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From the 17th century until the arrival of hybrids in 1960s, maize landraces were cultivated in the South-West of France, a traditional region for maize cultivation. A set of landraces were collected in this region between the 1950s and 1980s and were then conserved ex situ in a germplam collection. Previous studies using molecular markers on approx. twenty landraces fo this region showed that they belonged to a Pyrenees-Galicia Flint genetic group and originated from hybridization betweendoi:10.1101/2020.08.17.253690 fatcat:b345fylkkjgwbbyynhrtpvww3i