Centrosema characterisation data

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Data from 37 Centrosema accessions of 8 species characterised by ILRI in Ethiopia between 2004 and 2015

Partner
Crop name
Forages
Number of accessions
37
Number of traits
28
Start of evaluation
2004
End of evaluation
2015
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Genesys trial upload Centrosema.xlsx

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Dataset metadata

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Date of dataset
6 December 2021
Metadata create date
6 December 2021
Metadata updated date
7 December 2021
Published in Genesys
7 December 2021
Locations
Location
Various sites: Debre Zeit, Zwai, Soddo;, Ethiopia
Date of evaluation
20042015
ISO3 country code
ETH
Traits observed

ILRI accession number

Species name

Site in Ethiopia where accession was characterised

Date when characterisation data recorded

The type of growth of the plant

Average angle of the stem to the ground, rating taken at full flowering.

Height from the ground to tip of 10 randomly chosen mature plants

Thickness of stem 5 nodes from the top, counting from first unfolded leaf, at full flowering.

Density of hairs, if present

The hardness of the stem when squeezed

Length of central leaflet at its longest point, excluding any petiole

Width of leaflet at its widest point

Length of a typical stipule at its longest point from a fully grown adult leaf at the middle of the main stem

Width of a typical stipule at its widest point from a fully grown adult leaf at the middle of the main stem

Density of hairs, if present, on leaflet upper surface

Density of hairs, if present, on leaflet lower surface

Length at longest point of standard petal excluding petiole

Width at widest point of standard petal

Dominant colour of flower (standard petal). Colours with a number are from the Royal Horticultural Society colour chart.

Length of fully developed pod at longest point, excluding any stalk, prior to maturity

Width of fully developed pod at widest point, prior to maturity

Density of hairs, if present, on mature, fresh seed pod

Number of seeds (mature and immature) per healthy pod

Length at longest point. 10 randomly-chosen seeds.

Width at widest point. 10 randomly-chosen seeds.

Thickness at thickest point. 10 randomly-chosen seeds.

Weight of 100 randomly-chosen seeds at completion of experiment.

At completion of field trial. Currently these are only colours for Alysicarpus accessions. Other genera will show a different range. Colours with a number are from the Royal Horticultural Society colour chart.

Accessions

List of accessions included in the dataset

ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FZ2TT
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FZ9MP
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FZGHN
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FZY4C
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ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/G3TZB
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/G4F2S
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/G4F3T
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/G4F7Y
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/G4F8Z
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/G4F9*
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/G4FA~
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/G84D6
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/G84NE
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FPX6G
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FPZPP
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FQEKJ
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FQEMK
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FQENM
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FR20A
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FR27H
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FR2R$
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FR2Y3
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FR305
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FR327
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FR349
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FR36B
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FR37C
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FR477
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FR5HC
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FR9GW
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FR9HX
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FSYSZ
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FSYT*
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FTV3C
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FVE2V
ETH013International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia • DOI: 10.18730/FVM50