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- Buesa, I.; Caccavello, G.; Basile, B.; Merli, M. C.; Poni, S.; Chirivella, C.; Intrigliolo, D. S.
- Australian journal of grape and wine research 2019 v.25 no.1 pp. 70-82
- Vitis; anthocyanins; climate; climate change; color; cultivars; deficit irrigation; environmental factors; grapes; leaves; photosynthesis; red wines; ripening; small fruits; sugars; vines; water stress; Spain
- ... BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Climate change is advancing grape ripening and decoupling sugar and phenolic maturity, impacting wine typicity. The aim of this study was to test whether late leaf removal (LLR) under different watering regimes delayed harvest of two Spanish red cultivars in a semi‐arid and temperate‐warm climate. METHODS AND RESULTS: In two trials carried out in eastern Spain with the Bobal a ...
- Fahey, D.J.; Rogiers, S.Y.
- Australian journal of grape and wine research 2019 v.25 no.1 pp. 134-141
- Vitis; abortion (plants); antitranspirants; canopy; carbon dioxide fixation; emulsions; flowering; gas exchange; grapes; leaves; peas; photosynthesis; plant tissues; small fruits; stomatal conductance; stomatal movement; temperature; water use efficiency; water vapor
- ... BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Di‐1‐p‐menthene, a film‐forming antitranspirant, is reported to impede transpiration by acting as a physical barrier to water vapour loss from plant tissues. We tested this assumption on grapevine leaves across a range of temperature as well as on the bunch rachis and berries at several developmental stages. METHODS AND RESULTS: Gas exchange of Shiraz leaves was monitored at 2 ...