About the Fusarium graminearum genome
Fusarium graminearum, also known by Gibberella zeae (by which name it was previously known in Ensembl Fungi), is one of the causal agents of head blight disease in wheat and barley. This devastating pathogen and other head blight causes important losses in crops worldwide.
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Taxonomy ID 5518
Data source Rothamsted Research
'Expressed Sequence Tags' (ESTs) from dbEST are aligned to the genome using Exonerate.