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Korean Journal of Plant Resources
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The Plant Resources Society of Korea
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Volume 9, Issue 3 - Dec 1996
Volume 9, Issue 2 - Aug 1996
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Apr 1996
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Effects of Multipore Spawn Inoculation on Productivity of Lentinus edodes (Berk) Sing
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 1, 1996, Pages 1~9
The effects of multipore spawn inoculation of Lentinus edodes on the mycelial growth stage and on the quantitative and qualitative yields of fruit-bodies for 5 years were investigated at natural environmental conditions. The spawn inoculation quantity did not affect the mycelial rooting at a range of 3.0kg-6.0kg per
of bed-logs while the increase of spawn quantity by multipore inoculation increased the mycelial growth and the inner erosion of bed-logs, resulting in the increased yields of total fruit-bodies of L. edodes per
of bed-logs for 5 years but resulting in the shortened major production period of fruit-bodies to the the first three years. Major production of fruit-bodies occurred during May-June and August-September, which was not affected by the spawn inoculation quantity. No significant differences in dry weight of a fruit-body were observed as increasing the spawn quantity by multipore inoculation; however the heaviest dry weight of a fruit-body was 1.63g at the spawn inoculation of 4.0kg per $m^3$/TEX> of bed-logs.
Observation on Oil Canals of Umbelliferous Condiment Herbs of Japanese Origin
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 1, 1996, Pages 11~21
This study has observed the development, structure and distribution of oil canals in mitsuba, seri, ashitaba and hamabohu, that are condiment herbs belonging to the Umbelliferae family, using a light microscope. Oil canals were found in the petioles, leaf blades, stems, roots, hypocotyls and cotyledons. Oil classified into distribution due to ring vascular bundles, as in mitsuba and seri, and distribution due to diffuse vascular bundles, as in ashitaba and hamabohu. Oil canal development in the cortex due to petiole thickening was followed by the development of collenchyma and vascular bundles. However, no vascular bundles were formed in some cases. Many oil canals were found in the periphery of the petioles. Oil canals in leaf blades were found on the adaxial and abaxial sides on the veins. Those around the main veins were larger. Steam oil canals were found in the cortex and pith in mitsuba and seri, and in the cortex and fundamental tissues around the xylem, in ashitaba and hamabohu, while those in the roots were found in the pericycle in mitsuba and seri, and in the collenchyma-like tissues and phloem in ashitaba and hamabohu. The transverse sections of oil canals were round or elliptical. The secretory cells in the cortex and pith were smaller than the neighboring parenchyma cells, while they were larger than the neighboring parenchyma cells in the phloem.
Effect of Seed tuber Weight on Growth and Yield in Polygonatum stenophyllum Max
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 1, 1996, Pages 23~29
Chungbuk native Polygnatum stenophyllum Max. for used in this experiment were regional groups that collected at Cheongju and Jecheon, and then classified by seed tuber weights as 15, 30, 45, 60g. Shoot emergency time was faster about
days in Chengju regional group than that of Jecheon. In different seed tuber weights, shoot emergency time was the faster, seed tuber weight was the heavier. All of growth factors such as plant height, stem length and leaf length were worse Cheongju regional group in compared with that of Jecheon but leaf width was not different. Yields per 10a in both of Cheongju and Jechon were 1,600kg. After due consideration to seed tuver cost, approximately 40g is regarded as the most suitable weight for cultivation of Polygnatum stenophyllum Max.
Notes on the Korean Higher Fungi(XII)
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 1, 1996, Pages 31~39
Many higher fungi were collected at MI.Moak Provincial Park (Chonlabuk-Do), Mt.Pangtae(Kangwon-Do) and Byunsan Pennisula National Park from April. 1995 to October, 1995. These higher fungi were identified.According to the results, these species were newly to Korea: Laccaria ohiellsis, Mycef1a clavularis. M.acicula. Marasmius ramealis. M.calopus, Strobilurus esculefltus, Agrocybe sphaleromorpha and Corlinarius fasciatus.
