Axel Janke focuses on Phylogenetics, Mitochondrial DNA, Phylogenetic tree, Zoology and Evolutionary biology. His Mitochondrial DNA research includes elements of Marsupial and Genome. The study incorporates disciplines such as Subspecies, Outgroup and Ovis in addition to Phylogenetic tree.
Zoology is closely attributed to Sister group in his research. His Sister group study incorporates themes from Afrotheria, Euarchontoglires, Monophyly and Paraphyly. His research in Evolutionary biology focuses on subjects like Clade, which are connected to Ecology, Pleistocene, Arctic and Coalescent theory.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Phylogenetic tree, Zoology, Evolutionary biology, Phylogenetics and Mitochondrial DNA. His work on Clade as part of general Phylogenetic tree research is frequently linked to Genetic divergence, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Zoology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Paraphyly, Sister group, Evolution of mammals and Primate.
His Evolutionary biology research incorporates elements of Genome, Glires, Monophyly and Coalescent theory. His studies deal with areas such as Outgroup, Marsupial and Sequence analysis as well as Phylogenetics. Mitochondrial DNA is a subfield of Genetics that he tackles.
His main research concerns Phylogenetic tree, Evolutionary biology, Coalescent theory, Nuclear gene and Genome. His Phylogenetic tree study introduces a deeper knowledge of Genetics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Whale, Rorqual, Baleen and Balaenoptera musculus.
Axel Janke interconnects Phylogenomics and Clade in the investigation of issues within Coalescent theory. His Nuclear gene study is related to the wider topic of Mitochondrial DNA. In his study, Giraffa, Masai giraffe, Subspecies and Giraffa camelopardalis is strongly linked to Monophyly, which falls under the umbrella field of Genome.
Axel Janke mainly focuses on Coalescent theory, Giraffa, Genetic isolate, Monophyly and Masai giraffe. He has begun a study into Coalescent theory, looking into Phylogenetics and Phylogenetic tree. As part of his inquiry into Giraffa camelopardalis and Zoology, he is doing Giraffa research.
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Mammalian mitogenomic relationships and the root of the eutherian tree.
Ulfur Arnason;Joseph A. Adegoke;Kristina Bodin;Erik W. Born.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2002)
Molecular analysis of wild and domestic sheep questions current nomenclature and provides evidence for domestication from two different subspecies
Stefan Hiendleder;Bernhard Kaupe;Rudolf Wassmuth;Axel Janke.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2002)
The marsupial mitochondrial genome and the evolution of placental mammals.
A. Janke;G. Feldmaier-Fuchs;W. K. Thomas;A. von Haeseler.
Implementing and testing the multispecies coalescent model: A valuable paradigm for phylogenomics
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (2016)
The Complete Mitochondrial Genome of the Wallaroo (Macropus Robustus) and the Phylogenetic Relationship Among Monotremata, Marsupialia, and Eutheria
Axel Janke;Xiufeng Xu;Ulfur Arnason.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1997)
Pinniped phylogeny and a new hypothesis for their origin and dispersal.
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (2006)
Nuclear Genomic Sequences Reveal that Polar Bears Are an Old and Distinct Bear Lineage
Phylogenetic relationships among eutherian orders estimated from inferred sequences of mitochondrial proteins: instability of a tree based on a single gene.
Ying Cao;Jun Adachi;Axel Janke;Svante Pääbo.
Journal of Molecular Evolution (1994)
Conflict among individual mitochondrial proteins in resolving the phylogeny of eutherian orders.
Ying Cao;Axel Janke;Peter J. Waddell;Michael Westerman.
Journal of Molecular Evolution (1998)
The Complete Mitochondrial DNA Sequence of the Domestic Sheep (Ovis aries) and Comparison with the Other Major Ovine Haplotype
Stefan Hiendleder;Heidrun Lewalski;Rudolph Wassmuth;Axel Janke.
Journal of Molecular Evolution (1998)
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