volume 4, Issue 1 - Jun 1991
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Eragrostis ferruginea의 항종양성 Screening Test. ( Screening Test for Antitumor Activity of Eragrostis ferruginea ( Thunb ) P. BEAUV. )
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 4, issue 1, 1991, Pages 1~4
Preliminary examination of antitumor screening wich Sacroma 180 ascites mice was carried out on the extracts of Ergrostis ferruginea of medicinal plant. This experiments were conducted in accordance with the Total packed cell volume method and Cyto toxicity method .
Chromosome Identification of Durum Wheat by Acetocarmine Wright C-banding Technicque.
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 4, issue 1, 1991, Pages 5~12
A combination of acerocarininc-Wright C-banding technique was utilized to identify each chromosomes in durum wheat ,Triticum durum var. Hordeiforme (2n=4x=28 AABB), This technique elucidated qualitativr and quantitative traits of the indi-vidual chromosomes In coinplement. Most comspicuous bands were observed at thecentromere of B-genome chronmosomes. Each chromosomes of A-genome had some-what weak centromeric, proximal and terminal bands. Chromosomes 2A and 4A hasa small subterminal bands. 6A is smallest and metacentric chromosome and , has two faint interstitial band. Chromosomes 1B and 6B showed satellite and constriction lage band. Short arm of 3B has three heavily interstitial bands. Both arms of chromosome 4B has a lagc centromeric band and a very lage proximal band. 5B had heavilycentromeric band and the long arm showed prominent two interstitial bands. Chromo-somes 25 and 7B has a small terminal band of both arms.
야생 차나무 ( Thea sinensis L. Var. Bohea ) 의 Isogyme Patterns. ( Isogyme Patterns of Tea ( Thea Sinensis L. Var. Bohea ) in the Sourthern Area of Korea )
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 4, issue 1, 1991, Pages 13~16
Tea plant has been mllainly grown in shade aild wet flace of several temple surroundings for a long years in sourthern area of Korea, since it has been introduced about1,000 years ago In those rlaces, it has been mostly grown in semi-wild, but recentlycultivated in a part of Bosung-gun, Cheonnanl province. External forms of tea plantwere considered that those have a little changed according to geographic andclimatic conditions of growing places. To investigate how is the variation of teaplant by the difference of environment conditions under growing places, we had ex-amined the protein and isozyme patterns of seeds of tea plant. In spite of difference ofgeographic and climatic conditions, the patterns of catalase, esterase, acid phosphat-ase isozyme and protein showed the same aspects.
Screening Test for Antitumor Activity of Codonopsis Lanceolata and C. Pilosula
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 4, issue 1, 1991, Pages 17~22
Codonopsis lanceolata and C.pilosula medicinal plants were subjected to preliminary antitumor screening test with Sarcoma 180 ascites and screning on V-79 cell. This ex-periments Iwere conducted in accordance with the Total packed cell Volume methodand Cytotoxicity method .
The study on the culture of Lycoris radiata HERB in Medicinal Plant II. The Effect of Shade net on Growth and Bulb Yield
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 4, issue 1, 1991, Pages 23~27
This experiment was conducted to establish shade-method suited to on tile artificial propagation of Lycoris radiata HERB. The ligilt intensity in the native habitatwas 30 kux in March and 3.2 Klux from June to sept. The average light intensityin tile open area was 137 Klux in June. The plant height and number of Ieaves wasgood at the 35% to 55% shadeing net. Bloonling time of Lycoris radiata HERB was inthe last of Sept. Yeild of bulb was increased in 35% to 55% of shadeing net
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 4, issue 1, 1991, Pages 29~33