BIO Web of Conferences
Volume 5, 201538th World Congress of Vine and Wine (Part 1)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||01 July 2015|
- FAO . Towards a water and food secure future. Critical Perspectives for Policy-makers. 69, pp. (2015).
- B.Sebastian, P.Baeza, L.G.Santesteban, P.S.de Miguel, M.De La Fuente, J.R.Lissarrague Response of grapevine cv Syrah to irrigation frequency and water distribution pattern in a clay soil. Agricultural Water Management 148, 269–279 (2015) [CrossRef]
- L.H.Comas, D.M.Eissenstat, A.N.Lakso, Assessing root death and root system dynamics in a study of grape canopy pruning. New Phytol. 147, 171–178 (2000) [CrossRef]
- A.Carbonneau, P.Costanza, Response of vine leaf water potential to quick variation in canopy exposure. Example of canopy opening manipulation of Merlot (Vitis vinifera L.). J. Int. Sci. Vigne Vin. 38. 27–33 (2004)
- L.Van Huyssteen, The grapevine root and its environment. Department of agriculture and water supply, pp. 44–54 (1988)
- J.Bergqvist, N.Dokoozlian, N.Ebusida, Sunlight exposure temperature effects on berry growth and compositon of Cabernet-Sauvignon and Grenache in the Central San Joaquin Valley of California. Am.J. Enol. Vitic. 52(1) 1–7 (2001)
- S.E.Spayd, J.M.Tarara, D.L.Mee, J.C.Ferguson, Separation of sunlight and temperature effects on the composition of Vitis vinifera cv. Merlot berries. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture (53). 171–182 (2002)
- L.H.Comas, L.J.Andersson, R.M.Dunst, A.N.Lakso, D.M.Eissenstat, Canopy and environmental control of root dynamics in a long-term study of Concord grape. New Phytol. 167, 829–840 (2005) [CrossRef] [PubMed]
- A.Deloire, A.Carbonneau, H.Ojeda, Z.Wang, La vigne et l’eau. Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin 38. 1–13 (2004)
- L.E.Williams, F.J.Araujo, Correlations among predawn leaf midday leaf, and midday stem water potential and their correlations with other measures of soil and plant water status in Vitis vinifera, Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 127.3 448–454 (2002)
- L.E.Williams, P.Baeza, Relationships among ambient temperature and vapor pressure deficit and. leaf and stem water potentials of fully irrigated, field- grown grapevines. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 58. 2. 173–181 (2007)
- K.E.Saxton, W.J.Rawls, Soil water characteristic estimates by texture andorganic matter for hydrologic solutions. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 70, 1569–1578 (2006) [CrossRef]
- C.Van Leeuwen, O.Tregoat, X.Chone, B.Bois, D.Pernet, J.P.Gaudillere, Vine water status is a key factor in grape ripening and vintage quality for red- Bordeaux wine. How can it be assessed for vineyard management purposes? J. Int. Sci. Vigne Vin. 43, 121–134 (2009)
- T.Dufourcq, L.Gontier, E.Serrano, N.Ollat, Leaf area and crop yield ratio: Effects on vine water status, must quality, wine quality for four varieties trained in south-west France. Progrès Agricole et Viticole. 122, 503–507. (2005)
- M.De la Fuente, P.Baeza, P.Sánchez de Miguel, J.R.Lissarrague, Relation between exposed leaf surface, level of intercepted radiation and overall yield of plants. 33rd OIV World Congress of Vine and Wine. 8th General Assembly of the OIV, 20-25 June 2010, Tbilisi, Georgia, 13 pp. (2013)
- De la Fuente, M.R.Linares, P.Baeza, J.R.Lissarrague, Importance of canopy porosity into vineyard and the relationship with the grape maturity. Digital estimation method. Ciência e Técnica Vitivinícola. 28, and Proc. of 18th International GiESCO Symposium 633–638p (2013)
- L.Haselgrove, D.Bottinf, R.Heeswijck, P.B.Rod, P.Dry, C.Ford, P.G.Illand, Canopy microclimate and berry composition: the effect of bunch exposure on the phenolic composition Vitis vinifera. L. cv Shiraz grape berries. Aus. J. Grape and Wine Research 6: 141–149 (2000) [CrossRef]
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