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phylogenetic tree

a diagram illustrating lines of descent and genetic distance derived from morphological, palaeontological and/or gene sequence data.
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Rooting the phylogenetic tree of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus by characterization of a conspecific virus from an African bat.
Based on the genetic distances and phylogenetic trees, the phylogenetic relationships between the populations agreed with their geographic distribution.
The neighbor-joining method: a new method for reconstructing phylogenetic trees. Mol.
The dendrograms can be used to draw inferences about interspecific taxonomic relationships among the species investigated and can also be compared with molecular phylogenetic trees.
When models like Ford's model are used to contrast topological properties of phylogenetic trees contained in databases like TreeBase (https://treebase.org), only their general properties (moments, asymptotic behavior) are employed.
As the first test concerning whether our classification of proteomes and protein sets is biologically reasonable, we generated phylogenetic trees based on the protein distribution densities in the fingerprints of proteomes without performing any protein sequence comparison and alignments.
We built the phylogenetic trees of the I pig full sequence and D loop sequence with the published mitogenomes of pig breeds from three different geographical regions: European Countries, Mekong region and China.
Genotype and phylogenetic tree of DENV-2: A phylogenetic tree was constructed using pair-wise comparison of a 1 485 nt region from the E gene (nt 850-2 726) of virus isolates sequenced in this study.
Clues to drug-productive species can be obtained from the species-distribution profiles of phylogenetic tree [19].
Ronquist, "Mr Bayes: Bayesian inference of phylogenetic trees," Bioinformatics, vol.
We call this a presence based T and designate it by Tt, which is obtained from a phylogenetic tree (Figure 1).
Isomorphism and symmetries in random phylogenetic trees. J.