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Table 1 Accessions used in this study: their type, taxonomical classification and geographical provenance

From: Geographical distribution of genetic diversity in Secale landrace and wild accessions

Type Taxon No. of accessions No. of individuals Provenance
Wild S. strictum, S. africanum, S. vavilovii 8 44 Iran, Italy, South Africa, Turkey.
Feral S. cereale subsp. afghanicum, ancestrale, dighoricum, segetale 17 97 Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Pakistan, Russia, Spain Sweden, Turkey, Turkmenistan.
Cultivated Landraces S. cereale subsp. cereale 48 275 Afghanistan, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Montenegro, Morocco, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Turkey, Ukraine.
Cultivated elite breeds S. cereale subsp. cereale 3 18 Germany, Sweden, USA.