Publications

BOOKS AND EDITED VOLUMES

1)  Avise, J.C.  1994.  Molecular Markers, Natural History, and Evolution.  Chapman & Hall, New York (511 pp.).

2)  Avise, J.C. and J.L. Hamrick (eds.).  1996.  Conservation Genetics:  Case Histories from Nature. Chapman & Hall, New York (512 pp.).

3)  Avise, J.C.  1998.  The Genetic Gods:  Evolution and Belief in Human Affairs. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA. (279 pp.).  [also translated and published in Portuguese in 2000, and in Indonesian in 2007]

4)  Avise, J.C.  2000.  Phylogeography:  The History and Formation of Species. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA. (447 pp.).[also translated and published in Japanese in 2008]

5)  Avise, J.C. (ed.).  2001. DNA-based Profiling of Mating Systems and Reproductive Behaviors in Poikilothermic Vertebrates. Proceedings of the American Genetic Association Presidential Symposium.  Journal of Heredity, Special Issue (112 pp.).

6)  Avise, J.C.  2001.  Captivating Life:  A Naturalist in the Age of Genetics.  Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. (212 pp.).

7)  Avise, J.C.  2002.  Genetics in the Wild. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. (248 pp.).  [the book is now with Random House Publishers]

8)  Avise, J.C.  2004.  The Hope, Hype, and Reality of Genetic Engineering. Oxford University Press, New York (242 pp.)

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9)  Avise, J.C.  2004.  Molecular Markers, Natural History, and Evolution (Second Edition).  Sinauer, Sunderland, MA. (684 pp.).  [also translated and published in Polish in 2008]

10)  Avise, J.C.  2006.  Evolutionary Pathways in Nature: A Phylogenetic Approach.  Cambridge University Press, New York (286 pp.).

11)  Avise, J.C.  2007.  A Field Guide to Little Known Genetically Engineered Organisms. Pensoft, Sofia, Bulgaria and BainBridgeBooks, Philadelphia, PA. (107 pp.).

12)  Avise, J.C.  2007.  On Evolution. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD. (186 pp.).

13)  Avise, J.C. and F.J. Ayala (eds.).  2007.  In the Light of Evolution, Volume I. Adaptation and Complex Design. The National Academies Press, Washington, D.C. (360 pp.).

14)  Avise, J.C., S.P. Hubbell, and F.J. Ayala (eds.).  2008.  In the Light of Evolution, Volume II. Biodiversity and Extinction.  The National Academies Press, Washington, D.C. (414 pp.).

15)  Avise, J.C.  2008.  Clonality:  The Genetics, Ecology, and Evolution of Sexual Abstinence in Vertebrate Animals.  Oxford University Press, New York (237 pp.).  

16)  Avise, J.C. and F.J. Ayala (eds.).  2009.  In the Light of Evolution, Volume III. Two Centuries of Darwin.  The National Academies Press, Washington, D.C. (414 pp.).

17)  Avise, J.C.  2010.  Inside the Human Genome: A Case for Non-intelligent Design.  Oxford University Press, New York (222 pp.).

18)  Avise, J.C. and F.J. Ayala (eds.).  2010.  In the Light of Evolution, Volume IV. The Human Condition. The National Academies Press, Washington, D.C. (411 pp.).

 

19)  Avise, J.C. (ed.).  2010.  Molecular Ecology and Evolution: the Organismal Side. World Scientific Publishing, Singapore (561 pp.).

20)  Avise, J.C.  2011.  Hermaphroditism: A Primer on the  Biology, Ecology, and Evolution of Dual Sexuality. Columbia University Press, New York (232 pp.).

21)  Strassmann, E., D.C. Queller, J.C. Avise, and F.J. Ayala (eds.).  2011.  In the Light of Evolution, Volume V. Cooperation and Conflict.  The National Academies Press, Washington, D.C. (449 pp.).

 

22)  Streidter, G., J.C. Avise, and F.J. Ayala. 2012. In the Light of Evolution, Volume VI. Brain and Behavior.  The National Academies Press, Washington, D.C. (412 pp).

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23)  Avise, J.C. 2013. Evolutionary Perspectives on Pregnancy.  Columbia University Press, New York (346 pp.).

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24)  Cela-Conde, C.J., R.G. Lombardo, J.C. Avise, and F.J. Ayala (eds.). 2014. In the Light of Evolution, Volume VII. The Human Mental Machinery.  The National Academies Press, Washington, D. C. (378 pp.).

 

 

25)  Ayala, F.J. and J.C. Avise (eds.). 2014. Essential Readings in Evolutionary Biology. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD. (547 pp.).

 

 

26)  Avise, J.C. 2014. Conceptual Breakthroughs in Evolutionary Genetics: A Brief History of Shifting Paradigms. Elsevier, New York (164 pp.).

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27) Skyrms, B., J.C. Avise, and F.J. Ayala. 1014.  In the Light of Evolution VIII. Darwinian Thinking in the Social Sciences.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Volume 111, Supplement  (115 pp.).

 

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES

1)  Avise, J.C. and R.K. Selander.  1972.  Evolutionary genetics of  cave-dwelling fishes of the genus AstyanaxEvolution 26:1-19.  pdf

2)  Avise, J.C. and G.B. Kitto.  1973.  Phosphoglucose isomerase gene duplication in the bony fishes:  an evolutionary history.  Biochemical Genetics 8:113-132.  pdf

3)  Avise, J.C. and M.H. Smith.  1974.  Biochemical genetics of sunfish I.  Geographic variation and subspecific intergradation in the bluegill, Lepomis macrochirusEvolution 28:42-56.  pdf

4)  Avise, J.C. and M.H. Smith.  1974.  Biochemical genetics of sunfish II.  Genic similarity between hybridizing species.  American Naturalist 108:458-472.  pdf

5)  Avise, J.C., M.H. Smith, R.K. Selander, T.E. Lawlor, and P.R. Ramsey.  1974.  Biochemical polymorphism and systematics in the genus Peromyscus.  V.  Insular and mainland species of the subgenus HaplomylomysSystematic Zoology 23:226-238.  pdf

6)  Avise, J.C., M.H. Smith, and R.K. Selander.  1974.  Biochemical polymorphism and systematics in the genus Peromyscus.  VI. Systematic relationships in the boylii species group.  Journal of Mammalogy 55:751-763.  pdf

7)  Avise, J.C.  1974.  Systematic value of electrophoretic data.  Systematic Zoology 23:465-481.  pdf

8)  Yardley, D., J.C. Avise, J.W. Gibbons, and M.H. Smith.  1974.  Biochemical genetics of sunfish III.  Genetic subdivision of fish populations inhabiting heated waters.  Pp. 255-263 in: Thermal Ecology, J.W. Gibbons and R.R. Sharitz (eds.).  U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Washington, D.C.

9)  Avise, J.C., J.J. Smith, and F.J. Ayala.  1975.  Adaptive differentiation with little genic change between two native California minnows.  Evolution 29:411-426.  pdf

10)  Avise, J.C. and F.J. Ayala.  1975.  Genetic change and rates of cladogenesis.  Genetics 81:757-773.  pdf

11)  Avise, J.C. and J.F. McDonald.  1976.  Enzyme changes during development of holo- and hemi-metabolic insects.  Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 53B:393-397.  pdf

12)  Avise, J.C. and F.J. Ayala.  1976.  Genetic differentiation in speciose versus depauperate phylads:  evidence from the California minnows.  Evolution 30:46-58.  pdf

13)  Avise, J.C.  1976.  Genetic differentiation during speciation.  Pp. 106-122 in:  Molecular Evolution, F.J. Ayala (ed.).  Sinauer, Sunderland, MA.

14)  Avise, J.C.  1976.  Genetics of plate morphology in an unusual population of threespine sticklebacks (Gasterosteus aculeatus).  Genetical Research 27:33-46.

15)  McDonald, J.F. and J.C. Avise.  1976.  Evidence for the adaptive significance of enzyme activity levels:  interspecific variation in aGPDH and ADH in DrosophilaBiochemical Genetics 14:347-355.  pdf

16)  Gold, J.R. and J.C. Avise.  1976.  Spontaneous triploidy in the California roach Hesperoleucus symmetricus (Pisces: Cyprinidae).  Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics 17:144-149.

17)  Manlove, M.N., J.C. Avise, H.O. Hillestad, P.R. Ramsey, M.H. Smith, and D.O. Straney.  1976.  Starch gel electrophoresis for the study of population genetics of white-tailed deer.  Pp. 392-403 in: Proceedings S.E. Fish and Game Commisioners, W.A. Rogers (ed.).

18)  Avise, J.C.  1977.  Molecular variability and hypothesis testing.  Science Progress 64:85-94.

19)  Avise, J.C. and J.R. Gold.  1977.  Chromosomal divergence and speciation in two families of North American fishes.  Evolution 31:1-13.  pdf

20)  Gold, J.R. and J.C. Avise.  1977.  Cytogenetic studies in North American minnows (Cyprinidae).  I.  Karyology of nine California genera.  Copeia 1977:541-549.  pdf

21)  Gold, J.R., J.C. Avise, and G.A.E. Gall.  1977.  Chromosome cytology in the cutthroat trout series, Salmo clarki (Salmonidae).  Cytologia 42:377-382.

22)  Avise, J.C., D.O. Straney, and M.H. Smith.  1977.  Biochemical genetics of sunfish IV.  Relationships of centrarchid genera.  Copeia 1977:250-258.  pdf

23)  Avise, J.C. and S.W. Duvall.  1977.  Allelic expression and genetic distance in hybrid macaque monkeys.  Journal of Heredity 68:23-30.

