What can you find in Ensembl Genomes?
Developed jointly with Gramene (a resource for plant genomics based at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory) and contains data for flowering plants, both monocots and dicots, mosses and algae. We have a number of different rice species and strains, as well as a comprehensive wheat genome.
Includes the genomes of a number of Apicomplexa species (including the causative agents of malaria), Leishmania major, the slime mould Dictyostelium discoideum, as well as other diatom and pathogenic species. Some Ensembl Protists species have phenotype and other functional annotation provided by Phytopath. Some genomes are imported directly from the INSDC.
Includes the genomes of model species such as Sacchromyces cerevisiae, Schizosaccharomyces pombe, and Neurospora crassa, as well as a number of phytopathogens. Some Ensembl Fungi species have phenotype and other functional annotation provided by Phytopath. Some genomes are imported directly from the INSDC.
Ensembl Bacteria has over 50,000 bacterial and archaeal genomes, with many species and strains represented by multiple genomes. All of these, including their annotation, are imported directly from the INSDC.