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Anonymous Rhms05
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3 weeks ago
So, I'm in my master's degree in animal biology and I want to create a phylogenetic tree for my taxon, but so far I've only done it using Cytb, is there a way to compare cytb with 16S, ND4 or NT3, and unite all of this into a phylogenetic tree. If so, does anyone have any files/videos that can help me?

I know how to make phylogenetic trees with BEAST, but using only one type of gene (CYTB)

Thanks!!
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3 weeks ago
Hi

First find the sequences for 16S, ND4, NT3, etc. Using something like MAFFT to align each set of sequences separately, then After aligning each set of sequences, then concatenate the alignments into a single file. Then use something like BEAST (of PhyML ), perform the phylogenetic analysis. You can then visualize the resulting phylogenetic tree using software FigTree or Archaeopteryx. Then use your magic to interpret the tree to understand the evolutionary relationships among the taxa Slight Smile
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