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Susana Boso Alonso, Virginia Alonso-Villaverde Pilar Gago, José L. Santiago, Mariá C. Martínez and Emilio Rodriguez

were eventually located. After several years of preliminary work ( Martínez et al., 1994 ), eight of these plants that showed small ampelographic or agronomic differences were finally selected. Cuttings of each of these clones were planted at the Misión

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Pavel Pavloušek

be used as a starting point for the cultivation in organic viticulture. Ampelographic Description The leaf of ‘Cerason’ is a medium size, wedge to circular shape with three not clean-cut lobes. The leaf is dark green. The bottom side of the leaf is

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Omar Franco-Mora, Edgar Jesús Morales-Rosales, Andrés González-Huerta and Juan Guillermo Cruz-Castillo

vegetative variability demonstrated in this ampelographic study ( Fig. 2 ). In Spain, zones serving as refuge areas for Vitis and the occurrence of genotypes with high potential for wine marketing have been reported ( Santiago et al., 2008 ). With the

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

well represented). Tuscany, the region of presumed origin of ‘Sangiovese’, is well represented by more than 90 cultivars and accessions. All material analyzed was previously selected and identified by ampelographic study to guarantee whether genetic

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Beibei Li, Jianfu Jiang, Xiucai Fan, Ying Zhang, Haisheng Sun, Guohai Zhang and Chonghuai Liu

cultivars Guoshu Xuebao 23 531 533 (in Chinese) Maletić, E. Pejic, I. Kontić, J.K. Zdunić, D. Preiner, D. Simon, S. Stupic, D. 2015 Ampelographic and genetic characterization of Croatian grapevine varieties Vitis 54 93 98 Marinoni, D.T. Raimondi, S. Ruffa, P