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Coarse woody debris mass and nutrients in forest ecosystems of Korea
Coarse woody debris (CWD) is an essential component of forests. However, quantification of both the mass and nutrient content of CWD within a given environment tends to be a fairly labor-intensiveExpand
Artemisia fukudo essential oil attenuates LPS-induced inflammation by suppressing NF-kappaB and MAPK activation in RAW 264.7 macrophages.
  • W. Yoon, J. Moon, +7 authors C. Hyun
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Food and chemical toxicology : an international…
  • 1 May 2010
In the present study, the chemical constituents of Artemisia fukudo essential oil (AFE) were investigated using GC-MS. The major constituents were alpha-thujone (48.28%), beta-thujone (12.69%),Expand
Land Use in Korean Tidal Wetlands: Impacts and Management Strategies
The coastal landscapes in southwestern Korea include a diverse array of tidal wetlands and salt marshes. These coastal zones link the ecological functions of marine tidal wetlands and freshwaterExpand
Coastal vegetation on the Western, Southern, and Eastern coasts of South Korea
We used the Braun-Blanquet method to study the vegetation of coastal wetlands in South Korea. Three habitat types were found, i.e., salt marshes, salt swamps, and sand dunes. These plant communitiesExpand
Studies on the Vegetation of the Salt Marsh in the Southwestern Cost of Korea
The coastal vegetation of the southwestern coast of Korea was surveyed by the Braun-Blnquet's phytosociological sKDICe and its soil properties were also determined. Comparing with the coastalExpand
Taxonomic reappraisal onSuaeda australis (Chenopodiaceae) in korea based on the morphological and molecular characteristics
We used morphological and molecular characteristics to perform a taxonomic reappraisal ofSuaeda australis (Brown) Moquin-Tandon from Korea. Populations of this species are dispersed at the bottoms ofExpand
Coastal plant and soil relationships along the southwestern coast of South Korea
We studied how plant species distribution was regulated by the relationships between vegetation and soil factors on the southwestern coast of South Korea. Vegetation was classified using two-wayExpand