Grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) is an economically important crop with a wide geographical distribution, reflecting its ability to grow successfully in a range of climates. However, many vineyards are located in regions with seasonal drought, and these are often predicted to be global climate change hotspots. Climate change affects the entire physiology of grapevine, with strong effects on yield, wine quality and typicity, making it difficult to produce berries of optimal enological quality and consistent stability over the forthcoming decades.

Distinct transcriptome responses to water limitation in isohydric and anisohydric grapevine cultivars

DAL SANTO, SILVIA;ZENONI, Sara;TORNIELLI, Giovanni Battista;FASOLI, Marianna;PEZZOTTI, Mario
2016-01-01

Abstract

Grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) is an economically important crop with a wide geographical distribution, reflecting its ability to grow successfully in a range of climates. However, many vineyards are located in regions with seasonal drought, and these are often predicted to be global climate change hotspots. Climate change affects the entire physiology of grapevine, with strong effects on yield, wine quality and typicity, making it difficult to produce berries of optimal enological quality and consistent stability over the forthcoming decades.
Grapevine; Photosynthesis; Transcriptome; Water stress and stomatal behavior
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