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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL COASTAL GRADIENTS OF SMALL MICROPLASTICS AND ASSOCIATED POLLUTANTS INFLUENCED BY ESTUARINE SOURCES

  • González-Ortegón, Enrique
  • Sendra, Marta
  • Sparaventi, Erica
  • Sánchez Leal, Ricardo
  • Ríos, Isaac de los
  • Baldó, Francisco
  • González-Fernández, Daniel
  • Yeste, María Pilar
13 pages. -- File includes: Supplementary Text, Supplementary Figures and tables. -- Figure SI1. Illustrations by dbRDA of the relationships between the predictors modelled and the concentration of microplastics from the DistLM analysis of all sampling stations (n = 28) (the best model, see table 1). -- Figure SI2 SEM image (left) and Optic Microscopy image (right) of two stations sampled. -- Figure SI3. FTIR spectra of microplastic collected from the Gulf of Cadiz. FTIR spectra contain a mixture of all these plastics . -- Figure SI4. Rainfall and Dam freshwater discharge in the Guadalquivir estuary: Average monthly rainfall and dam discharges between March and June from 1997 to 2018. -- Figure SI5. The currents at the near‐surface level (cm/s) superimposed with sea surface temperature (SST in the rage 17-20ºC) and chlorophyll concentration (Chl-a, in the range 0-3.2 mg / m3) for 15th June 2019. -- Table SI1. Dataset with station name, concentration of microplastic, temperature (ºC), salinity, chlorophyll a fluorescence (mg m-3), oxygen (mg L-1), longitude and latitude in June 2019 between the days 14 and 19. -- Table SI2. Test statistics for the Distance-based Linear Model (DISTLM) analyses of the marginal and sequential tests based on ‘Step-wise’ procedure and AICc criteria of the microplastics at the 28 sites sampled. -- Table SI3. Information collected about MP surveys in environmental marine environments., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

DATA_SHEET_1_LIVING INSIDE A JELLYFISH: THE SYMBIOSIS CASE STUDY OF HOST-SPECIALIZED DINOFLAGELLATES, “ZOOXANTHELLAE”, AND THE SCYPHOZOAN COTYLORHIZA TUBERCULATA.PDF

  • Enrique-Navarro, Angélica
  • Huertas, I. Emma
  • Flander-Putrle, Vesna
  • Bartual, Ana
  • Navarro, Gabriel
  • Ruiz Segura, Javier
  • Malej, Alenka
  • Prieto, Laura
2 pages. -- Supplementary Figure 1. Growth curve of cultured Symbiodiniaceae isolated from Cotylorhiza tuberculata. -- Supplementary Figure 2. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) coupled with EDS (Energy Dispersive X-Rays spectroscopy) for chemical characterization of the calcifying matrix found in Symbiodiniaceae cultures. -- Supplementary Figure 3. Symbiodiniaceae living inside the jellyfish Cotylorhiza tuberculata in their typical coccoid stage in hospite., The photosymbiosis with host-specific dinoflagellates is a widespread relationship in marine organisms. Despite the evidenced biodiversity of this kind of mutualism, most research focuses on the study of scleractinian corals, and there is a lack of knowledge about other symbiotic cnidarians such as jellyfishes. The Mediterranean jellyfish Cotylorhiza tuberculata (Rhizostomae, Scyphozoa) harbors an endosymbiotic dinoflagellate of the family Symbiodiniaceae. In this study, we examine the algae distribution within the host body as well as, the pigment content and cell density of the symbiont. Furthermore, the size, morphology and fluorescence of cultured symbionts were studied under light microscopy, Imaging Flow Cytometry (IFC), and Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM). The C:N composition and optical properties of the medusa tissue were measured to evaluate their role in the symbiosis. The medusae body was divided into two different sections to investigate the distribution of symbionts in hospite: oral arms (OA) and umbrella (UM). C:N composition of C. tuberculata was and symbiont density was significantly higher in the OA section. Mean chlorophyll a concentration of the algae was 1.33 (± 0.83) pg Chl a cell–1. The study of the pigment composition by HPLC (High Performance Liquid Chromatography), revealed the presence of 13 different pigments, being the most representative chlorophyll a, chlorophyll c2, and peridinin typical pigments of Symbiodiniaceae. Cell diameter of algae freshly isolated from the host was 8.71 ± 0.97 μm and cell growth rate was 0.52 (± 0.09) 106 cell ml–1 d–1. The presence of vegetative coccoid cells, doublet and motile mastigotes were revealed within the Symbiodiniaceae cultures. A calcifying matrix typical of Symbiodiniaceae and formed in partner with bacteria, was also observed most cultures. The umbrella tissue of the medusa absorbed at ultraviolet radiation (UVR) region, suggesting that medusae tissue protects photosymbionts from the negative effect of the high energetic UVR and attenuates the light intensity reaching algae inside the host. The presence of a dense Symbiodiniaceae population and the protection to UVR and elevated environmental irradiance provided by medusae tissue, maintain symbionts in optimal light conditions for photosynthesis and may be a reason added to explain the population success of Cotylorhiza tuberculata., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION IN SITU MONITORING OF LACTOBACILLUS PARABUCHNERI BIOFILMS VIA REAL-TIME INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY

