Regarding the pollination of Vitis
species, several theories have been proposed, varying from insect pollination to self-pollination, depending on the cultivar (PRATT, 1971).
is often transmitted through the vegetative propagation of infected asymptomatic grapevines.
This reflection is also seen in the evolution of Vitis
vinifera and resistant cultivar acreage since 1970.
Factors influencing induction and maintenance of Vitis
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vine romance Carol taking cuttings from "magnificent vine" Vitis
Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration of Vitis
vinifera cultivars 'Macabeo' and 'Tempranillo.
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
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.
is the only genus that produces edible fruits and is divided into two subgenera or sections, namely Euvitis (bunch grapes) and Muscadinia (muscadine grapes).
A group of noninfective leafhoppers were fed on healthy grapevines, Vitis
Asi, se establecio el Programa Internacional sobre el Genoma de la Uva cuyo objetivo principal fue la secuenciacion del ADN de la uva Vitis
En el genero Vitis
se reconocen dos tipos de apirenia (variedades sin semilla): una que ocurre por partenocarpia, en la cual el fruto se forma sin polinizacion ni fertilizacion, y otra, mas generalizada, que es producto de la estenospermia, es decir, del aborto de los embriones al inicio del desarrollo del fruto (Kanamadi et al.
negotiations on the Armenia-EU and Ukraine-EU Association Agreements, Vitis
Yurkonis, lecturer at the Institute of International
The researchers examined the effect of GSSE processed from a grape cultivar ('Carignan') of Vitis
vinifera from northern Tunisia on rats.