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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data149
Dataset. 2022

DATA ON PARTICLE PROPERTIES, NUMERICAL AND MASS CONCENTRATIONS AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION COLLECTED DURING THE SURFING FOR SCIENCE PROJECT

  • De Haan, William P.
  • Sanchez-Vidal, Anna
From October 2020 to June 2021 the Surfing for Science project engaged volunteers to collect scientific samples on floating microplastics in nearshore waters of the NW Mediterranean Sea. The data presented here includes all data on particle counts, sizes, shapes, colors and chemical composition of the plastics found, including concentrations for each of the investigated locations. A subset of 285 particles were chemically identified to confirm the chemical identity of the particles found. Almost 25,000 plastics were identified and characterized and were mostly microplastics (< 5 mm in length). The results provide important support for trappping of microplastics in the nearshore, which is subject to seasonal variability associated to natural and anthopogenic forcing. The data presented here can be further integrated with other studies (e.g. modelling) to understand the sources, pathways and sinks of microplastics in the global ocean.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data14
Dataset. 2020

META-ANALYSIS ON THE EFFECTS OF HIGH-INTENSITY TRAINING AND A HIGH-PROTEIN DIET ON BODY COMPOSITION, MUSCLE METABOLISM AND MUSCLE STRENGTH IN OVERWEIGHT ADULTS

  • Gervilla Barbero, Sandra
  • Beltran-Garrido, José Vicente
  • Farran-Codina, Andreu
The increase in high-intensity training (HIT) guidelines and the use of hyperproteic diets (HPDs) as a treatment of excess weight in adults have generated interest in their effects on body composition, metabolic profile and muscular strength. So, the objective of this study was to determine the effects of HIT together with an HPD on the body composition, muscle metabolism and muscle strength of overweight or obese subjects. According to that, a standardized search of randomized controlled trials was carried out considering: 1) application of a HIT protocol, 2) compliance with an HPD and 3) their combined application in non-active overweight or obese subjects. Screening was then carried out by two independent researchers, following the criteria in the Cochrane handbook for systematic reviews of interventions. Data was extracted from the 8 studies selected which were systematically reviewed, and subsequent meta-analysis was performed. A statistically significant decrease in body fat (6 studies which included n=294 subjects; MD -0.56 kg; 95% CI -0.90 to -0.22 kg; p=0.001; I2 =18%; Χ2=6.08; p=0.30) and an increase in lean body mass (7 studies which included n=370 subjects; MD 0.37 kg; 95% CI 0.02 to 0.72 kg; p=0.04; I2 =55%; Χ2=13.42; p=0.04) were detected. Sensitivity analysis confirmed the significance of these results. No statistically significant changes were observed in any of the other variables studied. Despite the statistically significant decrease in body fat and increase in lean body mass, not statistically or clinically significant improvements were observed in the other variables, not even in those where favorable changes had been reported in previous studies. For obtaining more conclusive results in future meta-analysis, it will be necessary to carry out new studies with less variable and better-defined HIT and HPD protocols in order to increase comparability. These studies should control subjects’ diet conveniently, especially protein and energy intake.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data150
Dataset. 2021

ANTIOXIDANT AND ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITIES OF GINSENG EXTRACT (GE), FERULIC ACID (FA) AND FERMENTED NONI JUICE POWDER (FNJP)

  • Aguiló-Aguayo, Ingrid
  • Abadias, Maribel
Ginseng extract (GE), ferulic acid (≥ 99%) (FA), and a fermented noni juice powder (FNJP), were investigated for their antioxidant and antimicrobial activities in vitro. For antioxidant analysis, the capacity of the three extracts (GE, FA and FNJP) to inhibit polyphenol oxidase from three vegetable matrices (potato, apple or mushroom) and the peroxidation prevention of three types fats (sunflower oil, olive oil and butter) were studied (AGRIMAX_IA_EXTRACTS_AOX_PPO_IRTA_05112021; AGRIMAX_IA_EXTRACTS_AOX_PEROX_IRTA_05112021). The extracts’ antimicrobial activity was studied on thirteen bacterial strains using the disk diffusion assay and the microdilution assay (AGRIMAX_IA_GE_AM_IRTA_05112021; AGRIMAX_IA_FA_AM_IRTA_05112021; AGRIMAX_IA_FNJP_AM_IRTA_05112021; AGRIMAX_IA_EXTRACTS_AM_MIC_IRTA_05112021.). The results obtained suggest the potential of GE, FA and FNJP for its further application in food industries. The data were obtained in the microbiology laboratory of IRTA Fruitcentre (Lleida, Catalonia). These data are the result of the average of 3 replicates (± standard deviation, sd) where the antioxidant and antimicrobial effect of ginseng extract (GE), ferulic acid (FA) and FNJP are studied. The results of this research are part of the AGRIMAX H2020 project.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data151
Dataset. 2019

