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Dataset. 2018

COLLECTION OF DATA ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF RED ALGAL COASTAL HABITAT AND ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES IN THE NORTHWEST OF THE MEDITERRANEAN

  • Cefalì, Maria Elena
  • Ballesteros i Sagarra, Enric
  • Riera, Joan Lluís
  • Chappuis, Eglantine
  • Terradas, Marc
  • Mariani, Simone
  • Cebrian Pujol, Emma
Dades associades a l' article publicat: Cefalì,M.E., Ballesteros, E., Riera, J.L., Chappuis, E., Terradas, M., Mariani, S., i Cebrian, E. (2018). The optimal sampling design for littoral habitats modelling: a case study from the north-western Mediterranean. PLoS ONE, vol. 13, núm. 5, p. e0197234. Disponible a https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0197234, Spatial distribution of six coastal habitats of red algae on the Catalan coast, significantly influenced by environmental variables. The red algae mentioned in the database are: Rissoella verruculosa, Lithophyllum byssoides /Lithophyllum byssoides rims ("Trottoir"), Neogoniolithon brassica-florida, Hildenbrandia rubra /Phymatolithon lenormandi and Cystoseira mediterranea. Data on littoral habitat distribution and environmental variables were collected along the whole coast of Catalonia (North-Western Mediterranean between 3º 10' 28.072" E, 42º 26' 17.619" N and 0º 30' 57.001" E, 40º 31' 26.302" N), The file called 'Full data base' contains for each point, the projected coordinates, the environmental variables and the presence/absence (1/0) of each habitat. Slope code: 1 = 0º-10.8º; 2 = 10.8º-22.8º; 3 = 22.8º-45.1º; 4 = 45.1º-68.2º; 5 = 68.2º-87.8º. Habitats code: Riv = Rissoella verruculosa; Lby = Lithophyllum byssoides; Tro = Lithophyllum byssoides rims ("Trottoir”); Neo = Neogoniolithon brassica-florida; Hph = Hildenbrandia rubra/ Phymatolithon lenormandi.\nTables A-F contain results of logistic regression models. Results of logistic regression models for all sampling strategy designs are presented for each habitat and for all sample sizes. For training data, the number (N) and frequency (F) of the habitat occurrence are presented. Results of null models are shown with the mead and standard deviation of the 10 models calculated. The D2 is the Deviance of the model in the training data; AUC is the area under the receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve, se and spe are the sensitivity and specificity respectively, for the predictive model in the test data

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A SERIAL FOUNDER EFFECT MODEL OF PHONEMIC DIVERSITY BASED ON PHONEMIC LOSS IN LOW-DENSITY POPULATIONS [DADES DE RECERCA]

  • Pérez Losada, Joaquim
  • Fort, Joaquim
Dades associades a l' article publicat: Pérez-Losada, J. & Fort, J. (2018). A serial founder effect model of phonemic diversity based on phonemic loss in low-density populations. PLoS ONE, vol. 13, núm. 6, p. e0198346. Disponible a https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0198346, The zip file contains the following documents and files: - S1 Text: Supplementary results in DOCX, available at https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0198346.s001. This document contains different graphic simulations that complement the results mentioned in the published article. Graphics have been calculated from the data collected in the "Language database".

- S1 Database in XLSX available at https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0198346.s002. It is the Language database that contains the list of phonemes for 359 languages. For each language are provided the number of phonemes and the distance from the origin of the out-of-Africa. For these 359 languages, 908 different phonemes have been found. First, all languages ​​in the dataset were coded in strings of "1" and "0". This leads to a "full" matrix of 359 rows (languages) x 908 columns (phonemes). The presence of a phoneme is marked with a "1" in the corresponding position. The absence of a given phoneme is marked with a "0". Data from this database are used to generate the observed phonetic cline and the simulated phonemic cline, explained in the published article. - Two programs in FORTRAN to carry out the numerical simulations based on the data collected in the Language database (S1): S1 Software is the SFE with phonemic loss program, available at https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0198346.s003 (ZIP) and S2 Software is the program to compute diversity tF of languages at given distance intervals, available at https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0198346.s004 (ZIP), It has been observed that the number of phonemes in languages in use today tends to decrease with increasing distance from Africa. A previous formal model has recently reproduced the observed cline, but under two strong assumptions. Here we tackle the question of whether an alternative explanation for the worldwide phonemic cline is possible, by using alternative assumptions. The answer is affirmative. We show this by formalizing a proposal, following Atkinson, that this pattern may be due to a repeated bottleneck effect and phonemic loss. In our simulations, low-density populations lose phonemes during the Out-of-Africa dispersal of modern humans. Our results reproduce the observed global cline for the number of phonemes. In addition, we also detect a cline of phonemic diversity and reproduce it using our simulation model. We suggest how future work could determine whether the previous model or the new one (or even a combination of them) is valid. Simulations also show that the clines can still be present even 300 kyr after the Out-of-Africa dispersal, which is contrary to some previous claims which were not supported by numerical simulations​

