Mitochondrial genomes of the stoneflies Mesonemourametafiligera and Mesonemouratritaenia (Plecoptera, Nemouridae), with a phylogenetic analysis of Nemouroidea

@article{Cao2019MitochondrialGO,
  title={Mitochondrial genomes of the stoneflies Mesonemourametafiligera and Mesonemouratritaenia (Plecoptera, Nemouridae), with a phylogenetic analysis of Nemouroidea},
  author={Jinfei Cao and Y. Wang and Yao-Rui Huang and Weihai Li},
  journal={ZooKeys},
  year={2019},
  volume={835},
  pages={43 - 63}
}
Abstract In this study, two new mitochondrial genomes (mitogenomes) of Mesonemourametafiligera and Mesonemouratritaenia from the family Nemouridae (Insecta: Plecoptera) were sequenced. The Mesonemourametafiligera mitogenome was a 15,739 bp circular DNA molecule, which was smaller than that of M.tritaenia (15,778 bp) due to differences in the size of the A+T-rich region. Results show that gene content, gene arrangement, base composition, and codon usage were highly conserved in two species. Ka… Expand
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