cladogram


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a tree diagram used to illustrate phylogenetic relationships

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4) The enriched taxa in control and LDC 8-week fecal microbiota were represented in Cladogram.
The base cladogram (BC or cladogram 1) includes all taxa from 13 Soil Orders, with the 113 characters described in Table 3.
The geodispersal area cladogram indicates the relative timing in which barriers were removed facilitating faunal exchange (Rode & Lieberman 2005).
However, there have been no formal relationship hypotheses supported by cladograms.
The parsimony endemicity analysis generated an exclusive cladogram with 111 steps, a consistency index of 0.
Cladogram can be divided into two branches: one branch is animal, the other branch is plant.
The analysis of the cladogram, Figure 1 of Cigliano (2007), supports this hypothesis.
From the nested cladogram and geographic coordinates of the sampling sites, a matrix defining genetic and geographical distances was created and analyzed via exact permutation contingency analysis in GEODIS v2.
The asterid cladogram used is based on the results of Bremer et al.
The family tree, or cladogram, below shows the branches of primates, the order of mammals that includes humans, monkeys, apes, and lemurs.
in the introduction of their work), a cladogram that summarizes what they consider to be, in face of a comprehensive review of the literature, the most supported scenario regarding teleostean higher-level phylogeny (see Fig.
For character mapping we used a composite cladogram derived from recent morphological and molecular work on pholcid phylogeny (Huber 2000, 2001, 2003a, b, c, 2005a, b; Bruvo Madaric et al.
A cladogram constructed based on multiple sequence alignments of the polyproteins of BCMV-NL4 and 54 other viruses using the Neighbour-Joining method (25) with BrSMV as the outgroup, showed that BCMV-NL4 is most closely related to BCMV-NL1, and was clustered with the other strains and isolates of BCMV into a broader group of potyviruses infecting legumes and other dicotyledons plants (Figure 3).
Based on the strict consensus cladogram with k=0, seven areas of endemism defined by two or more species were identified: the Mexican Plateau, the Baja California Peninsula (with a nested pattern of endemism in the south and north), Chiapas (with a nested pattern of endemism in the south and north), the Mexican Pacific Coast, the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, the Sierra Madre Occidental, and the Yucatan Peninsula.