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Different approaches are in progress to study phylogenetic relatedness and divergence among organisms. Genomic study is the most effective method for resolving phylogenetic relationships. Multiple genes are preferred over single gene sequence analysis and whole genome sequences are nowadays is the best nucleotide sequence-based approach to identify and classify the taxonomically complex group of organisms to deal with several phylogenetic issues. Various bioinformatics tools are providing valuable information to study significant evolutionary relationships such as next generation sequencing, proteomics etc. DNA barcoding technology is also recently used skill to study phylogeny and identify the morphologically ambiguous species by amplifying a small fragment of Cytochrome c Oxidase Subunit I (COI). We recently reported multiple gene phylogenies of Indian termites resulting in incongruent results. However, whole genome analysis will provide a significant outcome to resolve the diverse observations studied in these species.
Phylogeny, Whole genome, DNA barcoding, Termites, Phylogenetic Analysis, Theoretical Phylogenetics