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Birds and insects respond differently to combinations of semi-natural features in farm landscapes

Mark Hall, Dale Nimmo & Andrew F Bennett
Semi-natural features among farmland have a key role in maintaining wildlife in rural landscapes. Practical conservation requires knowledge of which combinations of features are of greatest value and whether this differs among faunal groups. We used a ‘landscape’ approach to investigate the relative importance to birds and insects (bees, flies, wasps) of combinations of three wooded features typical of farmland in south-eastern Australia: scattered trees, wooded roadsides and wooded streamside vegetation. We selected 44 landscapes...

Additional file 3 of Physiotherapists’ opinions, barriers, and enablers to providing evidence-based care: a mixed-methods study

Connor Gleadhill, Katarzyna Bolsewicz, Simon R. E. Davidson, Steven J. Kamper, Amanda Tutty, Emma Robson, Priscilla Viana Da Silva, Bruce Donald, Katherine Dooley, Joshua Manvell, Nicole Manvell, Andrew Delbridge & Christopher M. Williams
Additional file 3. Online supplement 2.

Sex-specific shifts in morphology and diet in a frog after 50 years of anthropogenic habitat fragmentation

Qiang Wu, Fabien Aubret, Lingbing Wu & Ping Ding
Aim: Phenotypic shifts are commonly observed when animals face insular habitat change and may reflect ongoing stresses on individuals. However, the generality and the driving processes of this ‘island rule’ remain equivocal, notably in amphibians. Here, we investigate both morphological and dietary shifts in a frog using a mosaic of human-created islands to assess the potential operating mechanisms underlying these phenotypic responses. Location: Thousand Island Lake, China. Taxon: The Chinese piebald odorous frog, Odorrana schmackeri....

Additional file 1 of Photolysis of caged cytokinin in single cells of Arabidopsis thaliana

Lachlan Dow, Russell A. Barrow, Rosemary G. White & Ulrike Mathesius
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Structure of caged benzyladenine, showing atom numbering system. Figure S2. 1H NMR spectrum of Caged benzyladenine in CDCl3. Figure S3. 13C NMR spectrum of caged benzyladenine in CDCl3. Figure S4. Low resolution (A) and high resolution (B) ESI mass spectra of caged benzyladenine. Figure S5. Infrared spectrum of caged benzyladenine, as powder. Figure S6. Structure of caged adenine, showing atom numbering system. Figure S7. 1H NMR spectrum of caged adenine,...

Photolysis of caged cytokinin in single cells of Arabidopsis thaliana

Lachlan Dow, Russell A. Barrow, Rosemary G. White & Ulrike Mathesius
Abstract Background Cytokinins are a class of phytohormone that play a crucial role in the development of plants. They are involved in the regulation of nearly every aspect of plant growth, from germination to senescence. The role of cytokinins in many developmental programs is complex and varies both spatially and temporally. Current techniques used to investigate the functions of cytokinins in plant development lack this spatial and temporal resolution required to observe cell-type specific effects....

Genomic trajectories of a near-extinction event in the Chatham Island black robin

Johanna von Seth, Tom van der Valk, Edana Lord, Hanna Sigeman, Remi-André Olsen, Michael Knapp, Olga Kardailsky, Fiona Robertson, Marie Hale, Dave Houston, Euan Kennedy, Love Dalén, Karin Norén, Melanie Massaro, Bruce C. Robertson & Nicolas Dussex
Abstract Background Understanding the micro-­evolutionary response of populations to demographic declines is a major goal in evolutionary and conservation biology. In small populations, genetic drift can lead to an accumulation of deleterious mutations, which will increase the risk of extinction. However, demographic recovery can still occur after extreme declines, suggesting that natural selection may purge deleterious mutations, even in extremely small populations. The Chatham Island black robin (Petroica traversi) is arguably the most inbred bird...

