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Quercus is considered economically and ecologically one of the most important genera in the Northern Hemisphere. Oaks are taxonomically perplexing because of shared interspecific morphological traits and intraspecific morphological variation, which are mainly attributed to hybridization. Universal plastid markers cannot provide a sufficient number of(More)
Rehmannia is a non-parasitic genus in Orobanchaceae including six species mainly distributed in central and north China. Its phylogenetic position and infrageneric relationships remain uncertain due to potential hybridization and polyploidization. In this study, we sequenced and compared the complete chloroplast genomes of six Rehmannia species using(More)
Lepidium meyenii (Maca), is an important medical plant, only located in a rather restricted ecological zone in the Andes at a high altitude. Here, the complete chloroplast (cp) genome of L. meyenii (Brassicaceae) was assembled based on the Illumina sequencing reads. The complete cp genome of L. meyenii was 154,624 bp in length and contained two short(More)
Quercus tungmaiensis is an endemic species to SE Tibet. The complete plastid genome of Q. tungmaiensis was generated by Illumina pair-end sequencing in the current study. The whole plastome had a length of 160,702 bp, consisting of two copies of inverted repeat regions (25,825 bp), a large single copy (LSC) region (90,113 bp) and a small single copy (SSC)(More)
Quercus tarokoensis is an endemic species to Taiwan, China. The complete plastid genome of Q. tarokoensis was assembled from Illumina pair-end sequence reads. The whole plastome was 161,355 bp in length and presented a quadripartite structure consisting of two copies of inverted repeat (IR) regions (25,860) separated by a large single copy region (90,602(More)
Gynostemma compressum is an endemic herbaceous species distributed in northwestern China. Here, we report the complete chloroplast (cp) genome sequence of G. compressum using Illumina pair-end sequencing. The circular complete cp genome of G. compressum was 157,959 bp in length and contained a large single copy region (86,809 bp), a small single copy region(More)
Cardamine macrophylla is a perennial herb with short-lived seeds. Here, the complete chloroplast genome (plastome) of C.macrophylla was obtained by Illumina sequencing technology. The plastome is 155,393 bp in length, including a large single copy (LSC) region of 84,492 bp, a small single copy (SSC) region of 17,957 bp and a pair of inverted repeats (IRs)(More)
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