Table 4.

Species and Lines of Triticum, Aegilops, and Secale Used in This Study

Species, Subspecies, and CultivarsLine DesignationGenome
Diploids (2n = 2x = 14)
  T. urartu TMU06AA
TMU38AA
  T. monococcum ssp aegilopoidesTMB02AmAm
  Ae. speltoides TS01SS
TS42SS
TS86SS
  Ae. bicornisTB01SbSb
  Ae. sharonensis TH01SlSl
TH02SlSl
  Ae. longissima TL01SlSl
TL02SlSl
TL05SlSl
  Ae. tauschiiTQ17DD
TQ27DD
  Ae. umbellulataTU02UU
TU04UU
  Ae. caudataTD01CC
  S. cerealeSC01RR
Tetraploids (2n = 4x = 28)
T. turgidum ssp dicoccoidesTTD20BBAA
ssp durum cv InbarTTR04BBAA
 cv LangdonTTR16BBAA
 cv CappelliTTR19BBAA
ssp carthlicumTTH01BBAA
Hexaploids (2n = 6x = 42)
  T. aestivum ssp aestivum
 cv Chinese SpringTAA01BBAADD
Substitution line
  T. turgidum ssp durum
 cv Langdon 5D(5B)Produced by L.R. JoppaBBAA
Mutant line
  T. aestivum ssp aestivum
 cv Chinese Spring, ph1 ph1Produced by E.R. SearsBBAADD