Phanerochaete chrysosporium ATCC 20696

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Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Opisthokonta | Fungi | Dikarya | Basidiomycota | Agaricomycotina | Agaricomycetes | Agaricomycetes incertae sedis | Polyporales | Phanerochaetaceae | Phanerochaete
Anamorph:Sporotrichum pruinosum
Common:white rot fungus (German: Weißfäulepilz)
Comment:The wood-decaying basidiomycete Phanerochaete chrysosporium does not produce mushrooms for reproduction; instead, it forms effuse, very flat fruiting bodies that appear as a crust on wood. Phanerochaete chrysosporium is the most intensively studied white-rot fungus. White-rot fungi degrade lignin, the brown polymer that surrounds and protects the cellulose microfibrils of plant cells. As part of their lignin-degrading enzyme system, these fungi produce unique peroxidases and oxidases that are also capable of degrading compounds related to lignin that are present in toxic wastes, pesticides, and explosive contaminated materials.
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Type Version Date Compl Cov GC % Size (Mbp) Contigs CGR Illegal Chars N50 (kbp) Acc File Seq info
Contigs v 1.0.0 2016-09-20 Dna_compl 56.47 56.5 39.2 174Info - 966 - Chromosome Comment

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