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phy·lo·ge·net·ic

, phylogenic (fi'lō-jĕ-net'ik, -jen'ik),
Relating to phylogenesis.

phylogenetic

(fī′lō-jə-nĕt′ĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to phylogeny or phylogenetics: phylogenetic relationships among the reptiles.

phy′lo·ge·net′i·cal·ly adv.

phylogenetic

[fī′lōgənet′ik]
Etymology: Gk, phylon, tribe, genesis, origin
1 relating to or acquired during phylogeny.
2 based on a natural evolutionary relationship, such as a system of classification. Also called phylogenic.

phy·lo·ge·net·ic

, phylogenic (fī'lō-jĕ-net'ik, -jen'ik)
Relating to phylogenesis.
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MDS plot, pair wise evolutionary distance and phylogenetic tree was calculated.
For further phylogenetic analysis and alignment of sequence, closely related sequences were retrieved from GenBank.
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8SrRNA gene sequence based phylogenetic tree showing therelationships between the test strain CA-03/ 9840 and selected representatives of the genus Trichoderma is given in Figure 1.
Great progress occurred during the last decades on the employment of genetic information in phylogenetic studies due to new technologies, development of genetic data bases, computer programs for phylogenetic inferences, computer infrastructure and statistical methods for phylogenetic inferences (Bueno-Silva, 2012).
The degree of phylogenetic relatedness computed by NRI and NTI allows the understanding of the processes (biotic or abiotic) that determine community composition (Bryant et al.
To survey and compare phylogenetic diversity of environmental samples and clinical samples, we examined 33 clinical samples of mostly oropharyngeal tularemia cases from approximately the same sites where environmental samples were collected.
In chapter 5, Yang gives information on statistical performance evaluation of classical phylogenetic methods, such as consistency, efficiency, and robustness.
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Phylogenetic tree of the E1-HVR1 genomic region of hepatitis C virus (HCV) from two patients and four randomly selected unrelated controls infected with HCV genotype 4, indicating that patient 2 was the likely source of patient 1's infection--Wisconsin, 2011.
In the meantime the selection of proper phylogenetic analysis is also important to understand the genetic relationships.
This discrepancy has implications for the inference of how the pan-tropical distribution of Annonaceae originated, as well as representing a potential problem with this important tool--the time-calibrated phylogenetic tree--for evolutionary inference in general.