<i>Vitis vinifera</i> - a chemotaxonomic approach: Pollen wall proteins
AbstractThe electrophoretic pattern of the pollen wall proteins from clones of cv. Nebbiolo grown in different areas show a geographical clustering. Vermentino, Pigato and Favorita are found virtually identical both by morphological and biochemical criteria.
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