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The re-sequencing and re-assembly of complete chloroplast genome of Melastoma dodecandrum (Melastomataceae) from Fujian, China

Authors: Hao, Yang and Wen, Zhenying and Chen, Bin and Han, Wenchao and Liu, Zhongjian and Peng, Donghui

The plant genus Melastoma of the family Melastomataceae is comprised of nine species and one var- iety in China. Melastoma dodecandrum is the only creeping species of this genus. Previous study has reported the complete chloroplast genome of M. dodecandrum from Guangzhou, China, but there may be some differences between plant populations from different regions. Herein, we reported the com- plete chloroplast genome of M. dodecandrum from Fuzhou, China, which was assembled from Pacbio and whole genome data was sequenced. The sequence has a circular molecular length of 156,598bp and contained 129 genes. Phylogenetic analysis indicated that M. dodecandrum was closely related to M. candidum in Melastomataceae. The study aims to provide insights for the future studies on the dif- ferences in molecular evolution level between plant populations of M. dodecandrum and taxonomy of Melastoma.

Journal: Mitochondrial DNA Part B
DOI: 10.1080/23802359.2019.1624640
Year: 2019

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