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TRITICALE accessions
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IDACCESSIONNAMETAXONOMYORIGINAVAILABILITYVALUE
03438CWI 930 II-11613-6N-1E-2N-2E-12-1E×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
13442CWI 982 X13895-B-100Y-104B-108Y-100Y-12M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
24191CWI 824 SORGO×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
34702CWI 40741 TRITICALE×Triticosecale spp.3
416442BW 21156 CMH84.3304-A-4B-1Y-1B-1Y-0BTriticum aestivum L. subsp. aestivum Mexico3
519272CWI 40226 X8386-D-2Y-0M-100Y-103B-106Y×Triticosecale spp. United States3
623904G 2635 CMH81A.1243-7B-2Y-2B-1Y-1B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
725485CWI 40570 TL 419×Triticosecale spp. Canada3
825900T 6814 GRADO×Triticosecale spp.3
926469T 13653 'ERONGA TCL83'×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
1027599CWI 984 X13896-D-100Y-102B-100Y-100Y-3M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
1127600CWI 985 X13896-D-100Y-102B-100Y-100Y-4M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
1227601CWI 986 X13896-D-100Y-102B-100Y-100Y-5M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
1327602CWI 987 X13896-D-100Y-102B-100Y-100Y-6M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
1427603CWI 988 X13896-D-100Y-102B-100Y-100Y-7M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
1527604CWI 989 X13896-D-100Y-102B-100Y-100Y-8M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
1627608CWI 993 X13896-D-100Y-102B-100Y-100Y-13M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
1727609CWI 994 X13896-D-100Y-102B-100Y-100Y-14M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
1827624CWI 834 X13896-B-100Y-100B×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
1927625CWI 835 X13896-B-100Y-102B×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
2029120G 8838 CMH84.1142-2Y-1B-1Y-2B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
2129124G 7349 CMH84.1142-2Y-1B-1Y-2B-1Y-2B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
2229125G 7350 CMH84.1142-2Y-1B-1Y-2B-1Y-3B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
2330548T 6467 'LT1071.82-0MI-0MI'×Triticosecale spp. Poland3
2430612T 6465 'LT813.82-0MI-0MI'×Triticosecale spp. Poland3
2531445T 6466 'LT1056.82-0MI-0MI'×Triticosecale spp. Poland3
2631621T 8403 M86.6172-BULK-0MI-1YI-2MI×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.3
2749667T 6495 'SVHT 02-0MI-0MI'×Triticosecale spp. Sweden3
2851870T 6476 'LT1295.82-1Y-0MI-0MI'×Triticosecale spp. Poland3
2952570CWI 848 6TA208×Triticosecale spp.3
3052721T 6978 CMH84.957-1Y-1B-2Y-2B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
3152779T 7027 CMH83.3165-B-2B-3Y-3B-2Y-1B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
3252786T 7029 CMH83.3166-C-2B-1Y-2B-1Y-2B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
3352816T 7039 CMH84.937-1Y-2B-1Y-1B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
3453060T 7165 CTM25519-0M-500Y-0Y×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.3
3553334T 6519 'CID163987-1MI-0MI-0MI'×Triticosecale spp. Canada3
3654454T 4492 'DEXPA876.6-0M'×Triticosecale spp. Hungary3
3754612CWI 91996 KING IITriticum aestivum L. subsp. aestivum 3
3855177CWI 836 X10953-1M-100Y-102B×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
3955393CWI 837 X11090-2M-100Y-101B×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
4055782T 3865 COO5×Triticosecale spp.3
4156828T 2962 'CH 50418-0M'×Triticosecale spp. Poland3
4256830T 2967 'KT77.2-0M'×Triticosecale spp. Hungary3
4356846T 3001 'AD.292.205-0M'×Triticosecale spp. Bulgaria3
4496583BW 9568 X30552-7B-4Y-2B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
4596584BW 9569 X30552-8B-6Y-1B-1Y-0B×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
4696585BW 9570 X30552-9B-1Y-3B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
47103449CWI 1065 '6TA203-0Y'×Triticosecale spp. Canada3
48103501CWI 1048 X27119-0Y-A-1BV×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
49103532CWI 844 5454-M-M-2-1-M×Triticosecale spp. South Africa3
50103539CWI 865 UM BULK VII.9×Triticosecale spp.3
51103558CWI 832 DX13995-B-100Y-100B×Triticosecale spp. Ethiopia3
52104135CWI 39702 876D×Triticosecale spp. United States3
53104312CWI 39902 6TB4G×Triticosecale spp. United States3
54104426CWI 40048 6TA3M.2×Triticosecale spp. United States3
55104476CWI 40290 II77-124-6×Triticosecale spp. United States3
56104559CWI 40577 UC21×Triticosecale spp. United States3
57104800CWI 39947 H83.10.2×Triticosecale spp. United States3
58129095G 3317 CMH83.1156-1Y-1B-1Y-1B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
59130376G 2649 CMH83.1051-1Y-1B-1Y-0B×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
60131616G 6447 CMH82A.1227-1B-2Y-3B-4Y-3B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3



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