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Plant genetics and new grape varieties

Olmo, H. P.

Plant genetics and new grape varieties

by Olmo, H. P.

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Published by Microfilming Corp. of America in Sanford, N.C .
Written in English


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StatementHarold P. Olmo ; an interview conducted by Ruth Teiser ; with an introduction by James F. Guymon.
SeriesCalifornia wine industry oral history collection ;, no. 9, New York Times oral history program
ContributionsTeiser, Ruth.
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LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2500 no. 9 (Q)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination3 microfiches
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Open LibraryOL2161840M
LC Control Number88890815

  Cultivar Name: Breeder(s) Year of Release: Description: Perlette: HP Olmo: Table grape: Early Muscat: HP Olmo: Table and wine grape: Delight: HP Olmo. Selecting and breeding new grape varieties Harold P. Olmo The first crosses to produce new grape varieties were made in , 2 years after the University began the breeding project. During the past 50 years, over , vines of known parentage have been grown to .

Ancient DNA from Roman and medieval grape seeds reveal ancestry of wine making A grape variety still used in wine production in France today can be traced back years to just one ancestral plant, scientists have discovered. The microvine is a grapevine somatic variant. The Vvgai1 mutation results in a miniaturization of the vegetative organs of the plant keeping fruit size intact and a systematic conversion of tendrils into inflorescences. The physiological characterization of the vegetative and reproductive development of the microvine makes it possible to infer kinetic data from spatial : Anne Pellegrino, Charles Romieu, Markus Rienth, Laurent Torregrosa.

One should not question the origin of a brave man or a good wine, admonishes an old German proverb. But researchers at the University of California, Davis, couldn't resist doing the latter -- using modern DNA fingerprinting techniques to reveal the parentage of the highly esteemed Cabernet Sauvignon wine grape. Their conclusive discovery that the Cabernet Sauvignon vine .   Dr. Cantu says that in addition to the development of new grape varieties, it’s important to understand the genetic material of existing, but lesser-known, cultivars.


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Olmo, H. (Harold Paul), Teiser, : H. Olmo, James F. Guymon, Ruth. Teiser, Bancroft Library. Title. Plant genetics and new grape varieties: By.

Olmo, H. (Harold Paul), Teiser, Ruth. Guymon, James F. This list of grape varieties includes cultivated grapes, whether used for wine, or eating as a table grape, fresh or dried (raisin, currant, sultana).

The term grape variety refers to cultivars rather than actual botanical varieties according to Plant genetics and new grape varieties book International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, because they are propagated by cuttings and may have unstable reproductive properties.

Goals / Objectives This project is designed to transfer a parthenocarpic seedlessness gene and an embryo 'silencing' gene into seeded grapes. The seedless genes will be genetically engineered into somatic embryos of Florida hybrid bunch grape 'Blanc du Bois', muscadine grape cultivars 'Triumph' and 'Fry', and V.

vinifera grape 'Velika'. Grape Breeding Program: Resources and Information. Announcement: Cornell and USDA to host the biennial conference of North American Grape Breeders, August, Geneva, NY. Announcement: Three new wine grape varieties named and released, 10 Julyat the ASEV-ES meeting in Rochester, New York.

Announcement: 'Arandell' and 'Aromella'. Types of closures •Cork •industry standard BUT •decreased supply of cork trees from Portugal - increased cost • composite cork often used •cork taint from low quality cork •oxidized wine from cork failure •Synthetic cork •seems to not have any issues •Twist top - screw cap •primarily used for whites/rose that are consumed young, fruit.

57 Harold P. Olmo, “Plant Genetics and New Grape Varieties”, an oral history conducted in by Ruth Teiser, Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California Berkeley,p.

The new grape varieties gaining ground in Chile, Peru. And like Peru, the proportion of new varieties in the Chilean table grape industry was also sitting at just %, so while neither has reached California levels in terms of market share, there has still been a notable change.

We have to be careful to plant the right ones. "I do know. The grape breeding industry is dynamic, with new cultivars being released annually. In recent years there has been interest in breeding new grape cultivars to develop a new gene with wider ecological adaptation and to provide a response to viral pathogens.

To achieve these goals, biotechnological approaches to plant disease are employed. Full text of "Plant genetics and new grape varieties: transcript, " See other formats.

New York farmers now have a new way to satisfy consumers’ hunger for something different. Phillip Griffiths, associate professor of plant breeding and genetics at Cornell AgriTech, has released a collection of organic grape tomato varieties that are pretty, profitable and pack a culinary punch.

51 Olmo, Harold P.,Plant Genetics and New Grape Varieties, interview conducted by Ruth Teiser on April 8,California Wine Industry Oral History Project, Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley (), pp.

Many grape growers spend thousands of dollars each year spraying fungicides just to control powdery and downy mildews. Grapes are woody perennial vines that take three years to mature from seedling to a fruit-bearing plant, so traditional breeding of new grape varieties is expensive and time-consuming.

International Fruit Genetics (IFG) is a private Bakersfield, California-based fruit breeding company. The company licenses patented breeds of fruit to growers worldwide, and is the largest private breeder of table grapes in the world.

Among its variety of table grapes is Cotton Candy grapes, which it licenses to Bakersfield-based grower arters: Bakersfield, California, United States. According to new research published Monday in the journal Nature Plants, the fruity, acidic grapes that make up this white varietal, which hails from eastern France, have remained genetically.

This list of grape varieties includes cultivated grapes, whether used for wine, or eating as a table grape, fresh or dried (raisin, currant, sultana).

The term grape variety actually refers to cultivars rather than botanical varieties according to the International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, because they are propagated by cuttings and may have unstable reproductive properties.

Striem, M.J. and B.I. Reisch. New grape varieties resistant to fungal diseases. Alon Hanotea 50(11) (in Hebrew) Reisch, B.I. New cultivars from Cornell's grape breeding program. Proceedings of the Ohio Grape-Wine Short Course, February,   By French grape varieties comprised 67 percent of vineyard acreage in New World countries, up from 53 percent just 10 years before.

Almost all of the wine we drink stems from just a few grape. Depending on the plant breeding objectives, three phases in creating new grape varieties were determined: PHASE 1 Objective: Improvement of the quality of cultivated autochthonous grape vine varieities (Smederevka, Kevidinka, Prokupac, Kadarka) by its cross-breeding with top quality Western European grape varieties.

The. Plant genetics has experienced a genuine revolution during the last 15 years. This revolution started with the complete sequencing of the Arabidopsis (Kaul et al., ) and rice (Goff et al., ; Yu et al., ) genomes; however, since then a large number of other plant species have had their genomes entirely decoded.

Fortunately. It’s an extraordinary thing, but Nature does a much better job of creating new grape varieties than Man. It’s hard to think of any new variety that was bred to purpose and has made interesting wine. Perhaps the best known man-made variety is Müller-Thurgau, produced in Germany in by a cross between Riesling and.

A colorful collection of stellar new grape tomato varieties has been released by Cornell University's plant-breeding program. These Midnight Pear tomatoes among Cornell University's new varieties.Breeding new generations of grape varieties distinguished for excellent quality of the fruit and good yielding capacity and also resistant to major diseases and .