A view into American grapevine history: Vitis vinifera cv. 'Sémillon' is an ancestor of 'Catawba' and 'Concord'

@article{Huber2016AVI,
  title={A view into American grapevine history: Vitis vinifera cv. 'S{\'e}millon' is an ancestor of 'Catawba' and 'Concord'},
  author={F. Huber and Franco R{\"o}ckel and F. Schwander and E. Maul and R. Eibach and P. Cousins and R. T{\"o}pfer},
  journal={Vitis: Journal of Grapevine Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={55},
  pages={53-56}
}
The Vitis vinifera background of 'Catawba' and 'Concord' was investigated by using SSR analysis: 'Semillon' was shown to be an ancestor of 'Catawba', while the wild parent remains unknown. 'Concord' was confirmed to be an offspring of 'Catawba' and another unknown wild parent. Since these two important American varieties most likely resulted from random natural crosses and successful selection, the original, wild growing wild donors remain unknown. 
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