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Table 1 List and characteristics of the fungal genomes belonging to the subphylum Pezizomycota archived in SNUGB.

From: SNUGB: a versatile genome browser supporting comparative and functional fungal genomics

Speciesa Size (Mb) # of ORFs # of Exons Cb Ib Eb Source Refs
Fungi (Kingdom)e         
   Ascomycota (Phylum)         
Pezizomycotina (Subphylum)         
A: Botrytis cinerea T: Botryotinia fuckeliana 42.7 16,448 43,358 N Y N BI N
Sclerotinia sclerotiorum 38.3 14,522 40,623 N Y N BI N
Aspergillus clavatus 27.9 9,121 27,959 N Y N BI [17, 44]
Aspergillus flavus 36.8 12,604 40,971 N Y N BI [16]
Aspergillus fumigatus AF293 29.4 9,887 28,164 8 Y N TIGR [45]
Aspergillus fumigatus A1163 29.2 9,929 29,094 N Y N TIGR [44]
A:Aspergillus nidulans T:Emericella nidulans 30.1 10,701 35,525 8 Y N BI [14]
Aspergillus niger ATCC1015 37.2 11,200 34,971 N Y N JGI N
Aspergillus niger CBS513.88 34.0 14,086 50,371 8 Y N NCBI [38]
A: Aspergillus oryzae T: Eurotium oryzae 37.1 12,063 35,319 N Y N DOGAN [46]
Aspergillus terreus 29.3 10,406 33,116 N Y N BI [17]
A:Aspergillus fischerianus T: Neosartorya fischerid 32.6 10,403 N N N N BI [44]
Penicillium chrysogenum 32.2 12,791 40,441 N N N NCBI [47]
Penicillium marneffei 28.5 10,638 34,306 N N N TIGR N
Coccidioides immitis RS 28.9 10,457 36,137 N Y N BI N
Coccidioides immitis H538.4 27.7 10,663 34,503 N Y N BI N
Coccidioides immitis RMSCC 2394 28.8 10,408 34,807 N Y N BI N
Coccidioides immitis RMSCC 3703 27.6 10,465 33,931 N Y N BI N
Coccidioides posadasii Silveria 27.5 10,125 33,520 N Y N BI N
Coccidioides posadasii C735 26.7 N N N N N BI N
Coccidioides posadasii CPA0001 28.7 N N N N N BI N
Coccidioides posadasii CPA0020 27.3 N N N N N BI N
Coccidioides posadasii CPA0066 27.7 N N N N N BI N
Coccidioides posadasii RMSCC 1037 26.7 N N N N N BI N
Coccidioides posadasii RMSCC 1038 26.2 N N N N N BI N
Coccidioides posadasii RMSCC 1040 26.5 N N N N N BI N
Coccidioides posadasii RMSCC 2133 27.9 N N N N N BI N
Coccidioides posadasii RMSCC 3488 28.1 9,964 33,484 N Y N BI N
Coccidioides posadasii RMSCC 3700 25.5 N N N N N BI N
Paracoccidioides brasiliensis Pb01 33.0 9,136 37,310 N Y N BI N
Paracoccidioides brasiliensis Pb03 29.1 9,264 31,468 N Y N BI N
Paracoccidioides brasiliensis Pb18 30.0 8,741 33,239 N Y N BI N
Blastomyces dermatitidis 61.8 N N N N N WGSC N
A: Histoplasma capsulatum G217B T: Ajellomyces capsulatus G217B 41.3 8,038 26,711f N Y N WGSC N
A: Histoplasma capsulatum G186AR T: Ajellomyces capsulatus G186AR 29.9 7,454 24,562f N Y N WGSC N
A: Histoplasma capsulatum NAm1 T: Ajellomyces capsulatus NAm1 33.0 9,349 32,844 N Y N BI N
A: Histoplasma capsulatum H143 T: Ajellomyces capsulatus H143 39.0 7,365 25,164f N Y N BI N
A: Histoplasma capsulatum H88 T: Ajellomyces capsulatus H88 37.9 7,428 25,356f N Y N BI N
A: Arthroderma gypseum T: Microsporum gypseum 23.3 8,876 28,624 N Y N BI N
Microsporum canis 23.3 N N N N N BI N
Trichophyton equinum 24.2 N N N N N BI N
Ascosphaera apis 21.6 N N N N N BGM [48]
Uncinocarpus reesii 22.3 7,798 24,094 N Y N BI N
Chaetomium globosum d 34.9 11,124 N N N N BI N
Epichloe festucae 27.0 N N N N N OU N
A: Fusarium graminearum PH-1 T: Gibberella zeae PH-1 36.6 13,321 37,549 N Y N BI [37]
A: Fusarium graminearum GZ3639 T:Gibberella zeae GZ3639c 15.1 6,694 11,692f N Y N BI [37]
Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici 4286 61.4 17,608 47,051 15 Y N BI N
A: Fusarium verticillioides 7600 T:Gibberella moniliformis 7600 41.9 14,199 39,058 N Y N BI N
A: Fusarium solani MPVI T:Nectria haematococca MPVI 51.3 15,707 48,387 N Y N JGI N
A: Pyricularia oryzae 70–15 T:Magnaporthe oryzae 70–15 41.6 12,841 34,189 7 Y Y BI [49]
A: Pyricularia oryzae 70–15 chromosome 7 T:Magnaporthe oryzae 70–15 chromosome 7 4.0 1,122 3,289 1 Y N   [50]
Cryphonectria parasitica 43.9 11,184 33,090 N N N JGI N
Neurospora crassa OR74A 39.2 9,842 27,188 8 Y N BI [51]
Podospora anserina DSM980 35.7 10,596 24,437 9 Y N IGM [52]
Trichoderma atroviride IMI206040 36.1 11,100 32,563 N Y N JGI N
A:Trichoderma reesei QM6a T: Hypocrea jecorina QM6a 33.5 9,129 27,891 N Y N JGI [53]
A:Trichoderma virens Gv29-8 T:Hypocrea virens Gv29-8 38.8 11,643 34,673 N Y N JGI N
Talaromyces stipitatus ATCC 10500 35.6 N N N N N TIGR N
Verticillium dahliae VaLs. 17 33.9 10,575 29,736 N N N BI N
Verticillium albo-atrum VaMs. 102 32.9 10,239 28,842 N N N BI N
Alternaria brassicicola 32.0 N N N N N WGSC N
A:Bipolaris maydis T:Cochliobolus heterostrophus C5 34.9 9,633 28,007 N N N JGI N
Pyrenophora tritici-repentis 38.0 12,169 32,717 N Y N BI N
A: Septoria tritici T: Mycosphaerella graminicola 41.9 11,395 30,629 N Y N JGI N
A:Paracercospora fijiensis T:Mycosphaerella fijiensis 73.4 10,327 25,289 N Y N JGI N
A: Stagonospora nodorum T: Phaeosphaeria nodorum 37.2 16,597 44,017 N Y N BI [54]
Total 2,844.0 637,006 1,755,655 8 43 1   
  1. aA indicates anamorph name and T presents teleomorph name of fungi.
  2. bC means chromosomes, I indicates InterPro, and E presents EST.
  3. cIncomplete coverage of genome information
  4. dInsufficient exon/intron information
  5. eTaxonomy based on [28]
  6. fORFs and exons were predicted by AUGUSTUS 2.0.3 with species-specific training datasets [55].
  7. 'Y' indicates the existence of information in each field, and 'N' indicates the lack of information.