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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Michigan Amber Selection LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Breeding/research material
order = available
# 396

@ IHAR (POL)INFO > GRIS 

donor: IPK (DEU)INFO
donor #: C.I. 11770
received: 1972

GRIS{Ne1, Ne2s}
United States
GRIS {(S)Michigan Amber}
synonyms = GRIS {Michigan Amber 29 1 1 1
;Michigan Amber Selection}
Breeding/research material (Materiał hodowlany lub badawczy) with name 'MICHIGAN AMBER SELECTION'. It was introduced into the gene bank in 1972. Country of origin is United States.
Evaluation data available.
Michigan Amber Selection LINK
Triticum aestivum ssp. milturumAU
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
order = available
# TRI 6903

@ IPK (DEU)INFO > GRIS 

donor: HALLIPP (DEU)INFO
received: 1961

>see GRIS top
United States
synonyms = >see GRIS top
other # = USA027CI 11770
Michigan Amber Selection LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Unkown
order = available
# RCAT000678

@ RCA (HUN)INFO > GRIS 

donor: IPK (DEU)INFO
received: 1965

>see GRIS top
United States
synonyms = >see GRIS top
Michigan Amber Selection LINK
Triticum aestivum ssp. milturumAU
habit = Winter
status = Unkown
order = availability unknown
# 1980-TRT-AE-586

@ IPGR (BGR)INFO > GRIS 
received: 1980

>see GRIS top
United States
synonyms = >see GRIS top
other # = BGR0018012230
Michigan Amber 29-1-1-1 LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Breeding/research material
order = available
# CItr 11770

@ USDA-ARS (USA)INFO > GRIS 

released: 1972
received: 1935

>see GRIS top
United States, Indiana (developed)
synonyms = >see GRIS top
Remark: Probably identical to Michigan Amber. Originally sent to Germany and used as a leaf rust susceptible stock. Contains powdery mildew resistance gene Pm6. History: DEVELOPED Indiana, United States by Mains, E., Purdue University; Leighty, C., USDA-Bureau of Plant Industry. DONATED 1935 by Gassner
Michigan Amber 29-1-1-1 LINK
Triticum aestivum
order = not available
# MGD0010482

@ IBBR (ITA)INFO > GRIS 

donor: USDA-ARS (USA)INFO
donor #: CItr 11770
received: 1971

>see GRIS top
United States
synonyms = >see GRIS top
Given name+ traits
 
Accession # + images  + dates
 
Genetic data
 
OriginNOTE+ collected
 
Ancestry
 
Other names + other #
 
Notes
 
Michigan Amber Selection LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Breeding/research material
order = available
# 396

@ IHAR (POL)INFO > GRIS 

donor: IPK (DEU)INFO
donor #: C.I. 11770
received: 1972

GRIS{Ne1, Ne2s}
United States
GRIS {(S)Michigan Amber}
synonyms = GRIS {Michigan Amber 29 1 1 1
;Michigan Amber Selection}
Breeding/research material (Materiał hodowlany lub badawczy) with name 'MICHIGAN AMBER SELECTION'. It was introduced into the gene bank in 1972. Country of origin is United States.
Evaluation data available.
Michigan Amber Selection LINK
Triticum aestivum ssp. milturumAU
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
order = available
# TRI 6903

@ IPK (DEU)INFO > GRIS 

donor: HALLIPP (DEU)INFO
received: 1961

>see GRIS top
United States
synonyms = >see GRIS top
other # = USA027CI 11770
Michigan Amber Selection LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Unkown
order = available
# RCAT000678

@ RCA (HUN)INFO > GRIS 

donor: IPK (DEU)INFO
received: 1965

>see GRIS top
United States
synonyms = >see GRIS top
Michigan Amber Selection LINK
Triticum aestivum ssp. milturumAU
habit = Winter
status = Unkown
order = availability unknown
# 1980-TRT-AE-586

@ IPGR (BGR)INFO > GRIS 
received: 1980

>see GRIS top
United States
synonyms = >see GRIS top
other # = BGR0018012230
Michigan Amber 29-1-1-1 LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Breeding/research material
order = available
# CItr 11770

@ USDA-ARS (USA)INFO > GRIS 

released: 1972
received: 1935

>see GRIS top
United States, Indiana (developed)
synonyms = >see GRIS top
Remark: Probably identical to Michigan Amber. Originally sent to Germany and used as a leaf rust susceptible stock. Contains powdery mildew resistance gene Pm6. History: DEVELOPED Indiana, United States by Mains, E., Purdue University; Leighty, C., USDA-Bureau of Plant Industry. DONATED 1935 by Gassner
Michigan Amber 29-1-1-1 LINK
Triticum aestivum
order = not available
# MGD0010482

@ IBBR (ITA)INFO > GRIS 

donor: USDA-ARS (USA)INFO
donor #: CItr 11770
received: 1971

>see GRIS top
United States
synonyms = >see GRIS top

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