Table of Contents

Volume 9, Issue 2, March 1992

Sequences of primate insulin genes support the hypothesis of a slower rate of molecular evolution in humans and apes than in monkeysS Seino, GI Bell, WH Li193
Mitochondrial DNA-like sequence in the nuclear genome of an akodontine rodentMF Smith, WK Thomas, JL Patton204
Coevolution of the vertebrate integrin alpha- and beta-chain genesAL Hughes216
Phylogenetic position of phylum Nemertini, inferred from 18S rRNA sequences: molecular data as a test of morphological character homologyJM Turbeville, KG Field, RA Raff235
Molecular relationships between alcohol dehydrogenase null-activity alleles from natural populations of Drosophila melanogasterJB Gibson, AV Wilks, A Agrotis250
The Drosophila subobscura Adh genomic region contains valuable evolutionary markersG Marfany, R Gonzalez-Duarte261
Two ascomycete classes based on fruiting-body characters and ribosomal DNA sequenceML Berbee, JW Taylor278
Molecular evolution of the fungi: relationship of the Basidiomycetes, Ascomycetes, and ChytridiomycetesBH Bowman, JW Taylor, AG Brownlee, J Lee, SD Lu285
The two similarly expressed genes encoding U3 snRNA in Schizosaccharomyces pombe lack intronsDA Selinger, GL Porter, PJ Brennwald, JA Wise297
Character analysis and the integration of molecular and morphological data in an understanding of sand dollar phylogenyCR Marshall309
Rapid surveying of DNA sequence variation in natural populationsEP Lessa323
Sequence instability and functional inactivation of murine Y chromosomes can occur on a specific genetic backgroundFS Nallaseth331
The number of replications needed for accurate estimation of the bootstrap P value in phylogenetic studiesSB Hedges366
Substitution bias, weighted parsimony, and amniote phylogeny as inferred from 18S rRNA sequencesCR Marshall370
18S rRna and amniote phylogeny: reply to MarshallSB Hedges and LR Maxson374
Commentary on letters of Marshall and of Hedges and MaxsonWM Fitch378

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