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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Cluster analysis or a UPGMA dendrogram based on the Jaccard similarity coefficient segregated 15 dragon fruit genotypes into 2 major clusters.
Pairwise alignment of dendrogram tree indicated that our dusky cotton bug Seq (>180220-034-O01-8-DCB-HCO-2198.ab1) or Seq (>180220-034-O01-8-DCB-LCO-1490.ab1) share same cluster with Oxycarenus hyalinipennis OH-1 (JQ342987.1), Oxycarenus hyalinipennis OH2 (JQ342988.1) isolates and Oxycarenus laetus (HQ908084.1) while other species (Oxycarenus lavaterae and Oxycarenus modestus, Oxycarenus pallens) of same genus have separate clusters (Figs.
A) Section of the variable-number tandem-repeat-based dendrogram of the Latin-American-Mediterranean family of Mycobacterium tuberculosis RD-Rio strain with enlarged branch including SIT20 strain from Kazakhstan.
The ERIC dendrogram revealed four distinct clusters (A, B, C, and D) with genetic similarity ranging from 82.5 to 100% (Fig.
In the samples dendrogram of TP and LS spectral data of FT-IR (FIGURE 9) can observe the grouping of replicates of each drug.
The dendrogram, based on the brachiopod fauna from the Lithuanian Shelf (Fig.
In the dendrogram, the grouping of the institutions can be visualised according to their degrees of similarity in all the variables considered (Figure 1).
This soil feature governs how nutrients, water and air move in soil (Brady and Weil, 1996).Vegetation of UWC from the 150 quadrates led to indentify 37 species of the area, which are presented in dendrogram in Caption: Fig.
Dendrogram was created which described similarities between the samples using (tree.shared) command [25].
Based on the BOX-PCR dendrogram constructed, it was found that the 29 isolates were genetically diverse and heterogeneous.