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Dataset. 2020

TRAIT-BASED ECOLOGY TOOLS IN R

  • Götzenberger, Lars
  • de Bello, Francesco
  • Dias, Andre T. C.
  • Moretti, Marco
  • Berg, Matty
  • Carmona, Carlos P.
The R materials provided in this page include: (1) the reference manual (in either pdf or html) and (2) all the data necessary to run the examples included in the manual ("data.zip"). This data is divided into the different chapters composing the R material and the reference textbook., Functional ecology is the branch of ecology that focuses on various functions that species play in the community or ecosystem in which they occur. The present R material is accompanying the book “Handbook of trait-based ecology: from theory to R tools” (Cambridge University Press) (https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/handbook-of-traitbased-ecology/D79AC6C55CA7D3977AD297ED30A38EF0 ) which offers the main concepts and tools in trait-based ecology, and their tricks, covering different trophic levels and organism types. The book, and this accompanying R material, are designed for students, researchers and practitioners who wish to get a handy synthesis of existing concepts, tools and trends in trait-based ecology, and wish to apply it to their own field of interest. For 9 of the 12 chapters of the book, specific R material is presented here. Exercises specifically designed to be run in R, are included, along with accompanying on-line resources including solutions for exercises and R functions, and updates reflecting current developments in this fast-changing field. This R material includes different type of indices of biodiversity and the typical toolbox for a functional ecologist. Based on more than a decade of teaching experience, the authors developed and improved the way theoretical aspects and analytical tools of trait-based ecology are best explained and introduced to readers., Composing this handbook has been made possible by the support of many institutions, including the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), the University of South Bohemia (USB), the Institute of Botany of the Czech Academy of Sciences (IBOT), the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Groningen institute of Evolutionary Life Sciences, the University of Tartu (UT), the Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL) and the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ)., Ch1. General introduction.-- Ch2: trait data.-- Ch3: trait dissimilarity.-- Ch4: Multivariate) species levelresponses.-- Ch5: community weighted mean (CWM) and functional diversity (FD).-- Ch6: intraspecific trait variability.-- Ch7: null models.-- Ch8: traits and phylogeny.-- Ch9: linking traits to ecosystem functions.-- Ch10: raits and trophicinteractions, No

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/221274
Dataset. 2020

CANTARERO ET AL CYP2J19 MANIPULATION IN ZEBRA FINCHES

  • Cantarero, Alejandro
  • Andrade, Pedro
  • Carneiro, Miguel
  • Moreno-Borrallo, Adrian
  • Alonso-Álvarez, Carlos
Descriptions of each variable are included as comments on the name of the variable (first row). Readme file added., This is a dataset that allows testing the effect of a mito-targeted antioxidant (mitoTEMPO) and a thyroid hormone (T3) on the level of expression of the gene CYP2J19 in the bill tissue of male zebra finches, and also their impact on bill redness and circulating carotenoid levels., Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad, Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, Fundación Ramón Areces, Spain., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2020

NATURAL VS. TRAWLING-INDUCED WATER TURBIDITY AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT VARIABILITY WITHIN THE PALAMÓS CANYON (NW MEDITERRANEAN) [DATASET]

  • Arjona, Marta
  • Puig, Pere
  • Palanques, Albert
  • Durán, Ruth
  • White, Martin
  • Paradis Vilar, Sarah
  • Emelianov, Mikhail
Data of hydrographic properties (pressure, temperature, salinity and turbidity) collected by an autonomous hydrographic profiler deployed in the axis of the Palamós Canyon (NW Mediterranean), and near-bottom time series of turbidity and currents. Additionally, data (temperature, salinity and turbidity) collected during an hydrographic CTD transect across the Palamós Canyon's head is also provided, Increases of water turbidity and suspended sediment transport in submarine canyons have been associated with high-energy events such as storms, river floods and dense shelf water cascading (DSWC), and occasionally with bottom trawling along canyon flanks and rims. To assess the variations on the water column turbidity and sediment transport in the Palamós Canyon linked to both natural and trawling-induced processes, an autonomous hydrographic profiler, as well as a near-bottom current meter and a turbidimeter were deployed in the canyon axis (929 m depth) from February to June 2017, covering a trawling closure (February) and trawling activities (March-June). Periods of enhanced water turbidity during the trawling closure were mostly associated with storms and DSWC events, transporting turbid dense waters into the canyon. In absence of such events, the water column displayed low suspended sediment concentrations (~ 0.3 mg L− 1) until the trawling season began, when particulate matter detachments, ranging between > 1 mg L− 1 and 3.8 mg L− 1, were observed at the water depths where the trawling grounds are found. During the trawling closure, high near-bottom suspended sediment fluxes (35–44 g m− 2 s− 1) were sporadically registered at ~  920 m depth associated with a major storm and DSWC event. Smaller but more frequent increases of near-bottom suspended sediment fluxes (0.1–1.4 g m− 2 s− 1) were recorded during trawling activities. Despite these smaller trawling-induced suspended sediment fluxes, 30 days of continuous bottom trawling activity transported a total amount of 40 kg m− 2, of similar magnitude to that generated by a major DSWC event (50 kg m− 2). Since bottom trawling in Palamós Canyon is practiced on a daily basis throughout the year, a much larger contribution of anthropogenically derived water turbidity and suspended sediment transport can be expected, Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad (España) MINECO/CTM2015-65142-R, MINECO/BES-2016-076983; Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades (España): AGAUR/2017/SGR-863, AGAUR/2017/SGR-1241, No

