James E. Tarver, Phd

School of Earth Sciences University of Bristol, Bristol, England, United Kingdom 
"James Tarver"
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Bråte J, Neumann RS, Fromm B, et al. (2018) Unicellular Origin of the Animal MicroRNA Machinery. Current Biology : Cb
Tarver JE, Taylor RS, Puttick MN, et al. (2018) Well-annotated microRNAomes do not evidence pervasive miRNA loss. Genome Biology and Evolution
Puttick MN, O'Reilly JE, Oakley D, et al. (2017) Parsimony and maximum-likelihood phylogenetic analyses of morphology do not generally integrate uncertainty in inferring evolutionary history: a response to Brown et al. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 284
Puttick MN, O'Reilly JE, Tanner AR, et al. (2017) Uncertain-tree: discriminating among competing approaches to the phylogenetic analysis of phenotype data. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 284
Taylor RS, Tarver JE, Foroozani A, et al. (2017) MicroRNA annotation of plant genomes - Do it right or not at all. Bioessays : News and Reviews in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
O'Reilly JE, Puttick MN, Parry L, et al. (2016) Bayesian methods outperform parsimony but at the expense of precision in the estimation of phylogeny from discrete morphological data. Biology Letters. 12
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
Patalano S, Vlasova A, Wyatt C, et al. (2015) Molecular signatures of plastic phenotypes in two eusocial insect species with simple societies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112: 13970-5
Fromm B, Billipp T, Peck LE, et al. (2015) A Uniform System for the Annotation of Vertebrate microRNA Genes and the Evolution of the Human microRNAome. Annual Review of Genetics
Tarver JE, Cormier A, Pinzón N, et al. (2015) microRNAs and the evolution of complex multicellularity: identification of a large, diverse complement of microRNAs in the brown alga Ectocarpus. Nucleic Acids Research. 43: 6384-98
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