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Volume 7, Issue 2 - Nov 1994
Volume 7, Issue 1 - May 1994
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Study on the Reduction of Bolting by Treatment of Growth Inhibitors in Angelica gigas Nakai
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 7, issue 1, 1994, Pages 1~5
To decrease the bolting rate of Angelica gigas, The growth inhibitors such as MH, Pp333 (paclobutrazol) and CCC(chloroniequat or Cycocel) were treated twice with the interval of 20 days atthe forming stage of flower bud.Growth and bolting rate in plot treated inhibitors were retarded and decreased, and the yield ofroots was also decreased compared with non - treatment. The treatments of MH and Pp333 amongthree inhibitors showed the better effects in decreasing the bolting than that of CCC, but they did notshow the significant in the yield and contents of decursin among each of them.In order to improve the decreasing effects by chemicals, selection of suitable reagents, concentrationand number of treatment should be investigated.
Comments on the Homonym Plants in Chinese Clinic between Korea and China
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 7, issue 1, 1994, Pages 7~12
Cytotoxic Coumarins from the Roots of Angelica gigas NAKAI
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 7, issue 1, 1994, Pages 13~15
Some known coumarins, decursin, nodakenetin, umbelliferone, 7-demethylsuberosin, columbianetin, decursinol angelate and decursinol, showing significant cytotoxic activities against P388 cell lines,were isolated from the roots of Angelica gigas (Umbelliferae) . 7-Demethylsuberosin and columbianetinwere obtained from Angelica gigas for the first time. Chernotaxonornic difference about coumarins com-ponents between the roots of Angelica gigas and those of A. acutiloba is also discussed.
Rapid Micropropagation of Aloe arborescens Mill by Meristem Culture
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 7, issue 1, 1994, Pages 17~22
This study was carried out to investigate the optimum medium and concentrations of growth regulators for induction of multiple shoot by meristem culture of floe otorefcenf Mill. MS medium supple-mented with 3
TDZ was effective for induction of multiple shoot. Shoot multiplication was more ef-fective when 2mg/1 BA combined with 0.Img/1 IAA than when only BA were treated on medium. Halfstrength of MS medium supplemented with 2mg/L IAA was effective for rooting of shoots regenerated.When plantlets regenerated from meristem culture were transferred to pot, survival rate of plantletswas 80% on perlite and was 95% on vermiculite, respectively
The Cultural Situation of the Lycium chinense Mill in the Regions of Chongyang
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 7, issue 1, 1994, Pages 23~27
The growing condition and the point at issue were investigated for utilization as a fundamental data of the Boxthorn research in the growing farm household, which was chief producing district of Box-thorn in Chongyang, Chungmam province. The results were summarized as follow'; Lycium fruit wasproduced 445M/. in the 170.4ha. In practical cultivation, major numbers of decapitation were threetimes,, and planting distance was dense planting, and also amount of applied fertilizer was beyondbasic-fertilizer level and number of split application was abundant.Numbers of harvesting were six-ten times, and many labor was requiremented.The issues in cultivation were development of processing technique, supplement of varieties whichhave disease tolerance, superior quality and high yielding, improving of cultivation methods for laborsaving and magnification of demand.
Quassinoids from Eurycoma Longifolia
Hideji Itokawa ; Xu-Rong Qin ; Hiroshi Morita ; Koichi Takeya ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 7, issue 1, 1994, Pages 29~34
Two new 1,2-seco-1-nor-6((5
10)abeo-picrasan-2,5-olideskeleton quassinoids, eurylactones A  and B , and two new
skeleton quassinoids 3 and 4 were isolated from Eurycoma longifolia together with two known
quassinoids 5 and 6. Their sttuctures were established by the spectral evidence.Many quassinoids have already been isolated (1-3) from the roots, wood, and leaves of Eurycoma longiolia Jack (Simaroubaceae) and have been used as a folk medicine insoutheast Asia. As part of a series of studies, we have further undertaken the chemicalinvestigation of the n-BuOH-soluble fraction of the MeOH extract and isolated two new1,2-seco-1-nor-6(5
10)abeo-picrasane skeleton quassinoids 1 and 2, which have beenknown only in shinjulactone B (4,5) and yadanfiolide (6), two new
-type quasslnolds3 and 4, and two known C18-type quassinoids 5 and 6. In this paper, the structureelucidation and biosenetic relation of these compounds are described.
A Study on the Period of Flower , Fruit , and Leaf Color of Deciduous Woody Landscape Plants in Korea
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 7, issue 1, 1994, Pages 35~44
The seasonal flower, leaf and fruit color characterlstics of deciduous woody landscape plants were investigated through the field survey in Suwon, Korea from January 1, 1992 toMarch 20, 1993.The results were as follows ;1. There were 12 cases in the combination of leaf spreading, anthesis, deblossom, fruit coloring,fruit falling, fall foliage coloring and leaf falling of deciduous woody landscape plants(163 spe-cies) investigated. And species of the leaf spreading, anthesis, deblossom, fall foliage coloringand leaf falling were 71(43.9%). And species of the leaf spreading, anthesis, deblossom,fruit coloring, fall foliage coloring, leaf falling and fruit falling were 40(24.5% ).2. The total continuing period of the flowering, fall foliage coloring and fruit coloring of decid-uous woody landscape plants(79 species) investigated varied from 2 months to more than 9months. And the species over 3 months below 4 months were 23(29.2%).3. There were 24 cases in the combination of color of flower, fall foliage and fruit of deciduouswoody landscape plants(79 species) investigated. And the species of the white flower, red fall fo-liage and red fruit were 16(20.3% ).
