Detection and Identification of Novel Genes from Fungi Isolated from Wastewater

  • Mohammad Ibrahim Khalil Environmental science and Technology College, University of Mosul, Mosul, Iraq
Keywords: wastewater, new fungi genes, Khosr river, Mosul city

Abstract

     The environment in Mosul city is very rich, containing a wide variety of microorganisms which have not been recognised for a long time. Five new fungal genes were identified and registered for the first time in the gene bank. These included Fusarium falciforme 2020-06-MIK-F1 genes for 5.8S rRNA with Accession no. LC555741, Nectriaceae sp. 2020-06-MIK-F2 genes for ITS1 with Accession no. LC555742, Trichoderma asperellum MIK3 genes for 5.8S rRNA with Accession no. LC575020, Penecillum sp. MIK4 genes for 5.8S rRNA with Accession no. LC575021, and Neurospora crassa MIK5 genes for 5.8S rRNA with Accession no. LC575022.   These fungal genes were isolated from wastewater of Khosr river in Mosul city/ Iraq, which has many contamination sources.

Published
2021-08-31
How to Cite
Khalil, M. I. (2021). Detection and Identification of Novel Genes from Fungi Isolated from Wastewater. Iraqi Journal of Science, 62(8), 2509-2513. https://doi.org/10.24996/ijs.2021.62.8.3
Section
Biology