First report on the complete mitochondrial genome of the deep-water scalpellid barnacle Arcoscalpellum epeeum (Cirripedia, Thoracica, Scalpellidae)
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- First report on the complete mitochondrial genome of the deep-water scalpellid barnacle Arcoscalpellum epeeum (Cirripedia, Thoracica, Scalpellidae)
- Kim Se Joo; Hyun Mi Kang; L Corbari; B K K Chan
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- Mitochondrial DNA Part B-Resources, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 1288-1289
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- Scalpellids are one of the largest families of Scalpelliformes and reproduce either androdioeciously or dioeciously. Here, we characterized the first mitogenome of a scalpellid barnacle (Arcoscalpellum epeeum), which was 15,593 bp in length with a 71.5% AT content. In comparison with the pollicipedids Capitulum mitella and Pollicipes polymerus, the tRNA genes of A. epeeum were rearranged between ND3 and ND5, between CYTB and ND1, and between 12S rRNA and ND2. On the mitogenomic tree, the Scalpelliformes families Pollicipedidae and Scalpellidae were not monophyletic, which concurs with previous studies.
- Arcoscalpellum epeeum; barnacle; mitochondrial genome; Scalpellidae; Scalpelliformes
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