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  • Swenson, J.D., J. Klomp, R.A. Fisher and K.D. Crow. 2018. How the Devil Ray Got Its Horns: The Evolution and Development of Cephalic Lobes in Myliobatid Stingrays (Batoidea: Myliobatidae). Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution.

  • Hall, K., J.D. Swenson, A. Summers and K.D. Crow. 2018. The evolution of underwater flight: the redistribution of pectoral fin rays, in manta rays and their relatives (Myliobatidae). Journal of Morphology.

  • Barry, S.N. and K.D. Crow. 2017. The role of HoxA11 and HoxA13 in the evolution of novel fin morphologies in a representative batoid (Leucoraja erinacea). EvoDevo 24.

  • Saarman, N., G. Short, B. Simisan, A. Sellas, T. Hoang, C. Grace, B. Tate, K.D. Crow-Sanchez and H. Hamilton. 2016. Molecular Phylogeny and Patterns of Diversification in Syngnathid Fishes. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution Submitted.

  • Archambeault, S. and K.D. Crow. 2015. Reproduction, larviculture, and early development of the Bluebanded goby, Lythrypnus dalli, an emerging model organism for studies in evolutionary developmental biology and sexual plasticity. Aquaculture Research.

  • LaBrecque, J.R., Y.R. Alva-Campbell, S. Archambeault and K.D. Crow. 2014. Multiple paternity is a shared reproductive strategy in the live-bearing surfperches (Embiotocidae) that may be associated with female fitness. Ecology and Evolution. 4: 2316-2329.

  • Archambeault, S., J. Taylor and K.D. Crow. 2014. HoxA and HoxD expression in a variety of vertebrate body plan features reveals an ancient origin for the reverse collinear expression pattern. EvoDevo 5.

  • Chiquillo, K.L., D.A. Ebert, C. Slager and K.D. Crow-Sanchez. 2014. The secret of the mermaid's purse: Phylogenetic affinities within the Rajidae and the evolution of a novel reproductive strategy in skates. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution.

  • Crow-Sanchez, K.D., C.D. Smith, J.F. Cheng, G.P. Wagner and C.T. Amemiya. 2012. An independent genome duplication inferred from Hox paralogs in the American paddlefish--a representative basal ray-finned fish and important comparative reference. Genome Biology and Evolution 4: 937-53.

  • Maxfield, J.M., J.L. Van Tassell, C.M. St. Mary, J. Joyeux and K.D. Crow-Sanchez. 2012. Extreme gender flexibility: A phylogenetic look at the evolution of variation in sex allocation, phylogeography, and speciation in a genus of bidirectional sex changing fishes (Lythrypnus). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution.

  • Crow-Sanchez, K.D., H. Munehara and G. Bernardi. 2010. Sympatric speciation in a genus of marine reef fishes. Molecular Ecology (with cover photo and perspective by Kathryn Elmer and Axel Meyer) 19: 2089-2105.

  • Crow, K.D., C. Amemiya, J. Roth and G.P. Wagner. 2009. Hypermutability of HoxA13a and functional divergence from its paralog are associated with the origin of a novel developmental feature in zebrafish and related taxa (Cypriniformes). Evolution.

  • Crow, K.D., H. Munehara, Z. Kanamoto, A. Balanov, D. Antonenko and G. Bernardi. 2007. Maintenance of species boundaries despite rampant hybridization between three species of reef fishes (Hexagrammidae): Implications of the role of selection. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 91: 135-147.

  • Crow, K.D., P.F. Stadler, V.J. Lynch, C. Amemiya and G.P. Wagner. 2006. The “fish specific” Hox cluster duplication is coincident with the origin of teleosts. Molecular Biology and Evolution 23: 121-136.

  • Crow, K.D. and G.P. Wagner. 2006. What is the role of genome duplication in the evolution of complexity and diversity in vertebrates? Molecular Biology and Evolution 23: 887-892.

  • Brian, M.D., K. Takahashi, K.D. Crow, C. Amemiya, D.F. Nonaka and G.P. Wagner. 2005. Expression of Hoxa-11 and Hoxa-13 in the pectoral fin of a basal ray finned fish, Polyodon spathula: implications for the origin of tetrapod limbs. Evolution and Development 7: 186-195.

  • Crow, K.D. and Z. Kanamoto. 2004. Molecular phylogeny of the hexagrammid fishes using a multi-locus approach. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 32: 986-997.

  • Crow, K.D., D.A. Powers and G. Bernardi. 1997. Evidence for multiple maternal contributors in nests of kelp greenling (Hexagrammos decagrammus, Hexagrammidae). Copeia 1997: 9-15.

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  • RUI: Investigating the role of duplicate genes in the evolution of novelty using a representative from a basal ray-finned fish lineage as a comparative reference

  • RUI: There could be more to the Hox code than you thought: the role of the "Hox fin/limb building toolkit" genes in the evolution and development of vertebrate diversity

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