Here a list of publications that have resulted from the Tree of Sex working group.

The Tree of Sex Consortium (2014). Sex determination: Why so many ways of doing it? PLoS Biology, 12(7): e1001899.

The Tree of Sex Consortium (2014). Tree of Sex: A database of sexual systems. Scientific Data, 1:140015.

Beukeboom LW, Perrin N (2014). The Evolution of Sex Determination. Oxford University Press, 240 pp

Otto SP (2014). Selective maintenance of recombination between the sex chromosomes. J. Evolutionary Biology, 27(7): 1431-1442.

Blackmon H. & Demuth, JP (2014) Estimating Tempo and Mode of Y Chromosome Turnover: Explaining Y Chromosome Loss With the Fragile Y Hypothesis. Genetics 197, 561-572 (2014).

Normark BB & Ross L (2014) Genetic conflict, kin and the origins of novel genetic systems. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B., 369(1642):20130364.

Ross L, Blackmon H, Lorite P, Gokhman VE & Hardy NB. Recombination, genome architecture and eusociality in the Hymenoptera. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, in revision.

Blackmon H, Ross L, Bachtrog D. (2014). Sex determination, sex chromosomes and karyotype evolution in insects, submitted.

Valenzuela N, Mayrose I, Sabath N,  Meiri S. Sex determination and the birth and death of species. in preparation.

Blackmon H (2014). Natural history explains variations in the rate of chromosome number evolution in Coleoptera. in preparation.

Vamosi JC, SP. Otto, I Mayrose, T-L Ashman, R Ming, E Goldberg, et al (2014). The effect of dioecy on diversification depends on life history context. in preparation.
 
Niv Sabath, Jana Vamosi, Tia-Lynn Ashman, Emma Goldberg, Ray Ming, Sarah Otto, Lior Glick, Moshe Einhorn, Itay Mayrose. The effect of dioecy on diversification rates in plants is bimodal. in preparation.

Blackmon, H., Hardy, N.B. & L. Ross. The evolutionary dynamics of haplodiploidy in Mites (Acari). in preparation

Goldberg, E.E., I. Mayrose, S.P. Otto, J. Vamosi, R. Ming, and T.-L. Ashman. Species-level sexual system lability in flowering plants. in preparation