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Davide Pog
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Supplementary material from "An optimized approach for local de novo assembly of overlapping paired-end RAD reads from multiple individuals"

Yu-Long Li, Dong-Xiu Xue, Bai-Dong Zhang & Jin-Xian Liu
Restriction site-associated DNA (RAD) sequencing is revolutionizing studies in ecological, evolutionary and conservation genomics. However, the assembly of paired-end RAD reads with random-sheared ends is still challenging, especially for non-model species with high genetic variance. Here, we present an efficient optimized approach with a pipeline software, RADassembler, which makes full use of paired-end RAD reads with random-sheared ends from multiple individuals to assemble RAD contigs. RADassembler integrates the algorithms for choosing the optimal number of...

Supplementary material from "Pathways limiting warming to 1.5°C: a tale of turning around in no time?"

Elmar Kriegler, Gunnar Luderer, Nico Bauer, Lavinia Baumstark, Shinichiro Fujimori, Alexander Popp, Joeri Rogelj, Jessica Strefler & Detlef P. Van Vuuren
We explore the feasibility of limiting global warming to 1.5°C without overshoot and without the deployment of carbon dioxide removal (CDR) technologies. For this purpose, we perform a sensitivity analysis of four generic emissions reduction measures to identify a lower bound on future CO2 emissions from fossil fuel combustion and industrial processes. Final energy demand reductions and electrification of energy end uses as well as decarbonization of electricity and non-electric energy provision are all considered....

Supplementary material from "Pathways limiting warming to 1.5°C: a tale of turning around in no time?"

Elmar Kriegler, Gunnar Luderer, Nico Bauer, Lavinia Baumstark, Shinichiro Fujimori, Alexander Popp, Joeri Rogelj, Jessica Strefler & Detlef P. Van Vuuren
We explore the feasibility of limiting global warming to 1.5°C without overshoot and without the deployment of carbon dioxide removal (CDR) technologies. For this purpose, we perform a sensitivity analysis of four generic emissions reduction measures to identify a lower bound on future CO2 emissions from fossil fuel combustion and industrial processes. Final energy demand reductions and electrification of energy end uses as well as decarbonization of electricity and non-electric energy provision are all considered....

Supplementary materials from Maternal modulation of paternal effects on offspring development

Rahia Mashoodh, Ireneusz B. Habrylo, Kathryn M. Gudsnuk, Geralyn Pelle & Frances A. Champagne
The paternal transmission of environmentally induced phenotypes across generations has been reported to occur following a number of qualitatively different exposures and appear to be driven, at least in part, by epigenetic factors that are inherited via the sperm. However, previous studies of paternal germline transmission have not addressed the role of mothers in the propagation of paternal effects to offspring. We hypothesized that paternal exposure to nutritional restriction would impact male mate quality and...

Supplementary material from "Maternal modulation of paternal effects on offspring development"

Rahia Mashoodh, Ireneusz B. Habrylo, Kathryn M. Gudsnuk, Geralyn Pelle & Frances A. Champagne
The paternal transmission of environmentally induced phenotypes across generations has been reported to occur following a number of qualitatively different exposures and appear to be driven, at least in part, by epigenetic factors that are inherited via the sperm. However, previous studies of paternal germline transmission have not addressed the role of mothers in the propagation of paternal effects to offspring. We hypothesized that paternal exposure to nutritional restriction would impact male mate quality and...

Supplementary material from "Maternal modulation of paternal effects on offspring development"

Rahia Mashoodh, Ireneusz B. Habrylo, Kathryn M. Gudsnuk, Geralyn Pelle & Frances A. Champagne
The paternal transmission of environmentally induced phenotypes across generations has been reported to occur following a number of qualitatively different exposures and appear to be driven, at least in part, by epigenetic factors that are inherited via the sperm. However, previous studies of paternal germline transmission have not addressed the role of mothers in the propagation of paternal effects to offspring. We hypothesized that paternal exposure to nutritional restriction would impact male mate quality and...

Supplementary materials from Maternal modulation of paternal effects on offspring development

Rahia Mashoodh, Ireneusz B. Habrylo, Kathryn M. Gudsnuk, Geralyn Pelle & Frances A. Champagne
The paternal transmission of environmentally induced phenotypes across generations has been reported to occur following a number of qualitatively different exposures and appear to be driven, at least in part, by epigenetic factors that are inherited via the sperm. However, previous studies of paternal germline transmission have not addressed the role of mothers in the propagation of paternal effects to offspring. We hypothesized that paternal exposure to nutritional restriction would impact male mate quality and...

