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Impact of soil texture and water availability on the hydraulic control of plant and grape-berry developmentAuthor(s): Sara Tramontini; Cornelis van Leeuwen; Jean-Christophe Domec; Agnès Destrac-Irvine; Cyril Basteau; Marco Vitali; Olaf Mosbach-Schulz; Claudio Lovisolo
Source: Plant Soil 368:215–230
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionAll components of the soil-plant-atmosphere (s-p-a) continuum are known to control berry quality in grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) via ecophysiological interactions between water uptake by roots and water loss by leaves. The scope of the present work was to explore how the main hydraulic components of grapevine influence fruit quality through changes in liquid and gas-phase hydraulic conductance.
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CitationTramontini, Sara; van Leeuwen, Cornelis; Domec, Jean-Christophe; Destrac-Irvine, Agnès; Basteau, Cyril; Vitali, Marco; Mosbach-Schulz, Olaf; Lovisolo, Claudio. 2013. Impact of soil texture and water availability on the hydraulic control of plant and grape-berry development. Plant Soil 368:215–230.
KeywordsCabernet franc, Grapevine, Hydraulic architecture, Merlot, Soil type, Water deficit
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