Title : “ Functional xylem in the post-veraison grape berry ”


In this paper, the authors challenge the idea that the xylem – the bundle of vessels that conduct water and solutes from the roots to the berry – becomes disrupted after veraison. Instead, they prove that these conduits are alive and well, even after fruit ripening. • The xylem are vascular bundles formed by dead cells that transport sap from the roots to… (More)


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