Thompson seedless


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Thompson seedless

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A round-berried, green, seedless or nearly seedless variety of grape widely cultivated in the United States for table use and for drying as raisins.

[After W.B. Thompson (1869-1930), American horticulturist.]
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Noun1.Thompson seedless - seedless green table grape of CaliforniaThompson Seedless - seedless green table grape of California
vinifera grape - grape from a cultivated variety of the common grape vine of Europe
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This year, the agriculture department has initially introduced five types of grapes including King Ruby, Sugarone, Flame Seedless, Vitro Black and Thompson Seedless and the experiment of cultivating these five types of seed in the region has been successful so far.
For a white seedless grape, consider 'Interlaken.' A cross of 'Ontario' and 'Thompson Seedless,' 'Interlaken' produces compact, medium bunches of small, white, seedless grapes with a distinct "American" or "foxy," sweet, aromatic flavor.
Thompson Seedless, the leading raisin variety crushed for 2016, held 2% of the total crush.
Thompson Seedless was conducted to develop a protocol for high frequency regeneration and Agrobacterium mediated P5CS gene transfer.
Therefore, effects of 100% organic materials, namely nanosize calcite (CaCO3, SiO2, MgO, and Fe2O3) and seaweed extract (Ascophyllium nodosum) pulverizations on size, fertility and germination rates of the pollens of 'Thompson Seedless' and 'Narince' grapevine cultivars were investigated.
Three table grape varieties -- Bangalore Blue, Bangalore Purple and Thompson Seedless -- that for many years went into the making of sparkling wines produced in India, are used to make Janus.
Durante las temporadas 2006-2007 se hicieron cinco ensayos con uva de mesa en patronales de "thompson seedless" y uno con "superior seedless".
Grape varieties, such as Thompson seedless, Muscat, Sultana, and Malaga are the most popular to dehydrate, whether by sun or oven drying.
Figure 1 shows fractional anisotropy (FA) maps of water movement in a Thompson Seedless grape berry.

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