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grapevine

1. any of several vitaceous vines of the genus Vitis, esp V. vinifera of E Asia, widely cultivated for its fruit (grapes): family Vitaceae
2. a wrestling hold in which a wrestler entwines his own leg around his opponent's and exerts pressure against various joints
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grapevine

A running ornament or carved panel which consisted of grapevines with bunches of grapes and grape leaves; popular in communities along the Rhine and elsewhere in Germany.
See also: Ornament
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Grapevine

A distributed system project.

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As the symptoms of GLRD can mimic other maladies of the vine, analysis of grapevine tissues in the laboratory is the only way to confirm the presence (or absence) of these viruses.
With some 60 different species of grapevines in the Northern Hemisphere--woody deciduous climbers rambling through treetops in temperate woodlands--each one has particular traits that make them better at some jobs than others.
Fifteen complete sequences of the GRSPaV CP gene (780 nt and 259 daa length) were obtained by NGS from nine different grapevine genotypes including wild and commercial cultivars of wine and table grapevines (Table 1).
The most serious problems we face are that there are no effective control methods against grapevine crown gall.
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Caption: Susan Lipper, Untitled (Grapevine), 1991, gelatin silver print, 35 x 35".
A groupof Israeli settlers on Monday destroyed grapevines, a shed and uprooted plants, belonging to a Palestinian farmer in Al-Khader town, south of Bethlehem, central West Bank.