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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/273585
Dataset. 2022

WOODY PLANT SPECIES PRESENT IN SEMIARID ZIZIPHUS LOTUS SCRUBLANDS (HABITAT 5220*, EU) IN THE SOUTHEAST OF IBERIAN PENINSULA

  • González Robles, A.
  • Tarifa, Rubén
  • Rey, Pedro J.
  • Valera, Francisco
  • Pérez, Antonio J.
The community of woody species (shrubs and trees), with the capacity to act as nurse plants, was sampled in three habitat subtypes of Ziziphus lotus (Habitat 5220*, Habitat Directive UE): i) habitat dominated by Ziziphus lotus individuals (ZIZ) ; ii) habitat dominated by Maytenus senegalensis with Ziziphus lotus (ZIZMAY); iii) habitat dominated by Chamaerops humilis with Ziziphus lotus (ZIZCHA). Each habitat subtype was sampled at 8 locations using 25 [10x10 m] sampling squares (8 locations x 25 sampling squares = 200 squares per habitat subtype x 3 subtypes = 600 total squares). In each square, the list of woody plant species, with the capacity to act as nurses, and their covers (% or m2) was recorded. The squares were randomly distributed, trying to cover the largest possible area within each locality to avoid sampling bias. Rarefaction curves were used to calculate the diversity estimates per habitat subtype showed in .csv files (n for rarefaction curves per habitat subtype = n sampled squares per habitat subtype x 2 = 200 x 2 = 400). iNEXT package (Hsieh, Ma and Chao, 2020) of R sofware (R Core, 2021) was used to calculated the summaries and diversity estimates showed in .csv files., Our aim was to characterize the woody plant species, with the capacity to act as nurse plants, present in the arborescent scrubs with Ziziphus lotus (Habitat 5520*, Habitat Directive EU) in the semiarid southeast of the Iberian Peninsula, mainly in Almería province (Andalucia, Spain). We selected three habitat subtypes with Ziziphus lotus: i) habitat dominated by Ziziphus lotus individuals (ZIZ) ; ii) habitat dominated by Maytenus senegalensis with Ziziphus lotus (ZIZMAY); iii) habitat dominated by Chamaerops humilis with Ziziphus lotus (ZIZCHA)., This work was funded by Proyecto FEDER SUMHAL-Sustainability for Mediterraean Hospost in Andalusia integrating LifeWatch ERIC [Work Package 9. Task 9.3.2. Model impact of land use change] (LifeWatch ERIC – FEDER, POPE 2014-2020; Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, Spain); Junta de Andalucía Excelencia RNM- 766 project; and by funds from Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional (FEDER- UJA 1261180 project, FEDER Andalucía operative programme). CSIC is acknowledged for supporting Open Access publication., Plant_database_Pop_Hab_ziziphus.csv [shows the list of woody plant species per sampled population with the information of habitat subtype and incidence per plant species] Plant_database_Hab_ziziphus.csv [shows the list of woody plant species per subtype of sampled habitat with the information of cover and incidence per plant species] Population_and_sampling_info.csv [has information about samplings and diversity values per sampled population according the data of 'Plant_database_Pop_Hab_ziziphus.csv' file] Habitats_info.csv [has information about samplings and rarefaction diversity estimates per habitat according the data of 'Plant_database_Hab_ziziphus.csv' file] Metada.csv [records information about the meaning of columns in 'Plant_database_Pop_Hab_ziziphus.csv', 'Plant_database_Habitats_ziziphus.csv', 'Population_and_sampling_info' and 'Habitats_info.csv' files], Peer reviewed

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/273585, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14685
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/273591
Dataset. 2022

FLORAL VISITOR SPECIES PRESENT IN SEMIARID ZIZIPHUS LOTUS SCRUBLANDS (HABITAT 5220*, EU) IN THE SOUTHEAST OF IBERIAN PENINSULA

