NJ

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AcronymDefinition
NJNew Jersey (US postal abbreviation)
NJNice Job
NJNational Jewish (Medical & Research Center)
NJNo Joke
NJNick Jonas (of Jonas Brothers)
NJNew Jack (pro wrestler)
NJNeighbor-Joining
NJNorma Jean
NJNorsk Journalistlag (Norway)
NJNot Joking
NJNasojejunal (feeding tube)
NJNidec Corporation (Japan)
NJNorges Juristforbund (Norway)
NJNot Judgeable (skydiving competitions)
NJOccupation Postage Due (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
NJNapierville Junction Railway Company
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The phylogenetic relationship illustrated, using neighbor-joining (NJ) method which exhibit three lineages.
A) Evolutionary relationships of representative strains of African swine fever virus based on the neighbor-joining phylogeny of the partial p72 gene sequences.
The evolutionary histories of 30 taxa were inferred using the neighbor-joining method (NJ) (Saitou & Nei, 1987) (Figure 2).
Indeed, the neighbor-joining tree (Figure 2(a)) shows a consistent clustering of the HIV-1 subtypes (red), the coronaviruses (black), and the flaviviral species (blue).
El arbol Neighbor-Joining obtenido a partir de la distancia genetica de Nei [D.sub.A] (Nei et al.
The differentiation among populations of different species of Bryconamericus was inferred from neighbor-joining and maximum likelihood dendrograms, using the same model previously defined by the program Modeltest 3.7.
El algoritmo de preferencia para estudios de codigo de barras molecular es el Neighbor-Joining (Hebert et al.
A preliminary neighbor-joining tree (not shown) constructed using only the east Texas sequences and those of Schussler et al.
The unrooted tree produced using the neighbor-joining algorithm is shown in Fig.
Parsimony and neighbor-joining analysis did not show support for the four wild Turkey subspecies studied.
These data formed the basis of phylogenetic analyses using three methods of phylogenetic tree construction: maximum likelihood (1), parsimony (2), and neighbor-joining (3).
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