Publications

THESES

Bachelor's:  The Population Genetics of Scaptomyza pallida.

Doctorate:  Statistical Models of Parthenogenesis.

 

BOOKS

 1.   Templeton, A. R.  2006.  Population Genetics and Microevolutionary Theory.  John Wiley & Sons.  705 pgs.  Portuguese Edition 2011, translated by Reinaldo Alves de Brito.  Genetica de Populaçoes e Teoria Micoevolutiva.1.

2.   Templeton, A. R.  2018.  Human Population Genetics and Genomics.  Academic Press/Elsevier, Oxford.  498 pgs.  https://www.elsevier.com/books/human-population-genetics-and-genomics/templeton/978-0-12-386025-5

 


 

BOOK REVIEWS

 1.  Templeton, A.R.  Review of Genetics of Speciation  edited by D.L. Jameson.  American Journal of Human Genetics 31: 88-89, 1979.

 2.  Templeton, A.R.  Review of Macroevolution:  Pattern and Process  by S.M. Stanley.  Evolution 34: 1224-1227, 1980.

 3.  Templeton, A.R.  Review of Principles of Population Genetics  by D. Hartl.  Quart. Rev. Biol. 56: 75-76, 1981.

 4.  Templeton, A.R.  Review of Evolution and Speciation  edited by W.R. Atchley and D.S. Woodruff.  Sci. 214: 900-901, 1981.

 5.  Templeton, A.R.  Review of Basic Population Genetics  by B. Wallace.  Quart. Rev. Biol. 57: 187-188, 1982.

 6.  Templeton, A.R.  Review of The Material Basis of Evolution by R. Goldschmidt.  Paleobiology 8: 474-481, 1982.

 7.  Templeton, A.R.  Review of The Evolutionary Biology of Colonizing Species  by P. Parsons.  Ecology 66: 1691, 1985.

 8.  Templeton, A.R.  Review of Species and Speciation  edited by E.S. Vrba.  Evolution 41: 233-235, 1987.

 9.  Templeton, A.R.  Review of The Natural History of Inbreeding and Outbreeding edited by N.W. Thornhill.  Conservation Biol. 8: 608-610, 1994.

10. Templeton, A.R.  Review of Species Evolution:  The Role of Chromosome Change by Max King.  Quart. Rev. Biol. 70: 76, 1995.

11. Templeton, A. R.  Review of Speciation and the Recognition Concept:  Theory and Application  edited by D. M. Lambert and H. G. Spencer.  Amer. Sci. 85: 384-386, 1997.

12. Templeton, A. R.  Review of Race and Human Evolution  by Wolpoff,M. and Caspari,R.  Current Anthropology 38(5): 921-922, 1997.

13. Templeton, A. R.  Applying genetics to species conservation:  a review of Genetics and the Extinction of Species edited by L. F. Landweber and A. P. Dobson.  BioSci 50: 539-540, 2000.

14.  Templeton A. R.   Review of Genetic Effects on Environmental Vulnerability to Disease, Based on a Novartis Foundation Symposium edited by Sir Michael Rutter. The Quarterly Review of Biology 85, 107-107, 2010.

15.  Templeton, A. R.  Review of Introduction to Conservation Genetics by R. Frankham, J. D. Ballou, and D. A. Briscoe. The Quarterly Review of Biology 86:56, 2011.

ARTICLES IN PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS

  1.   Templeton, A.R. and E.D. Rothman.  The population genetics of parthenogenetic strains of Drosophila mercatorum. I.  One locus models and statistics.  Theoretical and Applied Genetics  43: 204-212, 1973.

  2.   Templeton, A.R.  Density dependent selection in parthenogenetic and self-mating populations.  Theoretical Population Biology 5: 229-250, 1974.

  3.   Templeton, A.R. and E.D. Rothman.  Evolution in heterogeneous environments.  American Naturalist 108: 409-428, 1974.

  4.   Templeton, A.R.  Analysis of selection in populations observed over a sequence of consecutive generations.  I.  Some one locus models with a single, constant fitness component per genotype.  Theoretical and Applied Genetics 45: 179-191, 1974.

  5.   Rothman, E.D., C.F. Sing and A.R. Templeton.  A model for analysis of population structure.  Genetics 78: 943-960, 1974.

  6.   Templeton, A.R., C.F. Sing and B. Brokaw.  The unit of selection in Drosophila mercatorum. I. The interaction of selection and meiosis in parthenogenetic strains.   Genetics 82: 349-376, 1976.

  7.   Templeton, A.R., H.L. Carson and C.F. Sing.  The population genetics of parthenogenetic strains of Drosophila mercatorum.  II.  The capacity for parthenogenesis in a natural, bisexual population.  Genetics 82: 527-542, 1976.

  8.   Carson, H.L., L.T. Teramoto and A.R. Templeton.  Behavioral differences between isogenic strains of Drosophila mercatorum.  Behavior Genetics 7: 189-197, 1977.

  9.   Templeton, A.R.  Analysis of head shape differences between two interfertile species of Hawaiian Drosophila.  Evolution 31: 630-642, 1977.

 10.  Templeton, A.R.  Survival probabilities of mutant alleles in fine grained environments.  American Naturalist 111: 897-902, 1977.

 11.  Annest, J.L. and A.R. Templeton.  Genetic recombination and clonal selection in Drosophila mercatorum. Genetics 89: 193-210, 1978.

 12.  Templeton, A.R. and E.D. Rothman.  Evolution in fine-grained environments.  I.  Environmental runs and the evolution of homeostasis.  Theoretical Population Biology 13: 340-355, 1978.

 13.  Templeton, A.R. and D.A. Levin.  Evolutionary consequences of seed pools.  American Naturalist 114: 232-249, 1979.

 14.  Templeton, A.R.  Chromosome number, quantitative genetics and eusociality.  American Naturalist 113: 937-941, 1979.

 15.  Templeton, A.R.  A frequency-dependent model of brood selection.  American Naturalist 114: 515-524, 1979.

 16.  Templeton, A.R.  Once again, why 300 species of Hawaiian Drosophila ?  Evolution 33: 513-517, 1979.

 17.  Templeton, A.R.  The unit of selection in Drosophila mercatorum. II.  Genetic revolutions and the origin of coadapted genomes in parthenogenetic strains.  Genetics 92: 1265-1282, 1979.

 18.  Templeton, A.R.  The parthenogenetic capacities and genetic structures of sympatric populations of Drosophila mercatorum  and Drosophila hydei.  Genetics 92: 1283-1293, 1979.

 19,  Templeton, A.R.  The theory of speciation via the founder principle.  Genetics 94: 1011-1038, 1980.

 20.  Yokoyama, S. and A.R. Templeton.  The effect of social selection on the population dynamics of Huntington's disease.  Annals of Human Genetics 43: 413-417, 1980.

 21.  Templeton, A.R. and S. Yokoyama.  The effect of reproductive compensation and the desire to have male offspring on the incidence of a sex-linked lethal disease.  American Journal of Human Genetics 32: 575-581, 1980.

 22.  Ochman, H., B. Stille, M. Niklasson, R.K. Selander and A.R. Templeton.  Evolution of clonal diversity in the parthenogenetic fly Lonchoptera dubia.  Evolution 34: 539-547, 1980.

 23.  Templeton, A.R.  Modes of speciation and inferences based on genetic distances.  Evolution 34: 719-729, 1980.

 24.  Rothman, E.D. and A.R. Templeton.  A class of models of selectively neutral alleles.  Theoretical Population Biology 18: 135-150, 1980.

 25.  Templeton, A.R.  The evolution of life histories under pleiotropic constraints and r-selection.  Theoretical Population Biology 18: 279-289, 1980.

 26.  Templeton, A.R. and L.R. Lawlor.  The fallacy of the averages in ecological optimization theory.  American Naturalist 117: 390-393, 1981.

 27.  Templeton, A.R.  Some comments on "Genetic variation and progressive evolution" by D. Layzer.  American Naturalist 117: 1049-1051, 1981.

 28.  Templeton, A.R. and E.D. Rothman.  Evolution in fine-grained environments.  II.  Habitat selection as a homeostatic mechanism.  Theoretical Population Biology 19: 326-340, 1981.

 29.  Templeton, A.R.  Mechanisms of speciation -- a population genetic approach.  Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 12: 32-48, 1981.

 30.  Clark, R.L., A.R. Templeton and C.F. Sing.  Studies of enzyme polymorphisms in the Kamuela population of D. mercatorum.  I.  Estimation of the level of polymorphism.  Genetics 98: 597-611, 1981.

 31.  Templeton, A.R., R. DeSalle and V. Walbot.  Speciation and inferences on rates of molecular evolution from genetic distances.  Heredity 47: 439-442, 1981.

 32.  Yokoyama, S. and A.R. Templeton.  Effect of cultural inheritance of reproductive compensation on the incidence of a sex-linked lethal disease.  Journal of Theoretical Biology 99: 389-395, 1982.

 33.  Templeton, A.R.  The crisis of partial extinction.  Natural Areas Journal 2, No. 3: 35-38, 1982.

 34.    Templeton, A.R.  Phylogenetic inference from restriction endonuclease cleavage site maps with particular reference to the evolution of humans and the apes.  Evolution 37: 221-244, 1983.

 35.  Giddings, L.V. and A.R. Templeton.  Behavioral phylogenies and the direction of evolution.  Science 220: 372-378, 1983.

 36.  Templeton, A.R.  Systematics of Basidiomycetes based on 5S rRNA sequences and other data.  Nature 303: 731-732, 1983.

 37.  Perondini, A.L.P., P.A. Otto, A.R. Templeton and A. Rogatko.  Evidence for assortative mating systems related to the polytene chromosome-band polymorphism in Sciara ocellaris.  Journal of Heredity 74:283-288, 1983.