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SUPPORTING INFORMATION: ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF LINEAR LIPOPEPTIDES DERIVED FROM BP100 TOWARDS PLANT PATHOGENS

  • Oliveras Rovira, Àngel
  • Baró Sabé, Aina
  • Badosa Romañó, Esther
  • Montesinos Barreda, Laura
  • Feliu Soley, Lídia
  • Planas i Grabuleda, Marta
Dades associades a l'article publicat: Oliveras, À., Baró, A., Montesinos, L., Badosa, E., Montesinos, E., Feliu, L., i Planas, M. (2018). Antimicrobial activity of linear lipopeptides derived from BP100 towards plant pathogens. PLoS ONE, vol. 13, núm. 7, p. e0201571. Disponible a https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0201571, Table A contains antimicrobial activity (MIC) of the linear lipopeptides against six plant pathogenic bacteria and two fungi. Table B contains Hemolytic activity of the linear lipopeptides. S1 File also includes the synthesis and characterization of the lipopeptides

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SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS: MOVING FROM CLASSICAL RU-NHC TO NEUTRAL OR CHARGED RH-NHC BASED CATALYSTS IN OLEFIN METATHESIS

  • Poater Teixidor, Albert
Material complementari de l'article publicat: Poater, A. (2016). Moving from Classical Ru-NHC to Neutral or Charged Rh-NHC Based Catalysts in Olefin Metathesis. Molecules, vol. 21, núm. 2, p. 177. Disponible a https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules21020177, Coordinate data sets and absolute energy (in a.u.), 3D structure for DFT optimized complexes with selected distances (in Å), Conjunts de dades de coordenades i energia absoluta (a.u.), estructura 3D per a complexos optimitzats DFT amb distàncies seleccionades (en Å), A.P. thanks the Spanish MINECO for a project CTQ2014-59832-JIN, and European Commission for a Career Integration Grant (CIG09-GA-2011-293900)

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Dataset. 2019

MME-T-MEDNET: MASS MORTALITY EVENTS IN MEDITERRANEAN MARINE COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS [DADES DE RECERCA]

