The complete chloroplast genomes of Adenolobus garipensis and Cercis glabra (Cercidoideae, Fabaceae)
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The complete chloroplast genomes (plastomes) of Adenolobus garipensis (E. Mey.) Torre & Hillc. and Cercis glabra Pampanini (Cercidoideae, Fabaceae) were reported in this study. The plastomes of the two species were 151,705 and 159,181 bp in length, respectively. The plastomes of both species presented quadripartite structure and comprised 111 unique genes including 77 protein-coding genes, 30 tRNAs and 4 rRNAs. The overall GC content were 36.9 and 36.2%, respectively. The phylogenetic analysis based on plastomes resolved Cercidoideae as the basal lineage in Fabaceae phylogeny. The complete plastomes of A. garipensis and C. glabra will provide a valuable basis for further study on genetic diversification, evolution and conservation of Cercidoideae.
KeywordsPlastome Adenolobus garipensis Cercis glabra Cercidoideae Fabaceae Phylogenetic relationship
We appreciate funding by the grant from the Talent Project of Yunnan Province (No. 2011CI042), and permission to collect samples from Kunming Botanic Garden and Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden.
This study was funded by grant from the Talent Project of Yunnan Province (No. 2011CI042).
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The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.
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