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Table 1 List of accessions surveyed, including information on the source of each sample.

From: DNA sequence diversity and the origin of cultivated safflower (Carthamus tinctoriusL.; Asteraceae)

Species Code Cultivar/Accession PI/herbariuma Originb
C. tinctorius L. saffW W6 6730 PI 576995 China*
C. tinctorius L. saffL LESAF 494 PI 603207 Canada
C. tinctorius L. saffE ENANA PI 610263 Spain*
C. tinctorius L. saffU USB PI 560163 USA
C. tinctorius L. saffAZ ARIZ SAFF COMP III PI 572418 USA
C. tinctorius L. saffAC AC SUNSET PI 592391 Canada
C. tinctorius L. saff1063 BJ-1063 PI 250601 India*
C. tinctorius L. saff673 BJ-673 PI 193473 Ethiopia*
C. tinctorius L. saff2701 BJ-2701 PI 253762 Iraq*
C. tinctorius L. saff1067 BJ-1067 PI 250606 Egypt*
C. tinctorius L. saffTS TOZI SPINY PI 271070 Sudan*
C. curdicus Hanelt curd Hanelt W 12361 Iraq
C. gypsicola Iljin gypA UZ99a - Uzbekistan
C. gypsicola Iljin gypB UZ99b - Uzbekistan
C. oxyacanthus Bieb. oxy2 K-2 PI 426428 Pakistan
C. oxyacanthus Bieb. oxy1076 K-1076 PI 426185 Afghanistan
C. oxyacanthus Bieb. oxy604 K-604 PI 426467 Pakistan
C. palaestinus Eig palBJ BJ-1964 PI 235663 Israel
C. palaestinus Eig pal96 Ashri1917 GAT 3796 Israel
C. palaestinus Eig pal97 Ashri1642 GAT 3797 Israel
C. palaestinus Eig pal98 Ashri GAT 3798 Israel
C. persicus Willd. perG Garcia-Jacas 2002 - Turkey
C. persicus Willd. per00 Aydem 157 GAT 3800 Turkey
  1. a Numbers refer to the USDA accession (PI), Vienna Museum of Natural History (W) or Gatersleben herbarium accession (GAT). No number indicates a private collection. '-' indicates missing voucher specimens. More seeds are, however, available from these collections.
  2. b Asterisks refers to the seven accessions of safflower from the seven so-called "centers of similarity" (ref. [3]; see text for details)