Mitogenome of Agapornis personatus, Agapornis lilianae and Agapornis nigrigenis

In March 2019, the study on the mitochondrial genome of Agapornis fischeri was published by H. Liu [1]. Three weeks ago, three new papers, were published on line by Chen and reported the complete mitogenome of Agapornis personatus, Agapornis lilianae and Agapornis nigrigenis [2]–[4]. The phylogenetic analysis suggested that these three species are (as suspected) closely related to Agapornis roseicollis.

[1]          H. Liu, K. Jin, en L. Li, “The complete mitochondrial genome of the Fischer’s Lovebird Agapornis fischeri (Psittaciformes: Psittacidae)”, Mitochondrial DNA Part B, vol. 4, nr. 1, pp. 1217–1218, jan. 2019.
[2]          Y.-X. Chen, S.-L. Hou, Y.-W. Zhou, en Y.-L. Huang, “Characterization of the complete mitochondrial genome of Agapornis personatus and its phylogenetic analysis”, Mitochondrial DNA Part B, vol. 4, nr. 2, pp. 3772–3773, jul. 2019.
[3]          Y.-X. Chen, Y.-L. Huang, J.-Q. Liu, Y.-W. Zhou, en S.-L. Hou, “Characterization and phylogenetic relationship of the complete mitochondrial genome of Black-cheeked Lovebird, Agapornis Nigrigenis”, Mitochondrial DNA Part B, vol. 4, nr. 2, pp. 3589–3590, jul. 2019.
[4]          Y.-X. Chen, Y.-W. Zhou, S.-L. Hou, en Y.-L. Huang, “Complete mitochondrial genome of Agapornis lilianae (Psittaciformes: Psittacidae), with its phylogenetic analysis”, Mitochondrial DNA Part B, vol. 4, nr. 2, pp. 3536–3537, jul. 2019.

 

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