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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/349339
Dataset. 2023

DATASHEET4_UNDERSTANDING HOW HIGH STOCKING DENSITIES AND CONCURRENT LIMITED OXYGEN AVAILABILITY DRIVE SOCIAL COHESION AND ADAPTIVE FEATURES IN REGULATORY GROWTH, ANTIOXIDANT DEFENSE AND LIPID METABOLISM IN FARMED GILTHEAD SEA BREAM (SPARUS AURATA).PDF

  • Holhorea, Paul G.
  • Fernando Naya-Català
  • Belenguer, Álvaro
  • Calduch-Giner, Josep A.
  • Pérez-Sánchez, Jaume
The study combined the use of biometric, behavioral, physiological and external tissue damage scoring systems to better understand how high stocking densities drive schooling behavior and other adaptive features during the finishing growing phase of farmed gilthead sea bream in the Western Mediterranean. Fish were grown at three different final stocking densities (LD, 8.5 kg/m3; MD, 17 kg/m3; HD, 25 kg/m3). Water oxygen concentration varied between 5 and 6 ppm in LD fish to 3–4 ppm in HD fish with the summer rise of water temperature from 19°C to 26°C (May–July). HD fish showed a reduction of feed intake and growth rates, but they also showed a reinforced social cohesion with a well-defined endogenous swimming activity rhythm with feeding time as a main synchronization factor. The monitored decrease of the breathing/swimming activity ratio by means of the AEFishBIT data-logger also indicated a decreased energy partitioning for growth in the HD environment with a limited oxygen availability. Plasma glucose and cortisol levels increased with the rise of stocking density, and the close association of glycaemia with the expression level of antioxidant enzymes (mn-sod, gpx4, prdx5) in liver and molecular chaperones (grp170, grp75) in skeletal muscle highlighted the involvement of glucose in redox processes via rerouting in the pentose-phosphate-pathway. Other adaptive features included the depletion of oxidative metabolism that favored lipid storage rather than fatty acid oxidation to decrease the oxygen demand as last electron acceptor in the mitochondrial respiratory chain. This was coincident with the metabolic readjustment of the Gh/Igf endocrine-growth cascade that promoted the regulation of muscle growth at the local level rather than a systemic action via the liver Gh/Igf axis. Moreover, correlation analyses within HD fish displayed negative correlations of hepatic transcripts of igf1 and igf2 with the data-logger measurements of activity and respiration, whereas the opposite was found for muscle igf2, ghr1 and ghr2. This was indicative of a growth-regulatory transition that supported a proactive instead of a reactive behavior in HD fish, which was considered adaptive to preserve an active and synchronized feeding behavior with a minimized risk of oxidative stress and epidermal skin damage., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/349343
Dataset. 2023

JGONZALEZAB/XAI-METRICS-NORTH-AMERICA: V1.0.0

  • González-Abad, Jose
Code to reproduce the paper "Using Explainability to Inform Statistical Downscaling Based on Deep Learning Beyond Standard Validation Approaches"., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/349346
Dataset. 2023

IMAGE1_UNDERSTANDING HOW HIGH STOCKING DENSITIES AND CONCURRENT LIMITED OXYGEN AVAILABILITY DRIVE SOCIAL COHESION AND ADAPTIVE FEATURES IN REGULATORY GROWTH, ANTIOXIDANT DEFENSE AND LIPID METABOLISM IN FARMED GILTHEAD SEA BREAM (SPARUS AURATA).TIF

