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Dataset. 2022

HABITAT LOSS INCREASES SEASONAL INTERACTION REWIRING IN PLANT-POLLINATOR NETWORKS [DATASET]

  • Lázaro, Amparo
  • Gómez-Martínez, Carmelo
2 tables with 5 tabs: Rewiring_AreaNat; ComparisonToExpectedAtRandom; IntTurnover&Components_Novotny; Rewiring_H2&Nestedness; Pollinators_Ab,Spec&Rewiring., Understanding the flexibility of interactions and network rewiring (i.e. reassembly of interactions due to partner-switching) is necessary to comprehend how future anthropogenic changes will affect interspecific interactions and the functioning of communities. A higher rewiring could be expected in more disturbed landscapes because these landscapes contain fewer and more generalist species with more homogeneous traits. We sampled pollination interactions in 20 wild Olea europaea communities along a disturbance gradient to evaluate the hypothesis that the loss of natural habitats increases seasonal (within-year) interaction rewiring in plant-pollinator communities, influencing their functional structure. For this, we particularly tested whether rewiring frequency was negatively related to the extent of natural habitats surrounding the communities, whether interaction rewiring influenced the static structure of networks (nestedness, network specialization –H2’–), and whether a high generalization (low specialization –d’–) and abundance of species in communities made them more prone to rewiring. We show that habitat loss increased seasonal interaction rewiring in networks. Changes in rewiring were related to changes in the cumulative static structure of pollination networks. Nestedness decreased and network specialization (H2’) also tended to decrease as interaction rewiring increased, suggesting an indirect effect of habitat loss on the robustness of networks through their dynamics. As expected, generalist insect and plant species were more prone to rewiring. However, flower abundance had different effects on the rewiring probability of plant species depending on the extent of habitat loss, with abundant species rewiring more in disturbed communities and rewiring less in more natural communities. Likely, this is related to the context-dependent foraging behaviour of pollinators, which may switch to more abundant species if the cost of searching for trait-matching resources is high in disturbed habitats. Our work shows the role of partner-switching in generalist species to adapt to new conditions. It also highlights the importance of going beyond general network metrics to understand the underlying processes of community-level interaction assembly, and predict and anticipate the effects of anthropogenic disturbances on pollination services., Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, Award: MCIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033_ Project PRPPID2020-117863RB-I00; Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, Award: CGL2017-89254-R, Lazaro_Gomez-Martinez_DryadData.xlsx, README_Lazaro_Gomez-Martinez.xlsx, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

LC-MS AND LC-MS/MS DATASET FOR THE PAPER “CAO A, GESTEIRO N, SANTIAGO R, MALVAR RA AND BUTRÓN A (2023) MAIZE KERNEL METABOLOME INVOLVED IN RESISTANCE TO FUSARIUM EAR ROT AND FUMONISIN CONTAMINATION. FRONT. PLANT SCI. 14:1160092"

