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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/280578
Dataset. 2022

DATA FROM: DIFFERENT TAXONOMIC AND FUNCTIONAL INDICES COMPLEMENT THE UNDERSTANDING OF HERB-LAYER COMMUNITY ASSEMBLY PATTERNS IN A SOUTHERN-LIMIT TEMPERATE FOREST

  • Valerio, Mercedes
  • Gazol Burgos, Antonio
  • Puy, Javier
  • Ibáñez, Ricardo
The efficient conservation of vulnerable ecosystems in the face of global change requires a complete understanding of how plant communities respond to various environmental factors. We aim to demonstrate that a combined use of different approaches, traits, and indices representing each of the taxonomic and functional characteristics of plant communities will give complementary information on the factors driving vegetation assembly patterns. We analyzed variation across an environmental gradient in taxonomic and functional composition, richness, and diversity of the herb-layer of a temperate beech-oak forest that was located in northern Spain. We measured species cover and four functional traits: leaf dry matter content (LDMC), specific leaf area (SLA), leaf size, and plant height. We found that light is the most limiting resource influencing herb-layer vegetation. Taxonomic changes in richness are followed by equivalent functional changes in the diversity of leaf size but by opposite responses in the richness of SLA. Each functional index is related to different environmental factors even within a single trait (particularly for LDMC and leaf size). To conclude, each characteristic of a plant community is influenced by different and even contrasting factors or processes. Combining different approaches, traits, and indices simultaneously will help us understand how plant communities work., Fundación Caja Navarra 10833 (Program “Tú Eliges, Tú Decides”). Universidad de Navarra, project “Biodiversity Data Analytics and Environmental Quality”. Universidad de Navarra, project “Red de Observatorios de la Biodiversidad de Navarra (ROBIN)”. Departamento de Educación, Gobierno de Navarra, Ayudas predoctorales para la realización de programas de doctorado de interés para Navarra; Plan de Formación y de I + D 2018 Ministerio Español de Ciencia e Innovación. Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, PIE-20223AT003. EU “NextGenerationEU/PRTR”., Peer reviewed


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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/280590
Dataset. 2022

DATA FROM: PIGMENT MOLECULAR COMPOSITION REVEALS SIGNIFICANT INFORMATION FOR VISUAL COMMUNICATION

  • Galván, Ismael
1. Melanins are the most common pigments in vertebrates and, as such, fufill multiple adaptive functions, including honest signaling. This is the case of male pied flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca, whose dorsal plumage, composed of black and grey feathers pigmented by eumelanin, is sexually selected by females regarding the proportion of black. 2. However, the basis of such mating preferences and other associations with life-history traits are unknown. 3. Here I take advantage of recent advances in Raman spectroscopy analysis to investigate the monomeric composition of eumelanin, constituted by 5,6-dihydroxyindole (DHI) and 5,6-dihydroxyindole-2-carboxylic acid (DHICA) subunits, in male pied flycatchers. 4. I found that plumage blackness (percentage of dorsal black feathers) increases with the DHICA:DHI ratio of the constituent black freathers, but not with that of grey feathers. The repeatability of DHICA:DHI measurements in black feathers is two times that in grey feathers. 5. Eumelanin chemistry may thus constitute the basis of signal honesty in pied flycatchers, as females preferentially mate with males with higher relative DHICA feather contents and this may be related to the lower pro-oxidant effect of DHICA. Given the the ubiquitous nature of melanin-based pigmentation phenotypes, the monomeric composition of eumelanin should therefore be considered, instead of eumelanin as a whole, for a better understanding of how and why phenotypes are linked to life-history traits in animals., Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Award: 202030I023., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/280600
Dataset. 2021

DATA FROM: SELECTION FOR FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE IN THE EVOLUTION OF CUTICLE HARDENING MECHANISMS IN INSECTS