  • Holhorea, Paul G.
  • Fernando Naya-Català
  • Belenguer, Álvaro
  • Calduch-Giner, Josep A
  • Pérez-Sánchez, Jaume
The study combined the use of biometric, behavioral, physiological and external tissue damage scoring systems to better understand how high stocking densities drive schooling behavior and other adaptive features during the finishing growing phase of farmed gilthead sea bream in the Western Mediterranean. Fish were grown at three different final stocking densities (LD, 8.5 kg/m3; MD, 17 kg/m3; HD, 25 kg/m3). Water oxygen concentration varied between 5 and 6 ppm in LD fish to 3–4 ppm in HD fish with the summer rise of water temperature from 19°C to 26°C (May–July). HD fish showed a reduction of feed intake and growth rates, but they also showed a reinforced social cohesion with a well-defined endogenous swimming activity rhythm with feeding time as a main synchronization factor. The monitored decrease of the breathing/swimming activity ratio by means of the AEFishBIT data-logger also indicated a decreased energy partitioning for growth in the HD environment with a limited oxygen availability. Plasma glucose and cortisol levels increased with the rise of stocking density, and the close association of glycaemia with the expression level of antioxidant enzymes (mn-sod, gpx4, prdx5) in liver and molecular chaperones (grp170, grp75) in skeletal muscle highlighted the involvement of glucose in redox processes via rerouting in the pentose-phosphate-pathway. Other adaptive features included the depletion of oxidative metabolism that favored lipid storage rather than fatty acid oxidation to decrease the oxygen demand as last electron acceptor in the mitochondrial respiratory chain. This was coincident with the metabolic readjustment of the Gh/Igf endocrine-growth cascade that promoted the regulation of muscle growth at the local level rather than a systemic action via the liver Gh/Igf axis. Moreover, correlation analyses within HD fish displayed negative correlations of hepatic transcripts of igf1 and igf2 with the data-logger measurements of activity and respiration, whereas the opposite was found for muscle igf2, ghr1 and ghr2. This was indicative of a growth-regulatory transition that supported a proactive instead of a reactive behavior in HD fish, which was considered adaptive to preserve an active and synchronized feeding behavior with a minimized risk of oxidative stress and epidermal skin damage., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/349353
Dataset. 2023

IMAGE2_UNDERSTANDING HOW HIGH STOCKING DENSITIES AND CONCURRENT LIMITED OXYGEN AVAILABILITY DRIVE SOCIAL COHESION AND ADAPTIVE FEATURES IN REGULATORY GROWTH, ANTIOXIDANT DEFENSE AND LIPID METABOLISM IN FARMED GILTHEAD SEA BREAM (SPARUS AURATA).TIF

  • Holhorea, Paul G.
  • Fernando Naya-Català
  • Belenguer, Álvaro
  • Calduch-Giner, Josep A.
  • Pérez-Sánchez, Jaume
The study combined the use of biometric, behavioral, physiological and external tissue damage scoring systems to better understand how high stocking densities drive schooling behavior and other adaptive features during the finishing growing phase of farmed gilthead sea bream in the Western Mediterranean. Fish were grown at three different final stocking densities (LD, 8.5 kg/m3; MD, 17 kg/m3; HD, 25 kg/m3). Water oxygen concentration varied between 5 and 6 ppm in LD fish to 3–4 ppm in HD fish with the summer rise of water temperature from 19°C to 26°C (May–July). HD fish showed a reduction of feed intake and growth rates, but they also showed a reinforced social cohesion with a well-defined endogenous swimming activity rhythm with feeding time as a main synchronization factor. The monitored decrease of the breathing/swimming activity ratio by means of the AEFishBIT data-logger also indicated a decreased energy partitioning for growth in the HD environment with a limited oxygen availability. Plasma glucose and cortisol levels increased with the rise of stocking density, and the close association of glycaemia with the expression level of antioxidant enzymes (mn-sod, gpx4, prdx5) in liver and molecular chaperones (grp170, grp75) in skeletal muscle highlighted the involvement of glucose in redox processes via rerouting in the pentose-phosphate-pathway. Other adaptive features included the depletion of oxidative metabolism that favored lipid storage rather than fatty acid oxidation to decrease the oxygen demand as last electron acceptor in the mitochondrial respiratory chain. This was coincident with the metabolic readjustment of the Gh/Igf endocrine-growth cascade that promoted the regulation of muscle growth at the local level rather than a systemic action via the liver Gh/Igf axis. Moreover, correlation analyses within HD fish displayed negative correlations of hepatic transcripts of igf1 and igf2 with the data-logger measurements of activity and respiration, whereas the opposite was found for muscle igf2, ghr1 and ghr2. This was indicative of a growth-regulatory transition that supported a proactive instead of a reactive behavior in HD fish, which was considered adaptive to preserve an active and synchronized feeding behavior with a minimized risk of oxidative stress and epidermal skin damage., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/349355
Dataset. 2023

