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Transcriptome analysis of invasive Gypsophila paniculata (baby's breath) populations from Michigan and Washington, USA.

Charlyn Partridge, Sarah Lamar & Ian Beddows
Invasive species provide an opportune system to investigate how populations respond to new or changing environments. While the impacts of invasive species increase annually, many gaps in our understanding of how these species invade, adapt, and thrive in the areas they are introduced to remain. Using the perennial forb Gypsophila paniculata as a study system, we aimed to investigate how invasive species respond to different environments. Baby’s breath (Gypsophila paniculata) was introduced to North America...

Does Gender Matter in Black Greek-Lettered Organizations?

Donald Jr. Mitchell

Data from: What smells? Developing in-field methods to characterize the chemical composition of wild mammalian scent cues

Cynthia Thompson
Olfactory cues play an important role in mammalian biology, but have been challenging to assess in the field. Current methods pose problematic issues with sample storage and transportation, limiting our ability to connect chemical variation in scents with relevant ecological and behavioral contexts. Real-time, in-field analysis via portable gas-chromatography mass-spectrometry (GC-MS) has the potential to overcome these issues, but with tradeoffs of reduced sensitivity and compound mass range. We field-tested the ability of portable GC-MS...

Dataset associated with 'Quantification of Ebola virus replication kinetics in vitro'

Laura Liao, Jonathan Carruthers, Sophie J. Smither, , Simon A. Weller, Diane Williamson, Thomas R. Laws, Isabel Garcia-Dorival, Julian Hiscox, Benjamin P. Holder, Catherine Beauchemin, Alan S. Perelson, MARTIN LOPEZ-GARCIA, Grant Lythe, John Barr & carmen molina-parís
This dataset is associated with ‘Quantification of Ebola virus replication kinetics in vitro’. In the paper, a mathematical model is developed to describe the replication of Ebola virus in Vero cells. The model is parametrised using measurements of total and infectious extracellular virus at three different multiplicities of infection. The results provide insights into the distribution of time an infected cell spends in the eclipse phase (the period between infection and the start of virus...

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  • Grand Valley State University
  • Van Andel Institute
  • Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • University of Leeds
  • Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
  • University of Liverpool
  • Ryerson University