  • Bajrami, Diellza
  • Fischer, Stephan
  • Barth, Holger
  • Sarquis, M. Agustina
  • Ladero Losada, Víctor Manuel
  • Fernández García, María
  • Sportelli, Maria Chiara
  • Cioffi, Nicola
  • Kranz, Christine
  • Mizaikoff, Boris
Peer reviewed, This PDF file includes: Supplementary notes 1-4 Supplementary discussion Supplementary Figures 1-5 Supplementary Table 1 Supplementary References

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL FOR A CONTRIBUTION TO CERATAPHIS MOLECULAR TAXONOMY AND ECOLOGY: THE COSTA RICAN CASE

  • Brenes-Cordero, Norman
  • Sandoval-Carvajal, Izayana
  • Pérez Hidalgo, Nicolás
  • Villalobos-Muller, William
  • Espadaler, Xavier
  • Montero-Astúa, Mauricio
Index of supplemental materials: Table S1. Species information and accession number for sequences retrieved from public databases included in phylogenetic analysis. Table S2. Uricase (urate oxidase) partial sequences for YLS obtained from C. brasiliensis and C. orchidearum, and four Fulgoroidea species samples in Costa Rica. Table S3. Ant species associated with colonies of Cerataphis spp. and plant host combinations observed in Costa Rica and/or reported worldwide., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

VIDEO_1_A NOVEL AUTOMATIC WATER AUTOSAMPLER OPERATED FROM UAVS FOR DETERMINING DISSOLVED TRACE ELEMENTS.MP4 [DATASET]

  • Sparaventi, Erica
  • Rodríguez-Romero, Araceli
  • Navarro, Gabriel
  • Tovar-Sánchez, Antonio
1 vídeo., Monitoring water systems under extreme conditions or in remote areas poses a risk to scientists and staff involved, and can also result in disturbances to the local flora and fauna. In order to overcome these limitations, new techniques are being developed with the aim to gain more insight into how geochemical pathways of trace elements regulate the functioning of the ocean. Here, we present the first trace metals and inorganic nutrients concentrations measured in dissolved (<0.22 µm) surface water samples collected in the Antarctic by using an Automatic Water Autosampler (AWA) system onboard an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). The AWA system has been used to chemically quantify the composition of the water masses (lake and coastal water) of Deception Island (South Shetland Islands, Antarctica), with, for example, Pb values ranging from 0.01 to 0.25 nM in seawater and 1.20 to 2.11 nM in lake water. The results demonstrate the effectiveness of the AWA system in environmental studies that require the sampling of trace metals and nutrients without sample contamination., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: PSEUDOTYPING BACTERIOPHAGE P2 TAIL FIBERS TO EXTEND THE HOST RANGE FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS

  • Cunliffe, Tabitha G.
  • Parker, Alan L.
  • Jaramillo, Alfonso
Plasmid maps and full sequences of Lit2C-PK2 and HomA-PK2; and plate images of plaque assay comparing P2 infection in ΔwaaC and BW25113 bacterial strains (−3 to −8)., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/330719
Dataset. 2023

RAW DATASET OF THE MANUSCRIPT &QUOT;PLASTICITY IN GROWTH IS GENETICALLY VARIABLE AND HIGHLY CONSERVED ACROSS SPATIAL SCALES IN A MEDITERRANEAN PINE&QUOT;

