Because Everyone Likes a Family Tree | GenomeWeb

Over at Discovering Biology in a Digital World, Sandra Porter offers a quick lesson and an informative video on how to craft a phylogenetic tree.  If you're already an expert in clades, you can skip this -- Porter targets the lesson at beginners in the field. The video covers building your data set, aligning sequences, and using that to make the tree.

 

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