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Complete Plastid Genome of the Recent Holoparasite Lathraea squamaria Reveals Earliest Stages of Plastome Reduction in Orobanchaceae
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The plastid genome of Lathraea squamaria, a holoparasitic plant from Orobanchaceae, is reported, and it is found that in this plant the degree of plastome reduction is the least among non-photosynthetic plants. Expand
Phylogeny of flowering plants by the chloroplast genome sequences: in search of a “lucky gene”
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The RNA polymerase genes are compactly arranged in the genome and are fourfold shorter than the total length of protein coding genes used for phylogenetic analysis, which makes this group of genes main candidates for the role of “lucky gene” in studying phylogeny of flowering plants. Expand
Plastid genome of Seseli montanum: Complete sequence and comparison with plastomes of other members of the Apiaceae family
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The complete plastid (pt) DNA sequence of Seseli montanum L. of the Apiaceae family is determined using next-generation sequencing technology and reveals a LSC/IRb junction shift, which results in an enlargement of the LSC region by means of capture of a large part of ycf2, in contrast to eight ApiFamily plastomes where the complete ycf 2 gene sequence is located in the inverted repeat. Expand
Complete plastid genome of critically endangered plant Prangos trifida (Apiaceae: Apioideae)
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The phylogeny reconstruction based on the complete genome sequences of 25 Apioideae species strongly supports the placement of P. trifida as a sister to a clade of three species of the Apieae tribe. Expand
Complete plastome sequence of Paeonia lactiflora Pall. (Paeoniaceae: Saxifragales)
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Phylogenetic analysis of Paeoniaceae plastomes revealed that P. lactiflora clustered with Eurasian peonies (section Paeoniae), and was characterized by loss of the rpl32 and infA genes. Expand
Phylogenetic placement of Podolotus suggests independent origin of lomentaceous fruits in Coronilla and Hippocrepis (Leguminosae: Loteae).
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The data support the view that lomentaceous fruits evolved in Coronilla independently from all other members of Loteae that bear this fruit type, and suggest that Podolotus is closest to Coronillas. Expand
The complete plastid genome of Carmichaelia australis R. Br. (Leguminosae: Papilionoideae)
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Phylogenetic analysis of 71 protein-coding sequences of 31 plastomes showed that Carmichaelia formed a well-supported clade with Astragalus. Expand
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