Table 1.

Origins of Species Accessions, Floral Phenotypes, and Inferred Genotypes from Genetic Analysis

SpeciesAccessionSourceFloral Pigmentation PhenotypeGenotype
A. majusToulouseIPK GaterslebenaMedium-intensity magenta pigmentation, weak venal pattern (Figures 8A and 8B)Ros+/Ros+;Ve/ve
BarcelonaIPK GaterslebenMedium-intensity magenta pigmentation, weak venal pattern (Figures 8C and 8D)Ros+/Ros+;Ve/ve
A. latifoliumPyreaIPK GaterslebenNo background magenta pigmentation; venal pattern restricted to central part of dorsal lobes; yellow lobes (Figure 8G)RosEl/RosEl;Ve/Ve;sulf/sulf
MarseillesIPK GaterslebenNo background magenta pigmentation; venal pattern on dorsal lobes; yellow lobes (Figure 8H)RosEl/RosEl;Ve/Ve;sulf/sulf
A. graniticumSpainHarvard HerbariumVery pale magenta pigmentation/no pigmentation (Figure 8I)ros/ros ve/ve
A. molleSpainHarvard HerbariumNo background magenta pigmentation; strong venal pattern on dorsal lobes; yellowish lobes (Figure 8K)ros/ros;Ve/Ve;sulf/sulf
A. mollissimumSpainHarvard HerbariumNo background magenta pigmentation; strong venal pattern on dorsal lobes (Figure 8L)ros/ros;Ve/Ve
A. meonanthemumSpainHarvard HerbariumNo background magenta pigmentation; strong venal pattern on dorsal lobes; yellow lobes (Figure 8J)RosEl/RosEl;Ve/Ve;sulf/sulf
  • a IPK, Institut für Kulturpflanzenforschung.