An evolutionary tree for invertebrate globin sequences

@article{Goodman2005AnET,
  title={An evolutionary tree for invertebrate globin sequences},
  author={Morris Goodman and Janet Pedwaydon and John Czelusniak and Tomohiko Suzuki and Toshio Gotoh and L Moens and Fumio Shishikura and Daniel A. Walz and Serge N. Vinogradov},
  journal={Journal of Molecular Evolution},
  year={2005},
  volume={27},
  pages={236-249}
}
SummaryA phylogenetic tree was constructed from 245 globin amino acid sequences. Of the six plant globins, five represented the Leguminosae and one the Ulmaceae. Among the invertebrate sequences, 7 represented the phylum Annelida, 13 represented Insecta and Crustacea of the phylum Arthropoda, and 6 represented the phylum Mollusca. Of the vertebrate globins, 4 represented the Agnatha and 209 represented the Gnathostomata. A common alignment was achieved for the 245 sequences using the parsimony… Expand
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