 38.  Templeton, A.R. and B. Read.  Factors eliminating inbreeding depression in a captive herd of Speke's gazelle.  Zoo Biology 3: 177-199, 1984.

 39.  Carson, H.L. and A.R. Templeton.  Genetic revolutions in relation to speciation phenomena:  the founding of new populations.  Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 15: 97-131, 1984.

 40.  Templeton, A.R.  The phylogeny of the hominoid primates:  a statistical analysis of the DNA-DNA hybridization data.  Molecular Biology and Evolution 2: 420-433, 1985.

 41.  Templeton, A.R., T.J. Crease and F. Shah.  The molecular through ecological genetics of abnormal abdomen in Drosophila mercatorum.  I.  Basic genetics.  Genetics 111: 805-818, 1985.

 42.  DeSalle, R., L.V. Giddings and A.R. Templeton.  Mitochondrial DNA variability in natural populations of Hawaiian Drosophila. I. Methods and levels of variability in D. silvestris  and D. heteroneura  populations.  Heredity 56: 75-86, 1986.

 43.  DeSalle, R. and A.R. Templeton.  The molecular through ecological genetics of abnormal abdomen. III. Tissue-specific differential replication of ribosomal genes modulates the abnormal abdomen phenotype in Drosophila mercatorum.  Genetics 112: 877-886, 1986.

 44.  Templeton, A.R.  Further comments on the statistical analysis of DNA-DNA hybridization data.  Molecular Biology and Evolution 3: 290-295, 1986.

 45.  Templeton, A.R., H. Hemmer, G. Mace, U.S. Seal, W.M. Shields, and D.S. Woodruff.  Local adaptation, coadaptation, and population boundaries.  Zoo Biol. 5: 115-125, 1986.

 46.  DeSalle, R. and A.R. Templeton.  Comments on "The significance of asymmetrical sexual isolation."  Evolution Biol. 21:  21-27, 1987.

 47.  Templeton, A.R.  The general relationship between average effect and average excess.  Genetic Research 49: 69-70, 1987.

 48.  Templeton, A.R.  Nonparametric phylogenetic inference from restriction cleavage sites.  Molecular Biology and Evolution 4: 315-319, 1987.

 49.  DeSalle, R., A.R. Templeton, I. Mori, S. Pletscher, and J.S. Johnston.  Temporal and spatial heterogeneity of mtDNA polymorphisms in natural populations of Drosophila mercatorum.  Genetics 116: 215-223, 1987.

 50.  Templeton, A.R., E. Boerwinkle, and C.F. Sing.  A cladistic analysis of phenotypic associations with haplotypes inferred from restriction endonuclease mapping. I. Basic theory and an analysis of alcohol dehydrogenase activity in Drosophila.  Genetics 117: 343-351, 1987.

 51.  Templeton, A.R., S.K. Davis, and B. Read.  Genetic variability in a captive herd of Speke's gazelle (Gazella spekei ).  Zoo Biology 6: 305-313, 1987.

 52.  Ralls, K., J.D. Ballou, and A.R. Templeton.  Estimates of lethal equivalents and the cost of inbreeding in mammals.  Conservation Biology 2: 185-193, 1988.

 53.  DeSalle, R., and A.R. Templeton.  Founder effects and the rate of mitochondrial DNA evolution in Hawaiian Drosophila.  Evolution 42: 1076-1084, 1988.

 54.  Georgiadis, N., P. Dunham, B. Read, and A. R. Templeton.  HK/LK polymorphism and its genetic determination in Speke's gazelle.  Journal of Heredity 79: 325-331, 1988.

 55.  Templeton, A.R., C.F. Sing, A. Kessling, and S. Humphries.  A cladistic analysis of phenotypic associations with haplotypes inferred from restriction endonuclease mapping.  II.  The analysis of natural populations.  Genetics 120: 1145-1154, 1988.

 56.  Ahearn, J.N. and A.R. Templeton.  Interspecific hybrids of Drosophila heteroneura  and D. silvestris. I. Courtship success.  Evolution 43: 347-361, 1989.

 57.  Templeton, A.R., H. Hollocher, S. Lawler, and J.S. Johnston.  Natural selection and ribosomal DNA in Drosophila.  Genome 31: 296-303, 1989.

 58.  Templeton, A.R., K. Shaw, E. Routman, and S.K. Davis.  The genetic consequences of habitat fragmentation.  Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 77: 13-27, 1990.

 59.  Davis, S.K., J.E. Strassmann, C. Hughes, L.S. Pletscher and A.R. Templeton.  Population structure and kinship in Polistes  (Hymenoptera, Vespidae): an analysis using ribosomal DNA and protein electrophoresis.  Evolution 44: 1242-1253, 1990.

 60.  Templeton, A.R.  The role of genetics in captive breeding and reintroduction for species conservation.  Endangered Species UPDATE 8: 14-17, 1990.

 61.  Hollocher, H., A.R. Templeton, R. DeSalle, and J.S. Johnston.  The molecular through ecological genetics of abnormal abdomen.  IV.  Components of genetic variation in a natural population of Drosophila mercatorum.  Genetics 130: 355-366, 1992.

 62.  Templeton, A.R.  Human origins and analysis of mitochondrial DNA sequences.  Science 255: 737, 1992.

 63.  Sing, C.F., M.B. Haviland, K.E. Zerba and A.R. Templeton.  Application of cladistics to the analysis of genotype-phenotype relationships.  European Journal of Epidemiology 8 (Suppl. 1): 3-9, 1992.

 64.  DeSalle, R. and A.R. Templeton.  The mtDNA genealogy of closely related Drosophila silvestris.  Journal of Heredity 83: 211-216, 1992.

 65.  Templeton, A.R., K.A. Crandall, and C.F. Sing.  A cladistic analysis of phenotypic associations with haplotypes inferred from restriction endonuclease mapping and DNA sequence data.  III.  Cladogram estimation. Genetics 132: 619-633, 1992.

 66.  Sing, C.F., M.B. Haviland, A.R. Templeton, K.E. Zerba, and S.L. Reilly.   Biological complexity and strategies for finding DNA variations responsible for inter-individual variation in risk of a common chronic disease, coronary artery disease. Annals of Medicine 24: 539-547, 1992.

 67.  Templeton, A.R.  The “Eve” hypothesis:  A genetic critique and reanalysis.  American Anthropologist 95: 51-72, 1993.

 68.  Templeton, A. R., H. Hollocher and J. S. Johnston. The molecular through ecological genetics of abnormal abdomen in Drosophila mercatorum.  V.  Female phenotypic expression on natural genetic backgrounds and in natural environments. Genetics 134: 475-485, 1993.

 69.  Templeton, A. R. and C. F. Sing. A cladistic analysis of phenotypic associations with haplotypes inferred from restriction endonuclease mapping.  IV.  Nested analyses with cladogram uncertainty and recombination. Genetics 134: 659-669. 1993.

 70.  Crandall, K. A. and A. R. Templeton. Empirical tests of some predictions from coalescent theory with applications to intraspecific phylogeny reconstruction. Genetics 134: 959-969, 1993.

 71.  Lawler, D. F., A. R. Templeton and K. L. Monti. Evidence for genetic involvement in feline dilated cardiomyopathy. Journal of Vetinary Internal Medicine 7: 383-387, 1993.

 72.  Hollocher, Hope and A.R. Templeton.  The molecular through ecological genetics of abnormal abdomen in Drosophila mercatorum.  VI.  The non-neutrality of the Y chromosome rDNA polymorphism. Genetics 136: 1373-1384, 1994.

 73.  Georgiadis, N., L. Bischof, A. Templeton, J. Patton, W. Karesh, and D. Western.  Structure and history of African elephant populations:  I.  Eastern and Southern Africa.  Journal of Heredity 85: 100-104, 1994.

 74.  Templeton, A.R.  "Eve":  hypothesis compatibility versus hypothesis testing.  American Anthropologist 96: 141-147, 1994.

 75.  Castelloe, J. and A.R. Templeton.   Root probabilities for intraspecific gene trees under neutral coalescent theory.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 3: 102-113, 1994.

 76.  Templeton, A. R.  Biodiversity at the molecular genetic level:  experiences from disparate macroorganisms.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 345: 59-64, 1994.

 77.  Carson, H. L., F. C. Val and A. R. Templeton.  Change in male secondary sexual characters in artificial interspecific hybrid populations.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 91: 6315-6318, 1994.

 78.  Butler, M., A. R. Templeton and B. Read.  DNA fingerprinting in Speke's gazelle:  a test for genetic distinctness, and the correlation between relatedness and similarity.  Molecular Ecology 3: 355-361, 1994.

 79.  Routman, E., R. Wu and A. R. Templeton.  Parsimony, molecular evolution, and biogeography:  the case of the North American giant salamander.  Evolution 48: 1799-1809, 1994.

 80.  Lawler, D. F., A. R. Templeton and K. L. Monti.  Feline dilated cardiomyopathy:  genetic aspects.  Veterinary Clinical Nutrition 1(4): 159-162, 1995.

 81.  Templeton, A. R.  A cladistic analysis of phenotypic associations with haplotypes inferred from restriction endonuclease mapping or DNA sequencing.  V.  Analysis of case/control sampling designs:  Alzheimer's disease and the Apoprotein E locus.  Genetics 140: 403-409, 1995.

 82.  McNearney, T., Z. Hornickova, A. R. Templeton, A. Birdwell, M. Arens, R. Markham, A. Saah and L. Ratner.  Nef and LTR sequence variation from sequentially derived human immunodeficiency virus type 1 isolates.  Virology 208: 388-398, 1995.

 83.  Templeton, A. R., E. Routman and C. Phillips.  Separating population structure from population history:  a cladistic analysis of the geographical distribution of mitochondrial DNA haplotypes in the Tiger Salamander, Ambystoma tigrinum.  Genetics 140: 767-782, 1995.