  • Pérez, Antonio J.
  • González Robles, A.
  • Rey, Pedro J.
We sampled the insect assemblage visiting flowers in the arborescent scrublands with Ziziphus lotus (Habitat 5520*, Habitat Directive EU) in the semiarid southeast of the Iberian Peninsula, mainly in Almería province (Andalucia, Spain). We selected 6 localities with the presence of this Ziziphus lotus habitat: i) 2 localities in habitat dominated by Ziziphus lotus individuals (ZIZ); ii) 2 localities in habitat dominated by Maytenus senegalensis with Ziziphus lotus (ZIZMAY); iii) 2 localities in habitat dominated by Chamaerops humilis with Ziziphus lotus (ZIZCHA). To study the community of insect floral visitors in these habitats, 6-7 transects of [50 m x 2 m] were defined in each locality, which were sampled by 50 min-censuses from February-July at 3 different times (pre-spring + spring + summer; total transects sampled = 38 transects x 3 censuses = 114 transects). The sampled transects were randomly distributed, trying to cover the largest possible area within each locality to avoid sampling bias. We recorded the insect community visiting flowers in terms of richness and abundance per transect and locality. The censuses were carried out on sunny days with low winds (<12Km/h), between 9:00-17:00, during the period of maximum insect activity. The diversity and abundance of insect floral visitor by transect were pooled by population/locality ('SUMMARY_Floral_visitors_pop.csv' file). Rarefaction curves were used to calculate the diversity estimates per locality showed in 'Population_and_sampling_info.csv' file (n for rarefaction curves per population = minimum number of sampled transects per population across season x 2 = 18 x 2 = 36 sample units). iNEXT package (Hsieh, Ma and Chao, 2020) of R sofware (R Core, 2021) was used to calculated the summaries and diversity stimates showed in .csv files, Our aim was to characterize the insect assemblage visiting flowers (floral visitors) in the arborescent scrublands with Ziziphus lotus (Habitat 5520*, Habitat Directive EU) in the semiarid southeast of the Iberian Peninsula, mainly in Almería province (Andalucia, Spain). We differentiated three habitat subtypes with Ziziphus lotus: i) habitat dominated by Ziziphus lotus individuals (ZIZ) ; ii) habitat dominated by Maytenus senegalensis with Ziziphus lotus (ZIZMAY); iii) habitat dominated by Chamaerops humilis with Ziziphus lotus (ZIZCHA)., This work was funded by Proyecto FEDER SUMHAL-Sustainability for Mediterraean Hotspots in Andalusia integrating LifeWatch ERIC [Work Package 9. Task 9.3.2. Model impact of land use change] (LifeWatch ERIC – FEDER, POPE 2014-2020; Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, Spain), Junta de Andalucía Excelencia RNM- 766 project, and by funds from Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional (FEDER- UJA 1261180 project, FEDER Andalucía operative programme). CSIC is acknowledged for supporting Open Access publication, SUMMARY_Floral_visitors_pop.csv [shows the list, abundance, and incidence of floral visitor species per population or locality] Population_and_sampling_info.csv [has information of samplings and rarefaction diversity estimates per locality according to the data of 'SUMMARY_Floral_visitors_pop.csv' file] Metada.csv [records information about the meaning of columns in SUMMARY_Floral_visitors_pop.csv' and ' Population_and_sampling_info.csv' files], Peer reviewed

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/273591, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14686
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HANDLE: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/273591, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14686
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PMID: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/273591, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14686
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/273883
Dataset. 2022

