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The following papers have published or have been accepted for publication:

Morano, LD, Bextine, BR, Garcia, DA, Maddox, SV, Gunawan, S, Vitovsky, NJ and Black, MC. 2008. Initial Genetic Analysis of Xylella
fastidiosa
in Texas.Current Microbiology. 56:346-351

McGaha, L., Jackson, B., Bextine, B., McCullough, D. and Morano, L. 2007 Potential Plant Reservoirs for Xylella fastidiosa in South Texas. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture. 58(3):398-401.

Buzombo, P., Jaimes, J., Lam, V., Cantrell, K., Harkness, M. McCullough, D. and Morano, L. 2006. An American hybrid vineyard in the Texas Gulf Coast: Analysis within a Pierce’s Disease Hot Zone.American Journal of Enology and Viticulture. 57(3):347-355.

Smart, D., Schwass, E., Lasko, A. and L. Morano 2006. Grapevine rooting patterns: A comprehensive analysis and a review. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture. 57(1):89-104. (published in the proceedings listed below.)

Smart, D., Schwass, E., Lasko, A. and L. Morano. 2005. Grapevine rooting patterns: A comprehensive analysis and a review. In: Proceedings
of the Soil Environment and Vine Mineral Nutrition Symposium.
L.P. Christensen and D.R. Smart (eds.), pp. 153-169. 29-30 June 2004,
San Diego, CA. American Society for Enology and Viticulture, Davis.

Carbajal, D., Morano, K. A. and L. D. Morano. 2004. Indirect immunofluorescence microscopy for direct detection of Xylella fastidiosa in xylem. Current Microbiology. 49:372-375.

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