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Missouri Grape & Wine Symposium

Friday, Dec. 7, 2012
Bond Life Sciences Center

Free registration

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Learn more at the Missouri Grape & Wine Symposium!

Come sample the very active grape and wine research happening across campus, connect with colleagues with similar research interests and tastes, and enjoy the fruits of their labors at a wine-centered reception following the scientific program.

Symposium Agenda

1212:30 p.m. Refreshments
12:3012:40 Ingolf Gruen Introduction
12:401 p.m. Tammy Jones The History of Grape and Wine at MU
11:20 p.m. Fabio Chaddad Rural Entrepreneurship in the Wine Industry: Identifying Success Factors Among Start-Up Wineries in Emerging Regions
1:201:40 p.m. Chin-Feng Hwang Exploring the Genetic Resources of Norton Grape for Fungal Disease Resistance
1:402 p.m. Fei Gao Molecular Mechanisms of Grapevine Resistance to Powdery Mildew
22:20 p.m. Laszlo Kovacs Selection for Run1-Ren1 dihybrid grapevines using microsatellite markers
2:202:40 p.m.   Break
2:403 p.m. Wenping Qiu Grapevine vein clearing virus: the first DNA virus discovered in Missouri vineyards and its characteristics
33:20 p.m. James Schoelz Analysis of a strong, constitutive promoter derived from Grapevine vein clearing
3:203:40 p.m. Justin Fay Differentiation of wild and wine yeast strains and its impact on wine making
3:404 p.m. Misha Kwasniewski Evolution of Sulfur Flavor Chemistry During Winemaking and Storage
44:20 p.m. Allison Miller An Anthony Peccoux collaborative legacy: An urban vineyard for examining responses of V. riparia and V. rupestris to temperature and drought stress
4:204:30 p.m. Closing remarks and planning for the future
4:306 p.m.   Reception & Networking