dendrogram

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dendrogram

[′den·drə‚gram]
(biology)
A genealogical tree; the trunk represents the oldest common ancestor, and the branches indicate successively more recent divisions of a lineage for a group.
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A positive feature of using hierarchical clustering is visualization of the cluster hierarchy in a dendrogram.
The dendrogram deduced from the twenty three SSR markers fit to the geographical regions of the origin of the tomato cultivars chosen for the present study.
In our study, this behaviour is clear in both 16S rRNA and 18S rDNA/rRNA DGGE dendrograms from kiwifruit orchard, which revealed a clear discrimination between INN and CON systems (Fig.
Application of algorithm: Apply the selected algorithm and obtain a dendrogram.
As in Kakum, the cluster analysis dendrograms lacked any resolution for subhabitat type.
This table (in addition to the dendrogram which graphically depicts the formation of the clusters) can then be used to interpret the data.
Genetic relationships among samples of Sfr and of Pab were determined using a dendrogram based on the neighbor-joining algorithm, constructed using pairwise differences (Nei 1978).
Dendrograms representing patterns in distribution of Hydropsychidae populations revealed a noticeable degree of dissimilarity spatially between the riffles as well as temporally between consistent and low flow seasons; mirroring flow patterns in the South Dry Sac River.
Dendrograms (or 'cluster trees') support this by means of graphical representation.
Again, two distinct populations--human and bovine--appeared on the dendrograms.
The lower Fraser River branch includes Harrison River and Chilliwack and is supported in 96% of the dendrograms.