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doi:10.21950/9QBM3V
Dataset.

COMPARISON OF PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL RESPONSES OF LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL TOMATO VARIETIES UNDER WATER STRESS AND REHYDRATION

  • Peco Palacios, Jesús Daniel
  • Pérez López, David
  • Centeno Muñoz, Ana
  • Moreno Valencia, Marta M.
  • Villena, Jaime
  • Moratiel Yugueros, Rubén

Water scarcity presents an increasingly urgent challenge with global implications for the production of irrigated vegetables. Among these crops, tomatoes stand out as one of the most widely cultivated. Given their vulnerability to water stress, it is crucial to ensure efficient and sustainable water management for tomato irrigation. This study aims to explore the varying capacities for drought avoidance, drought acclimation, and drought tolerance among three local and three commercial resilient tomato varieties in response to water stress and re-watering. We subjected tomato plants to either two brief periods of water stress (WE1) or one extended period of water stress (WE2), followed by rehydration, as evidenced by the measured stem water potential (Ψstem ≈ -1.6 MPa). Physiological and biochemical parameters were analyzed to understand how different tomato varieties respond to water stress. Our results did not reveal significant differences in the response to water stress among the varieties that could be attributed to their origin. Once the plants were rehydrated, they quickly regained their original values, with no statistically significant differences compared to untreated plants. An assessment of lipid peroxidation, antioxidant capacity, phenols, and flavonoids revealed that only during the second episode of water stress in WE1 plants or at the end of the prolonged water stress in WE2 plants did water stress trigger an overproduction of reactive oxygen species (ROS), which attacked membrane lipids and resulted in oxidative damage. However, after rehydration, tomato plants returned to normal values of oxidative parameters, indicating the absence of irreversible damage. Although the severe water stress did not compromise the viability of the plants, all treatments and varieties exhibited a predictable and substantial growth inhibition. In conclusion, the different tomato varieties studied displayed similar responses to water stress, primarily characterized by inhibition of gas exchange processes and heightened oxidative stress. Nonetheless, none of the plants suffered irreversible damage from this stress, as they fully recovered their normal physiological and biochemical values following re-watering. The whole work can be download at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agwat.2023.108529

Descripción del dataset

Original data for the paper, in a excel file with several sheets.

1. Metolodogía (empleada para la recogida o generación de los datos)

Data were obtained in an assay of tomato in a greenhouse.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21950/9QBM3V
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doi:10.21950/9QIXJI
Dataset.

FEDERICO-TENA WORLD TRADE HISTORICAL DATABASE : SPAIN

  • Federico, Giovanni
  • Tena Junguito, Antonio
Project developed by Giovanni Federico (Università di Pisa) and Antonio Tena Junguito (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid). This data base outlines changes in world trade from 1800 to 2016. Dataset: Spain

DOI: https://doi.org/10.21950/9QIXJI
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doi:10.21950/9QIXJI
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doi:10.21950/9SBJEM
Dataset. 1998

LOCAL GEOMAGNETIC INDEX (LDI) FOR 1998 AT DIFFERENT LOCATIONS

  • Guerrero Ortega, Antonio
  • Cid Tortuero, Consuelo
  • Saiz Villanueva, Elena
This local geomagnetic index indicates the perturbation of the geomagnetic field (horizontal component) for several locations. It is a measure of the external to the Earth irregular geomagnetic variations. It is obtained after removing a baseline and the daily regular variation from observed measurements. See also Files description.

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doi:10.21950/9SX6GY
Dataset.

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ATTITUDES TOWARDS DOPING AND BEHAVIOURAL INTENTIONS TO DOPE: THE ROLE OF ATTITUDE CERTAINTY

  • Horcajo, Javier
  • Mateos, Rafael

The present study analyzed the role of meta-cognitive certainty in one’s attitudes towards doping. Participants were spanish athletes who reported their attitudes and behavioural intentions regarding doping itself, as well as attitudes and behavioural intentions regarding a legalisation proposal. As expected, attitudes predicted intentions in both cases. Most importantly, we hypothesised and found an interaction between attitudes and attitude certainty on intentions. That is, attitudes towards doping predicted intentions to dope to a greater extent for participants with higher (vs. lower) certainty in their attitudes. Likewise, attitudes towards the legalisation proposal predicted intentions to support that proposal and to engage in the banned behaviours if legalised to a greater extent for participants with higher (vs. lower) certainty in those attitudes


