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1Nomenclatural review of new names proposed by Yong No Lee

저자 : Hyun-do Jang , Sang-jun Lee

발행기관 : 한국식물분류학회 간행물 : 식물분류학회지 52권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 1-23 (23 pages)

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This review provides information about the nomenclatural status of new names proposed by Dr. Yong No Lee, in accordance with the current International Code of Nomenclature for Algae, Fungi, and Plants. A total of 363 designations and names were proposed from 16 books and 95 papers by Dr. Yong No Lee, and their status was examined, with 161 designations found to be not validly published. In addition, 13 later isonyms and ten later homonyms were found by this review. However, 173 names were found to be legitimate. All designations and names were categorized according to their nomenclatural status and were listed by place of publication. The nomenclatural statuses of six designations or names, including “Iris odaesanensis,” were not confirmed in this review. It is therefore necessary to undertake further research into the nomenclatural status of these taxa by examining their types and published protologues.

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2The first record of the rare fern Pteris griffithii (Polypodiales: Pteridaceae: Pteridoideae) in the Bhutan Himalayas

저자 : Rinchen Dorji , Sangay Dema , Mani Prasad Nirola , Choki Gyeltshen

발행기관 : 한국식물분류학회 간행물 : 식물분류학회지 52권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 24-28 (5 pages)

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Pteris griffithii Hook., one of the rarest fern species on the Indian subcontinent, is reported from Bhutan for the first time. The identity of this species was confirmed through morphological determination at the National Herbarium (THIM) of the National Biodiversity Centre (NBC) of Bhutan. It was found only in one location, in Gyelpozhing in eastern Bhutan, at an elevation of 521 m a.s.l. on 10 January 2016. Given that a very limited study of this species was conducted, the knowledge baseline with regard to its distribution is poor. It is also reported that this species has not been found for several years. The species is also considered to be very rare or critically endangered in some countries; however, there are no assessments on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List for this particular species. This paper attempts to provide baseline information considering its rarity and data deficiency. This species is also reported from the adjacent neighboring Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh as very rare, and also from Myanmar; however, confirmation of its presence in China is not clear at this time. Therefore, considering its data deficient status, we attempt to document it scientifically to create a knowledgebase pertaining to this particular species. Concurrently, this species merits further research to understand its distribution patterns in Bhutan and any related anthropogenic threats.

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3A palynological study of Dioscorea (Dioscoreaceae) in Korea

저자 : Dae-hui Jeong , Hyeong-jun Jo , Jae-young Kim , Min-ji Kwon , Seon Jeong , Hong-woo Park , Youngjae Chung , Gyu-young Chung

발행기관 : 한국식물분류학회 간행물 : 식물분류학회지 52권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 29-34 (6 pages)

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A palynological study of genus Dioscorea L. in Korea was conducted to evaluate the taxonomic implications. As a result of confirming the palynological characteristics of seven taxa of Dioscorea L., including six that are distributed in Korea and D. tokoro found in Japan, sections or species were classified according to the characteristics, such as the number of apertures, the polar end shape, and exine sculpturing. Specifically, the exine sculptures of D. coreana and D. tokoro, erroneously known to be distributed in Korea, are distinguished. The change in the number of apertures is closely associated with microsporogenesis, and it can be presumed that disulcate pollen might have been derived from monosulcate pollen in Dioscorea.

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4Clematis pseudotubulosa (Ranunculaceae), a new species from Korea

저자 : Beom Kyun Park , Jin-seok Kim , Gyu Young Chung , Jung-hyun Kim , Dong Chan Son , Chang-gee Jang

발행기관 : 한국식물분류학회 간행물 : 식물분류학회지 52권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 35-44 (10 pages)

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Clematis pseudotubulosa (Ranunculaceae), a new species from Gyeonggi-do in the Republic of Korea, is described and illustrated. The new species is morphologically similar to C. takedana but differs in its leaves, which are always ternate with shallowly lobed leaflets (vs. 1-pinnate with deeply lobed three to five leaflets), and its oblong-shaped flower buds (vs. ovoid), larger flowers (vs. smaller flowers), and pantoporate pollen (vs. tricolpate). A detailed species description, geographical distribution, and an identification key for all species of Clematis that occur in Korea are also provided.

