Monascus purpureus (ASM654248v1)

About Monascus purpureus (GCA_006542485.1)

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Monascus purpureus (syn. M. albidus, M. anka, M. araneosus, M. major, M. rubiginosus, and M. vini; , lit. "red yeast") is a species of mold that is purplish-red in color. It is also known by the names ang-khak rice mold, corn silage mold, maize silage mold, and rice kernel discoloration.

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Taxonomy ID 5098

Data source Hubei University of Technology

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Genome assembly: ASM654248v1

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