Physiotherapists’ opinions, barriers, and enablers to providing evidence-based care: a mixed-methods study

Connor Gleadhill, Katarzyna Bolsewicz, Simon R. E. Davidson, Steven J. Kamper, Amanda Tutty, Emma Robson, Priscilla Viana Da Silva, Bruce Donald, Katherine Dooley, Joshua Manvell, Nicole Manvell, Andrew Delbridge & Christopher M. Williams
Abstract Background Physiotherapists deliver evidence-based guideline recommended treatments only half of the time to patients with musculoskeletal conditions. Physiotherapists’ behaviour in clinical practice are influenced by many cognitive, social, and environmental factors including time and financial pressures. Many initiatives aimed at improving physiotherapists’ uptake of evidence-based care have failed to appreciate the context involved in clinical decisions and clinical practice. Therefore, we aimed to describe: i) opinions toward evidence; ii) how evidence is accessed; iii)...

Additional file 1 of Photolysis of caged cytokinin in single cells of Arabidopsis thaliana

Lachlan Dow, Russell A. Barrow, Rosemary G. White & Ulrike Mathesius
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Structure of caged benzyladenine, showing atom numbering system. Figure S2. 1H NMR spectrum of Caged benzyladenine in CDCl3. Figure S3. 13C NMR spectrum of caged benzyladenine in CDCl3. Figure S4. Low resolution (A) and high resolution (B) ESI mass spectra of caged benzyladenine. Figure S5. Infrared spectrum of caged benzyladenine, as powder. Figure S6. Structure of caged adenine, showing atom numbering system. Figure S7. 1H NMR spectrum of caged adenine,...

Additional file 2 of Genomic trajectories of a near-extinction event in the Chatham Island black robin

Johanna von Seth, Tom van der Valk, Edana Lord, Hanna Sigeman, Remi-André Olsen, Michael Knapp, Olga Kardailsky, Fiona Robertson, Marie Hale, Dave Houston, Euan Kennedy, Love Dalén, Karin Norén, Melanie Massaro, Bruce C. Robertson & Nicolas Dussex
Additional file 2.

Taxonomic revision reveals potential impacts of Black Summer megafires on a cryptic species

Chris Jolly, Harry Moore, Mitchell Cowan, Teigan Cremona, Judy Dunlop, Sarah Legge, Grant Linley, Vivianna Miritis, John Woinarski & Dale Nimmo
Context: Sound taxonomy is the cornerstone of biodiversity conservation. Without a fundamental understanding of species delimitations, as well as their distributions and ecological requirements, our ability to conserve them is drastically impeded. Cryptic species – two or more distinct species currently classified as a single species – present a significant challenge to biodiversity conservation. How do we assess the conservation status and address potential drivers of extinction if we are unaware of a species’ existence?...

Additional file 1 of Physiotherapists’ opinions, barriers, and enablers to providing evidence-based care: a mixed-methods study

Connor Gleadhill, Katarzyna Bolsewicz, Simon R. E. Davidson, Steven J. Kamper, Amanda Tutty, Emma Robson, Priscilla Viana Da Silva, Bruce Donald, Katherine Dooley, Joshua Manvell, Nicole Manvell, Andrew Delbridge & Christopher M. Williams
Additional file 1: Appendix 1.

Additional file 2 of Physiotherapists’ opinions, barriers, and enablers to providing evidence-based care: a mixed-methods study

Connor Gleadhill, Katarzyna Bolsewicz, Simon R. E. Davidson, Steven J. Kamper, Amanda Tutty, Emma Robson, Priscilla Viana Da Silva, Bruce Donald, Katherine Dooley, Joshua Manvell, Nicole Manvell, Andrew Delbridge & Christopher M. Williams
Additional file 2. Online supplement 1.

Additional file 3 of Physiotherapists’ opinions, barriers, and enablers to providing evidence-based care: a mixed-methods study

Connor Gleadhill, Katarzyna Bolsewicz, Simon R. E. Davidson, Steven J. Kamper, Amanda Tutty, Emma Robson, Priscilla Viana Da Silva, Bruce Donald, Katherine Dooley, Joshua Manvell, Nicole Manvell, Andrew Delbridge & Christopher M. Williams
Additional file 3. Online supplement 2.

