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Bioinformatics is an interdisciplinary field that combines biology, computer science, and statistics to analyze and interpret biological data. It involves the development of computational tools and techniques to manage and analyze vast amounts of biological data, such as DNA and protein sequences, gene expression profiles, and protein structures. Bioinformatics has become an essential tool in modern biology, as it allows researchers to mine and analyze data to uncover patterns, relationships, and insights that can be used to understand biological systems and develop new treatments for diseases. The field of bioinformatics is constantly evolving as new technologies and data sources emerge, making it an exciting and challenging area of research.

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How to read a phylogenetic tree?...

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What is a phylogenetic tree?...

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How to read phylogenetic tree?...

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which is the best definition of a phylogenetic tree?...

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where in a phylogenetic tree would you expect to find the organism that had evolved most recently?...

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where should the origin of the ecdysozoan cuticle be placed on the phylogenetic tree...

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how to make a phylogenetic tree...

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Which of the following statements is always TRUE about sister taxa on a ... divergence event represented on a phylogeny....

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Which type of evidence is least likely to result in changes to a phylogenetic tree?...

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Name any two databases important in bioinformatics. Mention the type of ... a given sequence using bioinformatics....

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Write the steps of BLAST involved in comparison of DNA sequences....

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BLAST helps in finding the homology in biological sequence alignment. Give any two reasons for this homology....

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Bioinformatics databases provide resources for gene level sequences such as RefSeq, ... used in designing gene chips....

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Which information can be retrieved from the following databases? (i) EMBL (ii) PDB...

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List three database retrieval tools available from the NCBI. Also mention about the possible use of each....

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What is the significance of having record names in the PDB format ... information associated with the macromolecule....

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Gene prediction and counting Gene prediction is an important problem for ... organism, can be simple or Inverse...

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(a) Which database was created to manage the redundancy in EST data? (b) ... role of the curator in Bio-informatics....

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What kinds of analysis can be undertaken using various bioinformatics tools?...

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Which information can be retrieved from the following databases? (i) EMBL (ii) PDB...

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