TABLE1_UNDERSTANDING HOW HIGH STOCKING DENSITIES AND CONCURRENT LIMITED OXYGEN AVAILABILITY DRIVE SOCIAL COHESION AND ADAPTIVE FEATURES IN REGULATORY GROWTH, ANTIOXIDANT DEFENSE AND LIPID METABOLISM IN FARMED GILTHEAD SEA BREAM (SPARUS AURATA).XLSX

  • Holhorea, Paul G.
  • Fernando Naya-Català
  • Belenguer, Álvaro
  • Calduch-Giner, Josep A.
  • Pérez-Sánchez, Jaume
The study combined the use of biometric, behavioral, physiological and external tissue damage scoring systems to better understand how high stocking densities drive schooling behavior and other adaptive features during the finishing growing phase of farmed gilthead sea bream in the Western Mediterranean. Fish were grown at three different final stocking densities (LD, 8.5 kg/m3; MD, 17 kg/m3; HD, 25 kg/m3). Water oxygen concentration varied between 5 and 6 ppm in LD fish to 3–4 ppm in HD fish with the summer rise of water temperature from 19°C to 26°C (May–July). HD fish showed a reduction of feed intake and growth rates, but they also showed a reinforced social cohesion with a well-defined endogenous swimming activity rhythm with feeding time as a main synchronization factor. The monitored decrease of the breathing/swimming activity ratio by means of the AEFishBIT data-logger also indicated a decreased energy partitioning for growth in the HD environment with a limited oxygen availability. Plasma glucose and cortisol levels increased with the rise of stocking density, and the close association of glycaemia with the expression level of antioxidant enzymes (mn-sod, gpx4, prdx5) in liver and molecular chaperones (grp170, grp75) in skeletal muscle highlighted the involvement of glucose in redox processes via rerouting in the pentose-phosphate-pathway. Other adaptive features included the depletion of oxidative metabolism that favored lipid storage rather than fatty acid oxidation to decrease the oxygen demand as last electron acceptor in the mitochondrial respiratory chain. This was coincident with the metabolic readjustment of the Gh/Igf endocrine-growth cascade that promoted the regulation of muscle growth at the local level rather than a systemic action via the liver Gh/Igf axis. Moreover, correlation analyses within HD fish displayed negative correlations of hepatic transcripts of igf1 and igf2 with the data-logger measurements of activity and respiration, whereas the opposite was found for muscle igf2, ghr1 and ghr2. This was indicative of a growth-regulatory transition that supported a proactive instead of a reactive behavior in HD fish, which was considered adaptive to preserve an active and synchronized feeding behavior with a minimized risk of oxidative stress and epidermal skin damage., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/349356
Dataset. 2023

TABLE2_UNDERSTANDING HOW HIGH STOCKING DENSITIES AND CONCURRENT LIMITED OXYGEN AVAILABILITY DRIVE SOCIAL COHESION AND ADAPTIVE FEATURES IN REGULATORY GROWTH, ANTIOXIDANT DEFENSE AND LIPID METABOLISM IN FARMED GILTHEAD SEA BREAM (SPARUS AURATA).XLSX

