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    1. Baker, RH; Wilkinson, GS; DeSalle, R
      Phylogenetic utility of different types of molecular data used to infer evolutionary relationships among stalk-eyed flies (Diopsidae)

      SYSTEMATIC BIOLOGY
    2. Amador, A; Papaceit, M; Juan, E
      Evolutionary change in the structure of the regulatory region that drives tissue and temporally regulated expression of alcohol dehydrogenase gene inDrosophila funebris

      INSECT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    3. Monti, L; Baylac, M; Lalanne-Cassou, B
      Elliptic Fourier analysis of the form of genitalia in two Spodoptera species and their hybrids (Lepidoptera : Noctuidae)

      BIOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
    4. Emerson, BC; Oromi, P; Hewitt, GM
      Tracking colonization and diversification of insect lineages on islands: mitochondrial DNA phylogeography of Tarphius canariensis (Coleoptera : Colydiidae) on the Canary Islands

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    5. Meier, R; Hilger, S
      On the egg morphology and phylogenetic relationships of Diopsidae (Diptera: Schizophora)

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGICAL SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTIONARY RESEARCH
    6. Andolfatto, P; Przeworski, M
      A genome-wide departure from the standard neutral model in natural populations of Drosophila

      GENETICS
    7. Hollocher, H; Hatcher, JL; Dyreson, EG
      Genetic and developmental analysis of abdominal pigmentation differences across species in the Drosophila dunni subgroup

      EVOLUTION
    8. Boake, CRB
      Flying apart: Mating behavior and speciation

      BIOSCIENCE
    9. Kwiatowski, J; Ayala, FJ
      Phylogeny of Drosophila and related genera: Conflict between molecular andanatomical analyses

      MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS AND EVOLUTION
    10. Emerson, BC; Oromi, P; Hewitt, GM
      MtDNA phylogeography and recent intra-island diversification among Canary Island Calathus beetles

      MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS AND EVOLUTION
    11. Tringali, MD; Bert, TM; Seyoum, S; Bermingham, E; Bartolacci, D
      Molecular phylogenetics and ecological diversification of the transisthmian fish genus Centropomus (Perciformes : Centropomidae)

      MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS AND EVOLUTION
    12. Kalantzi-Makri, MC; Trougakos, IP; Tafas, TP; Sourdis, J; Margaritis, LH
      Phylogenetic and taxonomical relationships of the eight species in the melanogaster subgroup of the genus Drosophila (Sophophora) based on the electrophoretic mobility of the major chorion proteins and the eggshell ultrastructure

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    13. Amador, A; Juan, E
      Nonfixed duplication containing the Adh gene and a truncated form of the Adhr gene in the Drosophila funebris species group: Different modes of evolution of Adh relative to Adhr in Drosophila

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    14. Questiau, S
      How can sexual selection promote population divergence?

      ETHOLOGY ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    15. Bonduriansky, R; Brooks, RJ
      Why do male antler flies (Protopiophila litigata) fight? The role of male combat in the structure of mating aggregations on moose antlers

      ETHOLOGY ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    16. Piano, F; Parisi, MJ; Karess, R; Kambysellis, MP
      Evidence for redundancy but not trans factor-cis element coevolution in the regulation of Drosophila Yp genes

      GENETICS
    17. Biemont, C; Cizeron, G
      Distribution of transposable elements in Drosophila species

      GENETICA
    18. Norry, FM; Calcagno, G; Vera, MT; Manso, F; Vilardi, JC
      Sexual selection on male morphology-independent of male-mlale competition in the Mediterranean fruit flp (Diptera : Tephritidae)

      ANNALS OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    19. TROUGAKOS IP; MARGARITIS LH
      THE FORMATION OF THE FUNCTIONAL CHORION STRUCTURE OF DROSOPHILA-VIRILIS INVOLVES INTERCALATION OF THE MIDDLE AND LATE MAJOR CHORION PROTEINS INTO A SCAFFOLD FORMED BY THE EARLY CHORION PROTEINS - A GENERAL-MODEL FOR CHORION ASSEMBLY IN DROSOPHILIDAE

