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Deskriptoreliste für Dirndl (Cornus mas L.) für ex situ conservation

(aus dem Projekt "Minor Fruit Tree Species Conservation" - RESGEN29)


PASSPORT - Accession and collection data

1 - European Minor Fruit Tree Species Database (EMFTSD) number: unique numerical identifier for an accession);

2 - Species: to be repeated for each accession (botanical name );

3 - Accession designation: name of the accession (cultivar, breeder’s designation, donor’s designation);

4 - Accession synonym: a synonym to the accession designation. For each species with synonyms, a common accession designation should be identified for each partner and then synonyms should be quoted here;

5 - Donor name: name of institution or individual responsible for donating the germplasm;

6 - Acquisition date: the date on which the accession entered the collection in the form of DDMMYYYY;

7 - Institute number: the partner number from Technical Annex of Project. The same number reported in the Institution Database file;

8 - Country keeping the accession: two letters acronym of country in which the partner and the collection is located;

9 - Collection site: if one Institution holds accessions in more than one environmentally different field, each field should have an identifier site number;

10 - Country of origin: when certainly known two letter abbreviation (according to attached list) for country of origin of the accession; if not sure,


11 - Collection source

1 = wild

2 = abandoned farm land

3 = farm land

4 = nursery

5 = institute

6 = other (specify in Collector’s notes - point 29)


12 - Status of sample

1 = wild

2 = breeder’s line

3 = primitive cultivar (landrace)

4 = advanced cultivar (bred)

5 = other or uncertain (specify in Collector’s notes - point 29)


13 - Virus disease status

1 = virus disease free

2 = virus diseases present

3 = not tested


CHARACTERISATION


14 - Fruit use

0 = no use

1 = dessert

2 = industry

3 = other (specify)


15 - Plant use

0 = no use

1 = fruit production

2 = fruit production and ornamental

3 = only ornamental

4 = other (specify)


16 - Tree type

1 = normal

3 = compact


17 - Tree vigour

1 = very week

3 = week

5 = medium

7 = strong

9 = very strong


18 - Tree habit

3 = upright

5 = spreading

7 = drooping


19 - Tree productivity

3 = small

5 = medium

7 = high


20 - Leaf blade size

3 = small

5 = medium

7 = large


21 - Fruit size

1 = very small

3 = small

5 = medium

7 = large

9 = very large


22 - Fruit shape

1 = oval

3 = elongate

5 = cylindrical


23 - Colour of fruit skin

1 = orange-red

3 = red

5 = black


24 - Colour of fruit flesh

1 = white

2 = pink

3 = red

4 = dark-red


25 - Fruit taste

1 = very acid

3 = sweet

5 = acrid

7 = differed


26 - Fruit time of maturity

1 = early

3 = medium

5 = late


27 - Stone relative size in comparison with fruit

3 = small

5 = medium

7 = large


28 - Time of flowering

1 = early

3 = medium

5 = late


29 - Collector’s note

Deskriptoreliste für Dirndl (Cornus mas L.) für inx situ conservation

(aus dem Projekt "Minor Fruit Tree Species Conservation" - RESGEN29)


PASSPORT - Accession data

1 - European Minor Fruit Tree Species Database (EMFTSD) number: unique numerical identifier for an accession;

2 - Species: to be repeated for each accession (botanical name);

3 - Accession designation: name of the accession (cultivar, breeder’s designation, donor’s designation);

4 - Accession synonym: a synonym to the accession designation. For each species with synonyms, a common accession designation should be identified for each partner and then synonym(s should be quoted here;

5 - Donor name: name of institution or individual responsible for donating the germplasm;

6 - Acquisition date: the date on which the accession entered the collection in the form of DDMMYYYY;

7 - Collection institute number: the partner number from Technical Annex of Project. The same number reported in the Institution Database file;

8 - Country of collection: two letter abbreviation (see attached list for country of origin of the accession);

9 - Province-State: name of the administrative subdivision of the country in which the sample was collected;

10 - Location of collection site: distance in kilometres from nearest town or village;

11 - Latitude of collection site: degrees by N (North.);

12 - Longitude of collection site: degrees by E (East) and W (West)(e.g. 10W);

13 - Altitude of collection site: elevation above sea level;

14 - Country keeping the accession;


15 - Collection source

1 = wild

2 = abandoned (marginal) farm land

3 = farm land

4 = nursery

5 = institute

6 = other (specify in Collector’s notes - point 32)


16 - Status of sample

1 = wild

2 = breeder’s line

3 = primitive cultivar (landrace)

4 = advanced cultivar (bred)

5 = other or uncertain (specify in Collector’s notes - point 32)


CHARACTERISATION

17 - Fruit use

0 = no use

1 = dessert

2 = industry

3 = other (specify)


18 - Plant use

0 = no use

1 = fruit production

2 = fruit production and ornamental

3 = only ornamental

4 = other (specify)


19 - Tree type

1 = normal

3 = compact


20 - Tree vigour

1 = very week

3 = week

5 = medium

7 = strong

9 = very strong


21 - Tree habit

3 = upright

5 = spreading

7 = drooping


22 - Tree productivity

3 = small

5 = medium

7 = high


23 - Leaf blade size

3 = small

5 = medium

7 = large


24 - Fruit size

1 = very small

3 = small

5 = medium

7 = large

9 = very large


25 - Fruit shape

1 = oval

3 = elongate

5 = cylindrical


26 - Colour of fruit skin

1 = orange-red

3 = red

5 = black


27 - Colour of fruit flesh

1 = white

2 = pink

3 = red

4 = dark-red


28 - Fruit taste

1 = very acid

3 = sweet

5 = acrid

7 = differed


29 - Fruit time of maturity

1 = early

3 = medium

5 = late


30 - Stone relative size in comparison with fruit

3 = small

5 = medium

7 = large


31 - Time of flowering

1 = early

3 = medium

5 = late


32 - Collector’s note

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