A M Paterson

Summary

Affiliation: Lincoln University
Country: New Zealand

Publications

  1. ncbi Seabird and louse coevolution: complex histories revealed by 12S rRNA sequences and reconciliation analyses
    A M Paterson
    Ecology and Entomology Group, Lincoln University, P O Box 84, Lincoln, New Zealand
    Syst Biol 49:383-99. 2000
  2. ncbi Analytical approaches to measuring cospeciation of host and parasites: through a glass, darkly
    A M Paterson
    Ecology and Entomology Group, Lincoln University, P O Box 84, Lincoln, New Zealand
    Int J Parasitol 31:1012-22. 2001
  3. ncbi Cophylogenetic relationships between penguins and their chewing lice
    J C Banks
    Bioprotection and Ecology Division, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    J Evol Biol 19:156-66. 2006

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Publications3

  1. ncbi Seabird and louse coevolution: complex histories revealed by 12S rRNA sequences and reconciliation analyses
    A M Paterson
    Ecology and Entomology Group, Lincoln University, P O Box 84, Lincoln, New Zealand
    Syst Biol 49:383-99. 2000
    ..The sequence data also supported some of the postulated host-switching events. These results demonstrate the value of sequence data and reconciliation analyses in unraveling complex histories between hosts and their parasites...
  2. ncbi Analytical approaches to measuring cospeciation of host and parasites: through a glass, darkly
    A M Paterson
    Ecology and Entomology Group, Lincoln University, P O Box 84, Lincoln, New Zealand
    Int J Parasitol 31:1012-22. 2001
    ..Here we review several methods of analysing cospeciation. We illustrate these methods with an example from a Procellariiformes (seabird) and chewing louse (Halipeurus) association...
  3. ncbi Cophylogenetic relationships between penguins and their chewing lice
    J C Banks
    Bioprotection and Ecology Division, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    J Evol Biol 19:156-66. 2006
    ..Despite the paucity of cospeciation, there is support for significant congruence between the louse and penguin phylogenies due to possible failure to speciate events (parasites not speciating in response to their hosts speciating)...