      Journal of structural biology (Print)
    20. MCKENZIE RW; BRENNAN MD
      CIS-ACTING SEQUENCES CONTRIBUTING TO EXPRESSION OF THE DROSOPHILA-AFFINIDISJUNCTA ADH GENE IN BOTH LARVAE AND ADULTS

      Insect biochemistry and molecular biology
    21. COYNE JA; ORR HA
      THE EVOLUTIONARY GENETICS OF SPECIATION

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    22. FLEISCHER RC; MCINTOSH CE; TARR CL
      EVOLUTION ON A VOLCANIC CONVEYOR BELT - USING PHYLOGEOGRAPHIC RECONSTRUCTIONS AND K-AR-BASED AGES OF THE HAWAIIAN-ISLANDS TO ESTIMATE MOLECULAR EVOLUTIONARY RATES

      Molecular ecology
    23. Trut, LN
      The evolutionary concept of destabilizing selection: status quo

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL BREEDING AND GENETICS-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR TIERZUCHTUNG UND ZUCHTUNGSBIOLOGIE
    24. DRONEY DC; HOCK MB
      MALE SEXUAL SIGNALS AND FEMALE CHOICE IN DROSOPHILA-GRIMSHAWI (DIPTERA, DROSOPHILIDAE)

      Journal of insect behavior
    25. Whitfield, JB; Cameron, SA
      Hierarchical analysis of variation in the mitochondrial 16S rRNA gene among hymenoptera

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    26. ASPI J; HOFFMANN AA
      FEMALE ENCOUNTER RATES AND FIGHTING COSTS OF MALES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH LEK SIZE IN DROSOPHILA-MYCETOPHAGA

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    27. MCKENZIE RW; BRENNAN MD
      CIS-ACTING SEQUENCES CONTROLLING THE ADULT-SPECIFIC TRANSCRIPTION PATTERN OF THE DROSOPHILA-AFFINIDISJUNCTA ADH GENE

      Developmental genetics
    28. COHEN J
      PHOSPHORYLATION POLYMORPHISM IN THE YOLK PROTEIN-2 OF DROSOPHILA-HAWAIIENSIS

      Journal of insect physiology
    29. BOAKE CRB; PRICE DK; ANDREADIS DK
      INHERITANCE OF BEHAVIORAL-DIFFERENCES BETWEEN 2 INTERFERTILE, SYMPATRIC SPECIES, DROSOPHILA-SILVESTRIS AND DROSOPHILA-HETERONEURA

      Heredity
    30. Mitrofanov, VG; Sidorova, NV; Grigor'eva, GA; Falileeva, NI
      Genetic control of isolating mechanisms in the genus Drosophila

      GENETIKA
    31. Bonduriansky, R; Brooks, RJ
      Male antler flies (Protopiophila litigata; Diptera : Piophilidae) are moreselective than females in mate choice

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    32. GAVRILETS S; BOAKE CRB
      ON THE EVOLUTION OF PREMATING ISOLATION AFTER A FOUNDER EVENT

      The American naturalist
    33. BAKER RH; DESALLE R
      MULTIPLE SOURCES OF CHARACTER INFORMATION AND THE PHYLOGENY OF HAWAIIAN DROSOPHILIDS

      Systematic biology
    34. HOIKKALA A; KANESHIRO KY
      VARIATION IN MALE WING SONG CHARACTERS IN DROSOPHILA-PLANTIBIA (HAWAIIAN PICTURE-WINGED DROSOPHILA GROUP)

      Journal of insect behavior
    35. JUAN C; OROMI P; HEWITT GM
      MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY OF DARKLING BEETLES FROM THE CANARY-ISLANDS - COMPARISON OF INTER ISLAND COLONIZATION PATTERNS IN 2 GENERA

      Biochemical systematics and ecology
    36. DALL SRX
      BEHAVIOR AND SPECIATION

      Trends in ecology & evolution
    37. YOSHIMURA J; STARMER WT
      SPECIATION AND EVOLUTIONARY DYNAMICS OF ASYMMETRIC MATING PREFERENCE

