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Viticulture & Enology Technical Newsletter : Fall 2018 Public Deposited

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  • This edition contains research updates and a comprehensive list of publications summarizing research conducted by faculty of the Oregon Wine Research Institute at Oregon State University. Dr. Elizabeth Tomasino, OSU Associate Professor, opens the newsletter with an article on the influence of two compounds on Pinot noir aroma. Drs. Laurent Deluc and Satyanarayana Gouthu, OSU Associate Professor and post-doctoral research associate, along with Mandie Driskill, OSU undergraduate student, provide valuable information on their research identifying Oregon Pinot noir clones confirmed through molecular methods. Dr. Vaughn Walton, OSU Professor, gives an update on the latest research studying how the spotted-wing drosophila contributes to the development of sour rot in wine grapes. Lastly, Beau Olen, OSU faculty research assistant, discusses the return on investment for wine grape insurance.
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  • Welcome to the Fall 2018 Newsletter ; Influences of β-ionone and β-damascenone on Pinot noir aroma ; Identification of Oregon Pinot noir clones confirmed through molecular methods ; Spotted-wing Drosophila contributes to the development of sour rot in wine grape ; Return on investment in wine grape insurance in the U.S. west coast ; Research publications
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