Complete mitochondrial genome of Sebastes minor (Scorpaenidae, Scorpaeniformes) from the East Sea, Korea

Title
Complete mitochondrial genome of Sebastes minor (Scorpaenidae, Scorpaeniformes) from the East Sea, Korea
Author(s)
장요순; 이은경; 박정호; 유재명
KIOST Author(s)
Lee, Eun Kyung(이은경)
Publication Year
2016-10-28
Abstract
Sebastes minor are found in the open waters of northern part of the East Sea, Korea and in the coastal waters of northern Primorye and Hokkaido. S. minor prefer sites at the boundaries between sand and reefs with algal vegetation. S. minor reaches the length of 18 cm, weight of 85 g, and the age of 10 years and the rate of growth is at its maximum in the first three years of life. S. minor is a low-boreal Asiatic upper-sublittoral species. It is distributed in the northern part of the East Sea from Chongjin and Otaru to the Tatar Strait it is also known from the Sea of Okhotsk (Aniva and Terpeniya bays, Taui Bay), the Pacific waters of Japan (Honshu Island), and the southern Kuril Islands. To obtain basic information on its mitochondrial DNA, the complete mitogenome of S. minor was subjected to the next-generation sequencing. The assembled mtDNA was 16,408 bp in length (GenBank Accession No. KJ834059), comprising 13 protein-coding genes (PCGs), 2 rRNAs, 22 tRNAs and 1 control region. Gene order and origin of reading frame of all protein coding genes were identical to those of other Sebastinae. The base composition of mitogenome of S. minor is A, 4560 bp (27.8%) T, 4471 bp (27.2%) G, 2843 bp (17.3%) C, 4534 bp (27.6%) G+C, 7377 bp (45.0%) A+T, 9031 bp(55.0%). The start codon of all PCGs was ATG, with the exception of COX1 (GTG). The stop codon was TAA in the 13 PCGs, with the exception of ND1 and ND3 (TAG), ND4 reaches the length of 18 cm, weight of 85 g, and the age of 10 years and the rate of growth is at its maximum in the first three years of life. S. minor is a low-boreal Asiatic upper-sublittoral species. It is distributed in the northern part of the East Sea from Chongjin and Otaru to the Tatar Strait it is also known from the Sea of Okhotsk (Aniva and Terpeniya bays, Taui Bay), the Pacific waters of Japan (Honshu Island), and the southern Kuril Islands. To obtain basic information on its mitochondrial DNA, the complete mitogenome of S. minor was subjected to the next-generation sequencing. The assembled mtDNA was 16,408 bp in length (GenBank Accession No. KJ834059), comprising 13 protein-coding genes (PCGs), 2 rRNAs, 22 tRNAs and 1 control region. Gene order and origin of reading frame of all protein coding genes were identical to those of other Sebastinae. The base composition of mitogenome of S. minor is A, 4560 bp (27.8%) T, 4471 bp (27.2%) G, 2843 bp (17.3%) C, 4534 bp (27.6%) G+C, 7377 bp (45.0%) A+T, 9031 bp(55.0%). The start codon of all PCGs was ATG, with the exception of COX1 (GTG). The stop codon was TAA in the 13 PCGs, with the exception of ND1 and ND3 (TAG), ND4
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/24410
Bibliographic Citation
KOFFST International Conference 2016, pp.325, 2016
Publisher
한국수산과학총연합회
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
한국수산과학총연합회
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Research Interests

Fish ecology,Eggs & larval fish identification,어류 생태연구,난자치어 형태분류

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