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Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION OF THE ARTICLE POLLINATOR RICHNESS, POLLINATION NETWORKS, AND DIET ADJUSTMENT ALONG LOCAL AND LANDSCAPE GRADIENTS OF RESOURCE DIVERSITY

  • Gómez-Martínez, Carmelo
  • González-Estévez, Miguel A.
  • Cursach, Joana
  • Lázaro, Amparo
16 pages. -- Table S1. Study sites, their coordinates, diversity at the local (flower richness) and landscape (landscape heterogeneity) scales. -- Table S2. Sampling completeness for pollinator and plant species and their interactions at each study site. -- Table S3. Pollinator community at each study site. -- Table S4. Wild pollinator richness by guild at each study site. -- Table S5. Results of the GLM showing the relationships between flower richness and landscape heterogeneity and wild pollinator network metrics. -- Table S6. Correlations among the study network metrics and other metrics typically calculated in literature. -- Table S7. Functional traits of the plant species in the study sites. -- Table S8. Pollinator species included in the analyses of the breadth. -- Table S9. Akaike Information Criterion corrected for minimum sample sizes (AICc, Calcagno & de Mazancourt 2010) for best (italics) and alternative model ( ΔAIC < 2) of wild pollinator abundance. -- Table S10. Significance of network level metrics. -- Table S11. Results of the model showing the relationships between flower richness and landscape heterogeneity and wild pollinator richness by guild, with hoverflies and bee flies as separated groups from the rest of the flies. -- Fig. S1 Correlations among (A) the overall proportion of actively selected interactions (per study site) and raw values and z scores of functional complementarity; and (B) specialization (d’) of each pollinator guild per study site and the proportion of actively selected interactions. -- Fig. S2 Scatter plots for the relationships between landscape heterogeneity (landscape diversity) at different scales and flower richness (local diversity) or honeybee abundance. -- Fig. S3 Effect of local flower richness on wild pollinator richness by guild, with hoverflies and bee flies separated from the rest of the flies., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS FOR AN EXPLORATORY CRITICAL REVIEW ON TNF-Α AS A POTENTIAL INFLAMMATORY BIOMARKER RESPONSIVE TO DIETARY INTERVENTION WITH BIOACTIVE FOODS AND DERIVED PRODUCTS

  • Quarta, Stefano
  • Massaro, Marika
  • Carluccio, Maria Annunziata
  • Calabriso, Nadia
  • Bravo, Laura
  • Sarriá, Beatriz
  • García-Conesa, María Teresa
Table S1. Reported differences in the circulatory levels of TNF-α between lean, overweight and obese individuals; Table S2. Reported changes in the circulatory levels of human TNF-α following dietary intervention with PUFAs-containing foods and products; Table S3. Reported changes in the circulatory levels of human TNF-α following dietary intervention with VitD supplements; Table S4. Reported changes in the circulatory levels of human TNF-α following dietary intervention with products containing mixed bioactive (micro)nutrients; Table S5. Reported changes in the circulatory levels of human TNF-α following dietary intervention with different products containing (poly)phenols and other phytochemicals; Table S6. Reported changes in the circulatory levels of human TNF-α following dietary intervention with foods rich in mixed bioactive phytochemicals, Table S7. Circulating levels of TNF-α across different genotypes for various SNPs located within the regulatory region of the TNFα gene; Table S8. Circulating levels of TNF-α across different genotypes for different SNPs located in various genes related to obesity, inflammatory and metabolic disorders; Table S9. Reported changes on the circulatory levels of human TNF-α following intervention with specific drugs in relation with obesity treatment., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

DATA FROM THE AGMIP-WHEAT HIGH-YIELDING TRAITS EXPERIMENT FOR MODELING POTENTIAL PRODUCTION OF WHEAT: FIELD EXPERIMENTS AND MULTI-MODEL SIMULATIONS

