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Description and comparison of mature vines of Vitis vinifera L., cv. Albarino (produced from cuttings of old vines), in vitro propagated plants and seedlings, at one year of age

, : Description and comparison of mature vines of Vitis vinifera L., cv. Albarino (produced from cuttings of old vines), in vitro propagated plants and seedlings, at one year of age. Vitis 32(4): 245-246

Morphological characteristics of grape Albarino seedlings, mature vines (produced from cuttings) and in vitro propagated plants were compared in order to determine if in vitro culture restores juvenility. The basal and intermediate-zone leaves of seedlings and micropropagated plants shared several characteristics, including the virtual absence of bent hairs and strong pigmentation of the midrib and red coloration on the margins of the teeth.

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