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Table 1 Wild and cultivated rice accessions, and their F1 offspring used in this study. IRRI, International Rice Research Institute

From: Wild rice harbors more root endophytic fungi than cultivated rice in the F1 offspring after crossbreeding

Species Seed source Sample name Genome Distribution
Oryza barthii (African wild rice) IRRI Af-W AA Western, eastern and southern Africa
O. glaberrima (African cultivated rice No. 2) Jiangxi, China AfC1 AA West Africa
O. glaberrima (African cultivated rice No. 4) Jiangxi, China AfC2 AA
African wild rice × African cultivated rice No. 2 IRRI Af-H AA Western, eastern and southern Africa
O. nivara (nivara wild rice No. 1) IRRI NW1 AA Tropical and sub-tropical Asia
O. nivara (nivara wild rice No. 2) IRRI NW2 AA
nivara wild rice No. 1 × Asian cultivated rice indica IRRI NW-H AA
O. ruffipogon (common wild rice No. 1) IRRI CW1 AA Tropical and sub-tropical Asia
O. ruffipogon (common wild rice No. 2) IRRI CW2 AA
common wild rice No. 1 × Asian cultivated rice japonica IRRI CW-H AA
O. sativa subsp. indica (Asian cultivated rice, indica) Jiangxi, China InC AA China
O. sativa subsp. japonica (Asian cultivated rice, japonica) Jiangxi, China JaC AA