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The Climate Change Impact On Grapevine Productivity

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The viticulture, a traditional branch of the national economy, is closely related to climatic conditions because the Republic of Moldova territory represents the northern border of its territorial location. Therefore the knowledge of regional particularities of grapevine productivity formation in dependence of current agro-climatic conditions is of particular interest. Along with accelerated climate change in last decades over the Republic of Moldova territory, we find that are essential changes concerning agro-meteorological conditions, at the same time comprehensive researches that would reflect the actual impact of climate change on grapevine are limited. There are known researches, but in the context of changes that occur at regional level it is necessary to supplement permanently the database in order to elaborate an appropriate estimation of current climate conditions. The above reported facts show the importance of parameters influencing the grapevine productivity time and space study in Republic of Moldova.

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Low-Temperature Stress Tolerance of Grapevine Varieties of Different Ecological and Geographical Origin

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Influence of the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne incognita r. 1 on growth of grapevine

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Impact of nickel on grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) root plasma membrane, ROS generation, and cell viability

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Grapevine yellows affecting the Croatian indigenous grapevine cultivar Grk

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Exogenous isoleucine and phenylalanine interact with abscisic acid-mediated anthocyanin accumulation in grape

oto -Y amamoto N., H oriuchi S., 2003. Abscisic acid and 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid affect the expression of anthocyanin biosynthetic pathway genes in ‘Kyoho’ grape berries. J. Hortic. Sci. Biotechnol. 78, 586-589. B oss P.K., D avies C, R obinson S.P., 1996. Analysis of the expression of anthocyanin pathway genes in developing Vitis vinifera L. cv Shiraz grape berries and the implications for pathway regulation. Plant Physiol. 111, 1059-1066. B rar H.S., S ingh Z., S winny E., C ameron I., 2008. Girdling and grapevine leafroll associated

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Proteomics and interactomics in grapevine: the next level in the study

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To understand the cellular biology and biochemistry of plant cell behavior, there is not only one approach for studying proteins which are directly responsible for cellular activity. However, despite the enormous quantity of information generated by transcriptome analysis, the picture is still incomplete. The proteomic and interactomic approaches present a new point of view that so far has been missing. Comparative proteomics provide a powerful means to study products of genes and their regulation. On the other side, interactomes of different species can provide information about the evolutionary mechanisms leading to organism diversity. Then, this analysis allows scientists to better understand how complex biological processes are regulated and evolved.

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Proteomic Insight Into the Molecular Principles of Grapevine Habituation

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Changes of mycorrhizal colonization along moist gradient in a vineyard of Eger (Hungary)

References [1] Auge, R. M. (2001), Water relations. drought and vesicular-arbusciilar mycorrhizal symbiosis, Mycorrhiza 11,3-42. [2] Aguin. O., Mansilla. P., Vilarino, A., Sainz, M. (2004), Effects of mycorrhizal inoculation on root morphology and nursery production of three grapevine rootstocks. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 55(1), 108-111. [3] Baumgartner. K. (2003), Why and how. Encouraging beneficial AM fungi in vineyard soil, Practical Winery and Vineyard 14, 57-60. [4

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Plant and leaf responses to cycles of water stress and re-watering of ‘Sangiovese’ grapevine

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