Session

Viticulture Student Flash Talks

Some student authors have been assigned oral, 3.25-minute Flash Talks. These “flash” presentations will provide additional opportunities for interaction between conference attendees and student researchers.

Viticulture Flash Talks will take place on Wednesday, June 20, 3:45 pm – 4:45 pm, at the Monterey Conference Center.

Moderator:

Andy Walker, University of California, Davis

Speakers:

3:45:00 pm – 3:48:15 pm
P48
Identification of Aroma Differences in Norton and Cabernet Sauvignon Grapes and Wines Using a Non-Targeted Analysis
Mani Awale, University of Missouri, Columbia

3:48:15 pm –3:51:30 pm

P51

Evaluation of Postharvest Marketability of Arkansas Table Grapes Grown in High Tunnel Production
Molly Felts, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
3:51:30 pm – 3:54:45 pm
P55
Vine Vigor Influences Pinot noir Bud Fruitfulness to a Greater Extent than Pruning and N Practices
Miranda Ulmer, Oregon State University Corvallis

3:54:45 pm –3:58:00 pm

P56

Early Source-Sink Modulation in Merlot (Vitis vinifera L.) Enhances Fruit Quality through a Flavonoid Metabolome Shift
Josh VanderWeide, Michigan State University, Okemos
3:58:00 pm –4:01:15 pm
P57
Effect of Shoot Density Manipulation on Canopy Growth and Berry Chemistry
Claire Villasenor, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
4:01:15 pm –4:04:30 pm
P61
Characterizing Grapevine Powdery Mildew Resistance Genes from the Chinese Species Vitis piasezkii
Laila Fayyaz, University of California, Davis
4:04:30 pm –4:07:45 pm
P62
Evaluation of Resistance in PdR1 Locus against a Hypervirulent Xylella Fastidosa Strain
Karla Huerta-Acosta, University of California, Davis
4:07:45 pm –4:11:00 pm
P63
Effects of Grapevine Red Blotch Virus (GRBV) on Grape Development and Harvested Fruit
Arran Rumbaugh, University of California, Davis
4:11:00 pm –4:14:15 pm
P66
Identification of Anthocyanins in Enchantment Grapes and During Wine Production
Sarah E. Mayfield, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
4:14:15 pm –4:17:30 pm
P80
Partial Solar Radiation Exclusion, Not Applied Water Amount, Mitigates Grape Berry Flavonoid Concentration
Christopher Chen, University of California, Davis
4:17:30 pm –4:20:45 pm
P87
Performance of Cabernet Sauvignon under Direct Root-Zone Deficit Irrigation
Xiaochi Ma, Washington State University, Pullman
4:20:45 pm –4:24:00 pm
P92
From Plant Water Status to Wine Flavonoid Composition: A Precision Viticulture Approach in a Sonoma County Vineyard
Runze Yu, University of California, Davis

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