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Journal of Sericultural and Entomological Science
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Volume 31, Issue 2 - Dec 1989
Volume 31, Issue 1 - Mar 1989
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Studies on the Changes with Time of the Reserve Substances in the Hardwood Cutting of Mulberry Varieties
Journal of Sericultural and Entomological Science, volume 31, issue 1, 1989, Pages 1~11
To investigate changes of dry weight, C/N ratio, carbohydrate, ratein and nucleic acids in the barks of the hardwood cutting of mulberry plants, the barks of the hardwood cutting were taken every 10days from the cutting day to 40days after cutting. Results were summarized as follows : Growth of shoot and root in Keomseolppong (Morus bimbycis KoIDZ.) after cutting was better than that in kaeryangppon (Morus alba L.) and Daeryugppong(Morus Lhou(SER.) KoIDZ.). Dry weight in the barks of the hardwood cutting decreased up to 40days after cutting (decrease percentage of dry weight : about 14%) and Keomiseolppong showed the highest decrease precentage of dry weight. Change of C/N ratio decreased in the initiation, whereas that from 10days after cutting increased with the growth of new shoot, C/N ratio was the highest in Keomseolppong and the lowest in Kaeryangppong. Total sugar showed decreasing tendency up to 40 days after cutting the increase from 10 days to 20 days. Reducing sugar increased in the frist 20days, followed gradually decrease up to 40 days after cutting Starch levels decreased up to 40 days. Change in the content of starch closely paralleled to that of dry weight of bark of the hardwood cutting. Content of total sugar and starch in Keomseolppong was the highest, and was consumed more than that in the rest of varieties. Crude protein and soluble protein increased up to 10 days after cutting, followed decrease up to 40 days. Protein content of Keomseolppong was smaller than that in the rest of varieties. RNA content showed the same tendency with that of protein content, but Keomseolppong showed always the highest. Content of DNA did not show any change and difference among three varieties.
Studies on the Mulberry Graftages. III. Optimum Season for Mulberry Graftage harvesting in Autumn
Journal of Sericultural and Entomological Science, volume 31, issue 1, 1989, Pages 12~19
Experiments were conducted to investigate the optimum season for mulberry graftages harvesting before the period of natural leaf fall in autumn. Harvesting season was examined at 10 days intervals from September 30 to November 20, 1985 and 1986, at nine sites in eight provinces. The results were : 1. Diameter of graftages increased until October 30. 2. Early harvest of graftages decreased survived rate, number of shoots, and total shoot length the next spring. The October 30 harvest yielded the best growth the following spring. 3. Harvests after October 20 allowed for good survial of mulberry shoots and sprouting the following spring. 4. Total N and P in plants increased with late harvests, K decreased, and Ca content was not affected by harvest date. 5. Total N, P, and Ca were higher in stem cortex than root bark, while K appeared to be equally distributed between root and shoot bark.
Degrees of Heterosis and Inbreeding Depression of Quantitative Characters in Silkworm by Diallel Corsses
Journal of Sericultural and Entomological Science, volume 31, issue 1, 1989, Pages 20~24
The purpose of this experiment was to obtain the basic information on heterosis and inbreeding depression of quantitative characters in the silkworm by diallel crosses of seven varieties differing widely in each character. Period of 5th instar cocoon weight, cocoon layer weight, cocoon layer ratio, boiling off ratio, raw silk percent, bave length, bave weight, bave size, weight of first molting larva and fourth molting larva were investigated. The results obtained were summarized as follows : The degrees of positive heterosis of cocoon weight and cocoon layer weight were higher. Period of 5th instar and boiling off ratio were negative heterosis. In F1 generation, cocoon weight and bave weight showed positive heterobeltiosis, while fifth instar-period, cocoon layer ratio and boiling off ratio showed negative heterobeltiosis in the F1 and F2 generation. Inbreeding depression was observed in cocoon layer ratio and boiling off ratio.
Genetic Analysis on Quantitative Characters of Silkworm (Bombyx mori.) by Diallel Crosses
Journal of Sericultural and Entomological Science, volume 31, issue 1, 1989, Pages 25~36
In this experiment, gene action were analyzed for seven silkworm varieties in order to obtain basic information on their genetic improvement by diallel crosses. The results obtained were summarized as follows : In F1 generation, over-dominance was shown by Vr-Wr graphic analysis in four characters such as cocoon length in female, bave weight, cocoon weight and boiling off ratio in both male and female, and partial dominance in four characters such as fifth instar period, cocoon layer weight, cocoon layer ratio and bave length. In F2 generation, the partial dominance in all characters were obtained. Components of genetic variance analyzed for five characters such as fifth instar period, cocoon width, cocoon layer weight, cocoon layer ratio and fibroin contents in F1 generation, and for four characters such as cocoon width, cocoon layer weight, cocoon layer ratio and frbroin contents in F2 generation showed that addition effects were higher than dominant effects.
Biochemicl Caracterization of Entomocidal Parasporal Crystals of Bacillus thuringiensis Strains
Lee, Yeong-Geun ; Gang, Seok-Gwon ; Kim, Sang-Hyeon ;
Journal of Sericultural and Entomological Science, volume 31, issue 1, 1989, Pages 37~44
The parasporal crystals of Bacillus thuringinsis subspecies kurstaki, dendrolimus, finitimus, aizawai and israelensis were compared by polyacrylamide electrophoresis, amino acid composition and immunological analysis. In the subspecies of kurstaki, dendrolimus, finitimus and aizawai, the molecular weights of main subusnits of crystal solubilized by alkaline solution were 1.3
105 and 6.5
104 while those of subsp. israelensis were 4
104 and 1,4
104. The degradation of lepidopteran toxic subspecies crystals by silkworm midgut protease showed 6.0-6.4
104 molecular weight and the pattern of degradation of subsp. israelensis crystals was similar to that of alkaline solution treatment. In the amino acid composition, aspartic acid in subsp. israelensis and glutiamic acid in the other four subspecies were the most abundant. The immunological characteristics of the crystals revealed that the antibody produced against the alkali-solubilized crystal protein of subsp. israelensis reacted with only its antigen, but the crystal antigens from the other four lepidopteran toxic subspecies did cross-react with each other as well as with their own homologous antisera.
Studies on the Sorption and Permeation of Acid dyes throught Silk fibroin Membrance(II) - Dual Sorption of Acid dyes in Silk fibroin -
Journal of Sericultural and Entomological Science, volume 31, issue 1, 1989, Pages 45~54