 84.  Gerber, A. S. and A. R. Templeton.  Population sizes and within-deme movement of Trimerotropsis saxatilis (Acrididae), a grasshopper with a  fragmented distribution.  Oecologica 105: 343-350, 1996.

 85.  Markham, R. B., D. H. Schwartz, A. Templeton, J. B. Margolick, H. Farzadegan, D. Vlahov and X. Yu.  Selective transmission of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 variants to SCID mice reconstituted with human peripheral blood mononuclear cells.  Journal of Virology 70: 6947-6954, 1996.

 86.  Templeton, A. R.  Experimental evidence for the genetic-transilience model of speciation.  Evolution 50: 909-915, 1996.

 87.  Templeton, A. R.  Gene lineages and human evolution.  Science 272: 1363, 1996.

 88.  Ratner, L., T. Joseph, J. Bandres, S. Ghosh, N. V. Heyden, A. Templeton, B. Hahn, W. Powderly and M. Arens.  Sequence heterogeneity of Nef transcripts in HIV-1 infected subjects at different stages of disease.  Virology 223: 245-250, 1996.

 89.  Templeton, A. R.  Contingency tests of neutrality using intra/interspecific gene trees:  the rejection of neutrality for the evolution of the mitochondrial Cytochrome Oxidase II gene in the hominoid primates.  Genetics 144: 1263-1270, 1996.

 90.  Templeton, A. R.  Out of Africa?  What do genes tell us? Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 7: 841-847, 1997.

 91.  Templeton, A. R. and B. Read.  Elimination of inbreeding depression from a captive population of Speke's gazelle:  Validity of the original statistical analysis and confirmation by permutation testing.  Zoo Biol. 17: 77-94, 1998.

 92.  Templeton, A. R.  Nested clade analyses of phylogeographic data:  testing hypotheses about gene flow and population history.  Molecular Ecology 7: 381-397, 1998.

 93.  Hammer, M. F., T. Karafet, A. Rasanayagam, E. T. Wood, T. K. Altheide, T. Jenkins, R. C. Griffiths, A. R. Templeton and S. L. Zegura.  Out of Africa and back again: Nested cladistic analysis of human Y chromosome variation.  Molecular Biology and Evolution 15: 427-441, 1998.

 94.  Templeton, A. R.  Human Races:  A Genetic and Evolutionary Perspective.  American Anthropologist 100(3): 632-650, 1998.

 95.  Markham, R. B., W. Wang, A. E. Weisstein, Z. Wang, A. Munoz, A. R. Templeton, J. Margolick, D. Vlahov, T. Quinn, H. Farzadegan and X. Yu.  Patterns of HIV-1 evolution in individuals with differing rates of CD4 T cell decline.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95: 12568-12573, 1998.

 96.  Templeton, A. R.  The Complexity of The Genotype-Phenotype Relationship and the Limitations of Using Genetic “Markers” at the Individual Level.  Science in Context 11(3/4): 373-389, 1998.

 97.  Crandall, K. A. and A. R. Templeton.  The zoogeography and centers of origin of the crayfish subgenus Procericambarus (Decapoda : Cambaridae).  Evolution 53: 123-134, 1999.

 98.  Karafet, T. M., S. L. Zegura, O. Posukh, L. Osipova, A. Bergen, J. Long, D. Goldman, W. Klitz, S. Harihara, P. de Knijff, V. Wiebe, R. C. Griffiths, A. R. Templeton and M. F. Hammer.  Ancestral Asian source(s) of New World Y-chromosome founder haplotypes.  American Journal of Human Genetics 64(3): 817-831, 1999.

 99.  Templeton, A. R.  Uses of evolutionary theory in the human genome project.  Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 30: 23-49, 1999.

100. Matioli, S. R. and A. R. Templeton.  Coadapted gene complexes for morphological traits in Drosophila mercatorum.  Two-loci interactions.  Heredity 83: 54-61, 1999.

101. Templeton, A. R.  Experimental Tests of Genetic Transilience.  Evolution 53: 1628-1632, 1999.

102. Durand, J. D., A. R. Templeton, B. Guinand, A. Imsiridou and Y. Bouvet.  Nested clade and phylogeographic analyses of the chub, Leuciscus cephalus (Teleostei, Cyprinidae) in Greece:  implications for Balkan Peninsula biogeography. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 13: 566-580, 1999.

103. Hutchison, D. W. and A. R. Templeton.  Correlation of pairwise genetic and geographic distance measures:  inferring the relative influences of gene flow and drift on the distribution of genetic variability.  Evolution 53: 1898-1914, 1999.

104. Carneiro, M., X. F. Yu, C. Lyles, A. Templeton, A. E. Weisstein, M. Safaeian, H. Farzadegan, D. Vlahov, and R. B. Markham.  The effect of drug-injection behavior on genetic evolution of HIV-1. Journal of Infectious Diseases 180:1025-1032, 1999.

105. Templeton, A. R., A. G. Clark, K. M. Weiss, D. A. Nickerson, J. Stengård, E. Boerwinkle and C. F. Sing.  Recombinational and mutational hotspots within the human Lipoprotein Lipase gene.  American Journal of Human Genetics 66: 69-83, 2000.

106. Posada, D., K. A. Crandall, and A. R. Templeton.  GeoDis:  a program for the cladistic nested analysis of the geographical distribution of genetic haplotypes. Molecular Ecology 9:487-488, 2000.

107. Phillips, C. A., G. Suau and A. R. Templeton.  Effects of Holocene climate fluctuation on mitochondrial DNA variation in the ringed salamander, Ambystoma annulatum.  Copeia 2000: 542-545, 2000.

108. Dominique Durand, J., E. Ünlü, I. Doadrio, S. Pipoyan and A. R. Templeton.  Origin, radiation, dispersion and allopatric hybridization in the chub Leuciscus cephalus.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 267: 1687-1697, 2000.

109. Templeton, A. R., A. G. Clark, K. M. Weiss, D. A. Nickerson, E. Boerwinkle and C. F. Sing.  Cladistic structure within the human Lipoprotein Lipase gene and its implications for phenotypic association studies.  Genetics 156: 1259-1275, 2000.

110. Cruzan, M. B. and A. R. Templeton. Paleoecology and coalescence: phylogeographic analysis of hypotheses from the fossil record. Trends in Evolution and Ecology 15(12): 491-496, 2000.

111. Templeton, A. R., S. D. Maskas and M. B. Cruzan. Gene Trees:  A Powerful Tool for Exploring the Evolutionary Biology of Species and Speciation. Plant Species Biology 15(3): 211-222, 2000.

112. Templeton, A. R.  Using phylogeographic analyses of gene trees to test species status and processes. Molecular Ecology 10:779-791, 2001.

113. Templeton, A. R., R. J. Robertson, J. Brisson and J. Strasburg. Disrupting evolutionary processes: The effect of habitat fragmentation on collared lizards in the Missouri Ozarks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 98(10): 5426-5432, 2001.

114. Kramer, M. G., and A. R. Templeton.  Life-history changes that accompany the transition from sexual to parthenogenetic reproduction in Drosophila mercatorum. Evolution 55:748-761, 2001.

115. Templeton, A. R. Out of Africa again and again. Nature 416: 45 - 51, 2002.

116. Antunes, A., A. R. Templeton, R. Guyomard, and P. Alexandrino. Correction:  The role of nuclear genes in intraspecitic evolutionary inference: Genealogy of the transferrin gene in the brown trout (vol 19, pg 1272, 2002). Molecular Biology and Evolution 19:1644, 2002.

117. Branco, M., M. Monnerot, N. Ferrand and A.R. Templeton. Postglacial dispersal of the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) on the Iberian peninsula reconstructed from nested clade and mismatch analyses of mitochondrial DNA genetic variation. Evolution 56: 792–803, 2002.

118. Kramer, M.G., A.R. Templeton and K.G. Miller. Evolutionary implications of developmental instability in parthenogenetic Drosophila mercatorum. I. Comparison of several strains with different genotypes.  Evolution & Development 4: 223-233, 2002.

119. Kramer, M.G., A.R. Templeton and K.G. Miller. Evolutionary implications of developmental instability in parthenogenetic Drosophila mercatorum. II. Comparison of two strains with identical genotypes, but different modes of reproduction. Evolution & Development 4: 234-241, 2002.

120. Templeton, A.R. "Optimal" randomization strategies when testing the existence of a phylogeographic structure: A reply to Petit and Grivet. Genetics 161: 473-475, 2002.

121. Antunes, A., A.R. Templeton, R. Guyomard and P. Alexandrino. The role of nuclear genes in intraspecific evolutionary inference:  genealogy of the transferrin gene in the brown trout. Molecular Biology and Evolution 19(8): 1272-1287, 2002.

122. Templeton, A.R.  The Speke's Gazelle Breeding Program as an Illustration of the Importance of Multilocus Genetic Diversity in Conservation Biology: Response to Kalinowski et al.   Conservation Biology 16: 1151-1155, 2002.

123. Williams, S. M., and A. R. Templeton. Race and Genomics. New England Journal of Medicine June 348:2581-2582, 2003.

124. Bates, B. R., A. Templeton, P. J. Achter, T. M. Harris, and C. M. Condit. What does A gene for heart disease mean? A focus group study of public understandings of genetic risk factors. American Journal of Medical Genetics 119A:156-161, 2003.

125. Brisson, J. A., J. L. Strasburg, and A. R. Templeton. Impact of fire management on the ecology of collared lizard (Crotaphytus collaris) populations living on the Ozark Plateau. Animal Conservation 6:247-254, 2003.

126. Condit, C., A. R. Templeton, B. R. Bates, J. L. Bevan, and T. M. Harris.  Attitudinal barriers to delivery of race-targeted pharmacogenomics among informed lay persons. Genetics in Medicine 5:385-392, 2003.

