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조선왕조실록 갈피에서 발견된 잎 조각의 실체 및 천궁의 식물학적 기원
Taxonomic identity of leaf fragments jfound in the annals of the Joseon Dynasty and botanical origin of a herbal medicine 'Cheongung'

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Issue Date
2016-03
Publisher
한국생약학회
Citation
생약학회지 Vol.47 No.2, pp. 128-136
Keywords
조선왕조실록 갈피에서 발견된 잎 조각의 실체 및 천궁의 식물학적 기원의약학
Abstract
Tiny leaf fragments were found in the Annals of the Joseon Dynasty, which were compiled about 500 years ago. The records describing the detailed process of compiling the Annals indicate that silk bags packed with the powders of 'Cheongung' and 'Changpo', which have been used as traditional herbal medicines in the northeast Asian countries such as China and Japan as well as Korea, were put in the wooden storage boxes together with the volumes of the Annals. However, there is no record that parts of plants were used in the process of compiling the Annals. The botanical origin of leaf fragments was identified as Ligusticum sinense "Chuanxiong' by the analysis of trnK of chloroplast DNA as well as the examination of leaf surface with SEM. The comparative analysis of trnK sequences showed that the choloroplast DNA haplotype of 'To-cheongung', a triploid species cultivated in Korea, was identical with Cnidium officinale, but different from L. sinense "Chuanxiong'. The molecular results provide a new suggestion on the botanical origin of crude drugs used as 'Cheongung', which has been disputed in Korea.
ISSN
02533073
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/139025
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