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A novel model of double replications and random loss accounts for rearrangements in the Mitogenome of Samariscus latus (Teleostei: Pleuronectiformes)
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A “Double Replications and Random Loss” model is proposed to explain the rearrangement events in S. latus mitogenome and it is proposed that one of each pair of duplicated genes was lost in a random event.
Complete mitogenome sequences of four flatfishes (Pleuronectiformes) reveal a novel gene arrangement of L-strand coding genes
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The complete mitochondrial genomes of four flatfishes were determined and special features are used to suggest a mechanism for C. azureus mitogenome rearrangement, where a dimeric molecule was formed by two monomers linked head-to-tail, then one of the two sets of promoters lost function and the genes controlled by the disabled promoters became pseudogenes, non-coding sequences, and even were lost from the genome.
Complete mitochondrial DNA sequence of oyster Crassostrea hongkongensis-a case of "Tandem duplication-random loss" for genome rearrangement in Crassostrea?
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The determination of the complete mitochondrial DNA sequence of C. hongkongensis has yielded useful insight into features of gene order, variation, and evolution of Crassostrea and bivalve mt-genomes, inspiring more research to gain understanding to mechanisms underlying gene and genome evolution in bivalves and mollusks.
Flatfish monophyly refereed by the relationship of Psettodes in Carangimorphariae
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An evolutionary explanation for the difficulty in determining the phylogenetic position of Psettodes is proposed, which suggests that over a short period in the early Paleocene, a series of important evolutionary events occurred in carangimorphs.
Genetic diversity and historical demography of Chinese shrimp Feneropenaeus chinensis in Yellow Sea and Bohai Sea based on mitochondrial DNA analysis
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Results indicated that F. chinensis in the Yellow Sea and Bohai Sea might have undergone a genetic bottleneck or founder event during the late Pleistocene globle glacial period.
Tandem Duplication and Random Loss for mitogenome rearrangement in Symphurus (Teleost: Pleuronectiformes)
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The positions of the intergenic spacers and the rearranged genes of the S. orientalis mitogenomes strongly indicate that the mechanism underlying the rearrangement of this mitogenome was Tandem Duplication and Random Loss.
Control region translocation and a tRNA gene inversion in the mitogenome of Paraplagusia japonica (Pleuronectiformes: Cynoglossidae)
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The mitogenome ofaraplagusia japonica (Cynoglossidae, Soleoidei) is reported for the first time, and the gene order has been reorganized, with the first report of the rare ATT as an initiation codon for ND3 and the ATP6 and ND5 are unusually shorter or longer than those in other flatfish.
Comparative mitogenomic analyses of three scallops (Bivalvia: Pectinidae) reveal high level variation of genomic organization and a diversity of transfer RNA gene sets
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Comparative mitogenomic analyses among three species from the subfamily Chlamydinae show that the three genomes exhibit a high level of genomic variation and a diversity of tRNA gene sets, characterized by extensive translocation of genes.
IDENTIFICATION OF SEVEN CRASSOSTREA OYSTERS FROM THE SOUTH CHINA SEA USING PCR - RFLP ANALYSIS
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A PCR-RFLP assay of two mitochondrial and one nuclear gene fragment for the identification of seven Crassostrea oysters from the South China Sea can be reliably applied to identify all seven oyster species.
Mitochondrial DNA sequence variation of Japanese anchovy Engraulis japonicus from the Yellow Sea and East China Sea
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Mixing of stocks to some extent in migration cycle and dispersal capacity of anchovy’s planktonic larvae could be the reasons for genetic homogeneity in this species in the Yellow Sea and East China Sea.
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