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Supplemental Material for Iwanicki et al., 2021

posted on 2021-12-01, 16:28 authored by Natasha Sant´Anna Iwanicki, Ana Beatriz Riguetti Zanardo Botelho, Ingeborg Klingen, Italo Delalibera Júnior, Simeon Rossmann, Erik Lysøe

Additional file 1. R script used to generate the phylogenetic tree. ; Additional file 2. Table S1. Main assembly summary assessed with QUAST tool in four de novo assemblers used to reconstruct the genome of Metarhizium humberi ESALQ1638.Table S2. The Geographical origin and host/substrate from each Metarhizium strain; Additional file 3. Table S2. List of repetitive elements in the genome of Metarhizium humberi ESALQ1638; Additional file 4. Table S3. List of repetitive elements in Metarhizium genomes; Additional file 5. Table S4. InterPro categories related to transcription factors; Additional file 6. Table S5. InterProScan analysis and comparison of Metarhizium humberi ESALQ1638 with other 10 Metarhizium genomes and outgroups. ; Additional file 7. Figure S1. Pipeline for analysis of M. humberi ESALQ1638. ; Additional file 8. tRNAscan analyses. ; Additional file 9. Orthologous genes 1.; Additional file 10. Orthologous genes 2. ; Additional file 11. InterPro category.; Additional file 12. Unique proteins Metarhizium humberi ESALQ1638.; Additional file 13. Enriched molecular function in Metarhizium humberi ESALQ1638 without orthologs in another genome sequenced of Metarhizium.; Additional file 14. Figure S1. Pipeline for analysis of Metarhizium humberi ESALQ1638 secretome. Additional file 15. Secretome.; Additional file 16. Pathogen-host interaction (PHI) dataset.


Article title

Genomic signatures and insights into host niche adaptation of the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium humberi