April 21, 2020  |  

Chloroplast genome of Dalbergia cochinchinensis (Fabaceae), a rare and Endangered rosewood species in Southeast Asia

Authors: Xu, Da-Ping and Xu, Shan-Shan and Zhang, Ning-Nan and Yang, Zeng-Jiang and Hong, Zhou

Dalbergia cochinchinensis is an tree species in Southeast Asia, its wood and wood products are incred- ibly valuable and are also of important medicinal value. In this study, its chloroplast genome was char- acterized using next generation Illumina pair-end and Pacbio sequencing dataset. The whole genome was 156,576bp in length and contains a pair of 25,682bp inverted repeat regions, which were sepa- rated by a large single copy region and a small single copy region of 85,886 and 19,326bp in length, respectively. The cp genome contained 111 genes, including 77 protein-coding genes, 30 tRNAs and 4 rRNAs. A neighbor-joining phylogenetic analysis suggested D. cochinchinensis, which belonged to Dalbergieae, Fabaceae.

Journal: Mitochondrial DNA Part B
DOI: 10.1080/23802359.2019.1591190
Year: 2019

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