Beauveria bassiana ARSEF 2860

Category
Fungi
Phylum
Ascomycota
Class
Sordariomycetes
Order
Hypocreales
Family
Cordycipitaceae
Genus
Beauveria
Species
bassiana
Strain
ARSEF 2860
Host
Insect
Status
Draft
Source
NCBI

Beauveria bassiana is a fungus that grows naturally in soils throughout the world and acts as a parasite infecting various insects, including silkworm, causing white muscardine disease. B. bassiana was discovered by Agostinio Bassi in 1835 from infected silkworms. The genome sequence of B. bassiana ARSEF 2860 was determined by Dr. Chengshu Wang [1] using NGS methods, by which a 33.7 Mb assembly and 10366 protein-coding genes were obtained [1]. We downloaded the genome data sets from the NCBI.

Fig.1 Beauveria bassiana infected silkworm [1].      Fig.2 Beauveria bassiana infected cicada [2]. Fig.3 Beauveria bassiana [2].

Data summary of B. bassiana ARSEF 2860

Data TypeRecordsLength (bp or aa)
Assembly23733697794
Gene1036417344745
mRNA1036415547950
Protein103645172286
Exon2831715576267

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Acknowledgements:

  • Thank Dr. George Barron for providing amazing images.