phenogram

A branching diagram tree used to visually represent a phenetic character matrix that links organisms by estimates of overall similarity among terminal taxa without reference to evolution.

phenogram

a diagram illustrating the degree of similarity between taxa.
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The identified OTU fusion results in a simple hierarchy in the form of phenon groups were displayed in phenogram form.
The NJ phenogram resulting from the analysis was fitted into this group with a maximum identity of 100% of the test isolate.
Thus, phylogeny analysis was performed utilizing these results to formulate UPGMA phenogram as seen in Figure (1).
An estimation of phenetic relationships among populations was obtained by generating a phenogram of all samples by means of the unweighted pair-group method with arithmetic averaging (UPGMA) based on the matrix of Nei's unbiased genetic distances (Sneath & Sokal 1973).
A dissimilarity matrix of Euclidean distances within each pair of variables was constructed, and a phenogram was built (using complete linkage as the amalgamation rule) to illustrate the calculated distances between the groups.
We recognize that there is lot to do on its biology for the development of comprehensive phenogram showing the occurrence and duration of all life stages of the pest.
A phenogram was generated with chord distance Dc (Cavalli-Sforza & Edwards, 1967), and Neighbor Joining (NJ) as the clustering method.
2011), we calculated the Kimura-2 Parameter (Kimura 1980) for intra- and inter-specific variability for the species from which we had collected more than one specimen (Table 2) and displayed this variation as a neighbor-joining phenogram (Saitou & Nei 1987) using MEGA5 and FigTree (Rambaut 2013) (Fig.
The distance matrix was represented as a phenogram by the UPGMA clustering method (Sneath and Sokal, 1973).
This matrix was transformed into a phenogram using the unweighted pair group method (UPGMA).
Phenogram analysis of the sequenced segments by the unweighted pairgroup method analysis (UPGMA) method showed that all specimens were properly assigned into six species with strong similarity, which indicates the possibility of separating congeneric species with the short COI fragment.
UPGMA cluster analysis of the twenty five tomato cultivars using the polymorphic loci resulted in the phenogram shown in Fig.