127. Templeton, A. R.  Statistical phylogeography: methods of evaluating and minimizing inference errors. Molecular Ecology 13:789-809,2004.

128. Templeton, A. R. Using Haplotype Trees for Phylogeographic and Species Inference in Fish Populations. Environmental Biology of Fishes 69:7-20, 2004.

129. Templeton, A. R., R. A. Reichert, A. E. Weisstein, X. F. Yu, and R. B. Markham. Selection in context: patterns of natural selection in the glycoprotein 120 region of human immunodeficiency virus 1 within infected individuals. Genetics 167:1547-1561, 2004.

130. Brisson, J. A., A. R. Templeton, and I. Duncan.  Population Genetics of the Developmental Gene optomotor-blind (omb) in Drosophila polymorpha: Evidence for a Role in Abdominal Pigmentation Variation. Genetics 168:1999-2010, 2004.

131. Templeton, A. R., T. Maxwell, D. Posada, J. H. Stengard, E. Boerwinkle, and C. F. Sing. Tree Scanning: A Method for Using Haplotype Trees in Phenotype/Genotype Association Studies. Genetics 169:441-453, 2005.

132. Brisson, J. A., D. C. De Toni, I. Duncan, and A. R. Templeton. Abdominal pigmentation variation in Drosophila polymorpha: Geographic variation in the trait, and underlying phylogeography. Evolution 59:1046-1059, 2005.

133. Maxwell, T., M. Ameyaw, S. Pritchard, N. Thornton, G. Folayan, J. Githang'a, A. Indalo, M. Tariq, A. Mobarek, D. Price Evans, D. Ofori-Adjei, A. Templeton, and H. McLeod.  Beta-2 adrenergic receptor genotypes and haplotypes in different ethnic groups. International Journal of Molecular Medicine 16:573-580, 2005.

134. Posada, D., T. J. Maxwell, and A. R. Templeton.  TreeScan: a bioinformatic application to search for genotype/phenotype associations using haplotype trees. Bioinformatics 21:2130-2132, 2005.

135. Templeton, A., R.  Haplotype Trees and Modern Human Origins. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology 48:33-59, 2005.

136. Posada, D., K. A. Crandall, and A. R. Templeton. Nested clade analysis statistics. Molecular Ecology Notes 6:590-593, 2006.

137. Rosenberg, S., A. Templeton, P. Feigin, D. Lancet, J. Beckmann, S. Selig, D. Hamer, and K. Skorecki. The association of DNA sequence variation at the MAOA genetic locus with quantitative behavioural traits in normal males. Human Genet. 120:447-459, 2006.

138. Templeton, A. R. God of the Gaps versus Life Is a Miracle:  Two Perspectives on Evolution and Religion. Forum on Public Policy 2:882-893, 2006.

139. Templeton, A. R. Shared history of humans and gut bacteria: Evolutionary togetherness: coupled evolution of humans and a pathogen. Heredity 98:337-338, 2007.

140. Smith, A. R., and A. R. Templeton. Using prescribed fire to restore evolutionary processes at Ozark National Scenic Riverways:  The case of the collared lizard. Park Science 24:84-88, 2007.

141. Templeton, A. R. Genetics and recent human evolution. Evolution 61:1507-1519, 2007.

142. Östman, Ö., N. W. Griffin, J. L. Strasburg, J. A. Brisson, A. R. Templeton, T. M. Knight, and J. M. Chase. Habitat area affects arthropod communities directly and indirectly through top predators. Ecography 30:359-366, 2007.

143. Strasburg J. L., M. Kearney, C. Moritz, and A. R. Templeton. Combining phylogeography with distribution modeling: multiple Pleistocene range expansions in a parthenogenetic gecko from the Australian arid zone. PLoS ONE. 2, e760, 2007.

144. Bar-David, S., O. Segev, N. Peleg, N. Hill, A. R. Templeton, C. B. Schultz, and L. Blaustein.  Long-Distance Movements by Fire Salamanders (Salamandra infraimmaculata) and Implications for Habitat Fragmentation. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 53:143 – 159, 2007.

145. Templeton, A. R., J. L. Neuwald, H. Brazeal, and R. J. Robertson. Restoring Demographic Processes in Translocated Populations: The Case of Collared Lizards in the Missouri Ozarks Using Prescribed Forest Fires. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 53:179–196, 2007.

146. Gu C. C., K. Yu, S. Ketkar, A. R. Templeton, and D.C. Rao.  On transferability of genome-wide tagSNPs. Genetic Epidemiology 32:89-97, 2008.

147. Bercovici, S., D. Geiger, L. Shlush, K. Skorecki, and A. Templeton. Panel construction for mapping in admixed populations via expected mutual information. Genome Research 18:661-667, 2008.

148. Templeton, A. R.  Nested clade analysis: an extensively validated method for strong phylogeographic inference. Molecular Ecology 17:1877-1880, 2008.

149. Templeton, A., R. The reality and importance of founder speciation in evolution. BioEssays 30:470-479, 2008.

150. Shlush, L. I., D. M. Behar, G. Yudkovsky, A. Templeton, Y. Hadid, F. Basis, M. Hammer, S. Itzkovitz, and K. Skorecki. The Druze: A population genetic refugium of the Near East. PLoS ONE 3:e2105, 2008.

151. Templeton, A. R. Statistical hypothesis testing in intraspecific phylogeography: nested clade phylogeographical analysis vs. approximate Bayesian computation. Molecular Ecology 18(2): 319-331, 2009.

152. Climer, S., G. Jager, A. R. Templeton, and W. Zhang. How frugal is Mother Nature with haplotypes? Bioinformatics 25:68-74, 2009.

153. Kowalski, J., S. J. Gange, M. F. Schneider, H.-L. Tsai, A. Templeton, Q. Shao, G. W. Zhang, M.-F. Yeh, M. Young, and R. B. Markham. Relationship of Injection Drug Use, Antiretroviral Therapy Resistance, and Genetic Diversity in the HIV-1 pol Gene. JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome 50:381-389 310, 2009.

154. Gershoni, M., A. R. Templeton, and D. Mishmar. Mitochondrial bioenergetics as a major motive force of speciation. BioEssays 31:642-650, 2009.

155. Templeton, A., M. Kramer, J. Jarvis, J. Kowalski, S. Gange, M. Schneider, Q. Shao, G. W. Zhang, M.-F. Yeh, H.-L. Tsai, H. Zhang, and R. Markham. Multiple-infection and recombination in HIV-1 within a longitudinal cohort of women. Retrovirology 6:54-65, 2009.

156. Templeton, A. R. Why does a method that fails continue to be used:  the answer. Evolution 63(4): 807-812, 2009.

157. Braude, S., and A. R. Templeton. Understanding the multiple meanings of 'inbreeding' and 'effective size' for genetic management of African rhinoceros populations. African Journal of Ecology 47:546-555, 2009.

158. Templeton, A. R.  On the origin of species: A 21st century perspective on species.  ANAIS 26: 4-11, 2009.

159. Martins, F., A. Templeton, A. Pavan, B. Kohlbach, and J. Morgante. Phylogeography of the common vampire bat (Desmodus rotundus): Marked population structure, Neotropical Pleistocene vicariance and incongruence between nuclear and mtDNA markers. BMC Evolutionary Biology 9:294, 2009.

160. Templeton, A. R. Natural Selection from Darwin to the 21st Century. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 55:207-214, 2009.

161. Templeton, A. The diverse applications of cladistic analysis of molecular evolution, with special reference to nested clade analysis. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 11:124-139, 2010.

162. Templeton, A. R. Coalescent-based, maximum likelihood inference in phylogeography. Mol. Ecol. 19:431-435, 2010.

163. Templeton, A. R. Coherent and incoherent inference in phylogeography and human evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107:6376-6381, 2010.

164. Segev, O., N. Hill, A. R. Templeton, and L. Blaustein. Population size, structure and phenology of an endangered salamander at temporary and permanent breeding sites. Journal for Nature Conservation 18:189-195, 2010.

165. Templeton, A. R. Has human evolution stopped? Rambam Maimonides Medical Journal 1:e0006, 2010.

166. Templeton, A. R. Correcting Approximate Bayesian Computation. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 25:488-489, 2010.

167. Templeton, A. R. Reply to Berger et al.: Improving ABC. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107:E158, 2010.

168. Shlush, L., S. Bercovici, W. Wasser, G. Yudkovsky, A. Templeton, D. Geiger, and K. Skorecki. Admixture mapping of end stage kidney disease genetic susceptibility using estimated mutual information ancestry informative markers. BMC Medical Genomics 3/47:12 pages, 2010.

169. Hochberg, Z., and A. R. Templeton. Evolutionary perspective in skin color, vitamin D and its receptor. HORMONES 9:307-311, 2010.

170. Climer, S., A. R. Templeton, and W. Zhang. SplittingHeirs: inferring haplotypes by optimizing resultant dense graphs. Proceedings of the First ACM International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. ACM, Niagara Falls, New York: 127-136, 2010.

171. Coventry, A., L. M. Bull-Otterson, X. Liu, A. G. Clark, T. J. Maxwell, J. Crosby, J. E. Hixson, T. J. Rea, D. M. Muzny, L. R. Lewis, D. A. Wheeler, A. Sabo, C. Lusk, K. G. Weiss, H. Akbar, A. Cree, A. C. Hawes, I. Newsham, R. T. Varghese, D. Villasana, S. Gross, V. Joshi, J. Santibanez, M. Morgan, K. Chang, W. H. Iv, A. R. Templeton, E. Boerwinkle, R. Gibbs, and C. F. Sing. Deep resequencing reveals excess rare recent variants consistent with explosive population growth. Nature Communications 1:131, 2010.

