47. Gemmel et al. (in prep). The tuatara genome, a living fossil from Gondwana.

46. Kevin Surya and Chris Organ. Molecular branch lengths better fit trait evolution than does time. (in prep).

45. Kevin Surya, Isabelle M. Brenes, Jacob D. Gardner, Nicolas J. Rawlence, Alan J. D. Tennyson, Lázaro W. Viñola López, Chris L. Organ, and David J. Varricchio. (in prep). No Evidence for Prelaying Egg Rotation Across Birds.

44. Gardner, J. and C. L. Organ (in review). Evolutionary Sample Size and Phylogenetic Models of Correlated Evolution. Systematic Biology.

43. Gardner, J., C. L. Organ, and M. Laurin (in review). Macroevolution of genome structure and physiology in Sauropsida. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B.

42. Gardner, J., K. Surya, and C. L. Organ (in review). Early Tetrapodomorph biogeography: controlling for fossil record bias in macroevolutionary analyses. Comptes Rendus Palevol.

41. Organ, C. L. (2018). Biogeography across the ages. Nature Ecology & Evolution. doi:10.1038/s41559-018-0486-6.

40. Jun Liu, J., C. L. Organ, M. J. Benton, M. C. Brandley, and J. C. Aitchison (2017). Live birth in an archosauromorph reptile. Nature Communications: 14445. doi:10.1038/ncomms14445.

39. Gates, T. D., Organ, C. , Zanno, L. (2016). Bony cranial ornamentation linked to rapid evolution of gigantic theropod dinosaurs. Nature Communications. doi: 10.1038/ncomms12931.

38. Wilson, J. P., Woodruff, J. D., J. Gardner, H. Flora, J. R. Horner, and Chris Organ (2016). Vertebral adaptations to large body size in theropod dinosaurs. PLoS ONE 11(7): e0158962. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0158962.

37. Organ, C. L., Struble, M., Canoville, A., de Buffrénil, V., and Laurin, M. (2016). Macroevolution of genome size in sarcopterygians during the water-land transition. Comptes Rendus Palevol. 15: 67-75.

36. Laurin, M., Canoville, A., Struble, M., Organ, C. L., and de Buffrénil, V. (2016). Early genome size increase in urodeles. Comptes Rendus Palevol. 15: 77–85.

35. Moore, T. Y., C. L. Organ, S. V. Edwards, A. Biewener, C. Tabin, F. A. Jenkins, and K. L. Cooper. (2015). Multiple Phylogenetically Distinct Events Shaped the Evolution of Limb Skeletal Morphologies Associated with Bipedalism in the Jerboas. Current Biology. 25(21): 2785–2794.

34. Organ, C. L., L. N. Cooper, and T. L. Hieronymus. Macroevolutionary developmental biology: embryos, fossils, and phylogenies. Developmental Dynamics. (2015): doi:10.1002/dvdy.24318.

33. Janes, D. E., Organ, C. L., Stiglec, R., O’Meally, D., Sarre, S. D., Georges, A., Graves, J. A. M., Valenzuela, N., Literman, R. A., Rutherford, K., Gemmell, N., Iverson, J. B., Tamplin, J. W., Edwards, S. V., and Ezaz, T. (2014). Molecular evolution of Dmrt1 accompanies change of sex-determining mechanisms in Reptilia. Biology Letters. 10: 20140809.

32. Rashid, D. J., Chapman, S. C., Larsson, H. C. E., Organ, C. L., Bebin, A.-G., Merzdorf, C., Bradley, R., and J. R. Horner. (2014). From dinosaurs to birds: a tail of evolution. EvoDevo. 5:25.CoelacanthCover

31. Wu, S., F. Zhang, S. V. Edwards, J. Ye, W. Wu, X. Ni, C. Quan, J. Meng, C. Organ. (2014). The evolution of bipedalism in jerboas (rodentia: dipodoidea): origin in humid and forested environments. Evolution. 68-7: 2108–2118.

30. Amemiya, C. T. et. al. (2013). Comparative analysis of the genome of the African coelacanth, Latimeria chalumnae, sheds light on tetrapod evolution. Nature. (496): 311-316. *Cover article

29. Organ, C. L. (2013). Origins of Cooking. In McGraw Hill 2013 Yearbook of Science & Technology. McGraw-Hill Publishers, New York, NY.

28. Friedlander, S. M., Herrmann, A. L., Lowry, D. P., Mepham, E. R. and C. Organ. (2013). ACTN3 allele frequency in humans covaries with global latitudinal gradient. PLoS One. 8(1): e52282.

27. Organ, C. L. (2012). Genomics and the lost world: paleontological insights into genome evolution. In Clone to Bone: The Synergy of Morphological and Molecular Tools in Palaeobiology. (Eds.) R. Asher and J. Mueller. Cambridge University Press. 16-37.

26. Wu, S., Wu, W., Zhang, F., Ye, J., Ni, X., Sun, J., Meng, J., Edwards, S. V., and C. L. Organ. (2012). Molecular and Paleontological support for a post-Cretaceous Origin of Rodents. PLoS One. 7(10): e46445.

25. Organ, C. L., Z. Machanda, R. Wrangham, and C. Nunn. (2011). Phylogenetic rate shifts in chewing time during the evolution of Homo. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 108 (35): 14555-14559.

