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Folk Plants in the Inland of Northern Area in Gangwon-do

강원도 내륙 북부지역의 민속식물

Kim, Kyung-Ah;Han, Jun-Soo;Cheon, Kyeong-Sik;Jang, Jin-Hwan;Ok, Gil-Hwan;Yoo, Ki-Oug
김경아;한준수;천경식;장진환;옥길환;유기억

  • Received : 2011.07.27
  • Accepted : 2011.11.21
  • Published : 2012.02.29

Abstract

This study was carried out to classify the folk plants in inland of northern region of Gangwon-do. According to the survey results from 35 places of 9 counties and cities from April to October, 2010, the folk plants in inland of northern region of Gangwon-do consisted of a total 261 taxa; 73 families, 185 genera, 225 species, 2 subspecies, 30 varieties, and 4 form. Among the investigated 261 taxa, 3 Korean endemic, 11 rare plants and 9 naturalized plants were also included. The use by usage of 261 taxa was: 378 times; Edible, 53 times; Medicinal, 8 times; Dye, 7 times; Ornamental, 6 times; Fuel, 5 times; Spice, 3 times; Aroma, 2 times; Nectar, 41 times; Others, respectively, so the edible use is the highest. The most useful part was the leaf, followed by whole plant and root. The consistency comparison between the scientific name and the local name were the highest in the 20's and the lowest in 80's.

Keywords

Gangwon-do;Folk plants;Useful part;Scientific name;Local name

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Acknowledgement

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