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Table 1 Tomato samples analyzed in this study

From: Evidence of cryptic introgression in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) based on wild tomato species alleles

Species Accession or line Descriptiona
Solanum habrochaites PI 126445 collected from Peru in 1937, source of Cyc-B, green-fruited
Solanum pennellii PI 414773 collected from Peru in 1976, source of I-1, I-3, green-fruited
Solanum peruvianum G 32592 (LA4125) naturally selfing, collected from Chile in 2001, green-fruited
Solanum peruvianum LA1537 artificially inbred from PI 128650 collected from Chile in 1938 and source of Tm-2a, green-fruited
Solanum arcanum b G 32591 (LA2157) naturally selfing, collected from Peru in 1980, source of Cm QTLs, green-fruited
Solanum pimpinellifolium PI 370093 traces back to Vaughan Seed Co., Chicago, USA, circa 1930, source of Cf-2, Cf-3, Pto, red-fruited
Solanum lycopersicum PI 303801 Peru Wild (syn. with Utah 665) from Utah Agr. Expt. Sta., source of Ve, red-fruited
Solanum lycopersicum b PI 99782 Tomate, collected in 1932 from Peru, red-fruited
Solanum lycopersicum b PI 109834 Merville des Marchés, collected in 1935 from France, red-fruited
Solanum lycopersicum b PI 129026 unnamed, collected in 1938 from Ecuador, red-fruited
Solanum lycopersicum b PI 129128 unnamed, collected in 1938 from Panama, red-fruited
Solanum lycopersicum b PI 196297 unnamed, collected in 1951 from Nicaragua, red-fruited
Solanum lycopersicum b PI 258474 unnamed, collected in 1959 from Ecuador, red-fruited
Solanum lycopersicum b PI 258478 unnamed, collected in 1959 from Peru, red-fruited
Solanum lycopersicum b PI 390510 unnamed, collected in 1974 from Ecuador, red-fruited
Solanum lycopersicum b TA496 from S. Tanksley, Cornell Univ., developed in 1990s from E6203 x Vendor-Tm-2a, red-fruited
  1. Germplasm sources of sequenced alleles in wild and cultivated tomato accessions.
  2. a For complete references tracing history of these germplasm sources used for introgression breeding see [26].
  3. b Sequences published in [25].