Influence of Temperature, Solar Radiation and Nitrogen on Coloration and Composition of Emperor Grapes

@inproceedings{Kliewer1977InfluenceOT,
  title={Influence of Temperature, Solar Radiation and Nitrogen on Coloration and Composition of Emperor Grapes},
  author={W. Mark Kliewer},
  year={1977}
}
Fruit coloration was investigated in Emperor vines grown in pots in sunlit phytotron, lathhouse, and field conditions under various temperature and light regimes in combination with different levels of nitrogen. At day/night temperatures of 37/32°C no anthocyanins were formed in fruits under either high light (HL; 66.5% sunlight) or low light (LL; 9.5% sunlight), whereas at field temperatures (FT; mean daily temperature 20.3°C), considerable anthocyanins formed under HL (100% sun) or LL (8.9… CONTINUE READING

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