Drought-induced changes in development and function of grapevine ( Vitis spp . ) organs and in their hydraulic and non-hydraulic interactions at the whole-plant level : a physiological and molecular update

@inproceedings{Lovisolo2010DroughtinducedCI,
  title={Drought-induced changes in development and function of grapevine ( Vitis spp . ) organs and in their hydraulic and non-hydraulic interactions at the whole-plant level : a physiological and molecular update},
  author={Claudio Lovisolo and Irene Perrone and Andrea Carra and Alessandra Ferrandino and Jaume Flexas and H. Medrano and Andrea Schubert},
  year={2010}
}
This review deals with grapevine responses to water stress by examining perturbations to physiological and molecular processes at the root, shoot, leaf and berry levels. Long-distance signalling among organs is also considered. Isohydric or anisohydric Vitis genotypes are described in relation to their response to drought, which is linked to stomatal behaviour. Stomatal regulation of grapevine under abscisic acid and hydraulic control (the latter being linked to embolism formation and recovery… CONTINUE READING
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