Joseph F. Walker
Joseph F. Walker
University of Cambridge
Verified email at umich.edu
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Phyx: phylogenetic tools for unix
JW Brown, JF Walker, SA Smith
Bioinformatics 33 (12), 1886-1888, 2017
672017
Quartet Sampling distinguishes lack of support from conflicting support in the green plant tree of life
JB Pease, JW Brown, JF Walker, CE Hinchliff, SA Smith
American journal of botany 105 (3), 385-403, 2018
622018
Comparative analysis of complete chloroplast genome sequence and inversion variation in Lasthenia burkei (Madieae, Asteraceae)
JF Walker, MJ Zanis, NC Emery
American journal of botany 101 (4), 722-729, 2014
552014
So many genes, so little time: A practical approach to divergence-time estimation in the genomic era
SA Smith, JW Brown, JF Walker
PloS one 13 (5), e0197433, 2018
542018
Improved transcriptome sampling pinpoints 26 ancient and more recent polyploidy events in Caryophyllales, including two allopolyploidy events
Y Yang, MJ Moore, SF Brockington, J Mikenas, J Olivieri, JF Walker, ...
new phytologist 217 (2), 855-870, 2018
412018
Disparity, diversity, and duplications in the Caryophyllales
SA Smith, JW Brown, Y Yang, R Bruenn, CP Drummond, SF Brockington, ...
New Phytologist 217 (2), 836-854, 2018
412018
Widespread paleopolyploidy, gene tree conflict, and recalcitrant relationships among the carnivorous Caryophyllales
JF Walker, Y Yang, MJ Moore, J Mikenas, A Timoneda, SF Brockington, ...
American journal of botany 104 (6), 858-867, 2017
382017
From cacti to carnivores: Improved phylotranscriptomic sampling and hierarchical homology inference provide further insight into the evolution of Caryophyllales
JF Walker, Y Yang, T Feng, A Timoneda, J Mikenas, V Hutchison, ...
American journal of botany 105 (3), 446-462, 2018
362018
Analyzing contentious relationships and outlier genes in phylogenomics
JF Walker, JW Brown, SA Smith
Systematic biology, 2018
342018
Sources of inversion variation in the small single copy (SSC) region of chloroplast genomes
JF Walker, RK Jansen, MJ Zanis, NC Emery
American Journal of Botany 102 (11), 1751-1752, 2015
312015
Characterizing gene tree conflict in plastome-inferred phylogenies
JF Walker, N Walker-Hale, OM Vargas, DA Larson, GW Stull
PeerJ 7, e7747, 2019
252019
Spalt expression and the development of melanic color patterns in pierid butterflies
AM Stoehr, JF Walker, A Monteiro
EvoDevo 4 (1), 1-11, 2013
252013
Evolution of Portulacineae marked by gene tree conflict and gene family expansion associated with adaptation to harsh environments
N Wang, Y Yang, MJ Moore, SF Brockington, JF Walker, JW Brown, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 36 (1), 112-126, 2019
142019
An efficient field and laboratory workflow for plant phylotranscriptomic projects
Y Yang, MJ Moore, SF Brockington, A Timoneda, T Feng, HE Marx, ...
Applications in Plant Sciences 5 (3), 2017
142017
Py PHLAWD: A python tool for phylogenetic dataset construction
SA Smith, JF Walker
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (1), 104-108, 2019
122019
Phylogenetic conflicts, combinability, and deep phylogenomics in plants
SA Smith, N Walker-Hale, JF Walker, JW Brown
Systematic Biology 69 (3), 579-592, 2020
112020
Grow Where You Thrive, or Where Only You Can Survive? An Analysis of Performance Curve Evolution in a Clade with Diverse Habitat Affinities
SB Tittes, JF Walker, L Torres-Martínez, NC Emery
The American Naturalist 193 (4), 530-544, 2019
82019
A consensus phylogenomic approach highlights paleopolyploid and rapid radiation in the history of Ericales
DA Larson, JF Walker, OM Vargas, SA Smith
American Journal of Botany, 2020
42020
Intragenic Conflict in Phylogenomic Data Sets
SA Smith, N Walker-Hale, JF Walker
Molecular Biology and Evolution 37 (11), 3380-3388, 2020
12020
Global transcriptional differences in myokine and inflammatory genes in muscle of mature steer progeny are related to maternal lactation diet and muscle composition
TM Casey, JF Walker, K Bhide, J Thimmapuram, JP Schoonmaker
Physiological genomics 50 (10), 884-892, 2018
12018
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