IMPULSE RESPONSES (IR) AND ACOUSTIC PARAMETER VALUES OBTAINED DURING THE ARCHAEOACOUSTICS FIELDWORK IN THE ROCK ART SITES OF KALBAK-TASH I, KALBAK-TASH II AND ADYR-KAN (LOWER CHUYA RIVER AREA, ALTAI, RUSSIA)

  • Álvarez Morales, Lidia
  • Díaz-Andreu, Margarita
Data collected within the framework of the ERC project "The sound of special places: exploring rock art soundscapes and the sacred" (acronym: Artsoundscapes, PI ICREA Research Professor Margarita Díaz-Andreu). The project focuses on the relationship between archaeoacoustics and rock art. The audio files are the impulse responses (IR) gathered in the Lower Chuya Valley area, in particular at the rock art sites of Kalbak-Tash I, Kalbak-Tash II and Adyr-Kan, Altai (Siberia). The tables include the acoustic data derived from those impulse responses.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data152
Dataset. 2022

DATA OF A STUDY OF SEX PHEROMONE DETECTION BY FEMALES OF THE ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH, GRAPHOLITA MOLESTA

  • Gemeno Marín, César
  • Perez-Aparicio, Alicia
  • Ammagarahalli, Byrappa
The study explores if female Grapholita molesta moths can detect its own sex pheromone. The approach involves electroantennography (EAG), single -sensillum recordings (SSR), analyzed with non-linear dose-response and hierarchical cluster analysis. The excel file contains the data, the word file contains the R code. The data are from 3 different experiments. Experiment 1 is the electroantennographic (EAG) response of male and female Grapholita molesta adults to the female sex pheromone components, Z8-12:Ac and E8-12:Ac. Experiment 2 are single-sensillum recordings (SSR) of Z- and E-ORNs from males to the major and minor sex pheromone compounds of females. The EAG and SSR were analyzed with non-linear dose-response curves. In experiment 3, male and female ORNs were challenged with two doses of the major and minor female sex pheromone compounds, a plant volatile blend and the male-produced hairpencil courtship pheromone. The results of experiment 3 were analyzed with hierarchical cluster analysis. The R code is for descriptive statistics (means, and such), predictive statistics (GLMs and such) and graphs and in addition to the code there are indications for teh different steps, plus selected output . Data for submission of research manuscript.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data154
Dataset. 2021

SEABREAM CAGES IN GREECE AND SPAIN

  • Estevez, Alicia
A case study was designed to apply the recommendations obtained in the tasks of the WP2 of MedAID H2020 project in two different sites located along the Mediterranean basin. Two fish farms in different locationswere selected in West Mediterranean-Spain and East Mediterranean-Greece. A comparison between the results of seabream ongrowing in 2 different sea sites in the Mediterranean sea was carried out during a whole production period (from June 2018 to October 2019) in semi-industrial sea cages (16 m diameter) using the best feeding practices selected from the different research tasks of WP2. In order to produce comparative data between sites the same batch of fish (provided by Galaxidi Marine Farm in June 2018) and feeds (provided by Dibaq Group when the fish reached 100 g) were used. The fish were fed 2 different feeds in the studied period of low (January-June 2019, 45/16 Protein/Lipid ratio and 22/7 FM/FO) and high (July-October 2019, 45/20 P/L, and 16/7 FM/FO) temperatures with diferent DP/DE and FM/FO ratios, using only one dose per day. The fish were harvested (420-455 g) and the results in production yield, fillet composition and sensory attributes compared

