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2001 Rundle, H.D., F. Breden, C. Griswold, A.Ø. Mooers, R.A. Vos, and J. Whitton. Hybridization without Guilt: Gene Flow and the Biological Species Concept. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 14: 868-869. [Link]
2002 Taylor, J. S. and F. Breden. The inheritance of heteroplasmy in guppies. Journal of Fish Biology 60 1346-1350
2002 Boake, C. R. B, Arnold, S. J., Breden, F., Meffert, L. M., Ritchie, M. G., Taylor, B. J., Wolf, J. B., and A. J. Moore. Genetic tools for studying adaptation and the evolution of behavior. American Naturalist 160 S143-S159 [Link]
2002. Heard, S.B, and A.Ø. Mooers. The signatures of random and selective mass extinctions in phylogenetic tree balance. Systematic Biology 51 (6) 889-897. [Link]
2002 Mooers, A.Ø. and S.B. Heard. Using tree shape. Systematic Biology 51(6) 833-834. [Link]
2002 Savolainen, V., S. B. Heard, M. Powell and A. Ø. Mooers. Is cladogenesis heritable? Systematic Biology 51 (6) 835-843. [Link]
2002 Gray, S.M. and B.W. Robinson Experimental evidence that competition between stickleback species favors adaptive character divergence. Ecology Letters 5 264-272 [Link]
2002 Bono, J.M. and E.R. Heithaus. Sex ratios and the distribution of elaiosomes in colonies of the ant, Aphaenogaster rudis. Insectes sociaux 49 320-325. [Link]
2002 Vamosi, J.C. and S. P. Otto. When looks can kill: the evolution of sexually-dimorphic floral display and the extinction of dioecious plants. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 269 1187-1194. [Link]
2002 Lindholm, A. and F. Breden. Sexual selection and sex chromosomes in poeciliid fishes. American Naturalist 160 S214-224. [Link]
2002 Nosil, P., B.J. Crespi and C.P. Sandoval. Host-plant adaptation drives the parallel evolution of reproductive isolation. Nature 413 440-443. [Link]
2003 Bourne, G. R., Breden, F., and T. C. Allen. Females prefer carotenoid males as mates in the pentamorphic livebearing fish, Poecilia parae. Naturwissenschaften 90 402-405 [Link]
2003 Vos, R. A. Accelerated likelihood surface exploration: the likelihood ratchet. Systematic Biology 52: 368-373. [Link]
2003 Mooers, A.Ø. and R.A. Atkins. Indonesia's threatened birds: over 500 million years of evolutionary heritage at risk. Animal Conservation 6 183-187. [Link]
2003 Bono, J.M. and J.M. Herbers. Proximate and ultimate control of sex ratios in Myrmica brevispinosa colonies. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London-Series B 270 811-817. [Link]
2003 Nosil, P., B.J. Crespi and C.P. Sandoval. Reproductive isolation driven by the combined effects of ecological adaptation and reinforcement. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B. 270 1911-1918. [Link]
2003. Dukas, R. and A.Ø. Mooers. Enriched environment improves mating success in fruit flies. Animal Behaviour. 66 741-749. [Link]
2003 Green, D.M., and C. Parent Variable and asymmetric introgression in a hybrid zone in the toads, Bufo americanus and B. fowleri. Copeia 2003 34-43 [Link]
2004. Vos, R.A. and A.Ø. Mooers. Reconstructing divergence times for supertrees: a molecular approach. In Phylogenetic Supertrees: Combining Information to Reveal the Tree of Life (Bininda-Emonds, O.R.P., ed.) Computational Biology, volume 3 (Dress, A., series ed.), Kluwer Academic. pp 281-299. [Link]
2004 Alexander, H. and F. Breden. Sexual isolation and extreme morphological divergence in the Cumana´ guppy: a possible case of incipient speciation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17: 1238-1254. [Link]
2004. Mooers, A.Ø. Effects of tree shape on maximum likelihood ancestor reconstruction. Systematic Biology 53 809-814. [Link]
