Lyn Cook
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Refined global analysis of Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Sternorrhyncha: Aleyrodoidea: Aleyrodidae) mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase 1 to identify species level genetic boundaries
A Dinsdale, L Cook, C Riginos, YM Buckley, P De Barro
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 103 (2), 196-208, 2010
Phylogenetic biome conservatism on a global scale
MD Crisp, MTK Arroyo, LG Cook, MA Gandolfo, GJ Jordan, MS McGlone, ...
Nature 458 (7239), 754-756, 2009
Radiation of the Australian flora: what can comparisons of molecular phylogenies across multiple taxa tell us about the evolution of diversity in present–day communities?
M Crisp, L Cook, D Steane
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 2004
Phylogenetic endemism: a new approach for identifying geographical concentrations of evolutionary history
DAN Rosauer, SW Laffan, MD Crisp, SC Donnellan, LG Cook
Molecular ecology 18 (19), 4061-4072, 2009
Decline of a biome: evolution, contraction, fragmentation, extinction and invasion of the Australian mesic zone biota
M Byrne, DA Steane, L Joseph, DK Yeates, GJ Jordan, D Crayn, K Aplin, ...
Journal of biogeography 38 (9), 1635-1656, 2011
Biogeography of the Australian monsoon tropics
DMJS Bowman, GK Brown, MF Braby, JR Brown, LG Cook, MD Crisp, ...
Journal of Biogeography 37 (2), 201-216, 2010
Hypothesis testing in biogeography
MD Crisp, SA Trewick, LG Cook
Trends in ecology & evolution 26 (2), 66-72, 2011
Phylogenetic niche conservatism: what are the underlying evolutionary and ecological causes?
MD Crisp, LG Cook
New Phytologist 196 (3), 681-694, 2012
Flammable biomes dominated by eucalypts originated at the Cretaceous–Palaeogene boundary
MD Crisp, GE Burrows, LG Cook, AH Thornhill, DMJS Bowman
Nature Communications 2 (1), 1-8, 2011
Do early branching lineages signify ancestral traits?
MD Crisp, LG Cook
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 20 (3), 122-128, 2005
Not so ancient: the extant crown group of Nothofagus represents a post-Gondwanan radiation
LG Cook, MD Crisp
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1580), 2535-2544, 2005
Explosive radiation or cryptic mass extinction? Interpreting signatures in molecular phylogenies
MD Crisp, LG Cook
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 63 (9), 2257-2265, 2009
Phylogeny and higher classification of the scale insects (Hemiptera: Sternorrhyncha: Coccoidea)
PJ Gullan, LG Cook
Zootaxa 1668 (1), 413-425, 2007
Cenozoic extinctions account for the low diversity of extant gymnosperms compared with angiosperms
MD Crisp, LG Cook
New Phytologist 192 (4), 997-1009, 2011
Directional asymmetry of long‐distance dispersal and colonization could mislead reconstructions of biogeography
LG Cook, MD Crisp
Journal of biogeography 32 (5), 741-754, 2005
Need morphology always be required for new species descriptions?
LG Cook, RD Edwards, MD Crisp, NB Hardy
Invertebrate systematics 24 (3), 322-326, 2010
A preliminary phylogeny of the scale insects (Hemiptera: Sternorrhyncha: Coccoidea) based on nuclear small-subunit ribosomal DNA
LG Cook, PJ Gullan, HE Trueman
Molecular phylogenetics and Evolution 25 (1), 43-52, 2002
How was the Australian flora assembled over the last 65 million years? A molecular phylogenetic perspective
MD Crisp, LG Cook
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 44, 303-324, 2013
A congruent molecular signature of vicariance across multiple plant lineages
MD Crisp, LG Cook
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 43 (3), 1106-1117, 2007
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
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