24)  Avise, J.C. and M.H. Smith.  1977.  Gene frequency comparisons between sunfish (Centrarchidae) populations at various stages of evolutionary divergence.  Systematic Zoology 26:319-335.  pdf

25)  Avise, J.C.  1977.  Is evolution gradual or rectangular?  Evidence from living fishes.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 74:5083-5087.  pdf

26)  Avise, J.C.  1977.  Genic heterozygosity and rate of speciation.  Paleobiology 3:422-432.  pdf

27)  Avise, J.C. and J.R. Gold.  1977.  Cytogenetic studies in North American minnows (Cyprinidae)  IV.  Somatic polyploidy in Gila bicolorCanadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology 19:657-662.  pdf

28)  Avise, J.C.  1978.  Variances and frequency distributions of genetic distance in evolutionary phylads.  Heredity 40:225-237.  pdf

29)  Avise, J.C., M.H. Smith, and R.K. Selander.  1979.  Biochemical polymorphism and systematics in the genus Peromyscus.  VII.  Geographic differentiation in members of the truei and maniculatus species groups.  Journal of Mammalogy 60:177-192.  pdf

30)  Avise, J.C. and J. Felley.  1979.  Population structure of freshwater fishes.  I.  Genetic variation of bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus) populations in man-made reservoirs.  Evolution 33:15-26.  pdf

31)  Ramsey, P.R., J.C. Avise, M.H. Smith, and D.F. Urbston.  1979.  Biochemical variation and genetic heterogeneity in South Carolina deer populations  Journal of Wildlife Management 43:136-142.  pdf

32)  Avise, J.C., R.A. Lansman, and R.O. Shade.  1979.  The use of restriction endonucleases to measure mitochondrial DNA sequence relatedness in natural populations.  I.  Population structure and evolution in the genus PeromyscusGenetics 92:279-295.  pdf

33)  Chapman, R.W., J.C. Avise, and M.A. Asmussen.  1979.  Character state restrictions and boundary conditions in the evolution of quantitative multistate characters.  Journal of Theoretical Biology 80:51-64.  pdf

34)  Dickson, G.W., J.C. Patton, J.R. Holsinger, and J.C. Avise.  1979.  Genetic variation in cave-dwelling and deep-sea organisms, with emphasis on Crangonyx antennatus (Crustacea: Amphipoda) in Virginia.  Brimleyana 2:119-130.

35)  Avise, J.C.  1979.  Considerations on the evolution of qualitative multistate traits.  Acta Biotheoretica 28:190-203.  pdf

36)  Avise, J.C., C. Giblin-Davidson, J. Laerm, J.C. Patton, and R.A. Lansman.  1979.  Mitochondrial DNA clones and matriarchal phylogeny within and among geographic populations of the pocket gopher, Geomys pinetisProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 76:6694-6698.  pdf

37)  Avise, J.C., J.C. Patton, and C.F. Aquadro.  1980.  Evolutionary genetics of birds.  I.  Relationships among North American thrushes and allies.  The Auk 97:135-147. pdf

38)  Felley, J.D. and J.C. Avise.  1980.  Population structure of freshwater fishes.  II.  Genetic and morphological variation of bluegill populations in Florida lakes.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 109:108-115.

39)  Avise, J.C., J.C. Patton, and C.F. Aquadro.  1980.  Evolutionary genetics of birds. II.  Conservative protein evolution in North American sparrows and relatives.  Systematic Zoology 29:323-334.  pdf

40)  Avise, J.C., J.C. Patton, and C.F. Aquadro.  1980.  Evolutionary genetics of birds. III.  Comparative molecular evolution in New World warblers (Parulidae) and rodents (Cricetinae).  Journal of Heredity 71:303-310.  pdf

41)  Patton, J.C., R.J. Baker, and J.C. Avise.  1981.  Phenetic and cladistic analyses of biochemical evolution in peromyscine rodents.  Pp. 288-308 inMammalian Population Genetics, M.H. Smith and J. Joule (eds.).  University of Georgia Press, Athens.  pdf

42)  Lansman, R.A., R.O. Shade, J.F. Shapira, and J.C. Avise.  1981.  The use of restriction endonucleases to measure mitochondrial DNA sequence relatedness in natural populations.  III.  Techniques and potential applications.  Journal of Molecular Evolution 17:214-226.  pdf

43)  Aquadro, C.F. and J.C. Avise.  1981.  Genetic divergence between rodent species assessed by using two-dimensional electrophoresis.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 78:3784-3788.  pdf

44)  Avise, J.C. and R.L. Crawford.  1981.  A matter of lights and death.  Natural History 90:6-14.

45)  Avise, J.C. and J. Laerm.  1982.  Gophers of the southeastern United States.  Florida Naturalist 55:7-10.

46)  Laerm, J., J.C. Avise, J.C. Patton, and R.A. Lansman,  1982.  Genetic determination of the status of an endangered species of pocket gopher in Georgia.  Journal of Wildlife Management 46:513-518.  pdf

47)  Avise, J.C., C.F. Aquadro, and J.C. Patton.  1982.  Evolutionary genetics of birds.  V.  Genetic distances within Mimidae (mimic thrushes) and Vireonidae (vireos).  Biochemical Genetics 20:95-104.  pdf

48)  Avise, J.C. and C.F. Aquadro.  1982.  A comparative summary of genetic distances in the vertebrates:  patterns and correlations.  Evolutionary Biology 15:151-185.

49)  Douglas, M.E. and J.C. Avise.  1982.  Speciation rates and morphological divergence in fishes:  tests of gradual versus rectangular modes of evolutionary change.  Evolution 36:224-232.  pdf

50)  Lansman, R.A., J.F. Shapira, C. Aquadro, S.W. Daniel, and J.C. Avise.  1982.  Mitochondrial DNA and evolution in Peromyscus:  a preliminary report.  Pp. 133-136 in: Mitochondrial Genes, Cold Spring Harbor Publishers, N.Y.

51)  Aquadro, C.F. and J.C. Avise.  1982.  Evolutionary genetics of birds.  VI.  A reexamination of protein divergence using varied electrophoretic conditions.  Evolution 36:1003-1019.  pdf

52)  Chapman, R.W., J.C. Stephens, R.A. Lansman, and J.C. Avise.  1982.  Models of mitochondrial DNA transmission genetics and evolution in higher eukaryotes.  Genetical Research 40:41-57.

53)  Aquadro, C.F. and J.C. Avise.  1982.  An assessment of “hidden” heterogeneity within electromorphs at three enzyme loci in deer mice.  Genetics 102:269-284.  pdf

54)  Douglas, M.E. and J.C. Avise.  1982.  Morphological divergence in fishes:  macroevolutionary patterns.  BioScience 32:683-684.

55)  Neigel, J.E. and J.C. Avise.  1983.  Clonal diversity and population structure in a reef-building coral, Acropora cervicornis:  self-recognition analysis and demographic interpretation.  Evolution 37:437-453.  pdf

56)  Patton, J.C. and J.C. Avise.  1983.  An empirical evaluation of qualitative Hennigian analyses of protein electrophoretic data.  Journal of Molecular Evolution 19:244-254.  pdf

57)  Neigel, J.E. and J.C. Avise.  1983.  Histocompatibility bioassays of population structure in marine sponges: clonal structure in Verongia longissima and Iotrochota birotulataJournal of Heredity 74:134-140.

58)  Lansman, R.A., J.C. Avise, C.F. Aquadro, J.F. Shapira, and S.W. Daniel.  1983.  Extensive genetic variation in mitochondrial DNA’s among geographic populations of the deer mouse, Peromyscus maniculatusEvolution 37:1-16.  pdf

59)  Lansman, R.A., J.C. Avise, and M.D. Huettel.  1983.  Critical experimental test of the possibility of “paternal leakage” of mitochondrial DNA.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 80:1969-1971.  pdf

60)  Avise, J.C. and R.A. Lansman.  1983.  Polymorphism of mitochondrial DNA in populations of higher animals.  Pp. 147-164 in: Evolution of Genes and Proteins, M. Nei and R.K. Koehn (eds.).  Sinauer, Sunderland, MA.  pdf

61)  Avise, J.C.  1983.  Protein variation and phylogenetic reconstruction.  Pp. 103-130 in: Protein Polymorphism:  Adaptive and Taxonomic Significance, G. Oxford and D. Rollinson (eds.).  Academic Press, London.

62)  Avise, J.C.  1983.  A molecular perspective on avian speciation.  Pp. 262-270 inAmerican Ornithologists Union Centennial Volume, G.C. Clark and A.H. Brush (eds.).  Special Publ. American Ornithologists Union.

63)  Avise, J.C., J.F. Shapira, S.W. Daniel, C.F. Aquadro, and R.A. Lansman.  1983.  Mitochondrial DNA differentiation during the speciation process in PeromyscusMolecular Biology and Evolution 1:38-56.  pdf

64)  Avise, J.C., J.E. Neigel, and J. Arnold.  1984.  Demographic influences on mitochondrial DNA lineage survivorship in animal populations.  Journal of Molecular Evolution 20:99-105.  pdf

65)  Avise, J.C. and J.E. Neigel.  1984.  Population biology aspects of histocompatibility polymophisms in marine invertebrates.  Pp. 223-234 inGenetics:  New Frontiers, V.L. Copra, B.C. Joshi, R.P. Sharma, and H.C. Banoal (eds.).  Oxford Press, New Delhi.

66)  Avise, J.C., E. Bermingham, L.G. Kessler, and N.C. Saunders.  1984.  Characterization of mitochondrial DNA variability in a hybrid swarm between subspecies of bluegill sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus).  Evolution 38:931-941.  pdf

67)  Neigel, J.E. and J.C. Avise.  1984.  On a coral reef, it’s a hard knock life.  Natural History 93:58-65.

68)  Avise, J.C. and N.C. Saunders.  1984.  Hybridization and introgression among species of sunfish (Lepomis):  analysis by mitochondrial DNA and allozyme markers.  Genetics 108:237-255.  pdf

69)  Avise, J.C. and M.J. Van Den Avyle.  1984.  Genetic analysis of reproduction of hybrid white bass X striped bass in the Savannah River.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 113:563-570.

70)  Kessler, L.G. and J.C. Avise.  1984.  Systematic relationships among waterfowl (Anatidae) inferred from restriction endonuclease analysis of mitochondrial DNA.  Systematic Zoology 33:370-380.  pdf

71)  Avise, J.C.  1985.  Evolutionary Genetics of Fishes–  an invited book review.  Quarterly Review of Biology 60:78.

