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Atsushi Kono, Akihiko Sato, Yusuke Ban and Nobuhito Mitani

Genetic structure and differentiation in cultivated grape, Vitis vinifera L Genet. Res. 81 179 192 Chambers, J.M. Cleveland, W.S. Kleiner, B. Tukey, P.A. 1983 Graphical methods for data analysis. Duxbury Press, Boston, MA Evans, 1971 Two new table grape

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Anil Shrestha, S. Kaan Kurtural, Matthew W. Fidelibus, Geoffrey Dervishian and Srinivasa Konduru

-susceptible Conyza canadensis on young grapevines ( Vitis vinifera L.) Weed Sci. 59 489 494 Ascard, J. 1998 Comparison of flaming and infrared radiation techniques for thermal weed control Weed Res. 38 69 76 Barberi, P. 2002 Weed management in organic agriculture

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Jason E. Stout, Joan R. Davenport and R. Troy Peters

st century climate change for the hydrology of Washington State Clim. Change 102 225 260 Evans, R.G. Spayd, S.E. Wample, R.L. Kroeger, M.W. Mahan, M.O. 1993 Water use of Vitis vinifera grapes in Washington Agr. Water Mgt. 23 109 124 Fereres, E

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Thomas M. Todaro and Imed E. Dami

trunks, canes, and buds and resulted in 88% to 100% crop loss to all vinifera ( Vitis vinifera ) cultivars throughout the state ( Dami et al., 2014 ). In 2014, only buds at the base of trunks that had been buried under soil mounds survived. The practice

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Napaporn Sae-Lee, Orapin Kerdchoechuen, Natta Laohakunjit, Benjawan Thumthanaruk, Dipayan Sarkar and Kalidas Shetty

of potassium dihydrogen phosphate (KH 2 PO 4 ), potassium nitrate (KNO 3 ), sodium selenite (Na 2 SeO 3 ), aluminium sulphate [Al 2 (SO 4 ) 3 ], and chitosan on dry cell weight of Vitis vinifera cv. Pok Dum cell cultures at 7, 14, 21, and 28 d

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Gerhard C. Rossouw, Jason P. Smith, Celia Barril, Alain Deloire and Bruno P. Holzapfel

root N replenishment is insufficient. Literature Cited Araujo, F. Williams, L.E. Matthews, 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

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Patrick Conner, Joann Conner, Paige Catotti, Jennifer Lewter, John R. Clark and Luiz A. Biasi

the cultivars; however, no sex-associated polymorphism from VSVV007 was identified. Fig. 1. Genomic structure of the VR006 amplicon in relation to grapevine trehalose-6-phosphate phosphatase gene. Vitis vinifera 12X sequence derived from Genbank NC

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Rachel P. Naegele

development of fungicide resistance likely requires a multilayer system for the host to maintain Botrytis resistance. Vitis vinifera , the cultivated grape species grown for its high-quality berries, is highly susceptible to Botrytis . Resistance to

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Moritz Knoche, Eckhard Grimm and Henrik Jürgen Schlegel

measurement of firmness and turgor pressure of grape berries ( Vitis vinifera L.) Sci. Hort. 25 129 136 Beyer, M. Peschel, S. Knoche, M. Knörgen, M. 2002 Studies on water transport through the sweet cherry fruit surface: IV. Regions of preferential uptake

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Patsy E. Wilson, Douglas D. Archbold, Joseph G. Masabni and S. Kaan Kurtural

‘Vidal blanc’ ( Vitis vinifera × Vitis rupestris ) is the most important white wine grape cultivar planted in Kentucky as a result of its adaptability to climate and soil and increased local demand. However, there is lack of information and