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anna_lee anna_lee
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A month ago
Hi guys,
I have an assignment to calculate the ancestral gene numbers and the gain and loss of genes during evolution, based on this phylogenetic tree which has  low bootstrap value <50%.
Could anyone have any idea how to calculate this?
Please help me.
I appreciate your kindness.



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Educator
A month ago
I noticed that the numbers of the far right of the bottom tree signify the number of instances of each animal found in the phylogenetic tree above it. I don't suppose you have an example where something like this was demonstrated already?
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4 weeks ago
this is an assignment sir. When my teacher explained it to the students, I did not really understand. The teacher also gave an explanation with easier example not difficult like this one. Could you help me?
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Educator
4 weeks ago
Hi Anna, as much as I would like to, I've never come across something like this before. The only way I could figure it out is if I see a worked out example. If you can attach something that you think could be helpful, I'll give it a shot.
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4 weeks ago
Those are the slide presentation for this topic, sir




















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4 weeks ago
@bio_man could you please help me sir?
Post Merge: 4 weeks ago

Hi Anna, as much as I would like to, I've never come across something like this before. The only way I could figure it out is if I see a worked out example. If you can attach something that you think could be helpful, I'll give it a shot.
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could you please, help me sir?
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Educator
4 weeks ago
Hi Anna

I'm sorry for not getting back to you earlier. I honestly don't know how to approach this problem. It is something I've never done before, unfortunately. If you get an opportunity after the solutions are posted, please update this thread.
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