Richard H Baker
TitleCited byYear
Multiple sources of character information and the phylogeny of Hawaiian drosophilids
RH Baker, R DeSalle
Systematic biology 46 (4), 654-673, 1997
6171997
Corroboration among data sets in simultaneous analysis: hidden support for phylogenetic relationships among higher level artiodactyl taxa
J Gatesy, P O'Grady, RH Baker
Cladistics 15 (3), 271-313, 1999
3171999
Assessing the relative contribution of molecular and morphological characters in simultaneous analysis trees
RH Baker, X Yu, R DeSalle
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 9 (3), 427-436, 1998
2991998
Phylogenetic utility of different types of molecular data used to infer evolutionary relationships among stalk-eyed flies (Diopsidae)
RH Baker, GS Wilkinson, R DeSalle
Systematic Biology 50 (1), 87-105, 2001
2382001
Accepting partnership by submission? Morphological phylogenetics in a molecular millennium
RA Jenner, J GATESY, R BAKER, C HAYASHI, O BININDA-EMONDS
Systematic Biology 53 (2), 333-342, 2004
1692004
Coevolution of sperm and female reproductive tract morphology in stalk–eyed flies
DC Presgraves, RH Baker, GS Wilkinson
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
1611999
Phylogenetic analysis of sexual dimorphism and eye‐span allometry in stalk‐eyed flies (Diopsidae)
RH Baker, GS Wilkinson
Evolution 55 (7), 1373-1385, 2001
1522001
Inconsistencies in arguments for the supertree approach: supermatrices versus supertrees of Crocodylia
J Gatesy, RH Baker, C Hayashi
Systematic Biology 53 (2), 342, 2004
1322004
Hidden likelihood support in genomic data: can forty-five wrongs make a right?
J Gatesy, RH Baker
Systematic Biology 54 (3), 483-492, 2005
1302005
Evolution of female mating preferences in stalk-eyed flies
GS Wilkinson, H Kahler, RH Baker
Behavioral Ecology 9 (5), 525-533, 1998
1021998
Phylogenetic analysis of the repleta species group of the genus Drosophila using multiple sources of characters
CM Durando, RH Baker, WJ Etges, WB Heed, M Wasserman, R DeSalle
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 16 (2), 296-307, 2000
902000
Accessory gland size influences time to sexual maturity and mating frequency in the stalk-eyed fly, Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni
RH Baker, M Denniff, P Futerman, K Fowler, A Pomiankowski, T Chapman
Behavioral Ecology 14 (5), 607-611, 2003
692003
Effects of multiple mating and male eye span on female reproductive output in the stalk-eyed fly, Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni
RH Baker, RIS Ashwell, TA Richards, K Fowler, T Chapman, ...
Behavioral Ecology 12 (6), 732-739, 2001
612001
Is morphology still relevant?
RH Baker, J Gatesy
Molecular systematics and evolution: theory and practice, 163-174, 2002
592002
Phylogenetic analysis of correlation structure in stalk‐eyed flies (Diasemopsis, Diopsidae)
RH Baker, GS Wilkinson
Evolution 57 (1), 87-103, 2003
502003
A cladistic analysis of Diopsidae (Diptera) based on morphological and DNA sequence data
R Baker, R Meier
Insect Systematics & Evolution 33 (3), 325-336, 2002
502002
Palliative and end-of-life care in the serious and persistently mentally ill population
A Baker
Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association 11 (5), 298-303, 2005
462005
Genome assembly and geospatial phylogenomics of the bed bug Cimex lectularius
JA Rosenfeld, D Reeves, MR Brugler, A Narechania, S Simon, R Durrett, ...
Nature communications 7, 10164, 2016
442016
Polytene chromosomes as indicators of phylogeny in several species groups of Drosophila
PM O'grady, RH Baker, CM Durando, WJ Etges, R DeSalle
BMC evolutionary biology 1 (1), 6, 2001
442001
We can't all be supermodels: the value of comparative transcriptomics to the study of non‐model insects
SJ Oppenheim, RH Baker, S Simon, R DeSalle
Insect molecular biology 24 (2), 139-154, 2015
422015
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