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한국의 대표 곰팡이 100종과 한국명

One Hundred Representative Fungi in Korea and Their Korean Names

한국균학회지 2020년 48권 3호 p.355 ~ 367
최효원, 임영운, 김명동, 김자영, 김창무, 김창선, 도윤수, 백창기, Sang Hyun-Kyu, 신우창, 이승렬, 정다운, 정희영, 최영준, 최인영, 한재구, 홍승범,
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최효원 ( Choi Hyo-Won ) - National Institute of Agricultural Sciences Crop Protection Division
임영운 ( Lim Young-Woon ) - Seoul National University School of Biological Sciences
김명동 ( Kim Myoung-Dong ) - Kangwon National University Department of Food Science and Biotechnology
김자영 ( Kim Ja-Young ) - Catholic Kwandong University College of Medicine International St. Mary’s Hospital Department of Laboratory Medicine
김창무 ( Kim Chang-Mu ) - National Institute of Biological Resources Microorganisms Resources Division
김창선 ( Kim Chang-Sun ) - Korea National Arboretum Forest Biodiversity Division
도윤수 ( Do Yun-Su ) - Rural Development Administration Program Plannin
백창기 ( Back Chang-Gi ) - National Institute of Horticultural and Herbal Science Horticultural and Herbal Crop Environment Division
 ( Sang Hyun-Kyu ) - Chonnam National University Department of Integrative Food, Bioscience and Biotechnology
신우창 ( Shin Woo-Chang ) - Kooksoondang Research Institute
이승렬 ( Lee Seung-Yeol ) - Kyungpook National University School of Applied Biosciences
정다운 ( Chung Da-Woon ) - National Marine Biodiversity Institute of Korea Department of Genetic Resources Research
정희영 ( Jung Hee-Young ) - Kyungpook National University School of Applied Biosciences
최영준 ( Choi Young-Joon ) - Kunsan National University Department of Biology
최인영 ( Choi In-Young ) - Jeonbuk National University Department of Agricultural Biology
한재구 ( Han Jae-Gu ) - National Institute of Horticultural and Herbal Science Mushroom Science Division
홍승범 ( Hong Seung-Beom ) - National Institute of Agricultural Sciences Agricultural Microbiology Division

Abstract


One hundred representative species of fungi in Korea were selected and their Korean names were proposed to increase interest in fungi among Korean people. This task was performed under the supervision of the Committee of Mycological Terms, under the Korean Society of Mycology. First, the committee established the criteria for selecting 100 representative species of fungi in Korea and then selected the candidate fungal species accordingly. To ensure the uniformity and stability of Korean fungal names, the principle of naming fungi in Korean was established, and the candidate Korean fungal names were presented accordingly.
Finally, the candidate Korean fungal names were posted online to collect opinions of the members of the Korean Society of Mycology. The candidate Korean names of the plant pathogenic fungi and mushrooms were reviewed by the Korean Society of Plant Pathology and the Korean Society of Mushroom Science, respectively. After their opinions were considered, the Korean names for 100 representative fungi in Korea were finally determined.
The 100 fungi comprised 41 common molds and yeasts, 28 plant pathogenic fungi, and 31 mushrooms.

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Korean names of fungi; mold; mushroom; plant pathogenic fungi; Representative fungi

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