SEED DISPERSAL IN ANDALUSIAN OLIVE GROVES BY FRUGIVOROUS BIRDS

  • Rey, Pedro J.
  • Camacho, Francisco M.
  • Tarifa, Rubén
  • Pérez, Antonio J.
  • Martínez-Núñez, Carlos
All methodological information and farms and landscape characteristic information can be found in Rey et al (2021). Characterization of the avian seed dispersers and the seeds they mobilizes by mist-netting: From September 2019 to March 2020, we conducted bird mist-netting sessions in the 20 study olive farms monthly. Birds trapping was carried out for 3 h in each session (between mid-morning and noon). For each farm, two simultaneous capture zones, one in the olive field and the other in SNWH patches were considered, with a distance of 150 meters between zones. In each zone (habitat), we set two mist-nets of 12 × 2.5 meters and a mesh size of 16mm (24 linear meters of the net in total per zone). In each mist-net zone, a sound call that emitted songs of the frugivorous species present was arranged at random to attract birds. A 1-m wide strip of mosquito net was placed on the ground beneath the mist nets to collect the seeds excreted by the birds while they were trapped in the net. Once a bird was released from the net it was immediately introduced in a cloth bag with a paper cone located inside until the moment of seed collection/identification. All birds were kept in the cloth bags for 1 h, then ringed and released. For each individual captured, the total number of seeds of each species collected under the net and in the collector was recorded. Mobilised seeds to seed fall traps: - Seed_trap_2018: To determine the probability of seed deposition into different habitats within the olive farm and to characterize seed rain, we used plastic plant pots of 40 cm diameter and 20 cm depth as seed fall traps. Traps were covered with a 1 × 1 cm wire mesh to avoid seed predation by micro mammals and perforated on their base to drain rainwater. 18 seed fall traps were placed per farm in three different types of habitats (6 traps per habitat): beneath the olive tree canopy, beneath the canopy of isolated overtopping non-olive trees serving as perches to birds within the olive field, and within seminatural woodland habitat remnants. Traps were always set hanging from branches of trees and/or tall scrubs. Traps were active for 17 months, between October 2018 and March 2020 in 9 localities. We collected the trapped seeds periodically (every 3 months, with monthly-bimonthly checks to make sure that the traps were active). - Seed_trap_2021: in this case, we used plastic plants trays of 57 x 42 cm and 10 cm depth as seed fall traps. Traps were covered with a 1 × 1 cm wire mesh to avoid seed predation by micro mammals and perforated on their base to drain rainwater. 30 seed fall traps were placed per farm in seminatural woodland habitat remnants below fleshy- fruited shrub, other shrubs and perches. The traps were active for 6 months, between June 2021 and March 2022 in 12 localities. We collected the trapped seeds monthly., Our aim was to characterize the seeds of fleshy fruit species mobilized by avian frugivores in the olive grove farms of the Guadalquivir valley in Andalusia (South Spain), considering a landscape homogenization gradient. We further assessed the contribution of different frugivores to this function by mist-netting and scat collection. We differentiated two habitats within olive farms: olive grove matrix and seminatural woodland patches., This work was funded by RECOVECOS project -Evaluating the Recovery debt of ecosystem services provided by the fauna in permanent croplands: effects of land use intensification and landscape complexity in olive groves- (Ref.: PID2019-108332GB-100, MICIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033), LIFE Program project OLIVARES VIVOS (ref. LIFE14 NAT/ES/001094) and FEDER SUMHAL project Work Package 9. Task 9.3.2. Model impact of land use change -Sustainability for Mediterraean Hotspots in Andalusia- integrating LifeWatch ERIC (LifeWatch ERIC – FEDER, POPE 2014-2020; Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, Spain), CSIC is acknowledged for supporting Open Access publication., 'summary_seed_dispersers.csv' file has information of the species of frugivorous birds that have been detected dispersing seeds in the olive grove per each farm. 'summary_mobilised_seed.csv' file has information of fleshy fruit seed species that have been detected dispersed in the olive groves per each farms 'farm_information.csv' records information about each farm like location (coordinates), ground herb management, Seminatural woodland cover in the landscape and farm size 'metadata' records information about the meaning of columns in 'summary_seed_dispersers.csv','summary_mobilised_seed.csv' and 'farm_information.csv' files, Peer reviewed

DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/273883, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14687
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PMID: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/273883, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14687
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/273989
Dataset. 2022

