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Publication Type J
Authors Kim, Y., H. Xi and J. Park
Title The complete chloroplast genome of Limonium tetragonum (Plumbaginaceae) isolated in Korea
Source Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy
Language English
Author Keywords Limonium tetragonum chloroplast genome phylogenetic analysis intraspecific variation Plumbaginaceae sequence alignment liver Plant Sciences
Abstract The chloroplast genome of Limonium tetragonum (Thunb.) Bullock, a halophytic species, was sequenced to understand genetic differences based on its geographical distribution. The cp genome of L. tetragonum was 154,689 bp long (GC ratio is 37.0%) and has four subregions: 84,572 bp of large single-copy (35.3%) and 12,813 bp of small singlecopy (31.5%) regions were separated by 28,562 bp of inverted repeat (40.9%) regions. It contained 128 genes (83 proteincoding genes, eight rRNAs, and 37 tRNAs). Thirty-five single-nucleotide polymorphisms and 33 INDEL regions (88 bp in length) were identified. Maximum-likelihood and Bayesian inference phylogenetic trees showed that L. tetragonum formed a sister group with L. aureum, which is incongruent with certain previous studies, including a phylogenetic analysis.
Author Address [Kim, Yongsung] Honam Natl Inst Biol Resources, Mokpo 58762, South Korea. [Xi, Hong; Park, Jongsun] InfoBoss Inc, Seoul 06278, South Korea. [Xi, Hong; Park, Jongsun] InfoBoss Res Ctr, Seoul 06278, South Korea. Park, J (corresponding author), InfoBoss Inc, Seoul 06278, South Korea.; Park, J (corresponding author), InfoBoss Res Ctr, Seoul 06278, South Korea. starflr@infoboss.co.kr
ISSN 1225-8318
ISBN 1225-8318
29-Character Source Abbreviation Korean J. Plant Taxon.
Publication Date Sep
Year Published 2021
Volume 51
Issue 3
Beginning Page 337-344
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.11110/kjpt.2021.51.3.337
Unique Article Identifier WOS:000705544800011

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