  • Laiolo, Paola
  • Pato Fernández, Joaquina
  • Illera Cobo, Juan Carlos
  • Obeso Suárez, José Ramón
[Methods] We measured Zinc content and strengths of grasshopper mandibles, by means of scanning electron microscope and calibrated multifocus pictures. We used biological and ecological information obtained from field and experimental data on the grasshopper species inhabiting the Cantabrian Mountains (NW Spain). [Usage Notes] The different datasets of the study can be found in separate sheets. An informative title on sheet content has been given to each sheet. In tables, column names refer to the variable measured (and the unit of measurement)., Calcified tissues have repeatedly evolved in many animal lineages and show a tremendous diversity of forms and functions. The cuticle of many insects is enriched with elements other than Calcium, a strategy of hardening that is taxonomically widespread but apparently poorly variable among clades. Here, we investigate the evolutionary potential of the enrichment with metals in insect cuticle at different biological levels. We combined experimental evidence of Zinc content variation in the mandibles of a target species (Chorthippus cazurroi) with phylogenetic comparative analyses among grasshopper species. We found that mandibular Zinc content was repeatable among related individuals and was associated with an indicator of fitness, so there was potential for adaptive variation. Among species, Zinc enrichment evolved as a consequence of environmental and dietary influences on the physical function of the jaw (cutting and chewing), suggesting a role of natural selection in environmental fit. However, there were also important within and transgenerational environmental sources of similarity among individuals. These environmental influences, along with the tight relationship with biomechanics, may limit the potential for diversification of this hardening mechanism. This work provides novel insights into the diversification of biological structures and the link between evolutionary capacity and intra and interspecific variation., Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, Award: CGL2017-85191-P/AEI/FEDER.UE. Gobierno del Principado de Asturias, Award: IDI/2018/000151. British Ecological Society, Award: 4278. FYCIT Asturias., Peer reviewed

DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/280600
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/280602
Dataset. 2021

ASSESSING IMPACTS OF SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL DIVERSITY ON RESILIENCE IN A WETLAND COUPLED HUMAN AND NATURAL SYSTEM: DATA RELEASE

  • Van Schmidt, Nathan D.
  • Oviedo, José L.
  • Hruska, Tracy
  • Huntsinger, Lynn
  • Kovach, Tony
  • Kilpatrick, A. Marm
  • Miller, Norman L.
  • Beissinger, Steven R.
[Methods] We mapped all emergent wetlands > 5×5 m within our study area—California’s Sierra Nevada foothills EPA zone III eco-region in Yuba, Nevada, and southern Butte countieso of California. Mapping was done by manually interpreting summer 2013 GeoEye-1 0.4 m imagery in Google Earth 7.1.5. Areas covered by hydrophytes (Typha spp., Scirpus spp., Juncus effusus, Leersia oryzoides, or various sedges) were considered wetland. We included hydrophytes that appeared seasonally dried; if green vegetation was present along the wetland-upland transition zone, we buffered 5 m into it. Open water and rice were excluded. If imagery was ambiguous, we used Google Earth imagery from adjacent years to help distinguish if a wetland was present. Each wetland’s geomorphology was classified as slope (shallow hillside flow), pond fringe, fluvial, rice fringe, irrigation ditch, or waterfowl impoundment. We combined historic imagery and field data to determine the water sources. We surveyed 237 wetlands for occupancy of Black Rails up to three times each summer from 2012–2016 using established broadcast survey methods (for details see Richmond et al. 2010). To assess the effects of water source on wetland hydrology, we resurveyed wetlands for 14 periods: in the early wet season (January 8–27), late wet season (March 22–25), early dry season (May 17–June 20), and late dry season (July 15–August 15) from summer 2013–2016. At each visit we walked throughout the wetland with a map of aerial imagery and recorded the percent wetness (areal percent of wetland saturated with water). We trapped mosquitoes at 63 wetlands from June–October, 2012–2014 (4710 trap/nights) and estimated WNV prevalence (probability of a mosquito testing positive for WNV) with genetic testing. We estimated WNV transmission risk at each wetland as the mean abundance of WNV-infected Culex spp. (the main WNV vectors) per trap/night. [Usage Notes] Note that wetland data is not a comprehensive list of all wetlands in the region. Missing values for black rail occupancy in some years or visits within years are delineated with, Theory posits that resilience of ecosystems increases when there is a diversity of agents (e.g., species) and linkages between them. If ecosystems are conceptualized as components of “coupled human and natural systems”, then a corollary would be that novel types of human-induced diversity may also foster resilience. We explored this hypothesis by studying how socially created diversity mediated the impact of a historically severe drought on a network of wetlands in the foothills of the California Sierra Nevada containing a metapopulation of the threatened California Black Rail (Laterallus jamaicensis coturniculus). We examined how (1) diversity in motivations for land ownership affected use of irrigation water and response to drought, (2) differences in natural and irrigated water sources affected wetland drying in response to drought, and (3) these processes affected the persistence of rails and the transmission risk of West Nile virus, an emerging infectious disease that threatens people and rails. Wetlands were mostly fed by inefficiencies and leaks from the irrigation system. Wetlands with both natural and irrigated water sources were larger, wetter, and likelier to persist through drought because these two sources showed response diversity by drying at different times. Wetlands with diverse water sources also provided the best habitat for the California Black Rail, and irrigation appeared responsible for its persistence through the drought. Irrigation increased WNV transmission risk by increasing the quantity, but not the quality, of wetland habitats for mosquitoes. The impacts of social diversity were more ambiguous, with redundancy prevalent. However, profit-motivated landowners provided wetlands more irrigation during non-drought conditions, while other landowner types were more likely to continue providing irrigation during drought. This dataset provides the wetland, California Black Rail, and West Nile virus data that support the findings of this study. Partial social and geospatial data are available by emailing the first author upon request, excluding some information that would make respondents identifiable., Sierra Foothills Audubon Society. National Science Foundation, Award: CNH-1115069. National Science Foundation, Award: DEB-1051342. Spanish Ministry of Culture and Education’s Salvador de Madariaga Program, Award: PRX16/00452., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/280680
Dataset. 2022

