By Marcel Proust
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In order for the chloroplast to have access to CO2 and release the O2 that it makes, there needs to be a transfer of gases between the inside of the leaf and the outside environment. Because the outside environment is quite hostile (in terms of relative moisture content) to the easily desiccated interior cells of the leaf, there needs to be tight regulation of the movement of gases in and out of the leaf. This is accomplished with a passage through the leaf ’s surface, called a stomate (pl. stomata) (see Fig.
Labrusca with V. gov/ba/bhnrc/ndl (used with permission)). Composition/100 g Nutrient Units V. labrusca V. 57 111 46 Chapter 3 What is fruit maturity? Fruit maturity and ripeness are often-used terms in the grape industry, but it is difﬁcult making the linkage from these to the quality of the grapes. This is because quality is, by its very nature, a qualitative term, not a quantitative one Ϫ there are very few absolute measures of quality, as one person’s quality may differ from another’s. Today, industries talk about suitability for end use to try to get around this elusive concept of quality.
In cooler climate areas where there is little or no time between harvest and leaf-fall this cannot, of course, happen. Tendrils Most, if not all, vinous plants produce tendrils as a means to support themselves on another structure. It is through this specialized lateral branch (Pratt, 1974) that the vine can invest less energy in developing a solid trunk and more into growing in length, which is in keeping with the vine’s evolutionary origins. To facilitate grasping on to a support, the tendrils grow away from light and curl around or within objects, eventually becoming ligniﬁed and woody (see Plate 9).
A la recherche du temps perdu 9 by Marcel Proust