  • Garrabou, Joaquim
  • Gómez Gras, Daniel
  • Ledoux, Jean-Baptiste
  • Linares, Cristina
  • Bensoussan, Nathaniel
  • López Sendino, Paula
  • Bazairi, Hocein
  • Espinosa, Free
  • Ramdani, Mohamed
  • Grimes, Samir
  • Benabdi, Mouloud
  • Ben Souissi, Jamila
  • Soufi-Kechaou, Emna
  • Khamassi, Faten
  • Ghanem, Raouia
  • Ocaña, Oscar
  • Ramos Esplà, Alfonso
  • Izquierdo, Andrés
  • Antón, Irene
  • Rubio Portillo, Esther
  • Barberá, Carmen
  • Cebrian Pujol, Emma
  • Marbà, Nuria
  • Hendriks, Iris E.
  • Duarte, Carlos M.
  • Deudero, Salud
  • Díaz, David
  • Vázquez Luis, Maite
  • Álvarez, Elvira
  • Hereu Fina, Bernat
  • Kersting, Diego K.
  • Gori, Andrea
  • Viladrich Canudas, Núria
  • Sartoretto, Stephane
  • Pairaud, Ivane
  • Ruitton, Sandrine
  • Pergent, Gérard
  • Pergent-Martini, Christine
  • Rouanet, Elodie
  • Teixidó, Núria
  • Gattuso, Jean-Pierre
  • Fraschetti, Simonetta
  • Rivetti, Irene
  • Azzurro, Ernesto
  • Cerrano, Carlo
  • Ponti, Massimo
  • Turicchia, Eva
  • Bavestrello, Giorgio
  • Cattaneo-Vietti, Riccardo
  • Bo, Marzia
  • Bertolino, Marco
  • Montefalcone, Monica
  • Chimienti, Giovanni
  • Grech, Daniele
  • Rilov, Gil
  • Tuney Kizilkaya, Inci
  • Kizilkaya, Zafer
  • Eda Topçu, Nur
  • Gerovasileiou, Vasilis
  • Sini, Maria
  • Bakran-Petricioli, Tatjana
  • Kipson, Silvija
  • Harmelin, Jean G.
Dades primàries associades a l'article publicat: Garrabou, J., Gómez Gras, D., Ledoux, J.B. [et.al]. Collaborative Database to Track Mass Mortality Events in the Mediterranean Sea. Frontiers in Marine Science, 2019, vol. 6 art. núm. 707. Disponible a https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2019.00707, The data compiled in the MME-T-MEDNet dataset was gathered from published scientific papers, grey literature and technical reports using different searching strategies in ISI Web of Knowledge and Google Scholar using different sets of keywords (including those used in Rivetti et al. 2014 and Marba et al. 2015) as well as through contacts with researchers across the Mediterranean. The dataset comprises mass mortality events impacts observed at discrete events generally related to warming episodes across the Mediterranean. The dataset provides information about the year, season, geographic coordinates, protection status of the geographic location, species phylum, species name, the degree of mortality impact, depth range of the mortality and reported biotic and abiotic mortality drivers of the event, The Mass Mortality Events (MME-T-MEDNet) dataset compiles information reported on mass mortality events of species in the Mediterranean Sea affecting different organism dwelling in coastal ecosystems, We acknowledge the financial support by the Prince Albert II de Monaco Foundation (MIMOSA project nº 1983) and the project MPA-ADAPT funded by Interreg MED program (European Regional Development Fund)

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Dataset. 2019

RECORDS OF BLUE CRABS (CALLINECTES SAPIDUS) CAPTURED OR OBSERVED AT THE PARC NATURAL DELS AIGUAMOLLS DE L'EMPORDÀ (PNAE) AND PARC NATURAL DEL MONTGRÍ, LES ILLES MEDES I EL BAIX TER (PNMMBT) BETWEEN JULY 2017 AND OCTOBER 2018

  • Fuentes Castelló, Miguel Ángel
  • Torrent Fàbrega, Laura
  • Barrera, Sergio
  • Boix Masafret, Dani
Dades primàries associades a l'article publicat: Fuentes, M.A.,Torrent, L., Barrera, S., Boix, D. (2019). Rapid invasion of the American blue crab Callinectes sapidus Rathbun, 1896 in the North-East of the Iberian Peninsula. BioInvasions Records, vol. 8 , núm. 1, p. 113-118. Disponible a https://doi.org/10.3391/bir.2019.8.1.12, Records (number of individuals) of American blue crabs (Callinectes sapidus) captured in the sampling campaigns (Catch) or observed (Obs.) in July 2017 and October 2018 at the Parc Natural dels Aiguamolls de l'Empordà (PNAE) and Parc Natural del Montgrí, les Illes Medes i el Baix Ter (PNMMBT), in order to evaluate the magnitude of the invasion. The location, the river (Fluvià, Muga or Ter) and the geographical coordinates where this invasive species has been caught or observed are recorded

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Dataset. 2020

RNA-SEQUENCING ENDOMETRIUM INTACT, VASECTOMIZED, AND CONTROL HEIFERS [DADES DE RECERCA]

  • Recuero, Sandra
  • Sánchez, José María
  • Mateo Otero, Yentel
  • Bagés-Arnal, Sandra
  • McDonald, Michael
  • Behura, Susanta K.
  • Spencer, Thomas E.
  • Kenny, David A.
  • Yeste Oliveras, Marc
  • Lonergan, Pat
  • Fernández Fuertes, Beatriz
Dades primàries associades a l'article publicat: Recuero, S., Sánchez, J.M., Mateo Otero, Y., Bagés-Arnal, S., McDonald, M., Behura, S.K., Spencer, T.E., Kenny, D.A., Yeste Oliveras, M., Lonergan, P., Fernández Fuertes, B. Mating to intact, but not vasectomized, males elicits changes in the endometrial transcriptome: insights from the bovine model. Frontiers in Cell And Developmental Biology, 2020, vol.8, art. núm. 547. Disponible a https://doi.org/10.3389/fcell.2020.00547, File with genetic expression data of endometrial samples from heifers mated with intact bulls, vasectomized bulls and unmated control heifers. Endometrial samples were collected 24h.after mating

