Data from: Total duplication of the small single copy region in the angiosperm plastome: rearrangement and inverted repeat instability in Asarum

Brandon Tyler Sinn, Dylan D. Sedmak, Lawrence M. Kelly & John V. Freudenstein
Premise of the Study: As more plastomes are assembled, it is evident that rearrangements, losses, intergenic spacer expansion and contraction, and syntenic breaks within otherwise functioning plastids are more common than was thought previously, and such changes have developed independently in disparate lineages. However, to date, the magnoliids remain characterized by their highly conserved plastid genomes (plastomes). Methods: Illumina HiSeq and MiSeq platforms were used to sequence the plastomes of Saruma henryi and those of...
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