TRITICALE accessions
Values: 128.00143.50

Selected item(s) below:

027624CWI 834 X13896-B-100Y-100B×Triticosecale spp. Mexico135
127817T 8353 M75.6448-5M-1M-0M-1MI-0MI-0MI-1YI-1MI×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.135
227818T 8354 M75.6448-5M-1M-0M-1MI-0MI-0MI-1YI-2MI×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.135
331553T 8328 'GUELPH118-2M-0M-0MI-0MI-1YI-1MI'×Triticosecale spp. Canada140
431625T 9654 BK84.266-1MI-0MI-1MI-0WM×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.130
531711T 9635 'CID104886-M86-6046-0MI-2Y-0WM'×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.130
636741T 3878 MT4107.79.4×Triticosecale spp. Poland130
751844T 6820 MAH 771.3×Triticosecale spp. Poland135
851867T 4927 'LT1.790.81-0M'×Triticosecale spp. PolandNot Available135
951976T 6804 M87.366-15×Triticosecale spp.Oregon, United States130
1051981T 6809 M87.387-41×Triticosecale spp.Oregon, United States130
1152015T 4909 WFM76.6369-1M-0M-0M×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.Not Available130
1252283T 2879 M76.6369-1M-0M×Triticosecale spp.130
1352304T 7201 166H(51TA)×Triticosecale spp. AustraliaNot Available130
1452307T 7202 166H(99MT)×Triticosecale spp. AustraliaNot Available140
1552721T 6978 CMH84.957-1Y-1B-2Y-2B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico130
1653060T 7165 CTM25519-0M-500Y-0Y×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.130
1754429T 3867 76PN.1318.E2.E1×Triticosecale spp. Canada130
1854436T 4461 'GUELPH 98-2M-0M'×Triticosecale spp. Canada135
1954469T 4478 NAD.340-0M×Triticosecale spp. Russian Federation130
2054476T 4485 HAD.430-3M-0M×Triticosecale spp. Russian Federation130
2154486T 2882 M77.6530-2M-0M×Triticosecale spp.140
2254487T 4452 M77.6356-6Y-3M-0M-1M-0M×Triticosecale spp.130
2354488T 4453 M77.6356-6Y-3M-0M-2M-0M×Triticosecale spp.140
2454489T 4454 M77.6356-6Y-3M-0M-3M-0M×Triticosecale spp.135
2554605T 2893 H77.258.5-0M×Triticosecale spp.135
2654611T 4496 '81.135-0M'×Triticosecale spp. China130
2754612CWI 91996 KING IITriticum aestivum L. subsp. aestivum 135
2855175CWI 1041 X22436-100Y-5Y-3M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico135
2955393CWI 837 X11090-2M-100Y-101B×Triticosecale spp. Mexico140
3055628CWI 823 6TA206.20×Triticosecale spp. United States135
3156031G 2327 X30276-1B-4Y-2B-1Y-1B-2Y-1B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. MexicoNot Available130
3256829T 2966 'TCL#64-0M'×Triticosecale spp. Hungary130
3356830T 2967 'KT77.2-0M'×Triticosecale spp. Hungary135
3456832T 2979 'CR426-0M'×Triticosecale spp. Poland135
3556836T 2985 'CZR516-0M'×Triticosecale spp. Poland130
3656837T 2987 'MT29.76.515-0M'×Triticosecale spp. Poland135
3756839T 2989 'MT2583.79.3-0M'×Triticosecale spp. Poland130
3856855T 2880 M77.6356.64-3M-0M×Triticosecale spp.135
3956860T 2895 M77.7157-0M×Triticosecale spp.130
4056861T 2901 M79.8225-0M×Triticosecale spp.135
4156863T 2964 'CID174079-1530-0M'×Triticosecale spp. Germany130
4256872T 3870 GID 184915×Triticosecale spp. Canada130
4357453CWI 827 X16641-102B×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.140
4476260CWI 29076 EMPAT×Triticosecale spp. Australia140
4576283CWI 29112 USA-TCL 59×Triticosecale spp.Montana, United States140
46103490CWI 829 X16668-104B×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.130
47103494CWI 831 X16668-106B×Triticosecale spp. Mexico140
48103501CWI 1048 X27119-0Y-A-1BV×Triticosecale spp. Mexico140
49103505CWI 1052 X17703-0Y-1BV-1BV×Triticosecale spp. Mexico130
50103535CWI 847 6962×Triticosecale spp.130
51103538CWI 863 UM BULK VI.7×Triticosecale spp. Canada135
52103548CWI 874 W74.60×Triticosecale spp. Canada130
53103550CWI 876 W74.205×Triticosecale spp. Canada140
54103562CWI 851 D71038-110×Triticosecale spp. Canada130
55103575CWI 854 D71043-55×Triticosecale spp.140
56103576CWI 853 D71043-39×Triticosecale spp.135
57103577CWI 852 D71043-8×Triticosecale spp.140
58104173CWI 39745 6TA9K×Triticosecale spp. United States140
59104239CWI 39819 6TA7C.3×Triticosecale spp. United States140
60104323CWI 39913 6TB619×Triticosecale spp. United States140
61104422CWI 40044 6TA1C.1×Triticosecale spp. United States140
62104438CWI 40061 6TA0G×Triticosecale spp. United States130
63104908CWI 40344 II7886S-F2×Triticosecale spp. United States140
64105062CWI 40916 GID 295702×Triticosecale spp. CanadaNot Available135
65132293G 9862 CMH90.547-2B-4Y×Triticosecale spp. MexicoNot Available130

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