The complete chloroplast genome sequence of Dioscorea zingiberensis (Dioscoreceae)

Mitochondrial DNA. Part A. DNA Mapping, Sequencing, and Analysis
Wen ZhouZhe-Zhi Wang

Abstract

Dioscorea zingiberensis (Dioscoreceae) is an important medicinal plant endemic to China. Here, its chloroplast genome sequence is reconstructed from the whole-genome Illumina sequencing data. The circular genome is 153,970 bp in length, and comprises a pair of inverted repeat (IR) regions of 25,491 bp each, a large single-copy (LSC) region of 83,950 bp and a small single-copy (SSC) region of 19,038 bp. The chloroplast genome contains 132 genes, including 86 protein-coding genes (79 PCG species), 8 ribosomal RNA genes (four rRNA species) and 38 transfer RNA genes (30 tRNA species). Out of these genes, 10 harbor a single intron, and 7 contain a couple of introns. The overall A + T content of the whole genome is 62.8%, while the corresponding values of the LSC, SSC and IR regions are 64.9%, 68.8% and 57.0%, respectively.

Related Concepts

Introns
Phylogeny
Transfer RNA
Sequence Determinations, DNA
DNA, Chloroplast
Genome, Plant
Gene Order
Yam
Genome, Chloroplast
Genes

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