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Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy
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Volume 36, Issue 4 - 00 2006
Volume 36, Issue 3 - 00 2006
Volume 36, Issue 2 - 00 2006
Volume 36, Issue 1 - 00 2006
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Spore morphology of Korean Polypodiaceae
Seon, Byeong-Yun ; Kim, Cheol-Hwan ; Im, Jin-A ; Gwak, Min-Ju ;
Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy, volume 36, issue 1, 2006, Pages 1~19
Description of spore morphology of Korean Polypodiaceae has monad, monolete with bilateral symmetry, bipolar and oblete spore except for Loxogramme grammitoides having trilete spore with radial symmetry. In spore wall structure, exopore showed variable patterns enough ro distinguish genera. Perispore was found in all the species examined except Crypsinus, Pyrrosia hastata ans P. linearifolia. The perispores of Crypsinus, Pyrrosia hastata and P. linearifolia were echinate and gemmate, rugulate, and verrucate respectively. In term of exospore wall sculpturing, Polypodium and Loxogramme showed fossulate, Lepisorus, rugulate with irregular verrucate, Crypsinus ans Coloysis showed psilatem or rarely verrucate in the latter, Neocheiropteris ensata showed dense small verrucatem, Lemmaphyllum microphyllum showed complex reticulate and Pyrrosia showed verrucate or psilate.
Variation of nuclear ribosomal ITS sequences of Polygonum section Persicaria (Polygonaceae) in Korea
Park, Jong-Uk ; Kim, Min-Ha ; Gwak, Myeong-Hae ; Won, Hyo-Sik ;
Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy, volume 36, issue 1, 2006, Pages 21~40
We examined nrDNA ITS sequences from 16 taxa of Polygonum sect. Persicaria(Polygonaceae) in Korea to infer relationships among the taxa within the section. A neighbor-joining tree obtained from the analysis of the ITS sequences suggest that the ITS region was useful inferring the phylogenetic relationships among the taxa. The neighbor-joining tree indicates that P.amphibium is clearly separated from the other Korean taxa. The tree aldo reveals the presence of five major groups in the Korean taxa of the section; 1) P. lapathifolium var. lapathifolium, 2) P. persicaria and P. viscoferum, 3) P. orientable and P. viscosum, 4) P. japonicum and 5) a group including the remaining taxa. these relationships depicted on the ITS tree are largely congruent with those inferred from morphological and anatomical characters.
Taxonomic Notes on the Dr. Miki's Specimens Collected from Korea
Choe, Hong-Geun ; Sin, Hyeon-Cheol ; kadono, Yasuro ;
Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy, volume 36, issue 1, 2006, Pages 41~52
Specimens donated by the late Dr. Miki, deposited in the Osaka Museum of Natural History (OSA), were from Korea. These were collected by 14 collectors, including Dr. Miki and Hyung-Doo Chang. Taxonomic comments on Korean aquatic vascular plants collection were made, especially on Ranunculus kadzusensis, Potamogeton pectinatus, Zostera japonica, Ruppia truncatifolia, and the Utricularia species, including the three unrecorded species from Korea.
An unrecorded species of Allium (Alliaceae) in Korea: A. pseudojaponicum Makino
O, Byeong-Un ; Jang, Chang-Gi ; Choe, Hyeok-Jae ; Kim, Yun-Yeong ; Go, Eun-Mi ;
Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy, volume 36, issue 1, 2006, Pages 53~59
here we report a previously unrecorded species of Korean Allium (Alliaceae) from Geomundo, Yeosu-si, Jeollanam-do. This taxon, A. pseudojaponicum Makino which has been known to distribute only in the southern part of Japan up to date, is easily distingquished from A. thunbergii G. don by lustrous evergreen leaves and lateral scapes as well as chromosome number (2n=32). The common name, 'Gaet-bu-chu', was newly given considering the property of habitat, which as the dry and rocky grasslands facing to the sea in Korea and Japan. In this study, we redescribe morphological characters, and provide illustrations of habit as well as photographs of hacitat.
The Plant Species Composition and Phytogeographical Significance on Algific Talus Slope in Korea
Park, Jae-Hong ; Kim, Jin-Seok ; Jeong, Jae-Min ; Lee, Byeong-Cheon ;
Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy, volume 36, issue 1, 2006, Pages 61~89
Algific talus slopes are lacal cold micro-environmental habits where cool air escapes through vents and fissures of talus layer, and ice forms in summer. To access the phytogeographical significance and to develop the conservation strategy on vegetation of the algific talus, plant species composition on seven algific talus in South Korea was investigated. As a results, phytogeographically significant northern elements such as Cystopteris fragilis (L.) Bernh., Diplazium sibiricum (Turcz. ex Kunze) Sa.Kurata, Polypodium virginianum L., Vaccinium vitis-idaea L. and Hackelia deflexa (Wahlenb.) Opiz were distributed in these algific talus slopes (below N37˚43'). In addition, subalpine species such as Woodsia subcordata Turcz, Rosa suavis willd., Clematis fusca var. coreana (H.Lév. & Vaniot) Nakai, Calamagrostis langsdorfii (Link) Trin. and Carex vaginata var. petersii (C.A.Mey.) Akiyama were also distributed as typical relictual species of these algific talus (less than alt. 400m). The algific talus slopes in Korean peninsular can be regarded as the insular refugia that northern plant species advanced southward during the latest glacial age have been isolated and adapted in some local microhabitats. Because the algific talus slopes as paleorefugia are very important in terms of phytogeography as well as meteorology ans geology, developments of strategies for in situ and ex situ conservation on these small isolated and threatened populations associated with the algific talus urgently needed.