172. Davit, C. and A. R. Templeton. Collared lizard recovery in the Ozarks. Missouri Prairie Journal 32:18-21, 2011.

173. Templeton, A. R., H. Brazeal, and J. L. Neuwald. The transition from isolated patches to a metapopulation in the eastern collared lizard in response to prescribed fires. Ecology 92:1736-1747, 2011.  **Featured on Cover and placed by the Faculty of 1000 in their library of the top 2% of published articles in biology and medicine.

174. Koester, B., T. J. Rea, A. R. Templeton, A. S. Szalay, and C. F. Sing. Long-range autocorrelations of CpG islands in the human genome. PLoS One 7:e29889, 2012.

175. Renan, S., E. Speyer, N. Shahar, T. Gueta, A. R. Templeton, and S. Bar-David. A factorial design experiment as a pilot study for noninvasive genetic sampling. Molecular Ecology Resources 12:1040-1047, 2012.

176. Neuwald J. L. and A. R. Templeton. Genetic restoration in the eastern collared lizard under prescribed woodland burning. Molecular Ecology 22(14):3666-3679, 2013.

177. Geahlen, J. H., C. Lapid, K. Thorell, I. Nikolskiy, W. J. Huh, E. L. Oates, J. K. M. Lennerz, X. Tian, V. G. Weis, S. S. Khurana, S. B. Lundin, A. R. Templeton, and J. C. Mills. Evolution of the human gastrokine locus and confounding factors regarding the pseudogenicity of GKN3. Physiological Genomics 45:667-683, 2013.

178. Blank, L., I. Sinai, S. Bar-David, N. Peleg, O. Segev, A. Sadeh, N. M. Kopelman, A. R. Templeton, J. Merilä, and L. Blaustein. Genetic population structure of the endangered fire salamander (Salamandra infraimmaculata) at the southernmost extreme of its distribution. Animal Conservation 16:412-421, 2013.

179. Templeton, A. R. Biological races in humans. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 44:262-271, 2013.

180.  Climer, S., A. R. Templeton, and W. Zhang. Allele-Specific Network Reveals Combinatorial Interaction That Transcends Small Effects in Psoriasis GWAS. PLoS Computational Biology 10, e1003766, 2014.

181.  Gueta, T., A. R. Templeton, and S. Bar-David. Development of genetic structure in a heterogeneous landscape over a short time frame: the reintroduced Asiatic wild ass. Conservation Genetics 15:1231-1242, 2014.

182.  Greenbaum, G., A. R. Templeton, Y. Zarmi, and S. Bar-David. Allelic richness following population founding events – A stochastic modeling framework incorporating gene flow and genetic drift. Plos One 9:e115203, 2014.

183.  Kershenbaum, A., L. Blank, I. Sinai, J. Merilä, L. Blaustein, and A. Templeton. Landscape influences on dispersal behaviour: a theoretical model and empirical test using the fire salamander, Salamandra infraimmaculata. Oecologia 175:509-520, 2014.

184.  Climer, S., A. R. Templeton, and W. Zhang. Human gephyrin is encompassed within giant functional noncoding yinâ-“yang sequences. Nat Commun 6:11 pgs.  doi: 10.1038/ncomms7534, 2015.

185.  Renan, S., G. Greenbaum, N. Shahar, A. R. Templeton, A. Bouskila, and S. Bar-David. Stochastic modelling of shifts in allele frequencies reveals a strongly polygynous mating system in the re-introduced Asiatic wild ass. Molecular Ecology 24:1433-1446, 2015.

186.  Zhang, Q., H. Abel, A. Wells, P. Lenzini, F. Gomez, M. A. Province, A. R. Templeton, G. M. Weinstock, N. H. Salzman, and I. B. Borecki. Selection of models for the analysis of risk-factor trees: leveraging biological knowledge to mine large sets of risk factors with application to microbiome data. Bioinformatics 31:1607-1613, 2015.

187.  Czypionka, T., T. Krugman, J. Altmüller, L. Blaustein, S. Steinfartz, A. R. Templeton, and A. W. Nolte. 2015. Ecological transcriptomics – a non-lethal sampling approach for endangered fire salamanders. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6:1417-1425.

188.  Greenbaum, G., A. R. Templeton, and S. Bar-David.  Inference and analysis of population structure using genetic data and network theory. Genetics 202:1299-1312, 2016.

189.  Tiosano, D., L. Audi, S. Climer, W. Zhang, A. R. Templeton, M. Fernández-Cancio, R. Gershoni-Baruch, J. M. Sánchez-Muro, M. El Kholy, and Z. Hochberg. Latitudinal clines of the human Vitamin D Receptor and skin color genes. G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics 6:1251-1266, 2016.

190.  Saward-Arav, D., A. Sadeh, M. Mangel, A. R. Templeton, and L. Blaustein. Oviposition responses of two mosquito species to pool size and predator presence: varying trade-offs between desiccation and predation risks. Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution 62:143-148, 2016.

191.  Pezaro, Nadav, Rovelli, Valentina, Segev, Ori, Templeton, Alan R., & Blaustein, Leon. Suspected rat predation on the Near Eastern Fire Salamander (Salamandra infraimmaculata) by selective consumption of non-toxic tissue. Zoology in the Middle East, 63: 1-3. doi: 10.1080/09397140.2017.1375199, 2017.

192.  Goedbloed, D. J., T. Czypionka, J. Altmuller, A. Rodriguez, E. Kupfer, O. Segev, L. Blaustein, A. R. Templeton, A. W. Nolte, and S. Steinfartz,  Parallel habitat acclimatization is realized by the expression of different genes in two closely related salamander species (genus Salamandra). Heredity 119: 429-437, doi 10.1038/hdy.2017.55, 2017.

193. Blaustein, L., O. Segev, V. Rovelli, S. Bar-David, L. Blank, A. Polevikov, N. Pezaro, T. Krugman, S. Showstack, A. Koplovich, L. Ozeri, and A. R. Templeton. Compassionate approaches for the conservation and protection of fire salamanders. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 63: 43-51, 2017.

194. Renan, S., E. Speyer, T. Ben-Nun, A. Ziv, G. Greenbaum, A. R. Templeton, S. Bar-David, and A. Bouskila. Fission-fusion social structure of a reintroduced ungulate: Implications for conservation. Biological Conservation 222: 261-267, 2018.

195.  Greenbaum, G., S. Renan, A. R. Templeton, A. Bouskila, D. Saltz, D. I. Rubenstein, and S. Bar-David. Revealing life-history traits by contrasting genetic estimations with predictions of effective population size. Conservation Biology 32: 817-827, 2018.

196.  Sinai, I., O. Segev, G. Weil, T. Oron, J. Merilä, A. R. Templeton, L. Blaustein, G. Greenbaum, and L. Blank. The role of landscape and history on the genetic structure of peripheral populations of the Near Eastern fire salamander, Salamandra infraimmaculata, in Northern Israel. Conservation Genetics 20: 875-889, 2019.

 

CHAPTERS IN EDITED BOOKS (MOST PEER-REVIEWED) 

1.    Sing, C.F. and A.R. Templeton.  A search for the genetic unit of selection.  In: Isozymes, IV: Genetics and Evolution.  C.L. Markert (ed.), pp. 115-129.  Academic Press, N.Y., 1975.

 2.    Templeton, A.R. and E.D. Rothman.  Evolution and fine-grained environmental runs.  In: Foundatons and Applications of Decision Theory, Volume II:  Epistemic and Social Applications.  C.A. Hooker, J.J. Leach and E.F. McClennen (eds.), pp. 131-183.  Reidel Publishing Co., Dordrecht, Holland, 1978.

3.    Templeton, A.R. and M.A. Rankin.  Genetic revolutions and control of insect populations.  In: The Screwworm Problem.  R.H. Richardson (ed.), pp. 81-111.  University of Texas Press, Austin, 1978.

 4.    Templeton, A.R.  Genetics of colonization and establishment of exotic species.  In: Genetics in Relation to Insect Management.  M. Hoy, J. McKelvey and C. Koehler (eds.), pp. 41-49.  Rockefeller Foundation Press, 1979.

 5.    Templeton, A.R.  An informational analysis of patet in Central Javanese gamelan music.  An appendix to:  Becker, J., Traditional Music in Modern Java.  University Press of Hawaii, 1980.

 6.    Templeton, A.R.  Adaptation and the integration of evolutionary forces.  In: Perspectives on Evolution.  R. Milkman (ed.), pp. 15-31.  Sinauer, Sunderland, MA, 1982.

7.    Templeton, A.R.  The prophecies of parthenogenesis.  In:  Evolution and Genetics of Life Histories.  H. Dingle and J.P. Hegmann (eds.), pp. 75-101.  Springer-Verlag, New York, 1982.

 8.    Templeton, A.R. and J.S. Johnston.  Life history evolution under pleiotropy and K-selection in a natural population of Drosophila mercatorum.  In: Ecological Genetics and Evolution:  The Cactus-Yeast-Drosophila Model System.  J.S.F. Barker and W.T. Starmer (eds.), pp. 225-239.  Academic Press, New York, 1982.

 9.    Johnston, J.S. and A.R. Templeton.  Dispersal and clines in Opuntia  breeding Drosophila mercatorum  and D. hydei  at Kamuela, Hawaii.  In: Ecological Genetics and Evolution:  The Cactus-Yeast-Drosophila  Model System.  J.S.F. Barker and W.T.  Starmer (eds.), pp. 241-256.  Academic Press, New York, 1982.

10.  Templeton, A.R.  Genetic architectures of speciation.  In: Mechanisms of Speciation.  C. Barigozzi (ed.), pp. 105-121.  Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York, 1982.

11.  Templeton, A.R.  Convergent evolution and nonparametric inferences from restriction data and DNA sequences.  In:  Statistical Analysis of DNA Sequence Data.  B.S. Weir (ed.), pp. 151-179.  Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, 1983.

