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Table 1 T. monococcum accessions used in this study

From: DArT markers: diversity analyses, genomes comparison, mapping and integration with SSR markers in Triticum monococcum

Accession Variety Origin Country Year of collection Growth habit Donors Resources
MDR001 flavescens Algeria - Spring JIC6 Transformable12
MDR002 atriaristatum Balkans - Spring JIC Transformable12, mapping population
MDR024 hornemannii; flavescens Chechen 1904 Spring VIR7  
MDR037 macedonicum Armenia 1934 Spring VIR  
MDR040 vulgare; macedonicum Bulgaria 1940 Spring VIR Mapping population
MDR043 vulgare Greece 1950 Spring VIR Mapping population
MDR044 hornemannii Turkey 1965 Spring VIR Mapping population
MDR045 vulgare Denmark 1970 Spring VIR  
MDR046 atriaristatum/macedonicum Romania 1970 Spring VIR  
MDR047 macedonicum; vulgare Hungary 1970 Winter VIR  
MDR049 pseudohornemannii Iran   Winter VIR  
MDR0501   Italy   Spring JIC EMS mutagenised population13
MDR217   Turkey   Spring USDA8 Mapping population
MDR229   Spain   Spring USDA Mapping population
MDR3082   Italy   Spring UC Davis9 BAC library, genetic map, EST library, mapping populations
MDR6503   Iran    USDA  
MDR6524   Turkey    ACPFG10 Mapping populations
MDR6575   ?    MPI11 Mapping populations
  1. 1Selection from a cross between T. monococcum and T. sinskajae (Korzun et al., 1998) [42].
  2. 2T. monococcum DV92; provided by Jorge Dubcovsky, UC Davies, USA.
  3. 3T. monococcum PI 355520 from USDA, ARS, USA.
  4. 4T. monococcum AUS16273-2; provided by Dr. Yuri Shavrukov, ACPFG, Australia.
  5. 5T. monococcum L118; provided by Benjamin Killian, MPI, Cologne, Germany.
  6. 6John Innes Centre, Norwich, United Kingdom.
  7. 7N. I. Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation.
  8. 8United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Aberdeen, ID, USA.
  9. 9University of California, Davis, CA, USA.
  10. 10Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics, Canberra, Australia.
  11. 11Max Planck Institute, Cologne, Germany.
  12. 12Huw Jones, Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, UK, personal communication.
  13. 13Kay Denyer, John Innes Centre, UK, personal communication.