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Diaporthe cf heveae 1 LGMF1633
Culture of the strain Diaporthe cf. heveae 1 LGMF1633 (CMRP3912) 10 days after inoculation on PDA medium at 23°C. Photo credit: Sandriele Noriler

This genome was sequenced as part of the 1000 Fungal Genomes Project - Deep Sequencing of Ecologically-relevant Dikarya. Within the framework of this project, we are sequencing keystone lineages of saprophytic, mycorrhizal, and endophytic fungi that are of special ecological importance. Dozens of sequenced species were harvested from Long Term Observatories to serve as the foundation for a reference database for metagenomics of fungi and for a comprehensive survey of the soil fungal metatranscriptome.

The strain Diaporthe cf. heveae 1 LGMF1633 (CMRP3912) was isolated as an endophyte of leaves of Vochysiae divergens from the Pantanal biome in Brazil (Noriler et al., 2018).

Researchers who wish to publish analyses using data from unpublished CSP genomes are respectfully required to contact the PI and JGI to avoid potential conflicts on data use and coordinate other publications with the CSP master paper(s).


Noriler, S. A., Savi, D. C., Aluizio, R., Palácio-Cortes, A. M., Possiede, Y. M., and Glienke, C., 2018. Bioprospecting and structure of fungal endophyte communities found in the Brazilian Biomes, Pantanal, and Cerrado. Front. microbiol. 9:1526. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2018.01526.