DOI: 10.1101/458000Nov 1, 2018Paper

The complete plastid genomes of four species from Brassicales

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Weixue MuXin Liu

Abstract

Brassicales is a diverse angiosperm order with about 4,700 recognized species. Here, we assembled and described the complete plastid genomes from four species of Brassicales: Capparis urophylla F.Chun (Capparaceae), Carica papaya L. (Caricaceae), Cleome rutidosperma DC. (Cleomaceae), and Moringa oleifera Lam. (Moringaceae), including two plastid genomes newly assembled for two families (Capparaceae and Moringaceae). The four plastid genomes are 159,680 base pairs on average in length and encode 78 protein-coding genes. The genomes each contains a typical structure of a Large Single-Copy (LSC) region and a Small Single-Copy (SSC) region separated by two Inverted Repeat (IR) regions. We performed the maximum-likelihood (ML) phylogenetic analysis using three different data sets of 66 protein-coding genes (ntAll, ntNo3rd and AA). Our phylogenetic results from different dataset are congruent, and are consistent with previous phylogenetic studies of Brassiales.

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