72)  Kessler, L.G. and J.C. Avise.  1985.  A comparative description of mitochondrial DNA differentiation in selected avian and other vertebrate genera.  Molecular Biology and Evolution 2:109-125.

73)  Kessler, L.G. and J.C. Avise.  1985.  Microgeographic lineage analysis by mitochondrial genotype:  variation in the cotton rat (Sigmodon hispidus).  Evolution 39:831-837.  pdf

74)  Neigel, J.E. and J.C. Avise.  1985.  The precision of histocompatibility response in clonal recognition in tropical marine sponges.  Evolution 39:724-732.  pdf

75)  Neigel, J.E. and J.C. Avise.  1986.  Phylogenetic relationships of mitochondrial DNA under various demographic models of speciation.  Pp. 515-534 inEvolutionary Processes and Theory, E. Nevo and S. Karlin (eds.).  Academic Press, New York.  pdf

76)  Patton, J.C. and J.C. Avise.  1986.  Evolutionary genetics of birds.  IV.  Rates of protein divergence in waterfowl (Anatidae).  Genetica 68:129-143.  pdf

77)  Avise, J.C.  1986.  Mitochondrial DNA and the evolutionary genetics of higher animals.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London B 312:325-342.  pdf

78)  Saunders, N.C., L. G. Kessler, and J.C. Avise.  1986.  Genetic variation and geographic differentiation in mitochondrial DNA of the horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemusGenetics 112:613-627.  pdf

79)  Lamb, T. and J.C. Avise.  1986.  Directional introgression of mitochondrial DNA in a hybrid population of treefrogs:  the influence of mating behavior.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 83:2526-2530.  pdf

80)  Bermingham, E., T. Lamb, and J.C. Avise.  1986.  Size polymorphism and heteroplasmy in the mitochondrial DNA of lower vertebrates.  Journal of Heredity 77:249-252.  pdf

81)  Avise, J.C., G.S. Helfman, N.C. Saunders, and L.S. Hales.  1986.  Mitochondrial DNA differentiation in North Atlantic eels:  population genetic consequences of an unusual life history pattern.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 83:4350-4354.  pdf

82)  Avise, J.C. and D.Y. Shapiro.  1986.  Evaluating kinship of newly settled juveniles within social groups of the coral reef fish, Anthias squamipinnisEvolution 40:1051-1059.  pdf

83)  Bermingham, E. and J.C. Avise.  1986.  Molecular zoogeography of freshwater fishes in the southeastern United States.  Genetics 113:939-965.  pdf

84)  Avise, J.C.  1986.  Molecular systematics of birds.  Pp. 4-7 inAvian Systematics, Point Reyes Bird Observatory, Special Publ. Vol. 74, Point Reyes, CA.

85)  Avise, J.C.  1987.  Identification and interpretation of mitochondrial DNA stocks in marine species.  Pp. 105-136 inProceedings of the Stock Identification Workshop, H. Kumpf and E.L. Nakamura (eds.).  National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, Panama City, FL.

86)  Lamb, T. and J.C. Avise.  1987.  Morphological variability in genetically defined categories of anuran hybrids.  Evolution 41:157-165.  pdf

87)  Avise, J.C. and C.F. Aquadro.  1987.  Malate dehydrogenase isozymes provide a phylogenetic marker for the Piciformes (woodpeckers and allies).  The Auk 104:324-328.  pdf

88)  Asmussen, M.A., J. Arnold, and J.C. Avise.  1987.  Definition and properties of disequilibrium statistics for associations between nuclear and cytoplasmic genotypes.  Genetics 115:755-768.  pdf

89)  Avise, J.C., C.A. Reeb, and N.C. Saunders.  1987.  Geographic population structure and species differences in mitochondrial DNA of mouthbrooding marine catfishes (Ariidae) and demersal spawning toadfishes (Batrachoididae).  Evolution 41:991-1002.  pdf

90)  Avise, J.C. and R.C. Vrijenhoek.  1987.  Mode of inheritance and variation of mitochondrial DNA in hybridogenetic fishes of the genus PoeciliopsisMolecular Biology and Evolution 4:514-525.  pdf

91)  Avise, J.C., J. Arnold, R.M. Ball, Jr., E. Bermingham, T. Lamb, J.E. Neigel, C.A. Reeb, and N.C. Saunders.  1987.  Intraspecific phylogeography:  the mitochondrial DNA bridge between population genetics and systematics.  Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 18:489-522.  pdf

92)  Ball, R.M., Jr., S. Freeman, F.C. James, E. Bermingham, and J.C. Avise.  1988.  Phylogeographic population structure of red-winged blackbirds assessed by mitochondrial DNA.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 85:1558-1562.  pdf

93)  Arnold, J., M.A. Asmussen, and J.C. Avise.  1988.  An epistatic mating system model can produce permanent cytonuclear disequilibria in a hybrid zone.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 85:1893-1896.  pdf

94)  Avise, J.C., R.M. Ball. Jr., and J. Arnold.  1988.  Current versus historical population sizes in vertebrate species with high gene flow:  a comparison based on mitochondrial DNA lineages and inbreeding theory for neutral mutations.  Molecular Biology and Evolution 5:331-344.  pdf

95)  Avise, J.C. and R.M. Zink.  1988.  Molecular genetic divergence between avian sibling species:  King and Clapper Rails, Long-billed and Short-billed Dowitchers, Boat-tailed and Great-tailed Grackles, and Tufted and Black-crested Titmice.  The Auk 105:516-528.  pdf

96)  Lamb, T., J.C. Avise, and J.W. Gibbons.  1989.  Phylogeographic patterns in mitochondrial DNA of the desert tortoise (Xerobates agassizi), and evolutionary relationships among the North American gopher tortoises.  Evolution 43:76-87.  pdf

97)  Bowen, B.W., A.B. Meylan, and J.C. Avise.  1989.  An odyssey of the green sea turtle:  Ascension Island revisited.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 86:573-576.  pdf

98)  Avise, J.C.  1989.  Nature’s family archives.  Natural History 98:24-27.

99)  Avise, J.C., B.W. Bowen, and T. Lamb.  1989.  DNA fingerprints from hypervariable mitochondrial DNA genotypes.  Molecular Biology and Evolution 6:258-269.

100)  Avise, J.C. and W.S. Nelson.  1989.  Molecular genetic relationships of the extinct Dusky Seaside Sparrow.  Science 243:646-648.  pdf

101)  Avise, J.C.  1989.  Gene trees and organismal histories:  a phylogenetic approach to population biology.  Evolution 43:1192-1208.  pdf

102)  Asmussen, M., J. Arnold, and J.C. Avise.  1989.  The effects of assortative mating and migration on cytonuclear associations in hybrid zones.  Genetics 122:923-934.  pdf

103)  Avise, J.C.  1989.  A role for molecular genetics in the recognition and conservation of endangered species.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 4:279-281.  pdf

104)  Ball, R.M., Jr., J.E. Neigel, and J.C. Avise.  1990.  Gene genealogies within the organismal pedigrees of random-mating populations.  Evolution 44:360-370.  pdf

105)  Avise, J.C., C.D. Ankney, and W.S. Nelson.  1990.  Mitochondrial gene trees and the evolutionary relationship of mallard and black ducks.  Evolution 44:1109-1119.  pdf

106)  Reeb, C.A. and J.C. Avise.  1990.  A genetic discontinuity in a continuously distributed species:  mitochondrial DNA in the American oyster, Crassostrea virginicaGenetics 124:397-406.  pdf

107)  Avise, J.C., W.S. Nelson, J. Arnold, R.K. Koehn, G.C. Williams, and V. Thorsteinsson.  1990.  The evolutionary genetic status of Icelandic eels.  Evolution 44:1254-1262.  pdf

108)  Zink, R.M. and J.C. Avise.  1990.  Patterns of mitochondrial DNA and allozyme evolution in the avian genus AmmodramusSystematic Zoology 39:148-161.  pdf

109)  Avise, J.C.  1990.  Flocks of African Fishes.  Nature 347:512-513.  pdf

110)  Avise, J.C. and R.M. Ball, Jr.  1990.  Principles of genealogical concordance in species concepts and biological taxonomy.  Oxford Surveys in Evolutionary Biology 7:45-67.

111)  Meylan, A.B., B.W. Bowen, and J.C. Avise.  1990.  A genetic test of natal homing versus social facilitation models for green turtle migration.  Science 248:724-727.  pdf

112)  Bowen, B.W. and J.C. Avise.  1990.  Genetic structure of Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico populations of sea bass, menhaden, and sturgeon:  the influence of zoogeographic factors and life-history patterns.  Marine Biology 107:371-381.  pdf

113)  Neigel, J.E., R.M. Ball., Jr., and J.C. Avise.  1991.  Estimation of single generation migration distances from geographic variation in animal mitochondrial DNA. Evolution 45:423-432.  pdf

114)  Quattro, J.M., J.C. Avise, and R.C. Vrijenhoek.  1991.  Molecular evidence for multiple origins of hybridogenetic fish clones (Poeciliidae:  Poeciliopsis).  Genetics 127:391-398.  pdf

115)  Avise, J.C., J.C. Trexler, J. Travis, and W.S. Nelson.  1991.  Poecilia mexicana is the recent female parent of the unisexual fish P. formosaEvolution 45:1530-1533.  pdf

116)  Avise, J.C. and R.M. Ball., Jr.  1991.  Mitochondrial DNA and avian microevolution.  Acta XX Congressus Internationalis Ornithologici I:514-524.

