Robert J. Asher, Ph.D.

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2000 Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, United States 
Area:
Zoology Biology, Anatomy Biology, Paleozoology
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Callum F. Ross grad student Stony Brook University Medical Center (Neurotree)
Ross D. E. MacPhee grad student 2000 SUNY Stony Brook
 (Phylogenetic history of Tenrecs and other insectivoran mammals.)
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Gomes Rodrigues H, Tabuce R, Asher RJ, et al. (2020) Developmental origins and homologies of the hyracoid dentition. Evolution & Development. e12337
Asher RJ, Smith MR, Rankin A, et al. (2019) Congruence, fossils and the evolutionary tree of rodents and lagomorphs. Royal Society Open Science. 6: 190387
Davies TG, Rahman IA, Lautenschlager S, et al. (2017) Open data and digital morphology. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 284
Thean T, Kardjilov N, Asher RJ. (2016) Inner ear development in cetaceans. Journal of Anatomy
Hautier L, Gomes Rodrigues H, Billet G, et al. (2016) The hidden teeth of sloths: evolutionary vestiges and the development of a simplified dentition. Scientific Reports. 6: 27763
Brocklehurst RJ, Crumpton N, Button E, et al. (2016) Jaw anatomy of Potamogale velox (Tenrecidae, Afrotheria) with a focus on cranial arteries and the coronoid canal in mammals. Peerj. 4: e1906
Tarver JE, Dos Reis M, Mirarab S, et al. (2016) The Interrelationships of Placental Mammals and the Limits of Phylogenetic Inference. Genome Biology and Evolution
O'Meara RN, Asher RJ. (2016) The evolution of growth patterns in mammalian versus nonmammalian cynodonts Paleobiology. 42: 439-464
Crumpton N, Kardjilov N, Asher RJ. (2015) Convergence vs. Specialization in the ear region of moles (Mammalia). Journal of Morphology. 276: 900-14
Pattinson DJ, Thompson RS, Piotrowski AK, et al. (2015) Phylogeny, paleontology, and primates: do incomplete fossils bias the tree of life? Systematic Biology. 64: 169-86
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