Micro-Biology" Overview of phylogenetic comparisons & tree-building" Seminar

Microbial phylogenetics is the study of the evolutionary relatedness among various groups of microorganisms. The molecular approach to microbial phylogenetic analysis, pioneered by Carl Woese in the 1970s and leading to the three-domain model (Archaea, Bacteria, Eucaryota), revolutionized our thinking about evolution in the microbial world.

Phylogenetic analysis plays a central role in microbiology and the emerging fields of comparative genomics and phylogenomics require substantial knowledge and understanding of phylogenetic analysis and computational methods.



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