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Olive Oil and the Hallmarks of Aging
Aging is a multifactorial and tissue-specific process involving diverse alterations regarded as the “hallmarks of aging”, which include genomic instability, telomere attrition, epigenetic alterations, loss of proteostasis, ...
Flor Yeast: New Perspectives Beyond Wine Aging
(Giuseppe Spano, 2016)
The most important dogma in white-wine production is the preservation of the wine aroma and the limitation of the oxidative action of oxygen. In contrast, the aging of Sherry and Sherry-like wines is an aerobic process ...
Water Banks: What Have We Learnt from the International Experience?
In recent decades, the use of economic instruments has been promoted as a way to improve water demand management, required due to the difficulty of further supply increases. Against this backdrop, this paper analyses the ...
Cultivar and Tree Density As Key Factors in the Long-Term Performance of Super High-Density Olive Orchards
(Frontiers in, 2016)
Super high-density (SHD) olive orchards are rapidly expanding since the first plantation was set up in Spain in the 1990s. Because there are no long-term studies characterizing these systems, it is unknown if densities ...