DOI: https://doi.org/10.21950/9SX6GY
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doi:10.21950/9SX6GY
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doi:10.21950/9SX6GY
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doi:10.21950/9UTN9P
Dataset. 2011

CATÁLOGOS DE BARRIOS VULNERABLES DE ESPAÑA 1991, 2001 Y 2011. FICHERO. COMUNIDADES AUTÓNOMAS. 04 ILLES BALEARS

  • Rodríguez Suárez, Iván
  • Gómez Giménez, José Manuel
  • Hernández Aja, Agustín

Este dataset contiene toda la información del fichero de los Catálogos producida para las Illes Balears: los resúmenes autonómicos y los ficheros de ciudades en las que se detectaron barrios o áreas estadísticas en alguno de los años.

FICHERO DE LOS CATÁLOGOS (formato pdf)

04_ILLES BALEARS

Denominación del dataset: Catálogos de Barrios Vulnerables de España 1991, 2001 y 2011. Fichero. Comunidades Autónomas. 04 Illes Balears.

Contenido: Dataset del fichero de los Catálogos con las fichas resumen de los principales resultados autonómicos y los ficheros de las ciudades en las que se detectaron Barrios y/o Áreas Estadísticas en alguno de los años.

Formatos: pdf, zip y txt. Los ficheros de ciudades se distribuyen en dos formatos que contienen idéntica información, pero configurada de diferente manera: en un único archivo pdf con el fichero completo; y en un archivo comprimido zip con cada una de las fichas que componen el fichero en archivos independientes en formato pdf.

Archivos totales: 9 (7 pdf + 1 zip + 1 txt).

ESPECIFICACIONES DE LOS DATOS (2 archivos)

1 archivo -formato pdf- con las especificaciones de contenidos, formatos y metodología de los datos publicados en e-cienciaDatos.

1 archivo -formato txt- con las especificaciones de los datos del dataset.

00_Especificaciones datos_BBVV-BBINM.pdf

00_Readme_04 Illes Balears.txt

RESÚMENES DE COMUNIDAD AUTÓNOMA (5 archivos)

5 archivos -formato pdf- con las fichas resumen de recuento de Barrios y/o Áreas Estadísticas detectados, características básicas y población residente. Las ciudades que fueron analizadas en cada año y en las que no se detectaron Barrios o Áreas Estadísticas figuran en la ficha resumen de ciudades.

04_Illes Balears_0_BBVV BBINM_Resumen.pdf

04_Illes Balears_1_BBVV BBINM_Ciudades_Número BB y AE.pdf

04_Illes Balears_1_BBVV BBINM_Ciudades_Población BB y AE.pdf

04_Illes Balears_2_BBVV_91_01_11_Resumen.pdf

04_Illes Balears_3_BBINM_06-11_Resumen.pdf

FICHEROS DE CIUDADES (2 archivos)

1 archivo -formato pdf- con el fichero completo de ciudad en la que se detectaron Barrios y/o Áreas Estadísticas en alguno de los años en un archivo único con los datos organizados por marcadores del archivo pdf.

1 archivo -formato comprimido zip- con el fichero completo de ciudad en la que se detectaron Barrios y/o Áreas Estadísticas en alguno de los años en un archivo comprimido con todas las fichas elaboradas para la ciudad en formato pdf.

Denominación de archivos: CODMUN_DENMUN_BBVV 91-01-11_BBINM 06-11 (CODMUN: Código de municipio según INE; DENMUN: denominación del municipio según INE; BBVV: Barrios Vulnerables; BBINM: Barrios Inmigración -sólo las etiquetas de los años en los que se detectaron Barrios y/o Áreas Estadísticas-).

07040_Palma de Mallorca_BBVV 91-01-11_BBINM 06-11.pdf

07040_Palma de Mallorca_BBVV 91-01-11_BBINM 06-11.zip

El dataset forma parte de los datos abiertos de los Catálogos de Barrios Vulnerables de España 1991, 2001 y 2011. La información puesta a disposición pública es de dos tipos: las bases de datos de indicadores y los polígonos de las delimitaciones de Barrios y Áreas Estadísticas delimitados; y el fichero completo de Barrios producido para las tres ediciones de los Catálogos. Los contenidos publicados son los siguientes:

- Bases de datos: formato xlsx (13 archivos).