      Researches on population ecology
    38. BOAKE CRB; DEANGELIS MP; ANDREADIS DK
      IS SEXUAL SELECTION AND SPECIES RECOGNITION A CONTINUUM - MATING-BEHAVIOR OF THE STALK-EYED FLY DROSOPHILA-HETERONEURA

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    39. HIRAI Y; KIMURA MT
      INCIPIENT REPRODUCTIVE ISOLATION BETWEEN 2 MORPHS OF DROSOPHILA-ELEGANS (DIPTERA, DROSOPHILIDAE)

      Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
    40. TURELLI M; BEGUN DJ
      HALDANES RULE AND X-CHROMOSOME SIZE IN DROSOPHILA

      Genetics
    41. FRASER I; BOAKE CRB
      BEHAVIORAL ISOLATION, TEST DESIGNS, AND KANESHIROS-HYPOTHESIS

      The American naturalist
    42. CLUTTONBROCK TH; MCCOMB KE; DEUTSCH JC
      MULTIPLE FACTORS AFFECT THE DISTRIBUTION OF FEMALES IN LEK-BREEDING UNGULATES - A REJOINDER

      Behavioral ecology
    43. HOLLOCHER H
      ISLAND HOPPING IN DROSOPHILA - PATTERNS AND PROCESSES

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    44. BARTON NH
      NATURAL-SELECTION AND RANDOM GENETIC DRIFT AS CAUSES OF EVOLUTION ON ISLANDS

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    45. ROSSI MS; BARRIO E; LATORRE A; QUEZADADIAZ JE; HASSON E; MOYA A; FONTDEVILA A
      THE EVOLUTIONARY HISTORY OF DROSOPHILA-BUZZATII .30. MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA POLYMORPHISM IN ORIGINAL AND COLONIZING POPULATIONS

      Molecular biology and evolution
    46. BRENNAN MD; THORPE PA; HU J; DICKINSON WJ
      MOLECULAR-ORGANIZATION OF THE ALCOHOL-DEHYDROGENASE LOCI OF DROSOPHILA-GRIMSHAWI AND DROSOPHILA-HAWAIIENSIS

      Gene
    47. BROWER AVZ; DESALLE R; VOGLER A
      GENE TREES, SPECIES TREES, AND SYSTEMATICS - A CLADISTIC PERSPECTIVE

      Annual review of ecology and systematics
    48. HO KF; CRADDOCK EM; PIANO F; KAMBYSELLIS MP
      PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF DNA LENGTH MUTATIONS IN A REPETITIVE REGION OF THE HAWAIIAN DROSOPHILA YOLK PROTEIN GENE YP2

      Journal of molecular evolution
    49. JUAN C; IBRAHIM KM; OROMI P; HEWITT GM
      MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA SEQUENCE VARIATION AND PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF PIMELIA DARKLING BEETLES ON THE ISLAND OF TENERIFE (CANARY-ISLANDS)

      Heredity
    50. AVANCINI RMP; WALDEN KKO; ROBERTSON HM
      THE GENOMES OF MOST ANIMALS HAVE MULTIPLE MEMBERS OF THE TC1 FAMILY OF TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENTS

      Genetica
    51. BROWER AVZ
      PARALLEL RACE FORMATION AND THE EVOLUTION OF MIMICRY IN HELICONIUS BUTTERFLIES - A PHYLOGENETIC HYPOTHESIS FROM MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA SEQUENCES

      Evolution
    52. AZEREDOESPIN AML; SCHRODER RFW; RODERICK GK; SHEPPARD WS
      INTRASPECIFIC MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA VARIATION IN THE COLORADO POTATO BEETLE, LEPTINOTARSA-DECEMLINEATA (COLEOPTERA, CHRYSOMELIDAE)

      Biochemical genetics
    53. DOUZERY E; LEBRETON JD; CATZEFLIS FM
      TESTING THE GENERATION TIME HYPOTHESIS USING DNA DNA HYBRIDIZATION BETWEEN ARTIODACTYLS/

