Insight into infrageneric circumscription through complete chloroplast genome sequences of two Trillium species.

@article{Kim2016InsightII,
  title={Insight into infrageneric circumscription through complete chloroplast genome sequences of two Trillium species.},
  author={Sang-Chul Kim and Jung Sung Kim and Jong Gyun Kim},
  journal={AoB PLANTS},
  year={2016},
  volume={8}
}
Genomic events including gene loss, duplication, pseudogenization and rearrangement in plant genomes are valuable sources for exploring and understanding the process of evolution in angiosperms. The family Melanthiaceae is distributed in temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere and divided into five tribes (Heloniadeae, Chionographideae, Xerophylleae, Melanthieae and Parideae) based on the molecular phylogenetic analyses. At present, complete chloroplast genomes of the Melanthiaceae have… CONTINUE READING
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