labrusca


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labrusca

(ləˈbrʌskə)
n
(Plants) the fox grape
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Silva (2017) found no significant differences for pH and TSS / TA ratio in 'Niagara Branca' grapes (Vitis labrusca), with the pre and post-harvest application of different vegetal extracts.
Tony Labrusca sa mga beki't matrona: Sobrang taba ko...
Tony Labrusca on reading books and older women !-- -- Gil Villa (The Philippine Star) - August 31, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines Something in the power of reading to transport one elsewhere makes Tony Labrusca engrossed with the experience in quite the same way his apparent appeal to older women does.
Actor Tony Labrusca is uncomfortable with the sex symbol tag he earned over his love scenes with Angel Aquino from an online series.
We recall that almost a year ago, when the decision-makers of iWant TV decided to launch this now highly successful streaming application by choosing the Angel Aquino-Tony Labrusca tandem for Glorious as its opening salvo, the reception was phenomenal!
Not only were they resistant to phylloxera, but some also offered enough cold-hardiness to survive the cold winters, some measure of disease resistance, and flavor profiles that were different from those of labrusca wines.
Starring: Eddie Garcia, Tony Labrusca, Liane Valentin, Henz Villaraiz
(2016) utilizaron la cascara de la uva (Vitis labrusca L.) y la semilla (orujo) para elaborar harina (HCUS), empleandola como ingrediente funcional.
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 la llegada de los espanoles algunas culturas mesoamericanas ya hacian bebidas a partir de vides silvestres, como las ahora llamadas Rupestris, Berlandieri y Labrusca, que eran combinadas con miel y otras frutas.
In contrast, the biological effects of wine and juice from American grape species (Vitis labrusca) have not been compared.
viburni reared on leaves of apple Malus domestical (Borkh.), persimmon Diospyros kaki L., and grape Vitis labrusca L.