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Lepidopterella palustris CBS 459.81

ABSTRACT: Lepidopterella palustris CBS 459.81 Genome sequencing and assembly

ORGANISM(S): Lepidopterella palustris CBS 459.81  



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LKAR01.dat.gz Other
LKAR01.fasta.gz Fasta.gz
LKAR01.master.dat Other
SRR1800847_1.fastq.gz Fastqsanger.gz
SRR1800847_2.fastq.gz Fastqsanger.gz
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Ectomycorrhizal ecology is imprinted in the genome of the dominant symbiotic fungus Cenococcum geophilum.

Peter Martina M   Kohler Annegret A   Ohm Robin A RA   Kuo Alan A   Krützmann Jennifer J   Morin Emmanuelle E   Arend Matthias M   Barry Kerrie W KW   Binder Manfred M   Choi Cindy C   Clum Alicia A   Copeland Alex A   Grisel Nadine N   Haridas Sajeet S   Kipfer Tabea T   LaButti Kurt K   Lindquist Erika E   Lipzen Anna A   Maire Renaud R   Meier Barbara B   Mihaltcheva Sirma S   Molinier Virginie V   Murat Claude C   Pöggeler Stefanie S   Quandt C Alisha CA   Sperisen Christoph C   Tritt Andrew A   Tisserant Emilie E   Crous Pedro W PW   Henrissat Bernard B   Nehls Uwe U   Egli Simon S   Spatafora Joseph W JW   Grigoriev Igor V IV   Martin Francis M FM  

Nature communications 20160907

The most frequently encountered symbiont on tree roots is the ascomycete Cenococcum geophilum, the only mycorrhizal species within the largest fungal class Dothideomycetes, a class known for devastating plant pathogens. Here we show that the symbiotic genomic idiosyncrasies of ectomycorrhizal basidiomycetes are also present in C. geophilum with symbiosis-induced, taxon-specific genes of unknown function and reduced numbers of plant cell wall-degrading enzymes. C. geophilum still holds a signific  ...[more]

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