5 Works

Dataset: Growth of Ta2SnO6 Films, a Candidate Wide-Band-Gap p‐Type Oxide

Matthew Barone, Michael mfoody, Yaoqiao HU, Jiaxin Sun, Bailey Frye, S. Sameera Perera, Biwas Subedi, Hanjong Paik, Jonathan Hollin, Myoungho Jeong, Kiyoung Lee, Charles Winter, Nikolas Podraza, Kyeongjae Cho, Adam Hock & Darrell Schlom
Raw data cited by "Growth of Ta2SnO6 Films, a Candidate Wide-Band-Gap p-Type Oxide" https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcc.1c10382

Concordant patterns of morphological, stable isotope, and genetic variation in a recent ecological radiation (Salmonidae:Coregonus spp.)

Moisés Bernal, Daniel Yule, Wendylee Stott, Lori Evrard, Thomas Dowling & Trevor Krabbenhoft
Groups of sympatric taxa with low inter-specific genetic differentiation, but considerable ecological differences, offer great opportunities to study the dynamics of divergence and speciation. This is the case of ciscoes (Coregonus spp.) in the Laurentian Great Lakes, which are characterized by a complex evolutionary history and are commonly described as having undergone an adaptive radiation. In this study, morphometrics, stable isotopes and transcriptome sequencing were used to study the relationships within the Coregonus artedi complex...

Entropy driven order in an array of nanomagnets

Hilal Saglam, Ayhan Duzgun, Aikaterini Kargioti, Nikhil Harle, Xiaoyu Zhang, Nicholas Bingham, Yuyang Lao, Ian Gilbert, Joseph Sklenar, Justin Watts, Justin Ramberger, Daniel Bromley, Rajesh Chopdekar, Liam O’Brien, Chris Leighton, Cristiano Nisoli & Peter Schiffer
Long-range ordering, while typically understood as a decrease in entropy, can also be driven by increasing system entropy in certain special cases. We demonstrate that artificial spin ice arrays of single-domain nanomagnets can be designed to produce entropy-driven order. We probe thermally active tetris artificial spin ice, known to have a zero point Pauli entropy, both experimentally and through simulations. We find two-dimensional magnetic ordering in one subset of the nanomagnet moments, which we demonstrate...

Data from: Habitat isolation reduces intra- and interspecific biodiversity and stability

Christopher Steiner & Mitra Asgari
Fragmentation is predicted to reduce biodiversity and stability by increasing habitat isolation and impeding dispersal among patches. These effects may manifest at both the interspecific and intraspecific levels, yet few studies have simultaneously explored dispersal effects across levels of organization. We used field mesocosm experiments to examine how habitat isolation (in the form of dispersal rate) alters inter- and intraspecific stability and diversity in local zooplankton communities. We observed effects of increasing dispersal rate at...

Beyond bold versus shy: Zebrafish exploratory behavior falls into several behavioral clusters and is influenced by strain and sex

Neha Rajput, Kush Parikh & Justin Kenney
Individual differences in exploratory behavior have been found across a range of taxa and are thought to contribute to evolutionary fitness. Animals that explore more of a novel environment and visit areas of high predation risk are considered bold, whereas animals with the opposite behavioral pattern are shy. Here, we determined whether this bimodal characterization of bold versus shy adequately captures the breadth of behavioral variation in zebrafish or if there are more than these...

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