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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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.
Using Nei's D values, we clustered populations into a phenogram following unweighted pair-group method using arithmetic averages (UPGMA).
To estimate statistical confidence in the phenograms, we calculated standard errors for the nodes in the UPGMA phenogram (Nei et al.
UPGMA cluster analysis of the twenty five tomato cultivars using the polymorphic loci resulted in the phenogram shown in Fig.
The analysis of the JukesCantor distances has produced a phenogram (not present) where the same groups are recognizable in the cladistic analysis (Figure 3).
02 (Rohlf 1998) for UPGMA (unweighted pair group using arithmetic average) cluster analysis and to generate the phenogram.
TFPGA was also used to calculate Nei's unbiased (1978) genetic distances among the five populations, and to construct a population UPGMA cluster phenogram based on the population pairwise comparisons of the genetic distances.
The relationship among sites in terms of species richness of wetland indicator species (OBL and FACW combined) was examined using Nei and Li's (1979) coefficient of similarity to construct an Unweighted Pair Group Method with Arithmetic Mean (UPGMA) phenogram of similarity.
A phenogram was generated from the chord-distance matrix with the neighbor-joining (N-J) algorhithm.
The similarity matrix was used to generate a graphic phenogram through unweighted pair-group method with arithmetic means (UPGMA) which reveals the similarity coefficient among all accessions ranged from 87% to 100% (figure 4).