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2013A 20-state empirical amino-acid substitution model for green plant chloroplastsCox, C. J.; Foster, P. G.articlerestrictedAccess
Dez-2013An archaeal origin of eukaryotes supports only two primary domains of lifeWilliams, T. A.; Foster, P. G.; Cox, C. J.; Embley, T. M.articlerestrictedAccess
2014Analyses of charophyte chloroplast genomes help characterize theancestral chloroplastgenomeof land plantsCivan, P.; Foster, P. G.; Embley, T. M.; Séneca, A.; Cox, C. J.articleopenAccess
2014Compositional biases among synonymous substitutions cause conflict between gene and protein trees for plastid originsLi, B.; Lopes, J. S.; Foster, P. G.; Embley, T. M.; Cox, C. J.articlerestrictedAccess
2014Conflicting phylogenies for early land plants are caused by composition biases among synonymous substitutionsCox, C. J.; Li, B.; Foster, P. G.; Embley, T. M.; Civan, P.articlerestrictedAccess
2014Conflicting phylogenies for early land plants are caused by composition biases among synonymous substitutionsCox, C. J.; Li, B.; Foster, P. G.; Embley, T. M.; Civan, P.articleopenAccess
2012A congruent phylogenomic signal places eukaryotes within the ArchaeaWilliams, T. A.; Foster, P. G.; Nye, T. M. W.; Cox, C. J.; Martin Embley, T.articleopenAccess
2008The archaebacterial origin of eukaryotesCox, C. J.; Foster, P. G.; Hirt, R. P.; Harris, S. R.; Embley, T. M.articleopenAccess
2009The primary divisions of life: a phylogenomic approach employing composition-heterogeneous methodsFoster, P. G.; Cox, C. J.; Martin Embley, T.articlerestrictedAccess