‘NDMutant1’: A Novel Determinate Interspecific Grapevine for Genetic and Physiological Study and Breeding Applications

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    Pedigree of NDMutant1.

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    Schematic outlining the growth pattern of NDMutant1.

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    Determinate growth of grapevine NDMutant1 (A1) stem growth and (A2) apical termination in comparison with the wild-type parent ND 733 (B1) stem growth and (B2) apical morphology; (C) the shrub form of NDMutant1; (D) NDMutant1 showing continuous flowering capability from flower initiation through berry maturation; and (E) altered nodal buds converted to groups of singly borne flower structures.

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