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Dataset. 2020

ELECTROCHEMICAL EVALUATION OF CALCIUM FERRITE CA4FE9O17 AS HIGH VOLTAGE CATHODE MATERIAL FOR CALCIUM RECHARGABLE BATTERIES

  • Black, Ashley P.
  • Palacín, M. Rosa
The experimental details on the data acquisition and data treatment are available at the article with DOI 10.1039/C9DT04688G, This research was conducted under the innovation program H2020 FETOPEN-1-2016-2017 (CARBAT, grant agreement no. 766617). The objective of the CARBAT project is the development of a calcium metal rechargeable battery. Fe-based oxides have shown to be attractive as cathodes, among calcium ferrites, DFT calculations on Ca4FeO17 have predicted a calculated average voltage of 4.16 V, a theoretical specific capacity of 230 mA h g−1 and the lowest energy barrier for Ca migration so far predicted for an existing oxide (0.72 eV). This dataset contains the raw x-ray diffraction data as well as the electrochemical i-v curves collected for pristine and electrochemically oxidized samples of Ca4Fe9O17., This dataset includes the i-v curves of Ca4Fe9O17 collected in LP30 electrolyte, Ca(BF4)2 in EC:PC electrolyte and the corresponding synchrotron X-ray diffraction patterns of pristine and oxidized samples., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2020

ELECTROCHEMICAL AND STRUCTURAL EVALUATION OF TIS2 AS CATHODE MATERIAL FOR CALCIUM RECHARGABLE BATTERIES

  • Black, Ashley P.
  • Verrelli, Roberta
  • Palacín, M. Rosa
The experimental details on the data acquisition and data treatment are available at the article with DOI 10.1149/1945-7111/ab7a82, This research was conducted under the innovation program H2020 FETOPEN-1-2016-2017 (CARBAT, grant agreement no. 766617). The objective of the CARBAT project is the development of a calcium metal rechargeable battery. This work aims to establish a reliable was to evaluate cathode active material for calcium reversible intercalation and shows the potential use of TiS2 as reversible cathode material for calcium batteries at room temperature., This dataset includes the electrochemical curves corresponding to a TiS2 cell cycled in 0.3 M Ca(TFSI)2 in PC electrolyte solution and tested at C/50 rate and at 60 °C. as well as x-ray diffraction data and the corresponding rietvel refinment pcr file of the reduced electrode samples., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2020

[DATASET] TDRW MODEL DATA FOR THE LONGITUDINAL CONCENTRATION PROFILES OF THE MADE-1 AND MADE-2 EXPERIMENTS

  • Dentz, Marco
TDRW model data for the longitudinal concentration profiles of the MADE-1 and MADE-2 experiments, Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/221469
Dataset. 2020

CURATED PHAGE LYSINS COLLECTION INCLUDING IDENTIFIERS, AMINO ACID SEQUENCES, FUNCTIONAL DOMAIN PREDICTIONS, ARCHITECTURES AND PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES CALCULATIONS

  • Vázquez, Roberto
  • García, Ernesto
  • García, Pedro
Two comma-separated values (CSV) files named 'lysins_rf.csv' and 'lysins_pf.csv', the first one containing the full list of lysin entries (with GenBank/RefSeq sequence identifiers, amino acid sequences, bacterial hosts data, architectural information and sequence-based physicochemical calculations) and the second one comprising the domain sequence predictions performed on the aforementioned lysins according to PfamScan (https://www.ebi.ac.uk/Tools/pfa/pfamscan/), Collection of phage lysin sequences retrieved from previously published genomic data; collected, curated, analysed and provided as part of the work "Sequence-function relationships in phage-encoded bacterial cell wall lytic enzymes and their implications for phage-derived products design", published in Journal of Virology (2021), doi: 10.1128/JVI.00321-21., Funded by a grant from the Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad (MINECO-FEDER) (SAF2017-88664-R). Additional funding was provided by the CIBER de Enfermedades Respiratorias (CIBERES), an initiative of the Instituto de Salud Carlos III. Roberto Vázquez was the recipient of a predoctoral fellowship from CIBERES., No

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Dataset. 2020

COLOURATION OF SPOTLESS STARLING NESTLINGS SHOWS GENETIC AND ENVIRONMENTALLY DETERMINED CHARACTERISTICS WHILE BEGGING FOR FOOD [DATASET]