GEOPHYSICAL-PETROLOGICAL MODEL FOR BIDIRECTIONAL MANTLE DELAMINATION OF THE ADRIA MICROPLATE BENEATH THE NORTHERN APENNINES AND DINARIDES OROGENIC SYSTEMS

  • Zhang, Wentao
  • Jimenez-Munt, Ivone
  • Torné, Montserrat
  • Vergés, Jaume
  • Bravo-Gutiérrez, Estefanía
  • Negredo, Ana M.
  • Carminati, Eugenio
  • García-Castellanos, Daniel
  • Fernández, Manel
The software used is LitMod2D_2.0 and can be downloaded from: https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/9063 or GitHub https://github.com/ajay6763/LitMod2D_2.0_package_dist_users All methodological information can be found on the publication., GeoCAM (ref. PGC2018-095154-B-I00), - BestfitModel.zip: The files for best fitting model. It can be loaded by LitMod2D_2.0. - BestfitModel_No_mantle_anomalies.zip: The files for best fitting model without mantle anomalies. It can be loaded by LitMod2D_2.0. - Readme.txt., Peer reviewed

DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/280680, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14759
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Dataset. 2022

SELECTIVE COIMMOBILIZATION OF HIS-TAGGED ENZYMES ON YTTRIUM-STABILIZED ZIRCONIA-BASED MEMBRANES FOR CONTINUOUS ASYMMETRIC BIOREDUCTIONS

  • Andrés-Sanz, Daniel
  • Diamanti, Eleftheria
  • Di Silvo, Desirè
  • Gurauskis, J.
  • López-Gallego, Fernando
Scalability, process control, and modularity are some of the advantages that make flow biocatalysis a key-enabling technology for green and sustainable chemistry. In this context, rigid porous solid membranes hold the promise to expand the toolbox of flow biocatalysis due to their chemical stability and inertness. Yttrium-stabilized zirconia (YSZ) fulfills these properties; however, it has been scarcely exploited as a carrier for enzymes. Here, we discovered an unprecedented interaction between YSZ materials and His-tagged enzymes that enables the fabrication of multifunctional biocatalytic membranes for bioredox cascades. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy suggests that enzyme immobilization is driven by coordination interactions between the imidazole groups of His-tags and both Zr and Y atoms. As model enzymes, we coimmobilized in-flow a thermophilic hydroxybutyryl-CoA dehydrogenase (TtHBDH-His) and a formate dehydrogenase (His-CbFDH) for the continuous asymmetric reduction of ethyl acetoacetate with in situ redox cofactor recycling. Fluorescence confocal microscopy deciphered the spatial organization of the two coimmobilized enzymes, pointing out the importance of the coimmobilization sequence. Finally, the coimmobilized system succeeded in situ, recycling the redox cofactor, maintaining the specific productivity using only 0.05 mM NADH, and accumulating a total enzyme turnover number of 4000 in 24 h. This work presents YSZ materials as ready-to-use carriers for the site-directed enzyme in-flow immobilization and the application of the resulting heterogeneous biocatalysts for continuous biomanufacturing., Peer reviewed

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/280702, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14760
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/280761
Dataset. 2022

DATA OF MANUSCRIPT PROTEOME CHANGES OF TIGER NUT “HORCHATA” DRINK INDUCED BY DYNAMIC HIGH PRESSURE HOMOGENIZATION PROCESSING

  • Navarro, Jose L.
  • Alegre Castro, Daniel
  • Sentandreu, Miguel Ángel
  • Rodrigo, Dolores
  • Sentandreu, Enrique
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., Project RTI2018-096162-R-C22 funded by the Spanish Agencia Estatal de Investigación, Peer reviewed

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/280761, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14761
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/280770
Dataset. 2022

