Xinyi Guo

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The whole chloroplast (cp) genome sequence of Idesia polycarpa has been characterized from Illumina pair-end sequencing. The complete cp genome was 157,017 bp in length, containing a large single copy region (LSC) of 84,787 bp and a small single copy region (SSC) of 16,512 bp, which were separated by a pair of 27,859 bp inverted repeat regions (IRs). The(More)
The complete chloroplast genomes from two sister species of Pugionium Gaertn are determined in this study. The genome sizes were 155,002 bp (Pugionium dolabratum) and 154,992 bp (Pugionium cornutum). Both genomes containing a large single copy region of 84 k bp and a small single copy region of 18 k bp, which were separated by a pair of 26,761 bp inverted(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)
Sinalliaria is a new small genus of Brassicaceae with only two species (S. grandifolia and S. limprichtiana) endemic in eastern China. Because of their limited distribution, identifying the species and sources of S. grandifolia and S. limprichtiana are important for biodiversity conservation and ecological preservation. The chloroplast genome sizes of(More)
The Tibetan antelope (chiru, Pantholops hodgsoni) is one of the most endangered mammals native to the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. The population size has rapidly declined over the last century due to illegal hunting and habitat damage. In the past 10 years, the population has reportedly been expanding due to conservation efforts. Several lines of evidence(More)
Chromobox-helicase DNA-binding gene (CHD1) is the most reliable gene for sex identification in birds. However, the CHD1 fragments of some species are difficult to amplify. In this study, we designed a new primer set (IntP2/IntP8) that targets a conserved region of CHD1 gene. Firstly, we tested this protocol in Oriental skylark (Alauda gulgula). PCR(More)
—Recently, we have proposed a handwriting Chinese character database HIT-OR3C. Though it has been introduced in detail, to date, it has not been evaluated by any handwriting recognition method. To help the researchers use this database for algorithm evaluation, we propose the structure of HIT-OR3C database. Moreover, we evaluate the OR3C database with a(More)
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