  • Cao Caamaño, Ana
  • Gesteiro Portas, Noemí
  • Santiago Carabelos, Rogelio
  • Malvar Pintos, Rosa Ana
  • Butrón Gómez, Ana María
[Description of methods used for collection/generation of data] The untargeted metabolomic analysis was conducted by ultra-high-performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC) (Ultimate3000 LC; Thermo Scientific) coupled to a quadrupole-time-of-flight mass spectrometer (QTOF-MS) equipped with an electrospray ionization source (ESI) (Bruker Compact; Bruker Daltonics). Samples (5 μl injection volume) were separated in an Intensity Solo 2 C18 column (1.7 μm, 2.1× 100 mm; Bruker Daltonics) at 35°C. A binary solvent system consisted of 0.1% of formic acid on water (solvent A) and acetonitrile (solvent B) with a 0.4 ml/min flow rate was used with the following gradient conditions: 0 min, 3% B; 4 min, 3% B; 16 min, 25% B; 25min, 80% B; 30 min, 100% B; 32 min, 100% B; return to initial conditions at 33 min (3% B) and maintain until 36 min. The MS acquisition was performed in both negative and positive ionization modes for full scan and auto MS/MS, in a mass scan range of m/z 100-1200. Specific conditions used were: gas flow 9 L/min, nebulizer pressure 38 psi, dry gas 9 L/min, and dry temperature 220°C; capillary and end plate offset were set to 4500 and 500 V, respectively. MS/MS analysis was performed by using different collision energy ramps to cover a range from 15 to 50 eV. The instrument was calibrated externally with a solution of 1mM sodium formate/acetate in 2-propanol:water 50:50 with 0.2% formic acid directly infused to the source. A calibration solution of formate and acetate clusters was injected at the beginning of each run., The present dataset belongs to an untargeted metabolomic study proposed to uncover pathways implicated in resistance to Fusarium ear rot (FER) and fumonisin contamination in the maize kernel and to look for possible biomarkers, using maize inbreds genetically related but with contrasting levels of resistance. The dataset are LC-MS and LC-MS/MS experimental data for untargeted metabolomics of maize immature kernels extracts from eight recombinant inbred lines (RILs) with different level of resistance to FER and fumonisin accumulation at two sampling dates (3 and 10 days) after Fusarium verticillioides inoculation (dat). Spectral data were adquired in a LC-ESI-QTOF mass spectrometer (Bruker Daltonics). MS acquisition was performed in both negative and positive ionization modes for full scan and auto MS/MS, in a mass scan range of m/z 100-1200 with Bruker OTOF Control and DataAnalisys software (Bruker Daltonics). Raw data were converted to .mzML format with ProteoWizard MSConvert tool (Version: 3.0.23163-09bc765). FER and fumonisin resistant RILs are labeled as 1758, 1762, 1766, 1768; susceptible RILs are labeled as 1757, 1759, 1761, 1763. For each combination of RIL and sampling date three biological replicates were analized and can be found inside each RIL MS data .zip file. MS/MS data were obtained from a bulk of the 3 replicates for each RIL-sampling date combination and can be found in the MS/MS data .zip files. Discriminant metabolites between resistant and susceptible RILs were rather found at 10 than 3 dat. Differences for membrane lipid homeostasis, methionine metabolism, and indolacetic acid conjugation seemed highly relevant to distinguish between resistant and susceptible inbreds, confirming the polygenic nature of resistance to FER and fumonisin contamination in the maize kernels. Some specific metabolites such as the polyamine spermidine and/or the alkaloid isoquinoline seemed to be promising indirect selection traits to improve resistance to FER and reduce fumonisin accumulation., This research was funded by subsequent coordinated projects financed by MCIU/AEI/FEDER, UE (RTI2018-096776-B-C21, RTI2018-096776-B-C22, PID2021-122196OB-C21 and PID2021-122196OB-C22). We also used funds of the CSIC project 2021AEP132., BLANK_MS_Negative.zip BLANK_MS_Positive.zip RIL_1757_10d_MS_Negative.zip RIL_1757_10d_MS_Positive.zip RIL_1758_10d_MS_Negative.zip RIL_1758_10d_MS_Positive.zip RIL_1758_3d_MS_Negative.zip RIL_1758_3d_MS_Positive.zip RIL_1759_10d_MS_Negative.zip RIL_1759_10d_MS_Positive.zip RIL_1759_3d_MS_Negative.zip RIL_1759_3d_MS_Positive.zip RIL_1761_10d_MS_Negative.zip RIL_1761_10d_MS_Positive.zip RIL_1761_3d_MS_Negative.zip RIL_1761_3d_MS_Positive.zip RIL_1762_10d_MS_Negative.zip RIL_1762_10d_MS_Positive.zip RIL_1762_3d_MS_Negative.zip RIL_1762_3d_MS_Positive.zip RIL_1763_10d_MS_Negative.zip RIL_1763_10d_MS_Positive.zip RIL_1763_3d_MS_Negative.zip RIL_1763_3d_MS_Positive.zip RIL_1766_10d_MS_Negative.zip RIL_1766_10d_MS_Positive.zip RIL_1766_3d_MS_Negative.zip RIL_1766_3d_MS_Positive.zip RIL_1768_10d_MS_Negative.zip RIL_1768_10d_MS_Positive.zip RIL_1768_3d_MS_Negative.zip RIL_1768_3d_MS_Positive.zip RILs_10d_MSMS_Negative.zip RILs_10d_MSMS_Positive.zip RILs_3d_MSMS_Negative.zip RILs_3d_MSMS_Positive.zip, Peer reviewed

DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/330276
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/330279
Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION FOR HABITAT LOSS INCREASES SEASONAL INTERACTION REWIRING IN PLANT-POLLINATOR NETWORKS

  • Lázaro, Amparo
  • Gómez-Martínez, Carmelo
25 pages. -- Figure S1. Location of the 20 study sites across Mallorca island. -- Figure S2. Relationships between the percentage of natural habitats surrounding the study communities and interaction rewiring, including the transition from summer to autumn. -- Figure S3. Relationships between the percentage of natural habitats surrounding the study communities and whether rewiring occurred more or less often than this expected at random based on interaction frequencies. -- Table S1. Results of the model showing the variation in interaction rewiring across a gradient of habitat loss and along the season, including the transition from summer to autumn. -- Table S2. Total number of interactions, pollinator species, plant species, and interaction richness recorded per study site. -- Table S3. Total number of interactions, pollinator species, plant species, and interaction richness recorded per study site and sampling round. -- Table S4. Number of pollinator and plant species shared and unique (not shared) in each pair of consecutive sampling rounds at each site. -- Table S5. Estimated values of interaction rewiring for each study site and pair of sampling rounds in comparison to results of null models. -- Table S6. Results of the models showing the variation in seasonal interaction turnover and its components across a gradient of habitat loss and along the season. -- Table S7. AICc values for alternative models explaining the probability of rewiring of pollinators and plants depending on their abundance and specialization (d’) in sites with different percentage of surrounding natural habitats., Peer reviewed

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/330279
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Dataset. 2023

MAIZE KERNEL METABOLOME INVOLVED IN RESISTANCE TO FUSARIUM EAR ROT AND FUMONISIN CONTAMINATION

  • Cao Caamaño, Ana
  • Gesteiro Portas, Noemí
  • Santiago Carabelos, Rogelio
  • Malvar Pintos, Rosa Ana
  • Butrón Gómez, Ana María
This article is part of the Research Topic: Current Advances in the Metabolism of Mycotoxins in Plants., Fusarium verticillioides poses a threat to worldwide maize production due to its ability to infect maize kernel and synthesize fumonisins that can be accumulated above safety levels for humans and animals. Maize breeding has been proposed as key tool to decrease kernel contamination with fumonisins, but metabolic studies complementary to genomic approaches are necessary to disclose the complexity of maize resistance. An untargeted metabolomic study was proposed using inbreds genetically related but with contrasting levels of resistance in order to uncover pathways implicated in resistance to Fusarium ear rot (FER) and fumonisin contamination in the maize kernel and to look for possible biomarkers. Metabolite determinations were performed in kernels collected at 3 and 10 days after inoculation with F. verticillioides (dat). Discriminant metabolites between resistant and susceptible RILs were rather found at 10 than 3 dat, although metabolite differences at later stages of colonization could be driven by subtle variations at earlier stages of infection. Within this context, differences for membrane lipid homeostasis, methionine metabolism, and indolacetic acid conjugation seemed highly relevant to distinguish between resistant and susceptible inbreds, confirming the polygenic nature of resistance to FER and fumonisin contamination in the maize kernels. Nevertheless, some specific metabolites such as the polyamine spermidine and/or the alkaloid isoquinoline seemed to be promising should be explored in future studies in order to clarify if its content can be used as an indirect selection traits to improve resistance to FER and reduce fumonisin accumulation. Therefore, in vitro and in vivo experiments will be necessary to validate the inhibitory effects of these compounds on fumonisins biosynthesis Con formato: Inglés (Estados Unidos)., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/330282
Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION FOR HIGH-ORDER DYNAMIC LOCALIZATION AND TUNABLE TEMPORAL CLOAKING IN AC-ELECTRIC-FIELD DRIVEN SYNTHETIC LATTICES

  • Wang, Shulin
  • Qin, Chengzhi
  • Liu, Weiwei
  • Wang, Bing
  • Zhou, Feng
  • Ye, Han
  • Zhao, Lange
  • Dong, Jianji
  • Zhang, Xinliang
  • Longhi, Stefano
  • Lu, Peixiang
Supplementary Note 1: Derivation of band structure for the temporal lattice. Supplementary Note 2: Quasi-energy band structure and the Dunlap-Kenkre model. Supplementary Note 3: Mean-square displacements and pulse intensity evolutions of differentorder DLs. Supplementary Note 4: Explanation for enhanced localization strength of high-order DL. Supplementary Note 5: Different-order DLs at long driving period. Supplementary Note 6: Pulse intensity evolutions for various-order DLs under external noise. Supplementary Note 7: Different-order DLs under Gaussian and gamma noise. Supplementary Note 8: Tunability of cloaking window size. Supplementary Note 9: Cloak shape engineering based on ac-driving DL. Supplementary Note 10: Width comparison between DL- and BO-based cloaks., Peer reviewed

