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Summaira Riaz, Alan C. Tenscher, Brady P. Smith, Daniel A. Ng, and M. Andrew Walker

with Vitis vinifera cultivars. Although Vitis species hybridize freely, Vitis × Muscadinia crosses are difficult, and hybrids are rare and normally sterile, with 39 chromosomes. Crop improvement within M. rotundifolia began with the

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Patrick J. Conner, Gunawati Gunawan, and John R. Clark

, long. 83°25′20.30″W). The parents and population sizes of the crosses Ga. 12-11, Ga. 12-13, Ga. 13-11, Ga. 14-17, Ga. 14-18, and Ga. 14-20 are shown in Table 1 . Several sources of stenospermocarpic seedlessness were used in this study. Vitis vinifera

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Manuel Di Vecchi Staraz, Roberto Bandinelli, Maurizio Boselli, Patrice This, Jean-Michel Boursiquot, Valérie Laucou, Thierry Lacombe, and Didier Varès

Despite the historical and economic importance of wine in Europe, little is known about the origin of the different grape cultivars ( Vitis vinifera ). Recent advances in molecular analysis are helping us understand grape evolution and history

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Sadanand A. Dhekney, Zhijian T. Li, Michael E. Compton, and Dennis J. Gray

-derived leaves, pistils, and stamens from 29 grape varieties, including 18 Vitis vinifera varieties, Vitis champinii Planch., Vitis riparia Michx., Vitis rupestris Scheele, and eight Vitis interspecific hybrids, was evaluated over a period of 10 years

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Guirong Li, Ran Quan, Chaohui Yan, Xiaojin Hou, and Huiling Hu

Grape ( Vitis vinifera ) is a deciduous vine of the Vitaceae family; it is one of the most important fruit crops in the world, with a large cultivation area and a wide variety of uses. It was the first fruit crop with a fully sequenced genome

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Tekan S. Rana, Erick D. Smith, Cain Hickey, and Mark Hoffmann

), with a less confined fruit-zone compared with bunch grape ( Vitis vinifera ) production ( Hoffmann et al., 2020 ). Most fruit ripens between the end of August and mid-October, although fruit ripening is not even. ‘Carlos’ and ‘Noble’ are the most widely

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M. Cecilia Peppi and Matthew W. Fidelibus

color rating of all the seedless red cultivars he tested, including ‘Crimson Seedless’. Reynolds et al. (1992) observed that CPPU-treated ‘Sovereign Coronation’ [‘Lady Patricia’ × ‘Himrod’ ( Vitis vinifera × V. labrusca ) ( Denby, 1977 )] grapes were

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Kevin Lombard, Bernd Maier, Franklin J. Thomas, Mick O’Neill, Samuel Allen, and Rob Heyduck

Farmington, NM [elevation 1720 m (5643.0 ft)]. Note: Ancestry referencing Vitis International Variety Catalogue (2007) unless otherwise noted. European cultivar refers to Vitis vinifera . Vines were planted 3 July 2007 on 4-ft spacing between vines and 12

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Matthew W. Fidelibus, Kimberley A. Cathline, and Jacqueline K. Burns

m MeJA induced a hypersensitive response in the leaves of ‘Limberger’ grapevines ( Vitis vinifera ), and solutions containing greater than 2250 ppm MeJA caused unacceptable levels of defoliation in citrus ( Hartmond et al., 2000 ). Thus, high

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S. Kaan Kurtural, Andrew E. Beebe, Johann Martínez-Lüscher, Shijian Zhuang, Karl T. Lund, Glenn McGourty, and Larry J. Bettiga

Applied water and mechanical canopy management affect berry and wine phenolic and aroma composition of grapevine ( Vitis vinifera L., cv. Syrah) in central California Scientia Hort. 227 261 271 Brillante, L. Martínez-Lüscher, J. Yu, R. Plank, C.M. Sanchez