Table of Contents

Volume 11, Issue 5, September 1994

A likelihood approach for comparing synonymous and nonsynonymous nucleotide substitution rates, with application to the chloroplast genomeSV Muse, BS Gaut715
A codon-based model of nucleotide substitution for protein-coding DNA sequencesN Goldman, Z Yang725
Comparative analysis of intra- and interpopulation genetic diversity in Bufo bufo, using allozyme, single-locus microsatellite, minisatellite, and multilocus minisatellite dataKT Scribner, JW Arntzen, T Burke737
A recent insertion of an alu element on the Y chromosome is a useful marker for human population studiesMF Hammer749
Phylogenetic relationship of the kingdoms Animalia, Plantae, and Fungi, inferred from 23 different protein speciesN Nikoh, N Hayase, N Iwabe, K Kuma, T Miyata762
The use of chloroplast DNA to resolve plant phylogenies: noncoding versus rbcL sequencesL Gielly, P Taberlet769
Rodent L1 evolution has been driven by a single dominant lineage that has repeatedly acquired new transcriptional regulatory sequencesNB Adey, SA Schichman, DK Graham, SN Peterson, MH Edgell778
Evolution of codon usage and base contents in kinetoplastid protozoansF Alvarez, C Robello, M Vignali790
Repeated failures that led to the eventual success in human evolutionN Takahata803
Cut locus variation in natural populations of DrosophilaDJ Begun, SN Boyer, CF Aquadro806

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