||Links to Research Labs
and Other Sites of Interest
Analysis by Maximum Likelihood, by Ziheng Yang. Programs for phylogenetic analyses on DNA and protein sequence data.
by Laurent Excoffier and colleagues for population genetics data analyses.|
by John P. Huelsenbeck and Fredrik Ronquist is a program for Bayesian inference
of phylogeny using Markov Chain Monte Carlo methods.
Software de los Hermanos Rozas estimates several measures of DNA sequence
variation within and between populations, as well as linkage disequilibrium,
recombination, gene flow and gene conversion parameters.
Center for Biotechnology Information
The DNA Sequencing Core at the University of Michigan has useful information
poor DNA sequence reads and considerations when using
a spectrophotometer to quantitate your DNA mini-preps.
Primer3 picks primers from your DNA sequence based on conditions you specify.
FishBase is a comprehensive taxonomic database and more for fishes of the world.
Ryan Gregory's Animal Genome Size Database
is a comprehensive catalogue of animal genome size data.
Webcutter identifies restriction enzyme sites in your sequence data.
| The Wares Lab at Georgia studies marine biogeography, population genetics, and the coral holobiome.
|| The lab of Misha Matz at UT Austin sets the standard for releasing copious amounts of coral sequence data as they generate it. Cheers to them!
| The Duffy
Lab at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Ecology and evolution
of marine animals and plants. Causes of speciation and maintenance of species
Cunningham Lab at Duke University: Molecular systematics and biogeography
of marine organisms.|
| The Neigel
Lab at the University of Louisiana, Lafayette: Dispersal and genetic
population structure in marine invertebrates, phylogeography, conservation
McDonald Lab at the University of Delaware: Adaptive evolution of proteins,
molecular systematics of marine mussels, moustrap reduction.|