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TRITICALE accessions
BROAD ADAPTATION
Code: Wide Adaptation

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IDACCESSIONNAMETAXONOMYORIGINAVAILABILITYVALUE
029999T 15867 'POLLMER_2.1.1'×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.Wide Adaptation
156912T 16606 CTSS94Y00465T-C-2M-0Y-0B-1Y-0B-2B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. MexicoWide Adaptation
256913T 16607 CTSS94Y00465T-C-2M-0Y-0B-3Y-0B-5B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. MexicoWide Adaptation
356920T 16586 CTSS94Y00486T-E-1M-0Y-0B-1Y-0B-4B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. MexicoWide Adaptation
479354T 16588 CTSS95Y00522T-B-1Y-0M-0Y-0B-3B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. MexicoWide Adaptation
5127872T 16435 CTSS98Y00236S-0M-1Y-0M-0Y-8B-1Y-0B×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.Wide Adaptation
6133188T 16651 CTSS99Y00115S-1Y-0M-0Y-8B-1Y-0B×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.Wide Adaptation
7133189T 16483 CTSS99Y00115S-1Y-0M-0Y-8B-2Y-0B×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.Wide Adaptation
8133206T 16436 'BICENTENARIO TCL2010'×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.Wide Adaptation
9134595T 16740 CTSS99B00019S-0M-8Y-9M-1Y-3M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. MexicoWide Adaptation
10134615T 17011 CTSS99B00483S-0M-10Y-11M-2Y-1M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.Wide Adaptation
11134625T 16754 CTSS99B00688S-0TOPY-0M-14Y-6M-1Y-1M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. MexicoWide Adaptation
12135207T 16901 CTSS00Y00230S-0Y-0M-10Y-6M-3Y-4M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.Wide Adaptation
13137155T 17012 CTSS01Y00040S-1M-3Y-3Y-4M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.Wide Adaptation
14137157T 16935 CTSS01Y00040S-1M-5Y-3Y-3M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.Wide Adaptation
15137168T 16926 CTSS01Y00150S-4Y-010M-1Y-10M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.Wide Adaptation
16138750T 16950 CTSS01B00026S-29M-4Y-2Y-3M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.Wide Adaptation



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