dendrogram


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den·dro·gram

(den'drō-gram),
A treelike figure used to represent graphically a hierarchy.
[dendron, tree, + gramma, a drawing]
Bioinformatics Any branching tree-form/arborescent diagram that depicts a hierarchical relationship among sequences or organisms
Molecular epidemiology A diagram used to represent the phylogenic or evolutionary relatedness of molecular species of organisms based on allelic variations of a specific gene or sequence of DNA

dendrogram

a diagram illustrating taxonomic relationships in the manner of a family tree.
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According to the dendrogram, there is no clear clustering corresponding to the classification of genotypes based on molecular data, but, the bread wheat check genotype(Sardari) was classified in a separated group like classification based on ISSR data.
Our study demonstrated that the 7-miRNA profile may be used as a biomarker for ESCC, and, importantly, has the potential to predict ESCC at a relative early stage, as exhibited by the clear separation of stage I/II ESCC samples from the control samples in the cluster analysis dendrogram.
According to dendrograms (Figures 5 and 6) attained by hierarchical clustering, class B can be divided into four easily distinguishable clusters and class M--into three clusters.
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.
The similarity dendrograms of bacterial 16S DGGE fingerprints from peach orchard showed that bacterial genetic diversity in the sites under drip emitters (PIW and PCW) were discriminated from patterns of sites along the inter-rows (PID and PCD), with Pearson similarity coefficients ranging from 94.
Application of algorithm: Apply the selected algorithm and obtain a dendrogram.
Dendrogram Hsps Similarity of Aeromonas Hydrophila Isolated from Fish and Chicken:
A composite dendrogram indicating the degree of genetic relatedness of isolates from specialised ICUs (labelled 1-24) and paediatric (labelled P1-P26), medical (M1-M23) and surgical wards (S1 -S11) is shown in Fig.
The most similar country to Sloveniais Croatia, and after it also Belgium, France, Finland, and Gibraltar what can be seen on the dendrogram in Figure 9.
The levels of similarity at which observations are merged are used to construct Dendrogram.