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Table 1 The variety name, cultivation type and collection sites of traditionally cultivated indigenous and agronomically improved rice varieties in Northeast India (AP, Arunachal Pradesh; AS, Assam; ML, Meghalaya; MZ, Mizoram)

From: Genetic relatedness among indigenous rice varieties in the Eastern Himalayan region based on nucleotide sequences of the Waxy gene

Variety Name Type Location
Bas Beroin Sali Cachar (AS)
Balam Sali Cachar (AS)
Lahi Sali Doimukh (AP)
Local Basmati Sali Doimukh (AP)
Joha Sali Doimukh (AP)
Lallatoi Sali Hailakandi (AS)
Arfa Sali Hailakandi (AS)
Mulahail Sali Hailakandi (AS)
Guaroi Sali Hailakandi (AS)
Harinarayan Sali Hailakandi (AS)
Bherapawa Sali Hailakandi (AS)
Kakiberoin Sali Hailakandi (AS)
Borjahinga Sali N. Lakhimpur, (AS)
Til Bora Sali N. Lakhimpur, (AS)
Hati Hali Sali N. Lakhimpur, (AS)
Ranga Borah Sali N. Lakhimpur, (AS)
Ranjit Sali (Improved) Hailakandi (AS)
IR8 Sali (Improved) Hailakandi (AS)
Bahadur Sali (Improved) Hailakandi (AS)
Pankaj Sali (Improved) Hailakandi (AS)
Joya Sali (Improved) Hailakandi (AS)
Kawanglawang Jum Aizwal, (MZ)
Sorpuma Jum Doimukh (AP)
Mimutim Jum Garo Hills (ML)
Papue Jum West Siang (AP)
Borua Beroin Boro Cachar (AS)
Aubalam Boro Cachar (AS)
Bashful Boro Cachar (AS)
Moircha Boro Cachar (AS)
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