Table 1: Origins of the twelve Brassica genotypes used in this study.

GenotypeSpeciesAccessionCountry of OriginSeed Provider NoteRef

BJ01 B. juncea ATC95209PakistanATFCCLandrace[16]
BJ02 B. juncea JR049AustraliaUoMBreeding line[42]
BN01 B. napus AV-GarnetAustraliaUoMCultivar released in 2009[42]
BN02 B. napus Monty-028DHAustraliaCBWADoubled haploid from cultivar Monty[42]
BN03 B. napus RT117AustraliaUoMBreeding line[42]
BN04 B. napus TanamiAustraliaCBWACultivar released in 2007[42]
BN05 B. napus TarcoolaAustraliaUoMCultivar released in 2009[42]
BR01 B. rapa ATC92037IndiaATFCCLandrace[12, 14]
BR02 B. rapa Fuding BaicaiChinaNPZLandrace[12, 14]
BR03 B. rapa 111IndiaNPZLandrace yellow sarson[12, 14]
BR04 B. rapa ATC92240IndiaATFCCLandrace[12, 14]
BR05 B. rapa ATC95217IndonesiaATFCCLandrace[16]

UoM: The University of Melbourne; CBWA: Canola Breeders Western Australia Pty Ltd; ATFCC: Australian Temperate Field Crops Centre; NPZ: Norddeutsche Pflanzenzucht Hans-Georg Lembke KG, Germany.