12.  Templeton, A.R. and B. Read.  The elimination of inbreeding depression in a captive herd of Speke's gazelle.  In:  Genetics and Conservation:  A Reference for Managing Wild Animal and Plant Populations.  C.M. Schonewald-Cox, S.M. Chambers, B. MacBryde, and L. Thomas (eds), pp. 241-261.   Addison-Wesley, Reading, Mass., 1983.

13.  Templeton, A.R.  The evolution of life histories under pleiotropic constraints and K-selection.  In: Population Biology.  H.I. Freedman and C. Strobeck (eds), pp. 64-71.  Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1983.

14.  Templeton, A.R.  Natural and experimental parthenogenesis.  In: The Genetics and Biology of Drosophila, Vol. 3C.  M. Ashburner, H.L. Carson, and J.N. Thompson (eds.), pp. 343-398.  Academic Press, London, 1983.

15.  Templeton, A.R. and L.E. Gilbert.  Population genetics and the coevolution of mutualisms.  In:  The Biology of Mutualism:  Ecology and Evolution.  D. H. Boucher (ed), pp. 128-144.  Crom Helm, London, 1985.

16.  Templeton, A.R.  Relation of humans to African Apes:  a statistical appraisal of diverse types of data.  In:  Evolutionary Processes and Theory.  S. Karlin and E. Nevo (eds.), pp. 365-388.  Academic Press, New York, 1986.

17.  Templeton, A.R.  The relation between speciation mechanisms and macroevolutionary patterns.  In:  Evolutionary Processes and Theory.  S. Karlin and E. Nevo (eds.), pp. 497-512.  Academic Press, New York, 1986.

18.  Templeton, A.R.  Coadaptation and outbreeding depression.  In:  Conservation Biology:  Science of Scarcity and Diversity.  M. Soule (ed), pp. 105-116.  Sinauer, Sunderland, Massuchusetts, 1986.

19.  Templeton, A.R.  Genetic systems and evolutionary rates.  In:  Rates of Evolution.  K.S.W. Campbell and M.F. Day (eds.), pp. 218-234.  Allen & Unwin, London, 1987.

20.  Templeton, A.R.  The role of genetics in conservation biology.  In:  AAZPA Regional Conference Proceedings.  pp. 647-651.  American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquaria, 1987.

21.  Templeton, A.R.  Inferences on natural population structure from genetic studies on captive mammalian populations.  In:  Mammalian Dispersal Patterns.  B.D. Chepko-Sade and Z.T. Halpin (eds.), pp. 257-272.  The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1987.

22.  Templeton, A.R., J.S. Johnston, and C.F. Sing.  The proximate and ultimate control of aging in Drosophila  and humans.  In:  Evolution of Longevity in Animals.  A.D. Woodhead and K.H. Thompson (eds.), pp. 123-133.  Plenum Press, New York, 1987.

23.  Templeton, A.R. and J.S. Johnston.  The measured genotype approach to ecological genetics.  In:  Population Genetics and Evolution.  G. de Jong (ed.), pp 138-146, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1988.

24.  Sing, C.F., E. Boerwinkle, P.P. Moll, and A.R. Templeton.  Characterization of genes affecting quantitative traits in humans.  In:  Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Quantitative Genetics.  B.S. Weir, E.G. Eisen, M.M. Goodman, and G. Namkoong (eds.), pp. 250-269.  Sinauer, Sunderland, MA, 1988.

25.  Templeton, A.R.  Founder effects and the evolution of reproductive isolation.  In:  Genetics, Speciation and the Founder Principle.  L.V. Giddings, K. Kaneshiro, and W. Anderson (eds.), pp. 329-344.  Oxford University Press, New York, 1989.

26.  Templeton, A.R.  The meaning of species and speciation:  a genetic perspective.  In:  Speciation and its Consequences.  D. Otte and J.A. Endler (eds.), pp. 3-27.  Sinauer, Sunderland, Mass., 1989.

27.  Templeton, A.R., H. Hollocher, S. Lawler, and J.S. Johnston.  The ecological genetics of abnormal abdomen in Drosophila mercatorum.  In:  Ecological and Evolutionary Genetics of Drosophila.  J.S.F. Barker (ed.), pp. 17-35.  Plenum Press, New York, 1990.

28.  Templeton, A.R.  Genetics and conservation biology.  In:  Species Conservation:  A Population-Biological Approach.  A. Seitz and V.Loeschcke (eds.), pp.15-29.  Birkhäuser Verlag, Basel, 1991.

29.  Templeton, A.R.  Off-site breeding of animals and implications for plant conservation strategies.  In: Genetics and Conservation of Rare Plants.  D.A. Falk and K.E. Holsinger (eds), pp.182-194.  Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1991.

30.  Templeton, A. R.  The meaning of species and speciation:  A genetic perspective.  In: The Units of Evolution: Essays on the Nature of Species.  M. Ereshefsky (ed.), pp. 149-183. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1992.

31.  Templeton, A.R. and B. Read.  Inbreeding:  One Word, Several Meanings, Much Confusion.  In: Conservation Genetics, V. Loeschcke, J. Tomiuk, and S.K. Jain (eds.), pp. 91-106.  Birkhäuser–Verlag, Basel, 1994.

32.  Templeton, A. R.  The role of molecular genetics in speciation studies.  In: Molecular Ecology and Evolution:  Approaches and Applications.  B. Schierwater, B. Streit, G. P. Wagner and R. DeSalle, eds. Pp. 455-477.  Basel, Birkhäuser-Verlag, 1994.

33.  Crandall, K. A., A. R. Templeton and C. F. Sing.  Intraspecific phylogenetics:  Problems and solutions.  In: Models in Phylogeny Reconstruction.  R. W. Scotland, D. J. Siebert and D. M. Williams, eds. Pp. 273-297.  Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1994.

34.  Templeton, A. R.  Biodiversity at the molecular genetic level:  experiences from disparate macroorganisms.  In: Biodiversity:  Measurement and Estimation.  D. L. Hawksworth, ed. Pp. 59-64.  London, Chapman & Hall, 1995.

35.  Sing, C. F., M. B. Haviland, A. R. Templeton and S. L. Reilly.  Alternative genetic strategies for predicting risk of atherosclerosis.  In: Atherosclerosis X.  Excerpta Medica International Congress Series.  F. P. Woodford, J. Davignon and A. D. Sniderman, eds. Pp. 638-644.  Amsterdam, Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., 1995.

36.     Templeton, A. R.  Chapter 5.2.1:  Genetic diversity and ecosystem functioning.  In: Global Biodiversity Assessment.  V. H. E. E. Heywood, ed. Pp. 285-289.  Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, for the United Nations Environment Programme, 1995.

37.  Crandall, K. A. and A. R. Templeton.  Applications of intraspecific phylogenetics.  In: New Uses for New Phylogenies.  P. Harvey, A. J. L. Brown, J. M. Smith and S. Nee, eds. Pp. 81-99.  Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1996.

38.  Templeton, A. R.  Cladistic approaches to identifying determinants of variability in multifactorial phenotypes and the evolutionary significance of variation in the human genome.  In: Variation in the Human Genome.  G. Cardew, ed. Pp. 259-283.  Chichester, John Wiley & Sons, 1996.

39.  Templeton, A. R.  Translocation in conservation.  In: Biodiversity in Managed Landscapes:  Theory and Practice.  R. C. Szaro and D. W. Johnston, eds. Pp. 315-325.  Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1996.

40.  Templeton, A. R. and N. J. Georgiadis.  A landscape approach to conservation genetics:  conserving evolutionary processes in the African Bovidae.  In: Conservation Genetics:  Case Histories From Nature.  J. C. Avise and J. L. Hamrick, eds. Pp. 398-430.  New York, Chapman & Hall, 1996.

41.  Templeton, A. R.  Testing the out of Africa replacement hypothesis with mitochondrial DNA data.  In: Conceptual Issues in Modern Human Origins Research.  G. A. Clark and C. M. Willermet, eds. Pp. 329-360.  New York, Aldine de Gruyter, 1997.

42.  Templeton, A. R.  Linkage mapping versus the candidate gene approach.  Proceedings of the 6th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production 26: 175-182, 1998.

43.  Templeton, A. R.  Species and speciation:  geography, population structure, ecology, and gene trees.  In: Endless Forms:  Species and Speciation.  D. J. Howard and S. H. Berlocher, eds. Pp. 32-43.  Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1998.

44.  Templeton, A. R.  The role of molecular genetics in speciation studies.  In: Molecular Approaches to Ecology and Evolution.  R. DeSalle and B. Schierwater, eds. Pp. 131-156.  Basel, Birkhäuser-Verlag, 1998.

45.  Kardia, S. L. R., J. Stengård and A. R. Templeton.  An evolutionary perspective on the genetic architecture of susceptibility to cardiovascular disease.  In: Evolution in Health and Disease.  S. C. Stearns, ed. Pp. 231-245.  Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1999.

46.  Templeton, A. R.  Using gene trees to infer species from testable null hypothesis:  cohesion species in the Spalax ehrenbergi complex.  In: Evolutionary Theory and Processes:  Modern Perspectives, Papers in Honour of Eviatar Nevo.  S. P. Wasser, ed. Pp. 171-192.  Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999.

47.  Crandall, K. A. and A. R. Templeton.  Statistical approaches to detecting recombination.  In: The Evolution of HIV.  K. A. Crandall, ed. Pp. 153-176.  Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999.

48.  Templeton, A. R.  Epistasis and complex traits.  In: Epistasis and the Evolutionary Process.  J. B. Wolf, E. D. Brodie III, and M. J. Wade, eds. Pp. 41-57.  Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2000.

49.  Templeton, A. R. The genetic and evolutionary significance of human races. In: Race and Intelligence: Separating Science From Myth. J. M. Fish, ed. Pp. 31-56. Mahwah, New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002.

