Grape vine DNA research

Grape vine DNA research

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Caption: Grape vine DNA research. Researcher Sara Ardolino studying an autoradiogram of the DNA extracted from samples of Grenache (Vitis sp.), a grape variety grown primarily for the production of red wine. This formed part of a study where the DNA was analysed to help determine the geographical origin of the vines. Genetic analyses from more than 500 sites revealed that vines do not only have one single origin, as was thought, but several origins around circumference of the Mediterranean Basin.

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