• Nonrandom extinction leads to elevated loss of angiosperm evolutionary history 

      Vamosi, J.C.; Wilson, J.R.U. (Blackwell Publishing Ltd/CNRS, 2008)
      The phylogenetic clustering of extinction may jeopardize the existence of entire families and genera, which can result in elevated reductions of evolutionary history (EH), trait diversity, and ecosystem functioning. Analyses ...
    • Plant diversity in the human diet: weak phylogenetic signal indicates breadth 

      Proches, S.; Wilson, J.R.U.; Vamosi, J.C.; Richardson, D.M. (American Institute of Biological Sciences, 2008-02)
      Worldwide, humans have access to a greater range of food plants than does any other species. Examination of phylogenetic patterns in plants consumed by animals has recently uncovered important ecological processes. The ...