50.  Templeton, A. R. Human races in the context of recent human evolution:  a molecular genetic perspective. In: Genetic Nature/Culture.   A. H. Goodman, D. Heath and M. S. Lindee, eds. Pp. 234-257. University of California Press, Berkeley, 2003.

51.  Templeton, A. R. A maximum likelihood framework for cross validation of phylogeographic hypotheses. Pp. 209-230 in S. P. Wasser, ed. Evolutionary Theory and Processes: Modern Horizons. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 2004.

52.  Templeton, A. R. Using Haplotype Trees for Phylogeographic and Species Inference in Fish Populations. Pp. 7-20 in A. J. Gharrett, R. G. Gustafson, J. L. Nielson, J. E. Seeb, L. W. Seeb, W. W. Smoker, G. H. Thorgaard and R. L. Wilmot, eds. Genetics of Subpolar Fish and Invertebrates. Kluwer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 2004.

53.  Templeton, A. R. When does life begin?  An evolutionary genetic answer to a central ethical question. Pp. 1-20 in S. Blazer and E. Z. Zimmer, eds. The Embryo from Conception to Birth.  Scientific Discovery, Medical and Ethical Dilemmas. Karger, Basel, 2005.

54.  Templeton, A. R. Out of Africa again and again.  Pp. 617-625 in R. L. Ciochon and J. G. Fleagle, eds.  The Human Evolution Source Book, 2nd Edition.  Pearson/Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ. 2006.    

55.  Templeton, A. R. Human races:  a genetic and evolutionary perspective.  Pp. 657-673 in R. L. Ciochon and J. G. Fleagle, eds.  The Human Evolution Source Book, 2nd Edition.  Pearson/Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2006.

56.  Templeton, A. R. Population biology and population genetics of Pleistocene Hominins. Pp.1825-1859 in W. Henke, H. Rothe and I. Tattersall, eds. Handbook of Palaeoanthropology, Vol 3. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2007. 

57.  Bercovici, S., D. Geiger, L. Shlush, K. Skorecki, and A. Templeton. Panel Construction for Mapping in Admixed Populations Via Expected Mutual Information.  Pp. 435-449 in Research in Computational Molecular Biology. Springer, Berlin / Heidelberg, 2008.

58.  Templeton, A. R. Gene Flow, Haplotype Patterns and Modern Human Origins in D. N. Cooper, and H. Kehrer-Sawatzki, eds. Handbook of Human Molecular Evolution. Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co., Weinheim, Germany, 2008.

59. Templeton, A. R. Testing the null hypothesis of reproductive isolation between two geographical regions in a specific time period with multi-locus nested clade analysis. Pp. 81-84 in A. Korol, and S. P. Wasser, eds. The Evolution of Eibi Nevo (In Honor of His 80th Birthday). Institute of Evolution, University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel, 2009.

60. Templeton, A. R. The evolutionary connection between senescence and childhood growth and development. Pp. 58-66 in Z. Hochberg, ed. Evo-Devo of Child Growth:  Treatise on Child Growth and Human Evolution. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey, 2012.

61.  Templeton, A. R. Gene Flow, Haplotype Patterns and Modern Human Origins.  Article A20795, Version 2.0.  eLS, Citable Reviews in the Life Sciences.  www.els.net.  Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co., Weinheim, Germany, 2012.

62.  Templeton A. R. Evolution and Notions of Human Race. Pp. 801-808 in Losos JB, Baum DA, Futuyma DJ, Hoekstra HE, Lenski RE, Moore AJ, Peichel CL, Schluter D, and Whitlock MC, eds. The Princeton Guide to Evolution. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2014.

63.  Templeton A. R. The Future of Human Evolution. Pp 809-816 In Losos JB, Baum DA, Futuyma DJ, Hoekstra HE, Lenski RE, Moore AJ, Peichel CL, Schluter D, and Whitlock MC, eds. The Princeton Guide to Evolution. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2014.

64.  Templeton, A. R. Founder effect speciation.in J. B. Losos, editor. Oxford Bibliographies in Evolutionary Biology. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2014, updated 2018. http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/obo/page/evolutionary-biology.

65.  Templeton, A. R. Population Biology and Population Genetics of Pleistocene Hominins. Pp. 2331-2370 in W. Henke, and I. Tattersall, eds. Handbook of Paleoanthropology, Vol 3 Phylogeny of Hominins. Springer Berlin Heidelberg.  doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-27800-6_60-5, 2015.

66.  Bar-David, S., S. Renan, T. Gueta, E. Speyer, N. Shahar, G. Greenbaum, I. Goodman, A. Bouskila, and A. R. Templeton. Genetic diversity of the reintroduced Asiatic wild ass in Israel: from the breeding core to the current wild population. Pp. 95-96 in J. Ransom, and P. Kaczensky, eds. Wild Equids: Ecology, Conservation, and Management. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 2016.

67.  Templeton, A. R. Evolution and notions of human race. Pages 346-361 in J. B. Losos and R. E. Lenski, editors. How Evolution Shapes Our Lives:  Essays on Biology and Society. Princeton University Press, Princeton and Oxford, 2016.

68.  Templeton, A. R. The future of human evolution. Pages 362-379 in J. B. Losos and R. E. Lenski, editors. How Evolution Shapes Our Lives:  Essays on Biology and Society. Princeton University Press, Princeton and Oxford, 2016.

69.  Templeton, A. R.  World dispersals and genetic diversity of mankind:  The out-of-Africa theory and its challenges. Pp. 65-83 in M. Tibayrenc, and F. J. Ayala, eds. On Human Nature:  Biology, Psychology, Ethics, Politics, and Religion. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2017.

70.  Sussman, R., G. Allen, and A. Templeton. Genetics and the origins of race. Pp. 3-15 in A. Macrander, ed. The Crisis of Race in Higher Education: A Day of Discovery and Dialogue. Emerald Group Publishing, Bingley, UK, 2017.

71.  Templeton, A. R.  Measuring biodiversity and monitoring ecological and evolutionary processes with genetic and genomic tools. Pp. 251-265 in J. Garson, A. Plutynski, and S. Sarkar, editors. The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Biodiversity. Routledge, New York, 2017.

72.  Templeton, A. R. 2018. Hypothesis compatibility versus hypothesis tesing of models of human evolution. In: Schwartz, J. H. (Ed.) Rethinking Human Evolution. MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 109-128.

 

ABSTRACTS (published in journals)

 1.  Templeton, A.R. and C.F. Sing.  Parthenogenesis as a strategy for studying genetic organization.  Isozyme Bulletin 5: 1972.

 2.  Sing, C.F. and A.R. Templeton.  Parthenogenesis as a biological design to examine the neutral gene hypothesis.  Isozyme Bulletin 6: 1973.

 3.  Templeton, A.R. and C.F. Sing.  Coadaptation in parthenogenetic strains of Drosophila mercatorum.  Genetics 74: s274, 1973.

 4.  Templeton, A.R. and C.F. Sing.  Coadaptation in parthenogenetic strains of Drosophila mercatorum.  Isozyme Bulletin 6: 1973.

 5.  Rothman, E.D., A.R. Templeton and C.F. Sing.  Analysis of population structure.  Genetics 74: s234, 1973.

 6.  Templeton, A.R.  The capacity for parthenogenesis in wild-caught females of Drosophila mercatorum.  Isozyme Bulletin 8: 1975.

 7.  Templeton, A.R.  Genetics of the bisexual-unisexual transition in Drosophila mercatorum.  Isozyme Bulletin 10: 1977.

 8.  Templeton, A.R.  The genetic and physiological basis of coadaptation in parthenogenetic strains of Drosophila mercatorum.  XIV International Congress of Genetics, Abstracts of Contributed Papers, C.16, 1978.

 9.  Templeton, A.R.  Some possible relationships between rapid speciation, small effective size, and breeding systems.  In: The Dynamics of Speciation in Plants and Animals.  H.-I. Oka and O. Kitagawa, eds.  Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, 1978.

10. DeSalle, R. and A.R. Templeton.  Molecular basis of the abnormal abdomen phenotype in Drosophila mercatorum.  Genetics 104: s21, 1983.

11. Templeton, A.R.  Natural selection and ribosomal DNA in Drosophila.  Genome 30, Suppl. 1: 29, 1988.

12. Templeton, A.R.  Habitat fragmentation:  genetic problems and solutions.  Genetics 122: s12, 1989.

13. Sing CF, Haviland MB, Templeton AR, Reilly SL. Alternative genetic strategies for predicting risk of atherosclerosis. Xth International Symposium on Atherosclerosis Montreal, Canada, October 9-14, 1994.

14. Matioli, S. R. and A. R. Templeton.  Complexos gênicos coadaptados para características morfológicas de Drosophila mercatorum.  Rev. Bras. Genet. 18(3 (Supplement)): 280, 1995.

15. Sing CF, Haviland MB, Templeton AR, Reilly SL. Alternative genetic strategies for predicting risk of atherosclerosis. MDC Symposium on Complex Genetic Diseases. Berlin, Germany, September 27-29, 1995.

16. Templeton, A. R., and B. Read.  Inbreeding:  One Word, Several Meanings, Much Confusion. Biological Conservation 75:311, 1996.

17. Haviland MB, Templeton AR, Ferrell RE, Sing CF. Identification of haplotypes of the apolipoprotein (Apo) B gene region hypothesized to carry functional DNA variations using a cladistic analysis. The American Society of Human Genetics 46th Annual Meeting San Francisco, CA, October 29-November 2, 1996.

18. Templeton, A. R.  A critique of the use of genetic data in analyzing human origins.  American Journal of Human Biology 9(1): 122, 1997.

