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PubMed | c Phyzen Genomics Institute, Kyungpook National University, Sahmyook University and Seoul National University
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Mitochondrial DNA. Part A, DNA mapping, sequencing, and analysis | Year: 2016

Lilium distichum is a native lily species in Korea, northeastern China and far eastern Russia. The complete chloroplast genome sequence of L. distichum was generated by de novo assembly using whole genome next generation sequences. The chloroplast genome of L. distichum was 152598bp in length and divided into four distinct regions, such as large single copy region (82031bp), small single copy region (17487bp) and a pair of inverted repeat regions (26540bp). The genome annotation predicted a total of 112 genes, including 78 protein-coding genes, 30 tRNA genes,and 4 rRNA genes. Phylogenetic analysis with the reported chloroplast genomes revealed that L. distichum is most closely related to L. superbum (Turks-cap lily).


PubMed | c Phyzen Genomics Institute, Hallym University and Seoul National University
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Mitochondrial DNA. Part A, DNA mapping, sequencing, and analysis | Year: 2015

Wisteria floribunda and Wisteria sinensis are ornamental woody vines in the Fabaceae. The complete chloroplast genome sequences of the two species were generated by de novo assembly using whole genome next generation sequences. The chloroplast genomes of W. floribunda and W. sinensis were 130 960bp and 130 561bp long, respectively, and showed inverted repeat (IR)-lacking structures as those reported in IRLC in the Fabaceae. The chloroplast genomes of both species contained same number of protein-coding sequences (77), tRNA genes (30), and rRNA genes (4). The phylogenetic analysis with the reported chloroplast genomes confirmed close taxonomical relationship of W. floribunda and W. sinensis.

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