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dendrogram

(ˈdɛndrəʊˌɡræm)
n
(Biology) any branching diagram, such as a cladogram, showing the interconnections between treelike organisms
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den•dro•gram

(ˈdɛn drəˌgræm)

n.
a diagram of evolutionary changes in which the descendant forms are depicted as treelike branchings.
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The clonal relationship was constructed based on the similarity matrix, and a dendrogram was generated by ERIC fingerprints among the isolates.
trilobites, brachiopods and bryozoans) along the onshore--offshore profile have been plotted using a dendrogram (Hints 1990a) and illustrated in separate sections (Hints & Polma 1981; Harper & Hints 2001) in different parts of the region (Paskevicius 2000; Hints & Harper 2003; Kaljo et al.
Such a technique allows for groups to be made up according to their similarities in diverse characteristics, with the results shown in a 'dendrogram'19.
It constructs a two way table called dendrogram which expresses the relationship of sample and species (Hill, 1979).
Lastly, based on 16S rRNA dendrogram three separate groups were constructed according to community structure and population compositions (Group A, Group B, and Group C) using (tree.shared) command which was visualized using FigTree program (v1.4.3).
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