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/330282
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Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION TUNABLE CARRIER TYPE OF A SEMICONDUCTING 2D METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORK CU3(HHTP)2

  • González-Juárez, María de Lourdes
  • Morales, Carlos
  • Flege, Jan Ingo
  • Flores, Eduardo
  • Martín-González, Marisol
  • Nandhakumar, Iris
  • Bradshaw, Darren
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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL: LEARN ONE SIZE TO INFER ALL: EXPLOITING TRANSLATIONAL SYMMETRIES IN DELAY-DYNAMICAL AND SPATIO-TEMPORAL SYSTEMS USING SCALABLE NEURAL NETWORKS

  • Goldmann, Mirko
  • Mirasso, Claudio R.
  • Fischer, Ingo
  • Soriano, Miguel C.
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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/330288
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/330290
Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION TUNABLE CIRCULAR DICHROISM THROUGH ABSORPTION IN COUPLED OPTICAL MODES OF TWISTED TRISKELIA NANOSTRUCTURES

  • Rodríguez-Álvarez, Javier
  • García-Martín, Antonio
  • Fraile Rodríguez, Arantxa
  • Terradas-Batlle, Xavier
  • Labarta, Amilcar
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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/330290
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/330292
Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL: PARTITION OF TWO INTERACTING ELECTRONS BY A POTENTIAL BARRIER

  • Ryu, Sungguen
  • Sim, H.-S.
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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/330292
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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS SUSTAINABLE AND PRINTABLE NANOCELLULOSE-BASED IONOGELS AS GEL POLYMER ELECTROLYTES FOR SUPERCAPACITORS

  • González-Gil, Rosa M.
  • Borràs, Mateu
  • Chbani, Aiman
  • Abitbol, Tiffany
  • Fall, Andreas B.
  • Aulin, Christian
  • Aucher, Christophe
  • Martínez-Crespiera, Sandra
6 pages. -- Figure S1: Final aspect of the as-prepared ionogels pictures. -- Figure S2: Differencial scanning calorimetry thermogram (DSC) of the EMIMP/CNFc mixtures (99:1, 98:2, 97:3 and 96:4). Pristine CNFc and EMIMP were added for comparison purposes. -- Figure S3: Rheological results at room temperature vs. time of the EMIMP/CNFc mixtures (99:1, 98:2, 97:3 and 96:4). Pristine CNFc and EMIMP are added for comparison purposes. -- Figure S4: Current (µA) vs. time for supercapacitors with EMIMP and EMIMP/CNFc (99:1, 98:2, 97:3 and 96:4) as electrolytes for a period of 24h. -- Figure S5. The capacity variation with the cycles and for supercapacitors with EMIMP and EM-IMP/CNFc (99:1, 98:2, 97:3 and 96:4) as electrolytes. -- Figure S6: Galvanostatic charge-discharge curve of EMIMP and ionogels with different ratio of CNFc at i = 1 mA cm−2. -- Figure S7. (a) Real part of the capacitance vs Frequency and (b) Imaginary part of the capacitance versus Frequencies of EMIMP and ionogels with different ratio of CNFc. -- Table S1: Temperature decomposition for each EMIMP/CNFc mixtures (99:1, 98:2, 97:3 and 96:4) mixtures, obtained from differential scanning calorimetry thermograms (DSC). Pristine CNFc and EMIMP temperatures are also added. -- Table S2: Summary of the key performance parameters on different current density such as specific capacitance, ESR, Emax and Pmax; Table S3: Summary of the key performance parameters on different current density such as specific capacitance and ESR of EMIMP/CMC vs EMIMP/CNFc 99:1; Table S4: Summary of specific capacitance of EMIMP and ionogels with different ratio of CNFc at 10 mV s−1 and 50 mV s−1. scan rate for CV., Peer reviewed

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