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Phylogenetic Comparative Methods/title> <meta name="keywords" content="Phylogenetic Comparative Methods"/> <body> <em><font color="#FF0000" size="+1"><strong>Phylogenetic Approaches to Understanding Physiological Evolution </strong></font> </em> <p>Symposium Organized for the 25-28 August 2002 <a href="">American Physiological Society</a>-sponsored Comparative Physiology Meeting in San Diego, California</p> <p> Meeting was titled "The Power of Comparative Physiology: Evolution, Integration and Applied"<br> </p> <p>Tuesday, 27 August 2002</p> <p>9:00 - 9:05 Introduction to the symposium.<br> Theodore Garland, Jr.</p> <p>9:05 - 9:30 What are phylogenies and why do they matter?<br> Wayne Maddison</p> <p>9:30 - 9:55 Phylogenetically based statistical methods: when, why, and how to use them.<br> Theodore Garland, Jr.</p> <p>9:55 - 10:20 What are the appropriate tests of mechanistic and historical explanations for evolutionary patterns?<br> Kellar Autumn</p> <p>10:20 - 10:45 A phylogenetic perspective on the evolution of vertebrate surfactants.<br> Christopher B. Daniels, Sandra Orgeig, and Lucy C. Sullivan </p> <p>10:45 - 10:55 Break</p> <p>10:55 - 11:20 Using phylogenies to understand the evolution of function and behavior in lizards.<br> Duncan J. Irschick</p> <p>11:20 - 11:45 The evolution of complex systems: oxygen secretion in the eye and swim bladder of fishes.<br> Michael Berenbrink</p> <p>11:45 - 12:10 Use of phylogenetic information to understand the evolution of anuran thermal biology.<br> Carlos Arturo Navas</p> <p>12:10 - 12:35 Evolutionary physiology of larks along temperature and moisture gradients.<br> Joe Williams</p> <p>12:35 - 1:00 Evolutionary physiology of habitat transitions.<br> Carol Eunmi Lee<br> </p> </body> </html> </div> </td> </tr> <tr> <td colspan="2"> <div id="contact">   </div> <div id="footer"> Copyright 2016, Regents UC.<br> Last updated: September 2016<br> Maintained by: <a href="">Webmaster</a> </div> </td> </tr> </table> </body> </html>