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Transmission of Apple scar skin viroid by Grafting, Using Contaminated Pruning Equipment, and Planting Infected Seeds
Apple scar skin, one of the most destructive diseases affecting apple, is caused by Apple scar skin viroid (ASSV d). Fruit dappling appeared on several cultivars in Korea and has been distributed toExpand
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Detection and Distribution of Apple scar skin viroid-Korean Strain (ASSVd-K) from Apples Cultivated in Korea
Apple scar skin viroid (ASSVd) has been one of the most destructive diseases in Korean apple orchards. Symptoms of the scar skin viroid disease were detected in various apple cultivars, namely,Expand
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Efficacy Test of Mating Disruptors Using Food Trap of Oriental Fruit Moth, Grapholita molesta (Busck)
This study was performed to estimate the efficacy of three commercial mating disruptors for the control of oriental fruit moth, Grapholita molesta (Busck), using a food-baited trap to collect fieldExpand
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Inhibitory Effect of Corn Silk on Skin Pigmentation
In this study, the inhibitory effect of corn silk on melanin production was evaluated. This study was performed to investigate the inhibitory effect of corn silk on melanin production in Melan-AExpand
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Influence of seasonal incidence and defoliation degree of Marssonina blotch on fruit quality and shoot growth of 'Fuji'/M.9 apple tree.
This study investigated the influence of seasonal incidence and defoliation degree caused by Marssonina blotch (Diplocarpon mali Harada et Sawamura) on shoot growth and fruit quality of ‘Fuji’/M.9Expand
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Isolation and Characterization of 13 Microsatellite Loci from a Korean Endemic Species, Sophora koreensis (Fabaceae)
To evaluate the population genetics structure as a means of devising conservation strategies, we developed microsatellite primers for Sophora koreensis, a narrowly endemic and endangered species inExpand
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A taxonomic review of Korean Leontopodium R. Br. ex Cassini (Asteraceae)
Five species of the genus Leontopodium are recognized in Korea, but their taxonomic positions have been controversial. To clarify the taxonomic entity of these Korean species, we examined theirExpand
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Distribution and anatomical characteristics of Trachelospermum asiaticum in Korea
Based on specimens examined, a distribution map of Trachelospermum asiaticum in Korea is provided. The species is distributed on Jeju Island and over the southern and western coastal areas in Korea.Expand