Growth characteristics and manufacturing Process and utilization of Lactuca indica L.(wang - godulppaegi)
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 1, 1996, Pages 41~46
This study was carried out to gain the bagic information about agronomic characteristics and usage of Lactuca indica L. Cultivated at two different sowing dates at Green house of chungnam Rural Development administration from 1990 to 1995. Days to emergence of Lactuca at the delayed sowing of 30th May was promoted by four day than that of the early sowing of 15th Feburary. At the early sowing Ratio of emergency was appeared to be high than that of the delayed and Ratio of germination of Lactuca at
showed to be high as 89% especially, germination and growing and fresh weight were high at natural water soaking treatment than convential method. Length of leaf of Lactuca treated at Ga 50 and 100ppm was higher as 12 to 16cm than 36cm of check and fresh weight was also high as 21-56% than check in test of table guality fresh leaf of Lactuca was appered to be same favorite as perilla leaf, lettuce especially the usage of Lactuca grown about two to three weeks was appeared to be good.
Isolation of Herbicidal Compounds from Pulsatilla koreana Roots
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 1, 1996, Pages 47~54
To search herbicidal compounds in Pulsatilla koreana Nakai, methanol extract of P. koreana roots was purified by sequences of XAD-7 column chromatography, silica gel adsorption column chromatography, silica gel flash column chromatography, preparative layer chromatography and preparative high performance liquid chromatography(Prep, HPLC).The final Prep. HPLC gave two herbicidally-active fractions. These fractions treatment at 100ppm inhibited the root length of Echinochloa crus-galli seedlings by 48% and 60% as compared with the control, respectively. Components in the two active fractions were analyzed by GC-MS Spectrometry. These compounds, which were isolated from P. koreana roots, were identified as several fatty esters, hydrocarbons, squalene, evidonol, and a diazepin analogue.
Phytochemical Study on the Vitis thunbergii var. sinuata
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 1, 1996, Pages 55~62
The caffeic acid, 4-O-
-D-glucopyranosyl caffeic acid, 4-O-
-coumaric acid and 7-O-
-D-glucuronide of (
)-eriodictyol have been isolated from the root of Vitis thunbergii var. sinuata. The structures of compounds were determined by chemical and spectroscopic methods.
Cut-down the Express and Required Time in Harvesting of Onion (Allium cepa L.)
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 1, 1996, Pages 63~69
The experiment was conducted to reduce the labor and production cost with the labor save of harvest in cultivating the onion using the machine and the results are as follows. On labor saving effect in transparent vinyl mulching, digging working hours per 10a in the case of using tractor are 55 min., fixing + turning time is 11 min.,the time of harvest is 66 min, digging working hours using cultivator are 90 min. and fixing + turning time is 9 min., but the time of hand harvesting is 693 min and 41 sec. and in digging labor saving effect, tractor shows 90% in the harvesting period and harvest by cultivator 86%. On nonmulching cases, the harvest by tractor takes 44 min. and that by cultivator does 75 min, and digging labor saving effect shows 93.6% in the tractor harvest and 89% in the cultivator harvest. Therefore, on the operation efficiency per hour, in the case of tractor with digger vinyl mulching and nonmulching show
and in the case of cultivator with digger-both show
, but in the case of hand harvest, vinyl mulching and nonmulching are
, so in the mechanized harvest of onion, the harvest by tractor with digger is the best. On the cost and labor save for harvesting the onion with labor saving effect, tractor shows 19 hours and 26min./10a in vinyl mulching and 18 hours and 54min./10a in nonmulching, so it shows the short hours for harvesting. And labor saving effect shows 37% in comparison with 29 hours and 49 min.
hours and 38 min.(
) of the hand harvest, so the cost was reduced to
. On the cultivator with diggers, vinyl mulching takes 19 hours and 49 min and nonmulching 20 hours and 2 min., so the labor saving effect and cost were reduced to
won) in comparison with the hand harvest.
Effect of Stem Number and Propagation Method on Yield Components of Boxthorn(Lycium chines Mill.)
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 1, 1996, Pages 71~75
Experiments were conducted to investigate the proper stem number and the propagation method of Lycium Chinense Mill. from 1993 to 1994.The results obtained were summerized as follows. The most effective propagation method was stem cutting 20cm in which flowering time was 15days earlier and dry fruit weight was 30 percent heavier(91kg/10a) than in seed propagation. The optimal diameter of cutting was 0.9cm of which dry fruit weight was 227kg/10a and 28 percent heavier compared with that of 0.5cm. stem number 5 had the best top growth and the heaviest 100 fruit weight as 13.4g. Fruit number per plant was increased as 864 in stem number 5. Dry fruit yield of stem number 5 was 104kg/10a and 16 percent increased compared with that of control.
Effect of the mixture of grain components on the Hematology and growth of Rat
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 1, 1996, Pages 77~87
The Cultural Situation and Prospect of the Medicinal Plant in China
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 1, 1996, Pages 89~95