Transcriptional analysis of late ripening stages of grapevine berry

@inproceedings{Guillaumie2011TranscriptionalAO,
  title={Transcriptional analysis of late ripening stages of grapevine berry},
  author={Sabine Guillaumie and Romain Fouquet and Christian D. Kappel and C{\'e}line Camps and Nancy Terrier and Dominique Moncomble and Jake D. Dunlevy and Christopher Davies and Paul K Boss and Serge Delrot},
  booktitle={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2011}
}
The composition of grapevine berry at harvest is a major determinant of wine quality. Optimal oenological maturity of berries is characterized by a high sugar/acidity ratio, high anthocyanin content in the skin, and low astringency. However, harvest time is still mostly determined empirically, based on crude biochemical composition and berry tasting. In this context, it is interesting to identify genes that are expressed/repressed specifically at the late stages of ripening and which may be… CONTINUE READING
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