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Table 1 Description of the plant material analyzed

From: Insight into the genetic variability analysis and cultivar identification of tall fescue by using SSR markers

Cultivar Country Origin/Pedigree Registration date
Kenhy U.S. 11 42-chromosome Lolium multiflorum × F. arundinacea clones 1977
Cajun U.S. cultivar AuTriumph 1989
Maximize U.S. ecotypes from southeast France 1993
Kentucky 31 U.S. ecotype from temperate pasture in Kentucky 1972
Kenwell U.S. three inbred lines 1968
Alta U.S. a 4-year-old plant selection in Oregon. 1945
Fawn U.S. temperate 8-clone synthetic 1974
Martin U.S. 2 clones from broad based population. 1987
Missouri-96 U.S. 13 clones from France germplasm 1979
Forager U.S. Kenwell, Fawn, Kentucky 31, etc. 1980
Barcel Netherland 13 temperate clones from Netherlands 1981
Johnstone U.S. blend of two strains of Kenhy derivatives and 42-chromosome Lolium sp. × F. arundinacea hybrid clones 1983
Au triumph U.S. an open pollinated population AF-5 comprised of 12 genotypess 1983
Willamette U.S. an open pollinated progeny of 5 elite parental clones 1985
Safe U.S. Kenhy and two germplasm with diseases and drought resistance 1985
Barvetia Netherland temperate 13-clone synthetic unavailable
Mozark U.S. Kenmont, Kentucky-31, and introductions from Algeria and France 1987
Penngrazer U.S. Kentucky 31 1988
Cattleclub U.S. Kentucky 31 1988
Carefree U.S. Houndog, Rutgers, and GPTF accessions. 1989
Nanryo Japan Fawn, Kentucky 31, Rozelle, Electa, Krasnadorskaja and Yamanami 2006