2004 Reimchen, T.E. and P. Nosil. Variable predation regimes predict the evolution of sexual dimorphism in a population of threespine stickleback. Evolution 58 1274-1281. [Link]
2004 Lindholm, A., Brooks, R., and F. Breden. Extreme polymorphism in a Y-linked, sexually selected trait. Heredity 92 156-162. [Link]
2004 Vamosi, J.C. and S.M. Vamosi. The role of diversification in causing the correlates of dioecy. Evolution 58 723-731. [Link]
2004 Worobey, M., M.L. Santiago, B.F. Keele, J.N. Ndjango, J. B. Joy, B. Labama, B.D. Dhed’a, A. Rambaut, P.M. Sharp, G.M. Shaw, B.H. Hahn Origin of AIDS: Contaminated polio vaccine theory refuted Nature 428 820
2005 Gray, S.M., B.W. Robinson, and K.J. Parsons. Testing ecological character displacement against alternative explanations of character shifts in brook sticklebacks (Culaea inconstans). Oecologia 146 25-35 [Link]
2005 Young, K.A. Life history variation and allometry for sexual size dimorphism in pacific salmon and trout. Proceedings of the Royal Society 272 167-172. [Link]
2005 Lindholm, A.K, Breden, F., Alexander, H. J., Chan, W-K., Thakurta, S. G., and R. Brooks. Invasion success and genetic diversity of introduced populations of guppies Poecilia reticulata in Australia. Molecular Ecology 14 3671-3682. [Link]
2005 Drake, A.E., Rashkovetsky, E., Wong, D., Rundle, H.D., and A. Ø. Mooers. Variable assortative mating in replicate mating trials using Drosophila melanogaster populations derived from contrasting opposing slopes of "Evolution Canyon", Israel. Journal of Evolutionary Biology [Link]
2005 Lewis, R. L., Beckenbach, A.T. and A.Ø. Mooers. The phylogeny of the subgroups within the melanogaster species group:likelihood tests on COI and COII sequences and a bayesian estimate of phylogeny. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 1-10. [Link]
2005 Nosil, P., T. Vines and D.J. Funk. Perspective : Reproductive isolation caused by natural selection against immigrants from divergent habitats. Evolution 59 705-719. [Link]
2005 Soutullo, A., Dodsworth, S., Heard, S.B., and A.Ø. Mooers. Distribution and correlates of Carnivore phylogenetic diversity across the Americas. Animal Conservation 8 1-10. [Link]
2005 Mooers, A.Ø., S.B. Heard, and E. Chrostowski. Evolutionary heritage as a metric for conservation. Phylogeny and Conservation In (A. Purvis, T.L. Brooks and J.L. Gittleman, eds.) Oxford University Press, Oxford. [Link]
2005 Hastad, O. Victorsson, J. and A. Odeen. Differences in colour vission make passerines less conspicuous in the eyes of their predators. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 6391-6394. [Link]
2005 Rundle, H. and P. Nosil. Ecological speciation. Ecology Letters 8 336-352. [Link]
2005 Addison, J. A. & M. W. Hart Spawning, copulation, and inbreeding coefficients in marine invertebrates Biology Letters 1 450-453 [Link]
2005 Hart, M. W. & R. D. Podolsky Mitochondrial DNA phylogeny and rates of larval evolution in Macrophiothrix brittlestars Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 34 438-447 [Link]
2005 Harper, F. M. & M. W. Hart Gamete compatibility and sperm competition affect paternity and hybridization between sympatric Asterias sea stars Biological Bulletin 209 113-126 [Link]
2005 Addison, J. A. & M. W. Hart Colonization, dispersal, and hybridization influence phylogeography of North Atlantic sea urchins Evolution 59 532-543 [Link]
2006 Hoffmann, M., Tripathi, N., Henz, S. R., Lindholm, A. K., Weigel, D., Breden, F., and C. Dreyer. Opsin gene duplication and diversification in the guppy, a model for sexual selection. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2006.3707 [Link]
