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phylogram

a tree-like diagram showing the degree of relationship of different TAXA.
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Circular Phylogram showed close relatedness among the strains under study and potential association with the Ascomycetes.
A phylogram showing the phylogenetic relationship of Bacillus sp.
The phylogram shows that pneumolysin is evolutionary related with intermedilysin and they share a common ancestry.
Maximum likelihood and Bayesian phylogenetic analyses resulted in similar topologies, and we present maximum likelihood results on the Bayesian phylogram (Figs.
The phylogenetic relationships of root rot pathogens were established by multiple alignment of sequences and generating phylogram depicting bootstrap values using NJ plot software based on Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs), insertions/deletions (INDELS), and or length diversity in the ITS and 5.
We determined a rooted neighbor-joining phylogram of 16S ribosomal RNA gene sequences of B.
The phylogram depicted that all the members of Cluster I and Cluster II are the orthologs with their cluster members.
The DNA sequences were taken from present study or from NCBI databank; Phylogram is based on ND2 gene sequences of Psittaciformes indicating the molecular classification of the Pakistani rose-ringed parakeet parakeets (including those endemic in other provinces of Pakistan) are clearly warranted.
The model is optimized through Bayesian Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methods without requiring rate autocorrelation or a starting phylogram, and thus provides a better account for phylogenetic uncertainty (Drummond et al.
The computerized phylogram singles out two large sets of manuscripts according to the relation of distance/closeness of the witnesses (= what-is-p versus what-is-not-p), but it does not match the tri-partition obtained by stemmatic reconstruction (K, a [T and A1], p); rather, it proposes paradoxically a bipartite configuration (= p/non-p) which is the contradiction inherent in the traditional, nineteenth-century method of Karl Lachmann (see Chiesa 346-50).