Chloroplast-DNS is die DNS van chloroplaste.[1][2] Dit word gewoonlik afgekort tot cpDNS.[3] Dit staan ook bekend as die plastoom wanneer daar na die genome van ander plastides verwys word. Die bestaan van chloroplast-DNS is die eerste in 1962 bewys[4] en is die eerste in 1986 gesekwensieer toe twee Japannese navorsingspanne die chloroplast-DNS van lewermos en tabak gesekwensieer het.[5] Sedertdien is honderde chloroplast-DNS'e van verskeie spesies – meestal landplante en groen alge – gesekwensieer.[6]

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  6. Sandelius AS (2009). The Chloroplast: Interactions with the Environment. Springer. p. 18. ISBN 978-3-540-68696-5.