Biology:List of sequenced fungi genomes

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This list of sequenced fungi genomes contains all the fungal species known to have publicly available complete genome sequences that have been assembled, annotated and published; draft genomes are not included, nor are organelle only sequences.

Ascomycota

Dothideomycetes

Eurotiomycetes

  • Ajellomyces capsulata several strains, Darling's disease (2009, unpubl.[10])
  • Ajellomyces dermatitidis several strains (2009, unpubl.[11])
  • Arthroderma benhamiae CBS 112371, skin infection (2010, unpubl.[12])
  • Arthroderma gypseum CBS 118893, athlete's foot (2008[13])
  • Arthroderma otae CBS 113480, athlete's foot (2008[13])
  • Aspergillus aculeatus ATCC16872, industrial use (2010[14])
  • Aspergillus carbonarius ITEM 5010, food pathogen (2009[15])
  • Aspergillus clavatus Strain:NRRL1 (2008[16])
  • Aspergillus fumigatus Strain:A1163, human pathogen (2008[16])
  • Aspergillus fumigatus Strain:Af293, human pathogen (2005[17])
  • Aspergillus kawachii IFO 4308, food industry (2011[18])
  • Aspergillus nidulans Strain:FGSC A4, model organism (2005[19])
  • Aspergillus niger Strain:ATCC 1015 (DOE Joint Genome institute)
  • Aspergillus niger Strain:CBS 513.88, industrial use (2007[20])
  • Aspergillus oryzae Strain:RIB40, industrial use (2005[21])
  • Aspergillus terreus NIH 2624, statin producer and pathogen (2005, unpubl.[22])
  • Coccidioides immitis, human pathogen, Valley fever (2009[23])
  • Coccidioides posadasii C735 delta SOWgp, human pathogen, Valley fever (2009[23])
  • Neosartorya fischeri Strain:NRRL181 (2008[16])
  • Paracoccidioides brasiliensis, several strains, human pathogen (2007[24]
  • Penicillium chrysogenum Strain: Wisconsin54-1255, industrial use (2008[25])
  • Penicillium digitatum Strain PHI26 (2012[26])
  • Penicillium digitatum Strain Pd1 (2012[26]
  • Talaromyces marneffei, human pathogen (2011[27]
  • Uncinocarpus reesii (2009[23])

Leotiomycetes

Pezizomycetes

  • Cladobotryum protrusum (2019[31])
  • Tuber melanosporum Mel28, Périgord black truffle (2010[32])

Saccharomycetes

Schizosaccharomycetes

Sordariomycetes

  • Colletotrichum graminicola, corn pathogen (2012[61])
  • Colletotrichum higginsianum, Arabidopsis thaliana pathogen (2012[61])
  • Chaetomium cochliodes Strain:CCM F-232, soil fungus (2016[62])
  • Chaetomium globosum Strain:CBS 148.51, soil fungus (2005[63])
  • Chaetomium thermophilum Strain:CBS 144.50, soil fungus (2011[64])
  • Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici 4287, human/plant pathogen (2010[65])
  • Gibberella moniliformis 7600, plant pathogen (2010[65])
  • Gibberella zeae PH-1, plant pathogen (2008[66])
  • Gaeumannomyces graminis tritici R3-111a-1 (2010, unpubl.[67])
  • Grosmannia clavigera kw1407, plant pathogen (2011[68])
  • Magnaporthe grisea, plant pathogen (20054[69])
  • Metarhizium acridum CQMa 102, and
  • Metarhizium anisopliae ARSEF 23, insect pathogens (2011[70])
  • Neurospora crassa, model eukaryote (2003[71])
  • Neurospora tetrasperma FGSC 2508 mat A, model (2010[72])
  • Nectria haematococca MPVI, plastic/pest./lignin degrader (2009[73])
  • Podospora anserina :S mat+ [74]
  • Sporotrichum thermophile, thermophilic cellulose degrader (2010[75])
  • Thielavia terrestris, model thermophile/industrial (2010[76])
  • Trichoderma atroviride, industrial/soil, (2010[77])
  • Trichoderma reesei QM6a, biomass-degrading (2008[78])
  • Trichoderma virens Gv29-8, industrial/pathogen (2007[79])
  • Verticillium albo-atrum VaMs.102, plant pathogen (2008, unpubl.[80])

Basidiomycota

Agaricomycetes

Pucciniomycetes (formerly Urediniomycetes)

  • Melampsora laricis-populina, pathogen of populars (2008[98])
  • Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici, plant pathogen (2011[99][100][101])
  • Puccinia triticina 1-1 BBBD Race 1, pathogen of wheat([101])
  • Rhodotorula graminis strain WP1, plant symbiont (2010[102])
  • Sporobolomyces roseus, associated with plants ([103])

Tremellomycetes

Ustilaginomycetes

Wallemiomycetes

Chytridiomycota

Chytridiomycota includes fungi with spores that have flagella (zoospores) and are a sister group to more advanced land fungi that lack flagella. Several chytrid species are pathogens, but have not had their genomes sequenced yet.

Blastocladiomycota

Neocallimastigomycota

Microsporidia

Mucoromycota

Mucoromycotina

  • Absidia padenii
  • Absidia repens
  • Backusella circina
  • Circinella umbellata
  • Cokeromyces recurvatus
  • Cunninghamella echinulata
  • Dichotomocladium elegans
  • Fennellomyces sp.
  • Gilbertella persicaria var. persicaria
  • Gongronella butleri
  • Hesseltinella vesiculosa
  • Lichtheimia corymbifera
  • Lichtheimia hyalospora
  • Mucor circinelloides
  • Mucor cordense
  • Mucor indicus
  • Mucor heterogamus
  • Mycotypha africana
  • Parasitella parasitica
  • Phascolomyces articulosus
  • Phycomyces blakesleeanus
  • Phycomyces nitens
  • Pilaira anomala
  • Pilobolus umbonatus
  • Radiomyces spectabilis
  • Rhizopus delemar
  • Rhizopus oryzae, human pathogen (mucormycosis) (2009[123])
  • Rhizopus microsporus
  • Saksenaea vasiformis
  • Spinellus fuiger
  • Sporodiniella umbellata
  • Syncephalastrum racemosum
  • Thamnidium elegans
  • Umbelopsis isabellina
  • Umbelopsis ramanniana
  • Zychaea mexicana

Glomeromycotina

Mortierellomycotina

  • Mortierella alpina Strain: ATCC 32222, commercial source of arachidonic acid (2011[124])
  • Lobosporangium transversale
  • Mortierella elongata
  • Mortierella humilis
  • Mortierella multidivaricata
  • Mortierella verticillata

Zoopagomycota

Kickxellomycotina

  • Coemansia reversa
  • Coemansia spiralis
  • Kickxella alabastrina
  • Linderina pennicpora
  • Martensiomyces pterosporus
  • Ramicandelaber brevisporus
  • Smittium culicis
  • Smittium mucronatum
  • Zancudomyces culisetae

Entomophthoromycotina

  • Basidiobolus meristosporus
  • Conidiobolus coronatus
  • Condidiobolus thromboides

Zoopagomycotina

  • Syncephalis fuscata
  • Syncephalis plumigaleata
  • Syncephalis pseudoplumigaleata
  • Piptocephalis cylindrospora

See also

External links

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