Key to gene symbol "germplasm" information

i:Near-isogenic stocks, with number of backcrosses indicated. tv:Tetraploid stocks.
s:Homologous chromosome-substitution stocks, with number of backcrosses indicated. tv2:Tetraploid stocks with two or more genes affecting the trait.
tr:Translocation line of common wheat. idv:Near-isogenic line of diploid wheat.
v:Cultivaral hexaploid stocks in increasing order of genetic complexity. dv:Diploid stocks.
v2:Cultivaral hexaploid stocks with two or more genes affecting the trait. al:Alien species.
ad:Alien chromo some addition line. ma:Reference to mapping information involving agronomic and morphological traits and molecular markers under gene entries will generally be restricted to values of less than 10 cM. Values higher than this would be of less use in genetics and plant breeding and, in any case, should be available from the genetic linkage section of the Catalogue or from genetic maps. Higher values will be used in the case of flanking markers.
su:Alien chromosome substitution line. c:Cloning details and gene structure
itv:Near-isogenic tetraploid stocks.

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Pacific Bluestem

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habit = Spring
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{susceptible = Sr
resistant = Lg}
# CItr 4067
@ USDA-ARS (USA)INFO >USDA >GRIS
  
released: 1852
cultivated: 1852-1969
received: 29/1/1914
United States
collection site: USA collection site
date: 29th January 1914
altitude: 1394 m.
country: United States
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GRIS{LV AUS}
synonyms = GRIS{Australian; Australian Bluestem; Chile; Palouse Bluestem; White Australian; White Bluestem; White Chile; White Elliott; White Lammas; Bluestem}
other # = :Pacific Bluestem;:White Lammas;:White Australian of California;:CI 4067;: GRIS{VIR-k22025, AWCC-3137}
Remark: Pacific Bluestem is an old wheat of the Pacific coast area, most commonly known as Bluestem and White Australian. The variety came to the U.S. from Australia. White Lammas was the leading wheat variety of Australia during the earliest years of wheat production in that country. White Australian of California is likely identical to White Lammas of Australia. It apparently was introduced into the U.S. in the early 1850's. Bluestem is the name under which the variety became established in Washington and Oregon after introductions from Australia in 1882 and New Zealand in 1896. It is not known how the name Bluestem became attached since it does not have a purple stem.
Given name+ traits
 
Accession # + images + dates
 
OriginNOTE + collected
 
Ancestry
 
Other names + other #
 
Notes
 
Pacific Bluestem LINK
T
habit = Spring
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{susceptible = Sr
resistant = Lg}
# CItr 4067
@ USDA-ARS (USA)INFO >USDA >GRIS
  
released: 1852
cultivated: 1852-1969
received: 29/1/1914
United States
collection site: USA collection site
date: 29th January 1914
altitude: 1394 m.
country: United States
map link
GRIS{LV AUS}
synonyms = GRIS{Australian; Australian Bluestem; Chile; Palouse Bluestem; White Australian; White Bluestem; White Chile; White Elliott; White Lammas; Bluestem}
other # = :Pacific Bluestem;:White Lammas;:White Australian of California;:CI 4067;: GRIS{VIR-k22025, AWCC-3137}
Remark: Pacific Bluestem is an old wheat of the Pacific coast area, most commonly known as Bluestem and White Australian. The variety came to the U.S. from Australia. White Lammas was the leading wheat variety of Australia during the earliest years of wheat production in that country. White Australian of California is likely identical to White Lammas of Australia. It apparently was introduced into the U.S. in the early 1850's. Bluestem is the name under which the variety became established in Washington and Oregon after introductions from Australia in 1882 and New Zealand in 1896. It is not known how the name Bluestem became attached since it does not have a purple stem.

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