Monday, May 19, 2008

Slowly but Surely

I promised a cladogram from the Augusta/Washington Co. Berry's 67 marker results.    So here it is -
and a genetic distance table -
Time to most recent common ancestor, anyone?
You can click this line for their yAncestrys.

Now, who's up to venturing an analysis?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I must have missed yesterday's blog. We were running around and around on errands all day and evening.

Hmmmmmmmm. I can't make head or tails of this. I'll have to download the cladogram and ponder it for a while. It may be as simple as "mutations" happen?

Do you have any opinions?
Carol Vass

1:36 PM  

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