Grape Glossary

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A

Abiotic natural control; Abscission layer; Absorption; Acclimation; Acid soil; Acropetal; Active ingredient; Adsorption; Adjuvant; Adventitious roots; Adventitious bud; Aerial root; After-ripening; Aging; Aisle; Alkaline soil; American grape; Ampelography; Anion; AntherAnthesisAnthocyanin; Aoutement; Apex; Apical dominance; Apical meristemArmAroma; Asexual propagation; Astringency; Available water; Avenue; AxilAxillary bud

B

Bacterium; Balanced pruning; Bark, plantBasalBasal bud; Basipetal; Berry; Berry set; Biological control; Bilateral cordon; Bleeding; Blending; Blight; Blind buds; Bloom; Botrytis; Brix; Broadleaf; BrushBud; Budburst; Budding; Bud scales; Bud sport; Bud stick

C

Calcareous soil; Callus; CalyptraCalyxCambiumCane; Cane training; CankerCanopyCanopy management; Cap fall; Cap stem; Capacity; Carboy; Catch wire; Cation; Causal agent; Certified planting stock; Chaptalizing; Chilling requirement; ChlorophyllChlorosisCloneCluster; Cluster stem; Cluster thinningCold stabilization; Compatibility; Compost; Contact herbicide; Contact insecticide; CordonCorolla; Coulure; Count bud; Cover crop; Crawler; Cross; Crown; Cultivar; Cultivation; Cultural control; Curtain; Cuticle; Cutting

D

Deciduous; Defoliation; Degree day; Dentate; Diagnostic; Diatomaceous earth; Dioecious; Disbudding; Distal; Dormancy; Dormant pruning

E

Economic injury level; ELISA; Emasculation; Embryo rescue; Engustment; Enology; Epidemic; Epidermis; Eradicant; Eradication; Eutypa dieback; EvapotranspirationExocarp; Eye (bud)

F

Fasciation; Fertilization; Field grafting; Field heatFilament; Filamentous; Filtering; Fining; Floral differentiation; Flower cap; Foliar feeding; Foundation stock; French-American hybridsFruit setFruitful budFruiting caneFruiting wood; Fruiting zone; Fumigant; Fungicide

G

Gall; Generation; Genotype; Genus; Gibberellins, gibberellic acid (GA); Girdling; Glabrous; Glaucous; Graft, grafting; Graft compatibility; Green manure crop; Grow tube; Growth regulator; Growth retardant; Guard cells; Guttation

H

Hair, plantHardpan; Hardy; Harvestability; Head, grapevine; Headland; HedgingHerbaceousHerbicide; Honeydew; Hormone, plant; Host; Hot spot; Hybrid; Hydathode; Hydrometer; Hypha

I

Incompatibility; Indexing; Indicator plant; Indoleacetic acid (IAA); Infection; Infest; Infiltration rate; Inflorescence; Integrated control; Internode; Interveinal; Inoculum; Insect growth regulator; Instar; Inversion, temperature

J

Juicing

L

Lamina; Larva; Latent bud; Lateral; Lateral shoot; Layer; Leaching; LeafLeaf blade; Leaf bud; Leaf scar; Lees; Legs; Lenticel; Lesion; Life cycle; Light saturation; Lignified; Lime sulfur; Lobe; Locule; Lyre system

M

Macroclimate, Mesoclimate, MicroclimateMalolactic fermentation; Margin; Mating disruption; Maturity; Mechanical injury; Methoxypyrazines; Microflora; Middle; Microfauna; Micronutrients; Millerandage; MOG; Molt; Monoecious; Mouthfeel; Mulch; Mummy; Muscadine; Muscat; Must; Mustang grapes; Mutation; Mycelium; Mycorrhizal fungi

N

Nematicide; Nematode; Necrosis; Node; Nodosity; Nouaison; Nymph

O

Oak root fungus; Organic matter; Ovary; Overcropping; Overwinter; Ovicide; Own-rooted vine

P

Parasite; Parasitoid; Parenchyma; Parthenocarpy; Pathogen; PedicelPeduncle; Permanent wilting point; Perennial weed; Perennial wood; Perfect flower; Pericarp; Periderm; Pest; Petiole; Phenolic Compounds (Grapes and Wine); Phenotype; Pheromone; Phloem; Phytoplasma; Photosynthesis; Pistil; Pistillate flower; Pith; Pollen; Pollination (definition); Pomace; Predacious; Pre-emergent herbicide; Pre-plant; Pressing; Primary budPrimary fermentation; Primordia; Protectant; Pubescent

Q

Quarantine

R

Rachis; Racking; Re-entry interval, re-entry period; Refractometer; Residual; Residual sugar; Resistance; Renewal spur; Rhizosphere; Rootstock; Rosette; Row; Rugose

S

Sanitation; Scion; Scuppernong; Second crop; Secondary bud; Secondary fermentation; Selective herbicide; Self-pollination; Senescence; Sepal; Serrations; Shatter; ShootShoot positioningShoot thinningShot berry; Shouldered cluster; Sink; Sinus; Slip-skin; Sod culture; Soil fumigant; Soil structure; Soil texture; Source; Species; SpurStamen; Staminate flower; Stemmer-crusher; StenospermocarpyStigmaStock; Stomate; Strategic leaf pruning; Stratification; Style; Suberin; Succulent; Sucker; Suckering; Sulfites; Sunscald; Supercooling; Surfactant; Susceptible; Systemic; Systemic herbicide

T

Tannin; Teinturier; Temperature inversion; Tendril; Tensiometer; Terpenes; Terroir; Tertiary bud; Tetraploid; Threshold; Tissue analysis; Tissue culture; Titratable acidity; Tomentum; Topping up; Topworking; Trace elements; Tuberosity; Grapevine training; Translocation; Transpiration; TrellisTrunk; Turgidity; Tytape

V

Vacuole; Varietal character; Variety; Vascular elements; Vector; Vegetative propagation; Vein; VeraisonVertical shoot positioning (VSP); Vine density; Vine shelter; Vine size; vinifera; Vinify; Vintage; Virus; Virus-tested; Viticulture; Vitis labrusca; Vitis rotundifolia; Vitis vinifera

W

Waterberry; Water sprout; Wettable powder; Wing; Wilt; Winkler Region; Wire moving

X

Xylem

Y

Yeast; Yield-to-pruning weight ratio

 

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