Zasmidium cellare ATCC 36951 (Zasce1)

About Zasmidium cellare ATCC 36951 (GCA_010093935.1)


Zasmidium cellare, also known as cellar mold, is a species of fungus that exists in dark, ethanol-rich environments and is brown to black in colour. This species primarily exists in wine and brandy cellars in central and southern Europe, but can be found in surrounding regions and is thought to be helpful in the wine making process by some and a hygienic issue by others. and is thought to be beneficial to the cleanliness of cellar air due to its ability to consume musty odours.

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Taxonomy ID 1080233

Data source DOE Joint Genome Institute

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Genome assembly: Zasce1

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