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Viticulture in a Changing Climate. Session 2. High-Throughput/Omics Perspectives of Grapevine Response to Stress

Convener: Aaron Fait , BIDR & Nurit Agam, BIDR

High-throughput/Omics perspectives of grapevine response to stress.
The economic value of grape as an agricultural crop relates not only to the yield but also to the quality of the berry as reflected by its chemical composition. A fundamental strategy to ameliorate fruit quality in a changing climate by optimizing viticulture practices lies in the (i) understanding of the mechanisms modulating the molecular physiology of the vine and the grape, (ii) dissecting the regulation of polyphenol and aroma potential, and the (iii) identification of candidate gene regulators of key biochemical pathways.

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  • Viticulture in a Changing Climate. Session 2. High-Throughput/Omics Perspectives of Grapevine Response to Stress

    1. Dr. Uri Hochberg

    Making (Non)sense of Grapevine Cultivars Classification into Iso/anisohydric

    Volcani Institute, Agricultural Research Organization, Israel

  • Viticulture in a Changing Climate. Session 2. High-Throughput/Omics Perspectives of Grapevine Response to Stress

    2. Dr. Yishai Netzer

    Pruning after Budbreak Affects Phenology, Physiology, Yield Components and Improved Wine Quality of Malbec

    Ariel University, Israel

  • Viticulture in a Changing Climate. Session 2. High-Throughput/Omics Perspectives of Grapevine Response to Stress

    3. Prof. Lawrence Hipps

    Coherent Interactions of Turbulence and Microclimate in Irrigated Vineyards

    Utah State University, USA

  • Viticulture in a Changing Climate. Session 2. High-Throughput/Omics Perspectives of Grapevine Response to Stress

    4. Dr. Noam Reshef

    Controlling Fruit Sourness in a Changing Climate: Genetic Loci, Genes, and Metabolic Changes Associated with Grape Malate Levels

    Volcani Institute, Agricultural Research Organization, Israel

  • Viticulture in a Changing Climate. Session 2. High-Throughput/Omics Perspectives of Grapevine Response to Stress

    5. Dr. Maria Mar Alsina Marti

    Using Remote Sensing to Monitor Vine Water Status in a Production Environment: Opportunities and Challenges

    E&J Gallo Winery, USA

  • Viticulture in a Changing Climate. Session 2. High-Throughput/Omics Perspectives of Grapevine Response to Stress

    6. Dr. Or Sperling

    Droughts’ Instantaneous and Lasting Effects on Grapevines’ Water Use

    Volcani Institute, Agricultural Research Organization, Israel

  • Viticulture in a Changing Climate. Session 2. High-Throughput/Omics Perspectives of Grapevine Response to Stress

    7. Prof. Greg Gambetta

    Towards Drought Tolerant Ideotypes: Using Integrative Approaches to Identify Drought Tolerance Trait Syndromes in Grapevine

    Bordeaux Sciences Agro & Institut des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin (ISVV, France

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