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Table 5 Pseudogenes in 41 mitochondrial genomes sequenced

From: Rapid evolutionary divergence of Gossypium barbadense and G. hirsutum mitochondrial genomes

No. Species Pseudogenes
1 Marchantia polymorpha nad7
2 Pleurozia purpurea nad7
3 Treubia lacunosa ccmB, ccmFC
4 Megaceros aenigmaticus rps1, rps4, rps7, rps8, rps11, rps12, rpl5, rpl6, atp8, ccmFC, sdh3
5 Phaeoceros laevis rps1, rps2, rps4, rps7, rps11, rps12, rpl16, atp8, ccmFC, sdh3
6 Buxbaumia aphylla nad7 a
7 Anomodon rugelii rps8, rps10
8 Aegilops speltoides rpl2, rpl16(2), rps19
9 Brassica napus cox2-2
10 Ajuga reptans rps4 a
11 Asclepias syriaca rps7, rps13, rpl16, atp6
12 Beta macrocarpa rps3, rps7, petG(cp),sdh4
13 Beta vulgaris subsp. maritima rps3, rps7, petG(cp),sdh4
14 Boea hygrometrica rpl16
15 Citrullus lanatus rps14
16 Cucumis sativus rps19, rpl2
17 Cucurbita pepo rps14, rpl2
18 Cycas taitungensis rps12
19 Daucus carota subsp. sativus atp1, atp9(2)
20 Gossypium barbadense rps3
21 Gossypium hirsutum rps3
22 Huperzia squarrosa rps8, ccmFC-1, ccmFC-2
23 Lotus japonicus rps7, rps19, rpl10, cob, nad6, sdh3, sdh4, atp6
24 Malus x domestica rps3, rps4, rps19, sdh3
25 Millettia pinnata rps7, rps19, rpl2(2), sdh4, nad6
26 Mimulus guttatus rpl2
27 Oryza sativa subsp. japonica rps11, rps14(2)
28 Oryza sativa subsp.indica rps11, rps14, rpl16
29 Rhazya stricta sdh3
30 Ricinus communis rps19 a, atp6 a
31 Salvia miltiorrhiza ndhB(cp), sdh4
32 Silene conica rps3 a, ccmFc
33 Silene latifolia rps3 a, rps4, rps13, rps14 a, sdh3, sdh4
34 Silene noctiflora rps3 a, rps12, mttB-2
35 Spirodela polyrhiza rps14, rps19
36 Triticum aestivum rpl2
37 Triticum timopheevii rps19, rpl12, rpl16, atp8, cox2-1, ccmC
38 Vaccinium macrocarpon rps14 a, nad4L a
39 Vigna radiata sdh4
40 Vitis vinifera rps3(2), rpl2, nad1, nad4, nad6, atp1, atp9, ccmFC, sdh3
41 Zea mays subsp. mays rps12,rps19, rpl2, rpl23, rbcL(cp), ndhB(cp)
  1. apossible pseudogenes, (2) two copies of pseudogenes, cp pseudogenes of chloroplast origin and Gossypium species are given in bold