Marvalee H. Wake

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Integrative Biology University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
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Cross-listing: Biomechanics Tree - BME Tree

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Jessie Atterholt grad student UC Berkeley
Aaron M. Bauer grad student UC Berkeley
Alvin Kristopher Lappin grad student UC Berkeley
Axel Meyer grad student
Kurt Schwenk grad student UC Berkeley
Brian Swartz grad student UC Berkeley
William Elliott Bemis grad student 1979-1983 MVZ, UC Berkeley
Judy P. Sheen grad student 2001 UC Berkeley (Biomechanics Tree)
Wyatt Korff grad student 2005 UC Berkeley (Biomechanics Tree)
Tami Mott grad student 2006 UC Berkeley (Biomechanics Tree)
Marguerite Butler post-doc
Adam P. Summers post-doc 1999-2001 UC Berkeley (Biomechanics Tree)
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Wake MH. (2020) Frogs give new insights into vertebrate novelties. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Yuan ML, Jung C, Wake MH, et al. (2020) Habitat use, interspecific competition and phylogenetic history shape the evolution of claw and toepad morphology in Lesser Antillean anoles Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 129: 630-643
Yuan ML, Wake MH, Wang IJ. (2018) Phenotypic integration between claw and toepad traits promotes microhabitat specialization in the Anolis adaptive radiation. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Barnosky AD, Hadly EA, Gonzalez P, et al. (2017) Merging paleobiology with conservation biology to guide the future of terrestrial ecosystems. Science (New York, N.Y.). 355
Hariharan IK, Wake DB, Wake MH. (2015) Indeterminate Growth: Could It Represent the Ancestral Condition? Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology
Wake MH. (2015) Fetal adaptations for viviparity in amphibians. Journal of Morphology. 276: 941-60
Donnelly MA, Wake MH. (2013) A new microcaecilia (Amphibia: Gymnophiona) from guyana with comments on epicrionops niger Copeia. 223-231
Wake MH. (2012) Morphology and herpetology: How and why they interact Journal of Herpetology. 46: 279-296
Vieites DR, Román SN, Wake MH, et al. (2011) A multigenic perspective on phylogenetic relationships in the largest family of salamanders, the Plethodontidae. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 59: 623-35
Wake DB, Wake MH, Specht CD. (2011) Homoplasy: from detecting pattern to determining process and mechanism of evolution. Science (New York, N.Y.). 331: 1032-5
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