Formal NameVitis spp.
HabitatPersian, North America
MorphVine and shrub
Grapes, scientific name:Vitis spp., is native to Persian and North America, and is the grape of grape genus deciduous vines and shrubs. Globular fruits fall, the edible spikes (bunch) right away. Bud has a green, fruits are like tufted, but still no weight Kaho turns on. Flowers in green without petals, consists of five stamens and a single pistil. If there is a tree, so self-pollination consists of fruit. Macerate and skin with antioxidant anthocyanins contained in young vineyards, so red wine is known as a health food. Shut up carbon dioxide in the wine sparkling wine is called "sparkling wine". In the Champagne region of France is called Champagne. Similarly, in Spain is known as cava. The distillation of wine is the Brandy (Brandy). Grapes for the wine (Win), grape juice, wine vinegar (acetic), raisins and raw foods.
Common name: grapes (grapes), scientific name:Vitis spp., no category name: Plantae Angiosperm gate dicotyledonous rope Buckthorn eyes grapes of grape genus, aka:Grape (grape), origin: Persian, North America, flowers and buds color: green flower shape: jubatum: one pistil and five stamens and petals Fruit skin color consists of tufted 1 tablet fruit shape: spherical fruit shape: grain: interior color of purple, Fuchsia, green, white and red fruit: pale green applications: saline, wine, dried grapes (raisins), grape juice, wine, Aperture cake (fertilizers)
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flower arraySpike Inflorescence
Petal shapeno petal
Leaf typePalmate-Compound Leaf
Flowering placeGarden Orchard
Height1000 ~ 1500 [cm]
Diameter0.2 ~ 0.3