Scientists from INRA (French national agronomic research institute) have collected old populations of shallot and garlic that were cultivated in France regions in the last centuries. This genetic material is maintained as field produced bulbs. Passport data for these genotypes have been recorded when available. Bulbs maintained by INRA are available under demand.
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We acknowledge the BrACySol BRC (INRA Ploudaniel, France) that provided us with the plants that were used in this study.
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Occurrence; Genetic resources; shallot; garlic
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|Bounding Coordinates||South West [41.35, -4.74], North East [51.13, 10.13]|
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|Species||Allium cepa, Allium sativum|
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