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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312284
Dataset. 2022

TABLE_6_INHERITANCE OF ESTERS AND OTHER VOLATILE COMPOUNDS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FRUITY AROMA IN STRAWBERRY.XLSX

  • Rey-Serra, Pol
  • Mnejja, Mourad
  • Monfort, Amparo
Supplementary table 4. Cluster Network Analysis, Pearson correlation for 58 VOCs in 'FC50xFD54' population and progenitors., Cultivated strawberry, Fragaria  ×  ananassa, has a complex aroma due to the presence of more than 350 volatile organic compounds (VOCs). However, a mixture of only 19 compounds, called Key Volatile Compounds (KVC), can impart the main strawberry aroma. The octoploid nature of the cultivated strawberry species (2n = 8x = 56) adds complexity to the heritance of the accumulation of the volatiles responsible for aroma. An F1 population cross between two breeding parental lines, FC50 and FD54, was phenotyped for aroma by SPME GCMS during six harvests. A total of 58 compounds were identified: 33 esters, nine terpenes, seven aldehydes, four lactones, two furans, one acid, one alkane and one alcohol, of which 16 were KVCs. A total of 179 QTLs were found, and 85 of these were detected in at least three harvests, of which 50 QTLs were considered major (LOD > 4.0) and detected in five or six analyzed harvests. Several clusters of ester QTLs associated with fruity aroma were discovered, such as QTLs for esters that share hexanoate group that were mapped in LG4A (Hexanoate_4A), those that share acetate and octyl groups in LG6A (Acetate_6A and Octyl_6A) or those with the same methyl group in LG7B (Methyl_7B). Different terpene QTLs associated with floral aroma appear grouped in a cluster in LG3C (Terpene_3C). Some of these clusters of QTLs were validated in a second F2 population, a cross of “Camarosa” and “Dover,” that was also phenotyped for three years. Selected SNPs from floral and fruity aroma QTLs were tested in a third population, which will most likely be useful for marker-assisted breeding (MAB)., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312287
Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION FOR UBIQUITIN LIGASE ACTIVITY INHIBITS CDK5 TO CONTROL AXON TERMINATION. S1 FIG [DATASET]

  • Desbois, Muriel
  • Opperman, Karla J.
  • Amezquita, Jonathan
  • Gaglio, Gabriel
  • Crawley, Oliver
  • Grill, Brock
A) LC MS-MS spectra for two CDK-5 peptides identified in GS::RPM-1 LD samples. B) Highlighted in CDK-5 sequence are four unique CDK-5 peptides (red) identified in GS::RPM-1 LD substrate ‘trap’ samples. C) LC MS-MS spectrum of one CDKA-1 peptide identified in GS::RPM-1 LD samples. D) Highlighted in CDKA-1 sequence are two unique peptides (red) identified in GS::RPM-1 LD samples., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312290
Dataset. 2022

TABLE_7_INHERITANCE OF ESTERS AND OTHER VOLATILE COMPOUNDS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FRUITY AROMA IN STRAWBERRY.XLSX

  • Rey-Serra, Pol
  • Mnejja, Mourad
  • Monfort, Amparo
Supplementary table 5. Pearson correlation for 58 VOCs in 'FC50xFD54' population and progenitors in six harvests. Bold indicates p value <0.01 and underline p value <0.001., Cultivated strawberry, Fragaria  ×  ananassa, has a complex aroma due to the presence of more than 350 volatile organic compounds (VOCs). However, a mixture of only 19 compounds, called Key Volatile Compounds (KVC), can impart the main strawberry aroma. The octoploid nature of the cultivated strawberry species (2n = 8x = 56) adds complexity to the heritance of the accumulation of the volatiles responsible for aroma. An F1 population cross between two breeding parental lines, FC50 and FD54, was phenotyped for aroma by SPME GCMS during six harvests. A total of 58 compounds were identified: 33 esters, nine terpenes, seven aldehydes, four lactones, two furans, one acid, one alkane and one alcohol, of which 16 were KVCs. A total of 179 QTLs were found, and 85 of these were detected in at least three harvests, of which 50 QTLs were considered major (LOD > 4.0) and detected in five or six analyzed harvests. Several clusters of ester QTLs associated with fruity aroma were discovered, such as QTLs for esters that share hexanoate group that were mapped in LG4A (Hexanoate_4A), those that share acetate and octyl groups in LG6A (Acetate_6A and Octyl_6A) or those with the same methyl group in LG7B (Methyl_7B). Different terpene QTLs associated with floral aroma appear grouped in a cluster in LG3C (Terpene_3C). Some of these clusters of QTLs were validated in a second F2 population, a cross of “Camarosa” and “Dover,” that was also phenotyped for three years. Selected SNPs from floral and fruity aroma QTLs were tested in a third population, which will most likely be useful for marker-assisted breeding (MAB)., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312291
Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION FOR UBIQUITIN LIGASE ACTIVITY INHIBITS CDK5 TO CONTROL AXON TERMINATION. S2 FIG [DATASET]

