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Wewnątrzjęzykowe uwarunkowania zniekształceń wymowy polskich sybilantów palatalnych

Beata Ciecierska-Zajdel

COVID-19 first lockdown as a window into language acquisition: associations between caregiver-child activities and vocabulary gains

Natalia Kartushina, Nivedita Mani, Aslı Aktan-Erciyes, Khadeejah Alaslani, Naomi Aldrich, Alaa Almohammadi, Haifa Alroqi, Lucy Anderson, Elena Andonova, Suzanne Aussems, Mireille Babineau, Mihaela Barokova, Christina Bergmann, Cara Cashon, Stephanie Custode, Alex de Carvalho, Nevena Dimitrova, Agnieszka Dynak, Rola Farah, Christopher Fennell, Anne-Caroline Fiévet, Michael Frank, Margarita Gavrilova, Hila Gendler-Shalev & Shannon Gibson
The COVID-19 pandemic, and the resulting closure of daycare centers worldwide, led to unprecedented changes in children’s learning environments. This period of increased time at home with caregivers, with limited access to external sources (e.g., daycares) provides a unique opportunity to examine the associations between the caregiver-child activities and children’s language development. The vocabularies of 1742 children aged 8-36 months across 13 countries and 12 languages were evaluated at the beginning and end of the...

Structure of rRNA coding genes in Euglenozoa – research data

Paweł Hałakuc
Background:Euglenozoa (Discoba) are known for unorthodox rDNA organization: rDNA may be located on extrachromosomal circles, and 28S rRNA is fragmented into smaller molecules interspersed by additional internal transcribed spacers (ITSs). Diplonemea is one of the main groups of Euglenozoa and its members are among the most abundant and diverse protists in the oceans. Despite that, the rRNA of only one diplonemid species, Diplonema papillatum, has been examined so far and found to exhibit continuous 28S...

The Signifier Cannot Be Detached from the Body

Zofia Dworakowska
The text is a proposal to analyse the film Symphony of the Ursus Factory from three different perspectives: performance studies, qualitative research, and participatory art. Departing from a quote by the director, Jaśmina Wójcik, where she reminisces about her first encounters with the former employees of the factory, the author focuses on the issue of embodied knowledge. Through discussing different moments of the film and its visual and audial strategy, the author also shows how...

Wkład profesorów Szkoły Głównej Wielkiego Księstwa Litewskiego w rozwój przyrodoznawstwa

Janina Kamińska
During the time of the Commission of National Education the former jezuite Academy of Vilnius was restructured and renamed Main School of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. Its rector Marcin Poczobut (1728–1810) took care to make new enlightenment sciences and medicine available to the students. Emphasis was put especially on natural science, which comprised mineralogy, zoology and botany. There were, however, no specialists in Lithuania, so they had to be sought outside.The leading professors of...

Electrically tunable Berry curvature and strong light-matter coupling in liquid crystal microcavities with 2D perovskite

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Experimental data from the article "Tunable by electric field photonic Berry curvature in strongly coupled liquid crystal microcavity with 2D perovskite" by Karolina Łempicka-Mirek et. al. The article is available online in arXiv:2203.05289 [physics.optics] and in Science Advances 2022 (Fig.2, Fig.3, Fig.4 and Fig.5).

PLoS Open Peer Review Corpus

Marcin Miłkowski & Ksawery Jasieński
PLoS Open Peer Review CorpusSection for Logic & Cognitive Science, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of ScienceGenerated by Ksawery Jasieński under supervision of Marcin Miłkowski (2022)Public Library of Science (PLoS) journals are committed to open peer review idea, but these are voluntary. They are not available for download in a single package, but they are contained in their huge data dump.The data set contains all available peer reviews as of 16 June 2022...

Supplementary Data for \"Molecular characterization of a DNA polymerase from Thermus thermophilus MAT72 phage vB_Tt72, a novel type-A family enzyme with strong proofreading activity\" by Dorawa S., Werbowy O., Plotka M., Kaczorowska A.-K., Makowska J., Kozlowski L.P., Fridjonsson O.H., Hreggvidsson G.O., Aevarsson A., Kaczorowski T.