FLORAL VISITOR SPECIES PRESENT IN FLOWERS OF THE GROUND HERB IN THE ANDALUSIA OLIVE GROVES

  • Cano, Domingo
  • Pérez, Antonio J.
  • Martínez-Núñez, Carlos
  • Rey, Pedro J.
We sampled the abundance and diversity of flower-visiting insects in paired olive farms located in Andalusia. The surveys were carried out in 18 paired olive farms in 2018, and in 24 paired olive farms in 2020. On the one hand, each pair of olive farms is constituted by an olive farm with low-intensive herb cover management and an olive farm with intensive herb cover management. The low-intensive management consists of the maintenance of herb cover during most of the year being only removed in late spring by mechanic mowing or livestock grazing. Conversely, intensive management consists of removing the herb cover permanently by using pre-emergence and/ or post-emergence herbicides, sometimes in combination with ploughing the ground several times a year. On the other hand, the pair of farms in each locality is surrounded by the same landscape complexity. We classified each pair of farms into three categories of landscape complexity (simple, intermediate, and complex) according to the proportion of semi-natural area estimated within a 2 km radius buffer around the centroid of each pair of farms. Surveys were conducted in multi-specific floral stands. We selected two 10 m2 multi-floral stands per olive farm located inside the olive field matrix. They were carried out twice for 2018, and monthly from March to June for 2020 (3 sampling rounds in total), matching the peak flowering period of the ground herb cover. Sampling consisted of recording the abundance and diversity of flower-visiting insects in each floral patch for 15 minutes in the morning (until 13 h) and for 15 minutes in the afternoon (until 17 h) every sampling round. The diversity and abundance of insect floral visitor by transect was pooled by population/locality ('SUMMARY_Floral_visitors_pop.csv' file)., Our aim was to assess the effect of agricultural management and landscape context of the olive groves on the flower-visiting insect community., This work was funded by RECOVECOS project -Evaluating the Recovery debt of ecosystem services provided by the fauna in permanent croplands: effects of land use intensification and landscape complexity in olive groves- (Ref.: PID2019-108332GB-100, MICIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033), LIFE Program project OLIVARES VIVOS (ref. LIFE14 NAT/ES/001094) and FEDER SUMHAL project Work Package 9. Task 9.3.2. Model impact of land use change -Sustainability for Mediterraean Hotspots in Andalusia- integrating LifeWatch ERIC (LifeWatch ERIC – FEDER, POPE 2014-2020; Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, Spain). CSIC is acknowledged for supporting Open Access publication., DB_Pollinator_Community_Info.csv [shows the list per population of wild bee species per olive farm] DB_Pollinator_Summary.csv [has information of species bee richness per olive farm according the data of ' BD_WildBees_LIFE_Community_Info.csv ' file] DB_Pollinator_Farm_Info.csv [has information about geographic location, landscape metrics and soil management of each olive farm] Metadata_Pollinator.csv [records information about the meaning of columns in 'BD_WildBees_LIFE_Community_Info.csv ' and ' BD_WildBees_LIFE_Summary.csv ' and 'Metada_WildBees_LIFE.csv' files., Peer reviewed

DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/273989, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14689
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/273992
Dataset. 2022

DIVERSITY OF POLLEN DISPERSED BY SOLITARY BEES TO ARTIFICIAL NESTS IN OLIVE GROVES

  • Cano, Domingo
  • Ossorio Martínez, David
  • León Ruiz, Josefa
  • Pérez, Antonio J.
  • Jiménez, Joaquín
  • Ruiz Valenzuela, Luis
  • Rey, Pedro J.
We sampled the diversity of pollen dispersed by solitary bees by using bee trap nests in 12 paired olive farms located in 6 localities from Andalusia in 2020. On the one hand, each paired olive farm is constituted by an olive farm with low-intensive herb cover management and an olive farm with intensive herb cover management. The low-intensive management consists of the maintenance of herb cover during most of the year being only removed in late spring by mechanic mowing or cattle. Conversely, intensive management consists of removing the herb cover permanently by using pre-emergence and/ or post-emergence herbicides sometimes in combination with ploughing the ground several times a year. On the other hand, each paired farm in each locality is surrounded by the same landscape complexity. We classified each paired farm in three categories of landscape complexity (simple, intermediate, and complex) according to the proportion of semi-natural area estimated within a 2 km radius buffer around the centroid of each pair of farms. We use 144 bee trap nests in total, using two different materials and four cavity diameters (40× ca. 9 mm bamboo, 20× ca. 12 mm reed internodes, 20× ca. 15 mm reed internodes and 4× ca. 20 mm reed internodes), providing a total of 84 nesting cavities per nest. On each farm, six nests were set in March, matching the period of activity in the phenology of these solitary bees and the flowering plants they pollinate. Bee trap nests were set in different microhabitats (i.e. olive orchard matrix and non-productive areas). Trap nest colonization was monitored monthly, from April to September. For every cavity colonized, samples of three different pollen packs were extracted and dyed using fuchsine. Samples were identified under microscope to species or pollen‐type level., Our aim was to assess the effect of agricultural management and landscape context of the olive orchard on the diversity of pollen dispersed by solitary bees to artificial nests., This work was funded by RECOVECOS project -Evaluating the Recovery debt of ecosystem services provided by the fauna in permanent croplands: effects of land use intensification and landscape complexity in olive groves- (Ref.: PID2019-108332GB-100, MICIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033), LIFE Program project OLIVARES VIVOS (ref. LIFE14 NAT/ES/001094) and FEDER SUMHAL project Work Package 9. Task 9.3.2. Model impact of land use change -Sustainability for Mediterraean Hotspots in Andalusia- integrating LifeWatch ERIC (LifeWatch ERIC – FEDER, POPE 2014-2020; Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, Spain). CSIC is acknowledged for supporting Open Access publication., DB_Pollen_Info.csv [shows the list of pollen species and morphotypes per olive farm] BD_Pollen _Summary.csv [has information of pollen species and morphotypes per olive farm according the data of ' BD_Pollen_LIFE _Info.csv ' file] DB_Pollen_Farm_Info.csv [has information about geographic location, landscape metrics and soil management of each olive farm] Metadata_Pollen.csv [records information about the meaning of columns in BD_Pollen_LIFE _Info.csv ' and ' BD_Pollen_LIFE_Summary.csv' and Metada_Pollen_LIFE.csv' files.], Peer reviewed

DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/273992, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14690
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Dataset. 2022

EPIGENETIC MOSAICISM PREDICTS EXTANT AND TRANSGENERATIONAL VARIABILITY OF FECUNDITY-RELATED TRAITS IN WILD LAVENDER PLANTS

  • Herrera, Carlos M.
  • Medrano, Mónica
  • Bazaga, Pilar
  • Alonso, Conchita
The dataset consists of three comma-delimited plain text files corresponding to (i) Epigenotypic data of maternal modules, (ii) phenotypic data of maternal modules, and (iii) phenotypic data of the subprogenies obtained in the greenhouse, for different modules from adult, wild-grown, field-sampled plants of the shrub Lavandula latifolia (Lamiaceae). Five modules, each consisting of a terminal branchlet bearing one inflorescence and its subtending leaves, were collected from each of 15 wild-growing L. latifolia plants from a large population growing near Arroyo Aguaderillos in the Sierra de Cazorla (Jaén province, southeastern Spain; geographical coordinates 37.96157 N, 2.88389 W). Each module was characterized epigenotypically by the methylation state of methylation-sensitive amplified fragment length polymorphism markers (MS-AFLP), and phenotypically by fecundity-related traits (inflorescence length, and size, number and mass of seeds produced). Seeds from the different modules were sown in the greenhouse and resulting ‘subprogenies’ characterized phenotypically (germination probability and time to emergence, seedling size, susceptibility to fungal disease). For MS-AFLP data, each column refer to a specific (although anonymous) marker, identified by primer combination and size (base pairs)., This dataset includes three files containing (i) Epigenotypic data of maternal modules, (ii) phenotypic data of maternal modules, and (iii) phenotypic data of greenhouse subprogenies for different modules of 15 adult, wild-grown, field-sampled plants of the shrub Lavandula latifolia., Partial support for this study was provided by grants PID2019-104365GB-I00 (Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, Spanish Government) and P18-FR-4413 (Consejería de Transformación Económica, Industria, Conocimiento y Universidades, Andalusian Government)., Five modules, each consisting of a terminal branchlet bearing one inflorescence and its subtending leaves, were collected from each of 15 wild-growing L. latifolia plants from a large population growing near Arroyo Aguaderillos in the Sierra de Cazorla (Jaén province, southeastern Spain; geographical coordinates 37.96157 N, 2.88389 W). Each module was characterized epigenotypically by the methylation state of methylation-sensitive amplified fragment length polymorphism markers (MS-AFLP), and phenotypically by fecundity-related traits (inflorescence length, and size, number and mass of seeds produced). Seeds from the different modules were sown in the greenhouse and resulting ‘subprogenies’ characterized phenotypically (germination probability and time to emergence, seedling size, susceptibility to fungal disease). For MS-AFLP data, each column refer to a specific (although anonymous) marker, identified by primer combination and size (base pairs). Further details can be obtained in Herrera, Carlos M.; Medrano, Mónica; Bazaga, Pilar; Alonso, Conchita. 2022. Ecological significance of intraplant variation: epigenetic mosaicism in Lavandula latifolia plants predicts extant and transgenerational variability of fecundity-related traits. Journal of Ecology (in press)., Peer reviewed

DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/274491, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14692
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PMID: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/274491, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14692
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/274610
Dataset. 2022

CAPSULTEK® Nº. 873827 - UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL OF THERMO-SENSITIVE BIOACTIVE INGREDIENTS THROUGH A DISRUPTIVE ENCAPSULATION METHOD.

