COMP MOL BIOL II
COMP MOL BIOL II GENOME 541
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Date Created: 09/09/15
Genome 541 Spring7 2005 Computational Molecular Biology J Felsenstein Homework no 5 Due Friday7 May 6 Write a program most conveniently using code from the previous homeworks to read in a data set of DNA sequences 1 Compute a table of distances between the DNA sequences using the Jukes Cantor formula If you don7t have this formula you will nd it in the projection for lecture 26 as the rst formula in the panel titled Approximate variances for distances 2 Then construct a UPGMA tree from these distances 3 Then the most fun part print it out in some interesting and relatively readable pictorial form you can just use character graphics77 if you want ie7 not in the Newick form but something more readable by people The data set is the one that can be fetched from the link in the description of lecture 29 it is also available from the link for Homework no 4 on the course web site You should be able to save it by using the Save As function in the File menu of your browser It is a set of sites from the D loop region of mitochondrial DNA and adjacent noncoding third codon position sites Show me by email the output of your program7 and7 as usual7 attach the source code for use in case something appears to be wrong
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