The complete chloroplast genome of Dipteronia sinensis (Aceraceae), an endangered endemic species to China

Mitochondrial DNA. Part A. DNA Mapping, Sequencing, and Analysis
Tao ZhouGui-Fang Zhao


The complete chloroplast sequence of D. sinensis was reported in this study. The total length was 157 080 bp containing a pair of 26 766 bp inverted repeat regions (IRa and IRb), which were separated by a small single copy regions and a large single copy regions (SSC and LSC) of 18 093 and 85 455 bp, respectively. A total of 138 functional genes were annotated, which included 90 protein-coding genes, 40 tRNAs, and eight rRNA genes. The overall GC content of the complete chloroplast genome is 37.8% and in LSC, SSC and IR regions were 35.9%, 32.1%, and 42.7%, respectively. The maximum likelihood (ML) phylogenetic analysis revealed that D. sinensis was closely related to A. buergerianum subsp. Ningpoense in Sapindales order.


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