117)  Avise, J.C.  1991.  Ten unorthodox perspectives on evolution prompted by comparative population genetic findings on mitochondrial DNA.  Annual Review of Genetics 25:45-69.  pdf

118)  Avise, J.C.  1991.  Matriarchal liberation.  Nature 352:192.  pdf

119)  Bowen, B.W., A.B. Meylan, and J.C. Avise.  1991.  Evolutionary distinctiveness of the endangered Kemp’s ridley sea turtle.  Nature 352:709-711.  pdf

120)  Lamb, T., T.R. Jones, and J.C. Avise.  1992.  Phylogeographic histories of representative herpetofauna of the southwestern U.S.:  mitochondrial DNA variation in the desert iguana (Dipsosaurus dorsalis) and the chuckwalla (Sauromalus obesus).  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 5:465-480.  pdf

121)  Quattro, J.M., J.C. Avise, and R.C. Vrijenhoek.  1992.  An ancient clonal lineage in the fish genus Poeciliopsis (Atheriniformes:  Poeciliidae).  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 89:348-352.  pdf

122)  Avise, J.C., B.W. Bowen, T. Lamb, A.B. Meylan, and E. Bermingham.  1992.  Mitochondrial DNA evolution at a turtle’s pace:  evidence for low genetic variability and reduced microevolutionary rate in the Testudines.  Molecular Biology and Evolution 9:457-473.  pdf

123)  Quattro, J.M., J.C. Avise, and R.C. Vrijenhoek.  1992.  Mode of origin and sources of genotypic diversity in triploid gynogenetic fish clones (Poeciliopsis:  Poeciliidae).  Genetics 130:621-628.  pdf

124)  Lamb, T. and J.C. Avise.  1992.  Molecular and population genetic aspects of mitochondrial DNA variability in the diamondback terrapin, Malaclemys terrapinJournal of Heredity 83:262-269.

125)  Avise, J.C.  1992.  Molecular population structure and the biogeographic history of a regional fauna:  a case history with lessons for conservation biology.  Oikos 63:62-76.  [A  similar version of this paper appeared also in:  pp. 37-73, Population Genetics and Its Applications to Fisheries Management, P.I Dixon (ed.), Center for Marine Science, University of New South Wales, Australia.]  pdf

126)  Bowen, B.W., A.B. Meylan, J. Perran Ross, C.J. Limpus, G.H. Balazs, and J.C. Avise.  1992.  Global population structure and natural history of the green turtle (Chelonia mydas) in terms of matriarchal phylogeny.  Evolution 46:865-881.  pdf

127)  Avise, J.C., J.M. Quattro, and R.C. Vrijenhoek.  1992.  Molecular clones within organismal clones:  mitochondrial DNA phylogenies and the evolutionary histories of unisexual vertebrates.  Evolutionary Biology 26:225-246.

128)  Avise, J.C., R.T. Alisauskas, W.S. Nelson, and C.D. Ankney.  1992.  Matriarchal population genetic structure in an avian species with female natal philopatry.  Evolution 46:1084-1096.  pdf

129)  Karl, S.A., B.W. Bowen, and J.C. Avise.  1992.  Global population genetic structure and male-mediated gene flow in the green turtle (Chelonia mydas):  RFLP analyses of anonymous nuclear loci.  Genetics 131:163-173.

130)  Karl, S.A. and J.C. Avise.  1992.  Balancing selection at allozyme loci in oysters:  implications from nuclear RFLPs.  Science 256:100-102.  pdf

131)  Ball, R.M., Jr. and J.C. Avise.  1992.  Mitochondrial DNA phylogeographic differentiation among avian populations and the evolutionary significance of subspecies.  The Auk 109:626-636.  pdf

132)  Karl, S.A. and J.C. Avise.  1993.  PCR-based assays of Mendelian polymorphisms from anonymous single-copy nuclear DNA:  techniques and applications for population genetics.  Molecular Biology and Evolution 10:342-361.  pdf

133)  Scribner, K.T. and J.C. Avise.  1993.  Demographic and life-history characteristics influence the cytonuclear genetic composition of mosquitofish hybrid populations.  Pp. 280-290 inGenetics and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms, A.R. Beaumont (ed.), Chapman & Hall, New York.

134)  Rising, J.D. and J.C. Avise.  1993.  Application of genealogical-concordance principles to the taxonomy and evolutionary history of the sharp-tailed sparrow (Ammodramus caudacutus).  The Auk 110:844-856.  pdf

135)  Crosetti, D., J.C. Avise, F. Placidi, A.R. Rossi, and L. Sola.  1993.  Geographic variability in the grey mullet Mugil cephalus:  preliminary results of mtDNA and chromosome analyses.  Aquaculture 111:95-101.  pdf

136)  Scribner, K.T. and J.C. Avise.  1993.  Cytonuclear genetic architecture in mosquitofish populations and the possible roles of introgressive hybridization.  Molecular Ecology 2:139-149. pdf

137)  Bowen, B.W., J.C. Avise,  J.I. Richardson, A.B. Meylan, D. Margaritoulis, and S.R. Hopkins-Murphy.  1993.  Population structure of loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta) in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea.  Conservation Biology 7:834-844.  pdf

138)  Bowen, B.W., W.S. Nelson, and J.C. Avise.  1993.  A molecular phylogeny for marine turtles:  trait mapping, rate assessment, and conservation relevance.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 90:5574-5577.  pdf

139)  Neigel, J.E. and J.C. Avise.  1993.  Application of a random walk model to geographic distributions of animal mitochondrial DNA variation.  Genetics 135:1209-1220.  pdf

140)  Avise, J.C.  1993.  The evolutionary biology of aging, sexual reproduction, and DNA repair.  Evolution 47:1293-1301.  pdf

141)  Crosetti, D., W.S. Nelson, and J.C. Avise.  1994.  Pronounced genetic structure of mitochondrial DNA among populations of the circumglobally distributed grey mullet (Mugil cephalus).  Journal of Fish Biology 44:47-58.

142)  Avise, J.C., W.S. Nelson, and C.G. Sibley.  1994.  Why one-kilobase sequences from mitochondrial DNA fail to solve the hoatzin phylogenetic enigma.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 3:175-184.  pdf

143)  Avise, J.C., W.S. Nelson, and C.G. Sibley.  1994.  DNA sequence support for a close phylogenetic relationship between some storks and New World vultures. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 91:5173-5177.

144)  Avise, J.C.  1994.  A rose is a rose is a rose.  P. 174 inPrinciples of Conservation Biology, G. Meffe and R. Carroll (eds.).  Sinauer, Sunderland, MA.

145)  Scribner, K.T. and J.C. Avise.  1994.  Population cage experiments with a vertebrate:  the temporal demography and cytonuclear genetics of hybridization in Gambusia fishes.  Evolution 48:155-171.  pdf

146)  Bowen, B.W., N. Kamezaki, C.J. Limpus, G.R. Hughes, A.B. Meylan, and J.C. Avise.  1994.  Global phylogeography of the loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta) as indicated by mitochondrial DNA haplotypes.  Evolution 48:1820-1828.  pdf

147)  Avise, J.C.  1994.  The real message from Biosphere 2.  Conservation Biology 8:327-329. pdf

 

148)  Bowen, B.W. and J.C. Avise.  1994.  Tracking marine turtles through time.  Natural History 103(12):36-43.

149)  Scribner, K.T. and J.C. Avise.  1994.  Cytonuclear genetics of experimental fish hybrid zones inside Biosphere 2.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 91:5066-5069.  pdf

150)  Avise, J.C. and B.W. Bowen.  1994.  Investigating sea turtle migration using DNA markers.  Current Opinions in Genetics and Development 4:882-886.  pdf

151)  Bowen B.W. and J.C. Avise.  1994.  Conservation research and the legal status of PCR products.  (Letter to the editor).  Science 266:713.

152)  Avise, J.C., W.S. Nelson, and H. Sugita.  1994.  A speciational history of “living fossils”:  molecular evolutionary patterns in horseshoe crabs.  Evolution 48:1986-2001.  pdf

153)  Walker, D., V.J. Burke, I. Barák, and J.C. Avise.  1995.  A comparison of mtDNA restriction sites vs. control region sequences in phylogeographic assessment of the musk turtle (Sternotherus minor).  Molecular Ecology 4:365-373.

154)  Avise, J.C.  1995.  Mitochondrial DNA polymorphism and a connection between genetics and demography of relevance to conservation.  Conservation Biology 9:686-690.  pdf

155)  Avise, J.C. and W.S. Nelson.  1995.  Sequence data and phylogeny estimation–  a reply to Hackett, Griffiths, Bates, and Klein.  1995.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 4:353-356.

156)  Karl, S.A., B.W. Bowen, and J.C. Avise.  1995.  Hybridization among the ancient mariners:  characterization of marine turtle hybrids with molecular genetic assays.  Journal of Heredity 86:262-268.

157)  Avise, J.C., S.M. Haig, O.A. Ryder, M. Lynch, and C.J. Geyer.  1995.  Descriptive genetic studies:  applications in population management and conservation biology.  Pp. 183-244 inPopulation Management for Survival and Recovery, J.D. Ballou, M. Gilpin, and T. Foese (eds.).  Columbia University Press, New York.

158)  Avise, J.C.  1996.  Introduction:  The Scope of Conservation Genetics.  Pp. 1-9 inConservation Genetics:  Case Histories from Nature, J.C. Avise and J.L. Hamrick (eds.).  Chapman & Hall, New York.

159)  Haig, S.M. and J.C. Avise.  1996.  Avian conservation genetics.  Pp. 160-189 inConservation Genetics:  Case Histories from Nature, J.C. Avise and J.L. Hamrick (eds.).  Chapman & Hall, New York.

160)  Bowen, B.W. and J.C. Avise.  1996.  Conservation genetics of marine turtles.  Pp. 190-237 inConservation Genetics:  Case Histories from Nature, J.C. Avise and J.L. Hamrick (eds.).  Chapman & Hall, New York.

161)  Avise, J.C.  1996.  Toward a regional conservation genetics perspective:  Phylogeography of faunas in the southeastern United States.  Pp. 431-470 inConservation Genetics:  Case Histories from Nature, J.C. Avise and J.L. Hamrick (eds.).  Chapman & Hall, New York.

162)  Avise, J.C. and J.L. Hamrick.  1996.  Prologue, and Epilogue.   Pp. xv-xvii and pp. 502-504, respectively, inConservation Genetics:  Case Histories from Nature, J.C. Avise and J.L. Hamrick (eds.).  Chapman & Hall, New York.

163)  Avise, J.C.  1996.  Three fundamental contributions of molecular genetics to avian ecology and evolution.  Acta XXI Congressus Internationalis Ornithologici, J. Wingfield and J. Coulson (eds.).  Ibis 138:16-25.

