Eui Jeong Doh

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Some Artemisia herbs are used for medicinal purposes. In particular, A. princeps and A. argyi are classified as 'Aeyup' and are used as important medicinal material in traditional Korean medicine. On the other hand, A. capillaris and A. iwayomogi, which are classified as 'Injinho' and 'Haninjin', respectively, are used for other purposes distinct from those(More)
Some plants classified in the genus Artemisia are used for medicinal purposes. In particular, A. iwayomogi, which is referred to as 'Haninjin,' is used as an important medicinal material in traditional Korean medicine. However, A. capillaris, and both A. argyi and A. princeps, referred to as 'Injinho' and 'Aeyup,' respectively, are used for purposes other(More)
Dried rhizomes of Coptis species are utilized as “Coptidis Rhizoma” (CR), an important herbal medicinal material in traditional Chinese medicine. Almost all CRs traded in the Korean herbal medicine market originate from Coptis chinensis (“Chun Hwang-Lyun” in Korean medical terminology). Other minor CRs originate from Coptis japonica (“Il Hwang-Lyun”).(More)
One of the medicinal materials produced by plants belonging to the genus Scrophularia, ‘Scrophularia Radix’ (SR), has been prescribed for many centuries to treat diseases such as inflammation, abscesses of carbuncles and constipation. In China, the dried root of S. ningoensis Hemsley is the source of SR. In contrast, the root of S. buergeriana is generally(More)
Several Artemisia species are used as herbal medicines including the dried aerial parts of Artemisia capillaris, which are used as Artemisiae Capillaris Herba (known as "Injinho" in Korean medicinal terminology and "Yin Chen Hao" in Chinese). In this study, we developed tools for distinguishing between A. capillaris and 11 other Artemisia species that grow(More)
‘Kalopanacis Cortex’ (KC) is an important medicinal material prescribed in Korea for the treatment of various ailments such as paralysis, arthritis, and rheumatism. In Korea, KC is defined as the dried stem bark of Kalopanax pictus. However, the stem barks of Zanthoxylum ailanthoides and Erythrina plants such as E. variegata have also been described as KC(More)
Some plants in the genus Artemisia have been used for medicinal purposes. Among them, Artemisia iwayomogi, commonly referred to as "Haninjin," is one of the major medicinal materials used in traditional Korean medicine. By contrast, Artemisia capillaris and both Artemisia argyi and Artemisia princeps, referred to as "Injinho" and "Aeyup," respectively, are(More)
In this study, we identified and evaluated the genetic relationships among Cinnamomum plants, which are used in traditional medicine. We also attempted to monitor the distribution of traditional medicines derived from Cinnamomum cassia by using DNA barcoding and a species-specific DNA marker. Plants of the genus Cinnamomum, and in particular C. cassia, are(More)
We have examined the inward-rolling and outward-opening of petals from 90° stage carnation flowers (Dianthus charyophyllus L. cv. Pink Donor). Ethylene released from 2-chloroethylphosphonic acid (CEPA) induced in-rolling in the lower portions of the petals while that action was suppressed by an inhibitor of auxin transport. Another plant hormone,(More)
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