phylogenetic relation


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Noun1.phylogenetic relation - (biology) state of relationship between organisms or groups of organisms resulting in resemblance in structure or structural partsphylogenetic relation - (biology) state of relationship between organisms or groups of organisms resulting in resemblance in structure or structural parts; "in anatomical structure prehistoric man shows close affinity with modern humans"
biological science, biology - the science that studies living organisms
family relationship, kinship, relationship - (anthropology) relatedness or connection by blood or marriage or adoption
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Twenty different genotypes from all the ecotypes were analysed through SDS-PAGE and their phylogenetic relation was recorded.
Therefore present project was designed to isolate and clone DDX5 gene from human and to study its phylogenetic relation with different organisms.
To consider this question, the objective of this research was to investigate the phylogenetic relation among isolates of the genus Colletotrichum, causal agent of GLS in apple and pineapple in southern Brazil, by ITS sequence analysis and comparison of these sequence to others described sequence in the literature.
Other contributions report findings on eastern equine encephalitis virus genomes, the lyssavirus genome, correlations of phylogenetic relation among members of the genus Flavivirus, and the construction of an infectious molecular clone of HTLV-1.
where y is the vector of standardized trait values, rWy is the phylogenetic component (i.e., the phylogenetic relation in the trait), and e is the residual vector that is free of phylogenetic correlation (Cheverud et al.
The study also describes phylogenetic relation among the bacterial inducer species and already reported other species.
The phylogenetic position of the novel taxon in the family Chlamydiaceae thus roughly reflects the phylogenetic relation between the host species, providing evidence for host-bacterium co-evolution in the family Chlamydiaceae.
Three major clusters based on the phylogenetic relation of the nucleotide sequences of the M gene (online Appendix Figure panel A, available from http://www.cdc.
We describe 2 HDV isolates (dFr2072 and dFr2736) that have robust phylogenetic relation to dFr644 and, therefore, propose an extended classification of the Deltavirus genus to 8 clades.
Having done that, the next step was to establish the phylogenetic relations among the species of Ciconia, using characters of the cranial osteology, of the mentioned group ("in group") and of the taxons mentioned above ("out group"), trying to express the family relationships by using shared derivative characters among their members in the form of a cladogram (sensu WILEY et al., 1991).
A previous study has revealed the phylogenetic relations according to their trnL sequences [15].
Another characteristic of these genes is the fact that they contain a nucleotide replacement pattern that provides statistically reliable information for phylogenetic analyses and thus sufficient information for the study of phylogenetic relations during the early evolution of eukaryotes (Hasegawa, Kishino, & Yano, 1985; Hillis & Dixon, 1996).