164)  Hare, M.P., S.A. Karl, and J.C. Avise.  1996.  Anonymous nuclear DNA markers in the American oyster and their implications for the heterozygote deficiency phenomenon in marine bivalves.  Molecular Biology and Evolution 13:334-345.  pdf

165)  Hare, M.P. and J.C. Avise.  1996.  Molecular genetic analysis of a stepped multilocus cline in the American oyster (Crassostrea virginica).  Evolution 50:2305-2315.  pdf

166)  Wollenberg, K., J. Arnold, and J.C. Avise.  1996.  Recognizing the forest for the trees:  testing temporal patterns of cladogenesis using a null model of stochastic diversification.  Molecular Biology and Evolution 13:833-849.  pdf

167)  Nelson, W.S., P.A. Prodöhl, and J.C. Avise.  1996.  Development and application of long-PCR for the assay of full-length animal mitochondrial DNA.  Molecular Ecology 5:807-810. pdf

168)  Prodöhl, P.A., W.J. Loughry, C.M. McDonough, W.S. Nelson, and J.C. Avise.  1996.  Molecular documentation of polyembryony and the micro-spatial dispersion of clonal sibships in the nine-banded armadillo, Dasypus novemcinctusProceedings of the Royal Society of London B 263:1643-1649.

169)  Avise, J.C.  1997.  Space and time as axes in intraspecific phylogeography.  Pp. 381-388 inPast and Future Rapid Environmental Changes:  The Spatial and Evolutionary Responses of Terrestrial Biota, B. Huntley, W. Cramer, A.V. Morgan, H.C. Prentice, and J.R.M. Allen (eds.).  Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

170)  Avise, J.C., P.C. Pierce, M.J. Van Den Avyle, M.H. Smith, W.S. Nelson, and M.A. Asmussen.  1997.  Cytonuclear introgressive swamping and species turnover of bass after an introduction.  Journal of Heredity 88:14-20.  pdf

171)  Jones, A.G. and J.C. Avise.  1997.  Microsatellite analysis of maternity and the mating system in the Gulf pipefish Syngnathus scovelli, a species with male pregnancy and sex-role reversal.  Molecular Ecology 6:203-213.  pdf

172)  Walker, D., W.S. Nelson, K.A. Buhlmann, and J.C. Avise.  1997.  Mitochondrial DNA phylogeography and subspecies issues in the monotypic freshwater turtle Sternotherus odoratus. Copeia 1997:16-21.  pdf

173)  Ortí, G., M.P. Hare, and J.C. Avise.  1997.  Detection and isolation of nuclear haplotypes by PCR-SSCP.  Molecular Ecology 6:575-580.  pdf

174)  Avise, J.C.  1997.  What can molecular biology contribute to conservation?  Pp. 188-189 inPrinciples of Conservation Biology, 2nd Ed., G.K. Meffe and C.R. Carroll (eds.).  Sinauer, Sunderland, MA.

175)  Avise, J.C. and K. Wollenberg.  1997.  Phylogenetics and the origin of species.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 94:7748-7755.  pdf

176)  Jones, A.G. and J.C. Avise.  1997.  Polygynandry in the dusky pipefish Syngnathus floridae revealed by microsatellite DNA markers.  Evolution 51:1611-1622.  pdf

177)  Ortí, G., D.E. Pearse, and J.C. Avise.  1997.  Phylogenetic assessment of length variation at a microsatellite locus.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 94:10745-10749.  pdf

178)  Walker, D., G. Ortí, and J.C. Avise.  1998.  Phylogenetic distinctiveness of a threatened aquatic turtle (Sternotherus depressus).  Conservation Biology 12:639-645.  pdf

179)  Walker, D., P.E. Moler, K.A. Buhlmann, and J.C. Avise.  1998.  Phylogeographic patterns in Kinosternon subrubrum and K. baurii based on mitochondrial DNA restriction analyses.  Herpetologica 54:174-184.  pdf

180)  Hare, M.P. and J.C. Avise.  1998.  Population structure in the American oyster as inferred by nuclear gene genealogies.  Molecular Biology and Evolution15:119-128.  pdf

181)  Prodöhl, P.A., W.J. Loughry, C.M. McDonough, W.S. Nelson, E.A. Thompson, and J.C. Avise.  1998.  Genetic maternity and paternity in a local population of armadillos assessed by microsatellite DNA markers and field data. American Naturalist 151:7-19.

182)  Walker, D., P.E. Moler, K.A. Buhlmann, and J.C. Avise.  1998.  Phylogeographic uniformity in mitochondrial DNA of the snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina).  Animal Conservation 1:55-60.  pdf

183)  Jones, A.G., G.A. Stockwell, D. Walker, and J.C. Avise.  1998.  The molecular basis of a microsatellite null allele from the White Sands pupfish.  Journal of Heredity 89:339-342.  pdf

184)  Jones, A.G., S. Östlund-Nilsson, and J.C. Avise.  1998.  A microsatellite assessment of sneaked fertilizations and egg thievery in the fifteenspine stickleback.  Evolution 52:848-858.  pdf

 

185)  Avise, J.C.  1998.  The history and purview of phylogeography:  a personal reflection.  Molecular Ecology 7:371-379.  pdf

186)  Avise, J.C. and D. Walker.  1998.  Pleistocene phylogeographic effects on avian populations and the speciation process.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 265:457-463.pdf

187)  Loughry, W.J., P.A. Prodöhl, C.M. McDonough, and J.C. Avise.  1998.  Polyembryony in armadillos.  American Scientist 86:274-279.

188)  Johns, G.C. and J.C. Avise.  1998.  Tests for ancient species flocks based on molecular phylogenetic appraisals of Sebastes rockfishes and other marine fishes.  Evolution 52:1135-1146.pdf

189)  Walker, D. and J.C. Avise.  1998.  Principles of phylogeography as illustrated by freshwater and terrestrial turtles in the southeastern United States. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 29:23-58.pdf

190)  Loughry, W.J., P.A. Prödohl, C.M. McDonough, W.S. Nelson, and J.C. Avise.  1998.  Correlates of reproductive success in a population of nine-banded armadillos.  Canadian Journal of Zoology 76:1815-1821.  pdf

191)  Wollenberg, K. and J.C. Avise.  1998.  Sampling properties of genealogical pathways underlying population pedigrees.  Evolution 52:957-966.  pdf

192)  Johns, G.C. and J.C. Avise.  1998.  A comparative summary of genetic distances in the vertebrates from the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene.  Molecular Biology and Evolution 15:1481-1490.  pdf

193)  Avise, J.C., D. Walker, and G.C. Johns.  1998.  Speciation durations and Pleistocene effects on vertebrate phylogeography.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 265:1707-1712.  pdf

194)  Avise, J.C.  1998.  Conservation genetics in the marine realm.  Journal of Heredity 89:377-382pdf

 

195)  Jones, A.G., C. Kvarnemo, G.I. Moore, L.W. Simmons, and J.C. Avise.  1998.  Microsatellite evidence for monogamy and sex-biased recombination in the Western Australian seahorse Hippocampus angustusMolecular Ecology 7:1497-1505.  pdf

196)  DeWoody, J.A., D.E. Fletcher, S.D. Wilkins, W.S. Nelson, and J.C. Avise.  1998.  Molecular genetic dissection of spawning, parentage, and reproductive tactics in a population of redbreast sunfish, Lepomis auritusEvolution 52:1802-1810.  pdf

197)  Scribner, K.T., S. Datta, J. Arnold, and J.C. Avise.  1999.  Empirical evaluation of cytonuclear models incorporating genetic drift and tests for neutrality of mtDNA variants:  data from experimental Gambusia hybrid zones.  Genetica 105:101-108.  pdf

198)  Zane, L., W.S. Nelson, A.G. Jones, and J.C. Avise.  1999.  Microsatellite assessment of multiple paternity in natural populations of a live-bearing fish, Gambusia holbrooki.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 12:61-69.  pdf

199)  Jones, A.G., G. Rosenqvist, A. Berglund, and J.C. Avise.  1999.  The genetic mating system of a sex-role-reversed pipefish (Syngnathus typhle):  a molecular inquiry.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 46:357-365.  pdf

200)  Avise, J.C. and D. Walker.  1999.  Species realities and numbers in sexual vertebrates:  Perspectives from an asexually transmitted genome.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 96:992-995.  pdf

201)  Jones, A.G., G. Rosenqvist, A. Berglund, and J.C. Avise.  1999.  Clustered microsatellite mutations in the pipefish Syngnathus typhleGenetics 152:1057-1063.  pdf

202)  Avise, J.C. and G.C. Johns.  1999.  Proposal for a standardized temporal scheme of biological classification for extant species.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 96:7358-7363.  pdf

203)  DeWoody, J.A., Y.D. DeWoody, A.C. Fiumera, and J.C. Avise.  2000.  On the number of reproductives contributing to a half-sib progeny array.  Genetical Research 75:95-105.  pdf

204)  Avise, J.C.  2000.  Stability, equilibrium and molecular aspects of conservation in marine species.  Pp. xi-xii in:  Marine Genetics, A.M. Solé-Cava, C.A.M. Russo, and J.P. Thorpe (eds.).  Kluwer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.  pdf

205)  DeWoody, J.A., D.E. Fletcher, S.D. Wilkins, and J.C. Avise.  2000.  Parentage and nest guarding in the tessellated darter (Etheostoma olmstedi) assayed by microsatellite markers (Perciformes: Percidae).  Copeia 2000:740-747.  pdf

206)  DeWoody, J.A. and J.C. Avise.  2000.  Microsatellite variation in marine, freshwater and anadromous fishes compared with other animals.  Journal of Fish Biology 56:461-473.  pdf

207)  DeWoody, J.A., D. Walker, and J.C. Avise.  2000.  Genetic parentage in large half-sib clutches:  theoretical estimates and empirical appraisals. Genetics 154:1907-1912.  pdf

208)  Jones, A.G., G. Rosenqvist, A. Berglund, and J.C. Avise.  2000.  Mate quality influences multiple maternity in the sex-role-reversed pipefish Syngnathus typhle. Oikos 90:321-326.  pdf

209)  Jones, A.G., G. Rosenqvist, A. Berglund, S.J. Arnold, and J.C. Avise.  2000.  The Bateman gradient and the cause of sexual selection in a sex-role-reversed pipefish.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 267:677-680.  pdf

210)  Nelson, W.S., T. Dean, and J.C. Avise.  2000.  Matrilineal history of the endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow inferred from mitochondrial DNA polymorphism.  Molecular Ecology 9:809-813. pdf

 

211)  Avise, J.C.  2000.  Natural history, early 21st-century style.  Intecol Newsletter, autumn 2000:9-10.

