Integrative Biology 200B
Spring 1999

"PRINCIPLES OF PHYLOGENETICS:  ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION"
Reading List # 5

Those references preceded by ** are required. Those preceded by * are highly suggested.  The others are suggested too, but we realize you can only read so much.

April 6 - 15.  Quantitative character evolution within a cladogram

* Ackerly, D. D. and M. J. Donoghue.  1998.  Leaf size, sapling allometry, and Corner's Rules: phylogeny and correlated evolution in Maples (Acer).  Am. Nat. 152: 767-791.

Bjorklund, M.   1994. The independent contrast method in comparative biology. Cladistics 10(4): 425-433.

Burt, A. 1989. Comparative methods using phylogenetically independent contrasts. Oxford Surveys in Evolutionary Biology     6: 33-53.

Cheverud, J., and M.  Dow.  1985.  An autocorrelation analysis of the effect of lineal fission on  genetic variation among social groups.  Amer.  J.  Phys.  Anthropol.  67:113-121.
 
Cheverud, J. M., M. M. Dow, and W. Leutenegger.  1985.  The quantitative assessment of phylogenetic constraints in comparative analyses:  Sexual dimorphism in body weight among primates.  Evolution, 39, 1335-1351.

Cliff, A. D., and Ord, J. K.  1973.  Spatial Autocorrelation.  London:  Pion.

Dîaz-Uriarte, R. and T. Garland.  1998.  Effects of branch-length errors on the performance of phylogenetically independent contrasts.  Syst. Biol. 47: 654-672.

Felsenstein, J.  1985.  Phylogenies and the comparative method. Am. Nat. 125:1-15.

Friday, A. 1987.  Models of evolutionary change and the estimation of evolutionary trees.  Oxford Surveys Evol. Biol. 4:61-88.

Garland, T., P. H. Harvey and A. R. Ives.  1992.  Procedures for the analysis of comparative data using phylogenetically independent contrasts.  Syst. Biol. 41: 18-32.

Garland, T., Jr., Dickerman, A. W., Janis, C. M., and Jones, J. A. (1993). "Phylogenetic Analysis of Covariance by Computer Simulation." Systematic Biology, 42(3), 265-292.

Grafen, A. 1989. The phylogenetic regression. Phil. Trans. Royal  Soc. London 326:119-156.

Hansen, T. F. and E. P. Martins.  1996.  Translating between micorevolutionary process and macroevolutionary patterns: the correlation structure of interspecific data.  Evol. 50: 1404-1417.

Harris, M. A., and Steudel, K. (1997). "Ecological correlates of hind-limb length in the Carnivora." Journal of Zoology (London), 241(2), 381-408.

* Harvey, P.H. and M.D. Pagel. 1991. The comparative method in  evolutionary biology. Oxford University Press.
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Huey, R.B. and A.F. Bennett. 1987. Phylogenetic studies of co-adaptation: preferred temperature versus optimal performance temperatures of lizards. Evolution 41: 1098-115.

Huey, R.B.  1987.  Phylogeny, history, and the comparative method.  Pp. 76-101 in Feder, M.E., A.F. Bennett, W.W. Burggren, R.B. Huey (eds).  New Directions in Ecological     Physiology.  Cambridge University Press, New York.

Irschick, D. J. and J. B. Losos.  1998.  A comparative analysis of the ecological significance of maximal locomotor performance in Caribbean Anolis lizards.  Evol. 52:

Losos, J. B.  1996.  Phylogenies and comparative biology, Stage II: Testing causal hypotheses derived from phylogenies with data from extant taxa.  Syst. Biol. 45: 259-260.  [Introduction to a symposium -- several relevant papers here]

Martins, E. P.  1996.  Phylogenies, spatial autoregression, and the comparative method: a computer simulation test.  Evol. 50: 1750-1765.

Martins, E.P. and T. Garland, Jr. 1991. Phylogenetic analyses of  the correlated evolution of continuous characters: a simulation study. Evolution 45: 534-557.

Martins, E. P., and Hansen, T. F.  1997.  Phylogenies and the comparative method:  A  general approach to incorporating phylogenetic information into the analysis of interspecific data.  Am.  Nat.

McPeek, M. A.  1995.  Testing hypotheses about evolutionary change on single branches of a phylogeny using evolutionary contrasts.  Am. Nat. 145: 686-703.

** Miles, D. B. and A. E. Dunham.  1993.  Historical perspectives in ecology and evolutionary biology: the use of phylogenetic comparative analyses.  Ann. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 24: 587-619.

Siddall, M. E.  1996.  Phylogenetic covariance probability: confidence and historical associations.  Syst. Biol. 45: 48-66.

Silvertown, J., and Dodd, M. (1996). "Comparing plants and connecting traits." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B Biological Sciences, 351(1345), 1233-1239.

Stearns, S. C.  1984.  The influence of size and phylogeny on patterns of covariation in the life history traits of lizards and snakes.  Am. Nat. 123: 56-72.

Steppan, S. J.  1997.  Phylogenetic analysis of phenotypic covariance structure. I. Contrasting results from matrix correlation and common principle components analysis.  Evol. 51: 571-586.

Westneat, M. W. (1995). "Phylogenetic systematics and biomechanics in ecomorphology." Environmental Biology of Fishes, 44(1-3), 263-283.