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Using phylogenetic, functional and trait diversity to understand patterns of plant community productivity. PLoS One. 4:e5695.. 2009.
Understanding the dermal light sense in the context of integrative photoreceptor cell biology. Visual neuroscience. 28:265–279. (297.05 KB). 2011.
Type II opsins: evolutionary origin by internal domain duplication? Journal of molecular evolution. 66:417–423. (321.78 KB). 2008.
A Transcriptomic Analysis of Cave, Surface, and Hybrid Isopod Crustaceans of the Species Asellus aquaticus. PloS one. 10:e0140484.. 2015.
Today's multiple choice exam:(a) gene duplication;(b) structural mutation;(c) co-option;(d) regulatory mutation;(e) all of the above. Evolution & Development. 9:523–524.. 2007.
Symbiotic organs shaped by distinct modes of genome evolution in cephalopods. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. :201817322.. 2019.
Species richness, but not phylogenetic diversity, influences community biomass production and temporal stability in a re-examination of 16 grassland biodiversity studies. Functional Ecology.. 2015.
Shared ancestry influences community stability by altering competitive interactions: evidence from a laboratory microcosm experiment using freshwater green algae. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 280 (527.51 KB). 2013.
Sequence, overproduction and purification of Vibrio proteolyticus ribosomal protein L 18 for in vitro and in vivo studies. Gene. 183:237–242.. 1996.
A review of Gene Sharing and Evolution: The Diversity of Protein Functions, by Joram Piatigorsky. Evolution & Development. 9:514–516.. 2007.
Repression and loss of gene expression outpaces activation and gain in recently duplicated fly genes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 103:11637.. 2006.
Reconstructing ancestral genome content based on symmetrical best alignments and Dollo parsimony. Bioinformatics. 24:606. (254.73 KB). 2008.
Reconstructing ancestral character states: a critical reappraisal. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 13:361–366. (136.95 KB). 1998.
Prolific origination of eyes in Cnidaria with co-option of non-visual opsins. Current Biology. 28:2413–2419. (2.06 MB). 2018.
A post-synaptic scaffold at the origin of the animal kingdom. PLoS One. 2:e506.. 2007.
Physical localization and characterization of the BglI element in the genomes of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) and brown trout (S. trutta L.). Gene. 194:9–18.. 1997.
Phylotranscriptomics to Bring the Understudied into the Fold: Monophyletic Ostracoda, Fossil Placement, and Pancrustacean Phylogeny. Molecular biology and evolution. 30:215–233. (1.19 MB). 2013.
Phylogeny of salmonine fishes based on growth hormone introns: Atlantic (Salmo) and Pacific (Oncorhynchus) salmon are not sister taxa. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 11:381–393.. 1999.
Phylogenetic diversity metrics for ecological communities: integrating species richness, abundance and evolutionary history. Ecology letters. 13:96–105.. 2010.
Phenotypic evolution shaped by current enzyme function in the bioluminescent courtship signals of sea fireflies. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 286:20182621.. 2019.
The origins of novel protein interactions during animal opsin evolution. PLoS One. 2:e1054.. 2007.
Opsins in Limulus eyes: Characterization of three visible light-sensitive opsins unique to and co-expressed in median eye photoreceptors and a peropsin/RGR that is expressed in all eyes. The Journal of experimental biology. :jeb–116087.. 2014.
Opening the “black box”: the genetic and biochemical basis of eye evolution. Evolution: Education and Outreach. 1:390–402. (342.38 KB). 2008.