  • Holhorea, Paul G.
  • Fernando Naya-Català
  • Belenguer, Álvaro
  • Calduch-Giner, Josep A.
  • Pérez-Sánchez, Jaume
The study combined the use of biometric, behavioral, physiological and external tissue damage scoring systems to better understand how high stocking densities drive schooling behavior and other adaptive features during the finishing growing phase of farmed gilthead sea bream in the Western Mediterranean. Fish were grown at three different final stocking densities (LD, 8.5 kg/m3; MD, 17 kg/m3; HD, 25 kg/m3). Water oxygen concentration varied between 5 and 6 ppm in LD fish to 3–4 ppm in HD fish with the summer rise of water temperature from 19°C to 26°C (May–July). HD fish showed a reduction of feed intake and growth rates, but they also showed a reinforced social cohesion with a well-defined endogenous swimming activity rhythm with feeding time as a main synchronization factor. The monitored decrease of the breathing/swimming activity ratio by means of the AEFishBIT data-logger also indicated a decreased energy partitioning for growth in the HD environment with a limited oxygen availability. Plasma glucose and cortisol levels increased with the rise of stocking density, and the close association of glycaemia with the expression level of antioxidant enzymes (mn-sod, gpx4, prdx5) in liver and molecular chaperones (grp170, grp75) in skeletal muscle highlighted the involvement of glucose in redox processes via rerouting in the pentose-phosphate-pathway. Other adaptive features included the depletion of oxidative metabolism that favored lipid storage rather than fatty acid oxidation to decrease the oxygen demand as last electron acceptor in the mitochondrial respiratory chain. This was coincident with the metabolic readjustment of the Gh/Igf endocrine-growth cascade that promoted the regulation of muscle growth at the local level rather than a systemic action via the liver Gh/Igf axis. Moreover, correlation analyses within HD fish displayed negative correlations of hepatic transcripts of igf1 and igf2 with the data-logger measurements of activity and respiration, whereas the opposite was found for muscle igf2, ghr1 and ghr2. This was indicative of a growth-regulatory transition that supported a proactive instead of a reactive behavior in HD fish, which was considered adaptive to preserve an active and synchronized feeding behavior with a minimized risk of oxidative stress and epidermal skin damage., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

THE ROOTS OF OLIVE CULTIVARS DIFFERING IN TOLERANCE TO VERTICILLIUM DAHLIAE SHOW QUANTITATIVE DIFFERENCES IN PHENOLIC AND TRITERPENIC PROFILES [DATASET]

  • Cardoni, Martina
  • Olmo-García, L.
  • Serrano-García, I.
  • Carrasco-Pancorbo, A.
  • Mercado-Blanco, Jesús
Verticillium wilt of olive (VWO), caused by Verticillium dahliae, is a major concern in many olive-growing countries. An efficient VWO control measure is the use of tolerant/resistant cultivars. Low information is available about olive secondary metabolites and its relationship with VWO tolerance. In this study, a comprehensive metabolic profiling of the roots of six olive cultivars differing in their level of tolerance/susceptibility to VWO was addressed. Potential changes in the metabolite profiles due to the presence of the pathogen were also assessed. A strong relationship between the quantitative basal composition of the root secondary metabolic profile and VWO tolerance/susceptibility of olive varieties was found. Tolerant cultivars showed higher content of secoiridoids, while the susceptible ones presented greater amounts of verbascoside and methoxypinoresinol glucoside. The presence of V. dahliae only caused few significant variations mostly restricted to the earliest times after inoculation. Thus, a rapid activation of biochemical-based root defense mechanisms was observed. Key policy highlights Quantitative differences of secondary metabolites in roots contribute to explain the tolerance/susceptibility of olive cultivars to Verticillium dahliae. Higher basal content of secoiridoids correlate with tolerance, while greater concentration of verbascoside and methoxypinoresinol glucoside seem to be linked to susceptibility. Few alterations are observed in the olive root metabolic profiles in the presence of the pathogen. Changes in the root metabolic profile occur at early times after pathogen inoculation which suggests a rapid activation of a biochemical-based defense response against V. dahliae. Quantitative differences of secondary metabolites in roots contribute to explain the tolerance/susceptibility of olive cultivars to Verticillium dahliae. Higher basal content of secoiridoids correlate with tolerance, while greater concentration of verbascoside and methoxypinoresinol glucoside seem to be linked to susceptibility. Few alterations are observed in the olive root metabolic profiles in the presence of the pathogen. Changes in the root metabolic profile occur at early times after pathogen inoculation which suggests a rapid activation of a biochemical-based defense response against V. dahliae., This work was supported by the grants PID2019-106283RB-I00, BES-2017-081269 and FPU19/00700 of the Spanish Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades (MICIU)/Agencia Estatal de Investigación (AEI), and the grant RYC2021-032996-I funded by MCIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033 and by “European Union NextGenerationEU/PRTR”. This research was partially funded by FEDER/Junta de Andalucía-Consejería de Conocimiento, Investigación y Universidad, Junta de Andalucía Transformación Económica, Industria, Conocimiento y Universidades, Proyecto P20_00263; and FEDER/Junta de Andalucía-Consejería de Economía y Conocimiento, Proyecto B-AGR-416-UGR18., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/349397
Dataset. 2023

