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TRITICALE accessions
STANDESTABLISHMENT_FIELDNOTES
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IDACCESSIONNAMETAXONOMYORIGINAVAILABILITYVALUE
04175T 8655 'SNOOPY RESEL (T8655)'×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.3
128474T 8656 CMH83.3267-A-1B-1Y-0Y-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
228476T 8658 CMH83.3267-A-1B-1Y-1Y-0B-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
331400T 6569 M86.6123-14-0MI×Triticosecale spp. United States3
431464T 8273 'RAH101.6-0MI-0MI-1MI'×Triticosecale spp.3
533592T 15865 SWTY90.117-2FM-1FM-2FM-1FM-6FM-2FM-0FM×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.Not Available3
636454T 16125 CTWS93WM00007S-5WM-2FM-0FM-0FM×Triticosecale spp. MexicoNot Available3
736503T 15858 CTWS93WM00102S-7WM-1WM-2WMR-0WM×Triticosecale spp. MexicoNot Available3
836506T 15862 CTWS93WM00107S-4WM-1FM-0FM-0FM×Triticosecale spp. MexicoNot Available3
937391T 15850 TCWS93B00029T-C-1FM-2FM-0FM-0FM×Triticosecale spp. MexicoNot Available3
1040647T 4490 'GWT 1-0M'×Triticosecale spp. Hungary3
1151699T 8634 CMH82.1174-1Y-1B-1Y-2B-1Y-0Y-0Y×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3
1251874T 6523 '79B066006-0MI-0MI'×Triticosecale spp. Canada3
1352018T 6539 M84.7193-1-1MI-0MI×Triticosecale spp. United States3
1452019T 6540 M84.7193-1-2MI-0MI×Triticosecale spp. United States3
1552021T 6542 M84.7193-1-5MI-0MI×Triticosecale spp. United States3
1653278T 4468 'GUELPH 119-3M-0M'×Triticosecale spp. Canada3
1753307T 6600 'EMS M83.6126 M86.7669-0MI'×Triticosecale spp. United States3
1853308T 6601 'EMS M83.6126 M86.7677-0MI'×Triticosecale spp. United States3
1953316T 6609 'EMS M83.6039 B86.4586-0MI'×Triticosecale spp. United States3
2053324T 6618 'EMS M83.6126 B86.3407-0MI'×Triticosecale spp. United States3
2153329T 6624 'EMS M83.6126 B86.4524-0MI'×Triticosecale spp. United States3
2253339T 6556 M86.7736-0MI×Triticosecale spp. Chile3
2353345T 6575 M86.6161-1-0MI×Triticosecale spp. United States3
2453346T 6576 M86.6161-BULK-0MI×Triticosecale spp. United States3
2553352T 6584 M86.8533-0MI×Triticosecale spp. United States3
2653354T 6585 M86.7687-0MI×Triticosecale spp. United States3
2754431T 2915 78PN.6086×Triticosecale spp. Canada3
2854456T 4474 'LT1.82.627-0M'×Triticosecale spp. Poland3
2954469T 4478 NAD.340-0M×Triticosecale spp. Russian Federation3
3054610T 4495 '81.128-0M'×Triticosecale spp. China3
3154613T 4506 'D14.79-0M'×Triticosecale spp. Poland3
3256860T 2895 M77.7157-0M×Triticosecale spp.3
3356863T 2964 'CID174079-1530-0M'×Triticosecale spp. Germany3
34131617G 6494 CMH85.2952-A-1B-2Y-0B×Triticosecale spp. Mexico3



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