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Complete Mitochondrial Genome of Fulvetta cinereiceps (Sylviidae: Passeriformes) and Consideration of its Phylogeny within Babblers

Complete Mitochondrial Genome of Fulvetta cinereiceps (Sylviidae: Passeriformes) and Consideration of its Phylogeny within Babblers

Jie Gao1, Guannan Wang1, Chuang Zhou1, Megan Price2, Jinnan Ma1, Xiaohong Sun1, Benping Chen3, Xiuyue Zhang2 and Bisong Yue1*

1Key Laboratory of Bioresources and Ecoenvironment (Ministry of Education), College of Life Sciences, Sichuan University, Chengdu, 610064, PR China
2Sichuan Key Laboratory of Conservation Biology of Endangered Wildlife, College of Life Sciences, Sichuan University, Chengdu, 610064, PR China
3Laojunshan National Nature Reserve, Yibin, 645350, PR China

*      Corresponding author: bsyue@scu.edu.cn

Fig. 1.

Circular map of F. cinereiceps mitogenome. CytB refers to cytochrome B; COX1, COX2 and COX3 refer to the cytochrome C oxidase subunit 1, 2 and 3, respectively; ATP refers to ATP synthase subunit gene; and ND (4L, 1-6) refers to the NADH dehydrogenase subunit (4L, 1-6) gene.

Fig. 2.

The clover leaf structures for all tRNA genes of F. cinereiceps mitogenome. “-” showed Watson-Crick base pairings and “+” indicated the pairing between G and U in tRNAs.

Fig. 3.

dN/dS ratios (ω) for mitochondrial PCGs of the 22 babbler species (see Table II for list). Gene abbreviations are given in Table IV.

Fig. 4.

Phylogenetic relationships based on nucleotide sequences of 13 protein-coding genes of from 54 mitochondrial genomes of Passeriformes were analyzed by Bayesian inference. The numbers abutting branches were Bayesian posterior probabilities (BPP).

Fig. 5.

Phylogenetic tree was inferred based on the nucleotide sequences of 13 PCGs from 54 mitochondrial genomes of Passeriformes using maximum likelihood method. Numbers at each node were bootstrap support values (BS).

Fig. 6.

The distribution of gene orders of 54 mitochondrial genomes from the Passeriformes based on phylogenetic tree. GO1, CYTB/tRNAThr/CR1/tRNAPro/ND6/tRNAGlu/CR2 (or NC)/ tRNAPhe; GO2, CYTB/tRNAThr/tRNAPro/ND6/tRNAGlu/CR/tRNAPhe; GO3, CYTB/tRNAThr/ tRNAPro/ND6/tRNAGlu/CR1/tRNAPro/ND6/tRNAGlu/CR2/tRNAPhe.

Fig.6

 The distribution of gene orders of 54 mitochondrial genomes from the Passeriformes based on phylogenetic tree. GO1, CYTB/tRNAThr/CR1/tRNAPro/ND6/tRNAGlu/CR2 (or NC)/ tRNAPhe; GO2, CYTB/tRNAThr/tRNAPro/ND6/tRNAGlu/CR/tRNAPhe; GO3, CYTB/tRNAThr/ tRNAPro/ND6/tRNAGlu/CR1/tRNAPro/ND6/tRNAGlu/CR2/tRNAPhe.

Pakistan Journal of Zoology

October

Vol. 53, Iss. 5, Pages 1603-2000

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