24. Alfoldi, J. et. al. (2011). The genome of the green anole lizard and a comparative analysis with birds and mammals. Nature. 477(7366): 587-591.

23. Janes, D.E., C. Chapus, Y. Gondo, D.F. Clayton, S. Sinha, C. A. Blatti, C.L. Organ, M. Fujita, C.N. Balakrishnan, and S.V. Edwards (2011). Reptiles and mammals have differentially retained long conserved noncoding sequences from the amniote ancestor. Genome Biology and Evolution. 3: 102-113.

22. Organ, C. L., A. Canoville, R. R. Reisz, and M. Laurin. (2011). Paleogenomic data suggest mammal-like genome size in the ancestral amniote and derived large genome size in amphibians. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 24: 372–380.

21. Organ, C. L. and S. V. Edwards (2011). Major Events in the Evolution of the Avian Genome. In The Evolution of Modern Birds. (Eds.) G. Dyke and G. Kaiser. University of California Press. 325-337.

20. Janes, D. E., C. L. Organ, M. K. Fujita, A. M. Shedlock, and S. V. Edwards. (2010). Genome Evolution in Reptilia, the Sister Group of Mammals. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics. 11: 239-264.

19. Janes, D. E., C. L. Organ, and S. V. Edwards. (2010). Variability in sex-determining mechanisms influences genome complexity in reptiles. Cytogenetic and Genome Research. 127:242-248.

18. Organ, C. L.*, M. Rasmussen*, M. W. Baldwin, M. Kellis, and S. V. Edwards (2010). A Phylogenomic Approach to the Evolutionary Dynamics of Gene Duplication in Birds. In Evolution After Gene Duplication. (Eds.) K. Dittmar and D. Liberles. Wiley & Sons. 253-268. *contributed equally.

17. Baldwin, M. W., Winkler, H., Organ, C. L., Helm, B. (2010). Wing pointedness associated with migratory distance in common-garden and comparative studies of stonechats (Saxicola torquata). Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 23(5):1050-1063.F1000

16. Organ, C. L., D. E. Janes, A. Meade, and M. Pagel (2009). Genotypic sex determination enabled adaptive radiations of extinct marine reptiles. Nature. 461: 389-392. [selected as a “must read” at the Faculty of 1000]

15. Organ, C. L., S. Brusatte, and K. Stein (2009). Sauropod dinosaurs evolved moderately sized genomes unrelated to body size. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B.

14. Schweitzer, M. H., W. Zheng, C. L. Organ, R. Avci, Z. Suo, L. M. Freimark, V. S. Lebleu, M. B. Duncan, M. G. Vander Heiden, J. M. Neveu, W. S. Lane, J. S. Cottrell, J. R. Horner, L. C. Cantley, R. Kalluri, and J. M. Asara (2009). Biomolecular characterization and protein sequences of the Campanian hadrosaur B. canadensis. Science. 324: 626-361.

13. Organ, C. L. and A. M. Shedlock (2009). Paleogenomics of pterosaurs and the evolution of small genome size in flying vertebrates. Biology Letters. 5: 47–50.

12. Organ, C. L., R. Godinez Moreno, and S. V. Edwards (2008). Three tiers of genome evolution in reptiles. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 48(4): 494-504.

11. Organ, C. L. and D. Janes (2008). Evolution of sex chromosomes in Sauropsida. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 48(4): 512-519.

10. Organ, C. L. (2008). Paleogenomics. Pp. 249-251. In McGraw Hill 2008 Yearbook of Science & Technology. McGraw-Hill Publishers, New York, NY.PaleoGenomeZimmerPress

9. Janes, D. E., C. L. Organ and N. Valenzuela (2008). New resources inform study of genome size, content and organization in non-avian reptiles. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 48(4): 447-453.

8. Organ, C. L., M. H. Schweitzer, W. Zheng, L. M. Freimark, L. C. Cantley, J. M. Asara (2008). Molecular phylogenetics of mastodon and Tyrannosaurus rex. Science. 320 (5875): 499.

7. Organ, C. L., A. M. Shedlock, A. Meade, M. Pagel, S. V. Edwards. (2007). Origin of avian genome size and structure in nonavian dinosaurs. Nature. 446: 180-184.

6. Holmes, R. and C. L. Organ. (2007). An ossified tendon trellis in Chasmosaurus (Ornithischia: Ceratopsidae). Journal of Paleontology. 81(2): 411–414.

5. Organ, C. L. (2006). Biomechanics of ossified tendons in ornithopod dinosaurs. Paleobiology. 32(4): 649–662.

4. Organ, C. L. (2006). Thoracic epaxial muscles in living archosaurs and ornithopod dinosaurs. The Anatomical Record Part A: Discoveries in Molecular, Cellular, and Evolutionary Biology. 288A: 782-793.

3. Organ, C. L. and J. Adams. (2005). The histology of ossified tendon in dinosaurs. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 25 (3): 602-613.

2. Adams, J. and C. L. Organ. (2005). Histologic determination of ontogenetic patterns and processes in hadrosaurian ossified tendons. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 25 (3): 614-622.

1. Organ, C. L., J. B. Cooley, and T. L. Hieronymus. (2003). A non-invasive quarry mapping system. Palaios. 18(1): 74-77.