Research on the plant Resources of Mt. Backdu
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 7, issue 1, 1994, Pages 53~61
This study was carried out in Mt. Backdu which is located at the borderland between Korea and China, to offer the information and help the people who in order to study and utilize the northernresource plants in future. Actually, the exploration and investigation were executed only in china sideof Mt. Backdu and its outskirts.Totally, 100 families, 281 genus and 703 species were investigated. They were classified into 26 spe-cies of pteridophyta, 14 species of gymnospermae, 101 species of monocotyledons and 562 species of di-cotyledons by general taxonomic classification, and 594 medicinal plants(84.5% ), 296 ornamentalplants(38.3% ), 161 edible plants(22.9% ), 92 industrial plants, 67 honey plants and 17 forage plantsby use.
Studies on the botanical characteristics of Aconitum charmichaeli Sieb. Et Zucc
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 7, issue 1, 1994, Pages 63~66
The experiment was carried out to study the bothanical characteristics of Aconitum charmichaeli Sieb. et Zucc in Korea.The results obtained are summarized as follows ; maximum flowering date was 15 Sep. and plantheight was 65cm, stem diameter was 8.7mm, No. of node was 25 and node of flowering initiation was15th.In flowering, No. of anothers were 52 and No. of flowers were 49.In leaf, length and width was same size, lower leaf size was 2-3 times than upper leaf, lower leafarea was 8.4 times than upper leaf.In tuber, No. of tuber per plant was 8, fresh weight per tuber was 25.4g, total fresh weight per plantwas about 200g
Notes on the genus Entoloma of Korea ( IX )
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 7, issue 1, 1994, Pages 67~72
Many species of the genus Entolama were collected at Mt. Jiri National Park, Mt. Baikyang National Park, Mt. Sunun Provincial Park and Mt. Balwang from June, 1991 to september, 1991.These sepecies were identified. According to the results, Entolama convexum, E. roanense, E.clavipes,E.tephreum, E.ochraceumand E.weberi were newly recorded in Korea.These species were described and their Korean names were designed.
The Germination of Aster scaber THUNB
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 7, issue 1, 1994, Pages 73~76
This study was carried out to investigate the morphological craracteristics of seed and effect of Gibberellin and light in ffter rooter.The results obtained were summerized as follows :1, 000 seeds wt. was 1.9g, 1 liter wt. was 41.2g, seed length was 3.6mm, seed width was 1.1mm and seed thickness was 0.8mm.The germination rate was higher with light condition than dark and Gibberellin treatment waseffective.
Cangorins F-J , Five Additional Oligo-Nicotinated Sesquiterpene Polyesters from Maytenus Ilicifolia
Hideji Itokawa ; Osamu Shirota ; Hiroshi Morita ; Koichi Takeya ; Yoichi Iitaka ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 7, issue 1, 1994, Pages 77~87
The isolation and structure elucidation Of five new oligo-nicotinated sesquiterpene polyesters with a dihydroagarofuran core from Maytenus ilicifolia, named cangorins F, G,H,1 and J [1-5], is described. The strurtures of these compounds, which possessed nicotinyl,benroyl, and areryl groups as esterifying moieties, were elucidaied by
-nmrspectroscopic studies, inrlusive of hereronuclear correlation, long-range correlation, and nOespectra, along with mass and cd spectral dara, and the X-ray crystallographic analysis of 1.
Preparation and Antileukemic Activity of Congeners of Tropoloisoquinoline Alkaloids from Abuta Concolor
Hideji Itokawa ; Kouji Matsumoto ; Hiroshi Morita ; Koichi Takeya ;
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 7, issue 1, 1994, Pages 89~95
Antileukemic tropoloisoquinoline alkaloids, pareirubine A (1) and gandirubrine (2), at first have been isolated from.Abuta concolor (Menisper-maceae). Methylation of 1 and 2, existing in solution as a mixture of tautomersgave the corresponding four methyl derivatives (3 -6). Thioimerubrine (7) andthioisoimerubrine (8) were prepared by the nucleophilic substitutions of themethoxyl groups at C-11 and -10, respectively. Acetylation of 1 and 2produced the corresponding mono-acetyl tautomers (9 and 10). Antileukemicactivity of these derived tropoloisoquinoline alkaloids is also reported.
Studies on the Leaf Photosynthesis of Salt-Stressed Rice Cultivars
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 7, issue 1, 1994, Pages 97~101
The effects of NaCl salinity on the leaf photosynthesis and water relation of two cultivars of rice(Oryza sativa L.) , the salt-tolerant cultivar Seohae and the salt-senstive cultivar Iri-380 were exam-ined. Two cultivars of rice were grown for 14 days in nutrient solution at SOmM NaCl. Comparing theieaf Na content of two cultlvars, Seohae showed high accumulation of Na content in the leaf blade, while Iri-380 showed low. The Na content in leaf blade reduced the rate of leaf photosynthesis. Salt-tolerant cultivar Seohae was less decreased the rate of leaf photosynthesis than salt- sensitive cultivarIri-380. And Seohae showed larger decreased the osmotic potential in the leaves than Iri-380. This in-dicates that in the salt-tolerant cultivar, osmotic adjustment is developed under saliniEation.