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Effect of water stress on some physiological aspects in grape vines Vitis vinifera L



Effect of water stress on some physiological aspects in grape vines Vitis vinifera L



Egyptian Journal of Horticulture 6(1): 91-103



Grapevine rooted cuttings, cvs Banaty (Thompson Seedless) and Romi Red were grown in containers with available moisture levels of 12.5 to 100%. In both cvs the osmotic pressure (OP) and refractometric index of the leaf cell sap increased between bud burst and the cessation of growth in all treatments, and also with increasing water availability. Leaf cell sap OP was higher in Banaty than in Romi Red and was more affected by water stress.

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