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Table 2 Single Bituminaria bituminosa plants sampled from 79 accessions from original populations (n = 27) or breeding lines (n = 52)

From: Next generation DNA sequencing technology delivers valuable genetic markers for the genomic orphan legume species, Bituminaria bituminosa

Accession code1 Botanical variety Geographical origin Population type2 Heterozygosity3
A1.1 albomarginata Canary Islands
(Famara, Lanzarote)
Breeding line 24%
A2.1 albomarginata Canary Islands Breeding line 24%
A3.2 albomarginata Canary Islands Breeding line 25%
A4.2 albomarginata Canary Islands Breeding line 5%
A5.1 albomarginata Canary Islands
(Famara, Lanzarote)
Breeding line 10%
A6.2 bituminosa Canary Islands
(Teno, Tenerife)
Breeding line 33%
A7.2 bituminosa Canary Islands
(Teno, Tenerife)
Breeding line 24%
A8.1 albomarginata Canary Islands Breeding line 15%
A9.1 albomarginata Canary Islands
(Famara, Lanzarote)
Breeding line 5%
A10.2 albomarginata Canary Islands Breeding line 0%
A11.17 albomarginata Canary Islands
(Famara, Lanzarote)
Breeding line 14%
A12.3 bituminosa Canary Islands
(Teno, Tenerife)
Original population 0%
A13.1 bituminosa Canary Islands
(Teno, Tenerife)
Breeding line 29%
A14.1 albomarginata Canary Islands
(Malpaso, Lanzarote)
Original population 19%
A15.4 albomarginata Canary Islands
(Famara, Lanzarote)
Original population 10%
A16.2 crassiuscula Canary Islands
(Vilaflor, Tenerife)
Breeding line 10%
A17.2 crassiuscula Canary Islands (Cañadas del Teide, Tenerife) Breeding line 12%
A18.8 albomarginata Canary Islands
(Vinamar, Fuerteventura)
Original population 0%
A19.3 crassiuscula Canary Islands
(Tenerife)
Breeding line 24%
A20.1 albomarginata Canary Islands
(Famara, Lanzarote)
Breeding line 19%
A21.1 albomarginata Canary Islands
(Famara, Lanzarote)
Breeding line 38%
A22.2 albomarginata Canary Islands
(Famara, Lanzarote)
Original population 0%
A23.2 bituminosa Canary Islands
(Teno, Tenerife)
Original population 28%
A24.3 bituminosa Canary Islands
(Teno, Tenerife)
Original population 0%
A26.1 bituminosa Canary Islands
(Tenerife)
Original population 25%
A27.2 crassiuscula Canary Islands
(Teide, Tenerife)
Original population 33%
A29.2 albomarginata Canary Islands
(Famara, Lanzarote)
Original population 6%
A36.1 albomarginata Canary Islands
(Famara, Lanzarote)
Original population 27%
A37.2 albomarginata Canary Islands
(Malpaso, Lanzarote)
Original population 27%
A38.3 bituminosa Canary Islands
(Tefia, Fuerteventura)
Original population 14%
A39.2 albomarginata Canary Islands
(Vinamar, Fuerteventura)
Original population 0%
A40.1 bituminosa Canary Islands
(Bentacuria, Fuerteventura)
Original population 21%
A41.2 bituminosa Canary Islands
(Güimar, Tenerife)
Original population 5%
A43.2 bituminosa Canary Islands
(Tenerife)
Breeding line 38%
A44.1 albomarginata Canary Islands Breeding line 10%
A46.1 albomarginata Canary Islands Breeding line 10%
A48.2 albomarginata Canary Islands
(Famara, Lanzarote)
Breeding line 52%
A49.3 crassiuscula Canary Islands Breeding line 52%
A50.1 albomarginata Canary Islands
(Famara, Lanzarote)
Breeding line 15%
A51.2 crassiuscula Canary Islands Breeding line 19%
A52.1 albomarginata Canary Islands Breeding line 20%
A53.2 albomarginata Canary Islands Breeding line 38%
