POINTS OF VIEW
- Biogeography and floral evolution of baobabs
(Adansonia, Bombacaceae) as inferred from multiple data sets--- David A. Baum,
Randall L. Small, and Jonathan F. Wendel
- Genetic distances and ordination: the land snail
Helix aspersa in North Africa as a test case--- Annie Guiller, Alain
Bellido, and Luc Madec
- Phylogenetic analysis and intraspecific variation:
performance of parsimony, likelihood, and distance methods--- John J. Wiens and Maria R.
- Landmark based thin-plate spline relative warp analysis
of gastropod shells--- J. R. Stone
- The relative success of methods for measuring and
describing the shape of complex objects--- Tracy McLellan and John A. Endler
- Data decisiveness, data quality, and incongruence
in phylogenetic analysis: an example from the monocotyledons using mitochondrial atpA
sequences--- Jerrold I. Davis, Mark P. Simmons, Dennis W. Stevenson, and Jonathan F. Wendel
- Phylogeny of frogs of the Physalaemus pustulosus
species group with an examination of data incongruence--- David C. Cannatella, David M.
Hillis, Paul T. Chippindale, Lee Weight, A. Stanley Rand, and Michael J. Ryan
- Influence of alignment on the mtDNA phylogeny of Cetacea: questionable support for a
Mysticeti/Physeteroidea clade--- Salvatore Cerchio and Priscilla Tucker
- Partial-warps, phylogeny and ontogeny: a reply to Adams and Rosenberg--- Miriam Leah Zelditch and William L. Fink
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