Monthly Archives: January 2012

Is your phylogeny informative?

(crossposted from my lab notebook) Yesterday my paper appeared in early view in Evolution,1 so I’d like to take this chance to share the back-story and highlight my own view on some of our findings, and the associated package on … Continue reading

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SICB 2012, Charleston, SC

Tomorrow some of the lab will be traveling to Charleston, South Carolina for the annual Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology meeting. Several of us are presenting on various topics including the feeding kinematics of zooplanktivores, functional morphology of sticklebacks,  … Continue reading

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