The complete chloroplast genome of <i>Rhododendron shanii</i> W.P. Fang (Ericaceae), a endemic plant from the Southern Dabie Mountains of China release_n7zwod5qvfaqnayz2co6bdpnka

by Huan-Xi Yu, Wang-Gu Xu, Jian-Liang Zhang, Ying-Ying Lv, Peng Chen, Bao-Kun Xu, Chang Qu, Zhi Wang

Published in Mitochondrial DNA Part B: Resources by Informa UK Limited.

2022   Volume 7, Issue 10, p1787-1788


Rhododendron shanii W.P. Fang 1983 (Ericaceae) is woody plant naturally distributed in the southwest of Anhui, China. The complete chloroplast genome sequence of R. shanii was generated by whole-genome next-generation sequencing data and assembled based on three Rhododendron species chloroplast genome. The complete chloroplast genome sequence of R. shanii was 204,170 bp and divided into four distinct regions: small single-copy region (2615 bp), large single-copy region (107,189 bp), and a pair of inverted repeat regions (47,183 bp). The genome annotation displayed 150 genes, including 95 protein-coding genes, 47 tRNA genes, and eight rRNA genes. Phylogenetic analysis with the Ericaceae reported chloroplast genomes revealed that R. shanii is sister to the clade comprising R. delavayi, R. griersonianum and R. platypodum.
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