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its a very imp n challenging ques,,,askd in my assignment n urgently require the ans,

its a very imp n challenging ques,,,askd in my assignment n urgently require the ans, - Bioinformatics

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1. BY USING BIOINFORMATICS TOOLS AND YOUR OWN CRITERIA, TRY TO DO CATEGORIZATON OF MICROORGANISMS.....
hint - in this we can take either the bacteria or virus or fungus and have to categorize them on our own basis.....n create a phylogenetic tree..
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