Scott J. Steppan

Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, United States 
phylogenetics, evolutionary biology
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Bruce D. Patterson grad student 1990-1995 Chicago


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Kenneth P. Wray grad student Florida State
William J. Cooper grad student 1998-2000 Florida State
Jill A. Holliday grad student 1999-2007 Florida State
Neil C. Aschliman grad student 2005-2011 Florida State
Bader H. Alhajeri grad student 2014 Florida State
Kevin C. Rowe post-doc 2005-2006 Florida State
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Schenk JJ, Steppan SJ. (2018) The Role of Geography in Adaptive Radiation. The American Naturalist. 192: 415-431
Steppan SJ, Schenk JJ. (2017) Muroid rodent phylogenetics: 900-species tree reveals increasing diversification rates. Plos One. 12: e0183070
Alhajeri BH, Steppan SJ. (2016) Association between climate and body size in rodents: A phylogenetic test of Bergmann's rule Mammalian Biology. 81: 219-225
Gingerich TJ, Stumpo DJ, Lai WS, et al. (2015) Emergence and evolution of Zfp36l3. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
Herrera ND, Ter Poorten JJ, Bieler R, et al. (2015) Molecular phylogenetics and historical biogeography amid shifting continents in the cockles and giant clams (Bivalvia: Cardiidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 93: 94-106
Alhajeri BH, Hunt OJ, Steppan SJ. (2015) Molecular systematics of gerbils and deomyines (Rodentia: Gerbillinae, Deomyinae) and a test of desert adaptation in the tympanic bulla Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research
Justiniano R, Schenk JJ, Balete DS, et al. (2015) Testing diversification models of endemic Philippine forest mice (Apomys) with nuclear phylogenies across elevational gradients reveals repeated colonization of isolated mountain ranges Journal of Biogeography. 42: 51-64
Alhajeri BH, Schenk JJ, Steppan SJ. (2015) Ecomorphological diversification following continental colonization in muroid rodents (Rodentia: Muroidea) Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
Heaney LR, Balete DS, Veluz MJ, et al. (2014) Two new species of Philippine forest mice (Apomys, Muridae, Rodentia) from Lubang and Luzon Islands, with a redescription of Apomys sacobianus Johnson, 1962 Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 126: 395-413
Schenk JJ, Rowe KC, Steppan SJ. (2013) Ecological opportunity and incumbency in the diversification of repeated continental colonizations by muroid rodents. Systematic Biology. 62: 837-64
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