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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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Notes on the Korean Rotten Wood Fungi(I)
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 2, 1996, Pages 97~104
Many rotten wood fungi were collected at Mt.Moak Provincial Park(Chonlabuk-Do), Mt.Manduck(Chonlabuk-Do) and Byunsan Pennisula National Park from April, 1995 to October, 1995. These higher fungi were identified. According to the results, genera of Hypoderma, Piloderma and Cylidrobasidium are newly to korea. Following species are newly to Korea : Polyporus tuberaster, Phellinus ferruginosus, Corticium bomycinum, Phlebia rufa, Hyphoderma puberum, Piloderma byssinum, Cylinddrobasidium evolens and Peniophora pini.
Comparison of the Properties of Youngia sonchifolia Max. For Kimchi Preparation
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 2, 1996, Pages 105~112
Physicochemical properties of Youngia sonchifolia were compared according to harvesting time and brine methods for its Kimchi preparation. Moisture contents in the roots and the leaves of Y. sonchifolia grown for 5 weeks was more than those grown for 11 weeks. 5-week-grown Y. sonchifolia contained more total free sugar than 11-week-grown ones, and among total free sugar the content of fructose was the most, and the contents of glucose and sucrose were rather high. The roots of 11-week-grown Youngia sonchifolia were harder than those of 5-week grown ones. When the roots were soaked in NaCl solution, the hardness decreased with time. Salt concentration of the Kimchi of Y. sonchifolia increased by the brined material of the Kimchi with soaking time.Salt concentration of the Kimchi was higher in the leaves than in the roots.The roots and leaves of Y.sonchifolia grown for 11 weeks contained organic acids such as malic acid, oxalic acid, succinic acid,lactic acid, and citric acid,among which major organic acids were malic acid, oxalic acid, succinic acid, whereas lactic acid and citric acid were minor organic acids.
Raising Seeding Status of Onion under Different District in Southern Part of Korea
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 2, 1996, Pages 113~119
This study inverstigates growing seedling of onion for 91 farmhouses at Muan, Hampyeong and Sinan which are major areas of production from Jan. to Apr., 1994 to enhance the research effect of onion and then the following results are obtained. Over 60% of the farmhouses have cultured onion continuously over 11years. Early mature variety cultured is over 9 varieties and among them Kinkyu variety is cultured most frequently. Late mature variety is over 13 and Changyongdaego, Bonganwhang and Chunjudaego varieties are cultured most. Most of the farmhouses used seeds less than 6 dl at small area less than
and especially in the case of early variety ,they purchased it at seed stores with 15,000-20,000 won/dl and sowed them with broadcasting method. Amount of fertilizer level of onion seed is ranged from nonfertilizer level to
and most of the farmhouses employ molding after seeding with straw and compost and they did not use thinning. Irrigation is performed by 1-4 times before sprouting of onion seed and most of the farmhouses transplant long nursery plant over 46 days hand weeding is used.
Flora and Vegetation of Resources Plants in the Mt. Hansuk(Kangwon-do)
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 2, 1996, Pages 121~142
This study was to establish the floristic composition and vegetation of resources vascular plants of Mt. Hansuk(1,119.1m;
). This work was conducted during the period of 1995. Resources vascular plants were composed of 85 families, 229 genera, 370 species, 72 varieties and 10 formae, totaling 452 taxa. Among the investigated resources plants, 15 taxa(2.6%) were Korean endemic species. The forest were comparatively well conserved by Pteridophyta calculation(Pte-Q), 1.34 Useful resources plants were edible source(43.8%), pasture source(38.1%), medicinal source(33.2%), ornamental source(11.9%) and timber source(4.9%) respectively. The forest vegetion was classified into 1 order, 1 alliances and 2 communities; Rhododendro - Quercetalia mongolicae Kim 1990 Lindero - Quercion mongolicae Kim 1990 A. Lespedeza maximowiczii - Quercus mongolica Community B. Carex humilis v. nana - Pinus densiflora Community
Effect of Growth and Yield on Planting Density by Using Types in Anthriscus sylvestylis
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 2, 1996, Pages 143~149
The study was carried out to find the optimum planting density classified by the different using types in Anthriscus sylvestylis Hoffm. In the different using types, plant height of vegetable type in
was 35.2cm, but plant heights of other types were much lower than that of vegetable type. Fresh leaf yield was highest in the vegetable type at the
with 3,300kg, in the medicinal type at the
with 2,800kg, and in the combination type at the
, In comparison of underground parts of dry root weight, the highest yield was 3,320kg at
of the vegetable type, 2,170kg at
of medicinal type, and 2,210kg per ha. at
of combination type, respectively. It was showed that the optimum planting densities were
in vegetable type,
in medicinal type, and
in combination type.