  • Talón Argente, Emma
  • Palau Aloy, José Luis
  • Markwort, Lars
The dataset is made available under the Open Database License. Any rights in individual contents of the database are licensed under the Database Contents License. Please, read the full ODbL 1.0 license text for the exact terms that apply. Users of the dataset are free to: Share: copy, distribute and use the database, either commercially or non-commercially. Create: produce derivative works from the database. Adapt: modify, transform and build upon the database. Under the following conditions: Attribution: You must attribute any public use of the database, or works produced from the database. For any use or redistribution of the database, or works produced from it, you must make clear to others the license of the original database. Share-Alike: If you publicly use any adapted version of this database, or works produced from an adapted database, you must also offer that adapted database under the ODbL., The objective of the Capsultek project is to scale-up the electrospraying assisted by pressurized gas (EAPG) technology for microencapsulation and drying of thermolabile active ingredients to subsequently validate it, reaching a production capacity of 10 tons/year in our facilities in Spain. Bearing in mind the aim of the project, the information related to the Data Management Plan (DMP), data collection registry, is provided. In relation to the data collection, the purpose was to analyze the real performance of our equipment and to improve our process for the up-scale phase. The data generated are related with temperatures, flowrates and other variables to demonstrate that we can accomplish our objectives., CAPSULTEK has received funding from the European Union ́s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement Nº 873827, Peer reviewed

Proyecto: EC/H2020/873827
DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/274610, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14693
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PMID: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/274610, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14693
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Dataset. 2016

BODES (V.1.0) [DATASET]

  • García, Xavier
  • Julià, Jordi
Dataset acquired in 2015 and 2016. The processed datafiles (EDI format) were produced in 2016, except station B10, which was processed in 2017 The electromagnetic time series were collected: 2015, May 8 – May 29: NBPB, B01, B02, B03, B04, B05, B06, B08, B07, B09, NBPN 2015, Oct 30 – Nov 24: NBPB, B09, B04, B02, B01 (Repeated sites because problems with equipment) 2016, April 5 – May 8: B10, B11 All data were acquired along a NS profile in NE Brazil, crossing the States of Ceará, Pernambuco and Bahia. The profile is located between the towns of Pedra Branca (Ceará) in the North and Ponto Novo (Bahia) in the South, with stations installed some 60 km apart. The detailed coordinates are: B10: 4.966023 S, 39.607355 W NBPB: 5.543220 S, 39.583642 W B11: 5.993708 S, 39.510808 W B01: 6.16795 S, 39.409718 W B02: 6.641967 S, 39.340252 W B03: 7.047250 S, 39.497515 W B04: 7.575410 S, 39.674567 W B05: 8.099855 S, 39.897795 W B06: 8.632793 S, 40.224745 W B08: 9.145030 S, 40.373532 W B07: 9.615040 S, 40.383048 W B09: 10.214183 S, 40.205405 W NBPN: 10.846805 S, 40.198437 W, Objectives: The main goal was to investigate the regional setting in Eastern Borborema to study the uplift of the Araripe Basin. Another goal of the BODES experiment was to build integrated geophysical images of the Borborema Province’s crust and lithospheric mantle in order to improve our understanding of its geodynamic and tectonic evolution. Conclusions: We have interpreted the high conductivities under the Araripe Basin as an indication of shallow, enriched asthenospheric mate- rial, involving small amounts of fluids and melt. We have proposed that the emplacement of a shallow asthenosphere would have orig- inated through extension and passive upwelling at the time of basin formation, and explained its preservation through geologic time by invoking lateral asthenospheric flow from a distant source. We have proposed that the hot, buoyant asthenospheric mate- rial under the basin provided a vertical push under the Araripe Basin that helped the tectonic inversion of the basin. Additionally, the presence of this asthenospheric material under the Araripe Basin – and the correspondingly raised geotherm – might have weakened the lithospheric mantle, caused regional compressional stresses to concentrate on the brittle crust, and contribute to basin uplift. The high resistivities flanking the conductive anomaly north and south of the Araripe Basin have been interpreted as thickened lithosphere representing lithospheric material that was eroded from under the basin and attached to the flanks through a roll-down flow process. Shear zones have been mapped as conductive anomalies cross- ing the crust in the Borborema region, suggesting the presence of conductive minerals or graphite, precipitated by fluids flow and shear zone reactivation. To the south of the profile, the Riacho do Pontal fold belt is observed to be flanked by conductive structures, which have been interpreted as relict subduction material, Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico (CNPq): grant no 400743/ 2014-0 CNPq: visiting research fellowship held under the Ciência Sem Fronteiras program. CNPq: process no 304421/2015-4, B01_NBPB_nw.edi B02_NBPB_ne.edi B03_NBPB_sw.edi B04_NBPB_ne.edi B05_NBPB_ne.edi B06_NBPB_ne.edi B07_NBPB_nw.edi B08_NBPB_se.edi B09_NBPB_ne.edi B10_SW.edi NBPB_AR09_se.edi NBPN_NBPB_nw.edi, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

