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First Mitochondrial Genome from Nemouridae (Plecoptera) Reveals Novel Features of the Elongated Control Region and Phylogenetic Implications
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A large tandem repeat region, five potential stem-loop (SL) structures, four tRNA-like structures and four conserved sequence blocks (CSBs) were detected in the elongated CR of Nemoura nankinensis, suggesting that Nemouridae was the sister-group of Capniidae. Expand
Comparison of the complete mitochondrial genome of the stonefly Sweltsa longistyla (Plecoptera: Chloroperlidae) with mitogenomes of three other stoneflies.
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The complete mitochondrial genome of the stonefly, Sweltsa longistyla Wu (Plecoptera: Chloroperlidae), was sequenced in this study and four conserved sequence blocks (CSBs) were present in the A+T-rich regions of all four stoneflies. Expand
Complete mitochondrial genome of Capnia zijinshana (Plecoptera: Capniidae) and phylogenetic analysis among stoneflies
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The complete mitochondrial genome of the winter stonefly, Capnia zijinshana (Plecoptera: Capniidae), was sequenced and compared with other stoneflies, and the two analyses supported the close relationship of Pteronarcyidae and Chloroperlidae, and also supported the sister-group relationship of Styloperl Families and Perlidae. Expand
Complete Mitochondrial Genome of the Citrus Spiny Whitefly Aleurocanthus spiniferus (Quaintance) (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae): Implications for the Phylogeny of Whiteflies
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The complete mitochondrial genome of the citrus spiny whitefly, Aleurocanthus spiniferus (Quaintance), a well-known pest from the superfamily Aleyrodidae, was sequenced and evolutionary characteristics were explored. Expand
The first record of a species of Perlidae from Jiangsu Province, China: a new species of Neoperla (Plecoptera: Perlidae).
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The new species is the first recorded species of Perlidae known from the eastern coastal province of Jiangsu, China and is characterized by the aedeagal sac with two C-shaped rows of large stout spines laterally, a patch of small spines, and with an apical double ear-shaped membranous lobes. Expand
The first records of Mesocapnia (Plecoptera: Capniidae) from China with description of a new species.
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Three species of the capniid genus Mesocapnia are reported from the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of China, the first records for the genus from China, extending the distribution of MesocAPnia into the Inner Mongol Aut autonomous Region. Expand
Molecular phylogeny of Systellognatha (Plecoptera: Arctoperlaria) inferred from mitochondrial genome sequences.
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The results indicated that inclusion of the third codon positions of PCGs, exclusion of rRNA genes, the use of nucleotide datasets and Bayesian inference could improve the phylogenetic reconstruction of Systellognatha. Expand
The first two mitochondrial genomes from Taeniopterygidae (Insecta: Plecoptera): Structural features and phylogenetic implications.
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The phylogenetic analyses using Bayesian inference (BI) and maximum likelihood methods (ML) generated identical results, both supporting the monophyly of all stonefly families and the two infraorders, Systellognatha and Euholognatha. Expand
The nearly complete mitochondrial genome of a stonefly species, Styloperla sp. (Plecoptera: Styloperlidae)
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Using the 13 protein-coding genes of 8 stoneflies and 3 other related species, a phylogenetic tree is constructed to verify the accuracy of the new determined mitogenome sequences and provide basic data for further study of phylogeny in Plecoptera. Expand
Comparative mitogenomic analysis of Aposthonia borneensis and Aposthonia japonica (Embioptera: Oligotomidae) reveals divergent evolution of webspinners
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The phylogenetic analyses and specific distributional features, the genus Aposthonia was supported as non-monophyly, and it is speculated that both highly rearranged and relatively conserved mitogenomes exist in other webspinners. Expand
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