  • Desbois, Muriel
  • Opperman, Karla J.
  • Amezquita, Jonathan
  • Gaglio, Gabriel
  • Crawley, Oliver
  • Grill, Brock
Quantitation indicates ALM axon termination defects are reduced in cdka-1; rpm-1 double mutants compared to rpm-1 single mutants. Means (bars) are shown for 4 or more counts (black dots, 20 or more worms/count) for each genotype. Error bars indicate SEM. Significance assessed using Student’s t-test. * p<0.05., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312292
Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: BEATING CARNOT EFFICIENCY WITH PERIODICALLY DRIVEN CHIRAL CONDUCTORS

  • Ryu, Sungguen
  • López, Rosa
  • Serra, Llorenç
  • Sánchez, David
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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/312292
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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312295
Dataset. 2022

TABLE_8_INHERITANCE OF ESTERS AND OTHER VOLATILE COMPOUNDS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FRUITY AROMA IN STRAWBERRY.XLSX

  • Rey-Serra, Pol
  • Mnejja, Mourad
  • Monfort, Amparo
Supplementary table 6. ω2 and p-values values for 'FC50xFD54' and '21AF' populations explaining the percentage of Genetic (G) in blue, Environmental (E) in orange, interaction GxE in green variability factors and error in grey in 3 years, with their p-value., Cultivated strawberry, Fragaria  ×  ananassa, has a complex aroma due to the presence of more than 350 volatile organic compounds (VOCs). However, a mixture of only 19 compounds, called Key Volatile Compounds (KVC), can impart the main strawberry aroma. The octoploid nature of the cultivated strawberry species (2n = 8x = 56) adds complexity to the heritance of the accumulation of the volatiles responsible for aroma. An F1 population cross between two breeding parental lines, FC50 and FD54, was phenotyped for aroma by SPME GCMS during six harvests. A total of 58 compounds were identified: 33 esters, nine terpenes, seven aldehydes, four lactones, two furans, one acid, one alkane and one alcohol, of which 16 were KVCs. A total of 179 QTLs were found, and 85 of these were detected in at least three harvests, of which 50 QTLs were considered major (LOD > 4.0) and detected in five or six analyzed harvests. Several clusters of ester QTLs associated with fruity aroma were discovered, such as QTLs for esters that share hexanoate group that were mapped in LG4A (Hexanoate_4A), those that share acetate and octyl groups in LG6A (Acetate_6A and Octyl_6A) or those with the same methyl group in LG7B (Methyl_7B). Different terpene QTLs associated with floral aroma appear grouped in a cluster in LG3C (Terpene_3C). Some of these clusters of QTLs were validated in a second F2 population, a cross of “Camarosa” and “Dover,” that was also phenotyped for three years. Selected SNPs from floral and fruity aroma QTLs were tested in a third population, which will most likely be useful for marker-assisted breeding (MAB)., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312298
Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION FOR UBIQUITIN LIGASE ACTIVITY INHIBITS CDK5 TO CONTROL AXON TERMINATION. S3 FIG [DATASET]

  • Desbois, Muriel
  • Opperman, Karla J.
  • Amezquita, Jonathan
  • Gaglio, Gabriel
  • Crawley, Oliver
  • Grill, Brock
Quantitation of axon termination defects in ALM neurons for indicated genotypes. Reduced frequency of axon termination defects occurs in cdk-5; rpm-1 double mutants, but not pct-1; rpm-1 double mutants. Suppression of termination defects is not increased in cdk-5; pct-1; rpm-1 triple mutants compared to cdk-5; rpm-1 double mutants. Results suggest that CDK-5 and PCT-1 do not function redundantly during axon termination. Means (bars) are shown for 6 or more counts (black dots, 20 or more worms/count) for each genotype. Error bars indicate SEM. Significance assessed using Student’s t-test. * p<0.05, ** p<0.01., Peer reviewed

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/312298
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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312299
Dataset. 2022