  • De la Mata, Raul
  • Zas, Rafael
Consellería do Medio Rural (Xunta de Galicia) supported the establishment of the trial network. Planting was carried out by Grupo Tragsa.Tree measurements were done by the MBG-CSIC under the project “RESILPINE” (RTI2018-094691-B-C33) funded by the Spanish Government., 1. Number of variables: 9 2. Number of cases/rows: 8400 3. Variable List: S X Y G ID B H SUR Section, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL FOR TRANSCRIPTOMIC AND METABOLOMIC INTEGRATION AS A RESOURCE IN GRAPEVINE TO STUDY FRUIT METABOLITE QUALITY TRAITS

  • Savoi, Stefania
  • Santiago, Antonio
  • Orduña, Luis
  • Matus, José Tomás
Supplementary Table 1 | List of (A) transcriptomics, (B) metabolomics, (C) proteomics, and (D) ionomics studies retrieved from the literature., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY DATA: A ROADMAP FOR THE FUNCTIONAL ANNOTATION OF PROTEIN FAMILIES: A COMMUNITY PERSPECTIVE

  • Crécy-lagard, Valérie de
  • Conesa, Ana
Sup1-Meeting-Full-agenda. Sup2-Survey1-results.xlsx Sup3-Survey2-Results.xlsx, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL FOR VARIABILITY OF A CONSISTENT TRAIT: THE SIZE OF THE WHITE WING PATCH IN EUROPEAN STONECHATS SAXICOLA RUBICOLA RUBICOLA

  • Oficialdegui, Francisco J.
  • Serrano, David
Table S1. Sex- and age-related differences in the wing patch size across the Stonechat population when all birds of known age were examined (e.g., age 0, juveniles; age 1, first-year adults; and so on). The mean, standard error (SE), degrees of freedom (df), and 95% coefficient intervals (CI) for each category are shown. Table S2. Pairwise differences in wing patch size between males and females of the same age-class, and across the age of individuals when all birds of known age were examined (e.g., age 0, juveniles; age 1, first-year adults; and so on). Note that, for the single adult male captured with an age-class of 5 years, comparisons between sexes cannot be made. For each comparison, estimate, standard error (SE), degrees of freedom (df), t-ratio and p-value adjusted by Tukey method are shown. Significant differences are in bold. Table S3. Total number of measurements obtained from the white wing patch of adult males (1) and females (2) during the study period. Only birds measured two or more times are shown. The data are grouped by plumage-year, so that they correspond to the year in which the measured plumage was moulted. For example, a bird with a "2" in 2008 was captured and measured twice between the moult of 2008 and the moult of 2009, i.e. between June 2008 and June 2009. Table S4. The three top-ranked candidate models (< 2 AICc points) resulting from the analysis performed to identify the source of variation of the wing patch size in common stonechat males. The number of identifiable parameters (K), the AICc value, the difference in AICc with respect to the highest-ranked model (ΔAICc), the maximized value of the log-likelihood function (LL), and the models with uninformative parameters (UP) are shown. Table S5. The six top-ranked models (< 2 AICc points) resulting from the analysis performed to identify the source of variation of the wing patch size in common stonechat females. The number of identifiable parameters (K), the AICc value, the difference in AICc with respect to the highest-ranked model (ΔAICc), the maximized value of the log-likelihood function (LL), and the models with uninformative parameters (UP) are shown. Table S6. Baseline and adjusted repeteabilities (R) of wing patch size in male and female stonechats. Baseline repeatabilities were calculated from models including the random effect alone (1|identity), while adjusted repeatabilites were obtained from models fitted with significant fixed effects (age, month, and year). To test the effect of intra-individual consistency within the same plumage-year, here we removed repeated measurements within the same plumage-year (only first measurement taken was kept). Figure S1. Wing plumage photos showing the white patch on a juvenile (top), a female (middle) and a male (bottom) of European Stonechat, Saxicola rubicola rubicola, from our study population. Figure S2. Individual variation in wing patch size within a plumage-year in males (top) and females (bottom). Dots represent individual wing patch measurements, while lines connect measurements from the same individual and plumage-year. Note that two different lines do not necessarily represent measurements from different individuals, if not they can have been taken in a different plumage-year. Annex I. Preliminary analyses conducted to select the effect of mean temperature of May for each sampling year (from 2006 to 2012)., Peer reviewed

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