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Figure 11 | BMC Bioinformatics

Figure 11

From: Discovering local patterns of co - evolution: computational aspects and biological examples

Figure 11

A. Summary of the biological results. The number of local co-evolving groups and the number of enriched co-evolving groups (in brackets) that were found in each of the biological datasets according to each of the co-evolution measures. B. A global view at the co-evolving functions (GO groups) in the yeast and the Eukaryote datasets, and the appearance time of each of the analyzed biological groups. C. An illustration of the break in co-evolution along the subtree of the Plantae.

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