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Complete plastome sequences from Glycine syndetika and six additional perennial wild relatives of soybean.

Sherman-Broyles S, Bombarely A, Grimwood J, Schmutz J, Doyle J - G3 (Bethesda) (2014)

Bottom Line: Repetitive sequences were detected in high frequencies as in soybean, but further analysis showed that repeat sequence numbers are inflated.Previous chloroplast-based phylogenetic trees for perennial Glycine were incongruent with nuclear gene-based phylogenetic trees.Alignment of complete plastome sequences and Bayesian analysis allowed us to date putative hybridization events supporting the hypothesis of introgression and chloroplast "capture."

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Affiliation: Cornell University, Department of Plant Biology, Ithaca, New York 14853 sls98@cornell.edu.

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Gene map of Glycine syndetika chloroplast genome. Gray bars on inner circle represent the extent of the inverted repeats (IRa and IRb). Yellow bar on middle circle represents 51-kb inversion found in papillionoid legumes. Genes on the outside of the circle are transcribed in a clockwise direction, and genes on the inside of the circle are transcribed in a counter-clockwise direction.
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fig2: Gene map of Glycine syndetika chloroplast genome. Gray bars on inner circle represent the extent of the inverted repeats (IRa and IRb). Yellow bar on middle circle represents 51-kb inversion found in papillionoid legumes. Genes on the outside of the circle are transcribed in a clockwise direction, and genes on the inside of the circle are transcribed in a counter-clockwise direction.

Mentions: The G. syndetika genome map (Figure 2) is representative of the seven perennial Glycine species’ chloroplast sequences discussed here. No structural rearrangements were detected among the perennial Glycine plastomes. The G. syndetika plastome sequence is 152,794 bp in length, just slightly larger than G. max (152,218 bp) (Saski et al. 2005) (Table 1). The chloroplast genome length in Glycine ranges from G. max (with the smallest genome) to G. falcata at 153,023 bp (with the largest genome) (Table 1).


Complete plastome sequences from Glycine syndetika and six additional perennial wild relatives of soybean.

Sherman-Broyles S, Bombarely A, Grimwood J, Schmutz J, Doyle J - G3 (Bethesda) (2014)

Gene map of Glycine syndetika chloroplast genome. Gray bars on inner circle represent the extent of the inverted repeats (IRa and IRb). Yellow bar on middle circle represents 51-kb inversion found in papillionoid legumes. Genes on the outside of the circle are transcribed in a clockwise direction, and genes on the inside of the circle are transcribed in a counter-clockwise direction.
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fig2: Gene map of Glycine syndetika chloroplast genome. Gray bars on inner circle represent the extent of the inverted repeats (IRa and IRb). Yellow bar on middle circle represents 51-kb inversion found in papillionoid legumes. Genes on the outside of the circle are transcribed in a clockwise direction, and genes on the inside of the circle are transcribed in a counter-clockwise direction.
Mentions: The G. syndetika genome map (Figure 2) is representative of the seven perennial Glycine species’ chloroplast sequences discussed here. No structural rearrangements were detected among the perennial Glycine plastomes. The G. syndetika plastome sequence is 152,794 bp in length, just slightly larger than G. max (152,218 bp) (Saski et al. 2005) (Table 1). The chloroplast genome length in Glycine ranges from G. max (with the smallest genome) to G. falcata at 153,023 bp (with the largest genome) (Table 1).

Bottom Line: Repetitive sequences were detected in high frequencies as in soybean, but further analysis showed that repeat sequence numbers are inflated.Previous chloroplast-based phylogenetic trees for perennial Glycine were incongruent with nuclear gene-based phylogenetic trees.Alignment of complete plastome sequences and Bayesian analysis allowed us to date putative hybridization events supporting the hypothesis of introgression and chloroplast "capture."

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Cornell University, Department of Plant Biology, Ithaca, New York 14853 sls98@cornell.edu.

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Related in: MedlinePlus