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Journal of Sericultural and Entomological Science
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Volume 48, Issue 2 - Dec 2006
Volume 48, Issue 1 - Jun 2006
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Breeding of Daepoongjam, a Sex-limited Larval Marking and High Silk Yielding Silkworm Variety for Spring Rearing Season
Kang, Pil-Don ; Lee, Sang-Uk ; Jung, I-Yeon ; Kim, Kee-Young ; Kim, Mi-Ja ; Hong, In-Pyo ; Kim, Young-Dae ; Lee, Heui-Sam ;
Journal of Sericultural and Entomological Science, volume 48, issue 2, 2006, Pages 37~40
A new silkworm variety "Daepoongjam" for spring rearing season is
hybrid between Jam151, a Japanese race bred from introduction breeding and Jam152, a Chinese race from introduction breeding. In the local adaptatability test performed at 8local areas in spring of 2005, the heavy cocoon yield of "Daepoongjam" was recorded 6% higher than "Kumokjam". The concentration of Deokynojirimycin (DNJ) was measured 4.22 mg in "Daepoongjam", similar to "Kumokjam" (4.26 mg). In the Peacilomyces tenuipes production ability test, the pupal weight of "Daepoongjam" was 1.61 g/individual 13% heavier than "Kumokjam" (1.41 g/individual)
Anti-oxidative Effect of 'Cheongilppong' with Mulberry Leaves according to Different Collection Areas and Some Kinds of Mulberry Branches
Kim, Hyun-Bok ; Koh, Seong-Hyouk ; Seok, Young-Seek ;
Journal of Sericultural and Entomological Science, volume 48, issue 2, 2006, Pages 41~45
Mulberry leaves contain many natural components and are considerable resource for natural antiokidants. The antioxidant effect of 'Cheongilppong' collected from Chuncheon, Suwon and Wanju regions were investigated with minilum L-100 device and ARAW-KIT (anti-radical ability of water-soluble substance), in comparison to the ascorbic acid. The measurement parts were mulberry leaves collected from different areas and some kinds of mulberry branches. We obtained that even if samples were same variety, antioxidant capacity of those showed different results according to collected regions. Also, antioxidant effect of mulberry leaves were higher than that of branches. The order of antioxidant effect in Spring was Chuncheon > Suwon > Wanju. The antioxidant effect of mulberry leaves collected from Chuncheon, Suwon and Wanju regions of just before the coloration stage with anthocyanin in fruits were 3627.5 nmol, 2620.0 nmol 1360.7 nmol (ascorbic acid equivalents), respectively. In Autumn, the antioxidant effect and hardness quality of mulberry leaves were increased gradually until just before fallen leaves stage. Therefore, we concluded that being the most suitable period for collecting mulberry leaves as a antiokidant resource is from the latter part of May to the first ten days of June.
Natural Dyeing Fabrics with Serratuls coronate var. insularis Kitamura
HwangBo, Soo-Jeung ; Jung, Yang-Sook ; Bae, Do-Gyu ;
Journal of Sericultural and Entomological Science, volume 48, issue 2, 2006, Pages 46~55
In this thesis, we took some stalks, flowers, and leaves of the Serratuls coronate var. insularis which are able to propagate as mass n our wild to extract the dyeing solution, and cotton and silk were dyed using them in many different conditions. Silk was dyed darker than cotton. We found there was not a big difference between silk and cotton in the given condition considering 'Y' values vs. dyeing temperature. There was a rapid decreasing of 'Y' values after one to two hours and almost all of dyeing was completed at these times. We found there was a dyeing acceleration at the higher dyeing density and the lower 'Y' value. If the density was low, dyeing attachment was reduced by dyeing ability via the density of liquid in both plants. Silk was affected higher by mordant dyes in both plants. Fe and Cu had an effect by mordant dyes slightly an Serratuls coronate var. insularis.
The Effects of Bombyx mori Silk Protein for the Expression of Epithelial Growth factor in the Wound Healing Process of the Hairless Mouse
Han, Sang-Mi ; Lee, Kwang-Gill ; Yeo, Joo-Bong ; Kweon, Hae-Yong ; Woo, Soon-Ok ; Baek, Ha-Ju ; Park, Kwan-Kyu ;
Journal of Sericultural and Entomological Science, volume 48, issue 2, 2006, Pages 56~60
This study was performed to investigate the effect of silk protein (BM-1) treatment on epidermal growth factor (EGF) expression in the wound healing process by excision on the hairless mouse. Significant wound healing activity was observed BM-1 treated group. In BM-1 treated groups (
), epithelialization of the incision wound was laster with a high rate of wound contraction. In expression of EGF and EGF mRNA, the lesion of BM-1 treated group made EGF to more induce significantly than control lesion. These data suggest that silk protein (BM-1) treatment have wound healing effect by excision on the hairless mouse.
Breeding of Major Characteristics of the Wild Silkmoth, Antheraea yamamai indoor-and outdoor-reared
Yoon, Hyung-Joo ; Kang, Pil-Don ; Kim, Sam-Eun ; Lee, Sang-Mong ;
Journal of Sericultural and Entomological Science, volume 48, issue 2, 2006, Pages 61~67
We investigated fertilization rate, hatchability rate, pupation rate and cocoon quality etc to selecting good characteristics of the wild silkmoth, Antheraea yamamai using method of indoor-and outdoor-rearing. As results of indoor rearing, the healthiness of A. yamamai was better in light green colour strain than that of dark green colour strain, but cocoon quality was better in dark green colour strain. There was a little effect to selecting major characteristics in grade of A, B and C strain classified with cocoon weight.
hybrid was lower in fertilization rate and hatchability rate than parent, but higher in pupation rate and cocoon quality. There was no effect of heterosis in
hybrid. In case of outdoor rearing, mortality rate was lower than that of indoor rearing but missing larva was higher. In addition, outdoor rearing is higher that indoor rearing in cocoon weight, cocoon shell weight and cocoon shell rate.
Antifungal Activities of Insect Against the Plant Pathogenic Fungi
Kim, Kyung-A ; Lee, Kyung-Yeol ; Song, Kyung-Sik ; Nho, Si-Kab ;
Journal of Sericultural and Entomological Science, volume 48, issue 2, 2006, Pages 68~72
The hemolmyph and whole body of insect, Bombyx mori, Allomyrina dichotoma and Neotocia brevitarsi, conspicuously inhibited the mycelial growth of several plant pathogenic fungi. The hemolymph of 1087 strain among the 16 strains of B. mori has inhibition activities against the 3 species of fungi, Alternaria panax, Collctotrichum gloeosporioides, and Pyricularia oryzae. The whole body of B. mori was more effective than the hemolymph as a inhibitor on fungi growth. The antifungal activity of B. mori was variable to the fungi species. In addition, A. dichotoma and N. brevitarsi showed antifungal activities against the same fungi as did B. mori. These data showed that the insect has potent antifungal activity. Whereas, the level of activities were differ according to the fungal species. This finding underlines that the possibility of the insect can be use of the agent as a inhibitor against the plant pathogenic fungi.