2006 Hart, M. W., C. C. Keever, A. J. Dartnall & M. Byrne Morphological and genetic variation indicate cryptic species within Lamarck’s little sea star, Parvulastra (=Patiriella) exigua Biological Bulletin 210 158-167 [Link]
2006 Gorman, K.F., Tredwell, S.J., and F. Breden. The guppy "curveback" syndrome as a model for heritable spinal curvature in humans. Spine 32 735-741
2006 Cleary, D.F.R., Fauvelot, C., Genner, M.J., Menken, S.B.J., and A.O. Mooers. Parallel responses of species and genetic diversity to ENSO-induced environmental destruction. Ecology Letters 9 304-310 [Link]
2006 Gray, S.M. and J.S. McKinnon. A comparative description of mating behaviour in the endemic telmatherinid fishes of Sulawesi's Malili Lakes. Environmental Biology of Fishes 75 471-482 [Link]
2006 Brummell, M., Kazianis, S., Davidson, W. S., and F. Breden. Conservation of synteny between guppy and Xiphophorus genomes. Zebrafish 3 347-357 [Link]
2006 Gorman, K.F. and F. Breden. Teleosts as models for human vertebral stability and deformity. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part C 145 28-38
In Press Gray, S.M. and J.S. McKinnon. Linking color polymorphism maintenance and speciation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution On-line [Link]
2006 Alexander, H., Taylor, J. S., Wu, S. S-T., and F. Breden. Parallel evolution and vicariance in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata) over multiple temporal and spatial scales. Evolution 60 2352-2369 [Link]
2006 Parent, C.E., and B.J. Crespi Sequential colonization and diversification of Galapagos endemic land snail genus Bulimulus (Gastropoda, Stylommatophora) Evolution 60 2311-2328 [Link]
2007 Joy, J.B., and B.J. Crespi Adaptive radiation of gall-inducing insects within a single host-plant species Evolution 61 784-795
2007 Steel, M., Mimoto, A., and A.O. Mooers Hedging our bets: expected contribution of species to future phylogenetic diversity Evolutionary Bioinformatics Online 3 237-244 [Link]
2007 Springer, S.A., and B.J. Crespi Adaptive gamete recognition divergence in a hybridizing Mytilus population Evolution 61 772-783 [Link]
2007 Harper, F. M. & M. W. Hart Morphological and phylogenetic evidence for hybridization and introgression in a sea star secondary contact zone Invertebrate Biology 126 373-384 [Link]
2007 Hart, M. W. & J. Sunday Things fall apart: biological species form unconnected parsimony networks Biology Letters 3 509-512 [Link]
2007 Harper, F. M., J. A. Addison & M. W. Hart Introgression versus immigration in hybridizing high-dispersal echinoderms Evolution 61 2410-2418 (doi:10.1111/j.1558-5646.2007.00200.x) [Link]
2008 Ward, M. N., Churcher, A. M., , Dick, K. J., Laver, C. R. J., Owens, G. L., Polack, M. D., Ward, P. R., Breden, F., Taylor, J. S. The molecular basis of color vision in colorful fish: Four Long Wave-Sensitive (LWS) opsins in guppies (Poecilia reticulata) are defined by amino acid substitutions at key functional sites BMC Evolutionary Biology 8 210-
2009 Gorman, K. and F. Breden Idiopathic-type scoliosis is not exclusive to bipedalism Medical Hypotheses 72 348-352
2010 Gorman, K. F., Handrigan, G. R., Jin, E., Wallis, R., and F. Breden Vertebral changes associated with idiopathic-type spinal curvature in the curveback guppy Scoliosis 5 10
2010 Gorman, K. F. and F. Breden Disproportionate body lengths correlate with idiopathic-type curvature in the curveback guppy. Spine 35 511-6
