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Question 1: Hybrids tend to be less susceptible to frost and disease (notably ________), but wine from some hybrids may have a little of the characteristic "foxy" taste of V. labrusca.
Eupoecilia ambiguellaVitisVitis viniferaPhylloxera

Question 2: Grapevines are used as food plants by the larvae of some ________ species - see list of Lepidoptera that feed on grapevines.
GalacticidaeLepidopteraChoreutidaeCallidulidae

Question 3: Most Vitis species are found in the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere in North America and ________ with a few in the tropics.
ContinentEuropeAsiaSingapore

Question 4: It is economically important as the source of ________, both for direct consumption of the fruit and for fermentation to produce wine.
VitisInternational Grape Genome ProgramGrapeVitis vinifera

Question 5: The ________ are unisexual or modified to act functionally as unisexual, they are pentamerous with a hypogynous disk.
Flowering plantSeedFlowerFruit

Question 6: In that respect the Muscadinia are the same as other Vitaceae such as ________, Parthenocissus, and Ampelopsis.
Ampelocissus abyssinicaAmpelocissus africanusAmpelocissus latifoliaAmpelocissus

Question 7: Vitis aestivalis, the Summer Grape, native to the Eastern United States, especially the ________.
Upland SouthSoutheastern United StatesSouthern United StatesSouth Atlantic States

Question 8: Native to the entire Eastern U.S. and north to ________.
QuebecOntarioCanadaNew France

Question 9: Native to the Eastern United States and ________.
BelizeBarbadosCanadaUnited Kingdom

Question 10: The ________ is a berry, normally produced with four or less per flower by way of aborted embryos, ovoid in shape and juicy.
Flowering plantFruitSeedVegetable







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