Transcript and metabolite analysis in Trincadeira cultivar reveals novel information regarding the dynamics of grape ripening

@inproceedings{Fortes2011TranscriptAM,
  title={Transcript and metabolite analysis in Trincadeira cultivar reveals novel information regarding the dynamics of grape ripening},
  author={Ana Margarida Fortes and Patricia Agudelo-Romero and Marta S. Silva and Kashif Ali and Lisete Sousa and Federica Maltese and Young Hae Choi and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Grimplet and Jos{\'e} M Martinez- Zapater and Robert Verpoorte and Maria Salom{\'e} Soares Pais},
  booktitle={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2011}
}
Grapes (Vitis vinifera L.) are economically the most important fruit crop worldwide. However, the complexity of molecular and biochemical events that lead to the onset of ripening of nonclimacteric fruits is not fully understood which is further complicated in grapes due to seasonal and cultivar specific variation. The Portuguese wine variety Trincadeira gives rise to high quality wines but presents extremely irregular berry ripening among seasons probably due to high susceptibility to abiotic… CONTINUE READING

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