- Capas: formato shp (21 archivos).

- Fichero: 395 archivos que contienen las 6.299 fichas del fichero. Formato pdf (248 archivos) y formato comprimido zip (147 archivos).

- Resúmenes nacionales y por Comunidades Autónomas (101 archivos pdf).

- Ficheros de ciudades (294 archivos: 147 pdf y 147 zip).

- Documento de especificación de contenidos y datos: formato pdf (21 archivos, aunque se trata del mismo documento replicado en cada uno de los datasets).

Para esta edición se ordenado y homogeneizado toda la información que se encontraba dispersa en cada una de las ediciones, y se han producido todas las fichas resumen (estatales, autonómicas y municipales) y los listados de Barrios y Áreas Estadísticas delimitados.

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***NOTAS

Las especificaciones pormenorizadas de los datos publicados y una síntesis metodológica de los trabajos puede consultarse en el documento 00_Especificaciones datos_BBVV-BBINM.pdf que se incluye en todos los datasets distribuidos.


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e-cienciaDatos, Repositorio de Datos del Consorcio Madroño
doi:10.21950/A9PPCL
Dataset.

FEDERICO-TENA WORLD TRADE HISTORICAL DATABASE : BRITISH HONDURAS - BELIZE

  • Federico, Giovanni
  • Tena Junguito, Antonio
Project developed by Giovanni Federico (Università di Pisa) and Antonio Tena Junguito (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid). This data base outlines changes in world trade from 1800 to 2016. Dataset: British Honduras - Belize

DOI: https://doi.org/10.21950/A9PPCL
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doi:10.21950/A9PPCL
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doi:10.21950/A9PPCL
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e-cienciaDatos, Repositorio de Datos del Consorcio Madroño
doi:10.21950/ALGRAN
Dataset.

INVENTORY OF HIGH-MOUNTAIN PLANTS OF THE CHILEAN ANDES

  • Jesús López-Angulo
  • Adrián Escudero
  • Ana Sánchez
  • David Pescador
  • Maritza Mihoc
This dataset describes the high-mountain plant composition at three mountain massifs (Farellones, Maule and the NP Torres del Paine) situated over a long latitudinal gradient at the Chilean Andes. Sampling methodology, dates and coordinates are also available.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21950/ALGRAN
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doi:10.21950/AOHQSU
Dataset.

FEDERICO-TENA WORLD TRADE HISTORICAL DATABASE : SAINT VINCENT

  • Federico, Giovanni
  • Tena Junguito, Antonio
Project developed by Giovanni Federico (Università di Pisa) and Antonio Tena Junguito (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid). This data base outlines changes in world trade from 1800 to 2016. Dataset: Saint Vincent

DOI: https://doi.org/10.21950/AOHQSU
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doi:10.21950/AOHQSU
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doi:10.21950/AOHQSU
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doi:10.21950/AQ1CVX
Dataset.