212)  Kvarnemo, C., G.I. Moore, A.G. Jones, W.S. Nelson, and J.C. Avise.  2000.  Monogamous pair bonds and mate switching in the Western Australian seahorse Hippocampus subelongatusJournal of Evolutionary Biology 13:882-888.  pdf

213)  DeWoody, J.A., D.E. Fletcher, M. Mackiewicz, S.D. Wilkins, and J.C. Avise. 2000.  The genetic mating system of spotted sunfish (Lepomis punctatus):  mate numbers and the influence of male reproductive parasites.  Molecular Ecology 9:2119-2128.  pdf

214)  Avise, J.C. and D. Walker.  2000.  Abandon all species concepts?  A response.  Conservation Genetics 1:77-80.  pdf

215)  Avise, J.C., W.S. Nelson, B.W. Bowen, and D. Walker.  2000.  Phylogeography of colonially nesting seabirds, with special reference to global matrilineal patterns in the sooty tern (Sterna fuscata).  Molecular Ecology 9:1783-1792.  pdf

216)  Dewoody, J.A., D.E. Fletcher, S.D. Wilkins, W.S. Nelson, and J.C. Avise.  2000.  Genetic monogamy and biparental care in an externally fertilizing fish, the largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides).  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 267:2431-2437.  pdf

217)  Avise, J.C.  2000.  Cladists in wonderland.  Evolution 54:1828-1832.  pdf

218)  Avise, J.C.  2001.  Cytonuclear genetic signatures of hybridization phenomena:  Rationale, utility, and empirical examples from fishes and other aquatic animals.  Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 10:253-263.  pdf

219)  Jones, A.G., D. Walker, K. Lindström, C. Kvarnemo, and J.C. Avise.  2001.  Surprising similarity of sneaking rates and genetic mating patterns in two populations of sand goby experiencing disparate sexual selection regimes.  Molecular Ecology 10:461-469.  pdf

220)  Avise, J.C. (ed.).  2001.  DNA-based profiling of genetic mating systems and reproductive behaviors in poikilothermic vertebrates.  Journal of Heredity (Presidential Symposium Special Issue) 92:99-211.

221)  Fiumera, A.C., Y.D. DeWoody, J.A. DeWoody, M.A. Asmussen, and J.C. Avise.  2001.  Accuracy and precision of methods to estimate the number of parents contributing to a half-sib progeny array.  Journal of Heredity 92:120-126.  pdf

222)  Jones, A.G. and J.C. Avise.  2001.  Mating systems and sexual selection in male-pregnant pipefishes and seahorses:  insights from microsatellite-based studies of maternity.  Journal of Heredity 92:150-158.  pdf

223)  DeWoody, J.A. and J.C. Avise.  2001.  Genetic perspectives on the natural history of fish mating systems.  Journal of Heredity 92:167-172.  pdf

224)  Pearse, D.E. and J.C. Avise.  2001.  Turtle mating systems:  behavior, sperm storage, and genetic paternity.  Journal of Heredity 92:206-211.  pdf

225)  Avise, J.C.  2001.  Phylogeography.  Pp. 1466-1467 in:  Encyclopedia of Genetics, S. Brenner (ed.).  Academic Press, New York.  pdf

226)  Pearse, D.E., F.J. Janzen, and J.C. Avise.  2001.  Genetic markers substantiate long-term storage and utilization of sperm by female painted turtles.  Heredity 86:378-384.  pdf

227)  McCoy, E.E., A.G. Jones, and J.C. Avise.  2001.  The genetic mating system and tests for cuckoldry in a pipefish species in which males fertilize eggs and brood offspring externally.  Molecular Ecology 10:1793-1800.  pdf

228)  DeWoody, J.A., D.E. Fletcher, S.D. Wilkins, and J.C. Avise.  2001.  Genetic documentation of filial cannibalism in nature.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 98:5090-5092.  pdf

229)  Jones, A.G., D. Walker, C. Kvarnemo, K. Lindström, and J.C. Avise.  2001.  How cuckoldry can decrease the opportunity for sexual selection:  data and theory from a genetic parentage analysis of the sand goby, Pomatoschistus minutusProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 98:9151-9156.  pdf

230)  Avise, J.C.  2001.  An evolutionary-genetic wager.  Skeptical Inquirer 25(5):69.

231)  Jones, A.G., D. Walker, and J.C. Avise.  2001.  Genetic evidence for extreme polyandry and extraordinary sex-role reversal in a pipefish.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 268:2531-2535.  pdf

232)  Avise, J.C.  2001.  Evolving genomic metaphors:  a new look at the language of DNA.  Science 294:86-87.  pdf

233)  Pearse, D.E., C.M. Eckerman, F.J. Janzen, and J.C. Avise.  2001.  A genetic analogue of ‘mark-recapture’ methods for estimating population size:  an approach based on molecular parentage assessments.  Molecular Ecology 10:2711-2718.  pdf

234)  Pearse, D.E., F.J. Janzen, and J.C. Avise.  2002.  Multiple paternity, sperm storage, and reproductive success of female and male painted turtles (Chrysemys picta) in nature.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 51:164-171.  pdf

235)  Avise, J.C.  2002.  Conservation Genetics–  an invited book review.  Quarterly Review of Biology 77:480.

236)  Porter, B.A., A.C. Fiumera, and J.C. Avise.  2002.  Egg mimicry and allopaternal care:  two mate-attracting tactics by which nesting striped darter (Etheostoma virgatum) males enhance reproductive success.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 51:350-359.  pdf

237)  Mackiewicz, M., D.E. Fletcher, S.D. Wilkins, J.A. DeWoody, and J.C. Avise.  2002.  A genetic assessment of parentage in a natural population of dollar sunfish (Lepomis marginatus) based on microsatellite markers.  Molecular Ecology 11:1877-1883.  pdf

238)  Fiumera, A.C., J.A. DeWoody, M.A. Asmussen, and J.C. Avise.  2002.  Estimating the proportion of offspring attributable to candidate adults.  Evolutionary Ecology 16:549-565.  pdf

239)  Avise, J.C., A.G. Jones, D. Walker, J.A. DeWoody, B. Dakin, A. Fiumera, D. Fletcher, M. Mackiewicz, D. Pearse, B. Porter, and S.D. Wilkins.  2002.  Genetic mating systems and reproductive natural histories of fishes:  Lessons for ecology and evolution.  Annual Review of Genetics 36:19-45.  pdf

240)  Walker, D., B.A. Porter, and J.C. Avise.  2002.  Genetic parentage assessment in the crayfish Orconectes placidus, a high-fecundity invertebrate with extended maternal brood care.  Molecular Ecology 11:2115-2122.  pdf

241)  Fiumera, A.C., B.A. Porter, G.D. Grossman, and J.C. Avise.  2002.  Intensive genetic assessment of the mating system and reproductive success in a semi-closed population of the mottled sculpin, Cottus bairdiMolecular Ecology 11:2367-2377.  pdf

242)  Avise, J.C.  2003.  An American naturalist’s impressions on Australian biodiversity and conservation.  Biodiversity and Conservation 12:1-7.  pdf

243)  Avise, J.C.  2003.  Catadromous eels of the North Atlantic:  A review of molecular genetic findings relevant to natural history, population structure, speciation, and phylogeny.  Pp. 31-48 inEel Biology, K. Aida, K. Tsukamoto, and K. Yamauchi (eds.).  Springer-Verlag, Tokyo.

244)  Avise, J.C.  2003.  The best and the worst of times for evolutionary biology.  BioScience 53:247-255.  pdf

245)  Mank, J.E. and J.C. Avise.  2003.  Microsatellite variation and differentiation in North Atlantic eels.  Journal of Heredity 94:310-314.  pdf

246)  Jones, A.G., G.I. Moore, C. Kvarnemo, D. Walker, and J.C. Avise.  2003.  Sympatric speciation as a consequence of male pregnancy in seahorses.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 100:6598-6603.  pdf

247)  Jones, A.G. and J.C. Avise.  2003.  Male pregnancy.  Current Biology 30:R791.  pdf

248)  Avise, J.C.  2004.  Making sense of life:  explaining biological development with models, metaphors, and machines.  Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 47:145-148.  pdf

249)  Avise, J.C.  2004.  Obituary for Marjorie A. Asmussen.  Nature Genetics 36(4):1.  pdf

250)  Avise, J.C., A.J. Power, and D. Walker.  2004.  Genetic sex determination, gender identification, and pseudohermaphroditism in the knobbed whelk, Busycon carica (Mollusca; Melongenidae).  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 271:641-646.  pdf

251)  Avise, J.C.  2004.  Molecular taxonomy.  Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia.  Electronic Publ.

