The complete plastid genome of Stenotaphrum subulatum Trin. (Panicoideae) and phylogenetic analysis

Published on Mar 9, 2020in Mitochondrial DNA Part B0.885
· DOI :10.1080/23802359.2020.1735959
Yang Wu (JGSU: Jinggangshan University), Li Liao (Haida: Hainan University)+ 1 AuthorsLi He (JGSU: Jinggangshan University)
AbstractThe complete plastid genome of Stenotaphrum subulatum Trin. was determined and analyzed in this work. The plastid genome was 139,282 bp in length with 82,220 bp of the large single-copy (LS...
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