intra-specific genetic variability of African yam bean (Sphenostylis stenocarpa Hochst Ex. A. Rich) “Harms" based on rbcL gene marker
The data presents the rbcL gene sequences of twenty-four accessions of S. stenocarpa. Table 1 shows the passport data and country of origin of the accessions whileTable 2 explains the submitted sequences to the NCBI GenBank, the assigned GenBank numbers, matched organisms and the sequence length (bp). Single nucleotide polymorphic (SNP) of 13 variable sites are represented in Table 3 while codon usage parameters including codon bias index (CBI), scaled chi square and G+C contents of coding and non-coding position are shown in Table 4. Table 5 summarizes the codon usage and amino acid residues of the species. The estimates of genetic diversity and Maximum Likelihood of Transition/Transversion Bias are pointed out in Table 6 and 7.