Evolution di novembre

Volume 62 Issue 11 (November 2008) COMMENTARYWHY DOES A METHOD THAT FAILS CONTINUE TO BE USED? (p 2713-2717)L. Lacey KnowlesORIGINAL ARTICLESDETECTION OF “PUNCTUATED EQUILIBRIUM” BY BAYESIAN ESTIMATION OF SPECIATION AND EXTINCTION RATES, ANCESTRAL CHARACTER STATES, AND RATES OF ANAGENETIC AND CLADOGENETIC EVOLUTION ON A MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY (p 2718-2726)Folmer BokmaON PHYLOGENETIC TESTS OF IRREVERSIBLE EVOLUTION (p 2727-2741)Emma E. Goldberg, Boris IgićRAPID

Volume 62 Issue 11 (November 2008)


COMMENTARY
WHY DOES A METHOD THAT FAILS CONTINUE TO BE USED? (p 2713-2717)
L. Lacey Knowles

ORIGINAL ARTICLES
DETECTION OF “PUNCTUATED EQUILIBRIUM” BY BAYESIAN ESTIMATION OF SPECIATION AND EXTINCTION RATES, ANCESTRAL CHARACTER STATES, AND RATES OF ANAGENETIC AND CLADOGENETIC EVOLUTION ON A MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY (p 2718-2726)
Folmer Bokma

ON PHYLOGENETIC TESTS OF IRREVERSIBLE EVOLUTION (p 2727-2741)
Emma E. Goldberg, Boris Igić

RAPID COLOR EVOLUTION IN AN APOSEMATIC SPECIES: A PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF COLOR VARIATION IN THE STRIKINGLY POLYMORPHIC STRAWBERRY POISON-DART FROG (p 2742-2759)
Ian J. Wang, H. Bradley Shaffer

THE COMPLEX BIOGEOGRAPHIC HISTORY OF A WIDESPREAD TROPICAL TREE SPECIES (p 2760-2774)
Christopher W. Dick, Myriam Heuertz

LATITUDINAL VARIATION IN SUBSPECIFIC DIVERSIFICATION OF BIRDS (p 2775-2788)
Paul R. Martin, Joshua J. Tewksbury

COMPARING CLINES ON MOLECULAR AND PHENOTYPIC TRAITS IN HYBRID ZONES: A WINDOW ON TENSION ZONE MODELS (p 2789-2806)
Laurène Gay, Pierre-André Crochet, Douglas A. Bell, Thomas Lenormand

AFRICAN MORPHOLOGY, BEHAVIOR AND PHERMONES UNDERLIE INCIPIENT SEXUAL ISOLATION BETWEEN US AND CARIBBEAN DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER (p 2807-2828)
Roman Yukilevich, John R. True

SELECTION FOR CHARACTER DISPLACEMENT IS CONSTRAINED BY THE GENETIC ARCHITECTURE OF FLORAL TRAITS IN THE IVYLEAF MORNING GLORY (p 2829-2841)
Robin Ann Smith, Mark D. Rausher

CONSTRAINTS ON THE EVOLUTION OF TOLERANCE TO HERBICIDE IN THE COMMON MORNING GLORY: RESISTANCE AND TOLERANCE ARE MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE (p 2842-2854)
Regina S. Baucom, Rodney Mauricio

ON THE ADAPTIVE ACCURACY OF DIRECTIONAL ASYMMETRY IN INSECT WING SIZE (p 2855-2867)
Christophe Pélabon, Thomas F. Hansen

ENVIRONMENTAL NICHE EQUIVALENCY VERSUS CONSERVATISM: QUANTITATIVE APPROACHES TO NICHE EVOLUTION (p 2868-2883)
Dan L. Warren, Richard E. Glor, Michael Turelli

ENZYME ISOFORMS MAY INCREASE PHENOTYPIC ROBUSTNESS (p 2884-2893)
Maurizio Tomaiuolo, Richard Bertram, David Houle

COEVOLUTION BETWEEN ATTINE ANTS AND ACTINOMYCETE BACTERIA: A REEVALUATION (p 2894-2912)
Ulrich G. Mueller, Debadutta Dash, Christian Rabeling, Andre Rodrigues

EVOLUTIONARY IMPLICATIONS OF THE FORM OF PREDATOR GENERALIZATION FOR APOSEMATIC SIGNALS AND MIMICRY IN PREY (p 2913-2921)
Graeme D. Ruxton, Dan W. Franks, Alexandra C. V. Balogh, Olof Leimar

BRIEF COMMUNICATIONS
S-ALLELE DIVERSITY SUGGESTS NO MATE LIMITATION IN SMALL POPULATIONS OF A SELF-INCOMPATIBLE PLANT (p 2922-2928)
Rolf Holderegger, Raphael Häner, Daniela Csencsics, Sonia Angelone, Susan E. Hoebee

DOES GENETIC RELATEDNESS OF MATES INFLUENCE COMPETITIVE FERTILIZATION SUCCESS IN GUPPIES? (p 2929-2935)
Jonathan P. Evans, Robert C. Brooks, Susanne R. K. Zajitschek, Simon C. Griffith

AN EVOLUTIONARY EXPRESSED SEQUENCE TAG ANALYSIS OF DROSOPHILA SPERMATHECA GENES (p 2936-2947)
Adrianne Prokupek, Federico Hoffmann, Seong-il Eyun, Etsuko Moriyama, Min Zhou, Lawrence Harshman

BOOK REVIEW
SYNDACTYLUS PHYLOGENIES: THE ROLE OF GENE EXCHANGE IN ADAPTIVE EVOLUTION (p 2948-2950)
Michael J. Wade