Research Publications


2002 Publication list

Author/s

Title

Journal

     
Chapman M.A., Hogg I.D., Schnabel K.E., and Stevens M.I. Synonymy of the New Zealand corophiid amphipod genus, Chaetocorophium Karaman, 1979, with Paracorophium Stebbing, 1899: morphological and genetic evidence.  Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 32: 229-241.
     
Charteris, S.C. and Ritchie, P.A. Identification of galaxiid nests, emigrating larvae and whitebait, using mitochondrial DNA control region sequences.  New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 36: 789-795. 
     
Daugherty, C.H., and Allendorf, F.W. The numbers that really matter. Conservation Biology 16: 1-2.
     
Drake, D.R., Mulder, C.P.H., Towns, D.R., and Daugherty, C.H.  The biology of insularity: an introduction. Journal of Biogeography 29: 563-569.
     
Hare, K. and Daugherty, C.H. and Cree, A. Incubation regime affects juvenile morphology and hatching success, but not sex, of the oviparous lizard Oligosoma suteri (Lacertilia: Sscincidae). New Zealand Journal of Zoology 29: 221-229.
     
Herbert, J. and Daugherty, C.H. Genetic variation, systematics, and management of kiwi (Apteryx). Pp. 11-34 in: Some early 1990s studies in kiwi (Apteryx) genetics and management.  Science and Research Internal Report 191.  
     
Holland, B.R., Huber, K.T., Dress, A. and Moulton, V. Delta Plots: A Tool for Analyzing Phylogenetic Distance Data. Molecular Biology and Evolution 19:2051-2059.
     
Huber, K.T., Langton, M., Penny, D. Moulton, V and Hendy, M. SpectroNet: a package for computing spectra and median networks Applied BioInformatics 1: 159-161.
     
Jolly, J.N. and Daugherty, C.H. Comparison of little spotted kiwi (Apteryx owenii) from Kapiti and D’Urville Islands. Pp. 57–65 Some early 1990s studies in kiwi (Apteryx) genetics and management.  Science and Research Internal Report 191.  
     
Lambert, D.M., Ritchie, P.A., Millar, C.D., Holland, B., Drummond, A.J. and Baroni, C. Rates of Evolution in Ancient DNA from Adelie penguins.  Science 295: 2270-2773.
     
Lettink, M, Jamieson, I.G., Millar, C.D., and Lambert, D.M. Mating system and genetic variation in endangered New Zealand takahe. Conservation Genetics 3(4): 427-434.
     
Lin, Y.H., McLenachan, P.A., Gore, A.R., Phillips, M.J., Ota, R., Hendy, M.D. and David Penny Four New Mitochondrial Genomes and the Increased Stability of Evolutionary Trees of Mammals from Improved Taxon Sampling Molecular Biology and Evolution 19: 2060-2070.
     
Lin, Y-H., Waddell, P.J., and Penny, D. Pika and vole mitochondrial genomes increase support for both rodent monophyly and glires.  Gene 294: 119-129.
     
Markwell, T.J. and Daugherty, C.H. Invertebrate and lizard abundance is greater on seabird-inhabited islands than on seabird-free islands in the Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand. Ecoscience 9: 293-299.
     
Martin, W., Rujan, T., Richly, E., Hansen, A., Cornelsen, S., Lins, T., Leister, D., Stoebe, B., Hasegewa, M., and Penny, D. Evolutionary analysis of Arabidopsis, cyanobacterial, and chloroplast genomes reveals plastid phylogeny and thousands of cyanobacterial genes in the nucleus.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99:12246-122451.
     
Matisoo-Smith, E Something Old, Something New: Do Genetic Studies of Contemporary Populations Reliably Represent Prehistoric Populations of Pacific Rattus exulans.  Human Biology 74 (3): 489-496.
     
Miller, H.C., Lambert, D.M., Millar, C.D., Robertson, B.C., and Minot. E.O. Minisatellite DNA profiling detects lineages and parentage in the endangered kakapo (Strigops habroptilus) despite low microsatellite DNA variation.  Conservation Genetics 3: 427-434.
     