WORD SIMILARITY BENCHMARKS OF RECENT WORD EMBEDDING MODELS AND ONTOLOGY-BASED SEMANTIC SIMILARITY MEASURES

  • Lastra-Díaz, Juan J.
  • Goikoetxea, Josu
  • Hadj Taieb, Mohamed Ali
  • Garcia-Serrano, Ana
  • Ben Aouicha, Mohamed
  • Agirre, Eneko
This dataset is a companion reproducibility package of the related paper submitted for publication, whose aim is to allow the exact replication of a very large experimental survey on word similarity between the families of ontology-based semantic similarity measures and word embedding models as detailed in ‘appendix-reproducible-experiments.pdf’ file. Our experiments are based on the evaluation of all methods with the HESML V1R4 semantic measures library and the recording of these experiments with Reprozip. HESML is a self-contained Java software library of semantic measures based on WordNet whose latest version, called HESML V1R4, also supports the evaluation of pre-trained word embedding files. HESML is a self-contained experimentation platform on word similarity which is especially well suited to run large experimental surveys by supporting the execution of automatic reproducible experiment files on word similarity based on a XML-based file format called (*.exp). On the other hand, ReproZip is a virtualisation tool whose aim is to warrant the exact replication of experimental results onto a different system from that originally used in their creation. Reprozip captures all the program dependencies and is able to reproduce the packaged experiments on any host platform, regardless of the hardware and software configuration used in their creation. Thus, ReproZip warrants the reproduction of the experiments introduced herein in the long-term. Finally, other very valuable feature of Reprozip is that it allows to modify the input files of any Reprozip package with the aim of evaluating a set of experiments using originally unconsidered methods, configuration parameters or datasets. This dataset contains a Reprozip package to reproduce our experiments in any supported platform, as well as all pre-trained word embedding models and word similarity datasets used in our experiments. In addition, this dataset also contains all raw output files generated by our experiments, and a R script file to generate all output processed files corresponding to the data tables in our related paper. Finally, we provide a very detailed experimental setup in the aforementioned PDF file to allow all our experiments to be reproduced exactly.

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doi:10.21950/AQLSMV
Dataset.

HESML V2R1 JAVA SOFTWARE LIBRARY OF SEMANTIC SIMILARITY MEASURES FOR THE BIOMEDICAL DOMAIN

  • Lara-Clares, Alicia
  • Lastra-Díaz, Juan J.
  • Garcia-Serrano, Ana
This dataset introduces HESML V2R1 which is the sixth release of the Half-Edge Semantic Measures Library (HESML) detailed in [24]. HESML V2R1 is a linearly scalable and efficient Java software library of ontology-based semantic similarity measures and Information Content (IC) models for ontologies like WordNet, SNOMED-CT, MeSH, GO and any other ontologies based on the OBO file format. HESML V2R1 also implements most of the sentence similarity methods in the biomedical domain together with a set of sentence pre-processing configurations, the integration of the three main biomedical NER tools, Metamap [3], MetamapLite [7] and cTAKES [31]. HESML V2R1 implements most ontology-based semantic similarity measures and Information Content (IC) models reported in the literature, as well as the evaluation of three pre-trained word embedding models for the general domain and 33 pre-trained embeddings and language models. It also provides a XML-based input file format in order to specify the execution of reproducible word/concept similarity experiments based on WordNet, SNOMED-CT, MeSH, or GO without software coding, and the necessary software clients to run the sentence-based experiments in the biomedical domain. HESML V2R1 introduces the following novelties: (1) the software implementation of a new package for the evaluation of sentence similarity methods; (2) the software implementation of most of the sentence similarity methods in the biomedical domain; (3) the implementation of a new package for sentence pre-processing together with a set of sentence pre-processing configurations; (4) the integration of the three main biomedical NER tools, Metamap [3], MetamapLite [7] and cTAKES [31]; (5) the software implementation of a parser based on the averaging Simple Word EMbeddings (SWEM) models introduced by Shen et al. [32] for efficiently loading and evaluating FastText-based [4] and other word embedding models; (6) the integration of Python wrappers for the evaluation of BERT [8], Universal Sentence Encoder (USE) [5] and Flair [1] models; and finally, (7) the software implementation of a new string-based sentence similarity method based on the aggregation of the Li et al. [29] similarity and Block distance [9] measures, called LiBlock, as well as eight new variants of the ontology-based methods proposed by Sogancioglu et al. [33], and a new pre-trained word embedding model based on FastText [4] and trained on the full-text of the articles in the PMC-BioC corpus [6]. HESML library is freely distributed for any non-commercial purpose under a CC By-NC-SA-4.0 license, subject to the citing of the two mains HESML papers [24] as attribution requirement.However, HESML distribution also includes other datasets, databases or data files whose use require the attribution acknowledgement by any user of HEMSL. Thus, we urge to the HESML users to fulfill with licensing terms related to other resources distributed with the library as detailed in its companion release notes., HESML V2R1 is a Java library developed with NetBeans 8 which compiles and runs in any Docker-based complaint platform., This work was partially supported by the UNED predoctoral grant started in April 2019 (BICI N7, November 19th, 2018)., Esta librerı́a estará disponible de forma permanente y perpetua.

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