Draft genome sequence of Annulohypoxylon stygium, Aspergillus mulundensis, Berkeleyomyces basicola (syn. Thielaviopsis basicola), Ceratocystis smalleyi, two Cercospora beticola strains, Coleophoma cylindrospora, Fusarium fracticaudum, Phialophora cf. hyalina, and Morchella septimelata

Wingfield, Brenda D. and Bills, Gerald F. and Dong, Yang and Huang, Wenli and Nel, Wilma J. and Swalarsk-Parry, Benedicta S. and Vaghefi, Niloofar and Wilken, Markus P. and An, Zhiqiang and de Beer, Z. Wilhelm and De Vos, Lieschen and Chen, Li and Duong, Tuan A. and Gao, Yun and Hammerbacher, Almuth and Kikkert, Julie R. and Li, Yan and Li, Huiying and Li, Kuan and Li, Qiang and Liu, Xingzhong and Ma, Xiao and Naidoo, Kershney and Pethybridge, Sarah J. and Sun, Jingzu and Steenkamp, Emma T and van der Nest, Magriet A. and van Wyk, Stephanie and Wingfield, Michael J. and Xiong, Chuan and Yue, Qun and Zhang, Xiaoling (2018) Draft genome sequence of Annulohypoxylon stygium, Aspergillus mulundensis, Berkeleyomyces basicola (syn. Thielaviopsis basicola), Ceratocystis smalleyi, two Cercospora beticola strains, Coleophoma cylindrospora, Fusarium fracticaudum, Phialophora cf. hyalina, and Morchella septimelata. IMA Fungus, 9 (1). pp. 199-223. ISSN 2210-6340

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Abstract

Draft genomes of the species Annulohypoxylon stygium, Aspergillus mulundensis, Berkeleyomyces basicola (syn. Thielaviopsis basicola), Ceratocystis smalleyi, two Cercospora beticola strains, Coleophoma cylindrospora, Fusarium fracticaudum, Phialophora cf. hyalina and Morchella septimelata are presented. Both mating types (MAT1-1 and MAT1-2) of Cercospora beticola are included. Two strains of Coleophoma cylindrospora that produce sulfated homotyrosine echinocandin variants, FR209602, FR220897 and FR220899 are presented. The sequencing of Aspergillus mulundensis, Coleophoma cylindrospora and Phialophora cf. hyalina has enabled mapping of the gene clusters encoding the chemical diversity from the echinocandin pathways, providing data that reveals the complexity of secondary metabolism in these different species. Overall these genomes provide a valuable resource for understanding the molecular processes underlying pathogenicity (in some cases), biology and toxin production of these economically important fungi.


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Date Deposited: 23 Jan 2019 07:19
Last Modified: 25 Jan 2019 06:15
Uncontrolled Keywords: beta vulgaris; carya cordiformis; echinocandin gene clusters; mulundocandins; pitch canker; peumocandins
Fields of Research : 06 Biological Sciences > 0604 Genetics > 060408 Genomics
06 Biological Sciences > 0603 Evolutionary Biology > 060309 Phylogeny and Comparative Analysis
Identification Number or DOI: 10.5598/imafungus.2018.09.01.13
URI: http://eprints.usq.edu.au/id/eprint/34407

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