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Sips and Bites: Disrupting the Beer Wine Paradigm

Beer and wine have remained distinct and very different beverages, made from grain or grapes respectively. In fact, breweries cannot ferment simple grape juice or sell wine according to US law. …

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VEN290 - Factors That May Influence Chardonnay Being Predisposed to Sluggish and Stuck Fermentations

Exit seminar by Joshua Kasper, MS candidate in Viticulture and Enology.

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Jaclyn Adaskaveg Flash Talk at PLS Sypmosium

PhD student Jaclyn Adaskaveg gives flash talk at the 2021 Plant Sciences Symposium hosted at UC Davis. Jaclyn discusses her research and published work on how she used ripening mutants to better…

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499 Murphey

This interview is with Robert Murphey, Professor Emeritus of Psychology He was appointed in 1965 as a clinical psychologist with a Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University. However, his research interests…

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VEN290 - Wine matrix effects on smoke taint expression

Exit seminar by Andrew Mihm, MS candidate in Viticulture and Enology.

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Office Hours with Dave and Anita, Episode 15: Honoring Glenn McGourty

Glenn McGourty (Emeritus Viticulture and Plant Science Advisor for Lake and Mendocino Counties) talked about his experiences, projects (from the effect of smoke exposure to sustainable farming…

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Sips and Bites: Mead - The Best Thing You've Never Tasted

What is mead’s story? Mead is the fermented beverage made from honey and is a prehistoric drink dated back to 7000 BC. Learn about this versatile beverage from Ken Schramm, world renowned…

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Virtually On The Road in Kern County

UC Davis went virtually On the Road to Kern County on March 10, 2021. Speakers included Andrew Walker, Kendra Baumgartner, Tian Tian, Akif Eskalen, Mason Earles, and Andrew McElrone. The program was…

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PLS100BL Live Session - Lab 5 - Plants Growth Analysis and Fruit Load Experiment

Live session to show the experimental setup for the plant growth analysis and fruit load experiments. The requirements for Lab 5 Report were explained in detail. During group office hours, we talked…

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PLS100BL Lab 5: Fruit Load Experiment Demo

Explanation on how the fruit load experiment was set up for Lab 5. The three treatments: all fruits, one fruit per truss, and no fruits are discussed in detail by Ryan Eadry.

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PLS100BL Lab 3: Plant Responses to Temperature

An introductory video discussing the importance of thermal time for plant growth. The thermal time model is explained using seed germination as an example. This video is to support the experimental…

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PLS100BL Live Session - Lab 1 - Plant Anatomy and Morphology

A show-and-tell demonstration on the anatomy and botanical classification of plant organs found in our kitchen or surroundings.

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PLS100BL Lab 1: Plant Morphology & Development

An introductory video outlining concepts on plant anatomy and botany to serve as a basis for Lab 1 (PLS 100BL).

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Virtually On The Road in Paso Robles

UC Davis went virtually On the Road to Paso Robles on December 10, 2020. Speakers included Kaan Kurtural, Mason Earles, Dario Cantu, Megan Bartlett, Anita Oberholster, Kendra Baumgartner and David…

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Lecture 9. Dispersal 2

Scatter hoarding, Masting, secondary chemistry in fruits

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Lecture 8. Dispersal 1. Nov 17

animal dispersal. how different from pollination. when did it arise? pros and cons. adaptations by plants and dispersers

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