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Literature Guide

In this section we provide literature referred to in the webpages on our lamprey project. If a citation is not present in this section that is referenced in our pages please contact Richard L. Mayden for the information.

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Avise, J.C.  1989.  Gene trees and organismal histories: a phylogenetic approach to population biology.  Evolution 43:1192-1208.

Bahr, K. 1933. Das Flüssneunauge (Lampetra fluviatilis) als Urheber von Fischverletzungen. Mitt. dt. SeefischVer. 49:3-8.

Bailey, R. M. 1980. Comments on the classification and nomenclature of lampreys - an alternative view. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 37: 1626-1629.

Baldwin, J., K. Mortimer, & A. Patak. 1988. Evolutionary relationships among lamprey families: amino acid composition analysis of lactate dehydrogenase. Biochem. Syst. Ecol. 16:351-353.

Banarescu, P. 1990. Zoogeography of fresh waters, Vol. I. AULA-Verlag, Wiesbaden.

Bardack, D. 1979. Fishes of the Mazon Creek fauna. In: M. H. Nitecki, Ed., Mazon

Bardack, D. & R. Zangerl. 1968. First fossil lamprey: a record from the Pennsylvanian of Illinois. Science 1962:1265-1267.

Bardack, D. & R. Zangerl. 1971. Lampreys in the fossil record. In: M. W. Hardisty & I. Potter Eds. The Biology of Lampreys. Academic Press, London. 67-84.

Beamish, R. J. 1980. Adult biology of the river lamprey (Lampetra ayresi) and the pacific lamprey (Lampetra tridentata) from the Pacific coast of Canada. Can J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 37:1906-1923.

Beamish, R. J. 1982. Lampetra macrostoma, a new species of freshwater parasitic lamprey from the west coast of Canada. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 39:736-747.

Beamish, R. J. 1987. Evidence that parasitic and nonparasitic life history types are produced by one population of lamprey. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 44:1779-1782.

Beamish, R. J. & C. E. M. Neville. 1992. The importance of size as an isolating mechanism in lampreys. Copeia 1992:191-196.

Berg, L. S. 1931. A review of the lampreys of the northern hemisphere. Ezheg. Zool. Muz. 32: 87-116.

Berg, L. S. 1940. Classification of fishes, both recent and fossil. Trav. Inst. Acad. Sci. URSS 5: 87-517.

Berra, T. M. 1981. An atlas of distribution of the freshwater fish families of the world. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln.

Birstein, V. J. & R. DeSalle. 1998. Molecular phylogeny of Acipenserinae. Mol. Phylog. and Evol. 9:141-155.

Birstein, V. J., R. Hanner & R. DeSalle.  1997. Phylogeny of the Acipenseriformes: cytogenetic and molecular approaches. Environ. Bio. Fishes 48:127-155.

Bremer, K. 1988. The limits of amino acid sequence data in angiosperm phylogenetic reconstruction. Evolution 42:795-803.

Bremer, K. 1994. Branch support and tree stability. Cladistics 10:295-304.

Brooks, D. R. & D. A. McLennan. 1991. Phylogeny, ecology, and behavior.  Univ. Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois

Brooks, D. R. & E. O. Wiley. 1985. Theories and methods in different approaches to phylogenetic systematics. Cladistics 1:1-12.

Brundin, L. 1966. Transanarctic relationships and their significance, as evidenced by chironomid midges.  Kungl. Svenska Vetenskap. Handl. 11:1-472.

Bull, J. J., J. P. Huelsenbeck, C. W. Cunningham, D. L. Swofford & P. J. Waddell. 1993. Partitioning and combining data in phylogenetic analysis. Syst. Biol. 42:384-397.

Carol, R. L. 1988. Vertebrate paleontology and evolution. W. H. Freeman, New York.

Cavender, T. M., & M. M. Coburn.  1992. Phylogenetic relationships of North American Cyprinidae.  In: R. L. Mayden Ed. Systematics, Historical Ecology, and North American Freshwater Fishes.  Stanford Univ. Press, Stanford, California.