19. Hammer, M.F., S. L. Zegura, A. Bergen, J. C. Long, W. Klitz, R. C. Griffiths, A. R. Templeton, L. P. Osipova, O. L. Posakh, T. M. Karafet.  New World Y chromosome founder haplotypes and the peopling of the Americas.  Am. J. Phys. Anthrop. (Suppl. 28) 81: 144, 1999.

20. Templeton, A. R.  Evolution of haplotypes and complex diseases.  Am. J. Phys. Anthrop. (Suppl. 28) 81: 264-265, 1999.

21. Bates, B. R., A. Templeton, P. J. Achter, T. M. Harris, and C. M. Condit.  A focus group study of public understanding of genetic risk factors: The case of "a gene for heart disease". American Journal of Human Genetics 71:380, 2002.

22. Clark AG, Boerwinkle E, Hixson JE, Templeton AR, Sing CF. Genomic approaches to common chronic disease. Centers for Cell Dynamics Research Symposium: Predictive Models of Complex Systems, NIGMS Friday Harbor, June 3-7, 2006.

23. Segev O., Silberbush A., Peleg N., Templeton A.R. and Blaustein. L. Population size and breeding-site threats of the fire salamander (Salamandra infraimmaculata) at selected breeding sites on Mt. Carmel and Lower Galilee. Israel Journal of Zoology 55: 300, 2009.

24. Kovesdy CP, Lu JL, Molnar MZ, Davis RL, Skorecki K, Templeton AR, Boulware LE, Norris K, Kalantar-Zadeh K.  FP320 influenza vaccination and incidence of CKD: effect modification by geographical ancestry. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation 30: iii174-iii175, 2015.
 
 
 

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

 1.   Templeton, A.R.  Chapter 29, "Population and Evolutionary Biology",and Chapter 30, "Community Biology and Ecosystems," in: Biology Today, Third Edition, by D.L. Kirk, pp. 882-941.   Random House, N.Y., 1980.

 2.   Templeton, A.R. and L.V. Giddings.  Letter on "Macroevolution."  Sci. 211: 770-771, 1981.

 3.   Templeton, A.R.  An evolutionist's view of creation science.  Subject to Change, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 10-16, 1982.

 4.   Templeton, A.R.  Evolution vs. creationism.  Discovery, Vol. 11, No. 3, pg. 6, 1982.

 5.   Templeton, A.R.  Allometry in human evolution.  Boxed insert in Biology, by  P.H. Raven and G.B. Johnson, pp. 480-481.  Times Mirror/Mosby College Publishing, St. Louis, 1986.

6.   Lefkovitch, L.P., F. Oberwinkler, C. Patterson, P.F. Stevens, A.R. Templeton, and A. Saura.  International Evaluation of Systematics.  60 pp.  Swedish Natural Science Research Council, 1990.

 7.   Coauthor as Member, UNESCO-MAB/IUBS/SCOPE Workshop on a Research Agenda for Biodiversity (O.T. Solbrig, ed.).  From Genes to Ecosystems:  A Research Agenda for Biodiversity.  124 pp.  International Union of Biological Sciences, Paris, 1991.

 8.   Nigh, T.A., W.L. Pflieger, P.L. Redfearn, Jr., W.A. Schroeder, A.R. Templeton, and F.R. Thompson, III (alphabetical order).  The Biodiversity of Missouri, 53 pp.  Missouri Department of Conservation, Jefferson City, Missouri, 1992.

 9.   Templeton, A.R.  Coadaptation, local adaptation, and outbreeding depression.  Essay in Principles of Conservation Biology, by G.K. Meffe and C.R. Carroll, pp. 152-153.  Sinauer Associates, Inc., Sunderland, MA, 1994.

10.   Zechner, R., H. H. Hobbs, A. Chakravarti, K. M. Weiss, J. H. Edwards, C. R. Scriver, and A. R. Templeton. Genetic factors that contribute to interindividual variations in plasma low density lipoprotein-cholesterol levels - Discussion. Pp. 206-210 in D. Chadwick, and G. Cardew, eds. Variation in the Human Genome, 1996.

11.  Weiss, K. M., C. F. Sing, W. F. Bodmer, N. B. Freimer, A. Chakravarti, R. Chakraborty, A. R. Templeton, and P. S. Harper. Genetic architecture of common multifactorial diseases - Discussion. Pp. 229-232 in D. Chadwick, and G. Cardew, eds. Variation in the Human Genome, 1996.

12.  Weiss, K. M., J. H. Edwards, A. R. Templeton, C. F. Sing, G. M. Lathrop, W. F. Bodmer, and R. Chakraborty. Symposium on variation in the human genome, held at the Ciba Foundation, London 13-15 June 1995 - Final discussion. Pp. 312-314 in D. Chadwick, and G. Cardew, eds. Variation in the Human Genome, 1996.

13.  Weiss, K. M., J. Bertranpetit, W. Bodmer, C. R. Scriver, D. L. Hartl, P. Beighton, J. Armour, A. Chakravarti, A. R. Templeton, P. Donnelly, K. K. Kidd, N. B. Freimer, and J. H. Edwards. Genetic and geographical variability in cystic fibrosis: Evolutionary considerations - Discussion. Pp. 114-118 in D. Chadwick, and G. Cardew, eds. Variation in the Human Genome1996.

14.  Hartl, D. L., G. M. Lathrop, W. F. Bodmer, R. H. Ward, C. F. Sing, P. S. Harper, A. R. Templeton, A. Clark, and A. Chakravarti. Quantitative phenotype analysis for localization and identification of disease-related genes in a complex genetic background - Discussion. Pp. 293-299 in D. Chadwick, and G. Cardew, eds. Variation in the Human Genome, 1996.

15.  Clark, A., A. R. Templeton, W. F. Bodmer, J. H. Edwards, A. Chakravarti, K. K. Kidd, and K. M. Weiss. Cladistic approaches to identifying determinants of variability in multifactorial phenotypes and the evolutionary significance of variation in the human genome - Discussion. Pp. 277-283 in D. Chadwick, and G. Cardew, eds. Variation in the Human Genome, 1996.

16.  Chakravarti, A., W. F. Bodmer, C. F. Sing, K. M. Weiss, A. Balmain, A. R. Templeton, and J. Armour. Population genetics of tumours - Discussion. Pp. 189-193 in D. Chadwick, and G. Cardew, eds. Variation in the Human Genome, 1996.

17.  Bowcock, A. M., R. H. Ward, K. M. Weiss, A. R. Templeton, W. Bodmer, J. Bertranpetit, R. Chakraborty, A. Chakravarti, and K. K. Kidd. Phylogeographic variability in traditional societies - Discussion. Pp. 19-24 in D. Chadwick, and G. Cardew, eds. Variation in the Human Genome, 1996.

18.  Schull, W. J., G. J. Annas, N. Arnheim, J. Blangero, A. Chakravarti, V. R. Dominguez, G. Dunston, W. H. Goodenough, R. R. Hudson, E. Juengst, M. M. Kaback, D. R. Masys, K. Moseley, R. Sokal, A. R. Templeton, L. Tsui and G. C. Williams. Evaluating Human Genetic Diversity.  Washington, D.C., National Academy Press, 1997.

19.  Templeton, A. R.  “Species” entry in The Norton Dictionary of Modern Thought, 3rd Edition.  A. Bullock and S. Trombley, eds., Norton Press, 1999.

20.  Templeton, A. R.  “Evolution” entry in the World Book Encyclopedia, 2002.

21.  Templeton, A. R.  Jenin and the Commitment to Torah.  St. Louis Jewish Light Vol 55, No. 20, pg. 6, May 15, 2002.

22.  Templeton, A.R. Coronary Heart Disease. Encyclopedia of Evolution, Volume 1: 210-212. M. Pagel (ed.) Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2002.

23.  Templeton, A. R.  Opinion:  Against recent replacement.  Boxed insert in Human Evolutionary Genetics, by M.A. Jobling, M.E. Hurles, and C. Tyler-Smith.  Pg. 261.  Garland Publishing, New York, 2004.

24.  Templeton, A. R.  Get facts straight on embryo issues.  Letter to the Editor, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Feb. 14, 2005.

25.  Templeton, A. R. Coadaptation, local adaptation, and outbreeding depression.  Essay in Principles of Conservation Biology, 3rd Edition, by M. J. Groom, G.K. Meffe, C.R. Carroll and Contributors, pp. 385-386.  Sinauer Associates, Inc., Sunderland, MA, 2006.

26.  Templeton, Alan R.  Gene Flow, Haplotype Patterns and Modern Human Origins. In: ENCYCLOPEDIA OF LIFE SCIENCES. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd: Chichester http://www.els.net/ [10.1002/9780470015902.a0020795], 2007.

27.  Templeton, A. R. Symbiosis. Pp. 1065. World Book Encyclopedia. World Book, Inc., Chicago, 2008.

28. Templeton, A. R.  Hampton Lawrence Carson: 1914-2004: A Biographical Memoir. 19 pgs.  Biographical Memoirs National Academy of Sciences. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C.  Document 76721.  http://www.nasonline.org/site/DocServer/Carson_Hampton.pdf?docID=76721, 2011.

29.  Templeton, A. R.   Revolutionizing the "Out of Africa" story. Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News 7:40-41, 45.  http://www.genengnews.com/gen-articles/revolutionizing-the-out-of-africa-story/4804/, 2013.

30.  Templeton, A. R. and more than 100 other population geneticists and evolutionary biologists.  Letter on “A Troublesome Inheritance”, New York Times Sunday Book Review, August 10, 2014.  http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/10/books/review/letters-a-troublesome-inheritance.html?module=Search&mabReward=relbias%3Ar%2C%7B%221%22%3A%22RI%3A5%22%7D&_r=2

31.  Templeton, A. R. In light of race. Fulbright Israel Magazine: 22-25, Summer, 2019.  http://online.fliphtml5.com/jlsk/eanf/#p=22