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Please see the Help section for a full explanation on how to manipulate and navigate the tree. Briefly, ... [show] drag the mouse to move the tree, use the wheel to zoom, drag the mouse with the key down to rotate the tree (see "more options" in menu for sticking effect settings), use the wheel with the or key down to change respectively the height or width of the tree. Finally you can move the mouse over the nodes to see some informations about them or click the nodes to interact with them. [hide]
Please note that the help for the database is not complete yet. It will be uploaded shortly.
The database stores two types of data:
Type of queries
The database is phylogenetically oriented, which means that all queries start by inputing some species names or subtrees. Please follow the guidelines below to submit a query.
Here's a few examples to help you formulate your queries.
Example 1: Searching for a single species
Let's imagine you're interested in wheat evolution. You would like to know all the existing genes sequenced for the species Triticum aestivum and see their phylogenetic tree. You simply have to enter this to get the list of genes containing this species. Species names are stored as Genus_species (ie put an underscore between the two names).
You can also reverse the query and search for the genes that do not include this particular species. This is simply done by clicking the 'Excluding' button (Step 2).
You can also query on the genus name only (ie Triticum in the example). By doing so, you can ask the genus to be monophyletic or not.