phylogenetic tree


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phylogenetic tree

[‚fī·lō·jə¦ned·ik ′trē]
(evolution)
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Phylogenetic analysis: Phylogenetic tree was performed using MEGA program version 5.
Under the standardized culture condition for fungus, these two strains were identified by the traditional morphology and the method of phylogenetic tree construction after cloning the 18S rDNA-ITS segment, respectively.
It is proposed that the identified strain Trichodermalongibrachiatum 28CP be assigned as the type strain of a species of the genus Trichodermabased on phylogenetic tree analysis together with the 28S rRNA gene sequence search in Ribosomal Database Project, small subunit rRNA and large subunit rRNA databases.
This book brings together experts in their field to describe and compare the major groups of the phylogenetic tree.
The 65 influenza A isolates were placed under 3 clusters in phylogenetic tree with the neighbor joining method.
Among the topics are mechanisms of gene regulation: Boolean network models of the lactose operon in Escherichia coli, global dynamics emerging from local interactions: agent-based modeling for the life sciences, neuronal networks: a discrete model, predicting population growth: modeling with projection matrices, and phylogenetic tree reconstruction: geometric approaches.
gorbuscha, to ensure a broad assortment of species in the resulting phylogenetic tree (Table 1).
coli have been used to generate a preliminary phylogenetic tree that is based on 166640 characters across 527 genes in 354 taxa.
The genome similarities between our isolate and other reported isolates were very high (>99%), and the evolution distances in the phylogenetic tree were very short (<0.
The NJ phylogenetic tree was reconstructed on the basis of a Kimura two-parameter model using the computer program MEGA 3.
In Evolving Eden, Turner and Anton provide up-to-date findings about fossil species, including early human relatives, that are filling out the mammalian phylogenetic tree.