Kevin E. Omland
Kevin E. Omland
Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, EandE@UMBC, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
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Species-level paraphyly and polyphyly: frequency, causes, and consequences, with insights from animal mitochondrial DNA
DJ Funk, KE Omland
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 34, 397-423, 2003
20432003
Reconstructing ancestral character states: a critical reappraisal
CW Cunningham, KE Omland, TH Oakley
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 13 (9), 361-366, 1998
5251998
Female song is widespread and ancestral in songbirds
KJ Odom, ML Hall, K Riebel, KE Omland, NE Langmore
Nature Communications 5 (1), 1-6, 2014
2102014
Examining two standard assumptions of ancestral reconstructions: repeated loss of dichromatism in dabbling ducks (Anatini)
KE Omland
Evolution 51 (5), 1636-1646, 1997
2011997
A molecular phylogeny of the New World orioles (Icterus): the importance of dense taxon sampling
KE Omland, SM Lanyon, SJ Fritz
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 12 (2), 224-239, 1999
1871999
RECONSTRUCTING PLUMAGE EVOLUTION IN ORIOLES (ICTERUS): REPEATED CONVERGENCE AND REVERSAL IN PATTERNS
KE Omland, SM Lanyon
Evolution 54 (6), 2119-2133, 2000
1782000
Methods in comparative phylogeography, and their application to studying evolution in the North American aridlands
RM Zink
Integrative and Comparative Biology 42 (5), 953-959, 2002
1652002
Nuclear loci and coalescent methods support ancient hybridization as cause of mitochondrial paraphyly between gadwall and falcated duck (Anas spp.)
JL Peters, Y Zhuravlev, I Fefelov, A Logie, KE Omland
Evolution 61 (8), 1992-2006, 2007
1612007
Correlated rates of molecular and morphological evolution
KE Omland
Evolution 51 (5), 1381-1393, 1997
1501997
Cryptic genetic variation and paraphyly in ravens
KE Omland, CL Tarr, WI Boarman, JM Marzluff, RC Fleischer
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
1382000
The assumptions and challenges of ancestral state reconstructions
KE Omland
Systematic biology 48 (3), 604-611, 1999
1371999
Female mallard mating preferences for multiple male ornaments II. experimental variation
KE Omland
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 39 (6), 361-366, 1996
128*1996
Female mallard mating preferences for multiple male ornaments: I. natural variation.
KE Omland
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 39 (6), 353-360, 1996
1281996
Genetic signatures of intermediate divergence: population history of Old and New World Holarctic ravens (Corvus corax)
KE Omland, JM Baker, JL Peters
Molecular Ecology 15 (3), 795-808, 2006
1262006
A molecular phylogeny of the blackbirds (Icteridae): five lineages revealed by cytochrome-b sequence data
SM Lanyon, KE Omland
The Auk 116 (3), 629-639, 1999
1241999
Tree thinking for all biology: the problem with reading phylogenies as ladders of progress
KE Omland, LG Cook, MD Crisp
BioEssays 30 (9), 854-867, 2008
1232008
Novel Intron Phylogeny Supports Plumage Convergence in Orioles (Icterus)
E Sanders Allen, KE Omland
The Auk 120 (4), 961-969, 2003
1152003
Losses of female song with changes from tropical to temperate breeding in the New World blackbirds
JJ Price, SM Lanyon, KE Omland
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1664), 1971-1980, 2009
1062009
Late Pleistocene divergence between eastern and western populations of wood ducks (Aix sponsa) inferred by the ‘isolation with migration’ coalescent method
JL Peters, W Gretes, KE Omland
Molecular Ecology 14 (11), 3407-3418, 2005
1032005
ROWLEY REVIEW: Phylogeography: its development and impact in Australo-Papuan ornithology with special reference to paraphyly in Australian birds
L Joseph, KE Omland
Emu 109 (1), 1-23, 2009
102*2009
Il sistema al momento non può eseguire l'operazione. Riprova più tardi.
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