  • Guarín, José Rafael
  • Martre, Pierre
  • Ewert, Frank
  • Webber, Heidi
  • Dueri, Sibylle
  • Calderini, Daniel;
  • Reynolds, Matthew
  • Molero, Gemma
  • Miralles, Daniel
  • Garcia, Guillermo
  • Slafer, Gustavo
  • Giunta, Francesco
  • Pequeño, Diego N. L.
  • Stella, Tommaso
  • Ahmed, Mukhtar
  • Alderman, Phillip
  • Basso, Bruno
  • Berger, Andres G.
  • Bindi, Marco
  • Bracho-Mujica, Gennady
  • Cammarano, Davide
  • Chen, Yi
  • Dumont, Benjamin
  • Rezaei, Ehsan Eyshi
  • Fereres Castiel, Elías
  • Ferrise, Roberto
  • Gaiser, Thomas
  • Gao, Yujing
  • García Vila, Margarita
  • Gayler, Sebastian
  • Hochman, Zvi
  • Hoogenboom, Gerrit
  • Hunt, Leslie A.
  • Kersebaum, Kurt C.
  • Nendel, Claas
  • Olesen, Jørgen E.
  • Palosuo, Taru
  • Priesack, Eckart
  • Pullens, Johannes W.M.
  • Rodríguez, Alfredo
  • Rötter, Reimund P.
  • Ruiz Ramos, Margarita
  • Semenov, Mikhail A.
  • Senapati, Nimai
  • Siebert, Stefan
  • Srivastava, Amit Kumar
  • Stöckle, Claudio
  • Supit, Iwan
  • Tao, Fulu
  • Thorburn, Peter
  • Wang, Enli
  • Weber, Tobias Karl David
  • Xiao, Liujun
  • Zhang, Zhao
  • Zhao, Chuang
  • Zhao, Ji
  • Zhao, Zhigan
  • Zhao, Zhigan
  • Asseng, Senthold
Users may not request access to files., The dataset reported here was created to analyze the value of physiological traits identified by the International Wheat Yield Partnership (IWYP) to improve wheat potential in high-yielding environments. This dataset consists of 11 growing seasons at three high-yielding locations in Buenos Aires (Argentina), Ciudad Obregon (Mexico), and Valdivia (Chile) with the spring wheat cultivar Bacanora and a high-yielding genotype selected from a doubled haploid (DH) population developed from the cross between the Bacanora and Weebil cultivars from the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT). This dataset was used in the Agricultural Model Intercomparison and Improvement Project (AgMIP) Wheat Phase 4 to evaluate crop model performance when simulating high-yielding physiological traits and to determine the potential production of wheat using an ensemble of 29 wheat crop models. The field trials were managed for non-stress conditions with full irrigation, fertilizer application, and without biotic stress. Data include local daily weather, soil characteristics and initial soil conditions, cultivar information, and crop measurements (anthesis and maturity dates, total above-ground biomass, final grain yield, yield components, and photosynthetically active radiation interception). Simulations include both daily in-season and end-of-season results for 25 crop variables simulated by 29 wheat crop models. The R code and formatted data used for the statistical analyses are included. (2022-02-11)., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

DATASHEET_1_USING ARGO FLOATS TO CHARACTERIZE ALTIMETRY PRODUCTS: A STUDY OF EDDY-INDUCED SUBSURFACE OXYGEN ANOMALIES IN THE BLACK SEA.PDF

  • Capet, Arthur
  • Taburet, Guillaume
  • Mason, Evan
  • Pujol, Isabelle
  • Grégoire, Marilaure
  • Rio, Marie Hélène
1 page. -- 1 figure. -- Figure S1 illustrates the extraction of anomaly values out of BGC-Argo profile data, following the procedure described in Sect. 2.4 of the main manuscript., The identification of mesoscale eddies from remote sensing altimetry is often used as a first step for downstream analyses of surface or subsurface auxiliary data sets, in a so-called composite analysis framework. This framework aims at characterizing the mean perturbations induced by eddies on oceanic variables, by merging the local anomalies of multiple data instances according to their relative position to eddies. Here, we evaluate different altimetry data sets derived for the Black Sea and compare their adequacy to characterize subsurface oxygen and salinity signatures induced by cyclonic and anticyclonic eddies. In particular, we propose that the theoretical consistency and estimated error of the reconstructed mean anomaly may serve to qualify the accuracy of gridded altimetry products and that BGC-Argo data provide a strong asset in that regard. The most recent of these data sets, prepared with a coastal concern in the frame of the ESA EO4SIBS project, provides statistics of eddy properties that, in comparison with earlier products, are closer to model simulations, in particular for coastal anticyclones. More importantly, the subsurface signature of eddies reconstructed from BGC-Argo floats data is more consistent when the EO4SIBS data set is used to relocate the profiles into an eddy-centric coordinate system. Besides, we reveal intense subsurface oxygen anomalies which stress the importance of mesoscale contribution to Black Sea oxygen dynamics and support the hypothesis that this contribution extends beyond transport and involves net biogeochemical processes., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL: FORMATION, CHARACTERIZATION, AND OCCURRENCE OF Β-CARBOLINE ALKALOIDS DERIVED FROM Α-DICARBONYL COMPOUNDS AND L -TRYPTOPHAN

