Getting the Perfect Cluster Shape: Defining Table & Wine Grape Traits with DNA Markers

Two parents MN1246 and MN1264 used to make mapping populations for cluster architecture and colorGetting the Perfect Cluster Shape: Defining Table & Wine Grape Traits with DNA Markers
USDA Scientist Rachel Naegele,  UM professor Matt Clark, and Cornell Extension Associate Tim Martinson describe how image analysis is being used in the VitisGen2 project on mapping populations of table grape selections in California and wine grape accessions in Minnesota to find genetic markers for cluster architecture and color attributes.

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