|Subject||Wine and Wine Grape Research 2009|
Held on February 18, 2009 at UC Davis, this event showcased viticulture and wine-related research projects as 15-minute talks by researchers. Wine and Wine Grape Research was offered by UC Davis Extension for the first time in 2009 and is anticipated to be offered annually as an opportunity for researchers, growers, winemakers, students, and others interested in cutting-edge projects. Sponsors included the American Vineyard Foundation, Viticulture Consortium West, and the National Grape and Wine Initiative.
Below are video links to the speakers who's presentations were recorded. Controls are provided to move easily between slides and no additional software is required.
The Wine and Wine Grape Research 2009 seminar was videotaped in high quality by UC ANR Communication Services. These Adobe Presenter files do not require any special software to run, but please wait about 12 seconds after clicking a link for the video to begin. Controls for the slides are provided.
Overview of the Unified Viticulture and Enology Grants System and Related Websites
Breeding The Roots and Shoots of Sustainable Viticulture
Improving Yield and Quality of Sauvignon Blanc
Spatial Variability of Winegrape Petiole Nutrient Content
Identifying Vitis Rootstocks With Resistance To Armillaria Root Disease
Impact and Sustainable Management of Eriophyid Mites in High-value Cool-climate West Coast Vineyards
Mealybug Transmission of Leafroll Viruses
Developments in Identification and Molecular Characterization of New Viruses in Grapevines Using Next Generation Sequencing
Molecular Detection of Grapevine Viruses
Research Successes in Powdery mildew, Canker diseases, and Esca
Inception, Diagnosis,and Consequences of the Berry Shrivel Disorder
Resveratrol and Grape Powder: Effect on Wnt Pathway Target Gene Expression in Colonic Mucosa and Colon Cancer in Humans – Implications For Cancer Prevention
Profiling Free Volatile Compounds in Cabernet Sauvignon Grapes and Wines
Eliminating Hydrogen Sulfide Formation during Wine Production
Production and Management of Aroma Compounds from Brettanomyces
For information on Wine and Wine Grape Research seminars, or other viticulture and enology courses offered by UC Davis Extension, visit their website at http://extension.ucdavis.edu/unit/winemaking