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data155
Dataset. 2022

CHILD ADVISORY GROUPS (GRUPS D'EXPERTS I EXPERTES)

  • Montserrat, Carme
  • Garcia-Molsosa, Marta
This dataset includes (1) the Child Advisory Groups’ verbatim transcription on the research tool (questionnaire), research results (children's questionnaire answers) and the model; and (2) The guide to conduct the groups. The transcription codification (quotations by code) for the 1st meetings (GE1) is also included.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data156
Dataset. 2022

MEDIEVAL SUGAR POTS FROM SICILY: ARCHAEOLOGICAL, TYPOLOGICAL AND MORPHOMETRIC DATA

  • Mentesana, Roberta Bruna
This dataset includes the archaeological, typological and morphometric data on sugar pots retrieved in Sicily from 11th-16th cent. AD contexts. These data were collected as part of the project “SPotEU: Sugar Pot manufacture in Western Europe in the medieval and post-medieval period (11th -16th centuries AD)”, funded under the Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/797242/).

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data157
Dataset. 2022

MEDIEVAL SUGAR POTS FROM SICILY: CHEMICAL DATA

  • Mentesana, Roberta Bruna
  • Buxeda i Garrigós, Jaume
  • Madrid i Fernández, Marisol
This dataset includes the chemical data obtained by wavelength Dispersive X-ray fluorescence (WDXRF) analysis on sugar pots retrieved in Sicily from 11th-16th cent. AD contexts. These data were collected as part of the project “SPotEU: Sugar Pot manufacture in Western Europe in the medieval and post-medieval period (11th -16th centuries AD)”, funded under the Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (grant agreement: 797242)., Chemical characterization was conducted by means of wavelength Dispersive X-ray fluorescence (WDXRF) analysis. The concentrations were quantified using an AxiosmAX-Advanced PANalytical spectrometer with a Rh excitation source calibrated by a suite of 56 international Geological Standards. Interferences were considered and the correction of matrix effects was done using PANanalytical Pro-Trace software for trace elements. The determined elements were: Na2O, MgO, Al2O3, SiO2, P2O5, K2O, CaO, TiO2, V, Cr, MnO, Fe2O3 (as total Fe), Co, Ni, Cu, Zn, Ga, Rb, Sr, Y, Zr, Nb, Mo, Sn, Ba, Ce, W, Pb and Th. Minor and major elements are expressed as concentrations of oxides in percentage by mass (wt %). Trace elements are conveyed as concentrations of elements in μg g-1. Samples are prepared according to a procedure explained in Madrid i Fernández, Marisol, and Alejandro G. Sinner. "Analysing technical choices: improving the archaeological classification of Late Republican Black Gloss pottery in north-eastern Hispania consumption centres." Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 11, no. 7 (2019): 3155-3186., The dataset also includes a file with a description of the charactersitics of each sample

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data158
Dataset. 2022

MEDIEVAL SUGAR POTS FROM SICILY: PETROGRAPHIC PHOTOMICROGRAPHS

  • Mentesana, Roberta Bruna
This dataset includes some of the petrographic pictures of the of sugar pots retrieved in Sicily from 11th-16th cent. AD contexts. These data were collected as part of the project “SPotEU: Sugar Pot manufacture in Western Europe in the medieval and post-medieval period (11th -16th centuries AD)”, funded under the Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/797242)., Petrographic examination was performed on 30µ-thick thin-sections prepared as standard for ceramic analysis and observed on the petrographic microscope Olympus BX43P and the picture taken with the camera Olympus SC50. The photomicrographs show the section of the pots where the mineral and rock fragments can be identified. Fabrics are described and discussed in: Mentesana R., Hein A., Madrid i Fernàndez M., Kilikoglou V., Buxeda i Garrigòs J. 2022. “Think globally, act locally: global requirements and local transformation in sugar pots manufacture in Sicily in the medieval and post-medieval periods”. Minerals. The scalebar is located in the bottom-right corner of each photomicrograph., The dataset also includes a file with a description of the charactersitics of each sample.

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