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Roderic Page's Publications

Professor of Taxonomy, University of Glasgow
Glasgow, United Kingdom

Research field: Biological Sciences
Biodiversity informatics
Thesis (1) | Book (4) | Book Section (7) | Journal Article (69)

Journal Article

David P. Mindell, Brian L. Fisher, Peter Roopnarine, Jonathan Eisen, Georgina M. Mace, Roderic D. M. Page, Richard L. Pyle (2011) Aggregating, Tagging and Integrating Biodiversity Research, e19491. In PLoS ONE 6 (8).
Cynthia S Parr, Robert Guralnick, Nico Cellinese, Roderic D M Page (2011) Evolutionary informatics: unifying knowledge about the diversity of life.. In Trends in ecology & evolution.
Roderic D.M. Page (2011) Space, time, form: viewing the Tree of Life. In Trends in Ecology & Evolution.
Roderic D.M. Page (2010) Enhanced display of scientific articles using extended metadata, 190-195. In Web Semantics: Science, Services and Agents on the World Wide Web 8 (2-3).
Roderic D. M. Page (2010) Wikipedia as an encyclopaedia of life. In Organisms Diversity & Evolution.
Roderic D M Page, Jack Sullivan (2008) The expanding contributions of systematic biology., 1-3. In Systematic biology 57 (1).
Joseph Hughes, Roderic Dm Page (2007) Comparative tests of ectoparasite species richness in seabirds., 227. In BMC evolutionary biology.
E Gómez-Díaz, J González-Solís, M A Peinado, R D M Page (2007) Lack of host-dependent genetic structure in ectoparasites of Calonectris shearwaters., 5204-15. In Molecular ecology 16 (24).
Joseph Hughes, Martyn Kennedy, Kevin P Johnson, Ricardo L Palma, Roderic D M Page (2007) Multiple cophylogenetic analyses reveal frequent cospeciation between pelecaniform birds and Pectinopygus lice., 232-51. In Systematic biology 56 (2).
E Gómez-Díaz, J González-Solís, M A Peinado, R D M Page (2006) Phylogeography of the Calonectris shearwaters using molecular and morphometric data., 322-32. In Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 41 (2).
James A Cotton, Roderic D M Page (2005) Rates and patterns of gene duplication and loss in the human genome., 277-83. In Proceedings. Biological sciences / The Royal Society 272 (1560).