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The Digital Religion Yearbook 2021

Heidi Campbell

Phenotypic variation and genome-wide association studies of main culm panicle node number, maximum node production rate, and degree-days to heading in rice

Darlene Sanchez, Stanley Omar Samonte, Jasper Benedict Alpuerto, Peyton Croaker, Karina Morales, Yubin Yang, Lloyd Wilson, Rodante Tabien, Zongbu Yan, Michael Thomson & Endang Septiningsih
To understand the genetic basis of main culm panicle node number, maximum node production rate, and degree-days to heading in rice (Oryza sativa), we conducted genome-wide association studies using a diversity panel of 220 rice accessions and 854,832 SNP markers generated using genotyping-by-sequencing (GBS), with 1X coverage. The raw genotype data was filtered, selecting single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) having less than 50% missing data and minimum allele frequency (MAF) >5%. After initial filtering, imputation was...

Actionable Information - Research Briefs - 6 - Estimation of excess mortality associated with COVID-19 for Mexico and the U.S.

Graciela Gonzalez-Farias, Jose Ulises Marquez-Urbina, Roman Castillo-Casanova, Carlos Pineda-Antunez, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Miriam Olivares & Maria Jose Perez-Patron

Design, Development, Implementation and Operation of CBTS-SGL Data Lake System to Produce Risk Analytics of Supply Chains Impacted by COVID-19 and Other Converging Threats

Guillermo Duran Sierra, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Oscar Sanchez-Siordia, Minerva Rojas-Solis, Miriam Olivares, Maria Jose Perez-Patron, Juan Pablo Alvarado & Enrique Zarate-Losoya

Habitat complexity and complex signal function – exploring the role of ornamentation

Dustin Wilgers, J. Colton Watts & Eileen Hebets
Animals often communicate in complex, heterogeneous environments, leading to hypothesized selection for increased detectability or discriminability in signaling traits. The extent to which secondary sexual ornaments have evolved to overcome the challenges of signaling in complex environments, however, remains understudied, especially in comparison to their role as indicator traits. This study tested the hypothesis that the condition-dependent secondary sexual ornamentation in the wolf spider Rabidosa rabida functions to increase detectability/discriminability in visually complex environments. We...

Actionable Information - Research Briefs - 4 - Literature Review on the Impact of Natural Threats on Supply Chains

Alexi Allen, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Juan Pablo Alvarado & Enrique Zarate-Losoya

ISIMIP3b ocean input data

Matthias Büchner
The Inter-Sectoral Impact Model Intercomparison Project (ISIMIP) provides a framework for the collation of a consistent set of climate impact data across sectors and scales. It also provides a unique opportunity for considering interactions between climate change impacts across sectors through consistent scenarios.
The ISIMIP3b part of the third simulation round is dedicated to a quantification of climate-related risks at different levels of global warming and socio-economic change. ISIMIP3b group I simulations are based on historical...

Book of Abstracts IUTAM Symposium in Warsaw

K. Kowalczyk-Gajewska, A. Srivastava & M. Kursa

Additional file 1 of Periviscerokinin (Cap2b; CAPA) receptor silencing in females of Rhipicephalus microplus reduces survival, weight and reproductive output

Juan P. Wulff, Kevin B. Temeyer, Jason P. Tidwell, Kristie G. Schlechte, Kimberly H. Lohmeyer & Patricia V. Pietrantonio
Additional file 1: Data S1. Nucleotide sequences of the Rhimi-CAP2bR (KC614697.1), two Rhimi-CAP2bR clones (clones #4 and #6) both identical to the original KC614697.1 cDNA, and a 5’-RACE PCR sequence obtained to extend the 5’-UTR region of the R. microplus periviscerokinin receptor. An alignment between the R. microplus genome (isolate Rmic-2018 chromosome 3, ASM1333972v1, NC_051167.1) and the R. microplus periviscerokinin receptor extended RACE-5’-UTR fragment (Accession number OP191701) is provided.

