Breakthrough may save Cabernet Sauvignon from climate change

Landmark research paves way to full genome map of Cabernet Sauvignon that could help winemakers battle a changing climate, writes Amanda Barnes after speaking to UC Davis researchers in California. cabernet-sauvignon-quiz-630x417; Invest into Wine, Sure Holdings, Fine wine Investment, Good Returns Landmark research into the genome sequence of Cabernet Sauvignon could change how we breed grape varieties in the future. UC Davis revealed the first draft of the genome of Cabernet Sauvignon, and researchers are now working on reconstructing the complete 19 chromosomes of the genome and assigning functions to genes within it.   Read more at Breakthrough may save Cabernet Sauvignon from climate change

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