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Barrow J.R., Lucero M.E., Reyes-Vera I., Havstad K.  2007.  Endosymbiotic fungi structually integrated with leaves reveals a lichenous condition of C4 grasses. In Vitro Cellular and Development Biology - Plants. 43:65-70.
Barrow J.R., Lucero M., Osuna P., Reyes I., Aaltonen R.E..  2007.  Fungal genomes that influence basic physiological processes that enhance survival of black grama and fourwing saltbush in arid southwestern rangelands. 13th Wildland Shrub Symposium, Shrubland Dynamics: Fire and Water. :123-131.
Barrow J.R., Lucero M.E., Reyes-Vera I..  2006.  Symbiotic fungi that influence vigor, biomass and reproductive potential of native bunch grasses for remediation of degraded semiarid rangelands. Wildland Shrub Symposium Proceedings.
Barrow J.R., Aaltonen R.E., Osuna-Avila P., Reyes-Vera I..  2004.  Endophytic fungi associated with shrubs and grasses of the northern Chihuahuan Desert and a potential role in drought tolerance. Annual Meeting, Canadian Botanical Association. :p.10.
Barrow J.R., Osuna-Avila P., Reyes-Vera I..  2004.  Fungal genomes that influence basic physiological processes that enhance survival of black grama and forwing saltbush in arid Southwestern rangelands. 13th Wildland Shrub Symposium, Shrubland Dynamics: Fire and Water.
Barrow J.R., Osuna-Avila P., Reyes-Vera I..  2004.  Fungal genomes that influence basic physiological processes that enhance survival of black grama and fourwing saltbush in arid Southwestern rangelands. 13th Wildland Shrub Symposium, Shrubland Dynamics: Fire and Water.
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Herrick JE.  1998.  Soil organisms and rangeland soil hydrological functions. Proceedings of the Pacific Northwest Forest and Rangeland Soil Organism Symposium. PNW-GTR-461:91-100.