2010 Watson, C. T., Lubieniecki, K. P., Loew, E., Davidson, W. S., and F. Breden Genomic organization of duplicated short wave-sensitive and long wave-sensitive opsin genes in the green swordtail, Xiphophorus helleri. BMC Evolutionary Biology 10:87
2010 Watson, C. T., Ramagopalan, S. V., Morrison, K. M., Ebers, G. C. and F. Breden IGHV4-39 deletion polymorphism does not associate with risk or outcome of multiple sclerosis Journal of Neuroimmunology 225 164-166
2010 Hart, M. W., M. W. Jacobs, and R. D. Podolsky Introduction to the symposium: Larval forms Integrative and Comparative Biology 50 536-538 (doi:10.1093/icb/icq115) [Link]
2010 Hart, M. W. and P. B. Marko It’s about time: Divergence, demography, and the evolution of developmental modes in marine invertebrates Integrative and Comparative Biology 50 643-661 (doi:10.1093/icb/icq068) [Link]
2009 Hart, M. W. and R. K. Grosberg Caterpillars did not evolve from onychophorans by hybridogenesis PNAS 106 19906-19909 (doi:10.1073pnas.0910229106) [Link]
2009 Keever, C. C., J. Sunday, J. B. Puritz, J. A. Addison, R. J. Tonen, R. K. Grosberg, and M. W. Hart Discordant distribution of populations and genetic variation in a sea star with high dispersal potential. Evolution 63 3214-3227 (doi:10.1111/j.1558-5646.2009.00801.x) [Link]
2009 Sunday, J., L. Raeburn, H. Stewart, and M. W. Hart Allelic inheritance in naturally occurring parthenogenetic offspring of the gonochoric sea star Patiria miniata Invertebrate Biology 128 276-282 (doi:10.1111/j.1744-7410.2008.00165.x) [Link]
2009 Patino, S., J. E. Aagaard, M. J. MacCoss, W. J. Swanson, and M. W. Hart Bindin from a sea star Evolution & Development 11 376-381 (doi:10.1111/j.1525-142X.2009.00344.x) [Link]
2008 Hart, M. W. Speciose versus species-rich Trends in Ecology and Evolution 23 660-661 (doi:10.1016/j.tree.2008.09.001) [Link]
2008 Keever, C. C., J. Sunday, C. Wood, M. Byrne, and M. W. Hart Discovery and cross-amplification of microsatellite polymorphisms in asterinid sea stars Biological Bulletin 215 164-172 [Link]
2008 Sunday, J., L. Raeburn, and M. W. Hart Emerging infectious disease in sea stars: castrating ciliate parasites in Patiria miniata Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 81 173-176 (doi:10.3354/dao01949) [Link]
2008 Keever, C. C., and M. W. Hart Something for nothing? Reconstruction of ancestral character states in asterinid sea star development Evolution & Development 10 62-73 [Link]
2010 Willing, E-M., Bentzen, P., van Oosterhout, C., Hoffmann, M., Cable, J., Breden, F., Weigel, D., and C. Dreyer Genome-wide single nucleotide polymorphisms reveal population history and adaptive divergence in wild guppies Molecular Ecology 19 968-984
2011 Watson, C. T., Gray, S. M., Hoffmann, M., Lubieniecki, K. P., Joy, J. B., Sandkam, B. A., Weigel, D., Loew, E., Dreyer, C., Davidson, W. S., and F. Breden Gene duplication and divergence of long wavelength-sensitive opsin genes in the guppy, Poecilia reticulata Journal of Molecular Evolution 72:240–252 72 240-252
2011 Gaudet, R. G., Breden, F., Plummer, F., and J. D. Berry Molecular characterization of the cervical and systemic B-cell repertoire: Unique, yet overlapping, immune compartments of an HIV-1 resistant individual MAbs 3 181-91
2011 Bowler, M. G. and F. Breden Assessing the Potential Threat to Natural Habitats from Insect Resistance Transgenes In: Temporal Niche Dynamics and Ecological Processes (eds. Colleen Kelly, Michael Bowler, and Gordon Cox) Cambridge University Press
2011 Breden, F., Lepik, C., Longo, N. S., Montero, M., Lipsky, P. E., and J. K. Scott Comparison of antibody repertoires produced by HIV-1 infection, other chronic and acute infections, and systemic autoimmune disease PLoS ONE 3 e16857
