Tianjing Wang

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Populus rotundifolia, which is an endemic of the Himilayas and adjacent regions, is the species that occupy the highest habitat in the Populus genus. In this study, we assembled its complete chloroplast genome. The total genome size of P. rotundifolia is 155,373 bp in length, containing a large single-copy region of 84,603 bp, a small single-copy region of(More)
We report the complete chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) of Populus qiongdaoensis T. Hong et P. Luo, which is an endangered tree species, by employing next-generation sequencing reads and de novo assembly. The chloroplast genome of P. qiongdaoensis is 1,56,074 bp in length, with 36.70 % GC content. It contains a pair of inverted repeats (27,548 bp) which were(More)
The complete chloroplast genome of Sinadoxa corydalifolia is determined in this study. This is the first study to report the complete chloroplast genome for the family Adoxaceae. The estimated size of the S. corydalifolia plastome is 157,074 bp. This circular molecule has a typical quadripartite structure containing a large single copy region (LSC) of(More)
In this study, the whole chloroplast genome of Oxyria sinensis is determined by using re-sequencing reads and de novo assembly. The genome size of O. sinensis is 160,404 bp in length. The genome comprises a large single copy region of 83.5 K bp and a small single copy region of 12.8 K bp, which were separated by a pair of 30,885 bp inverted repeat regions.(More)
Przewalskia tangutica Maxim., an endangered medicinal species, is endemic to the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau of China. In this study, we sequenced and characterized the chloroplast genome of P. tangutica for the first time. The P. tangutica chloroplast genome is 155,569 bp in length, exhibits a typical quadripartite structural organization, consisting of a LSC(More)
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