About the Trichoderma virens genome
Trichoderma virens is a haploid filamentous fungi that belongs to the the phylum Ascomycota. It has a beneficial role in plant growth and is used to protect crops from pathogens by rapid and extensive plant root colonization. This organism is present in most soils through the world and is easy to culture which makes it an important model organism for plant-fungi interactions. T. virens has a vast metabolic diversity which includes degradation of hazardous compounds and sequestration of heavy metals.
Picture credit: Charles M. Kenerley and Prasun Mukherjee.
What can I find? Homologues, gene trees, and whole genome alignments across multiple species.
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|Trichoderma virens : Fusarium fujikuroi||TRANSLATED_BLAT_NET | stats|
|Trichoderma virens : Fusarium graminearum||TRANSLATED_BLAT_NET | stats|
|Trichoderma virens : Fusarium oxysporum||TRANSLATED_BLAT_NET | stats|
|Trichoderma virens : Fusarium pseudograminearum||TRANSLATED_BLAT_NET | stats|
|Trichoderma virens : Fusarium solani||TRANSLATED_BLAT_NET | stats|
|Trichoderma virens : Fusarium verticillioides||TRANSLATED_BLAT_NET | stats|
|Trichoderma virens : Trichoderma reesei||TRANSLATED_BLAT_NET | stats|
This species currently has no variation database. However you can process your own variants using the Variant Effect Predictor: