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The chloroplast genome sequence of Magnolia kobus DC. (Magnoliaceae)

Mitochondrial DNA Part B, Resources
Eunji Song, Suhyeon Park, Jongsun Park, Sangtae Kim*
As an endangered species, Magnolia kobus is distributed in Jeju island in Korea with only about 500–1000 individuals. In this study, we presented a complete chloroplast genome of M. kobus which is 159,443 bp and has four sub-regions: 87,484 bp of large single copy and 18,783 bp of small single copy regions are separated by 26,588 bp of inverted repeat regions including 113 genes (79 unique genes, four rRNAs and 30 tRNAs). Phylogenetic analysis using chloroplast genomes showed that M. kobus is a sister of M. insignis and M. laevifolia clade.

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No Name Description Link
1 JX280396 Magnolia kobus chloroplast genome Go to NCBI
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