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The Korean Journal of Ecology
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Volume 11, Issue 4 - Aug 1988
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Jun 1988
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Apr 1988
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Feb 1988
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Nitrogen and Phosphorus Cycles in the Glyceria leptolepis Ohwi Population at the Mt. Geumoh Basin
Lyu, Seung-Won ; Seung-Dal Song ;
The Korean Journal of Ecology, volume 11, issue 2, 1988, Pages 55~64
The seasonal pattern of pool size and withdrawal from senescing or stroage organ, and the annual magintude of internal-and plant-soil cycles for nitrogen and phosphorus in a Glyceria leptolepis Ohwi population in a marsh of the Mt. Geumoh were investigared. The population pool changed from initial size of 6.8 to the maximum of 16.1gN
for N and from 1.7 to 3.9g Pm
for P, maintaining far higher relative pool size during the first half of the growth period as compared with that for biomass. A sharp increase in N and P pool was noticed in early spring before the biomass growth was recognized, The major process supplying the demand for N and P changed as the growth progressed showing the order; absorption-withdrwal-absorption-with-drawal. The annual magnitude of plant-soil cycle for N and P was 18.0-19.1 and 2.9-3.3gm
, accounting for 3 and 5% of each nutrient pool in 0-20 cm humus layer, respectively. The higher exent of internal cycle and the lower rate of annual turnover for P(1.08) as compared with those for N may suggest that this population conserves and reuses P more efficiently than N.
Allelopathic Effect of Pinus rigida Mill
Kil, Bong-Seop ;
The Korean Journal of Ecology, volume 11, issue 2, 1988, Pages 65~76
A number of laboratory and field experiments have performed with aqueous extracts from fresh leaves, fallen leaves and roots of Pinus rigida in order to investigae the effetct of the pine tree. The results obtained found its inhibitive effect on the germination and growth of tested species. Though relative germination ratio of the species was somewhat lower than the control plot, severe inhibition was observed in relative dry weight ration, These results were more obvious in aqueous extracts than in the case of leachates and similar results were also confirmed by field bioassays on the forest soil of P. rigida. Therefore, to find out the inhibitory sybstancesm 14 different kinds of KDICical substances were isolatd from the leaved of the tree by chromato-graphy and nist if them were confirmed to be phenoic compounds, The growth of lettuce was inhibition was observed in the concentration of less than 5X10-3M soluton. Phenolic compounds are assumed the substance related to the allelopathic effect of P. rigida.
Seasonal Variation of the Color Pattern in the Cobitid Fish Cobitis taenia lutheri from Korea
Kim, Ik-Soo ; Man-Taek Jeong ;
The Korean Journal of Ecology, volume 11, issue 2, 1988, Pages 77~82
2, 300 specimens of Cobitis taenia lutheri were collected at the Samchon stream, Kui-myon, Wanju-gun, Chollabuk-do province from December, 1984 to November, 1985. Sex ratio and specific lateral color pattern of this subspecies were investigated. During the spawning season, May to Augustm sex dimorphisms in lateral color pattern were remarkable, that is the striped type appeared in most of males and the spotted type largely in femals. Besides the spwaning season both male and female showed the spotted type. These seasonal varaitions of the lateral color pattern were considered to be a significant biological characteristics in this taxon.
A comparison of Production and Solar Energy Utilization among Young Pinus koraiensis Plantations of Different Ages
Kim, Yong-Tage ; Seung-Woo Lee ; Joon-Ho Kim ;
The Korean Journal of Ecology, volume 11, issue 2, 1988, Pages 83~95
Phytomass, annual net production, respiration, annual gros production and litter fall were estimated in young Korean pine (Pinus koraiensis) plantations reforested 1,2,3,6,9 and 11 years ago, respectivly. The estimated phytomasses in terms of allometry were 0.07, 0.44, 0.58, 13.37, 32.26 and 48.42ton/ha/yr for annual net production and those of understory with harvest method were 3.70, 4.52, 5.28, 6.72, 7.56 and 5.72ton/ha for standing phytomass and 5.01, 4.71, 5.52m 6.15, 4.51 and 2.08 ton/ha/yr for annual net production at 1,2,3,6,9 and 11 year old plantation, respectively. Although the standing phytomass of understory increased gradually until 9 years thereafter decreased, that of white pine increased suddenly from 6 years after reforestation. The ratios of the annyal net production of understory to that of white pine were 71.57, 1.48 and 0.23 at 1,6 and 11 year old plantations, respectively. The net production in calorie value for whole vegetation of the plantations, respectively. The net production in calorie value for whole vegetation of the plantations increased until 9 years thereafter decreased; i.e. 224, 221, 280, 466, 527 and 494X105 kcal/ha/yr at 1,2,3,6,9 and 11 year old plantation, respectivey. The ratio of annual net production to annual gross production of the undersoty was lower than that of the pine at the same plantation age. Efficiency of solat energy untilization for net production by the pine was lower than that by understory y\until six ear old plantation but that was vice versa over 9 year old plantation. That for gross producrion by the pine was lower than that by the unsersotry at all plantations.
Phytosocological Study on Montance Forest Vegetation at periphery of Seoul, Korea
Kim, Jong-Won ; Joon-Ho Kim ;
The Korean Journal of Ecology, volume 11, issue 2, 1988, Pages 97~107
The forest vegetation occurring mainly at the mountain areas in periphery of Seoul were inversigated phyeosociologically. The granitic rocky outcrops are typical physiognomy on the study areas. The greater part of forests was the secondary vegetation to be disturbed by hyman impacts, because of being situated near the metropolis with a highly dense population. Four community types were largely differentiated by species composition. The representitive ones were the Quercus monogolica community and Pinus densiflora-Juniperus schinensis community, which are predominantly gorwing at the slopes above about 100m in altituse and the rocky ridges, respectively. The Betula chinensis-Potentilla dickinsii community at several single-peaks of windswept and the Zelkova serrata-Prunus padus community at stony valley are sporadically growing in a small area.