Arthrobotrys oligospora ATCC 24927 (AOL24927_1.0)

About Arthrobotrys oligospora ATCC 24927 (GCA_000225545)

Arthrobotrys oligospora was discovered in Europe in 1850 by Georg Fresenius. 'A. oligospora' is the model organism for interactions between fungi and nematodes. It is the most common nematode capturing fungus, and most widespread nematode trapping fungus in nature. It was the first species of fungi documented to actively capture nematodes. The species epithet, oligospora, derives from the Greek, ολιγο ('oligo') meaning
" and σπορά ('spora') meaning

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Taxonomy ID 756982

Data source Laboratory for Conservation and Utilization of Bio-resources, Yunnan University, Kunming 650091, P. R. China

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Genome assembly: AOL24927_1.0

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