These "chromosomes" have been constructed from the 16 largest scaffolds from the JCVI afl1 v2.0 assembly of the Aspergillus flavus genome. Similarity with Aspergillus oryzae was used to determine the pairing of the scaffolds into chromosome arms, and the direction of each scaffold.

You can click on a chromosome arm to be taken to the genome browser at the corresponding location in the scaffold. The purple markers under the chromsomes indicate the positions of known clusters of genes. You can hover the mouse pointer over these markers to get more information on the cluster, or click on the marker to be taken to the genome browser at the location of the cluster.

You can also download a list of all A.flavus gene positions on scaffolds (from the JCVI v2.0 assembly) as a tab-delimited text file or as an Excel file.