  • Martínez-Renau, Ester
  • Ruiz-Castellano, Cristina
  • Azcárate-García, Manuel
  • Barón, M. Dolores
  • Soler, Juan José
Data sampled in “Hoya de Guadix”, Granada, Spain, during breeding seasons (March-July) 2016 and 2019., Data file includes information about identity of each sampled starling nestling, the experiment and treatment assigned to them, biometric measurements on day 10 and day 14, and measurements of colour variables. Colour variables include colouration of eggshells (measured as Brightness and Blue-green chroma for eggs laid on the nest where each nestling was born (nest of origin), and the eggs laid on the nest where each nestling grew (nest of rearing)), and colouration of begging related traits (measured as Mean bright, Total hue, UV hue, Yellow-red hue, UV croma, Yellow-red chroma and Carotenoid chroma) for each body part (mouth, flanges and skin). The data set also includes the plasma carotenoid concentration of each sampled nestling., Ester Martínez Renau was financed by a predoctoral contract (PRE2018-085378), while the whole research group received funds from the Spanish Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovacion y Universidades, and European (FEDER) (CGL2017-83103-P)., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2020

EXPERIMENTAL DATA FILES OF MANUSCRIPT PEPTIDOMIC PIPELINE FOR BIOMARKER HUNTING OF DEFECTIVE PRE-SLAUGHTER STRESS BOVINE MEAT ASSISTED BY LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS SPECTROMETRY ANALYSIS AND CHEMOMETRICS

  • Fuente García, Claudia
  • Sentandreu, Miguel Angel
  • Oliván, Mamen
  • Aldai, Noelia
  • 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., List of experimental data:A-Preliminary MS1-potential peptide biomarkers_OFGL-CAL batchFull-MS1 analyses (mzML files) of NORMAL (n=6) and HIGH (n=6) pHu replicates (NORMAL/HIGH-RPL batch).Statistical analysis of results will lead to the obtaining of candidates further studied by SRM assays.1-HIGH 12-HIGH 23-HIGH 34-HIGH 45-HIGH 56-HIGH 67-NORMAL 18-NORMAL 29-NORMAL 310-NORMAL 411-NORMAL 512-NORMAL 6NOTE: inspection of full-MS1 mzML extension was featured by an open-source freeware MZmine 2 (http://mzmine.github.io/download.html). B-SRM_RPL BatchSRM 1 and 2 assays (RAW and mzML files) of NORMAL/HIGH-RPL batch. SRM 1-REPLICATES1-HIGH 12-HIGH 2 3-HIGH 34-HIGH 4 5-HIGH 5 6-HIGH 6 7-Normal 18-Normal 29-Normal 310-Normal 411-Normal 512-Normal 6 SRM 2-REPLICATES1-HIGH 12-HIGH 2 3-HIGH 34-HIGH 4 5-HIGH 5 6-HIGH 6 7-Normal 18-Normal 29-Normal 310-Normal 411-Normal 512-Normal 6 NOTE: inspection of SRM RAW extensions was powered by freely available ThermoScientific FreeStyle application (https://thermo.flexnetoperations.com). Inspection of SRM mzML files can be featured by other freeware solutions (i.e. Skyline, https://skyline.ms/wiki/home/software/Skyline/). C-SRM_CAL batchSRM 1 and 2 analyses (RAW and mzML files) of NORMAL/HIGH-CAL batch. SRM1-CALHIGH-CAL1-A2-B3-C4-D5-ENORMAL-CAL1-A2-B3-C4-D5-ESRM2-CALHIGH-CAL1-A2-B3-C4-D5-ENORMAL-CAL1-A2-B3-C4-D5-ENOTE: inspection of RAW and mzML SRM files was carried out as described above.END, No

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/221931
Dataset. 2020

JELLYFISH ABUNDANCE ON THE SHORES IN THE CANARY CURRENT LARGE ECOSYSTEM OVER 2009-2019 COMPILED BY ICMAN (CSIC) AND INRH

  • Prieto, Laura
  • Idrissi, Farah Hounaida
The database provides measurements of jellyfish species and abundance on the shores of the whole Canary Current Large Ecosystem conducted over 2009-2019, covering Spanish and Moroccan coasts. The dataset is provided as [space] delimitated plain text file within a compressed folder that also includes a single README file (in text format) containing a detailed description of the data structure., [General Notes] The data are provided under an Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license. However, if you use the data, so as to support the authors, please consider citing the above mentioned article where data collection and analytical techniques are given in detail. Here we only give a brief details and a guide to the contents of the data files. Data files are in UTF8 encoding, plain text format with comma used as the delimiter. All data files have column titles as the first line. One column is written for each measured parameter. Missing data are filled with NaN., [Geographical coordinates of the sampling area] coordinates.txt provides the geographical coordinates of the sampling area. ST.ID represents the code (used to link to other data tables) for each site. long and lat are longitude and latitude, respectively., The dataset is subject to a Creative Commons License Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International., This data set includes data collected from ICMAN-CSIC (Spain) and INRH (Morocco) between 2009 and 2019 that have been used to estimate the diversity, seasonality and inter-annual variability of jellyfish abundance in the Canary Current Large Ecosystem., This research was supported by projects P07-RNM-02976 (Junta de Andalucía), CTM2011-22856 (Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation) and 2019AEP203 (CSIC)., Peer reviewed

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