Allan Baker

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Systematic Biology, Zoology Biology, Genetics, Molecular Biology
"Allan Baker"
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Cloutier A, Sackton TB, Grayson P, et al. (2019) Whole-Genome Analyses Resolve the Phylogeny of Flightless Birds (Palaeognathae) in the Presence of an Empirical Anomaly Zone. Systematic Biology
Sackton TB, Grayson P, Cloutier A, et al. (2019) Convergent regulatory evolution and loss of flight in paleognathous birds. Science (New York, N.Y.). 364: 74-78
Tizard J, Patel S, Waugh J, et al. (2019) DNA barcoding a unique avifauna: an important tool for evolution, systematics and conservation. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 19: 52
Murray GGR, Soares AER, Novak BJ, et al. (2017) Natural selection shaped the rise and fall of passenger pigeon genomic diversity. Science (New York, N.Y.). 358: 951-954
Edwards SV, Cloutier A, Baker AJ. (2017) Conserved Non-exonic Elements: A Novel Class of Marker for Phylogenomics. Systematic Biology
Weir JT, Haddrath O, Robertson HA, et al. (2016) Explosive ice age diversification of kiwi. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Baker AJ, Haddrath O, McPherson JD, et al. (2014) Genomic support for a moa-tinamou clade and adaptive morphological convergence in flightless ratites. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 31: 1686-96
Kerr KCR, Cloutier A, Baker AJ. (2014) One hundred new universal exonic markers for birds developed from a genomic pipeline Journal of Ornithology. 155: 561-569
Marshall HD, Baker AJ, Grant AR. (2013) Complete mitochondrial genomes from four subspecies of common chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs): new inferences about mitochondrial rate heterogeneity, neutral theory, and phylogenetic relationships within the order Passeriformes. Gene. 517: 37-45
Haddrath O, Baker AJ. (2012) Multiple nuclear genes and retroposons support vicariance and dispersal of the palaeognaths, and an Early Cretaceous origin of modern birds. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 279: 4617-25
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