Additional file 2 of Periviscerokinin (Cap2b; CAPA) receptor silencing in females of Rhipicephalus microplus reduces survival, weight and reproductive output

Juan P. Wulff, Kevin B. Temeyer, Jason P. Tidwell, Kristie G. Schlechte, Kimberly H. Lohmeyer & Patricia V. Pietrantonio
Additional file 2: Data S2. Nucleotide sequences of the Rhimi-CAP2bR (KC614697.1) and the extended Rhimi-CAP2bR 5’-UTR sequence. The dsRNAs used for Rhimi-CAP2bR silencing are displayed on these sequences. Further, an EMBO-Clustal Omega 1.2.4 multiple sequence alignment between KC614697.1 sequence and R. microplus periviscerokinin receptor RACE 5’-UTR fragment (R-5’CAP2bR) (Accession number OP191701) is provided.

Additional file 5 of Periviscerokinin (Cap2b; CAPA) receptor silencing in females of Rhipicephalus microplus reduces survival, weight and reproductive output

Juan P. Wulff, Kevin B. Temeyer, Jason P. Tidwell, Kristie G. Schlechte, Kimberly H. Lohmeyer & Patricia V. Pietrantonio
Additional file 5: Table S2. Pictures of ticks showing feeding progression from days 6 to 11 (December 2019), or from days 5 to 14 (July 2021) for all treatments.

Additional file 3 of Periviscerokinin (Cap2b; CAPA) receptor silencing in females of Rhipicephalus microplus reduces survival, weight and reproductive output

Juan P. Wulff, Kevin B. Temeyer, Jason P. Tidwell, Kristie G. Schlechte, Kimberly H. Lohmeyer & Patricia V. Pietrantonio
Additional file 3: Data S3. NCBI-BLASTn searches to check for possible off-target effects of the Rhimi-CAP2bR dsRNA sequences. Only two short identical sequences to ds956-1109 were found to be ≤ 15 nt in length, which is not sufficient to cause off-target RNAi effects.

Periviscerokinin (Cap2b; CAPA) receptor silencing in females of Rhipicephalus microplus reduces survival, weight and reproductive output

Juan P. Wulff, Kevin B. Temeyer, Jason P. Tidwell, Kristie G. Schlechte, Kimberly H. Lohmeyer & Patricia V. Pietrantonio
Abstract Background The cattle fever tick, Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus, is a vector of pathogens causative of babesiosis and anaplasmosis, both highly lethal bovine diseases that affect cattle worldwide. In Ecdysozoa, neuropeptides and their G-protein-coupled receptors play a critical integrative role in the regulation of all physiological processes. However, the physiological activity of many neuropeptides is still unknown in ticks. Periviscerokinins (CAP2b/PVKs) are neuropeptides associated with myotropic and diuretic activities in insects. These peptides have been...

Additional file 3 of Periviscerokinin (Cap2b; CAPA) receptor silencing in females of Rhipicephalus microplus reduces survival, weight and reproductive output

Juan P. Wulff, Kevin B. Temeyer, Jason P. Tidwell, Kristie G. Schlechte, Kimberly H. Lohmeyer & Patricia V. Pietrantonio
Additional file 3: Data S3. NCBI-BLASTn searches to check for possible off-target effects of the Rhimi-CAP2bR dsRNA sequences. Only two short identical sequences to ds956-1109 were found to be ≤ 15 nt in length, which is not sufficient to cause off-target RNAi effects.

sj-docx-1-acr-10.1177_02841851211043839 - Supplemental material for Clinical evaluation of AI software for rib fracture detection and its impact on junior radiologist performance

Xiang Liu, Dijia Wu, Huihui Xie, Yufeng Xu, Lin Liu, Xiaofeng Tao & Xiaoying Wang
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-acr-10.1177_02841851211043839 for Clinical evaluation of AI software for rib fracture detection and its impact on junior radiologist performance by Xiang Liu, Dijia Wu, Huihui Xie, Yufeng Xu, Lin Liu, Xiaofeng Tao and Xiaoying Wang in Acta Radiologica

Is Internalized Racism One More Piece of the Puzzle in Racial Disparities in Prosecution?

Besiki Luka Kutateladze & Lin Liu
Although diversifying the criminal justice apparatus may yield more equitable outcomes, empirical tests of how prosecutors’ race affects their decisions are limited. Informed by Internalized Racism Theory (IRT), we hypothesized that Black prosecutors would be most punitive toward Black defendants, followed by Latino/a defendants, and least toward White and Asian defendants. Employing hierarchical logistic modelling, we analyzed data from a large prosecutorial office to examine the extent to which prosecutors’ race is associated with racial...

