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Identification of Grape Rootstocks and Varietal Clones by DNA Fingerprinting Public Deposited

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  • Correct identification of grapevines is of extreme importance to the expanding U.S. viticulture and wine industries. Several recent cases of misidentifications have occurred because the tools for accurate typing of plants are either inadequate or lacking. We have been applying one type of DNA-based procedure that has shown great promise in distinguishing a variety of closely-related plants and other organisms. We summarize here our preliminary results based on its application to rootstock identification. The objectives of this research are to isolate DNA from leaf tissue derived from rootstocks in the collection of the OSU Department of Horticulture and selected commercial sources and to screen 'RAPD" primers in DNA amplification reactions to generate genetic markers able to fingerprint each rootstock.
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