The complete mitochondrial genome of Aporrectodea rosea (Annelida: Lumbricidae)

@article{Shekhovtsov2019TheCM,
  title={The complete mitochondrial genome of Aporrectodea rosea (Annelida: Lumbricidae)},
  author={Sergei V. Shekhovtsov and S. E. Peltek},
  journal={Mitochondrial DNA Part B},
  year={2019},
  volume={4},
  pages={1752 - 1753}
}
AbSTRACT Aporrectodea rosea is a cosmopolitan earthworm species widespread in agricultural soils throughout the world. In this paper, we present its complete mitochondrial genome, which is a circular molecule 15,086 bp long and has gene content and arrangement typical for earthworm mtDNA. 
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