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David B. Wake
David B. Wake
Professor of the Graduate School in Integrative Biology, University of California at Berkeley
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Are we in the midst of the sixth mass extinction? A view from the world of amphibians
DB Wake, VT Vredenburg
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (supplement_1), 11466-11473, 2008
23572008
Size and shape in ontogeny and phylogeny
P Alberch, SJ Gould, GF Oster, DB Wake
Paleobiology 5 (3), 296-317, 1979
19891979
Amphibian declines: judging stability, persistence, and susceptibility of populations to local and global extinctions
AR Blaustein, DB Wake, WP Sousa
Conservation biology 8 (1), 60-71, 1994
14611994
Declining amphibian populations: a global phenomenon?
AR Blaustein
Trends in ecology and evolution 5, 203-204, 1990
12501990
Declining amphibian populations
DB Wake
Science 253 (5022), 860-860, 1991
11801991
Animal biodiversity: An outline of higher-level classification and survey of taxonomic richness
ZQ Zhang
Magnolia press, 2011
9842011
Comparative osteology and evolution of the lungless salamanders, family Plethodontidae
DB Wake
Memoirs, Southern California Academy of Sciences 1967 (2), 494-496, 1966
7281966
Evolutionary relationships within the Ensatina eschscholtzii complex confirm the ring species interpretation
C Moritz, CJ Schneider, DB Wake
Systematic biology 41 (3), 273-291, 1992
6681992
Homoplasy: the result of natural selection, or evidence of design limitations?
DB Wake
The American Naturalist 138 (3), 543-567, 1991
6251991
The puzzle of declining amphibian populations
AR Blaustein, DB Wake
Scientific American 272 (4), 52-57, 1995
6141995
Chapter 13. Feeding Mechanisms of Lower Tetrapods
DM Bramble, DB Wake
Functional vertebrate morphology, 230-261, 1985
590*1985
Scientific and standard English names of amphibians and reptiles of North America north of Mexico, with comments regarding confidence in our understanding
Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles. Committee on Standard ...
Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, 2000
5772000
Miniaturization of body size: organismal consequences and evolutionary significance
J Hanken, DB Wake
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 24 (1), 501-519, 1993
5391993
Evolution and development: Report of the Dahlem workshop on evolution and development Berlin 1981, May 10–15
JT Bonner, I Dawid, JC Gerhart, PFA Maderson, EH Davidson, ...
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
5142012
Homoplasy: from detecting pattern to determining process and mechanism of evolution
DB Wake, MH Wake, CD Specht
science 331 (6020), 1032-1035, 2011
4162011
Coincident mass extirpation of neotropical amphibians with the emergence of the infectious fungal pathogen Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis
TL Cheng, SM Rovito, DB Wake, VT Vredenburg
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (23), 9502-9507, 2011
3902011
Confronting amphibian declines and extinctions
JR Mendelson III, KR Lips, RW Gagliardo, GB Rabb, JP Collins, ...
Science 313 (5783), 48-48, 2006
3582006
The distribution, ecology, and evolutionary history of plethodontid salamanders in tropical America.
DB Wake, L JF
3551976
Morphological homoplasy, life history evolution, and historical biogeography of plethodontid salamanders inferred from complete mitochondrial genomes
RL Mueller, JR Macey, M Jaekel, DB Wake, JL Boore
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (38), 13820-13825, 2004
3412004
Phylogenomics reveals rapid, simultaneous diversification of three major clades of Gondwanan frogs at the Cretaceous–Paleogene boundary
YJ Feng, DC Blackburn, D Liang, DM Hillis, DB Wake, DC Cannatella, ...
Proceedings of the national Academy of Sciences 114 (29), E5864-E5870, 2017
3322017
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