고려엉겅퀴 ( 곤드레 ) 의 종자발아 및 차광재배 효과 구명 ( Improvement of Germination Rate by Low temperature and Development of Effectve Shading Cultivation of Cirsium setidens under Rain Shelter in Highland )
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 2, 1996, Pages 151~155
For improvement germination rate of Cirsium setidens, wet seeds were storaged for 20 to 80 days at
and germinated at
in the dark or light condition. To assess the effects of shading and plant age on the growth, fresh yield and seed yield under rain shelter in highland at altitude of 800m above sea level, seeds were sown in an open field in late september,1990. In early May the next the seedlings were transplanted for vegetatable and seed production in the plastic houses for rain shelter. They were grown from 1991 to 1993 in the houses covered with the shading nets ranging from 0 to 70% for vegetable production and 0 to 50% for seed production. Germination rate inceased as the storage period lengthened, and the rate came to
at 60days after germination. It was more effective in lighting than in darkness. For vegetable production, the shading net treatments showed more values in almost the characters checked at the third year than the non-shading treatment. No. of stem, no, of leaves, stem length and degree of softening were no different between shading net treatments, but the other characters were significantly different. Ratio of survival, density of chlorophyll and ratio of dry matter of plants were highest in the plots of 50%, 70%, and 30% of shading, respectively. The highest fresh yield was recorded from 2-year plants, 70% of shading from them showed the greatest yield. The highest seed yields were produced 2-year-old plants of non-shading plot. For seed production, the non-shading treatment is best, and the highest seed yields were obtained in both the second and third years.
Effect of the Short-time Growing Seedling for Bolting Control in Angelica gigas Nakai
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 2, 1996, Pages 157~163
This study was carried out to control the decrease of yield and the deterioration of quality of Angelica gigas roots by bolting. This phenomenon resulted from lignificartion and dwarfishness of roots because of bolting formed for inflorescence and fruition. Seedlings were grown for 60,90 and 120 days in nursery of the green house, and transplanted in main field to compare with traditional seedling that grew for 1 year. Growth of the petiole length compare with length and leaf width of aerial parts in nursery showed a remarkably progress, and root characters as root length, root diameter and root weight grew more vigorously in the order of nursery periods. Bolting was not entirely formed in plots transplanted the seedlings which grown for short-time; 60, 90 and 120days, but showed the high bolting rate, 64.3%,in traditional seedling plots. Yield was higher in plots that transplanted short-time growing seedlings than that transplanted traditional seedlings, and among 3 kinds of nursery periods yields were high in the order of nursery periods. For the increase of yield and decrease of bolting rate, it was needed to transplant small seedlings of 3-4g/plant which grew in nursery for 90-120 days.