      Journal of evolutionary biology
    54. JUAN C; OROMI P; HEWITT GM
      MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA PHYLOGENY AND SEQUENTIAL COLONIZATION OF CANARY-ISLANDS BY DARKLING BEETLES OF THE GENUS PIMELIA (TENEBRIONIDAE)

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    55. SACKERSON C
      PATTERNS OF CONSERVATION AND DIVERGENCE AT THE EVEN-SKIPPED LOCUS OF DROSOPHILA

      Mechanisms of development
    56. PRICE DK; BOAKE CRB
      BEHAVIORAL REPRODUCTIVE ISOLATION IN DROSOPHILA-SILVESTRIS, D-HETERONEURA, AND THEIR F1 HYBRIDS (DIPTERA, DROSOPHILIDAE)

      Journal of insect behavior
    57. RUSSO CAM; TAKEZAKI N; NEI M
      MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY AND DIVERGENCE TIMES OF DROSOPHILID SPECIES

      Molecular biology and evolution
    58. ASPI J; HOFFMANN AA
      DISTRIBUTION AND SPACING OF DROSOPHILA-MYCETOPHAGA FLIES ON BRACKET FUNGI USED AS MATING ARENAS

      Ecological entomology
    59. ROBERTSON HM; LAMPE DJ
      DISTRIBUTION OF TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENTS IN ARTHROPODS

      Annual review of entomology
    60. MATSUOKA M
      THE GENE FOR PYRUVATE, ORTHOPHOSPHATE DIKINASE IN C4 PLANTS - STRUCTURE, REGULATION AND EVOLUTION

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    61. DORIT RL; AYALA FJ
      ADH EVOLUTION AND THE PHYLOGENETIC FOOTPRINT

      Journal of molecular evolution
    62. HU J; QAZZAZ H; BRENNAN MD
      A TRANSCRIPTIONAL ROLE FOR CONSERVED FOOTPRINTING SEQUENCES WITHIN THE LARVAL PROMOTER OF A DROSOPHILA ALCOHOL-DEHYDROGENASE GENE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    63. ROBERTSON HM
      THE TC1-MARINER SUPERFAMILY OF TRANSPOSONS IN ANIMALS

      Journal of insect physiology
    64. MERRIMAN PJ; GRIMES CD; AMBROZIAK J; HACKETT DA; SKINNER P; SIMMONS MJ
      S-ELEMENTS - A FAMILY OF TC1-LIKE TRANSPOSONS IN THE GENOME OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Genetics
    65. BOAKE CRB; HOIKKALA A
      COURTSHIP BEHAVIOR AND MATING SUCCESS OF WILD-CAUGHT DROSOPHILA-SILVESTRIS MALES

      Animal behaviour
    66. MATSUOKA M; KYOZUKA J; SHIMAMOTO K; KANOMURAKAMI Y
      THE PROMOTERS OF 2 CARBOXYLASES IN A C-4 PLANT (MAIZE) DIRECT CELL-SPECIFIC, LIGHT-REGULATED EXPRESSION IN A C-3 PLANT (RICE)

      Plant journal
    67. JEFFS PS; HOLMES EC; ASHBURNER M
      THE MOLECULAR EVOLUTION OF THE ALCOHOL-DEHYDROGENASE AND ALCOHOL DEHYDROGENASE-RELATED GENES IN THE DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER SPECIES SUBGROUP

      Molecular biology and evolution
    68. MCKENZIE RW; HU J; BRENNAN MD
      REDUNDANT CIS-ACTING ELEMENTS CONTROL EXPRESSION OF THE DROSOPHILA-AFFINIDISJUNCTA ADH GENE IN THE LARVAL FAT-BODY

      Nucleic acids research
    69. YOSHIMURA J; CLARK CW
      POPULATION-DYNAMICS OF SEXUAL AND RESOURCE COMPETITION

      Theoretical population biology
    70. CARSON HL; VAL FC; TEMPLETON AR
      CHANGE IN MALE SECONDARY SEXUAL CHARACTERS IN ARTIFICIAL INTERSPECIFIC HYBRID POPULATIONS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    71. REINHOLD K
      INHERITANCE OF BODY AND TESTIS SIZE IN THE BUSH-CRICKET POECILIMON-VELUCHIANUS RAMME (ORTHOPTERA, TETTIGONIIDAE) EXAMINED BY MEANS OF SUBSPECIES HYBRIDS

      Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
    72. JUAN E; PAPACEIT M; QUINTANA A
      NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF THE GENOMIC REGION ENCOMPASSING ADH AND ADH-DUP GENES OF D-LEBANONENSIS (SCAPTODROSOPHILA) - GENE-EXPRESSION AND EVOLUTIONARY RELATIONSHIPS

      Journal of molecular evolution
    73. YOON CK; AQUADRO CF
      MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA VARIATION AMONG THE DROSOPHILA ATHABASCA-SEMISPECIES AND DROSOPHILA-AFFINIS

      The Journal of heredity
    74. DOMEIER ML
      SPECIATION IN THE SERRANID FISH HYPOPLECTRUS

      Bulletin of marine science
    75. HOIKKALA A; KANESHIRO KY; HOY RR
      COURTSHIP SONGS OF THE PICTURE-WINGED DROSOPHILA-PLANITIBIA SUBGROUP SPECIES

      Animal behaviour
    76. DESALLE R; GRIMALDI D
      PHYLOGENETIC PATTERN AND DEVELOPMENTAL PROCESS IN DROSOPHILA

      Systematic biology
    77. BECKENBACH AT; WEI YW; LIU H
      RELATIONSHIPS IN THE DROSOPHILA-OBSCURA SPECIES GROUP, INFERRED FROM MITOCHONDRIAL CYTOCHROME OXIDASE-II SEQUENCES

      Molecular biology and evolution
    78. GEER BW; HEINSTRA PWH; MCKECHNIE SW
      THE BIOLOGICAL BASIS OF ETHANOL TOLERANCE IN DROSOPHILA

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry
    79. HOIKKALA A; KANESHIRO K
      CHANGE IN THE SIGNAL RESPONSE SEQUENCE RESPONSIBLE FOR ASYMMETRIC ISOLATION BETWEEN DROSOPHILA-PLANITIBIA AND DROSOPHILA-SILVESTRIS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    80. OHTA T
      AMINO-ACID SUBSTITUTION AT THE ADH LOCUS OF DROSOPHILA IS FACILITATEDBY SMALL POPULATION-SIZE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    81. WU CY; BRENNAN MD
      SIMILAR TISSUE-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF THE ADH-GENES FROM DIFFERENT DROSOPHILA SPECIES IS MEDIATED BY DISTINCT ARRANGEMENTS OF CIS-ACTING SEQUENCES

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    82. THORPE PA; LOYE J; ROTE CA; DICKINSON WJ
      EVOLUTION OF REGULATORY GENES AND PATTERNS - RELATIONSHIPS TO EVOLUTIONARY RATES AND TO METABOLIC FUNCTIONS

      Journal of molecular evolution
    83. TRUT LN
      IS SELECTION ALTERNATIVE OR COMPLEMENTARY TO VARIABILITY

      Genetika
    84. GALIANA A; MOYA A; AYALA FJ
      FOUNDER-FLUSH SPECIATION IN DROSOPHILA-PSEUDOOBSCURA - A LARGE-SCALE EXPERIMENT

      Evolution
    85. SIMON C; MCINTOSH C; DENIEGA J
      STANDARD RESTRICTION FRAGMENT LENGTH ANALYSIS OF THE MITOCHONDRIAL GENOME IS NOT SENSITIVE ENOUGH FOR PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OR IDENTIFICATION OF 17-YEAR PERIODICAL CICADA BROODS (HEMIPTERA, CICADIDAE) - THE POTENTIAL FOR A NEW TECHNIQUE

      Annals of the Entomological Society of America
    86. HARD JJ; BRADSHAW WE; HOLZAPFEL CM
      THE GENETIC-BASIS OF PHOTOPERIODISM AND ITS EVOLUTIONARY DIVERGENCE AMONG POPULATIONS OF THE PITCHER-PLANT MOSQUITO, WYEOMYIA-SMITHII

      The American naturalist


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