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Table 2 Assembly statistics of the grapevine trunk pathogen genomes analyzed

From: Distinctive expansion of gene families associated with plant cell wall degradation, secondary metabolism, and nutrient uptake in the genomes of grapevine trunk pathogens

Species1 Disease Assembly size (Mb) Scaffolds Scaffold N50 length (Kb) Scaffold L50 count Gene space completeness2 (%) Reference
Dia. ampelina (DA912) Phomopsis dieback3 47.4 2,392 132.3 103 94.8 This work
Dip. seriata (DS831) Botryosphaeria dieback 37.1 695 304.2 39 96.0 This work
P. chlamydospora (UCR-PC4) Esca 27.5 702 178.6 50 95.6 This work
E. lata (UCR-EL1) Eutypa dieback 54.0 2,334 68.3 239 93.2 [23]
T. minima (UCR-PA7) Esca 47.5 624 334.6 45 95.2 [24]
N.parvum (UCR-NP2) Botryosphaeria dieback 42.6 1,297 83.6 149 97.2 [25]
F. mediterranea (MF3/22) Esca complex 63.4 1,412 4,291.5 6 96.4 [37]
S. hirsutum (FP-91666) Esca complex 46.5 159 1,799.0 9 96.4 [37]
  1. 1The name of the isolate that was sequenced is shown in parenthesis
  2. 2Based on CEGMA analysis [40]. Percentages refer to complete KOGs mapped onto the scaffolds
  3. 3 Dia. ampelina is also the causal agent of Phomopsis cane and leaf spot, a fruit and foliar disease that affects green tissues