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5Genetic variation of the endangered species Halenia coreana (Gentianaceae)

저자 : Narae Yun , Sang-hun Oh

발행기관 : 한국식물분류학회 간행물 : 식물분류학회지 52권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 45-53 (9 pages)

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Halenia coreana is an endangered, endemic species that is distributed in only a few locations in Korea, such as Mts. Hwaaksan and Daeamsan. It has been recently segregated from H. corniculata, broadly distributed in cold temperate regions that include northern Japan, the Russian Far East, northeastern China, Mongolia, and eastern Europe, where population sizes are usually large. To examine the genetic diversity of H. coreana and evaluate the level of genetic differentiation of the species compared with that of H. corniculata, we surveyed 183 candidate simple sequence repeats (SSR) motif markers for H. coreana and H. corniculata from sequence data of amplified fragments of a specific length in the genome. A total of 17 genomic-SSR markers were selected to examine the levels of genetic diversity and differentiation using 17 samples of H. coreana and 60 samples of three populations of H. corniculata. The results here suggest that the genetic diversity of H. coreana is very low with a high frequency of inbreeding within its population. We found that H. coreana is genetically differentiated from H. corniculata, supporting the recognition of the geographically isolated H. coreana as a distinct species.

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6국내 벚나무류(Prunus subg. Cerasus) 식재 현황: 분당중앙공원 일대 사례연구

저자 : 한병우 ( Byungwoo Han ) , 정종덕 ( Jongduk Jung ) , 나혜련 ( Hye Ryun Na ) , 강경숙 ( Kyoungsuk Kang ) , 장한이 ( Hany Chang ) , 김세령 ( Seryoung Kim ) , 김유미 ( Youme Kim ) , 권희정 ( Heejeong Kwon ) , 현진오 ( Jin-oh Hyun )

발행기관 : 한국식물분류학회 간행물 : 식물분류학회지 52권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 54-63 (10 pages)

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벚나무류 (Prunus subg. Cerasus)는 가로수 및 조경수로 전국에 가장 많이 식재하지만 외형으로 식별이 어려워서 종별 수량은 관리되지 않고 있다. 다양한 벚나무류가 식재된 성남시 분당구 분당중앙공원과 인접 지역의 식재유형과 종 구성 등의 실태를 파악하고, 조경수목 식재 관리 필요성을 논의하고자 하였다. 벚나무류의 개화기인 2021년 4월에 성남시 분당구 일대 약 6 km2 내에 식재된 벚나무류 총 5,866주를 조사하였다. 이 중 5,744주는 11분류군으로 구분하였으며, 나머지 122주는 복합적인 외부형태 특징을 보였다. 소메이요시노벚나무(Prunus ×yedoensis Matsum.)가 가장 높은 비중(52.1%)을 차지하였고, 잔털벚나무(P. serrulata Lindl. var. pubescens (Makino) Nakai), 벚나무(P. jamasakura Siebold ex Koidz.) 등의 순으로 나타났다. 제주도에 자생하는 왕벚나무(P. ×nudiflora (Koehne) Koidz.)는 본 조사에서 확인되지 않았다. 미소한 특징으로 구분되는 벚나무류의 식별을 돕고자 주요 조경용 벚나무류 11분류군에 대한 검색표를 제시하였다. 벚나무류는 자연 상태에서도 빈번하게 종간 잡종을 형성하는 것으로 알려져 있다. 외래 벚나무류와의 잡종화와 이에 따른 유전자 이입에 의해 자생종의 유전적 고유성이 손실되는 것을 막기 위해서는 자생지 주변의 식재 수종관리와 원산지 추적이 필요하다.


Prunus subg. Cerasus is the most planted street and landscaping tree in South Korea, but it is difficult to identify species according to their macro-morphologies, leading to problems when attempting properly to manage species quantities. The purpose of this study is to understand the current status of plant types and species compositions in Bundang Central Park in Bundang-gu of Seongnam City and to discuss the necessity of the management of landscaping tree planting. In April of 2021, during the cherry blossom season, a total of 5,866 planted cherry trees were investigated within an area of 6 km2 of Bundang-gu in Seongnam City. As a result, 5,744 trees were sorted into eleven taxa, but the remaining 122 trees were not determined due to their complex morphologies. Prunus ×yedoensis Matsum. accounted for the highest proportion (52.1%), followed by P. serrulata Lindl. var. pubescens Nakai and P. jamasakura Siebold ex Koidz. P. ×nudiflora (Koehne) Koidz., a plant native to Jejudo Island, was not found in this survey. In order to help identify cherry trees based on micro-morphologies, an identification key was presented for the eleven taxa planted as major landscaping trees. It is known that cherry trees frequently form interspecific hybrids in nature. In order to prevent a loss of the genetic originality of native species due to hybridization and gene introgression from foreign cherry trees, it is necessary to manage planting species near the habitats of native taxa and track their origins.