DATASET FOR THE PAPER "CRESPO-IBÁÑEZ, ANA; PÉREZ, GLORIA ; JIMÉNEZ, JOSÉ A.; LLORENTE, IRENE; MARTÍNEZ-RAMÍREZ, S.; CANO DÍAZ, EMILIO; DÍAZ, IVÁN. 2022 . EVOLUTION AND EVALUATION OF AESTHETIC PROPERTIES IN WEATHERING STEEL ACCELERATED PATINAS: THE ROLE OF LEPIDOCROCITE. METALS 12(6): 977"

  • Crespo Ibáñez, Ana
  • Pérez, Gloria
  • Jiménez, José A.
  • Llorente, Irene
  • Martínez-Ramírez, S.
  • Cano Díaz, Emilio
  • Díaz, Iván
This research was funded by Agencia Estatal de Investigación, grant number BES-2015- 071472; Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad, project CREMEL II (HAR2014-54893-R); and by Comunidad de Madrid and European Structural and Investment Funds, project TOP-HERITAGE CM (S2018/NMT-4372), Peer reviewed

DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/280770, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14762
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/280800
Dataset. 2022

DATA OF MANUSCRIPT ADAPTATION OF SACCHAROMYCES SPECIES TO HIGH-IRON CONDITIONS

  • Sorribes Dauden, Raquel
  • Jordá, Tania
  • Peris, David
  • Martínez Pastor, M.Teresa
  • Puig, Sergi
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., Abstract: Iron is an indispensable element that participates as an essential cofactor in multiple biological processes. However, when present in excess, iron can engage in redox reactions that generaten reactive oxygen species that damage cells at multiple levels. In this report, we have characterized the response of budding yeast species from the Saccharomyces genus to elevated environmental iron concentrations. We have observed that S. cerevisiae strains are more resistant to high-iron concentra tions than Saccharomyces non-cerevisiae species. Liquid growth assays showed that species evolu tively closer to S. cerevisiae, such as S. paradoxus, S. jurei, S. mikatae, and S. arboricola were more resistant to high iron levels than the more distant species S. eubayanus and S. uvarum. Remarkably, S. kudriavzevii strains were especially iron sensitive. Growth assays in solid media suggested that S. cerevisiae and S. paradoxus were more resistant to the oxidative stress caused by elevated iron concentrations. When comparing iron accumulation and sensitivity, different patterns were observed. As previously described for S. cerevisiae, S. uvarum and particular strains of S. kudriavzevii and S. paradoxus became more sensitive to iron while accumulating more intracellular iron levels. However, no remarkable changes in intracellular iron accumulation were observed for the rest of the species. Consistent with the activation of iron detoxification systems, an increased expression of the vacuolar iron transporter CCC1 was observed for iron-sensitive strains with high endogenous iron levels. These results indicate that different mechanisms of response to elevated iron concentrations exit in the different species of the genus Saccharomyces., This research was supported by grants BIO2017-87828-C2-1-P, PID2020-116940RB-I00, and RED2018-102467-T funded by MCIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033 and, in the case of BIO2017-87828-C2-1-P, by ERDF A way of making Europe, to S.P. Some computations were performed on Tirant III of the Spanish Supercomputing Network (‘‘Servei d’Informàtica de la Universitat de València”) under the project BCV-2021-1-0001 granted to D.P., while others were performed on resources provided by UNINETT Sigma2 - the National Infrastructure for High Performance Computing and Data Storage in Norway, project NN8029K. This work has also been supported by a predoctoral fellowship ACIF/2018/077 to R.S-D. and a predoctoral fellowship ACIF/2019/214 to T.J., both funded by “Generalitat Valenciana” and European Social Fund (ESF). D.P. is a researcher funded by the Research Council of Norway (RCN) grant Nos. RCN 324253 and Distinguished Researcher funded by the “Generalitat Valenciana” plan GenT grant No. CIDEGENT/2021/039, Peer reviewed

DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/280800, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14763
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/280814
Dataset. 2022

STEMS AND ROOTS GROWTH AND RESILIENCE INDEX OF JUNIPERUS THURIFERA L. IN TWO STAGES OF FOREST EXPANSION GRADIENT

  • Acuña-Míguez, Belén
  • Olano, J. M.
  • Valladares Ros, Fernando
  • García-Hidalgo, M.
  • Bravo-Oviedo, Andrés
These datasets correspond to the manuscript "Increased recovery in coarse-root secondary growth improves resilience to drought in transition forests", published in Journal of Ecology. More detailed information about data collection and characteristics can be found in this manuscript, This study was supported by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (MINECO) grant: COMEDIAS (CGL2017-83170-R), FPI fellowship to BAM (PRE2018-083584), and Comunidad de Madrid grant: REMEDINAL TE (Ref. TE-CM. S2018/EMT-4338, 2019–2023-Comunidad de Madrid)., Peer reviewed

DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/280814, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/14764
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