The complete chloroplast genome of traditional medicinal plant Stellera chamaejasme L. (Thymelaeaceae)

Mitochondrial DNA Part B, Resources
Narae Yun, Jongsun Park, Sang-Hun Oh*
Stellera chamaejasme is a toxic perennial herb found in open and dry places in East Asia and has the potential for new drugs for anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and cutaneous wound-healing purposes. Here, we present the complete chloroplast genome of S. chamaejasme. Its length is 173,381 bp and has four subregions; 86,769 bp of large-single-copy and 2,858 bp of small-single-copy regions are separated by 41,877 bp of inverted repeat regions, including 135 genes (89 protein-coding genes, 8 rRNAs, and 38 tRNAs). Phylogenetic trees show that S. chamaejasme is a sister to Daphne kiusiana, supporting morphological affinity of the two species.

Genbank accessions

Genbank accessions
No Name Description Link
1 MK681211 Stellera chamaejasme chloroplast genome Go to NCBI
Copyright @ 2019 - 2020 InfoBoss. Inc
670, Seolleung-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Current version :1.0.5 (Lastupdate : 2020-06-03 15:07:12)