Physiotherapists’ opinions, barriers, and enablers to providing evidence-based care: a mixed-methods study

Connor Gleadhill, Katarzyna Bolsewicz, Simon R. E. Davidson, Steven J. Kamper, Amanda Tutty, Emma Robson, Priscilla Viana Da Silva, Bruce Donald, Katherine Dooley, Joshua Manvell, Nicole Manvell, Andrew Delbridge & Christopher M. Williams
Abstract Background Physiotherapists deliver evidence-based guideline recommended treatments only half of the time to patients with musculoskeletal conditions. Physiotherapists’ behaviour in clinical practice are influenced by many cognitive, social, and environmental factors including time and financial pressures. Many initiatives aimed at improving physiotherapists’ uptake of evidence-based care have failed to appreciate the context involved in clinical decisions and clinical practice. Therefore, we aimed to describe: i) opinions toward evidence; ii) how evidence is accessed; iii)...

Genomic trajectories of a near-extinction event in the Chatham Island black robin

Johanna von Seth, Tom van der Valk, Edana Lord, Hanna Sigeman, Remi-André Olsen, Michael Knapp, Olga Kardailsky, Fiona Robertson, Marie Hale, Dave Houston, Euan Kennedy, Love Dalén, Karin Norén, Melanie Massaro, Bruce C. Robertson & Nicolas Dussex
Abstract Background Understanding the micro-­evolutionary response of populations to demographic declines is a major goal in evolutionary and conservation biology. In small populations, genetic drift can lead to an accumulation of deleterious mutations, which will increase the risk of extinction. However, demographic recovery can still occur after extreme declines, suggesting that natural selection may purge deleterious mutations, even in extremely small populations. The Chatham Island black robin (Petroica traversi) is arguably the most inbred bird...

Additional file 1 of Genomic trajectories of a near-extinction event in the Chatham Island black robin

Johanna von Seth, Tom van der Valk, Edana Lord, Hanna Sigeman, Remi-André Olsen, Michael Knapp, Olga Kardailsky, Fiona Robertson, Marie Hale, Dave Houston, Euan Kennedy, Love Dalén, Karin Norén, Melanie Massaro, Bruce C. Robertson & Nicolas Dussex
Additional file 1.

Additional file 1 of Genomic trajectories of a near-extinction event in the Chatham Island black robin

Johanna von Seth, Tom van der Valk, Edana Lord, Hanna Sigeman, Remi-André Olsen, Michael Knapp, Olga Kardailsky, Fiona Robertson, Marie Hale, Dave Houston, Euan Kennedy, Love Dalén, Karin Norén, Melanie Massaro, Bruce C. Robertson & Nicolas Dussex
Additional file 1.

Additional file 2 of Genomic trajectories of a near-extinction event in the Chatham Island black robin

Johanna von Seth, Tom van der Valk, Edana Lord, Hanna Sigeman, Remi-André Olsen, Michael Knapp, Olga Kardailsky, Fiona Robertson, Marie Hale, Dave Houston, Euan Kennedy, Love Dalén, Karin Norén, Melanie Massaro, Bruce C. Robertson & Nicolas Dussex
Additional file 2.

Photolysis of caged cytokinin in single cells of Arabidopsis thaliana

Lachlan Dow, Russell A. Barrow, Rosemary G. White & Ulrike Mathesius
Abstract Background Cytokinins are a class of phytohormone that play a crucial role in the development of plants. They are involved in the regulation of nearly every aspect of plant growth, from germination to senescence. The role of cytokinins in many developmental programs is complex and varies both spatially and temporally. Current techniques used to investigate the functions of cytokinins in plant development lack this spatial and temporal resolution required to observe cell-type specific effects....

Additional file 1 of Physiotherapists’ opinions, barriers, and enablers to providing evidence-based care: a mixed-methods study

Connor Gleadhill, Katarzyna Bolsewicz, Simon R. E. Davidson, Steven J. Kamper, Amanda Tutty, Emma Robson, Priscilla Viana Da Silva, Bruce Donald, Katherine Dooley, Joshua Manvell, Nicole Manvell, Andrew Delbridge & Christopher M. Williams
Additional file 1: Appendix 1.

Additional file 2 of Physiotherapists’ opinions, barriers, and enablers to providing evidence-based care: a mixed-methods study

Connor Gleadhill, Katarzyna Bolsewicz, Simon R. E. Davidson, Steven J. Kamper, Amanda Tutty, Emma Robson, Priscilla Viana Da Silva, Bruce Donald, Katherine Dooley, Joshua Manvell, Nicole Manvell, Andrew Delbridge & Christopher M. Williams
Additional file 2. Online supplement 1.

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