Churchill, S. P., E. O. Wiley & L. A. Hauser. 1985. Biological realities and the proper methodology: A reply to Duncan. Taxon 34:124-130.

Coburn, M. M., & T. M. Cavender.  1992. Interrelationships of North American cyprinid fishes.  In: R. L. Mayden Ed. Systematics, Historical Ecology, and North American Freshwater Fishes.  Stanford Univ. Press, Stanford, California.

Collette, B. B. & P. Banarescu. 1977. Systematics and zoogeography of the fishes of the family Percidae.  J. Fish. Res. Board Can. 34:1450-1463.

Collin, S. P. 1988. The retina of the shovel-nosed ray, Rhinobatos batillum (Rhinobatidae): morphology and quantitative analysis of the ganglion, amacrine and bipolar cell populations. Exp. Biol. 47: 195-207.

Collin, S. P. & I. C. Potter. 2000. The ocular morphology of the southern hemisphere lamprey Mordacia mordax Richardson with special reference to a single class of photoreceptor and a retinal tapetum. Brain Behaviour and Evolution (in press).

Collin, S. P., I. C. Potter & C. R. Braekevelt. 1999. The ocular morphology of the southern hemisphere lamprey Geotria australis Gray, with special reference to optical specialisations and the characterisation and phylogeny of photoreceptor types. Brain Behavior and Evolution 54: 96-118.

Cook, R.D., I. C. Potter, & R.W. Hilliard,. 1990. Morphology and innervation of the buccal glands of the southern hemisphere lamprey, Geotria australis. J. Morph. 206133-45.

Cracraft, J. & K. Helm-Bychowski. 1991. Parsimony and phylogenetic inference using DNA sequences. Some methodological strategies. In: Miyamoto, M. M. & J. Cracraft  (Eds.). Phylogenetic analysis of sequence data. Oxford University Press, Oxford. 184-220.

Craw, R. C. 1979. Generalized tracks and dispersal in biogeography: a response to R. M. McDowall. Syst. Zool. 28:99-107.

Croizat, L., G. Nelson, & D. E. Rosen. 1974. Centers of origin and related concepts. Syst. Zool. 23:265-287.

Creaser, C. W. & C. L. Hubbs. 1922. A revision of the Holarctic lampreys. Occ. Pap. Mus. Zool. Univ. Mich. 120: 1-14.

Darlington, P. J. Jr. 1957. Zoogeography: the geographical distribution of animals. Wiley, New York.

Delarbre, A., H. Escriva, C. Gallut, V. Barriel, P. Kourilsky, P. Janvier, V. Laudet & G. Gachelin. 2000. The complete nucleotide sequence of the mitochondrial DNA of the agnathan Lampetra fluviatilis: Bearings on the Phylogeny of Cyclostomes. Mol. Biol. Evol. 17:519-529.

de Queiroz, A. 1993. For consensus (sometimes). Syst. Biol. 42:368-372.

Docker, M. F., J. H. Youson, R. J. Beamish & R. H. Devlin. 1999. Phylogeny of the lamprey genus Lampetra inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome b and ND3 gene sequences. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 56:2340-2349.

Duke-Elder, S. 1958. System of ophthalmology.  The eye in evolution. C.V. Mosby, St Louis. Eddy, J.M.P. (1971).  In: The biology of lampreys, M.W. Hardisty & I.C. Potter Eds. Academic Press, London. 91-103.

Dumeril, A. M. C. 1806. Zoologie analytic ou méthod naturelle de classification des animaux. Didot, Paris.

Efron, B. 1982. The jacknife, the bootstrap, and other resampling plans. CBMS-NSF Regional Conference Series in Applied Mathematics, Monograph 38. Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Philadelphia.

Efron, B. & G. Gong. 1983. A leisurely look at the bootstrap, the jacknife and cross-validation. Am. Stat. 37:36-48.

Eggleton, P. & R. Vane-Wright. 1994. Phylogenetics and ecology.  Linnaen Soc. Symp. Series No. 17.  Academic Press, London.

Farmer, G. J., F. W. H. Beamish & G. A. Robinson 1975. Food consumption in the adult landlocked sea lamprey, Petromyzon marinus L. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 50A:753-757.

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