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The locations of a gene on a bacterial chromosome is determined arbitrarily, so you would not expect coding sequences to necessarily have the same numerical values. Remember that the bacteria's transcription machinery will use promoters in the genetic sequence to determine where to start transcription, so the actual start location doesn't really matter -- ...
The standard source for open-access nucleotide sequences is GenBank. Searching for Fusarium in GenBank gives 440421 hits, but these are shorter reads, not full genomes. Depending on your purpose, they may be useful to you. You may also be interested in assemblies, which are collections of aligned reads stitched together, often at the scale of whole ...
There are several strains of three different species of Fusarium available for download at the Broad Institute: http://www.broadinstitute.org/annotation/genome/fusarium_group/MultiHome.html Follow the links to Download on the sidebar.
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