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The CN (Canadian National) number is a serial number assigned to an accession. It is the main identifier of the Canadian National Plant Germplasm System.
CN 1 was assigned to an accession obtained in 1972.
Other accession identifiers have been used over the years and are maintained as a secondary reference.? These include, PGR, CAV and CHC.
These identifiers distinguish accessions by something other than the accession identifier.
Searches in this area are punctuation and case insensitive. Whenever you are unsure of spelling, use the wildcard (*) as shown below. Some examples of these other identifiers are:
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It is generally best to specify the scientific name (taxon) to speed up your search.
If you are having difficulty, try finding the name first in
Taxonomy Query form.
Common names are case sensitive. If you have trouble finding your results, go to the Taxonomy Query form.
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