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Draft genome sequences of Ceratocystis eucalypticola, Chrysoporthe cubensis, C. deuterocubensis, Davidsoniella virescens, Fusarium temperatum, Graphilbum fragrans, Penicillium nordicum, and Thielaviopsis musarum

Wingfield, B.D., Barnes, I., De Beer, Z.W., De Vos, L., Duong, T.A., Kanzi, A.M., Naidoo, K., Nguyen, H.D.T., Santana, Q.C., Sayari, M., Seifert, K.A., Steenkamp, E.T., Trollip, C., Van Der Merwe, N.A., Van Der Nest, M.A., Wilken, P.M., Wingfield, M.J. (2015). Draft genome sequences of Ceratocystis eucalypticola, Chrysoporthe cubensis, C. deuterocubensis, Davidsoniella virescens, Fusarium temperatum, Graphilbum fragrans, Penicillium nordicum, and Thielaviopsis musarum, 6(2), 493-506. http://dx.doi.org/10.5598/imafungus.2015.06.02.13

Abstract

© 2015 International Mycological Association. The genomes of Ceratocystis eucalypticola, Chrysoporthe cubensis, Chrysoporthe deuterocubensis, Davidsoniella virescens, Fusarium temperatum, Graphilbum fragrans, Penicillium nordicum and Thielaviopsis musarum are presented in this genome announcement. These seven genomes are from plant pathogens and otherwise economically important fungal species. The genome sizes range from 28 Mb in the case of T. musarum to 45 Mb for Fusarium temperatum. These genomes include the first reports of genomes for the genera Davidsoniella, Graphilbum and Thielaviopsis. The availability of these genome data will provide opportunities to resolve longstanding questions regarding the taxonomy of species in these genera. In addition these genome sequences through comparative studies with closely related organisms will increase our understanding of how these pathogens cause disease.

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