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Andrew L. Thomas, Jackie L. Harris, Elijah A. Bergmeier, and R. Keith Striegler

, harboring certain pests and disease inoculum, and possible winterhardiness issues. Lu and Ren (2001) compared early vine growth in muscadine grape ( Vitis rotundifolia ) in Florida when sheltered by either a 3-ft-tall grow tube or a 0.5-gal orange juice

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Rosanna Freyre, Chad Uzdevenes, Liwei Gu, and Kenneth H. Quesenberry

Horticultural Society colour chart. Royal Hort. Soc., London, UK Sandhu, A.K. Gu, L. 2010 Antioxidant capacity, phenolic content, and profiling of phenolic compounds in the seeds, skin, and pulp of Vitis rotundifolia (muscadine grapes) as determined by HPLC

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Kevin R. Kosola and Beth Ann A. Workmaster

been found in wild C . vulgaris populations ( Johansson 2000 ), similar to seasonal variation found in cultivated cranberry by Scagel (2003) . Ericoid mycorrhizal colonization in an arctic mixed ericaceous community dominated by Vaccinium vitis

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Milica Ćalović, Chunxian Chen, Qibin Yu, Vladimir Orbović, Frederick G. Gmitter Jr, and Jude W. Grosser

suspension cultures and leaves of Vitis vinifera and Vitis rotundifolia Acta Hort. 738 787 790

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Renee T. Threlfall, Olivia S. Hines, John R. Clark, Luke R. Howard, Cindi R. Brownmiller, Daniela M. Segantini, and Lydia J.R. Lawless

solids/titratable acidity ratio of blackberries was 6.7, whereas the optimum soluble solids/acid ratio for muscadine grapes ( Vitis rotundifolia Michaux) was ≈30, with 25 to 35 being acceptable ( Flora, 1979 ; Walker et al., 2001 ). The soluble solids

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Carolyn F. Scagel, Richard P. Regan, Rita Hummel, and Guihong Bi

coccinea ‘Lalandi’ and Ilex crenata ‘Rotundifolia’ J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 97 446 448 Kozlowski, T.T. Pallardy, S.G. 2002 Acclimation and adaptive responses of woody plants to environmental stresses Bot. Rev. 68 270 334 Lindstrom, O.M. Beverly, R

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E. Barclay Poling

I. INTRODUCTION AND RATIONALE An area of key viticultural concern for the eastern and midwestern regions of the United States has been the need to improve vine winterhardiness and the ability of cold-sensitive Vitis vinifera cultivars to

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fruit shape of Vitis euvitis hybrid bunch grapes using digital photography (Study 1) and identify inheritance patterns of leaf shape in unique populations of V. rotundifolia hybrids (Study 2). All vines studied were located at the University of

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John R. Clark and Chad E. Finn

grape. Origin: University of California, Davis, by A. Walker; Vitis rupestris A. de Serres x Muscadinia rotundifolia Cowart; introd. 2008; USPP 19,981; 12 May 2009. Plant: hermaphroditic, sterile flowers; 2n=39; 80% success rate of rooting and