Question: How to define haplogroup in plant
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10 months ago by
China/Changchun/Northeast Nomal University
Baoxu0 wrote:

The haplogroup in human is often determined by snps in mitochondria. Recently I have to divide the population of a kind of plant into different types of haplogroup using the mitochondria snps. I found two references using different kinds of method in plants: one is in Arabidopsis- they use QT-clustering algorithm. the other is in Cannabis - they use median-joining (MJ) network method implemented in the software NETWORK v5.0.0.1 So the questions is : which kind of method should I use in my case? Can I just use phylogenetic tree to define the haplogroup? Is there any other method to define the haplogroup in plants. Thank you in advance.

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