BAC-end sequences for HindIII and BstY1 Lolium perenne (perennial ryegrass) BAC libraries developed from genotype p226/135/16
Clone co-ordinates of BAC-based physical maps assembled using FPC and LTC softwares from HICF data generated from Lolium perenne BAC libraries derived from genotype p226/135/16.
Visual attention data for all animals (columns A-E); data are the number of correct responses during each session (Sessions 1-4). Cognition data are the number of trails to reach the learning criterion during the 3 phases of the two-choice discrimination reversal task (columns G-J). The maximum number of trials within each phase of the task was set at 100.
Images used for manual annotation, training and test of a convolutional neural network. Images are in *.png format and manual data in .csv.
BAC DNA sequence contigs from the physical map minimum-tiling-path (MTP) for Lolium perenne genotype p226/135/16
Simulations were conducted in Surface Evolver, Version 2.70. See http://facstaff.susqu.edu/brakke/evolver/evolver.html, starting from the structure given in the file superquad_soapfilm_sim.fe. At each iteration, we dump information about the energy of the structure, the position and orientation of the super-quadric object, and the forces exerted on the object by the foam into the given data files. Information about the relevant parameters for each data file is given below. To generate the figures plotted in the paper, we...
Supporting information for "Stability of a Twisted Plateau Border with Line Tension and Bending Stiffness"Simon Cox
Surface evolver file: twister.fe Data from SE: For each set of simulated data on each of figures 4 to 6, there is a separate file, with file name containing by the figure number, the value of $T$ and the value of $B$. Each line is a critical value of the PB length $\ell$ and/or the twist angle $\theta$. This is the last line of data from a sequence of increasing $\ell$ or $\theta$, just before...
Genomes of cryptosporidium species used in the linked paper but embargoed on NCBI. Note that other genomes are already available via NCBI.
Overview This project responded to a Darwin Now scheme run by the British Council in 2009 to coincide with the Darwin Bicentenary celebrations in the UK and to encourage artists and researchers to develop work on evolution beyond the UK. Having completed her PhD (Becoming Human: Nostalgia, Nature and Nation in the search for human origins in twentieth century Tanzania, CWAS, University of Birmingham) in 2007 Dr Amy Staniforth was keen to document the Golden...