보련산 일대의 균류자원

조덕현1, 조원경2
Duck-Hyun CHO1, Won-Kyung CHO2
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1우석대학교 생물학과
2전북대학교 생물학과
1Department of Biolgy, Woosuk University
2Department of Biology Chonbuk University, Chonju 565-701, Korea

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Published Online: Jun 30, 2007


Many fungal fungi were collected at Mt. Boryun of Chungju city, Chungchungbuk-Do. They were identificated with observation and many references. As the resulting, diversities of fungal fungi were 2 divisions, 2 subdivisions, 2 classes, 4 subclasses, 9 oders, 29 families, 61 genera and 97 species. Dominant families are Tricholomatacea, Amanitaceae and Polyporaceae. Dominant genus is Amanita and dominant species is Collybia dryophila. Unrecorded species is Mycena picta (Fr.:Fr.) Harmaja. In fungal fungi for genetic resources were edible 26 species, cultural 7 species, poisonous 15 species, medicinal 14 species, anti-cancer 21 species, ectomycorrizal 15 species and wood rotten 47 species.

Keywords: diversities, fungi; dominant family; dominant genus; dominant species; unrecorded species; genetic resources