PHAGE PREDATION OF LACTOCOCCUS IN THE PRESENCE OF BACTERIOCINS

  • Rendueles Martínez, Claudia
  • Escobedo, Susana
  • Rodríguez González, Ana
  • Martínez Fernández, Beatriz
Bacteriophages infecting dairy starter bacteria are a leading cause of milk fermentation failure and strategies to reduce the risk of phage infection in dairy settings are demanded. Along with dairy starters, bacteriocin producers (protective cultures) or the direct addition of bacteriocins as biopreservatives may be applied in food to extend shelf-life. In this dataset, the results concerning the progress of infection of Lactococcus cremoris MG1363 by the phage sk1, in the presence of bacteriocins are reported. Our aim was to reveal putative Bacteriocin-Phage Interactions (BaPI) that could be detrimental and increase the risk of fermentation failure due to phages. To this end, growth curves were performed and the plaque size was measured when phage sk1 was combined with three bacteriocins with different mode of action: nisin, lactococcin A (LcnA) and lactococcin 972 (Lcn972), revealing a synergistic effect with Lcn972. While phage adsorption did not change in the presence of Lcn972, one-step curves confirmed an increased burst size, a likely factor behind the positive sk1-Lcn972 interaction., Grants AYUD/2021/52120 (Program of Science, Technology and Innovation 2021-2023 and FEDER EU, Principado de Asturias, Spain), BIO2017-88147-R (AEI/FEDER, UE) and PID2020-119697RB-I00 (MCIN/ AEI/10.13039/501100011033). C.R is a fellow of the program “Ayudas Severo Ochoa” of the Principality of Asturias (BP20 006)., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2021

DATA ON SPONGE SILICON STOCK AND FLUXES IN THE BAY OF BREST (FRANCE)

  • López-Acosta, María
  • Maldonado, Manuel
  • Grall, Jacques
  • Ehrhold, Axel
  • Sitjà, Cèlia
  • Galobart, Cristina
  • Pérez, Fiz F.
  • Leynaert, Aude
This Excel file includes the data and tracked calculations of the manuscript entitled "Sponge contribution to the silicon cycle of a diatom-rich shallow bay". It includes 7 spreadsheets with the following contents: - READ ME - Standing STOCK living sponges - Sponge Si consumption FLUX - Si RESERVOIR in sediments - Sponge Si FLUXES in sediments - DIATOM Si fluxes&stocks (Fig.5) - Calculations for discussion, This research was supported by: - the Spanish Ministry grants CTM2015-67221-R and MICIU: #PID2019-108627RB-I00 to Manuel Maldonado - the grant 12735 – AO2020 of the French National research program EC2CO to Jacques Grall - the ISblue project, Interdisciplinary graduate school for the blue planet (ANR-17-EURE-0015), co-funded by a grant from the French government under the program "Investissements d'Avenir", and the “Xunta de Galicia” postdoctoral grant IN606B-2019/002 to María López-Acosta., Peer reviewed

DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/275469, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14699
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