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In vitro inhibition of food spoilage and foodborne pathogenic bacteria by essential oil and leaf extracts of Magnolia liliflora Desr.
The results obtained in this study support the role of essential oil and the leaf extracts derived from M. liliflora as a remarkable approach to inhibit the growth of food spoilage and foodborne pathogens. Expand
Genetic diversity and genetic relationships of East Asian natural populations of wild radish revealed by AFLP
AFLP variation showed a very close genetic relationship between R. raphanistrum and R. sativus, confirming the assumption that R. Raphanistroides might be involved in the origin of R. sitivus. Expand
Allozyme variation and population structure of Carex humilis var. nana (Cyperaceae) in Korea
Genetic diversity and population structure of 22 Carex humilis var. nana Ohwi (Cyperaceae) populations in Korea were determined using genetic variation at 23 allozyme loci. This is a long-livedExpand
Genetic diversity and population structure of wild lentil tare
The results were consistent with the strong geographic effect indicated by unweighted pairwise groups method using arithmetic average (UPGMA) and Mantel's test and the wide geographic ranges, wild condition of the species, and high fecundity are proposed as possible factors contributing to high genetic diversity. Expand
Genetic Diversity and Population Structure of Juniperus rigida (Cupressaceae) and Juniperus coreana
Analysis of fixation indices showed a substantial deficiency of heterozygotes relative to Hardy–Weinberg expectations suggesting inbreeding in J. rigida, and genetic diversity parameters indicated that J. coreana was genetically depauperate relative to its presumptive progenitor, J. Rigida. Expand
Molecular Authentication and Genetic Polymorphism of Korean Ginseng (Panax ginseng C. A. Meyer) by Inter-Simple Sequence Repeats (ISSRs) Markers
These ISSR markers will be available to differentiate Chunpoong cultivar from other major Korean ginseng cultivars and accessions, such as Yunpoong, Hwangsukjong and Jakyungjong, at the DNA level. Expand
Genetic diversity and population structure of Korean alder (Alnus japonica; Betulaceae)
  • M. Huh
  • Biology
  • 15 September 1999
The genetic diversity and population genetic structure of Alnus japonica (Thunb.) Steudel in Korea were studied and compared with those of alder from Canada. Nineteen of the 25 loci studied (76.0%)...
Allozyme diversity and population structure of Japanese and Korean populations of wild radish, Raphanus sativus var. hortensis f. raphanistroides (Brassicaceae).
The combination of an insect-pollinated, outcrossing breeding system, large population sizes, gene flow from cultivated radish population, and a propensity for high fecundity may explain the high level of genetic diversity within wild populations of this plant. Expand
Genetic diversity and population structure ofKalopanax pictus (Araliaceae)
It is suggested that geographical distance as well as reproductive isolation between wild and cultivated plants may play roles in shaping the population structure of this species. Expand
Comparison of RAPD, AFLP, and EF-1α Sequences for the Phylogenetic Analysis of Fusarium oxysporum and Its formae speciales in Korea
Genetic relationship of nine formae speciales of oxysporum with random amplified polymorphic DNA, amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP), and translation elongation factor-1 alpha gene was evaluated and AFLP analysis showed a higher discriminatory power than that of a the RAPD and EF-1α analyses. Expand