Nelson, N.J. Implications of global warming for tuatara conservation.   2002 Annual Report of the Center for Reproduction of Endangered Species, Zoological Society of San Diego
     
Nelson, N.J., Keall, S. N., Brown, B., and Daugherty, C. H. Establishing a new wild population of tuatara (Sphenodon guntheri).  Conservation Biology Vol. 16, No. 4: 887-894
     
Nelson, N.J., Keall, S. N., Pledger, S., and Daugherty, C. H Male-biased sex ratio in a small tuatara population. Journal of Biogeography 29: 633-640. 
     
Penny, D., Murray-McIntosh, R. and Harrison, G.L. Estimating the number of females in the founding population of New Zealand:Analysis of mtDNA variation. Journal of the Polynesian Society 111:207-221.
     
Poole, A.M., Derek T. Logan, D.T., and Britt-Marie Sjoberg, B. The Evolution of the Ribonucleotide Reductases: Much Ado About Oxygen. Journal of Molecular Evolution 55:180-196
     
Roeder, A., Ritchie, P.A. and Lambert, D.M. New DNA markers for penguins Conservation Genetics (3): 341-344.
     
Semple, C. and Steel, M. A characterisation for a set of partial partitions to define an X-tree. Discrete Mathematics 247: 169-186.
     
Semple, C. and Steel, M. Tree reconstruction from multi-state characters Adv. Appl. Math. 28(2): 169-184.
     
Sober, E. and Steel, M.  Testing the hypothesis of common ancestry.  J. Theor. Biol. 218: 395-408
     
Spencer, H.G. The correlation between relatives on the supposition of genomic imprinting. Genetics 161: 411-417.
     
Steel, M.  statistical aspects of the maximum parsimony method. In Molecular Systematics and Evolution. Some: Theory and Practice (Ed. R. DeSalle, G. Giribet, W. Wheeler). 125-140, Birkhauser
     
Steel, M. and Szekely, L.A Inverting random functions (II): explicit bounds for discrete maximum likelihood estimation, with applications, SIAM J. Discr. Math. 15(4): 562-575.
     
Stevens M.I., and Hogg, I.D. Expanded distributional records of Collembola and Acari in southern Victoria Land, Antarctica.   Pedobiologia 46: 485-496.
     
Stevens, M..I, Hogg, I.D., and Chapman, M.A. Corophiid amphipods in Tauranga Harbour, New Zealand: evidence of an Australian crustacean invader. Hydrobiologia 474: 147-154.
     
Stockler, K., Daniel, I.L. and Lockhart, P.J. Zealand Kauri (Agathis australis (D.Ddon) Lindl., Araucariaceae) Survives Oligocene Drowning. New. Syst. Biol. 51(5): 827-832.
     
Sultan, S.E. and Spencer, H.G. Metapopulation structure favors plasticity over local adaptation. American Naturalist 160: 271-283.
     
Towns, D.R., Daugherty, C.H., Drake, D.R. and Mulder, C.P.H. eds. Island Biotas. A special issue of the Journal of Biogeography. Invited papers from the conference on The Ecology of Insular Biotas, held at Victoria University of Wellington, February 2001. Journal of Biogeography.
     
Trewick, S. A., Morgan-Richards, M., Henderson, S., Pinter, I., Russell, S. J., Barrett, J. A., Gibby, M. and Vogel, J. C Polyploidy, phylogeography and Pleistocene refugia of the rockfern Asplenium ceterach: evidence from cpDNA. Molecuular Ecology 11: 2003-2012.
     
Tutt, K., Daugherty, C.H. and Gibbs, G.W. Differential life-history characteristics of male and female Peripatoides novaezealandiae (Onychophora: Peripatopsidae).  Journal of Zoology, London 258: 257–267.
     
Weisstein, A.E., Feldman, M.W. and Spencer, H.G. Evolutionary genetic models of the ovarian time bomb hypothesis for the evolution of genomic imprinting Genetics 162: 425-439.
     
Winkworth, R.C., Grau, J., Robertson, A.W. and Lockhart, P.J The origins and evolution of the genus Myosotis L. (Boraginaceae).  The Academic Press: Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 24: 180-193.
     
Winkworth, R.C., Wagstaff, S.J., Glenny, D., and Lockart, P.J. Plant dispersal N.E.W.S New Zealand. Trends in Ecology and Evolution.