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Plant Regeneration from Seed-Derived Callus in Perennial Ryegrass (Perennial ryegrass의 종자유래 캘러스로부터 식물체 재분화)

  • 원성혜;이병현;조진기
    • Journal of The Korean Society of Grassland and Forage Science
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    • v.20 no.1
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    • pp.19-24
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    • 2000
  • This study was camed out in order to establish plant regeneration via seed-derived callus of perennialryegrass.Varietal difference in callus growth and plant regeneration was obvious between two cultivars of perennialryegrass. "Reveille" showed a relatively high capacity for plant regeneration. The MS medium was superiorto SH or Bj in callus formation and plant regeneration. The highest regeneration frequency (60%) from calluswas obtained in presence of 5 mg/ l 2,4-D and 1 mg/ t kinetin. Regeneration response varied among calluscultures initiated from the same cultivar. Regeneration frequency was the most effective in 6 weeks-old calliafter initiation and lost their regeneration capacity gradually over a period of 12 weeks.(Key words : Perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.), Plant regeneration)e L.), Plant regeneration)

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The Role of Public Developer in Urban Regeneration Projects

  • Lee, Sam-Su;Jeong, Kwang-Jin
    • LHI Journal of Land, Housing, and Urban Affairs
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    • v.8 no.2
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    • pp.59-71
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    • 2017
  • With the passing of Special Act on Promotion and Support for Urban Regeneration (will be hereafter referred to as the Urban Regeneration Special Act) in December 2013, urban regeneration projects have begun in full scale. 13 regions including Jongno District, Seoul were selected as the urban regeneration leading area in 2014 and 33 regions as urban regeneration general regions in 2015 to push ahead a nationwide urban regeneration front supported by government funds. However, it is not clear if these urban regeneration projects will be revitalized by the sole means of government's financial support. Above all, cooperation among all interested parties including the central government that is propelling urban regeneration, local governments, state corporations, private entities, and citizens is urgent. In an urban regeneration project, delegation between state and private entities is absolutely crucial. The central government and the pertinent local government must provide their support by forming new policies and repairing old institutions that are right for urban regeneration, securing the necessary subsidy, and outsourcing government-owned land development. A state corporation must play its part in every aspect that requires public character such as an overall project management of an urban regeneration project, cooperation with the local government, and infrastructure installation. The private stakeholder must share his private capital and know-hows as a construction investor and a development businessman to make possible a successful urban regeneration project. In order for these public and private entities to cooperate with one another, it is necessary to reestablish the role of a public developer and contemplate running an urban regeneration project that permeates public character through a public developer.

UK Urban Regeneration Policy for Comprtitiveness: A Government Perspective

  • Thorpe, Keith
    • LHI Journal of Land, Housing, and Urban Affairs
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    • v.8 no.2
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    • pp.33-53
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    • 2017
  • The UK Government's approach to how to deliver regeneration in its towns and cities has changed considerably in recent years. Traditionally, urban regeneration policy focused on reversing physical, economic and social decline in an area where market forces would not do this without intervention. Since 2010 urban regeneration has become a vital part of the Government's approach to increasing local growth and competitiveness and building a strong and balanced economy. The current emphasis is on a place-based approach to regeneration that builds on the particular strengths of different places to drive growth and addresses the factors that hold them back. This paper outlines the key features of current UK urban regeneration policy and how interventions to support regeneration and growth are being pursued at different spatial scales to ensure all parts of the country benefit. They include pan regional initiatives like the Northern Powerhouse and Midlands Way, to groups of local authorities operating at a sub regional level (combined authorities/city regions), Local Enterprise Partnerships, and a variety of smaller scale programmes delivering regeneration in areas of economic and social decline. The paper explains some of the policy instruments and funding programmes available to support regeneration, and provides case studies of some major urban regeneration projects that illustrate the new approach including housing and infrastructure improvements like the planned High Speed Rail 2 line. These are supporting regeneration through the creation of strategic partnerships involving government, places and investors. The paper concludes with some lessons from past and future regeneration schemes to improve their effectiveness and impact on places and enhance local growth potential.

Development of Regeneration Inverter using 3-Level Inverter (3레벨 인버터를 이용한 직류전력 회생인버터 개발)

  • 김상균;박채운;최종묵
    • Proceedings of the KSR Conference
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    • pp.1007-1012
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    • 2002
  • In this paper, a regeneration inverter is proposed using 3-level inverter. Electric regeneration means regeneration brake in electric railway vehicles. Induction motors, generally used with railway vehicles, convert the electric energy to the movement energy when vehicle is running. When the vehicle stop, the induction motor convert the movement energy to the electric energy. Usually, this energy is used with another running vehicle in the same section. If there is no vehicle around when the regeneration is occurred, regeneration energy is consumed by heat energy with resistors. The proposed inverter is capable of reuse this regeneration energy in another place.

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