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Default how can i decide the exact start and end of rRNA on mitochondria

Hello. I am using next generation sequencing to get mitochondrial genome of algae.
I know how to determine the start and end of a protein coding gene, but I am confused about the start and end of a rRNA gene, 23S, 16S and 5S.
After I find the relative region of the rRNAs by finding orf. What can i do next to find the exact confine of them? In other word, are there codons I can look for?
Please help and advise
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