Phylogenetics and Molecular Evolution

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2012 Concatenation and Concordance in the Reconstruction of Mouse Lemur Phylogeny: An Empirical Demonstration of the Effect of Allele Sampling in Phylogenetics. Weisrock, D.W., S.D. Smith, L.M. Chan, K. Biebouw, P.M. Kappler, and A.D. Yoder. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 29(6):1615-1630. PDF
2003 The phylogenetic position of genus Tarsius: whose side are you on? In: Tarsiers: Past, Present, and Future (P.C. Wright, E.L. Simons and S. Gursky, eds.) Yoder, A.D. Rutgers University Press, pp. 161-175.
2002 Using secondary structure to identify ribosomal numts: cautionary examples from the human genome. Olson, L.E. and A.D. Yoder. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 19(1): 93-100. PDF
2001 Failure of the ILD to determine data combinability for slow loris phylogeny. Yoder, A.D., Irwin, J.A., and B. Payseur. Systematic Biology, 50: 408-424. PDF
1999 Phylogeny of the Lemuridae: effects of taxon and character sampling on resolution of species relationships within Eulemur. Yoder, A.D. and J.A. Irwin. Cladistics, 15:351-361. PDF
1999 Estimation of the transition/transversion rate bias and species sampling. Yang, Z. and A.D. Yoder. Journal of Molecular Evolution, 48(3): 274-283. PDF Dataset
1996 Molecular evolutionary dynamics of cytochrome b in strepsirrhine primates: the phylogenetic significance of third position transversions. Yoder, A.D., Vilgalys, R., and M. Ruvolo. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 13(10):1339-1350.
1994 The relative position of the Cheirogaleidae in strepsirhine phylogeny: a comparison of morphological and molecular methods and results. Yoder, A.D. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 94(1):25-46.
1994 Molecules and Morphology in Primate Systematics: An Introduction. Cartmill, M. and A.D. Yoder. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 94(1):1.
1992 Applications and limitations of ontogenetic comparisons for phylogeny reconstruction: the case of the strepsirhine internal carotid artery. Yoder, A.D. Journal of Human Evolution, 23:183-195.
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