A54.1 albomarginata Canary Islands Breeding line 29%
A55.2 albomarginata Canary Islands Breeding line 35%
A56.2 bituminosa Canary Islands
(Teno, Tenerife)
Breeding line 37%
A58.2 albomarginata Canary Islands
(Famara, Lanzarote)
Breeding line 52%
A62.1 albomarginata Canary Islands Breeding line 43%
A63.1 crassiuscula Canary Islands
(Vilaflor, Tenerife)
Breeding line 10%
A64.2 bituminosa Canary Islands Breeding line 43%
A65.1 bituminosa Mediterranean region
(Calnegre, Murcia, Spain)
Breeding line 0%
S1b bituminosa Mediterranean region (Llano del Beal, Murcia, Spain) Breeding line 95%
S3c bituminosa Canary Islands
(Tahonilla, Tenerife)
Original population 29%
S4a bituminosa Canary Islands
(Tahonilla, Tenerife)
Original population 42%
S6c bituminosa Mediterranean region
(La Perdiz, Murcia, Spain)
Breeding line 48%
S8a albomarginata Canary Islands
(Famara, Lanzarote)
Original population 62%
S9a bituminosa Mediterranean region
(Calnegre, Murcia, Spain)
Breeding line 68%
S10b bituminosa Mediterranean region
(Sardinia, Italy)
Original population 24%
S11b bituminosa Mediterranean region
(La Unión, Murcia, Spain)
Breeding line 62%
S13c bituminosa Mediterranean region
(Calnegre, Murcia, Spain)
Breeding line 30%
S14b bituminosa Mediterranean region
(Israel)
Original population 33%
S17b bituminosa Mediterranean region
(La Unión, Murcia, Spain)
Original population 0%
S18b bituminosa Mediterranean region
(La Unión, Murcia, Spain)
Original population 5%
S19b bituminosa Mediterranean region
(La Unión, Murcia, Spain)
Original population 5%
S20b bituminosa Mediterranean region
(La Perdiz, Murcia, Spain)
Breeding line 48%
S21c albomarginata Canary Islands
(Famara, Lanzarote)
Breeding line 67%
S23b bituminosa Mediterranean region
(La Perdiz, Murcia, Spain)
Breeding line 95%
S29b bituminosa Canary Islands
(Tenerife)
Breeding line 15%
S30b bituminosa Canary Islands
(Tenerife)
Breeding line 0%
S31b bituminosa Mediterranean region
(Spain)
Breeding line 50%
S32c bituminosa Canary Islands
(Tenerife)
Breeding line 29%
S33b albomarginata Canary Islands Breeding line 24%
S34c bituminosa Mediterranean region
(La Perdiz, Murcia, Spain)
Breeding line 38%
S35c bituminosa Mediterranean region
(La Perdiz, Murcia, Spain)
Breeding line 63%
S36a bituminosa Mediterranean region
(La Perdiz, Murcia, Spain)
Breeding line 35%
S37c bituminosa Mediterranean region
(La Perdiz, Murcia, Spain)
Breeding line 55%
S38d bituminosa Mediterranean region
(Greece)
Original population 11%
S39c bituminosa Mediterranean region
(Greece)
Original population 5%
S40d bituminosa Mediterranean region
(Greece)
Original population 11%
S41c bituminosa Canary Islands
(La Palma)
Breeding line 28%
  1. 1Accession names prefixed by 'A' were provided by the Australian breeding programme, while accession names prefixed by 'S' were provided by the Spanish breeding programme.
  2. 2The term 'breeding line' indicates that the accession has been grown for one or more generation in breeding nurseries with possible cross-pollination among accessions. The term 'original population' indicates that seed was collected directly from geographical location indicated with no opportunity for cross-pollination among these accessions.
  3. 3Heterozygosity was assessed at 21 simple sequence repeat loci.