COIICytochrome C Oxidase Subunit II
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agassizii recovered from COI, COII, and 16S-rDNA separately, along with a concatenation of 16S-rDNA and COII for all individuals that were sequenced for both (Fig.
Sugarcane moth borers (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae and Pyraloidea): phylogenetics constructed using COII and 16S mitochondrial partial gene sequences.
Phylogeny of Bicyclus (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) inferred from COI, COII, and EF-1a gene sequences.
But the diminished motility of the sperm has been suspected due to a 2-nucleotide deletion in the mitochondrial COII genes.
Phylogenetic relationships of ornamental (Koi) carp, Oujiang color carp an Long-fin carp revealed by mitochondrial DNA COII gene sequences and RAPD analysis.
The known genes in the control cDNA library included genes with different cellular function including: mitochondrial DNA-encoded subunits (mostly 16s rRNA anda few COI, COII, COIII, ATPase, NADH1, and NADH6); 40S and 60S ribosomal proteins and others involved in the translational machinery (S4, S8, S9, L5, L6, L10, Lll, L13A, L21, L26, L27, L34, L37, elongation factor 1-gamma); cytoskeleton proteins (actin, troponin, tropmyosin, myosin heavy chain, sarcoplasmic calcium-binding protein, and tubulin beta-1 chain); cell wall proteins (galactomannoproteins,
However, a second study using DNA sequences from the 12s rRNA and COII mitochondrial genes suggested that Coryphaenoides (Nematonurus) species might in fact be sister to all slope-dwelling Coryphaenoides (Coryphaenoides) species, but the second study did not in clude the abyssal C.
Phylogenetic relationships of the New World Troidini swallowtails (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) based on COI, COII, and EF-1 alpha genes.
Theomolpus pulcher COII gene (translation starts at base 1):
Mitochondrial COII sequences indicate that the parthenogenetic earthworm Octolasion tyrtaeum (Savigny 1826) constitutes of two lineages differing in body size and genotype.