Ivana Gribaudo

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Grape berries of Muscat cultivars (Vitis vinifera L.) contain high levels of monoterpenols and exhibit a distinct aroma related to this composition of volatiles. A structural gene of the plastidial methyl-erythritol-phosphate (MEP) pathway, 1-deoxy-D-xylulose 5-phosphate synthase (VvDXS), was recently suggested as a candidate gene for this trait, having(More)
Genetic transformation has emerged as a powerful tool for genetic improvement of fruit trees hindered by their reproductive biology and their high levels of heterozygosity. For years, genetic engineering of fruit trees has focussed principally on enhancing disease resistance (against viruses, fungi, and bacteria), although there are few examples of field(More)
Seedless grapes are greatly appreciated for fresh and dry fruit consumption. Parthenocarpy and stenospermocarpy have been described as the main phenomena responsible for seedlessness in Vitis vinifera. However, the key genes underpinning molecular and cellular processes that play a significant role in seed development are not well characterized. To identify(More)
Morphological, anatomical and physiological features of in vitro plantlets are affected by the environmental conditions experienced. The high water content inside in vitro-formed tissues makes difficult to maintain the original characteristics of samples from in vitro plantlets during the preparation procedures for morphological and anatomical studies. In(More)
  • M Fuchs, N Buzkan, Minafra A, Saldarelli P, Castellano A Dell 'orco, Martelli G P +157 others
  • 2003
Introduction Grapevine viruses can cause severe losses by substantially reducing yield, affecting fruit quality, and shortening the lifespan of infected plants in the vineyard. Strategies to control viruses are essentially preventive with sanitary selection programs or directed to eradicate virus vectors with agrochemicals. These strategies are effective at(More)
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