DJ Colgan
DJ Colgan
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Histone H3 and U2 snRNA DNA sequences and arthropod molecular evolution
DJ Colgan, A McLauchlan, GDF Wilson, SP Livingston, GD Edgecombe, ...
Australian Journal of Zoology 46 (5), 419-437, 1998
8491998
Gastropod evolutionary rates and phylogenetic relationships assessed using partial 28S rDNA and histone H3 sequences
DJ Colgan, WF Ponder, PE Eggler
Zoologica Scripta 29 (1), 29-63, 2000
2312000
Molecular phylogenetics of Caenogastropoda (gastropoda: Mollusca)
DJ Colgan, WF Ponder, E Beacham, J Macaranas
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 42 (3), 717-737, 2007
1742007
Arthropod cladistics: combined analysis of histone H3 and U2 snRNA sequences and morphology
GD Edgecombe, GDF Wilson, DJ Colgan, MR Gray, G Cassis
Cladistics 16 (2), 155-203, 2000
1642000
Phylogenetics of the brachyuran crabs (Crustacea: Decapoda): the status of Podotremata based on small subunit nuclear ribosomal RNA
ST Ahyong, JCY Lai, D Sharkey, DJ Colgan, PKL Ng
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 45 (2), 576-586, 2007
1552007
Gastropod phylogeny based on six segments from four genes representing coding or non-coding and mitochondrial or nuclear DNA
DJ Colgan, WF Ponder, E Beacham, JM Macaranas
Molluscan Research 23 (2), 123-148, 2003
130*2003
caenogastropoda
WF Ponder, DJ Colgan, JM Healy, A Nützel, LRL Simone, EE Strong
Molluscan Phylogeny and Evolution, 331 - 383, 2008
123*2008
Assessing the usefulness of histone H3, U2 snRNA and 28S rDNA in analyses of polychaete relationships
S Brown, G Rouse, P Hutchings, D Colgan
Australian Journal of Zoology 47 (5), 499-516, 1999
1011999
Adaptation and conservation insights from the koala genome
RN Johnson, D O’Meally, Z Chen, GJ Etherington, SYW Ho, WJ Nash, ...
Nature genetics 50 (8), 1102-1111, 2018
932018
Phylogeny of the gastropod superfamily Cerithioidea using morphology and molecules
EE Strong, DJ Colgan, JM Healy, C Lydeard, WF Ponder, M Glaubrecht
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 162 (1), 43-89, 2011
932011
What makes a narrow-range taxon? Insights from Australian freshwater snails.
WF Ponder, DJ Colgan
Invertebrate Systematics 16 (4), 571-582, 2002
912002
Further phylogenetic studies of the Polychaeta using 18S rDNA sequence data
KA Hall, PA Hutchings, DJ Colgan
Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. Journal of the Marine …, 2004
722004
Genetic differentiation of aquatic snails (Gastropoda: Hydrobiidae) from artesian springs in arid Australia
WF Ponder, P Eggler, DJ Colgan
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 56 (4), 553-596, 1995
651995
A multigene framework for polychaete phylogenetic studies
DJ Colgan, PA Hutchings, M Braune
Organisms Diversity & Evolution 6 (3), 220-235, 2006
622006
Molecular phylogeny and biogeography of spring-associated hydrobiid snails of the Great Artesian Basin, Australia
KE Perez, WF Ponder, DJ Colgan, SA Clark, C Lydeard
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 34 (3), 545-556, 2005
602005
Are roadside strips important reservoirs of invertebrate diversity? A comparison of the ant and beetle faunas of roadside strips and large remnant woodlands
RE Major, D Smith, G Cassis, M Gray, DJ Colgan
Australian Journal of Zoology 47 (6), 611-624, 1999
531999
A transcriptome resource for the koala (Phascolarctos cinereus): insights into koala retrovirus transcription and sequence diversity
M Hobbs, A Pavasovic, AG King, PJ Prentis, MDB Eldridge, Z Chen, ...
BMC genomics 15 (1), 1-16, 2014
522014
Phylogenetic relationships within the Terebellomorpha
DJ Colgan, PA Hutchings, S Brown
Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. Journal of the Marine …, 2001
502001
Phylogenetic studies of marsupials based on phosphoglycerate kinase DNA sequences
DJ Colgan
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 11 (1), 13-26, 1999
461999
Genetic discrimination of morphologically similar, sympatric species of pearl oysters (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Pinctada) in eastern Australia
DJ Colgan, WF Ponder
Marine and Freshwater Research 53 (3), 697-709, 2002
402002
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