퇴모산 일원(인천시 강화군)의 관속식물상
The Flora of Vascular Plants in Mt. toemo(Incheon-si, Ganghwa-gun)
- 송진헌(Song, Jin-Heon) 박기쁨(Bak, Gippeum) 안종빈(An, Jong-Bin) 김상준(Kim, Sang-Jun) 황희숙(Hwang, Hee-Suk) 박진선(Park, Jinsun) 이아영(Lee, Ahyoung) 윤호근(Yun, Ho-Geun) 정수영(Jung, Su-Young) 정지영(Jung, Ji-Young) 김일권(Kim, Il-Kwon) 신현탁(Shin, Hyun-Tak) 이철호(Lee, Cheol-Ho)
- 한국자원식물학회 학술심포지엄
- 2019년도 춘계학술대회
- 70 - 70 (1 pages)
The genus Cenchrus (Poaceae), containing ca. 23 species, is distributed throughout Australia, Africa, Indian sub-continent, and America. In Korea, Cenchrus longispinus (Hack.) Fernald, especially introduced to Daecheong Island in 1999, is one of the most hazardous invasive plant which causes serious environmental threats, biodiversity damages and physically negative impact on humans and animals. Based on the next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology, we characterized the chloroplast (cp) genome sequences of C. longispinus which contains a large single copy (LSC; 80,223 bp), a small single copy (SSC; 12,449 bp), separated by a pair of inverted repeats (IRs; 22,236 bp). Additionally, we analyzed the cp genome sequences of Cenchrus echinatus L. which contains a large single copy (LSC; 80,220 bp), a small single copy (SSC; 12,439 bp), separated by a pair of inverted repeats (IRs; 22,236 bp). These cp genomes consist of 75 unique genes, 4 rRNA coding genes, 33 tRNA coding genes and 21 duplicated in the IR regions, of which the gene content and organization are similar to the other Poaceae cp genomes. We selected 40 potential regions in cp genomes of two Cenchrus species and one Korean Pennisetum species to develop new single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers for identifying C. longispinus based on amplification-refractory mutation system (ARMS) technique. The markers, inferred from SNP in matK and ndhF genes, show effectiveness to recognize C. longispinus from C. echinatus and Korean native species Pennisetum alopecuroides (L.) Spreng.