2011 Watson, C. T., Para, A. E., Lincoln, M. R., Ramagopalan, S. V., Orton, S. M., Morrison, K. M., Handunnetthi, L., Handel, A. E., Chao, M. J., Morahan, J., Sadovnick, A. D., Breden, F., and G. C. Ebers Revisiting the T cell receptor alpha/delta locus and possible associations with multiple sclerosis Genes and Immunity 12 59-66
2011 Breden, F. and A. Lindholm Genetic Variation in Natural Populations In: Ecology and Evolution of Poeciliid Fishes (eds. Jonathan Evans, Andrea Pilastro, and Ingo Schlupp) University of Chicago Press, Chicago
2011 Tam, K. J., Watson, C. T., Massah, S., Kolybaba, A. M., Breden, F., Prefontaine, G. G., Beischlag, T Regulatory function of conserved sequences upstream of the long-wave sensitive opsin genes in teleost fishes Vision Research 51 2295-2303
2012 Dubman, E., Collard, M., and A.O. Mooers Evidence that gestation duration and lactation duration are coupled traits in primates. Biology Letters 8 998-1001
2012 Watson, C. T., Disanto, G., Breden, F., Giovannoni, F., and S. V. Ramagopalan Estimating the proportion of variation in susceptibility to multiple sclerosis captured by common SNPs Scientific Reports 2 70
2012 Watson, C.T, Disanto, G., Sandve, G. K., Breden, F., Giovannoni, G., and S. V. Ramagopalan Age-associated hyper-methylated regions in the human brain overlap with bivalent chromatin domains PLOS One 7:9 e43840
2012 Watson, C. T. and F. Breden The immunoglobulin heavy chain locus: genetic variation, missing data, and implications for human disease Genes and Immunity 2012 1-11
2012 Gorman, K. F., Pohl, K., Ali, F., Bandwait, K., and Felix Breden Model teleosts for the study of idiopathic-type spinal curvatures: potential biomedical applications Journal of Applied Ichthyology 28:353-359 28 353-359
2013 Sandkam, BA, JB Joy, CT Watson, P Gonzalez-Bendiksen, CR Gabor, and F Breden Hybridization leads to sensory repertoire expansion in a gynogenetic fish, the Amazon Molly (Poecilia formosa): a test of the Hybrid-Sensory Expansion hypothesis Evolution 67 120-130
2013 Watson, C. T., Steinberg, K. M., Huddleston, J., Warren, R. L., Malig, M., Schein, J., Willsey, A. J., Joy, J. B., Scott, J. K., Graves, T. A., Wilson, R. K., Holt, R. A., Eichler, E. E., and F. Breden Complete haplotype of the human immunoglobulin heavy-chain variable, diversity, and joining genes and characterization of allelic and copy-number variation American Journal of Human Genetics 92 1-17
2014 Martin, T., Havlecek, H., and Mooers, AO Mammal and bird species held in zoos are less endemic and less threatened than their close relatives not held in zoos Animal Conservation 17 89-96
2014 Jetz, W., Thomas, G.H., Joy, J.B., Redding, D.W., Hartmann, K., and A.O. Mooers. Global distribution and conservation of evolutionary distinctness in birds. Current Biology 24 1-12
2014 Watson, C. T., Steinberg, K. M., Graves, T. A., Warren, R. L., Malig, M., Schein, J., Wilson, R. K., Holt, R. A., Eichler, E. E., and F. Breden Sequencing of the human IG light chain loci from a hydatidiform mole BAC library reveals locus-specific signatures of genetic diversity Genes and Immunity doi: 10.1038/gene.2014.56
2014 Bowler, M. G., Breden, F., and Kelly, C. K. Temporal dynamics and the spread of insect resistance transgenes. 2014. Temporal Dynamics and Ecological Process (eds. Colleen Kelly, Michael G. Bowler, and Gordon A. Fox). Cambridge University Press
2015 Sandkam, B., Young, M., and F. Breden Beauty in the eyes of the beholders: Color vision is tuned to mate preference in the Trinidadian guppy (Poecilia reticulata) Molecular Ecology
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