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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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Figure 3 shows dendograms for the 11 CEE countries for 1998.
In phylogenetic dendogram our clone AA30 has been grouped together with some isolates of tomato leaf curl betasatellite and tomato yellow leaf curl betasatellite in a separate clade (Fig 2).
In addition, there was a clustering tendency based on the fruit mass, as can be seen in the 2012 dendogram (Figure 2), where in group II are cultivars with yellow pulp fruit with higher average mass, and groups III, IV and V consist of cultivars with white pulp fruit.
A dendogram based on fatty acid profiles of different lichen taxa was also established to show the clustering of lichen species, which were "most consistent with their taxonomic position" as claimed by the authors.
This showed that most of the isolates might have originated from a similar lineage [29] the main dendogram cluster consisted of about 87% of the total Eenterobactereace isolates and originate from the similar lineage.
All the calculus were calculated in Matlab and graphically drawn in Statistica program by dendogram.
Gruber and Raidi [14] use agglomerative hierarchical clustering to guide the creation of an effective BDST backbone and transform the resulting dendogram structure into a height-restricted clustering that satisfies the diameter constraint.
The below dendogram illustrates the main two groups: financial (financial award) and non-financial benefits.
A dendogram of genetic relationship was produced by clustering the data with un- weighted pair-group method using arithmetic average (UPGMA) based on Nei's (1972) original measures of genetic distance (D) (Fig 1).
In the UPGMA method, the dendogram is constructed based upon the individual with the greatest similarity and by the distance from individual k to the cluster formed by the individuals i and j.