Ogden Lab Publications

 

Published

  • Holt E. A., T. H. Ogden, S. L. Durham. 2018. The positive effect of role models in evolution instruction. Evolution: Education and Outreach.
  • Jensen J. L., E. A. Holt, J. B. Sowards, T. H. Ogden, and R. E. West. 2018. Investigating Strategies for Pre-Class Content Learning in a Flipped Classroom. Journal of Science Education and Technology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10956-018-9740-6
  • *Miller D. B., *S. Bartlett, M. Sartori, J. W. Breinholt, and T. H. Ogden. 2018. Anchored phylogenomics of Burrowing Mayflies (Ephemeroptera) and the evolution of tusks. Systematic Entomology. March. https://doi.org/10.1111/syen.12298
  • Suvorov, A., Jensen, N. O., Sharkey, C. R., Fujimoto, M. S., Bodily, P., Wightman, H. M. C., Ogden, T. H., Clement, M. J. and Bybee, S. M. 2016. Opsins have evolved under the permanent heterozygote model: insights from phylotranscriptomics of Odonata. Mol Ecol. doi:10.1111/mec.13884
  • Ogden, T. H., et al. Common Insects of Capitol Reef National Park. UVU Printing Services. 2013
  • Fairbanks, D.J., A.D. Fairbanks, T.H. Ogden, G.J. Parker, and P.J. Maughan. 2012. NANOGP8: Evolution of a human-specific retro-oncogene. Genes, Genomes, Genetics: November, Volume 2, number 11.
  • Parra, L. E. and T. H. Ogden. 2011. A new case constructing adelid moth from Chile (Lepidoptera). Revista Brasileira de Entomologia. 55(4): 560-564.
  • Houston, D.D, T.H. Ogden, M.F. Whiting, D.K. Shiazowa. 2010. Polyphyly of the Pikeminnows (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) Inferred Using Mitochondrial DNA Sequences. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139: 303-315.
  • Rosenberg, M.S., and T.H. Ogden. 2009. Simulation approaches to evaluating alignment error and methods for comparing alternate alignments. Pp. 179-207 in Sequence Alignment: Methods, Models, Concepts, and Strategies, M.S. Rosenberg, ed. University of California Press: Berkeley, CA.
  • Ogden, T. H., M. Sartori, J. L. Gattolliat, A. Staniczek, T. Soldan, and M. F. Whiting. 2009. Towards a new paradigm in mayfly phylogeny (Ephemeroptera): combined analysis of morphological and molecular data. Systematic Entomology. 34(4): 616-634.
  • Ogden, T. H., J. Osborne, L. Jacobus, and M. F. Whiting. 2009. Combined morphological and molecular phylogeny of Ephemerellidae (Ephemeroptera). Zootaxa 1991:28-42.
  • Bybee. S., T. H. Ogden, M. Braham, and M. F. Whiting. 2008. Molecules, Morphology and Fossils: A Comprehensive Approach to Odonate phylogeny and the evolution of the Odonate Wing. Cladistics. 24(4): 477-514.
  • Ogden, T. H., M. Sartori, M. F. Whiting. 2008. Pisciforma, Setisura, and Furcatergalia (Order: Ephemeroptera) are not monophyletic based on 18S rDNA sequences: A Reply to Sun et al. (2006). Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 101(1):1-6
  • Ogden, T. H., and M. S. Rosenberg. 2007. Does direct optimization produce more accurate alignments and topologies? POY vs. ClustalW+PAUP*. Systematic Biology. 52(2): 182-193.
  • Ogden, T. H., and M. S. Rosenberg. 2007. How should gaps be treated in parsimony? A comparison of approaches using simulation. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 42: 817-826.
  • Ogden, T. H., and M. S. Rosenberg. 2006. Multiple sequence alignment accuracy and phylogenetic inference. Systematic Biology. 55(2): 314-328.
  • Ogden, T. H. and M. F. Whiting. 2005. Phylogeny of Ephemeroptera (mayflies) based on molecular evidence. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 37(3): 625-643.
  • Ogden, T. H., M. F. Whiting, and W. C. Wheeler. 2005. Poor taxon sampling, poor character sampling, and non-repeatable analyses of a contrived dataset do not provide a more credible estimate of insect phylogeny: a reply to Kjer. Cladistics. 21(3): 295-302.
  • Ogden, T. H. and M. F. Whiting. 2003. The problem with the Paleoptera problem: sense and sensitivity. Cladistics 19(5): 432-442.
  • Ogden, T. H. and M. F. Whiting. 2003. Phylogeny of Ephemeroptera: Molecular Evidence. Entomologische Abhandlungen. 61(2): 126-127.
  • Ogden, T. H. and M. F. Whiting. 2003. Genomic tissue library of Odonata: a call for specimens. Argia.
  • Ogden, T. H., W. P. McCafferty and M. F. Whiting. 2002. Phylogeny of the Ephemeroptera of the world: a call for specimens. Mayfly Newsletter. pp. 5-6.
  • Ogden, T. H. and L. E. Parra. 2001. Taxonomy and biology of a new Oecophoridae (Lepidoptera) from central Chile. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural. 74: 533- 538.

Submitted

  • Ogden, T. H., J. W. Breinholt, S. M. Bybee, D. Miller, M. Sartori, D. Shiozawa, and M. F. Whiting. Mayfly Phylogenomics: Initial Evaluation of Anchored Hybrid Enrichment Data for the order Ephemeroptera. Zoosymposia. Accepted.
  • Ferguson D., T. H. Ogden. Student Acceptance of Evolution: Factors that lead to change. Journal of Biological Education. In Review.
  • Talbot C., Ogden, T. H. Journey to Acceptance: A Study of Biology Majors Attitudes Towards Evolution Throughout their University Coursework. Journal of College Science Teaching. In Review.