Vitis vinifera

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Synonyms for Vitis vinifera

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Caption: Resveratrol is found in Vitis vinifera (grape vine) and its derivatives.
Plant regeneration of Vitis vinifera (L) via direct and indirect organogenesis from cultured nodal segments.
Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration of Vitis vinifera cultivars 'Macabeo' and 'Tempranillo.
Evaluation of tolerance to Pierce's disease and Botrytis in transgenic plants of Vitis vinifera L.
Sociologists, geographers, scholars of business, and other contributors explore the production, promotion, consumption, and locations of wine in New Zealand since the 1980s, when the wine industry there began to shift from adulterated, fortified, and/or light sweet wines to French-oriented Vitis vinifera wines.
But new opportunities are also presenting themselves: areas in Europe and the Americas that could not successfully produce vitis vinifera grapes are becoming important players in the new world of wine.
lata, Eutypella citricola, Cryptovalsa ampelina, Cadophora luteoolivacea, Fomitiporia mediterranea, Fomitiporella coryophilli, and Stereum hirsutum, isolates of other fungi belonging to the genera of Fusarium, Alternaria, Acremonium, Didymella, Phomopsis, Epicoccum, Psathyrella, Ceratobasidium, and Pestalotia, and Vitis vinifera cvs.
Asi, se establecio el Programa Internacional sobre el Genoma de la Uva cuyo objetivo principal fue la secuenciacion del ADN de la uva Vitis vinifera (www.
Debido a la dificultad que presenta la vid para ser obtenida a partir de semillas, se estudio la tecnica de rescate de embriones de Vitis vinifera L.
The genus of grapes is Vitis which contains about 60 species, but the Vitis vinifera is the principal species from the cultivated grapes which has been derived.
Whether it comes from vitis labrusca or vitis vinifera grapes, kosher wine is a challenge to make.
The researchers examined the effect of GSSE processed from a grape cultivar ('Carignan') of Vitis vinifera from northern Tunisia on rats.