Study on the Leaf Shape Chracteristics and Culture Practice in Cirsium nipponicum
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 2, 1996, Pages 165~170
The study was carried out to identify the characteristics of leafy shapes, and to establish the cultural practices such as shading condition, fertilization method, and planting distance of Cirsium nipponicum. Leaf shapes in this plant consist of two kinds, lobation and non-lobation which has two spur type showing large and small spur. Protein band patterns showed that a new protein band in non-lobation with large spur was appeared at the 116.4kDa. For shading condition and fertilization method, number of stems in non-shading and organic matter treatment was higher than that of shading 55% with 3.7. Fresh leaf yield on non-shading and organic matter treatment was higher than that of other treatments. Growth characteristics of leaf number was increased in the
treatment, but was redeuced to some extent compared with
. To increase the fresh leaf yield, the optimum planting distance was
Studies on the Promoting of Seed Germination of Adenophora triphylla var. Japanica
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 2, 1996, Pages 171~175
The objective of this study is to promote germination for mass cultivation of Adenophora triphylla. After the seed soaking for I day in BA and
solution, seed germination was effectively promoted in the treatment of 500mg/L
and the highest germination rate was 94%.The average germination days were 1.5days earlier than those of non-treated seeds. In a chemicals treatment, seed germination rate was 54% in 1%
treatment but KOH treatment was no significantly effected. The durations of chilling treatment for breaking of dormancy were longer than 2weeks. The optimal temperature for germination was
. The promotion of seed germination is presumed to be due to the breaking of dormancy by
, chilling treatment rather than seed coat maceration by KOH or
The Effect of Mulching Materials on Agronomic Chracteristics of Dendropanox morbifera LEB. In Southern Area of Korea
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 2, 1996, Pages 177~181
This study was carried out to obtain basic data for technical inprovement about cultivation according to micrometerological changes under various mulching materials in Dendropanox morbifera LEV. The results are summarized as follows. Transparent polyethylene film and black polyethylene film mulching materials increased the soil porosity and reduced change of the soil moisture content. The rate of missing plant during overwinter increased in the control plot. Growth of Dendropanox morbifera LEV, was accelerated by transparent polyethylene film and black polyethylene film mulched.
Pharmacognostical Studies on the "Se Sin"
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 2, 1996, Pages 183~188
Chinese crude drug 'Se Sin'(細辛)has been used to cure headache, cough and expectorant. To the botanical origin of 'Se Sin', Zhong-yao-zhi(中葯志) reported Asarum heterotropoides var. mandshuricum. A. sieboldii and A. sieboldii var. seoulensis, and Zhong-yao-da-ci-dian(中葯大辭典) reported Asarum heterotropoides var. mandshuricum and A. sieboldii of Aristolochiaceae. In Korea, this crude drug has been used as a Korean folk remedy for tothache and aromatic. The botanical origin of 'Se Sin' is considered to be Asarum species of Aristolochoaceae. But there has no pharmacognostical confirmation on it. To clarify the botanical origin of 'Se Sin', we studied on the anatomical characteristics of Asarum species growing wildly in Korea i.e. A. maculatum, A. sieboldii, A. sieboldii var. seoulensis, and of 'Se Sin' from Korea on Korean market. Through our studies, the botanical origin of 'Se Sin' from Korea was proved to be whole plant of Asarum sieboldii and A. sieboldii var. seoulensis.
Selecting Varieties of Onion Suitable at Southern Part of Korea
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 2, 1996, Pages 189~195
In order to obtain basic information for breeding varieties of onion which is suitable at the southern part of Korea. 222 early mature variety and 219 late mature variety were grown from sep.1993 to jun. 1994 at experimental field of Muan-Gun area, and yield components and yield of onion plant ware observed. Early mature onion cv. Changnyeongchunghwan-gkeukjoseng and Keumjungjoseng showed higher yield than other early mature variety used in the experiment. It showed relatively long plant height and leaf sheath length and, height of bulb and diameter of bulb and high weight of bulb. Late mature onion cv. Chunjudaego showed higher yield than other late mature variety used in the experiment. It showed relatively long plant height and leaf sheath length and diameter of bulb, and high weight of bulb. Therefore, it was concluded that Changnyeongchunghwangkeukjoseng,Keumjungjoseng and Chunjudaego were the most suitable early and late mature varieties with high yield at the southern part of Korea.
Study on the Constituents of Angelica gigas root cultivated by Short-time Growing seedling
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 9, issue 2, 1996, Pages 197~201
To greatly decrease bolting rate and deterioration of root quality, seeds of Angelica gigas had sown and grown several month earlier than traditional seedtime. Roots were harvested in the middle of November in same year. Roots were devided to several parts such a fune root, secondary root, stele and cortex of main root. We ditermined and compared with the major constisuents contained in each parts of 1 and 2 year old roots. Among each parts of root, the amount of constituents in the fine root and cortex were much higher than those in stele of main root. Content of decursin and decursinol angelate was higher 6.5% in 2 year old root than 4.8% in 1 year old root and their component ratio showed 10:7.5 in 1 year old root and 10:6.0 in 2 year old root, respectively. But merits as a material of oriental medicine for 1 year old root that cultivated by early short-time growing seedling were generally acknowledged.