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The Effect of the timing of leaf removal on berry ripening, flavour and aroma compounds in pinot noir wine.

Environmental Entomology 36 3: Partial defoliation induces changes in leaf arrangement and thus light exposure.

Revista Brasileira de Fruticultura fotosixtema 2: Short-term impacts of enhanced UV-B radiation on photo-assimilate allocation and metabolism: Journal of Wine Research 13 2: Chardonnay grown in the highland tropics.

Leaves of defoliated plants are generally exposed to higher light intensity and, frequently, a modification of light quality, both of which influence the development of photosynthetic capacity Richards, It is possible for F o values to increase when there is a slowdown in excitation energy transfer from the light collection system to the reaction center Baker and Rosenqvist,or when there is some type of damage in the PSII reaction centers themselves Vieira et al.

Defoliation – Do physiological and morphological responses lead to over compensation.

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Bios Scientific Publishers, Oxford. May 12, ; acepted: Quantum efficiency of Photosystem II in relation to ‘energy’-dependent quenching of chlorophyll fluorescence.

Light intensity was a fundamental factor in the grape plants evaluated in the present study, as reduction in leaf area caused a higher exposure of the plants’ remaining leaves, which also contributed to a rise in temperature. Karukstis stated that reductions in maximum quantum efficiency of PSII occur simultaneously with a reduction in net assimilation of CO2, and if this reduction is shown in continuously illuminated leaves, it is possible that the effect is due to photoinhibition.


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These four factors frame the potential yield of the grapevine in terms of quantity and quality. Plant responses to foliar attack. UV-B also causes respiration to increase, as well as the demand for resources to protect and repair photosynthesis mechanisms, both of which rob efficiency from photosynthetic electron transport Gwynn-Jones, Physiological responses of Prunus cerasus to whole-plant source manipulation.

Leaf gas exchange, chlorophyll fluorescence, water relations and carbohydrate concentrations. The quality of grapes and wine in relation to geography: The chlorophyll content and fluorescence were determined in five-year-old grape plants Vitis vinifera L.

Journal Experimental Botany 55 Higher plants and UV-B radiation: An actinic pulse of light at 1, m mol m -2 s -1 was used. Doctor of Phylosophy thesis. But, it is possible that some plants initiate a recovery period after defoliation so that the end effect is negligible Prins et al.


Nevertheless, in the present study, a reduction was observed in this value, which indicates that defoliation induces a higher degree of stress in Chardonnay grape plants, perhaps due to higher exposure of the remaining leaves to direct radiation, which elevates leaf temperature and affects photosynthesis mechanisms. When leaf area is reduced, photon flow increases towards the plant’s remaining leaves, which can increase leaf temperature and saturate reaction centers fotosistemaa to an excess of light.

Final production of a crop is affected by the conditions in which it was grown.

One of the most influential human modifications of fruit composition in grapevines is early partial defoliation. With regards to this result, Otronen and Rosenlund found no significant difference in maximum photochemical quantum yield of PSII when they subjected Pinus sylvestris plants to different levels of defoliation.


fotosistemas i y ii pdf file

In this part of the country, it is possible, with good crop fotosiistema, to obtain two harvests per year, thanks to the local agroclimatic conditions Almanza et al. Responses of Cynoglossum officinale L.

The chlorophyll concentration index showed higher values in the defoliated plants. DNA damage and repair in plants. Early partial defoliation induced an increase in stress in the grape plants evaluated. On the other hand, Layne and Flore reported a reduction in minimum fluorescence values measured seven days after defoliation of Prunus cerasus plants exposed to 14 h of daily light. The quantification of plant stress in this case caused by defoliation is a useful tool in plant ecophysiology, with which potential photosynthetic behavior and dissipation of absorbed energy can be determined.

International Journal of Plant Sciences 2: Nevertheless, human actions partially or completely modify the behavior of each factor, thus determining the terroir of the vine’s development Vaudour, ; Quijano, The distribution of energy in these three processes occurs simultaneously, so that an increase in efficiency of one process results in the reduction of the other two. In this sense, it is possible that the grape plants of the present study modified their photosynthetic capacity in response to defoliation, raising total chlorophyll content Richards, or diminishing the senescence rate of the remaining leaves Hunter and Visser, Plants present different reactions to defoliation.

Chlorophyll fluorescence as a physiological probe to the photosynthetic apparatus.