Allan J. Baker
Allan J. Baker
Royal Ontario Museum and University of Toronto
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Maximum likelihood inference of geographic range evolution by dispersal, local extinction, and cladogenesis
RH Ree, SA Smith
Systematic biology 57 (1), 4-14, 2008
15572008
Rapid population decline in red knots: fitness consequences of decreased refuelling rates and late arrival in Delaware Bay
AJ Baker, PM Gonzalez, T Piersma, LJ Niles, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
5082004
Accounting for Phylogenetic Uncertainty in Biogeography: A Bayesian Approach to Dispersal-Vicariance Analysis of the Thrushes (Aves: Turdus)
JAA Nylander, U Olsson, P Alström, I SANMARTin
Systematic Biology 57 (2), 257-268, 2008
3622008
Mitochondrial control region sequences as tools for understanding evolution
AJ BAKER
Avian molecular evolution and systematics, 51-82, 1997
3301997
A mitogenomic timescale for birds detects variable phylogenetic rates of molecular evolution and refutes the standard molecular clock
SL Pereira, AJ Baker
Molecular biology and evolution 23 (9), 1731-1740, 2006
2612006
Complete mitochondrial DNA geonome sequences of extinct birds: ratite phylogenetics and the vicariance biogeography hypothesis
O Haddrath, AJ Baker
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
2602001
Mitochondrial control-region sequences in two shorebird species, the Turnstone and the Dunlin, and their utility in population genetic studies.
PW Wenink, AJ Baker, MG Tilanus
Molecular Biology and Evolution 11 (1), 22-31, 1994
2311994
Single mitochondrial gene barcodes reliably identify sister-species in diverse clades of birds
ES Tavares, AJ Baker
BMC evolutionary biology 8 (1), 81, 2008
2292008
Hypervariable-control-region sequences reveal global population structuring in a long-distance migrant shorebird, the Dunlin (Calidris alpina)
PW Wenink, AJ Baker, MG Tilanus
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 90 (1), 94-98, 1993
2131993
RAPID GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION AND FOUNDER EFFECT IN COLONIZING POPULATIONS OF COMMON MYNAS (ACRIDOTHERES TRISTIS)
AJ Baker, A Moeed
Evolution 41 (3), 525-538, 1987
2061987
Phylogenetic relationships and divergence times of Charadriiformes genera: multigene evidence for the Cretaceous origin of at least 14 clades of shorebirds
AJ Baker, SL Pereira, TA Paton
Biology Letters 3 (2), 205-210, 2007
2052007
Asynchronous colonization of Madagascar by the four endemic clades of primates, tenrecs, carnivores, and rodents as inferred from nuclear genes
C Poux, O Madsen, E Marquard, DR Vieites, WW de Jong, M Vences
Systematic Biology 54 (5), 719-730, 2005
1912005
GLOBAL MITOCHONDRIAL DNA PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF HOLARCTIC BREEDING DUNLINS (CALIDRIS ALPINA)
PW Wenink, AJ Baker, HU Rösner, MGJ Tilanus
Evolution 50 (1), 318-330, 1996
1881996
Multiple gene evidence for expansion of extant penguins out of Antarctica due to global cooling
AJ Baker, SL Pereira, OP Haddrath, KA Edge
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1582), 11-17, 2006
1872006
Combined support for wholesale taxic atavism in gavialine crocodylians
J Gatesy, G Amato, M Norell, R DeSalle, C Hayashi
Systematic Biology 52 (3), 403-422, 2003
1872003
HISTORICAL DEMOGRAPHY AND PRESENT DAY POPULATION STRUCTURE OF THE GREENFINCH, CARDUEUS CHLORIS—AN ANALYSIS OF mtDNA …
J Merilä, M Björklund, AJ Baker
Evolution 51 (3), 946-956, 1997
1831997
Disjunct distribution of highly diverged mitochondrial lineage clade and population subdivision in a marine bivalve with pelagic larval dispersal
PC Luttikhuizen, J Drent, AJ Baker
Molecular Ecology 12 (8), 2215-2229, 2003
1772003
RAG-1 sequences resolve phylogenetic relationships within Charadriiform birds
TA Paton, AJ Baker, JG Groth, GF Barrowclough
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 29 (2), 268-278, 2003
1722003
Complete mitochondrial DNA genome sequences show that modern birds are not descended from transitional shorebirds
T Paton, O Haddrath, AJ Baker
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
1552002
Flightless brown kiwis of New Zealand possess extremely subdivided population structure and cryptic species like small mammals
AJ Baker, CH Daugherty, R Colbourne, JL McLennan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 92 (18), 8254-8258, 1995
1481995
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