The complete mitochondrial genome of an Antarctic moss Syntrichia filaris (Mull.Hal.) R.H. Zander
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- The complete mitochondrial genome of an Antarctic moss Syntrichia filaris (Mull.Hal.) R.H. Zander
- Yoon, Young-Jun
Kim, Ji Hee
- Genetics & Heredity
- Antarctic moss; Mitochondrial genome; Syntrichia filaris
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- Yoon, Young-Jun., et al. 2015. The complete mitochondrial genome of an Antarctic moss Syntrichia filaris (Mull.Hal.) R.H. Zander. Mitochondrial DNA Part A, 27(4): 2779？2780.
- The mitogenome of the Syntrichia filaris (GenBank accession number KP984758) has a total
length of 106,343 bp and consists of 40 protein-coding genes, 3 ribosomal RNA (rRNA) and 24
transfer RNA. The mitochondrial structure and gene order was similar to other Bryophytes.
Phylogenetic tree based on the combined analysis of amino acid sequences of 31
mitochondrial genes common in S. filaris, 17 Bryophyta and 3 Marchantiophyta, was well
congruent with traditional species relationship of the moss order Pottiales.
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