week 3 409
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Date Created: 09/08/16
Week 3 Tuesday, September 2:21 PM Parsimony- simplest most likely Shared traits and minimize # trait transitions Trait matrix coded 0/1… 0 ancestral, 1 derived If trait lost after developed would be reversion(homoplasies) • evolution can occur w/in host ○ Rates of evol are higher here than btwn hosts across HIV genome ○ Strains less adapted to host have advantage during transmission.. Transmisson btwn host is more likely before evolution occurs in host • Ex) person a transmits virus to person b then they transmit to person c… later person a transmits to person d • Phylogenetic app: ○ Forensic evol HIV strands relatedness.. Convict doctor ○ conservation policies Pools… look at microbe 16s rna seq to find most recent common ancestor of microbes inside & outside reservde □ Many bac in reserve have marine most recent common ancestor, so pools in desert may be remnants of ancient sea so protected..underground connections btwn pools in & out of reserve ○ Sequence analysis Reconstruct epidemics/outbreaks… ○ Trees to track trait evol map trait/character of interest Green algae- like multicell orgs □ Make tree w DNA seq data then masp multicell traits onto trait □ Trait gained & lost…. Implies ecological conds thru history can cause trait(partial somatic differentiation) to come and go Bio 409 Page 1
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