Effects of exogenous abscisic acid on antioxidant capacities, anthocyanins, and flavonol contents of muscadine grape (Vitis rotundifolia
While the Old World had one grape species of note, America had several, including fox grapes (Vitis labrusca), river-bank grapes (Vitis riparia), and muscadine grapes (Vitis rotundifolia
A quick mental inventory of plants reassures me of my location, however: gnarled and twisted live oaks, eastern red cedars, yaupon holly and the lianas themselves--the native muscadine grape, Vitis rotundifolia
Muscadines, Vitis rotundifolia
, are wild grapes native to the Southeast and indigenous to Mississippi.
Several studies on Vitis rupestris (Olah et al., 2003), Vitis rotundifolia
(Dhekney et al., 2011; Li et al., 2014) and Vitis vinifera (Vidal et al., 2009) has been similarly succeeded to obtain regeneration using leaves as explants.
The US Department of Health and Human Services states that "the muscadine grape (Vitis rotundifolia
) is distinct from the more common red grapes used to produce red wines, a major source of resveratrol.
Muscadinia is endemic to the southeastern United States of America, and, among the three species known, only Vitis rotundifolia
Banana Smilax bona-nox Saw greenbrier Vitis rotundifolia
Muscadine grape Parthenocissus quinquefolia Virginia creeper Erythrina herbacea Coralbean Liquidambar styraciflua American sweetgum Prunus americana American plum Magnolia grandifolia Southern magnolia Tilia americana Basswood Calicarpa americana American beautyberry Citrus paradisi x C.
Walker's hybrid GRN-1 rootstock has high disease resistance since it's half Vitis rotundifolia
, the southern Muscadine family like Scuppernong, which has very high resistance to fanleaf virus as well as phylloxera.
Grape rust, Physopella ampelopsidis, on Vitis rotundifolia
in North Carolina.
In vitro micropropagation and plant establishment of muscadine grape cultivars (Vitis rotundifolia
Antiinflammatory properties of the muscadine grape (Vitis rotundifolia