phenon

phenon

a sample of specimens of similar appearance. see PHENOTYPE.
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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 OTU fusion results become phenon or taxa data in the form of phenogram, then the line at the level of the similarity coefficient and phenetic distance is drawn to obtain the number of taxon or taxa groups represented by OTU or specimens selected based on the similarity and taxonomic distance of all the characters tested.
juncea accessions and/or lines (Figure 1) formed eight major clusters (A, B, D, E, F, G, H and I) at 60 to 80% phenon level.
The number of selected strains was proportional to the number of isolates of each phenon obtained, and one strain of each five was chosen.
Several strains from each species belonging to identical phenon were clustered in different riboclusters and subriboclusters and identified as the same species.
Phenon cluster analysis as a method to investigate epidemiological relatedness between sources of Campylobacter jejuni.
Nor is the black tar phenon usefully compared to prior or concurrent urban drug trends.
5 phenon level, two distinct clusters (labeled `A' and `B') were apparent (Fig.
72 phenon level, two clusters (labeled `C' and `D') were apparent.
Also catch Frank Deford's piece on the remarkable rise of the 13-year-old Mount Zion High School basketball team which, from a student body of 200, produced the latest prep-to pros phenon in Tracy McGrady (pictured before his NBA draft day).
They were representative within each phenon and some of them from unclustered strains of the previously reported dendrogram (Guisande et al.
1986) and Alsina and Blanch (1994a), providing the most suitable probabilistic identification of each phenon.