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HORT 1120 Lecture 1: Every online note in one doc

All the HORT stuff from courselink UNIT 1 where do grapes fit in history? The grape is a unique crop in that it has partnered with man throughout the development and spread of various forms of civilization. Although not al...

Horticultural Science
HORT 1120
Ken Fisher
HORT 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Khust, Unit, Table Grape

HORT 1120 UNIT 12: Other End Products Other End Products: Table Grapes and Raisins Here in southern Ontario, we do not consider table grapes and raisins as options for commercial viticulture. In the world market, table gra...

Horticultural Science
HORT 1120
Ken Fisher
HORT 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Screw Cap, Sensory Analysis, Bell Pepper

HORT 1120 UNIT 11: The Ultimate End Product Wine Aging in a Commercial Winery Many wines are not designed for aging Most of the aging process is due to the changes that occur with the anthocyanins and the tannins As the an...

Horticultural Science
HORT 1120
Ken Fisher
HORT 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Enol, Fino, Tartrate

HORT 1120 UNIT 10: Red Wine Making The General Process Fruit Handling Similar to what is done with white wine Fruit must be sound and ripe Red varieties are often left to hang for a long period in the late fall, particular...

Horticultural Science
HORT 1120
Ken Fisher
HORT 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Chaptalization, Sweetness Of Wine, Must Weight

HORT 1120 UNIT 09: Sparkling Wines White Wine Making The general process Fruit handling o Fruit is harvested and brought into the winery o Fruit is normally delivered within four hours of being machine harvested since it c...

Horticultural Science
HORT 1120
Ken Fisher
HORT 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Pasteurization, New World Wine, Classification Of Wine

HORT 1120 UNIT 08: How does it work? Early winemaking and Prehistory Winemaking has a history reaching back at least 6000 years Egyptian hieroglyphs depict winemaking practices Winemaking is thought to have originated para...

Horticultural Science
HORT 1120
Ken Fisher
HORT 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Viticulture, Landform, Unit

HORT 1120 UNIT O7: What is the connection to wine? Part 2 Old World Terroir The term terroir was coined in the Burgundy region and relates to the stable, consistent wine quality differences in neighbouring vineyards Terroi...

Horticultural Science
HORT 1120
Ken Fisher
HORT 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Photosynthetic Efficiency, Fruit Wine, Unit

HORT 1120 UNIT 06: What is the connection to wine? Part 1 Flavours in the Field What is ripe fruit? One of the keys to successful vineyard site selection is the ability to ripen fruit to the end users specification in a re...

Horticultural Science
HORT 1120
Ken Fisher
HORT 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Manganese, Unit, Chlorophyll

HORT 1120 UNIT 05: How do they work? Part 3 Nutrition Vines, like any other organic entity, require not only water but various minerals to survive Most of these minerals are adsorbed to the surface of the organic matter or...

Horticultural Science
HORT 1120
Ken Fisher
HORT1120 Lecture 4: HORT 1120 UNIT 4

HORT 1120 UNIT 4: How do they work? Part 2 Growth Cycle A seed plant can either be annual or perennial 1. Annual: the seed germinates, the plant grows, it flowers and then it dies once the seed is mature. The seed perpetua...

Horticultural Science
HORT 1120
Ken Fisher
HORT 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: The Plant Cell, Light-Independent Reactions, Cell Division

HORT 1120 UNIT 03: How do they Work? Part 1 A Little Biochemistry Elements and compounds All elements have: a name (Carbon) an abbreviation used in chemical notation (Carbon = C) a number within this notation giving the nu...

Horticultural Science
HORT 1120
Ken Fisher
HORT1120 Lecture 2: HORT 1120 UNIT 2

HORT 1120 UNIT 02: Where do Grapes fit in the Plant Kingdom? Grape Families Botanical Latin Plant classification is based on many subdivisions The names are standardized to Latin so all botanists speak the same language Mo...

Horticultural Science
HORT 1120
Ken Fisher
HORT1120 Lecture 1: HORT 1120 Unit One

1 HORT 1120 UNIT 01: Where do Grapes fit in History? Introduction  Grapes have been partnered with man throughout the development and spread of civilization  This crop and its wi...

Horticultural Science
HORT 1120
Ken Fisher
HORT 1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Seedless Fruit, Pollen, Meristem

Horticulture Lecture – October 22 nd Mitosis  The process of vegetative cell division is mitosis  What goes in to mitosis comes out the same  Apical meristem, the cell division happens  The nu...

Horticultural Science
HORT 1130
Alan Sullivan
HORT 1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Casparian Strip, Suberin, Xylem

Horticulture Notes – November 26 th Transpiration - Anything that increases the gradient is driven by outside substances - Spraying the leaves is trying to decrease the humidity outside the plant - Somet...

Horticultural Science
HORT 1130
Alan Sullivan
Laboratory Basics - Reference Guides

Lab safety is the cornerstone principle in this compelling Guide. All international safety symbols are clearly defined, with all basic lab glassware and equipment depicted by text description and diagrams. The Guide also p...

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