Venturia effusa (ASM773564v1)


About Venturia effusa (GCA_007735645.1)


Venturia effusa is a sexual species in the fungal genus Venturia. Venturia effusa was first described in 1885. Venturia effusa is a fungal pathogen of pecan trees (Carya illinoinensis), on which it causes pecan scab. The fungus is highly pathogenic and causes substantial economic losses throughout the southeastern United States.

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Taxonomy ID 50376

Data source Massey University

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Genome assembly: ASM773564v1

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