  • Herraiz Tomico, Tomás
  • Peña, Adriana
  • Mateo, Haroll
  • Herraiz Carasa, Marta
  • Salgado, Antonio
Tables with signals and NMR spectra of compounds and the supplementary figures mentioned in the Results section., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

GENOMIC REGIONS ASSOCIATED WITH HERBICIDE TOLERANCE IN A WORLDWIDE FABA BEAN (VICIA FABA L.) COLLECTION [DATASET]

  • Abou-Khater, Lynn
  • Maalouf, Fouad
  • Jighly, Abdulqader
  • Alsamman, Alsamman M.
  • Rubiales, Diego
  • Rispail, Nicolas
  • Hu, Jinguo
  • Ma, Yu
  • Balech, Rind
  • Hamwieh, Aladdin
  • Baum, Michael
  • Kumar, Shiv
Supplementary Table S1. SNP-trait associations revealed by the ST-GWAS analysis. Underscored SNPs represents the highly significant associations, while SNPs in italic represents the SNPs associated with multiple traits. Supplementary Table S2. Gene annotation information of some of the highly significant NPSs-traits associations. Supplementary Table S3. Details of the traits recorded at each experiment; traits are coded as the environment, followed by the trait, the treatment and “RI” if the number describe a reduction index. Supplementary Table S4. Description of the damages observed in the treated plants for each herbicide damage score (HDS)., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

DATA_SHEET_1_INTEGRATING PHENOTYPIC AND GENE EXPRESSION LINKAGE MAPPING TO DISSECT RUST RESISTANCE IN CHICKLING PEA.XLSX

  • Santos, Carmen
  • Martins, Davide Coelho
  • González-Bernal, María José
  • Rubiales, Diego
  • Vaz Patto, María Carlota
Supplementary Table 1: Primer sequences used for RT-qPCR analysis. Supplementary Table 2. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) for the effects of Genotype, Repetition, interaction between Genotype and Repetition. Supplementary Table 3. List of candidate genes underlying Lathyrus cicera pQTLs for rust resistance based on orthologous positions in the Pisum sativum genome., Rusts are among the most important foliar biotrophic fungal diseases in legumes. Lathyrus cicera crop can be severely damaged by Uromyces pisi, to which partial resistance has been identified. Nevertheless, the underlying genetic basis and molecular mechanisms of this resistance are poorly understood in L. cicera. To prioritise the causative variants controlling partial resistance to rust in L. cicera, a recombinant inbred line (RIL) population, segregating for response to this pathogen, was used to combine the detection of related phenotypic- and expression-quantitative trait loci (pQTLs and eQTLs, respectively). RILs’ U. pisi disease severity (DS) was recorded in three independent screenings at seedling (growth chamber) and in one season of exploratory screening at adult plant stage (semi-controlled field conditions). A continuous DS range was observed in both conditions and used for pQTL mapping. Different pQTLs were identified under the growth chamber and semi-controlled field conditions, indicating a distinct genetic basis depending on the plant developmental stage and/or the environment. Additionally, the expression of nine genes related to U. pisi resistance in L. cicera was quantified for each RIL individual and used for eQTL mapping. One cis-eQTL and one trans-eQTL were identified controlling the expression variation of one gene related to rust resistance – a member of glycosyl hydrolase family 17. Integrating phenotyping, gene expression and linkage mapping allowed prioritising four candidate genes relevant for disease-resistance precision breeding involved in adaptation to biotic stress, cellular, and organelle homeostasis, and proteins directly involved in plant defence., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