TABLE_9_INHERITANCE OF ESTERS AND OTHER VOLATILE COMPOUNDS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FRUITY AROMA IN STRAWBERRY.XLSX

  • Rey-Serra, Pol
  • Mnejja, Mourad
  • Monfort, Amparo
Supplementary table 7. KVCs summary in '21AF' populations. Relative average and standard deviation (SD) content of 16 KVCs detected in parental lines 'Camarosa', 'Dover' and 'H-21' and relative average, standard deviation their and range for their F2 progenies. KVCs name, its abbreviation and compound family., Cultivated strawberry, Fragaria  ×  ananassa, has a complex aroma due to the presence of more than 350 volatile organic compounds (VOCs). However, a mixture of only 19 compounds, called Key Volatile Compounds (KVC), can impart the main strawberry aroma. The octoploid nature of the cultivated strawberry species (2n = 8x = 56) adds complexity to the heritance of the accumulation of the volatiles responsible for aroma. An F1 population cross between two breeding parental lines, FC50 and FD54, was phenotyped for aroma by SPME GCMS during six harvests. A total of 58 compounds were identified: 33 esters, nine terpenes, seven aldehydes, four lactones, two furans, one acid, one alkane and one alcohol, of which 16 were KVCs. A total of 179 QTLs were found, and 85 of these were detected in at least three harvests, of which 50 QTLs were considered major (LOD > 4.0) and detected in five or six analyzed harvests. Several clusters of ester QTLs associated with fruity aroma were discovered, such as QTLs for esters that share hexanoate group that were mapped in LG4A (Hexanoate_4A), those that share acetate and octyl groups in LG6A (Acetate_6A and Octyl_6A) or those with the same methyl group in LG7B (Methyl_7B). Different terpene QTLs associated with floral aroma appear grouped in a cluster in LG3C (Terpene_3C). Some of these clusters of QTLs were validated in a second F2 population, a cross of “Camarosa” and “Dover,” that was also phenotyped for three years. Selected SNPs from floral and fruity aroma QTLs were tested in a third population, which will most likely be useful for marker-assisted breeding (MAB)., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312302
Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION FOR UBIQUITIN LIGASE ACTIVITY INHIBITS CDK5 TO CONTROL AXON TERMINATION. S4 FIG [DATASET]

  • Desbois, Muriel
  • Opperman, Karla J.
  • Amezquita, Jonathan
  • Gaglio, Gabriel
  • Crawley, Oliver
  • Grill, Brock
A) Schematic shows region of ALM mechanosensory neurons imaged (red box). B) Representative images of ALM soma from wildtype and rpm-1 (lf) mutants. Shown is transgenic GFP expressed in mechanosensory neurons (PmecGFP; left, green), CDK-5::mScarlet CRISPR (middle, magenta) and merged image (right). C) Quantitation shows CDK-5::mScarlet levels in ALM soma are not different between wildtype animals and rpm-1 (lf) mutants. Means (grey lines) are shown for each genotype with individual data points (red dots) representing single animals. Significance assessed using Student’s t-test. ns, non-significant., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312304
Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION FOR UBIQUITIN LIGASE ACTIVITY INHIBITS CDK5 TO CONTROL AXON TERMINATION. S5 FIG [DATASET]

  • Desbois, Muriel
  • Opperman, Karla J.
  • Amezquita, Jonathan
  • Gaglio, Gabriel
  • Crawley, Oliver
  • Grill, Brock
RPM-1 and CDK-5 function in parallel to regulate synapse formation in ALM mechanosensory neurons. A) Schematic shows primary axon and collateral synaptic branch of ALM mechanosensory neurons. Highlighted in green on collateral branch are presynaptic sites labeled by RAB-3::GFP. B) Shown are representative confocal images of presynaptic RAB-3::GFP puncta for indicated genotypes. For wildtype, images are shown for GFP::RAB-3 (upper left, green), RFP expressed in mechanosensory neurons (PmecRFP; upper middle, magenta) and merged image (upper right). C) Quantitation of GFP::RAB-3 puncta in ALM neurons for indicated genotypes. Note rpm-1 mutants have reduced numbers of RAB-3 puncta, and these defects are enhanced in cdk-5; rpm-1 double mutants. Means (bars) are shown for each genotype (black dots indicate individual worms). Error bars indicate SEM. Significance assessed using Student’s t-test with Bonferroni correction. ns, non-significant; * p<0.05. Scale bar 10 μm., Peer reviewed

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