Evolutionary Novelty

Love, A.C., and G.L. Lugar. 2013. Dimensions of integration in interdisciplinary explanations of the origin of evolutionary novelty. Studies in the History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences. 44(4):537-550.

Lynch, M. 2007. The frailty of adaptive hypotheses for the origins of organismal complexity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 104:8597-8604.

Ancient Transposable Elements Transformed the Uterine Regulatory Landscape and Transcriptome during the Evolution of Mammalian Pregnancy

Lynch, V.J., Nnamani, M.C., Kapusta, A., Brayer, K., Plaza, S.L., Mazur, E.C., Emera, D., Sheikh, S.Z., Grützner, F., Bauersachs, S., Graf, A., Young, S.L., Lieb, J.D.., DeMayo, F.J., Feschotte, C., Wagner, G.P. 2015. Ancient Transposable Elements Transformed the Uterine Regulatory Landscape and Transcriptome during the Evolution of Mammalian Pregnancy. Cell Reports  pii: S2211-1247(14)01105-X. doi: 10.1016/j.celrep.2014.12.052.

Müller, G.B. 2010. Epigenetic Innovation. In Evolution - The Extended Synthesis, edited by M. Pigliucci and G. B. Müller, 307–332. Cambridge (MA): MIT Press.

Evolution–The Extended Synthesis

Müller, G.B. 2010. Epigenetic innovation. In Evolution–The Extended Synthesis, eds. M. Pigliucci, and G.B. Müller, 307-332. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Müller, G.B. 2003. Embryonic Motility: Environmental Influences and Evolutionary Innovation. Evolution & Development 5(1): 56–60.

Müller, G.B. 1990. Developmental Mechanisms at the Origin of Morphological Novelty: a Side-Effect Hypothesis. In Evolutionary Innovations, edited by M.H. Nitecki, 99–130. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Müller, G.B., and G.P. Wagner. 1991. Novelty in Evolution: Restructuring the Concept. Annual Review of Ecolological Systems 22: 229–56.

Müller, G.B., and J Streicher. 1989. Ontogeny of the Syndesmosis Tibiofibularis and the Evolution of the Bird Hindlimb: a Caenogenetic Feature Triggers Phenotypic Novelty. Anatomy and Embryology 179(4): 327–339.

Müller, G.B., and S.A. Newman. 2005. The Innovation Triad: an EvoDevo Agenda. Journal of Experimental Zoology. Part B, Molecular and Developmental Evolution 304(6): 487–503. doi:10.1002/jez.b.21081.

Müller, G.B., and S.A. Newman. 2003. Origination of Organismal Form: the Forgotten Cause in Evolutionary Theory. In Origination of Organismal Form, edited by G. B. Müller and S.A. Newman. MIT Press.

Newman, S.A., and G.B. Müller. 2000. Epigenetic Mechanisms of Character Origination. The Journal of Experimental Zoology 288(4): 304–17. doi:10.1002/1097-010X(20001215)288:4<304::AID-JEZ3>3.0.CO;2-G.

From physics to development: The evolution of morphogenetic mechanisms

Newman, S.A. 2003. From physics to development: The evolution of morphogenetic mechanisms. In Origination of Organismal Form: Beyond the Gene in Developmental and Evolutionary Biology, eds. G.B. Müller, and S.A Newman, 221-239. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Newman, S.A. 2012. Physico-genetic determinants in the evolution of development. Science 338:217-219.

Newman, S.A., and R. Bhat. 2008. Dynamical patterning modules: physico-genetic determinants of morphological development and evolution. Physical Biology 5:1-14.

Newman, S.A., and R. Bhat. 2009. Dynamical patterning modules: a "pattern language" for development and evolution of multicellular form. International Journal of Developmental Biology 53:693-705.

Newman, S.A., and G.B. Müller. 2005. Origination and innovation in the vertebrate limb skeleton: an epigenetic perspective. Journal of Experimental Zoology (Mol Dev Evol) 304:593-609.

The origins of multicellular organisms

Newman, S.A., and K.J. Niklas. 2013. The origins of multicellular organisms. Evolution & Development 15:41-52.

Newman, S.A., G. Forgacs, and G.B. Müller. 2006. Before programs: The physical origination of multicellular forms. International Journal of Developmental Biology 50:289-299.

Gene loss, thermogenesis, and the origin of birds

Newman, S.A., Mezentseva, N.V. and Badyaev, A.V. 2013. Gene loss, thermogenesis, and the origin of birds. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1289: 36–47. doi: 10.1111/nyas.12090

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