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Deep Neural Network-Based Concentration Model for Oak Pollen Allergy Warning in South Korea

Seo YA, Kim KR, Cho C, Oh JW, Kim TH

PURPOSE: Oak is the dominant tree species in Korea. Oak pollen has the highest sensitivity rate among all allergenic tree species in Korea. A deep neural network (DNN)-based estimation model...
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Guild Patterns of Basidiomycetes Community Associated With Quercus mongolica in Mt. Jeombong, Republic of Korea

Oh SY, Cho HJ, Eimes JA, Han SK, Kim CS, Lim YW

Depending on the mode of nutrition exploitation, major fungal guilds are distinguished as ectomycorrhizal and saprotrophic fungi. It is generally known that diverse environmental factors influence fungal communities; however, it...
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Characteristics of airborne pollen in Incheon and Seoul (2015–2016)

So HJ, Moon SJ, Hwang SY, Kim JH, Jang HJ, Jo JH, Sung TJ, Lim DH

BACKGROUND: Pollen allergens are one of the main contributors to the development and/or aggravation of allergic rhinitis, allergic conjunctivitis, and asthma. OBJECTIVE: An examination of the airborne pollen in residential areas...
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HPLC analysis of Phenolic Substances and Anti-Alzheimer's Activity of Korean Quercus Species

Nugroho A, Song BM, Seong SH, Choi JS, Choi J, Choi JY, Park HJ

This study aimed to establish the quantitative method to analyze the content of peroxynitrite-scavengers belonging to polyphenols in six Korean Quercus species (Quercus mongolica, Q. dentata, Q. acutissima, Q. alienta,...
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Cross-Reactivity between Oak and Birch Pollens in Korean Tree Pollinosis

Jeong KY, Son M, Park JH, Park KH, Park HJ, Lee JH, Hong CS, Park JW

Oak and birch trees belong to Fagales order. Specific IgE to pollen allergens of both trees are frequently found in Korea pollinosis patients. Oak trees which comprise 40% of forest...
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Yeast Associated with the Ambrosia Beetle, Platypus koryoensis, the Pest of Oak Trees in Korea

Yun YH, Suh DY, Yoo HD, Oh MH, Kim SH

Oak tree death caused by symbiosis of an ambrosia beetle, Platypus koryoensis, and an ophiostomatoid filamentous fungus, Raffaelea quercus-mongolicae, has been a nationwide problem in Korea since 2004. In this...
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The Effect of Raffaelea quercus-mongolicae Inoculations on the Formation of Non-conductive Sapwood of Quercus mongolica

Torii M, Matsuda Y, Seo ST, Kim KH, Ito SI, Moon MJ, Kim SH, Yamada T

  • KMID: 2312749
  • Mycobiology.
  • 2014 Jun;42(2):210-214.
In Korea, mass mortality of Quercus mongolica trees has become obvious since 2004. Raffaelea quercus-mongolicae is believed to be a causal fungus contributing the mortality. To evaluate the pathogenicity of...
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A New Record of Candida kashinagacola (Synonym Ambrosiozyma kashinagacola) from Galleries of Platypus koryoensis, the Oak Wilt Disease Vector, in Korea

Suh DY, Kim SH, Son SY, Seo ST, Kim KH

  • KMID: 2312710
  • Mycobiology.
  • 2013 Dec;41(4):245-247.
The ambrosia beetle, Platypus koryoensis, is an economically important pest affecting oak trees in Korea. Candida kashinagacola was isolated from galleries of the beetle in oak wood and identified by...
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Morphological and Molecular Characteristics of the Oak Tree Canker Pathogen, Annulohypoxylon truncatum

Cha J, Heo B, Ahn SJ, Gang G, Park CG, Kwak YS

  • KMID: 2408218
  • Mycobiology.
  • 2012 Mar;40(1):79-81.
Cankers are localized dead areas in the bark of stems, branches or twigs of many types of trees and shrubs, and are usually caused by fungi. We observed severe canker...
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Filamentous Fungi Isolated from Platypus koryoensis, the Insect Vector of Oak Wilt Disease in Korea

Suh DY, Hyun MW, Kim SH, Seo ST, Kim KH

  • KMID: 2312662
  • Mycobiology.
  • 2011 Dec;39(4):313-316.
The ambrosia beetle, Platypus koryoensis, is a serious pest of oak trees in Korea. In this study we investigated filamentous fungi present in the body of the beetle. Fourteen genera...
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Introduction to Distribution and Ecology of Sterile Conks of Inonotus obliquus

Lee MW, Hur H, Chang KC, Lee TS, Ka KH, Jankovsky

Inonotus obliquus is a fungus that causes white heart rot on several broad-leaved species. This fungus forms typical charcoal-black, sterile conks (chaga) or cinder conks on infected stems of the...
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Effect of Various Sawdusts and Logs Media on the Fruiting Body Formation of Phellinus gilvus

Jo WS, Rew YH, Choi SG, Hwang MH, Park SC, Seo GS, Sung JM, Uhm JY

  • KMID: 2312504
  • Mycobiology.
  • 2007 Mar;35(1):6-10.
Present experiments were conducted to determine the possibility of artificial culture with various sawdust of P. gilvus. The pH value was 6.0 of oak sawdust, 6.5 of mulberry sawdust, 6.6...
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Physiological Characteristics of Symbiotic Fungi Associated with the Seed Germination of Gastrodia elata

Hong IP, Kim HK, Park JS, Kim GP, Lee MW, Guo SX

  • KMID: 2312360
  • Mycobiology.
  • 2002 Mar;30(1):22-26.
This study was carried out to investigate the possibility for seeds germination of Gastrodia elata using symbiotic fungi. Since seeds of G. elata are very small and lack an endosperm...
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Aerobiological Study for Airborne Pollen and Mold in Pusan

Kim MJ, Cheon KW, Kim SW

  • KMID: 2314215
  • Pediatr Allergy Respir Dis.
  • 2000 Jun;10(2):119-130.
PURPOSE: Airborne pollen and mold spores are common causative agents of allergic disease. Atmospheric pollen and spores in one area of Pusan were collected to investigate species, particle amount, seasonal...
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Observations on the Ectomycorrhizal Roots Collected from the Bases of the Basiodiocarps in Chungbuk

Lee SS, Chung HC, Kim DH, Heyser W

  • KMID: 2052932
  • Mycobiology.
  • 2000 Jun;28(2):62-69.
Various types of ectomycorrihzal root were observed from the bases of the basidiocarps collected from the four different soils of WalAk Mt., JoRyeong Mt, MinJuJi Mt. and hills near Korea...
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Aerobiological Study for Airborne Plooern and Mold in Kuri-shi, Kyunggi-Do

Oh JW, Lee HB

  • KMID: 2051340
  • Pediatr Allergy Respir Dis.
  • 1997 Mar;7(1):57-68.
In a large number of a1lergic cases, inhalant allergens, particularly airborne pollens and mo1ds am important causative, triggering agents in respiratory, even in skinanergy. It is essential for diagnosis and...
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