Berry Phenolics of Grapevine under Challenging Environments

@inproceedings{Teixeira2013BerryPO,
  title={Berry Phenolics of Grapevine under Challenging Environments},
  author={Ant{\'o}nio J. S. Teixeira and Jos{\'e} Eiras-Dias and Simone Diego Castellarin and Hern{\^a}ni Ger{\'o}s},
  booktitle={International journal of molecular sciences},
  year={2013}
}
Plant phenolics have been for many years a theme of major scientific and applied interest. Grape berry phenolics contribute to organoleptic properties, color and protection against environmental challenges. Climate change has already caused significant warming in most grape-growing areas of the world, and the climatic conditions determine, to a large degree, the grape varieties that can be cultivated as well as wine quality. In particular, heat, drought and light/UV intensity severely affect… CONTINUE READING

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