Macromolecules and Secondary Metabolites of Grapevine and Wine : Fruit Development, Biotic and Abiotic Stresses, Mechanisms of Plant Defense Responses, Proteins, Glycoproteins, Polysaccharides
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9782743009656
ISBN
978-2-7430-0965-6
Éditeur
Lavoisier / Tec & Doc
Date de publication
Dimensions
24 x 15 x 0 cm
Poids
800 g
Code dewey
663.2
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Authors: Philippe Jeandet/Christophe Clément/Alexandra Conreux
Macromolecules and Secondary Metabolites of Grapevine and Wine summarizes some of the presentations made at the First International Symposium on Macromolecules and Secondary Metabolites of Grapevine and Wine (Macrowine 2006) held in Reims in May 2006 under the aegis of the University of Reims, the Europol'Agro Institute and the International Organization of Vine and Wine (O.I.V.).
Of the 82 oral and poster communications made during this Symposium, 61 are presented here in the form of short articles or mini-reviews. The aim of this book is to constitute a Forum concerning macromolecules and secondary metabolites of grapevine and wine (that is, polyphenolic compounds, aromas, proteins, glycoproteins and polysaccharides...) in relation to the physiology of grape ripening (genomics and proteomics, defense mechanisms of grapevine against phytopathogenic microorganisms), on one hand, and, on the other hand, in relation to physico-chemical phenomena in veines (color, co-pigmentation, haze, wine stabilization, foam and physics of bubbles in Champagne and Sparkling...). Papers will be shared into the following sections:
Section 1: Fruit Development, Biotic and Abiotic Stresses, Mechanisms of Plant Defense Responses (18 articles).
Section 2: Proteins, Glycoproteins, Polysaccharides (12 articles).
Section 3: Polyphenolics, Arorna Compounds and Secondary Metabolites (18 articles).
Section 4: Physico-Chernical and Enological Aspects (13 articles).
ED: Tec & Doc (01/2007), 15.5 x 24 cm, 444 pages, broché
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