COMPTON Y-PARAMETER MAP OF THERMAL SZ EFFECT FROM PLANCK PR4 DATA

  • Chandran, Jyothis
  • Remazeilles, Mathieu
  • Barreiro, R. Belén
This dataset hosts the results and processing data from the paper "An improved Compton parameter map of thermal Sunyaev-Zeldovich effect from Planck PR4 data", arXiv:2305.10193., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/349443
Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS FROM COILED-COIL-MEDIATED DIMERIZATION OF ATG16 IS REQUIRED FOR BINDING TO THE PROPPIN ATG21

  • Bueno-Arribas, Miranda
  • Cruz-Cuevas, Celia
  • Navas, María-Angeles
  • Escalante, Ricardo
  • Vincent, Olivier
Supplementary Tables S1 (Yeast strains used in this study) and S2 (Plasmids used in this study), Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL - CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECTS ON SUBDAILY PRECIPITATION IN SPAIN

  • Jesus, Manuel del
  • Diez-Sierra, Javier
Table S1. Model institution, GCM and RCM name, RCM version, GCM ensemble and domain for each one of the models used in the present study. RCPs 4.5 and 8.5 are considered in the present analysis. Table S2. Predictors used (first column of the table) by RF models for the prediction of each statistic (subheading row). Predictors are: average daily precipitation (µ24), daily precipitation variance (σ2 24), proportion of dry days (φ24), daily rainfall skewness (γ24), lag-1 daily autocorrelation coefficient (ρ1 24), probability of two consecutive wet days (φ WW 24), probability of two consecutive dry days (φ DD 24), average surface air temperature (TAS), surface air temperature variance (σ 2 TAS), relative air humidity (HUR) and elevation of the station. Predictands are: rainfall variance (σ 2T), proportion of dry intervals (φT), rainfall skewness (γT ), rainfall lag-1 autocorrelation coefficient (ρ1T), probability of two adjacent wet intervals (φ WWT) and probability of two adjacent dry intervals (φDD T) at the T (in hours) aggregation scale. A shadowed cell indicates that a predictor has been used to predict a given predictand., Figure S1. Predicted hourly rainfall statistics for the reference climate (1986-2005) and for those gages shown in Figure 1, using the Random Forests (RF) method. Figure S2. Quantiles plot for the 1-h variance (σ21−h) for the long-term period. Only the highest values of the distribution (above the 80th percentile) are shown. The dashed black line corresponds to the reference climate. The continuous green line to RCP4.5 and the continuous red line to RCP 8.5. Figure S3. Percentage of gages with significance in the change (11) and red color a negative one (Sgl<-1). Each color (blue and red) is divided into three tones. The clearest one corresponds to the short-term period, the intermediate to the medium, and the most intense to the long-term period. A bar that reaches a value of 300 or -300 would indicate that all gages show significance in the change for a particular month of the year and for the three periods analyzed. gages located in the climate BSh are analyzed in the present figure. Figure S4. Identical information as Figure S3 but for the gages located in the climate BSk. Figure S5. Identical information as Figure S3 but for the gages located in the climate BWh. Figure S6. Identical information as Figure S3 but for the gages located in the climate Cfa. Figure S7. Identical information as Figure S3 but for the gages located in the climate Cfb. Figure S8. Identical information as Figure S3 but for the gages located in the climate Csa. Figure S9. Identical information as Figure S3 but for the gages located in the climate Csb., Peer reviewed

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