Supplementary figures from Pathways limiting warming to 1.5°C: a tale of turning around in no time?

Elmar Kriegler, Gunnar Luderer, Nico Bauer, Lavinia Baumstark, Shinichiro Fujimori, Alexander Popp, Joeri Rogelj, Jessica Strefler & Detlef P. Van Vuuren
Contains two supplementary figures to the article

Supplementary figures from Pathways limiting warming to 1.5°C: a tale of turning around in no time?

Elmar Kriegler, Gunnar Luderer, Nico Bauer, Lavinia Baumstark, Shinichiro Fujimori, Alexander Popp, Joeri Rogelj, Jessica Strefler & Detlef P. Van Vuuren
Contains two supplementary figures to the article

Methods Used from Stabilization of global temperature at 1.5°C and 2.0°C: implications for coastal areas

Robert J. Nicholls, Sally Brown, Philip Goodwin, Thomas Wahl, Jason Lowe, Martin Solan, Jasmin A. Godbold, Ivan D. Haigh, Daniel Lincke, Jochen Hinkel, Claudia Wolff & Jan-Ludolf Merkens
Methods used in "Stabilisation of global temperature at 1.5°C and 2.0°C: Implications for coastal areas"

Methods Used from Stabilization of global temperature at 1.5°C and 2.0°C: implications for coastal areas

Robert J. Nicholls, Sally Brown, Philip Goodwin, Thomas Wahl, Jason Lowe, Martin Solan, Jasmin A. Godbold, Ivan D. Haigh, Daniel Lincke, Jochen Hinkel, Claudia Wolff & Jan-Ludolf Merkens
Methods used in "Stabilisation of global temperature at 1.5°C and 2.0°C: Implications for coastal areas"

Supplementary material from "Stabilization of global temperature at 1.5°C and 2.0°C: implications for coastal areas"

Robert J. Nicholls, Sally Brown, Philip Goodwin, Thomas Wahl, Jason Lowe, Martin Solan, Jasmin A. Godbold, Ivan D. Haigh, Daniel Lincke, Jochen Hinkel, Claudia Wolff & Jan-Ludolf Merkens
The effectiveness of stringent climate stabilization scenarios for coastal areas in terms of reduction of impacts/adaptation needs and wider policy implications has received little attention. Here we use the Warming Acidification and Sea level Projector Earth systems model to calculate large ensembles of global sea-level rise (SLR) and ocean pH projections to 2300 for 1.5°C and 2.0°C stabilization scenarios, and a reference unmitigated RCP8.5 scenario. The potential consequences of these projections are then considered for...

Supplementary material from "Stabilization of global temperature at 1.5°C and 2.0°C: implications for coastal areas"

Robert J. Nicholls, Sally Brown, Philip Goodwin, Thomas Wahl, Jason Lowe, Martin Solan, Jasmin A. Godbold, Ivan D. Haigh, Daniel Lincke, Jochen Hinkel, Claudia Wolff & Jan-Ludolf Merkens
The effectiveness of stringent climate stabilization scenarios for coastal areas in terms of reduction of impacts/adaptation needs and wider policy implications has received little attention. Here we use the Warming Acidification and Sea level Projector Earth systems model to calculate large ensembles of global sea-level rise (SLR) and ocean pH projections to 2300 for 1.5°C and 2.0°C stabilization scenarios, and a reference unmitigated RCP8.5 scenario. The potential consequences of these projections are then considered for...

Supplementary data - Maternal from Maternal modulation of paternal effects on offspring development

Rahia Mashoodh, Ireneusz B. Habrylo, Kathryn M. Gudsnuk, Geralyn Pelle & Frances A. Champagne
The paternal transmission of environmentally induced phenotypes across generations has been reported to occur following a number of qualitatively different exposures and appear to be driven, at least in part, by epigenetic factors that are inherited via the sperm. However, previous studies of paternal germline transmission have not addressed the role of mothers in the propagation of paternal effects to offspring. We hypothesized that paternal exposure to nutritional restriction would impact male mate quality and...