252)  Fletcher, D.E., E.E. Dakin, B.A. Porter, and J.C. Avise.  2004.  Spawning behavior and genetic parentage in the pirate perch (Aphredoderus sayanus), a fish with an enigmatic reproductive morphology.  Copeia 2004:1-10.  pdf

253)  Fiumera, A.C., B.A. Porter, G. Looney, M.A. Asmussen, and J.C. Avise.  2004.  Maximizing offspring production while maintaining genetic diversity in supplemental breeding of highly fecund managed species.  Conservation Biology 18:94-101.  pdf

254)  Avise, J.C.  2004.  A chrestomathy on fishes.  Nature 430:18.  pdf

255)  Dakin, E.E. and J.C. Avise.  2004.  Microsatellite null alleles in parentage analysis.  Heredity 93:504-509. pdf

256)  Avise, J.C.  2004.  What is the field of biogeography, and where is it going?  Taxon 53:893-898.  pdf

257)  Mank, J.E. and J.C. Avise.  2004.  Individual organisms as units of analysis:  Bayesian-clustering alternatives in population genetics.  Genetical Research, 84:135-143. pdf

 

258)  Walker, D., A.J. Power, and J.C. Avise.  2005.  Sex-linked markers facilitate genetic parentage analyses in knobbed whelk broods.  Journal of Heredity 92:108-113.  pdf

259)  Avise, J.C.  2005.  Phylogenetic units and currencies above and below the species level.  Pp. 76-100 in:  Phylogeny and Conservation, A. Purvis, T. Brooks, and J. Gittleman (eds.).  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England.

260)  Jones, A.G., G. Rosenqvist, A. Berglund, and J.C. Avise.  2005.  The measurement of sexual selection using Bateman’s principles: an experimental test in the sex-role-reversed pipefish Syngnathus typhleIntegrative and Comparative Biology 45:874-884.  pdf

261)  Avise, J.C. 2005. Speciation.  Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 48:315-316.

262)  Kuo, C.-H. and J.C. Avise.  2005.  Phylogeographic breaks in low-dispersal species:  the emergence of concordance across gene trees.  Genetica 124:179-186.  pdf

263)  Mank, J.E, D.E.L. Promislow, and J.C. Avise.  2005.  Phylogenetic perspectives on the evolution of parental care in ray-finned fishes.  Evolution 59:1570-1578.  pdf

264)  Mackiewicz, M., B.A. Porter, E.A. Dakin, and J.C. Avise.  2005.  Cuckoldry rates in the molly miller (Scartella cristata;  Blennidae), a hole-nesting marine fish with alternative reproductive tactics.  Marine Biology 148:213-221.  pdf

 

265)  Mank, J.E. and J.C. Avise.  2006.  Supertree analysis of the roles of viviparity and habitat in the evolution of atherinomorph fishes.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19:734-740.  pdf

266)  Mank, J.E., D.E.L. Promislow, and J.C. Avise.  2006.  Evolution of alternative sex-determining mechanisms in Teleost fishes.  Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 87:83-93.  pdf

267)  Mank, J.C. and J.C. Avise.  2006.  Cladogenetic correlates of genomic expansions in the recent evolution of actinopterygiian fishes.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 273:33-38.  pdf

268)  Mank, J.E., D.W. Hall, M. Kirkpatrick, and J.C. Avise.  2006.  Sex chromosomes and male ornaments: a comparative evaluation in ray-finned fishes. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 273:233-236. pdf

269)  Mank, J.E. and J.C. Avise.  2006.  Phylogenetic conservation of chromosome numbers in Actinopterygiian fishes.  Genetica 127:321-327.  pdf

270)  Mackiewicz, M., A. Tatarenkov, A. Perry, J.R. Martin, D.F. Elder, Jr., D.L. Bechler, and J.C. Avise. 2006. Microsatellite documentation of male-mediated outcrossing between inbred laboratory strains of the self-fertilizing mangrove killifish (Kryptolebias marmoratus).  Journal of Heredity 97:508-513.  pdf

271)  Mank, J.E. and J.C. Avise.  2006.  Comparative phylogenetic analysis of male alternative reproductive tactics in ray-finnned fishes.  Evolution 60:1311-1316.  pdf

272)  Avise, J.C.  2006.  The ontogeny of molecular ecology.  Molecular Ecology 15:2687-2689.  pdf

273)  Mank, J.E. and J.C. Avise.  2006.  The evolution of reproductive and genomic diversity in ray-finned fishes: Insights from phylogeny and comparative analysis.  Journal of Fish Biology 69:1-27.  pdf

274)  Mackiewicz, M., A. Tatarenkov, B.J. Turner, and J.C. Avise.  2006.  A mixed-mating strategy in a hermaphroditic vertebrate.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 273:2449-2452. pdf

275)  Tatarenkov, A., F. Barreto, D.L. Winklelman, and J.C. Avise.  2006.  Genetic monogamy in the channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus, a species with uniparental nest guarding.  Copeia 2006:735-741.  pdf

276)  Mackiewicz, M., A. Tatarenkov, D.S. Taylor, B.J. Turner, and J.C. Avise.  2006.  Extensive outcrossing and androdioecy in a vertebrate species that otherwise reproduces as a self-fertilizing hermaphrodite.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 103:9924-9928.  pdf

277)  Walker, D., A.J. Power, M. Sweeney-Reeves, and J.C. Avise.  2007.  Multiple paternity and female sperm usage along egg-case strings of the knobbed whelk, Busycon carica (Mollusca; Melongenidae).  Marine Biology 151:53-61.  pdf

278)  Avise, J.C.  2007.  Twenty-five key evolutionary insights from the phylogeographic revolution in population genetics.  Pp. 7-21 inPhylogeography of Southern European Refugia, S. Weiss and N. Ferrand (eds.).  Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

279)  Avise, J.C. and D. Mitchell.  2007.  Time to standardize taxonomies.  Systematic Biology 56:130-133.  pdf

280)  Avise, J.C.  2007.  Conservation genetics of marine turtles—ten years later.  Pp. 295-314 in: Frontiers in Wildlife Science: Linking Ecological Theory and Management Applications, D. Hewitt and T. Fulbright (eds.).  CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.  pdf

281)  Avise, J.C. and F.J. Ayala.  2007.  In the Light of Evolution I. Adaptation and complex design (an introduction).  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 104:8563-8566.  pdf

282)  Tatarenkov, A., H. Gao, M. Mackiewicz, D.S. Taylor, B.J. Turner, and J.C. Avise. 2007. Strong population structure despite evidence of recent migration in a selfing hermaphroditic vertebrate, the mangrove killifish (Kryptolebias marmoratus).  Molecular Ecology 16:2701-2711.  pdf

283)  Tatarenkov, A. and J.C. Avise.  2007. Rapid concerted evolution in animal mitochondrial DNA. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 274:1795-1798.  pdf

284)  Jones, B., G.D. Grossman, D.C.I. Walsh, B.A. Porter, J.C. Avise, and A.C. Fiumera.  2007.  Estimating differential reproductive success from nests of related individuals, with application to a study of the mottled sculpin, Cottus bairdi. Genetics 176:2427-2439.  pdf

285)  Avise, J.C.  2007.  Turquoise-tipped Darner (Rhionaeschna psilus) in California.  Argia 19(3):33.

286)  Kuo, C.-H. and J.C. Avise.  2008.  Does organismal pedigree impact the magnitude of topological congruence among gene trees for unlinked loci?  Genetica 132:219-225.  pdf

287)  Franks, S.J., J.C. Avise, W.E. Bradshaw, J.K. Conner, J.R. Etterson, S.J. Mazer, R.G. Shaw, and A.E. Weis.  2008.  The resurrection initiative: storing ancestral genotypes to capture evolution in action.  BioScience 58:870-873.  pdf

288)  Avise, J.C.  2008.  The history, purview, and future of conservation genetics.  Pp. 5-15 inConservation Biology: Evolution in Action, S.P. Carroll and C.W. Fox (eds.).  Oxford University Press, Oxford, U.K.  pdf

289)  Avise, J.C., S.P. Hubbell, and F.J. Ayala.  2008.  In the Light of Evolution II. Biodiversity and extinction (an introduction).  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 105:11453-11457.  pdf

290)  Avise, J.C.  2008.  Three ambitious (and rather unorthodox) assignments for the field of biodiversity genetics.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 105:11564-11570.  pdf

291)  Avise, J.C.  2008.  The natural history of the sexual genome: proactive drivers and passive drifters. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 51:484-489.  pdf

292)  Avise, J.C. and T.J. Robinson.  2008.  Hemiplasy: a new term in the lexicon of phylogenetics.  Systematic Biology 57:503-507.  pdf

293)  Robinson, T.J., A. Ruiz-Herrera, and J.C. Avise.  2008.  Hemiplasy and homoplasy in the karyotypic phylogenies of mammals.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 105:14477-14481.  pdf

294)  Auster, P.J., R. Fujita, S.R. Kellert, J.C. Avise, C. Campagna, B. Cuker, P. Dayton, B. Henneman, R. Kenchington, G. Stone, G.N. Di Sciara, and P. Glynn.  2008.  Developing an ocean ethic: science, utility, aesthetics, self-interest and different ways of knowing.  Conservation Biology 23:233-235.  pdf

295)  Barreto, F.S. and J.C. Avise.  2008.  Polygynandry and sexual size dimorphism in the sea spider Ammothea hilgendorfi (Pycnogonida: Ammotheidae), a marine arthropod with brood-carrying males.  Molecular Ecology 17:4164-4175.  pdf

296)  Tatarenkov, A., C.I.M. Healey, G.F. Grether, and J.C. Avise.  2008.  Pronounced reproductive skew in a natural population of green swordtails, Xiphophorus helleriMolecular Ecology 17:4522-4534.  pdf

297)  Avise, J.C.  2008.  Preface.   p. iii in:  Phylogeography The History and Formation of Species (Japanese translation), T. Mukai, K. Mabuchi, M. Nohara, F. Muto, and M. Nishida (eds.). University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo, Japan.

