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Animal mitochondrial genomes are typically circular, 14-20 kb in length, maternally inherited, contain 13 coding genes, two ribosomal genes and are homoplasmic. In contrast, plant mitogenomes display frequent gene rearrangements, often contain greatly expanded repetitive regions, encode various open reading frames of unknown function and may be heteroplasmic due to differential repeat expansions between molecules. Error correction by recombination is common in plant mitochondria and has beendoi:10.1101/2020.09.23.310516 fatcat:ximoqggv5rawbebnuwjuwiqtoq