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The complete mitochondrial genome sequences of the Subantarctic talitrid species, Transorchestia chiliensis and the South Korean talitrid species, Trinorchestia longiramus (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Talit

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Title
The complete mitochondrial genome sequences of the Subantarctic talitrid species, Transorchestia chiliensis and the South Korean talitrid species, Trinorchestia longiramus (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Talit
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The complete mitochondrial genome sequences of the Subantarctic talitrid species, Transorchestia chiliensis and the South Korean talitrid species, Trinorchestia longiramus (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Talit
Authors
Kim, Sanghee
Baek, Ye-Seul
Choi, Han-Gu
Gi-Sik Min
Keywords
Talitrida; Transorchestia chiliensis; Trinorchestia longiramus; mitochondrial genome
Issue Date
2012
Citation
Kim, Sanghee, et al. 2012. The complete mitochondrial genome sequences of the Subantarctic talitrid species, Transorchestia chiliensis and the South Korean talitrid species, Trinorchestia longiramus (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Talit. Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research. Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research. 2012.08.09~.
Abstract
The talitrid amphipods are common in sand beaches, estuarine marshes, shores of lakes and rivers around the world. They are detritivores and preys for birds and other animals, and play an important role in the food chain of ecosystem. Despite of their significance and vast diversity, no complete mitochondrial genome data have been available so far. Mitochondrial genomes contain the most informative sequences and gene arrangement for deeper phylogenetic analyses and they reflect evolutionary relationships and biogeography in the metazonas. In the present study, we describe the mitochondrial genome (mitogenome) sequences of two talitrid species; Transorchestia chiliensis and Trinorchestia longiramus. T. chiliensis was collected in the subantarctic area and T. longiramus was collected from the east coastal area in Korea. To analyze the mitogenome of the talitrids, we obtained the sequences of CO1, 12S, 16S, CO3 and Cytb in each talitrid using universal primers published or newly designed in our group and then, amplified the complete mitogenome of using long-PCR and genome walking techniques. As it has been reported that some species in extreme environment show unusual mt genome composition and structure, we attempted to compare mitochondrial genome features of two species inhabiting in the Subantarctic or South Korea. Also, we attempted to solve the ordinal relationships of Amphipoda in Classespite of their significance and vast diversity, no complete mitochondrial genome data have been available so far. Mitochondrial genomes contain the most informative sequences and gene arrangement for deeper phylogenetic analyses and they reflect evolutionary relationships and biogeography in the metazonas. In the present study, we describe the mitochondrial genome (mitogenome) sequences of two talitrid species; Transorchestia chiliensis and Trinorchestia longiramus. T. chiliensis was collected in the subantarctic area and T. longiramus was c
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http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/8415
Conference Name
Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research
Conference Place
Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research
Conference Date
2012.08.09~
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