Additional file 1 of Rare disease curative care expenditure-financing scheme-health provider–beneficiary group analysis: an empirical study in Sichuan Province, China

Jia Li, Lian Yang, Yitong Zhang, Hailun Liao, Yuan Ma & Qun Sun
Additional file 1. Distribution of sample institutions in Sichuan Province in 2018.

Protective effect of brain-derived neurotrophic factor and neurotrophin-3 overexpression by adipose-derived stem cells combined with silk fibroin/chitosan scaffold in spinal cord injury

Wen-Chen Ji, Meng Li, Wan-Ting Jiang, Xing Ma & Jia Li
Objectives: Spinal cord injury (SCI) is a most debilitating traumatic injury, and cytotherapy is a promising alternative treatment strategy. Here we investigated the effect and mechanism of adipose-derived stem/stromal cells (ASCs) with overexpressing brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) and neurotrophin-3 (NT3) (BDNF-NT3) in combination with silk fibroin/chitosan scaffold (SFCS) in SCI. Methods: Female Sprague-Dawley rats were used as an SCI model. SFCS,SFCS and ASCs, or ASCs overexpressing NT3, BDNF, and BDNF-NT3 were implanted into SCI rats....

Block-wise Variable Selection for Clustering via Latent States of Mixture Models

Beomseok Seo, Lin Lin & Jia Li
Mixture modeling is a major paradigm for clustering in statistics. In this paper, we develop a new block-wise variable selection method for clustering by exploiting the latent states of the hidden Markov model on variable blocks or the Gaussian mixture model. The variable blocks are formed by depth-first-search on a dendrogram created based on the mutual information between any pair of variables. It is demonstrated that the latent states of the variable blocks together with...

Convergence on reduced aggression through shared behavioral traits in multiple populations of Astyanax mexicanus

Roberto Rodriguez-Morales, Paola Gonzalez-Lerma, Anders Yuiska, Ji Heon Han, Yolanda Guerra, Lina Crisostomo, Alex C. Keene, Erik R. Duboue & Johanna E. Kowalko
Abstract Background Aggression is observed across the animal kingdom, and benefits animals in a number of ways to increase fitness and promote survival. While aggressive behaviors vary widely across populations and can evolve as an adaptation to a particular environment, the complexity of aggressive behaviors presents a challenge to studying the evolution of aggression. The Mexican tetra, Astyanax mexicanus exists as an aggressive river-dwelling surface form and multiple populations of a blind cave form, some...

Additional file 2 of Convergence on reduced aggression through shared behavioral traits in multiple populations of Astyanax mexicanus

Roberto Rodriguez-Morales, Paola Gonzalez-Lerma, Anders Yuiska, Ji Heon Han, Yolanda Guerra, Lina Crisostomo, Alex C. Keene, Erik R. Duboue & Johanna E. Kowalko
Supplementary Material 2

Additional file 4 of Convergence on reduced aggression through shared behavioral traits in multiple populations of Astyanax mexicanus

Roberto Rodriguez-Morales, Paola Gonzalez-Lerma, Anders Yuiska, Ji Heon Han, Yolanda Guerra, Lina Crisostomo, Alex C. Keene, Erik R. Duboue & Johanna E. Kowalko
Supplementary Material 4

Additional file 5 of Convergence on reduced aggression through shared behavioral traits in multiple populations of Astyanax mexicanus

Roberto Rodriguez-Morales, Paola Gonzalez-Lerma, Anders Yuiska, Ji Heon Han, Yolanda Guerra, Lina Crisostomo, Alex C. Keene, Erik R. Duboue & Johanna E. Kowalko
Supplementary Material 5

Additional file 6 of Convergence on reduced aggression through shared behavioral traits in multiple populations of Astyanax mexicanus

Roberto Rodriguez-Morales, Paola Gonzalez-Lerma, Anders Yuiska, Ji Heon Han, Yolanda Guerra, Lina Crisostomo, Alex C. Keene, Erik R. Duboue & Johanna E. Kowalko
Supplementary Material 6

Additional file 4 of Mapping of Candidate Genes in Response to Low Nitrogen in Rice Seedlings

Jia Li, Wei Xin, Weiping Wang, Shijiao Zhao, Lu Xu, Xingdong Jiang, Yuxuan Duan, Hongliang Zheng, Luomiao Yang, Hualong Liu, Yan Jia, Detang Zou & Jingguo Wang
Additional file 4: Table S3. Significant associated loci.

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