Brian Christopher O'Meara, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Knoxville, TN, United States 
Area:
evolution, phylogenetics
Website:
http://www.brianomeara.info
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Beaulieu JM, O'Meara BC, Gilchrist MA. (2020) A spatially-explicit model of stabilizing selection for improving phylogenetic inference. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Harvey MG, Bravo GA, Claramunt S, et al. (2020) The evolution of a tropical biodiversity hotspot. Science (New York, N.Y.). 370: 1343-1348
Landerer C, O'Meara BC, Zaretzki R, et al. (2020) Unlocking a signal of introgression from codons in Lachancea kluyveri using a mutation-selection model. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 20: 109
Meireles JE, Cavender-Bares J, Townsend PA, et al. (2020) Leaf reflectance spectra capture the evolutionary history of seed plants. The New Phytologist
Cope AL, O'Meara BC, Gilchrist MA. (2020) Gene expression of functionally-related genes coevolves across fungal species: detecting coevolution of gene expression using phylogenetic comparative methods. Bmc Genomics. 21: 370
Nguyen VD, Nguyen TH, Tayeen ASM, et al. (2020) Phylotastic: Improving Access to Tree-of-Life Knowledge With Flexible, on-the-Fly Delivery of Trees. Evolutionary Bioinformatics Online. 16: 1176934319899384
Jhwueng DC, O'Meara BC. (2020) On the Matrix Condition of Phylogenetic Tree. Evolutionary Bioinformatics Online. 16: 1176934320901721
Beaulieu JM, O'Meara BC. (2019) Diversity and skepticism are vital for comparative biology: a response to Donoghue and Edwards (2019). American Journal of Botany
Beaulieu JM, O'Meara BC, Zaretzki R, et al. (2018) Population Genetics Based Phylogenetics Under Stabilizing Selection for an Optimal Amino Acid Sequence: A Nested Modeling Approach. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Borstein SR, Fordyce JA, O'Meara BC, et al. (2018) Reef fish functional traits evolve fastest at trophic extremes. Nature Ecology & Evolution
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