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Dataset. 2019

BUILDINGS ENERGY DEMAND

  • Cañigueral Maurici, Marc
  • Meléndez i Frigola, Joaquim
  • Torrent-Fontbona, Ferran
Dades primàries associades a una comunicació a congrés presentada a CIRED 2019. 25th International Conference on Electricity Distribution: Madrid, 3-6 June 2019, The files are in CSV, no special software required to interpret the data, The dataset includes two files: one called 'demand', with the active power demand from 10 different households, in Watts units and hourly resolution, and another called 'generation', with the solar generation considering the current installed photovoltaic power in each household, in Watts units and hourly resolution. The total peak power installed is 30.5 kWp. The demand dataset was provided by the DSO (Distribution System Operator). No collection/generation work done by the researchers. The solar generation profile was download from PVGIS portal, considering the location and the installed peak power of each household. The study multiplies the data profiles (demand and generation) from the Dataset by different factors according to the scenario. Not other preprocessing than scaling the data. Energy consumption profiles from file 'demand.csv' correspond to the same households than the energy production profiles from file 'generation.csv'. For example, 'C1' column in 'demand.csv' and 'G1' column in 'generation.csv' correspond to consumption and generation profiles from Household 1, respectively. In the study the authors talk about two scenarios. The Scenario 1 considers the current demand profiles, from file 'demand.csv'. The Scenario 2, considers a future high electrification of households final demand, so the demand profiles in file 'demand.csv' are scaled by a factor of 14. In both scenarios, all generation profiles in 'generation.csv' are scaled by a factor depending on the total installed photovoltaic power, considering than the original generation profiles correspond to a total peak power of 30.5 kWp. The dataset contains the data collected from 0:00 am to 11:00 pm on July 1, 2018

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Dataset. 2020

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: [PD(NHC)(Μ-CL)CL]2: VERSATILE AND HIGHLY REACTIVE COMPLEXES FOR CROSS-COUPLING REACTIONS THAT AVOID FORMATION OF INACTIVE PD(I) OFF-CYCLE PRODUCTS

  • Zhou, Tongliang
  • Ma, Siyue
  • Nahra, Fady
  • Obled, Alan M.C.
  • Poater Teixidor, Albert
  • Cavallo, Luigi
  • Cazin, Catherine S. J.
  • Nolan, Steven P.
  • Szostak, Michal
Dades relacionades amb les figures, esquemes i taules de l'article publicat a iScience 2020, vol. 23, núm. 8, art.núm.101377. Disponible a https://doi.org/10.1016/j.isci.2020.101377, Data related to the figures, diagrams and tables of the published article in 'iScience', 2020, 23 (8), p.101377. The archives correspond on the one hand, to a document with the complementary information of the transparent methods of figures S1-S113, schemes S1-S8 and tables S1 and S2 of the article published in 'iScience', 2020, 23 (8), p.101377 and on the other hand, a file with cartesian coordinate data and energies related to "Figure 4. DFT-Optimized Pathway (Relative Energies to Pd (0) in kcal / mol) for the Activation of Catalysts 6, 11), and 12 6 = IPr, 11 = SIPr, 12 = IPr *, [Pd (NHC) (m-Cl) Cl] 2" from the same published article mentioned above, Dades relacionades amb les figures, esquemes i taules de l'article publicat a 'iScience', 2020, 23 (8), p.101377. Els arxius corresponen d'una banda, a un document amb la informació complementària dels mètodes transparents de les figures S1-S113, esquemes S1-S8 i taules S1 i S2 de l'article publicat a 'iScience', 2020, 23 (8), p.101377 i d'altra banda, un fitxer amb dades de coordenades cartesianes i energies relacionades amb "Figure 4. DFT-Optimized Pathway (Relative Energies to Pd (0) in kcal / mol) for the Activation of Catalysts 6, 11), and 12 6 = IPr, 11 = SIPr, 12 = IPr *, [Pd (NHC) (m-Cl) Cl] 2" del mateix article publicat abans esmenta

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Dataset. 2021

NÓMINA DE ARQUITECTOS DIOCESANOS EN ESPAÑA (1876-1955)

  • Puigvert i Solà, Joaquim Maria
List of diocesan architects in Spain, between 1876-1955, Relació d'arquitectes diocesans a Espanya, entre 1876-1955

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