Rhizopus stolonifer (Rstol_CA)

About Rhizopus stolonifer (GCA_003325415.1)

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Rhizopus stolonifer is commonly known as black bread mold. It is a member of Zygomycota and considered the most important species in the genus Rhizopus. It is one of the most common fungi in the world and has a global distribution although it is most commonly found in tropical and subtropical regions. It is a common agent of decomposition of stored foods. Like other members of the genus Rhizopus, R. stolonifer grows rapidly, mostly in indoor environments.

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Taxonomy ID 4846

Data source University of California, Riverside

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Genome assembly: Rstol_CA

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