NGB 14543

Lolium multiflorum Lam.



Collected from: Sweden
Maintained by: Nordic Genetic Resource Center
Received: 03-Sep-2001
Backup location: Danmarks JordbrugsForskning
Life form:
Pedigree: Botrus stems from selections in a population made up of several tetraploid varieties of European origin; Cultivar approved year: 1999
Improvement status: Advanced or improved cultivar
Reproductive uniformity:
Form received: Seed

Accession names and identifiers

Botrus
Type: Accession name
0
Type: Duplicate accession number
West. Wold. Rajgräs
Type: Donor accession name
Cooperator: Jönsson, Hans-Arne Svalöf Weibull AB
SV99 5700
Type: Donor accession number
Cooperator: Jönsson, Hans-Arne Svalöf Weibull AB
Botrus
Type: Culton name
NGB14543 1
Type: Inventory

Intellectual Property Rights

Part of the European Collection (AEGIS)
Identifier: Crop: . Date Issued: .
FAO_CROP_Lolium
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Narrative

Cultivar subtype: Tetraploid

Annotations

ActionDateByOld NameNew Name
ID-CHECK20 Apr 2020 Lolium multiflorum

Source History

  • Accession was origin. 2001-09-03. Sweden


  • Accession was developed. 1999. Sweden

    Comment: Pedigree text: Botrus stems from selections in a population made up of several tetraploid varieties of European origin

  • Accession was collected. Sweden

  • Accession was donated. 2001-09-03. Sweden
    Associated Species: Donor taxon name: Botrus
    Donors:
    1. Jönsson, Hans-Arne, Svalöf Weibull AB

    Comment: Donor institute acronym: SW

Citations

  • 2004. Swedish National Plant Variety Board. National List of Plant Varieties, National Plant Variety Board Gazette.. vol. 2
  • 2013. Cultivar documentation provided by Lantmännen.

Pedigree

Description: Botrus stems from selections in a population made up of several tetraploid varieties of European origin; Cultivar approved year: 1999