Supplementary data - Maternal from Maternal modulation of paternal effects on offspring development

Rahia Mashoodh, Ireneusz B. Habrylo, Kathryn M. Gudsnuk, Geralyn Pelle & Frances A. Champagne
The paternal transmission of environmentally induced phenotypes across generations has been reported to occur following a number of qualitatively different exposures and appear to be driven, at least in part, by epigenetic factors that are inherited via the sperm. However, previous studies of paternal germline transmission have not addressed the role of mothers in the propagation of paternal effects to offspring. We hypothesized that paternal exposure to nutritional restriction would impact male mate quality and...

Data for Nicholls et al FINAL from Stabilization of global temperature at 1.5°C and 2.0°C: implications for coastal areas

Robert J. Nicholls, Sally Brown, Philip Goodwin, Thomas Wahl, Jason Lowe, Martin Solan, Jasmin A. Godbold, Ivan D. Haigh, Daniel Lincke, Jochen Hinkel, Claudia Wolff & Jan-Ludolf Merkens
The effectiveness of stringent climate stabilization scenarios for coastal areas in terms of reduction of impacts/adaptation needs and wider policy implications has received little attention. Here we use the Warming Acidification and Sea level Projector Earth systems model to calculate large ensembles of global sea-level rise (SLR) and ocean pH projections to 2300 for 1.5°C and 2.0°C stabilization scenarios, and a reference unmitigated RCP8.5 scenario. The potential consequences of these projections are then considered for...

Data for Nicholls et al FINAL from Stabilization of global temperature at 1.5°C and 2.0°C: implications for coastal areas

Robert J. Nicholls, Sally Brown, Philip Goodwin, Thomas Wahl, Jason Lowe, Martin Solan, Jasmin A. Godbold, Ivan D. Haigh, Daniel Lincke, Jochen Hinkel, Claudia Wolff & Jan-Ludolf Merkens
The effectiveness of stringent climate stabilization scenarios for coastal areas in terms of reduction of impacts/adaptation needs and wider policy implications has received little attention. Here we use the Warming Acidification and Sea level Projector Earth systems model to calculate large ensembles of global sea-level rise (SLR) and ocean pH projections to 2300 for 1.5°C and 2.0°C stabilization scenarios, and a reference unmitigated RCP8.5 scenario. The potential consequences of these projections are then considered for...

Supplementary material from "Characterizing the phylogenetic specialism–generalism spectrum of mammal parasites"

A. W. Park, M. J. Farrell, J. P. Schmidt, S. Huang, T. A. Dallas, P. Pappalardo, J. M. Drake, P. R. Stephens, R. Poulin, C. L. Nunn & T. J. Davies
The distribution of parasites across mammalian hosts is complex and represents a differential ability or opportunity to infect different host species. Here, we take a macroecological approach to investigate factors influencing why some parasites show a tendency to infect species widely distributed in the host phylogeny (phylogenetic generalism) while others infect only closely related hosts. Using a database on over 1400 parasite species that have been documented to infect up to 69 terrestrial mammal host...

Supplementary material from "Characterizing the phylogenetic specialism–generalism spectrum of mammal parasites"

A. W. Park, M. J. Farrell, J. P. Schmidt, S. Huang, T. A. Dallas, P. Pappalardo, J. M. Drake, P. R. Stephens, R. Poulin, C. L. Nunn & T. J. Davies
The distribution of parasites across mammalian hosts is complex and represents a differential ability or opportunity to infect different host species. Here, we take a macroecological approach to investigate factors influencing why some parasites show a tendency to infect species widely distributed in the host phylogeny (phylogenetic generalism) while others infect only closely related hosts. Using a database on over 1400 parasite species that have been documented to infect up to 69 terrestrial mammal host...

Various supplementary material to support the main text from Characterizing the phylogenetic specialism–generalism spectrum of mammal parasites

A. W. Park, M. J. Farrell, J. P. Schmidt, S. Huang, T. A. Dallas, P. Pappalardo, J. M. Drake, P. R. Stephens, R. Poulin, C. L. Nunn & T. J. Davies
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Various supplementary material to support the main text from Characterizing the phylogenetic specialism–generalism spectrum of mammal parasites

A. W. Park, M. J. Farrell, J. P. Schmidt, S. Huang, T. A. Dallas, P. Pappalardo, J. M. Drake, P. R. Stephens, R. Poulin, C. L. Nunn & T. J. Davies
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