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Table 1 Basic statistics of the F. venenatum and F. graminearum genomes

From: Inter-genome comparison of the Quorn fungus Fusarium venenatum and the closely related plant infecting pathogen Fusarium graminearum

  F. venenatum F. graminearum
Genome size (bp)a 38,660,329 38,060,440
Scaffoldsb 5 5
GC (%) contentc 47.7 (47.6d) 48.2 (48.0d)
Spanned gaps 37 1
Predicted genes 13,946 14,164
Average gene length (bp) 1388 1372
Average exon per gene 2.78 2.76
Average exon length (bp) 500 497
Average intron length (bp) 71 74
Repetitive (%)d 1.18 1.03
Transposable elements (%)d 0.54 0.29
BUSCOe C:98%, F:1.2%, M:0% C:98%, F:1.5%, M:0%
Average centromere length (range) kbp 45 (40–52) 60 (56–65)
ENA project accession PRJEB7533 PRJEB5475
  1. aincluding all scaffolds, N bases, and the mitochondria
  2. bincluding all scaffolds, N bases excluding the mitochondria
  3. cexcluding N’s and mitochondria
  4. dexcluding N’s, mitochondria and large repetitive sequence at the carboxyl end of chromosome 4
  5. e1438 core fungal genes from BUSCO, C = complete single copy, F = fragmented, M = missing