Journal of Ocean University of China

, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp 187–192 | Cite as

The complete sequence of mitochondrial COII gene of Fenneropenaeus chinensis and its applicability as a marker for phylogenetic analysis

  • Yu Shanshan 
  • Kong Xiaoyu 
  • Li Yulong 
  • Xu Hui 
Article

Abstract

The complete mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase subunit II (COII) gene of Penaeinae shrimp Fenneropenaeus chinensis was cloned and sequenced. The gene is 688 bp in length and codes for 229 amino acids. It shows 83.2%, 87.0% and 83.8% sequence similarity to Marsupenaeus japonicus, Penaeus monodon and Farfantepenaeus notialis, respectively. The A+T content of the whole gene and that at the third position of codons are 64.7% and 78.2%, respectively. The phylogenetic relationship between F. chinensis and three other species representing genera Farfanatepenaeus, Marsupenaeus and Penaeus was analyzed. Results showed that the genetic distances among the four taxa ranged from 0.144 0 to 0.200 5, exceeding those estimated with COI and partial 16S rRNA gene sequences among Marsupenaeus, Litopenaeus and Melicertus, and being therefore larger than the value among subgenera. It has been suggested that the COII gene has a faster evolutionary rate than that of the COI gene and partial 16S rRNA gene and could be used for phylogenetic analysis at genus or species level. The results of the present study indicated that Farfantepenaeus, Fenneropenaeus, Marsupenaeus and Penaeus are at a higher phylogenetic level than subgenus, which supports the opinion of the elevation of phylogenetic status of the four subgenera to genus level.

Key words

Fenneropenaeus chinensis COII gene phylogenetic analysis 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Yu Shanshan 
    • 1
  • Kong Xiaoyu 
    • 1
  • Li Yulong 
    • 1
  • Xu Hui 
    • 1
  1. 1.Key Laboratory of Mariculture of Ministry of EducationOcean University of ChinaQingdaoP. R. China

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