'Cabernet Gernischt' is most likely to be 'Carmenère'
Keywords:microsatellites, Cabernet Gernischt, parentage, clone identification
Using a set of 32 microsatellite markers, 'Cabernet Gernischt' has been proven to most likely be 'Carmenère', an old grape cultivar from France, and the progeny of 'Cabernet Franc' and 'Gros Cabernet' has been confirmed. In addition, six 'Cabernet Gernischt' clones with different agronomic traits were identified.
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