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Rivera AS, Oakley TH.  2009.  Ontogeny of sexual dimorphism via tissue duplication in an ostracod (Crustacea). Evolution & Development. 11:233–243.
Marxen JC, Pick C, Oakley TH, Burmester T.  2014.  Occurrence of Hemocyanin in Ostracod Crustaceans. Journal of Molecular Evolution. :1–9. (1.42 MB)
Plachetzki DC, Serb JM, Oakley TH.  2005.  New insights into the evolutionary history of photoreceptor cells. Trends in ecology & evolution. 20:465–467.
Rose MR, Oakley TH, .  2007.  The new biology: beyond the Modern Synthesis. Biology direct. 2:30.
Oakley TH.  2005.  Myodocopa (Crustacea: Ostracoda) as models for evolutionary studies of light and vision: multiple origins of bioluminescence and extreme sexual dimorphism. Hydrobiologia. 538:179–192.
Oakley TH, Cunningham CW.  2002.  Molecular phylogenetic evidence for the independent evolutionary origin of an arthropod compound eye. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 99:1426.
Tanner AR, Fuchs D, Winkelmann IE, M Gilbert TP, M Pankey S, Ribeiro ÂM, Kocot KM, Halanych KM, Oakley TH, da Fonseca RR et al..  2017.  Molecular clocks indicate turnover and diversification of modern coleoid cephalopods during the Mesozoic Marine Revolution. Proc. R. Soc. B.
Oakley TH.  2003.  Maximum likelihood models of trait evolution. Comments on Theoretical Biology. 8:609–625.
M Ramirez D, Pairett AN, M Pankey S, Serb JM, Speiser DI, Swafford AJ, Oakley TH.  2016.  The last common ancestor of most bilaterian animals possessed at least 9 opsins. Genome biology and evolution. :evw248.
Plachetzki DC, Oakley TH.  2007.  Key transitions during the evolution of animal phototransduction: novelty,“tree-thinking,” co-option, and co-duplication. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 47:759–769.
Oakley TH.  2008.  Jay Hosler, An Evolutionary Novelty: Optical Allusions. Evolution: Education and Outreach. 1:548–551. (212.35 KB)
Oakley TH, Cunningham CW.  2000.  Independent contrasts succeed where ancestor reconstruction fails in a known bacteriophage phylogeny. Evolution. 54:397–405.
Oakley TH, Speiser DI.  2015.  How Complexity Originates: The Evolution of Animal Eyes. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. 46 (351.15 KB)
Oakley TH.  2003.  On homology of arthropod compound eyes. Integrative and comparative biology. 43:522–530.
Ellis EA, Oakley TH.  2016.  High Rates of Species Accumulation in Animals with Bioluminescent Courtship Displays. Current Biology.  (1.33 MB)
Serb JM, Oakley TH.  2005.  Hierarchical phylogenetics as a quantitative analytical framework for evolutionary developmental biology. Bioessays. 27:1158–1166.
Oakley TH, Rivera AS.  2008.  Genomics and the evolutionary origins of nervous system complexity. Current opinion in genetics & development. 18:479–492.
Jeffery NW, Ellis EA, Oakley TH, T Gregory R.  2017.  The Genome Sizes of Ostracod Crustaceans Correlate with Body Size and Evolutionary History, but not Environment. Journal of Heredity. 108:701-706.
Oakley TH, Plachetzki DC, Rivera AS.  2007.  Furcation, field-splitting, and the evolutionary origins of novelty in arthropod photoreceptors. Arthropod structure & development. 36:386–400.
Peyer SM, M Pankey S, Oakley TH, McFall-Ngai MJ.  2014.  Eye-specification genes in the bacterial light organ of the bobtail squid Euprymna scolopes and their expression in response to symbiont cues. Mechanisms of development. 131:111-126. (3.54 MB)
M Ramirez D, Oakley TH.  2015.  Eye-independent, light-activated chromatophore expansion (LACE) and expression of phototransduction genes in the skin of Octopus bimaculoides. The Journal of experimental biology. 218:1513–1520.
Oakley TH.  2003.  The eye as a replicating and diverging, modular developmental unit. TRENDS in Ecology and Evolution. 18:623–627.
Alexandrou MA, Cardinale BJ, Hall JD, Delwiche CF, Fritschie K, Narwani A, Venail PA, Bentlage B, M Pankey S, Oakley TH.  2015.  Evolutionary relatedness does not predict competition and co-occurrence in natural or experimental communities of green algae. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 282:20141745.
Fritschie KJeffrey, Cardinale BJ, Alexandrou MA, Oakley TH.  2013.  Evolutionary history and the strength of species interactions: testing the phylogenetic limiting similarity hypothesis. Ecology.
Cadotte MW, Cardinale BJ, Oakley TH.  2008.  Evolutionary history and the effect of biodiversity on plant productivity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 105:17012.