Reflecting this change, modern domesticated grapes are known scientifically as vitis
The study was conducted with leaves from adult plants of apple Malus domestica 'Fuji Suprema' (Rosaceae), persimmon Diospyros kaki 'Fuyu' (Ebenaceae), and grape Vitis
labrusca 'Niagara Rosada' (Vitaceae).
This virus has been demonstrated to comprise a family of molecular variants, and a specific relationship between some of the viral variant groups and distinct Vitis
species appears to exist.
The reproductive strategies of Vitis
species are highly variable, including dioecious, polygamous-dioic or hermaphrodite types.
Nerines look great against dark, evergreen backdrops, in front of a wall of smoky purple Vitis
Purpurea or against a border of blue perennials such as Salvia patens.
Grapevine crown gall, as one of the most important diseases of grapevine around the world, (2,3) is caused mainly by Rhizobium vitis
(Ti) [= Agrobacterium vitis
However, approximately 80% of this acreage is planted with Vitis
labrusca (primarily Concord and Niagara), which are utilized by the grape juice industry.
Also, the majority of the plantlets derived from micro shoot tips and nods of Vitis
pseudoreticulata as obtained on half-strength MS solid medium supplemented with 9.
Macedonia and the other countries of former Yugoslavia have joined forces with Greece, Albania, Bulgaria and Romania to set up the "Iter Vitis
Balkan" Association, the Balkan wine route which is designed to bring the Balkan countries together, affirm their rich cultural heritage and common tradition in winegrowing and wine-making.
is the Latin name for which fruitbearing plant?
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