Grape Glossary

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A

Abiotic natural controlAbscission layerAbsorptionAcclimationAcid soilAcropetalActive ingredientAdsorptionAdjuvantAdventitious rootsAdventitious budAerial rootAfter-ripeningAgingAisleAlkaline soilAmerican grapeAmpelographyAnionAntherAnthesisAnthocyaninAoutementApexApical dominanceApical meristemArmAromaAsexual propagationAstringencyAvailable waterAvenueAxilAxillary bud

B

BacteriumBalanced pruning; Bark, plantBasalBasal budBasipetalBerryBerry setBiological controlBilateral cordonBleedingBlendingBlightBlind budsBloomBotrytisBrixBroadleafBrushBudBudburstBuddingBud scalesBud sportBud stick

C

Calcareous soilCallusCalyptraCalyxCambiumCaneCane trainingCankerCanopyCanopy managementCap fallCap stemCapacityCarboyCatch wireCationCausal agentCertified planting stockChaptalizingChilling requirementChlorophyllChlorosisCloneClusterCluster stemCluster thinningCold stabilizationCompatibilityCompostContact herbicideContact insecticideCordonCorollaCoulureCount budCover cropCrawlerCrossCrownCultivarCultivationCultural controlCurtainCuticleCutting

D

DeciduousDefoliationDegree dayDentateDiagnosticDiatomaceous earthDioeciousDisbuddingDistalDormancyDormant pruning

E

Economic injury levelELISAEmasculationEmbryo rescueEngustmentEnologyEpidemicEpidermisEradicantEradicationEutypa diebackEvapotranspirationExocarpEye (bud)

F

FasciationFertilizationField graftingField heatFilamentFilamentousFilteringFiningFloral differentiationFlower capFoliar feedingFoundation stockFrench-American hybridsFruit setFruitful budFruiting caneFruiting woodFruiting zoneFumigantFungicide

G

GallGenerationGenotypeGenusGibberellins, gibberellic acid (GA)GirdlingGlabrousGlaucousGraft, graftingGraft compatibilityGreen manure cropGrow tubeGrowth regulatorGrowth retardantGuard cellsGuttation

H

Hair, plantHardpanHardyHarvestabilityHead, grapevineHeadlandHedgingHerbaceousHerbicideHoneydewHormone, plantHostHot spotHybridHydathodeHydrometerHypha

I

IncompatibilityIndexingIndicator plantIndoleacetic acid (IAA)InfectionInfestInfiltration rateInflorescenceIntegrated controlInternodeInterveinalInoculumInsect growth regulatorInstarInversion, temperature

J

Juicing

L

LaminaLarvaLatent budLateralLateral shootLayerLeachingLeafLeaf bladeLeaf budLeaf scarLeesLegsLenticelLesionLife cycleLight saturationLignifiedLime sulfurLobeLoculeLyre system

M

Macroclimate, Mesoclimate, MicroclimateMalolactic fermentationMarginMating disruptionMaturityMechanical injuryMethoxypyrazinesMicrofloraMiddleMicrofaunaMicronutrientsMillerandageMOGMoltMonoeciousMouthfeelMulchMummyMuscadineMuscatMustMustang grapesMutationMyceliumMycorrhizal fungi

N

NematicideNematode; NecrosisNodeNodosityNouaisonNymph

O

Oak root fungusOrganic matterOvaryOvercroppingOverwinterOvicideOwn-rooted vine

P

ParasiteParasitoidParenchymaParthenocarpy; PathogenPedicelPedunclePermanent wilting pointPerennial weedPerennial woodPerfect flowerPericarpPeridermPestPetiole; Phenolic Compounds (Grapes and Wine)PhenotypePheromonePhloemPhytoplasmaPhotosynthesis; PistilPistillate flowerPithPollenPollination (definition)PomacePredaciousPre-emergent herbicidePre-plantPressingPrimary budPrimary fermentationPrimordiaProtectantPubescent

Q

Quarantine

R

RachisRackingRe-entry interval, re-entry periodRefractometerResidualResidual sugarResistanceRenewal spurRhizosphereRootstockRosetteRowRugose

S

SanitationScionScuppernongSecond cropSecondary budSecondary fermentationSelective herbicideSelf-pollinationSenescenceSepalSerrationsShatterShootShoot positioningShoot thinningShot berryShouldered clusterSinkSinusSlip-skinSod cultureSoil fumigantSoil structureSoil textureSourceSpeciesSpurStamenStaminate flowerStemmer-crusherStenospermocarpyStigmaStockStomateStrategic leaf pruningStratificationStyleSuberinSucculentSuckerSuckeringSulfitesSunscaldSupercoolingSurfactantSusceptibleSystemicSystemic herbicide

T

TanninTeinturierTemperature inversionTendrilTensiometerTerpenesTerroirTertiary budTetraploidThresholdTissue analysisTissue cultureTitratable acidityTomentumTopping upTopworkingTrace elementsTuberosity; Grapevine trainingTranslocationTranspirationTrellisTrunkTurgidityTytape

V

VacuoleVarietal characterVarietyVascular elementsVectorVegetative propagationVeinVeraisonVertical shoot positioning (VSP)Vine densityVine shelterVine sizeviniferaVinifyVintageVirusVirus-testedViticultureVitis labruscaVitis rotundifoliaVitis vinifera

W

WaterberryWater sproutWettable powderWingWiltWinkler RegionWire moving

X

Xylem

Y

YeastYield-to-pruning weight ratio

 

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