agregoris

Amanda completed her B.Sc. in Human Biology with a specialist in Genes, Genetics and Biotechnology from the University of Toronto, Canada before discovering the wonderful world of plants. She is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Alberta in Canada. Her research is focused on genes regulating winter dormancy and bud formation in white spruce trees.

Articles by agregoris:

Branching Out – 5 Steps to Creating a Phylogenetic Tree

Welcome to the magical world of systematics! Looking for a way to produce a phylogenetic tree that’s a step above the default options, time efficient, not too program heavy and avoids using command line programs? Although there are more rigorous analyses that strict systematists perform, for your purposes, the following should suffice. 1.  Data selection…

09 Jul 2016 Genomics & Epigenetics