Microbotryum silenes-dioicae (MsdSdi1)

About Microbotryum silenes-dioicae (GCA_900120095.1)

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Microbotryum silenes-dioicae is a species of fungus first isolated from Brittany, France. Its name refers to its host species, Silene dioica. The fungus is the cause of anther-smut disease, which results in fungal spores replacing the pollen in the anthers. The species that most resembles ‘’M. silenes-dioicae’’ morphologically is M. lychnidis-dioicae.

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Taxonomy ID 796604

Data source ESE

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Genome assembly: MsdSdi1

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