Phytophthora kernoviae (PkChile7v2.0)

Phytophthora kernoviae Assembly and Gene Annotation

About Phytophthora kernoviae

Wikipedia

Phytophthora kernoviae is a plant pathogen that mainly infects European beech (Fagus sylvatica) and Rhododendron ponticum. It was first identified in 2003 in Cornwall, UK when scientists were surveying for the presence of Phytophthora ramorum. This made it the third new Phytophthora species to be found in the UK in a decade. Since then many other plants have been identified as natural hosts of the pathogen. Molecular analysis has revealed that an infection on Pinus radiata, recorded in New Zealand in 1950, was caused by P. kernoviae.

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More information

General information about this species can be found in Wikipedia.

Statistics

Summary

AssemblyPkChile7v2.0, INSDC Assembly GCA_001712645.2,
Database version97.1
Base Pairs37,002,228
Golden Path Length37,002,228
Genebuild byENA
Genebuild methodGenerated from ENA annotation
Data sourceUniversity of Exeter

Gene counts

Coding genes10,129
Gene transcripts10,129

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