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Anna Underhill, Cory Hirsch, and Matthew Clark

Grape ( Vitis vinifera ) cluster compactness, defined as the difference between overall volume (shape) and volume of the cluster components (berries and rachis), is an important quality due to its influence on fruit quality ( Tello and Ibáñez, 2017

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Jitao Li, Nian Wang, Lina Wang, Haiping Xin, and Shaohua Li

alignment of the HOS1-like proteins from Arabidopsis thaliana , Arabidopsis lyrata , Populus trichocarpa , Ricinus communis , Poncirus trifoliata , Oryza sativa , Physcomitrella patens , and Vitis vinifera ‘Muscat Hamburg’. Identical amino acids are

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Paolo Sabbatini and G. Stanley Howell

-cropping cultivar, Sangiovese ( Vitis vinifera L.). Cluster weight was reduced, whereas most soluble solids (Brix) and total anthocyanins were increased. These data indicated that early mechanical defoliation is a viable crop adjustment tool and delivers most of

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Hemant L. Gohil and Michelle M. Moyer

a warm region to enhance fruit quality in ‘Cabernet Sauvignon’ grapevines ( Vitis vinifera L.) J. Hort. Sci. Biotechnol. 87 287 292 Iland, P. Ewart, A. Sitters, J. Markides, A. Bruer, N. 2000 Techniques for accurate chemical analysis and quality

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D. Michael Glenn, Nicola Cooley, Rob Walker, Peter Clingeleffer, and Krista Shellie

Field trials were conducted on own-rooted ‘Cabernet Sauvignon’ grape ( Vitis vinifera L.) in a commercial vineyard (Wingara Wine Group) in the Sunraysia region of Victoria, Australia (lat. 34°13′ S, long. 142°4′ E, elevation 52 m) in 2003 and on own

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Ana Centeno, Pilar Baeza, and José Ramón Lissarrague

, M.A. 1995 A comparative study of young ‘Thompson Seedless’ grapevines ( Vitis vinifera L.) under drip and furrow irrigation. II. Growth, water use efficiency and nitrogen partitioning Scientia Hort. 60 251 265 Baeza, P. Sánchez-de-Miguel, P. Centeno

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Ben-Hong Wu, Ning Niu, Ji-Hu Li, and Shao-Hua Li

.P. 1996 Analysis of the expression of anthocyanin pathway genes in developing Vitis vinifera L. cv. Shiraz grape berries and the implications for pathway regulation Plant Physiol. 111 1059 1066 Bravdo, B. Hepner, Y. Loinger, C. Cohen, S. Tabacman, H

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Imed E. Dami, Shouxin Li, Patricia A. Bowen, Carl P. Bogdanoff, Krista C. Shellie, and Jim Willwerth

freezing tolerance of field-grown Vitis vinifera ‘Cabernet franc’ grapevines Amer. J. Enol. Viticult. 63 377 384 Zhang, Y. Dami, I. 2012b Improving freezing tolerance of ‘Chambourcin’grapevines with exogenous abscisic acid HortScience 47 1750 1757 Zhang

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Larry E. Williams

A study was conducted to determine the effects of crop removal on gas exchange parameters of `Thompson Seedless' grapevines grown in the San Joaquin Valley of California. Vines were either irrigated at full ET or not irrigated throughout the growing season. Clusters were removed subsequent to veraison, when the fruit soluble solids were ≈15° Brix. Reductions in leaf net CO2 assimilation rate (A) were measured within 1 day of fruit removal for both irrigation treatments and remained such until the end of the experiment. The greatest reduction in A due to crop removal on a diurnal basis was with the non-irrigated vines between 0800 and 1000 hr. The reduction in A subsequent to crop removal was not the result of an accumulation of either starch or sugars in leaf tissue. The greater reduction in A of non-irrigated vines after fruit removal may have been due to the lack of strong, alternate sinks as vegetative growth was minimal due to water stress during the experimental period.

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Abdel Hameed Wassel

Spraying Roomy Red grapes with benomyl 15 days before harvesting was effective than the control in decreasing decay percentage during 77 days cold storage(2-3°C). On the other hand, it was of meaningless effect on shattering and bleaching.

Adding sodium bisulfite at a rate of 0.25 and 0.50 gms/skgs fruits just before storage minimized decay and shattering percentage. Simultaneously, no significant influence could be detected concerning its influence on bleaching. Sodium bisulffite reduced losses in grapes, weight as well as total soluble solids and acidity than the control and benomyl treatments. The studied parameters in grapes treated with benomyl and solium bisulfite as a pre and post-harvest treatment did not differ statistically than that of those treated with sodium bisulfite alone.