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Swofford, D. L., G. J. Olsen, P. J. Waddell, and D. M. Hillis. 1996. Phylogenetic inference. Pp. 407-514 in Molecular Systematics, 2nd. ed. (D. M. Hillis, B. K. Mable, and C. Moritz, eds.). Sinauer, Sunderland, Massachusetts.
 
Swofford, D. L., G. J. Olsen, P. J. Waddell, and D. M. Hillis. 1996. Phylogenetic inference. Pp. 407-514 in Molecular Systematics, 2nd. ed. (D. M. Hillis, B. K. Mable, and C. Moritz, eds.). Sinauer, Sunderland, Massachusetts.

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Co-Director of Workshop

David Hillis will be present throughout the workshop.


Institutional home page

Lecture Materials

Introduction

Reading List

General Background on Phylogenetic Methods:

Swofford, D. L., G. J. Olsen, P. J. Waddell, and D. M. Hillis. 1996. Phylogenetic inference. Pp. 407-514 in Molecular Systematics, 2nd. ed. (D. M. Hillis, B. K. Mable, and C. Moritz, eds.). Sinauer, Sunderland, Massachusetts.

Forensic Applications of Phylogenetic Analysis:

Metzker, M. L., D. P. Mindell, X.-M. Liu, R. G. Ptak, R. A. Gibbs, and D. M. Hillis. 2002. Molecular evidence of HIV-1 transmission in a criminal case. Proc. National Academy Sciences USA 99:14292-14297.

Scaduto, D. I., J. M. Brown, W. C. Haaland, D. J. Zwickl, D. M. Hillis, and M. L. Metzker. 2010. Source identification in two criminal cases using phylogenetic analysis of HIV-1 DNA sequences. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 107:21242-21247.

The Effects of Taxon Sampling on Phylogenetic Analysis:

Zwickl, D. J., and D. M. Hillis. 2002. Increased taxon sampling greatly reduces phylogenetic error. Systematic Biology 51:588-598.

Pollock, D. D., D. J. Zwickl, J. A. McGuire, and D. M. Hillis. 2002. Increased taxon sampling is advantageous for phylogenetic inference. Systematic Biology 51:664-671.

Hedtke, S.M., T. Townsend, and D. M. Hillis. 2006. Resolution of phylogenetic conflict in large data sets by increased taxon sampling. Systematic Biology 55:522-529.

Heath, T. A., D. J. Zwickl, J. Kim, and D. M. Hillis. 2008. Taxon sampling affects inferences of macroevolutionary processes from phylogenetic trees. Systematic Biology 57: 160-166.

Heath, T. A., S. M. Hedtke, and D. M. Hillis. 2008. Taxon sampling and the accuracy of phylogenetic analyses. Journal of Systematics and Evolution 46: 239-257.

Performance Comparisons of Phylogenetic Methods:

Huelsenbeck, J. P., and D. M. Hillis. 1993. Success of phylogenetic methods in the four-taxon case. Syst. Biol. 42: 247-264.

Hillis, D. M., J. P. Huelsenbeck, and C. W. Cunningham. 1994. Application and accuracy of molecular phylogenies. Science 264:671-677.

Hillis, D. M., J. P. Huelsenbeck, and D. L. Swofford. 1994. Hobgoblin of Phylogenetics? Nature 369:363-364.

Hillis, D. M. 1996. Inferring complex phylogenies. Nature 383:130-131.

Evolution of Sodium Channel Genes in Electric Fishes:

Zakon, H. H., Y. Lu, D. J. Zwickl, and D. M. Hillis. 2006. Sodium channel genes and the evolution of diversity in communication signals of electric fishes: Convergent molecular evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 103:3675-3680.

Zakon, H. H., D. J. Zwickl, Y. Lu, and D. M. Hillis. 2008. Molecular evolution of communication signals in electric fish. Journal of Experimental Biology 211: 1814-1818.

Zakon, H. H., M. C. Jost, D. J. Zwickl, Y. Lu, and D. M. Hillis. 2009. Molecular evolution of Na+ channels in teleost fishes. Integrative Biology 4:64-74.

Tree Set Visualization:

Hillis, D. M., T. Heath, and K. St. John. 2005. Analysis and visualization of tree space. Systematic Biology 54:471-482.

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