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Effects of various pretreatments on seed germination ofCalystegia soldanella (Convolvulaceae), a coastal sand dune plant
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Testing various pretreatments to enhance the germination of ‘Sea bells’ (Calystegia soldanella Roem) showed structural differences between seeds that were not treated and those exposed to 98% H2SO4. Expand
Seed Distribution and Burial Properties of Suaeda japonica in Tidal-flat
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It might be interpreted that plant debris (organic matters) of maternal plants and sediment delivered by crabs made the S. japonica seeds bury well. Expand
Plant succession and interaction between soil and plants after land reclamation on the west coast of Korea
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Plant succession and the interaction between soil and plants after reclamation were investigated on the west coast of Korea on the basis of distribution ranges of the plants along gradients of salt and moisture contents in the soil, and species associations and life forms. Expand
Comparison of phenological characteristics for several woody plants in urban climates
  • B. Min
  • Biology
  • Journal of Plant Biology
  • 1 March 2000
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One can conclude that heat pollution in the urban center in Seoul severely changed phenology, and that sensitivity to that pollution differed among plant species. Expand
Distribution properties of Phragmites australis and Phacelurus latifoilus in the tidal-flat of Suncheon Bay
  • B. Min
  • Environmental Science
  • 28 February 2015
A natural mixed stand of Phragmites australis and Phacelurus latifolius was studied to clarify the distribution properties in a microsite in a tidal flat of Suncheon Bay. The height, density, andExpand
Characteristics of Tamarix chinensis Population in Shiwha Lake
For the first time in Korea, plant size, distribution pattern and root growth form of Tamarix chinensis were surveyed at natural stand in Shiwha Lake, from June to July in 2005. T, chinensis grew inExpand
Plant community structure in reclaimed lands on the West Coast of Korea
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To clarify the vegetation structure of salty areas, species distribution was survayed according to topography, species association, community ordination, and community classification and found that halophytic and glycophytic communities were intermixed. Expand
Plant distribution in relation to soil properties of reclaimed lands on the West Coast of Korea
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Of these, soil moisture, electrical conductivity, and levels of Na and Cl had the greatest effect on plant distribution, and plant species were divided into four groups, according to the amount of soil moisture found at their habitats. Expand
Morphological adaptations byGlehnia littoralis to the biomass and heights of peripheral herbaceous plants in coastal sand dunes
  • B. Min
  • Biology
  • Journal of Plant Biology
  • 1 April 2006
To clarify the effects of peripheral herbal plants onGlehnia littoralis growth in coastal sand dunes, the morphology of their aboveground portions was surveyed in five communities:Carex kobomugi,Expand
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