298)  Mank, J.E. and J.C. Avise.  2009.  Evolutionary diversity and turn-over of sex determination in teleost fishes.  Sexual Development 3:60-67.  pdf

299)  Avise, J.C. and J.E. Mank.  2009.  Evolutionary perspectives on hermaphroditism in fishes.  Sexual Development 3:152-163.  pdf

300)  Avise, J.C.  2009.  Timetrees: Beyond cladograms, phenograms, and phylograms.  Pp. 19-25 in:  Timetrees of Life, B. Hedges and S. Kumar (eds.).  Oxford University Press, Oxford, U.K.  pdf

301)  Avise, J.C.  2009.  Phylogeography: retrospect and prospect.  Journal of Biogeography 36:3-15.  pdf

302)  Ayala, F.J. and J.C. Avise.  2009.  Darwin at 200.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 106:2475-2476.  pdf

303)  Avise, J.C.  2009.  Q & A.  Current Biology 19:673-674.  pdf

304)  Avise, J.C. and F.J. Ayala.  2009.  In the Light of Evolution III. Two Centuries of Darwin (an introduction).  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 106:9933-9938.  pdf

305)  Byrne, R.J. and J.C. Avise.  2009.  Multiple paternity and extra-group fertilizations in a natural population of California grunion (Leuresthes tenuis), a beach-spawning marine fish.  Marine Biology 156:1681-1690.  pdf

306)  Tatarenkov, A., S.M.Q. Lima, D.S. Taylor, and J.C. Avise.  2009.  Long-term retention of self-fertilization in a fish clade. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 106:14456-14459.  pdf

307)  Avise, J.C.  2010. Conservation genetics enters the genomics era.  Conservation Genetics 11:665-669. pdf

 

308)  Habel, J.C., T. Assmann, T. Schmitt, and J.C. Avise.  2010.  Relict species—from past to future.  Pp. 1-5 inRelict Species: Phylogeography and Conservation Biology, J. Habel and T. Assmann (eds.).  Springer, New York.

309)  Roman, J., P.R. Ehrlich, R.M. Pringle, and J.C. Avise.  2010.  Facing extinction: nine steps to save biodiversity.  Solutions 1:50-61.  pdf

310)  Tatarenkov, A., C.I.M. Healey, and J.C. Avise.  2010.  Microgeographic population structure of green swordtail fish: genetic differentiation despite abundant migration. Molecular Ecology 19:257-268.  pdf

311) Avise, J.C. and Ayala, F.J. 2010.  In the Light of Evolution IV. The Human Condition (introduction). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 107 (Suppl):8897-8901. pdf

312)  Avise, J.C.  2010.  Footprints of non-sentient design inside the human genome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 107 (Suppl.):8969-8976.  pdf

313)  DeWoody, J.A., M.C. Hale, and J.C. Avise.  2010.  Vertebrate sex-determining genes and their potential utility in conservation, with particular emphasis on fishes.  Pp. 74 – 99 in: Molecular Approaches in Natural Resource Conservation, J.A. DeWoody, J.W. Bickham, C. Michler, K. Nichols, O.E. Rhodes, and K. Woeste, eds. Cambridge University Press, New York.  pdf

314)  Avise, J.C.  2010.  The human genome: The devil is in the details (or, to err is divine but to forgive is human). Galileu Magazine, April issue: 86-87.  pdf

315)  Avise, J.C.  2010.  Introduction: What is “the organismal side” of molecular ecology and evolution?  Pp. xi-xvii in:  Molecular Ecology and Evolution: the Organismal Side, J.C. Avise (ed.).  World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore.

316)  Barreto, F.S. and J.C. Avise.  2010.  Quantitative measures of sexual selection reveal no evidence for sex-role reversal in a sea spider with prolonged paternal care.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 277:2951-2956.  pdf

317)  Avise, J.C.  2010.  Reply to Chapman: Perfect imperfection? PNAS online 107:E120.  pdf

318)  Avise, J.C.  2010.  Reply to Murray and Schloss:  Designer Genes?  PNAS online. 107:E122.  pdf

319)  Tatarenkov, A., B.C. Ring, J.F. Elder, D.L. Bechler and J.C. Avise.  2010.  Genetic composition of laboratory stocks of the self-fertilizing fish Kryptolebias marmoratus: A valuable resource for experimental research.  PLoS ONE 5(9):e12863 [doi:1371/journal.pone.0012863].  pdf

320)  Avise, J.C. and J.-X. Liu.  2010.  Multiple mating and its relationship to alternative modes of gestation in male-pregnant versus female-pregnant fish species.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 107:18915-18920.  pdf

321)  Avise, J.C.  2011.  Interview with John C. Avise: recipient of the 2009 Alfred Russel award.  Frontiers in Biogeography 2:103-111.  pdf

322)  Avise, J.C. and J.-X. Liu.  2011.  On the temporal inconsistencies of Linnean taxonomic ranks.  Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 102:707-714.  pdf

323)  Liu, J.-X. and J.C. Avise.  2011.  High degree of multiple paternity in the viviparous shiner perch, Cymatogaster aggregata, a fish with long-term female sperm storage. Marine Biology 158:893-301.  pdf

324)  Avise, J.C.  2011.  Catadromous eels continue to be slippery research subjects. Molecular Ecology 20:1317-1319.  pdf

325)  Lukoschek, V. and J.C. Avise.  2011.  Development of ten polymorphic microsatellite loci for the sea snake Hydrophis elegans (Elapidae: Hydrophiinae) and cross-species amplification for fifteen more marine hydrophine species. Conservation Genetics Resources 3:497-501.  pdf

326)  Lukoschek, V. and J.C. Avise.  2011.  Genetic monandry in six viviparous species of true sea snakes. Journal of Heredity 102:347-351.  pdf

327)  Lukoschek, V., S. Keogh, and J.C. Avise.  2011.  Evaluating fossil calibrations for dating phylogenies in light of rates of molecular evolution: a comparison of three approaches. Systematic Biology 61:22-43.  pdf

328)  Barreto, F.S. and J.C. Avise.  2011.  The genetic mating system of a sea spider with male-biased sexual size dimorphism: evidence for paternity skew despite random mating success.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65:1595-1604. pdf

329)  Kumar, R.J.B., G. Bernardi, and J.C. Avise.  2011.  Spatio-temporal genetic structure in a protected marine fish, the California grunion (Leuresthes tenuis), and relatedness in the genus Leuresthes. Journal of Heredity, in press.

330)  Avise, J.C. and J.-X. Liu.  2011.  Multiple mating and its relationship to brood size in pregnant fishes versus pregnant mammals and other viviparous vertebrates. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 108:7091-7095.  pdf

331)  Strassmann J.E., D.C. Queller, J.C. Avise, and F.J. Ayala.  2011.  In the Light of Evolution V. Cooperation and conflict (an introduction). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 108 (Suppl. 2):10787-10791.  pdf

332)  Ridley, P., D. Millar, and J.C. Avise. 2011. Common Birds of Upper Newport Bay. Newport Bay Conservancy Special Publication (94 pp.).

333)  Liu J.-X., A. Tatarenkov, T.D. Beacham, V. Gorbachev, S. Wildes, and J.C. Avise.  2011.  Effects of Pleistocene Climatic Fluctuations on the Phylogeographic and Demographic Histories of Pacific Herring (Clupea pallasi).  Molecular Ecology 20:3879-3893. pdf

334)  Avise, J.C., A. Tatarenkov, and J.-X. Liu.  2011.  Multiple mating and clutch size in invertebrate brooders versus pregnant vertebrates. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 108:11512-11517.  pdf

335)  Tatarenkov, A., S.M.Q. Lima, and J.C. Avise.  2011. Extreme homogeneity and low genetic diversity in Kryptolebias ocellatus from southeastern Brazil suggest a recent foundation for this androdioecious fish population.  Journal of  Fish Biology 79:2095-2105.  pdf

336)  Avise, J.C.  2011.  Phylogeography.  InBrenner’s Online Encyclopedia of Genetics, Maloy, S. and K. Hughes, eds.  Academic Press, New York.

337)  Avise, J.C.  2012.  Clones, hermaphrodites, and pregnancies: Nature’s oddities offer evolutionary lessons on reproduction.  Journal of Zoology 286:1-14.  pdf

338)  Avise, J.C.  2012.  Educational lessons from evolutionary properties of the sexual genome.  Pp. 249-265 in: Philosophical Issues in Biology Education, Kampourakis, K. ed.  Springer, New York. pdf

339)  Byrne, R.J. and J.C. Avise.  2012.  Genetic mating system of the brown smoothhound shark (Mustelus henlei), including a literature review of multiple paternity in other elasmobranch species  Marine Biology 159:749-756. pdf

340) Tatarenkov, A., R.L. Earley, D.S. Taylor, and J.C. Avise. 2012. Microvolutionary distribution of isogenicity in a self-fertilizing fish (Kryptolebias marmoratus) in the Florida Keys. Integrative and Comparative Biology, in press. pdf

341) Lukoschek, V. and J.C. Avise. 2012. Development of eleven polymorphic microsatellite loci for the sea snake Emydocephalus annulatus (Elapidae:Hydrophiinae) and cross-species amplification for seven species in the sister genus Aipysurus. Conservation Genetics Resources 4:11-14. pdf

342) Striedter, G.F., J.C. Avise, and F.J. Ayala.  2012.  In the Light of Evolution VI. Brain and Behavior (an introduction). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 109 (Suppl. 1):10607-10611. pdf

343) Avise, J.C. and A. Tatarenkov. 2012. Allard’s argument versus Baker’s contention for the adaptive significance of selfing in a hermaphroditic fish. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 109:18862-18867. pdf

344) Liu, J., A. Tatarenkov, T.A. O’Rear, P.B. Moyle, and J.C. Avise. 2013. Molecular evidence for multiple paternity in a population of the viviparous tule perch Hysterocarpus traksi. Journal of Heredity 104:217-222. pdf

345)  Cela-Conde, C.J., R.G. Lombardo, J.C. Avise, and F.J. Ayala. 2014.  In the Light of Evolution VII. The Human Mental Machinery (an introduction). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 110 (suppl. 2):10339-10342. pdf

346)  Ayala, F.J. and J.C. Avise.  2013.  Introduction. Pp. ix-xiii in: Essential Readings in Evolutionary Biology, Ayala, F.J. and J.C. Avise (eds.). Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD.

347)  Skyrms, B., J.C. Avise, and F.J. Ayala. 2014.  In the Light of Evolution VIII.  Darwinian Thinking in the Social Sciences (an introduction). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA (suppl. 3):10781-10784.

348) Mesak, F., A. Tatarenkov, R.L. Earley, and J.C. Avise. 2014. Hundreds of SNPs versus dozens of SSRs: which dataset better characterizes natural clonal lineages in a self-fertilizing fish?  Frontiers in Ecology and Evoluton, in press.