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Accessions evaluated for: AWNTYPE_FIELDNOTES in study MEXICALI_14-15PA_TID52660




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IDACCESSIONNAMETAXONOMYIMAGEORIGINAVAILABILITYVALUEOBSERVATIONSNOTE
027624CWI 834 X13896-B-100Y-100B×Triticosecale spp. MexicoAWNED
152570CWI 848 6TA208×Triticosecale spp.AWNED
253195CWI 1053 X23315-0YA-1BV×Triticosecale spp. MexicoAWNED
355175CWI 1041 X22436-100Y-5Y-3M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. MexicoAWNED
455393CWI 837 X11090-2M-100Y-101B×Triticosecale spp. MexicoAWNED
576260CWI 29076 EMPAT×Triticosecale spp. AustraliaAWNED
676283CWI 29112 USA-TCL 59×Triticosecale spp.Montana, United StatesAWNED
776322CWI 29151 USA-TCL 157×Triticosecale spp.Montana, United StatesAWNED
8103448CWI 1063 'W74.223-1Y-0Y'×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.AWNED
9103452CWI 1073 M75.7186.2×Triticosecale spp.AWNED
10103501CWI 1048 X27119-0Y-A-1BV×Triticosecale spp. MexicoAWNED
11103505CWI 1052 X17703-0Y-1BV-1BV×Triticosecale spp. MexicoAWNED
12103506CWI 1054 GID 289676×Triticosecale spp. CIMMYT,INT.AWNED
13103508CWI 1064 X71043-B-0D-2TL-0D-1M-1M-0Y×Triticosecale spp. CanadaAWNED
14103511CWI 1075 X27188-0YA-0BV×Triticosecale spp. MexicoAWNED
15103512CWI 1076 X21843-0YA-1BV×Triticosecale spp. MexicoAWNED
16103532CWI 844 5454-M-M-2-1-M×Triticosecale spp. South AfricaAWNED
17103534CWI 846 6964×Triticosecale spp.AWNED
18103537CWI 862 UM BULK VI.1×Triticosecale spp. CanadaAWNED
19103542CWI 868 UM BULK XII.10×Triticosecale spp. CanadaAWNED
20103550CWI 876 W74.205×Triticosecale spp. CanadaAWNED
21103560CWI 850 X1489-5D-4D×Triticosecale spp. MexicoAWNED
22103576CWI 853 D71043-39×Triticosecale spp.AWNED
23103577CWI 852 D71043-8×Triticosecale spp.AWNED
24103454CWI 1074 'A810-M-M-8-4-1-M'×Triticosecale spp. Russian FederationMIXED


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