IMAGE_1_INTEGRATING PHENOTYPIC AND GENE EXPRESSION LINKAGE MAPPING TO DISSECT RUST RESISTANCE IN CHICKLING PEA.TIF

  • Santos, Carmen
  • Martins, Davide Coelho
  • González-Bernal, María José
  • Rubiales, Diego
  • Vaz Patto, María Carlota
Rusts are among the most important foliar biotrophic fungal diseases in legumes. Lathyrus cicera crop can be severely damaged by Uromyces pisi, to which partial resistance has been identified. Nevertheless, the underlying genetic basis and molecular mechanisms of this resistance are poorly understood in L. cicera. To prioritise the causative variants controlling partial resistance to rust in L. cicera, a recombinant inbred line (RIL) population, segregating for response to this pathogen, was used to combine the detection of related phenotypic- and expression-quantitative trait loci (pQTLs and eQTLs, respectively). RILs’ U. pisi disease severity (DS) was recorded in three independent screenings at seedling (growth chamber) and in one season of exploratory screening at adult plant stage (semi-controlled field conditions). A continuous DS range was observed in both conditions and used for pQTL mapping. Different pQTLs were identified under the growth chamber and semi-controlled field conditions, indicating a distinct genetic basis depending on the plant developmental stage and/or the environment. Additionally, the expression of nine genes related to U. pisi resistance in L. cicera was quantified for each RIL individual and used for eQTL mapping. One cis-eQTL and one trans-eQTL were identified controlling the expression variation of one gene related to rust resistance – a member of glycosyl hydrolase family 17. Integrating phenotyping, gene expression and linkage mapping allowed prioritising four candidate genes relevant for disease-resistance precision breeding involved in adaptation to biotic stress, cellular, and organelle homeostasis, and proteins directly involved in plant defence., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

IMAGE_2_INTEGRATING PHENOTYPIC AND GENE EXPRESSION LINKAGE MAPPING TO DISSECT RUST RESISTANCE IN CHICKLING PEA.TIF

  • Santos, Carmen
  • Martins, Davide Coelho
  • González-Bernal, María José
  • Rubiales, Diego
  • Vaz Patto, María Carlota
Rusts are among the most important foliar biotrophic fungal diseases in legumes. Lathyrus cicera crop can be severely damaged by Uromyces pisi, to which partial resistance has been identified. Nevertheless, the underlying genetic basis and molecular mechanisms of this resistance are poorly understood in L. cicera. To prioritise the causative variants controlling partial resistance to rust in L. cicera, a recombinant inbred line (RIL) population, segregating for response to this pathogen, was used to combine the detection of related phenotypic- and expression-quantitative trait loci (pQTLs and eQTLs, respectively). RILs’ U. pisi disease severity (DS) was recorded in three independent screenings at seedling (growth chamber) and in one season of exploratory screening at adult plant stage (semi-controlled field conditions). A continuous DS range was observed in both conditions and used for pQTL mapping. Different pQTLs were identified under the growth chamber and semi-controlled field conditions, indicating a distinct genetic basis depending on the plant developmental stage and/or the environment. Additionally, the expression of nine genes related to U. pisi resistance in L. cicera was quantified for each RIL individual and used for eQTL mapping. One cis-eQTL and one trans-eQTL were identified controlling the expression variation of one gene related to rust resistance – a member of glycosyl hydrolase family 17. Integrating phenotyping, gene expression and linkage mapping allowed prioritising four candidate genes relevant for disease-resistance precision breeding involved in adaptation to biotic stress, cellular, and organelle homeostasis, and proteins directly involved in plant defence., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS RATIONAL DESIGN OF MXENE/ACTIVATED CARBON/POLYOXOMETALATES TRIPLE HYBRID ELECTRODES WITH ENHANCED CAPACITANCE FOR ORGANIC-ELECTROLYTE SUPERCAPACITORS

  • Zhu, Jun-Jie
  • Hemesh, Avireddy
  • Jacas Biendicho, Jordi
  • Martínez-Soria, Luis
  • Rueda-García, Daniel
  • Morante, Joan Ramón
  • Ballesteros, Belén
  • Gómez-Romero, P.
17 pages. -- File includes supplementary data: Synthesis of MXene/AC; In-situ growth MXene/TEAPW12 Delamination of MXene with TEAOH; Synthesis of MXene/TEAPW12; Preparation of activated carbon electrode for asymmetric capacitors; Charge balance of the asymmetric capacitors. -- Figures and tables., ICN2 and IREC are funded by the CERCA programme / Generalitat de Catalunya, and ICN2 is also supported by the Severo Ochoa Centres of Excellence programme, funded by the Spanish Research Agency (AEI, grant no. SEV-2017-0706)., Peer reviewed

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