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Table 1 Geographic origin and accessions used in this study.

From: Saffron is a monomorphic species as revealed by RAPD, ISSR and microsatellite analyses

Species Geographic location
Crocus sativus Guadalajara, Spain
Crocus sativus Gineta, Spain
Crocus sativus El Bonillo, Spain
Crocus sativus Zulema, Spain
Crocus sativus Tobarra, Spain
Crocus sativus Motilla del Palancar, Spain
Crocus sativus Nava de Abajo, Spain
Crocus sativus Abengibre, Spain
Crocus sativus Fuentealbilla, Spain
Crocus sativus Cordovilla, Spain
Crocus sativus Lezuza, Spain
Crocus sativus Ledaña, Spain
Crocus sativus Alcala de Jucar, Spain
Crocus sativus Tarazona de la Mancha, Spain
Crocus sativus Minaya, Spain
Crocus sativus Munera, Spain
Crocus sativus Madridejos, Spain
Crocus sativus La Solana, Spain
Crocus sativus Madrigueras, Spain
Crocus sativus Teruel, Spain
Crocus sativus Pedroñeras, Spain
Crocus sativus North region of Torbat, Iran
Crocus sativus Central region of Torbat, Iran
Crocus sativus Central region of Torbat, Iran
Crocus sativus Central region of Torbat, Iran
Crocus sativus Central region of Torbat, Iran
Crocus sativus East region of Torbat, Iran
Crocus sativus East region of Torbat, Iran
Crocus sativus South east region of Torbat, Iran
Crocus sativus East region of Ferdows, Iran
Crocus sativus Italy
Crocus sativus Italy
Crocus sativus Italy
Crocus sativus Azerbaijan
Crocus sativus Azerbaijan
Crocus sativus UK
Crocus sativus UK
Crocus sativus Turkey
Crocus sativus Turkey
Crocus sativus Taliouine, Morroco
Crocus sativus Christchurch, New Zealand
Crocus sativus Kashmir, India
Crocus sativus China
Crocus sativus Sierre de Cordoba, Argentine
Crocus kotschyanus Pottertons nursery, UK