The complete mitochondrial genome of Porites harrisoni (Cnidaria: Scleractinia) obtained using next-generation sequencing
AuthorsTerraneo, Tullia Isotta
Forsman, Zac H.
Berumen, Michael L.
KAUST DepartmentBiological and Environmental Sciences and Engineering (BESE) Division
Red Sea Research Center (RSRC)
Marine Science Program
KAUST Grant NumberFCC/1/1973-21-01
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AbstractIn this study, we sequenced the complete mitochondrial genome of Porites harrisoni using ezRAD and Illumina technology. Genome length consisted of 18,630 bp, with a base composition of 25.92% A, 13.28% T, 23.06% G, and 37.73% C. Consistent with other hard corals, P. harrisoni mitogenome was arranged in 13 protein-coding genes, 2 rRNA, and 2 tRNA genes. nad5 and cox1 contained embedded Group I Introns of 11,133 bp and 965 bp, respectively.
CitationTerraneo TI, Arrigoni R, Benzoni F, Forsman ZH, Berumen ML (2018) The complete mitochondrial genome of Porites harrisoni (Cnidaria: Scleractinia) obtained using next-generation sequencing. Mitochondrial DNA Part B 3: 286–287. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23802359.2018.1443852.
SponsorsThis research was undertaken in accordance with the policies and procedures of KAUST. Permissions relevant for KAUST to undertake the research have been obtained from the applicable governmental agencies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. ZHF would like to thank the Seaver Institute for support. This is HIMB contribution number 1715 and SOEST contribution number 10310. This project was supported by funding from KAUST [award # FCC/1/1973-21-01 and baseline research funds to ML Berumen].
PublisherInforma UK Limited
JournalMitochondrial DNA Part B
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