Mark Matthews

Mark Matthews

Position Title
Professor of Viticulture

Unit
Department of Viticulture and Enology, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

2140 RMI North
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Grad Group Affiliations

  • Soil Science; Agronomy and Horticulture;Viticulture and Enology

Specialties / Focus

  • Environmental and Integrative Biology

Courses

  • VEN 110 Grapevein growth and physiology, Winter
  • VEN 181 Readings in Enology, Spring
  • VEN 291 Advanced Viticulture, Winter,Spring

Labs

  • MAM Lab 1108,m 1120 Wickson Hall matthews.ucdavis.edu
    • Greg Gambetta - Lab Manager David Chatelet - postdoc Hiroshi Wada - postdoc Brendan Choat- postdoc Mark Krasnow - postdoc Trey Hudgins - postdoc Alfredo Koch - Ph.D. student Will Drayton - M.S. student Mike Conversano - M.S. student Carola Tizio - M.S. student

Professional Societies

  • American Society of Plant Biologists
  • International Society for Horticultural Science

Degrees

  • 1977 BS Agronomy University of Arizona
  • 1979 MS University of Arizona
  • 1983 PhD University of Illinois

Publications

Sun, Q., T.R. Rost, and M.A. Matthews. 2006. Pruning-induced tylose development in stems of current-year shoots of Vitis vinifera. American Journal of Botany 93, 1567-1576

Thomas, T.R., K.A. Shackel, and M.A. Matthews. 2006 Direct in-situ measurement of cell turgor in grape (Vitis vinifera L.) berries during development and in response to plant water deficits. Plant, Cell & Environment 29, 993-1001

Thorne, E. T., J. F. Stevenson, T. L. Rost, J. M. Labavitch, and M. A. Matthews. 2006 Pierces Disease symptoms: Comparison with symptoms of water deficit and the impact of water deficits. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 57, 1-11

Bondada, B. R., M. A. Matthews, and K. A. Shackel. 2005 Functional xylem in the post-veraison grape berry. Journal of Experimental Botany 56:2949-2957

Chapman, D. M., G. Roby, S. E. Ebeler, J.-X. Guinard, and M. A. Matthews. 2005 Sensory attributes of Cabernet Sauvignon wines made from vines with different water status. Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research 11, 339-347

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