Characterization of the complete mitochondrial genome of a stonefly species, Kamimuria klapaleki (Plecoptera: Pelidae)

  title={Characterization of the complete mitochondrial genome of a stonefly species, Kamimuria klapaleki (Plecoptera: Pelidae)},
  author={Jiajia Chen and Jinjun Cao and Weihai Li and Ying Wang},
  journal={Mitochondrial DNA. Part B, Resources},
  pages={3416 - 3417}
  • Jiajia Chen, Jinjun Cao, +1 author Ying Wang
  • Published 2019
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Mitochondrial DNA. Part B, Resources
Abstract We have sequenced and analyzed complete mitochondrial genome (mitogenomes) of the Kamimuria klapaleki, the third mitochondrial genome in the genus Kamimuria, which belongs to the family Pelidae in this paper. The mitogenome of K. klapaleki is circular with the length of 16,077 bp, which possessed 37 genes and a control region like other stonefly. The A + T content of the whole mitogenome was 67.1%. All PCGs were 11,217 bp in length, accounting for 65.3% of the content of A + T. The A… Expand
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