Data for: The complete mitochondrial genome characteristics analysis of Budorcas taxicolor tibetana (Artiodactyla: Bovidae) and confirm phylogenetic relationships of Budorcas species

Published: 10 October 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/vb2tx42g5x.1
Jiandong Yang, Biao Li, Bo Ouyang, Jiaojiao Yu, Ming Zhou


Supplementary data: Supplementary Figure caption Fig S1. The putative stem–loop secondary structures for the light strand (L-strand) origin of replication sequences and OL sequences of Caprinae. Identical nucleotides are denoted by dots, replacements are indicated by the corresponding nucleotides, and indels are represented by dashes. The beginning OL sequence associated with the transition of RNA synthesis to DNA synthesis is indicated by a left solid box, the ending sequence is indicated by a right solid box, and the stem-loop initiating sequence is indicated by a dashed box. Fig S2. Phylogeny of Budorcas species. A phylogenetic tree inferred from the nucleotide sequences of 13 PCGs and two rRNAs for 45 species using maximum likelihood (ML) Sus scrofa domesticus (NC_012095) was used as the outgroup. The bootstrap values are indicated at nodes as follows: The bootstrap values were based on 1000 replications. Supplementary Table caption Table S1 Details of the species used in this study. Table S2 Results of partitioning and model selection obtained by PartitionFinder. Table S3 Composition and skewness in B. t. tibetana mitochondrial genome. Table S4 Codon usages of 13 PCGs in the mitochondrial genome of B. t. tibetana. Table S5 Composition and skewness in the Caprinae mitochondrial genome.



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