Kevin E. Omland
Kevin E. Omland
Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, EandE@UMBC, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
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TitleCited byYear
Species-level paraphyly and polyphyly: frequency, causes, and consequences, with insights from animal mitochondrial DNA
DJ Funk, KE Omland
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 34, 397-423, 2003
18922003
Reconstructing ancestral character states: a critical reappraisal
CW Cunningham, KE Omland, TH Oakley
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 13 (9), 361-366, 1998
5061998
Examining two standard assumptions of ancestral reconstructions: repeated loss of dichromatism in dabbling ducks (Anatini)
KE Omland
Evolution 51 (5), 1636-1646, 1997
1871997
A molecular phylogeny of the New World orioles (Icterus): the importance of dense taxon sampling
KE Omland, SM Lanyon, SJ Fritz
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 12 (2), 224-239, 1999
1821999
RECONSTRUCTING PLUMAGE EVOLUTION IN ORIOLES (ICTERUS): REPEATED CONVERGENCE AND REVERSAL IN PATTERNS
KE Omland, SM Lanyon
Evolution 54 (6), 2119-2133, 2000
1702000
Female song is widespread and ancestral in songbirds
KJ Odom, ML Hall, K Riebel, KE Omland, NE Langmore
Nature Communications 5, 3379, 2014
1642014
Methods in comparative phylogeography, and their application to studying evolution in the North American aridlands
RM Zink
Integrative and Comparative Biology 42 (5), 953-959, 2002
1542002
Nuclear loci and coalescent methods support ancient hybridization as cause of mitochondrial paraphyly between gadwall and falcated duck (Anas spp.)
JL Peters, Y Zhuravlev, I Fefelov, A Logie, KE Omland
Evolution 61 (8), 1992-2006, 2007
1492007
Correlated rates of molecular and morphological evolution
KE Omland
Evolution 51 (5), 1381-1393, 1997
1461997
The assumptions and challenges of ancestral state reconstructions
KE Omland
Systematic biology 48 (3), 604-611, 1999
1351999
Cryptic genetic variation and paraphyly in ravens
KE Omland, CL Tarr, WI Boarman, JM Marzluff, RC Fleischer
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
1292000
Genetic signatures of intermediate divergence: population history of Old and New World Holarctic ravens (Corvus corax)
KE Omland, JM Baker, JL Peters
Molecular Ecology 15 (3), 795-808, 2006
1232006
Female mallard mating preferences for multiple male ornaments II. experimental variation
KE Omland
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 39 (6), 361-366, 1996
123*1996
Female mallard mating preferences for multiple male ornaments: I. natural variation.
KE Omland
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 39 (6), 353-360, 1996
1231996
A molecular phylogeny of the blackbirds (Icteridae): five lineages revealed by cytochrome-b sequence data
SM Lanyon, KE Omland
The Auk 116 (3), 629-639, 1999
1181999
Tree thinking for all biology: the problem with reading phylogenies as ladders of progress
KE Omland, LG Cook, MD Crisp
BioEssays 30 (9), 854-867, 2008
1132008
Novel Intron Phylogeny Supports Plumage Convergence in Orioles (Icterus)
E Sanders Allen, KE Omland
The Auk 120 (4), 961-969, 2003
1062003
ROWLEY REVIEW: Phylogeography: its development and impact in Australo-Papuan ornithology with special reference to paraphyly in Australian birds
L Joseph, KE Omland
Emu 109 (1), 1-23, 2009
97*2009
Late Pleistocene divergence between eastern and western populations of wood ducks (Aix sponsa) inferred by the ‘isolation with migration’ coalescent method
JL Peters, W Gretes, KE Omland
Molecular Ecology 14 (11), 3407-3418, 2005
932005
Losses of female song with changes from tropical to temperate breeding in the New World blackbirds
JJ Price, SM Lanyon, KE Omland
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1664), 1971-1980, 2009
922009
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