Champereia manillana (Bl.) Merr. is a vulnerable plant from the family Opiliaceae. The complete chloroplast genome (plastome) of Opiliaceae family was sequenced for the first time. The plastome of C. manillana was 147,461 bp in length. It was consisted of a large single copy (LSC) region (83,505 bp) and a small single copy (SSC) region (7,806 bp), which were separated by two inverted repeats (IRs, 28,075 bp). This plastome contained 101 different genes, including 67 protein-coding genes (PCGs), 30 tRNA genes and four rRNA genes. The overall GC content was 37.4%. Furthermore, phylogenetics analysis of 4 species in the Santalales was also conducted. The whole chloroplast genome of this species will be useful for the future plant evolutionary, phylogeny and genomic studies in the family Opiliaceae.
Conservation Genetics Resources – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 14, 2017
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