The diverse applications of cladistic analysis of molecular evolution, with special reference to nested clade analysis
Genetic Association Studies
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AbstractThe genetic variation found in small regions of the genomes of many species can be arranged into haplotype trees that reflect the evolutionary genealogy of the DNA lineages found in that region and the accumulation of mutations on those lineages. This review demonstrates some of the many ways in which clades (branches) of haplotype trees have been applied in recent years, including the study of genotype/phenotype associations at candidate loci and in genome-wide association studies, the phylogeographic history of species, human evolution, the conservation of endangered species, and the identification of species. © 2010 by the author; licensee Molecular Diversity Preservation International.
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