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7Taxonomic notes and distribution of Gueldenstaedtia (Chesneyinae, Fabaceae) in Mongolia

저자 : Shukherdorj Baasanmunkh , Batlai Oyuntsetseg , Zagarjav Tsegmed , Irina D. Illarionova , Nyamjantsan Nyambayar , Hyeok Jae Choi

발행기관 : 한국식물분류학회 간행물 : 식물분류학회지 52권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 64-70 (7 pages)

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The genus Gueldenstaedtia Fisch. is small genus of Fabaceae that includes four species worldwide. Among these, G. monophylla Fisch and G. verna (Georgi) Boriss. are currently recognized as occurring in Mongolia. Here, we present our findings on G. verna from our recent field surveys in eastern Mongolia in 2020. Gueldenstaedtia monophylla is mostly distributed in the western region, whereas G. verna occurs in eastern Mongolia. The regional conservation status of both species was assessed as near threatened based on criterion B in the country. We provided descriptions, grid distribution maps, taxonomic notes and photographic illustrations of the two species based on our newly collected samples.

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8A new record of Tordylium maximum (Apiaceae) from Korea

저자 : Kyeonghee Kim , Eui-ho Eom , Sang Deog Shim , Myoung Ja Nam , Bong Seok Kim , Jung-hyun Kim

발행기관 : 한국식물분류학회 간행물 : 식물분류학회지 52권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 71-76 (6 pages)

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Tordylium maximum L. (Apiaceae), native to south, south-central Europe and southwest Asia and a rare alien plant in northern Europe, was newly found in Jeollabuk-do in Korea. Tordylium is clearly distinguished from other genera by having radiating petals, filiform bracts, linear bractlets, stalked mericarps with minutely vesicular dorsal face or strigose hairs, and an annual habit. Tordylium maximum is different from other species of the genus by its mericarps with smooth margins and 10-16 rays not contracted in fruit. T. maximum grows on dry and sunny grasslands. Here, we report the first occurrence of the genus Tordylium represented by T. maximum in Korea and provide a precise description, illustration, photographs of the species, and a taxonomic key to allied taxa in Korea.

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9Aster danyangensis, a replacement name for Aster altaicus var. uchiyamae (Asteraceae)

저자 : Jae Young Kim , Hyeong Jun Jo , Kae Sun Chang , Dong Chan Son , Gyu Young Chung

발행기관 : 한국식물분류학회 간행물 : 식물분류학회지 52권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 77-79 (3 pages)

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Aster altaicus var. uchiyamae, a Korean endemic plant, should be treated as a species rank because it is clearly distinguished from A. altaicus var. altaicus by the morphological characteristics of the plant habit, leaf width, and head size. Nevertheless, when A. altaicus var. uchiyamae was treated as a species rank, the epithet uchiyamae was unavailable in Aster owing to the earlier name A. uchiyamae, which was a replacement name for the illegitimate name A. depauperatus. Therefore, we propose A. danyangensis as a new replacement name for A. altaicus var. uchiyamae. The specific epithet danyangensis refers to the geographic location of Danyang-gun, where the species was discovered. We also designate the lectotype and isolectotype of A. danyangensis.

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10The complete chloroplast genome of Polygonatum falcatum (Asparagaceae)

저자 : Tae-young Choi , Se-hyun Yun , Soo-rang Lee

발행기관 : 한국식물분류학회 간행물 : 식물분류학회지 52권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 80-83 (4 pages)

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Polygonatum falcatum is a perennial herb distributed in East Asia. We determined the characteristics of the complete chloroplast genome in P. falcatum for the first time, with a de novo assembly strategy. The chloroplast genome was 154,579bp in length harboring 87 protein coding genes, 38 tRNA genes and eight rRNA genes. It exhibits typical quadripartite structure comprising a large single-copy (LSC) (83,528bp), a small single-copy (SSC) (18,457bp) and a pair of inverted repeats (IRs) (26,297bp). Phylogenetic analysis of 16 chloroplast genomes from Asparagaceae reveals that the genus Polygonatum is a monophyletic group and that P. falcatum is clustered together with the congener, P. odoratum.

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