Lukasz P. Kozlowski
Bioinformatics results related to the article "Molecular characterization of a DNA polymerase from Thermus thermophilus MAT72 phage vB_Tt72, a novel type-A family enzyme with strong proofreading activity".├── crude_refinment_models #models from GalaxyRefine│ ├── model_1.pdb│ ├── model_2.pdb│ ├── model_3.pdb│ ├── model_4.pdb│ └── model_5.pdb├── DNA_polymerase_phage_Tt72_model_after_refinement.pdb #final model - PDB format├── DNA_polymerase_phage_Tt72_model_after_refinement.png #final model - USCF Chimera v.1.15 session├── DNA_polymerase_phage_Tt72_model_after_refinement.py├── DNA_polymerase_phage_Tt72_model_after_refinement_section1.png ├── DNA_polymerase_phage_Tt72_model_after_refinement_section2.png├── DNA_polymerase_phage_Tt72_model_before_refinement.pdb├── DNA_polymerase_phage_Tt72_model_before_refinement.py├── Fig2A.odg├── Fig2A.png├── README.txt ├── Tt72_alignment.fas #alignment├── Tt72.avi #Tt72 model animation└── Tt72.fasta #protein sequence

From EFL to CLIL and EMI in Poland: Language Education in Transition

Piotr Romanowski

Data for: Realizing Persistent-Spin-Helix Lasing in the Regime of Rashba-Dresselhaus Spin-Orbit Coupling in a Dye-Filled Liquid-Crystal Optical Microcavity

Marcin Muszyński, Jacek Szczytko, Barbara Piętka, Mateusz Król, Katarzyna Rechcińska, Przemysław Oliwa, Mateusz Kędziora, Karolina Łempicka-Mirek, Rafał Mazur, Przemysław Morawiak, Wiktor Piecek, Przemysław Kula & Pavlos G. Lagoudakis
Experimental data from the article "Realizing Persistent-Spin-Helix Lasing in the Regime of Rashba-Dresselhaus Spin-Orbit Coupling in a Dye-Filled Liquid-Crystal Optical Microcavity" by Marcin Muszyński et. al. The article is available online in arXiv:2109.07338 [physics.optics] and in Physical Review Applied 17, 014041 (2022) (Fig.2, Fig.3, Fig.4 and Fig.5). The optical gain introduced into the liquid crystal optical microcavity system allowed to observe the lasing in the Rashba-Dresselhaus regime and the nonlinear optical persistent spin-helix effect at...

Optical properties of biomass burning aerosol observed in 2013-2020 over Warsaw with a multiwavelength Raman polarization lidar

Łucja Janicka & Iwona Sylwia Stachlewska
The dataset comprises high-level data products obtained from measurements of the multiwavelength aerosol polarization Raman lidar (PollyXT-UW) during the period of 2013 – 2020 in Warsaw, Poland. It contains the set of mean optical properties (with associated uncertainties) of aerosol particles in 62 layers identified for 31 cases of observed biomass burning aerosols advection over Warsaw. The properties are divided into four groups according to the area of the aerosol origin (Western Europe, Eastern Europe,...

Plant herbivore interactions: Combined effect of ground water level, root vole grazing and sedge silicification

Zbigniew Borowski, Karol Zub, Marcin Sulwiński, Małgorzata Suska-Malawska & Marek Konarzewski
1. Accumulation of silica (Si) by plants can driven by (1) herbivore pressure (and therefore, plant-herbivore interactions) (2) geo-hydrological cycles or (3) a combination of (1) and (2), with (1-3) possibly affecting Si concentration with a 1-year delay. 2. To identify the relative significance of (1-3) we analysed the concentration of Si in fibrous tussock sedge (Carex appropinquata), the population density of the root vole (Microtus oeconomus) and the ground water level, over 11 years....

Rational design, optimization, and biological evaluation of novel α-Phosphonopropionic acids as covalent inhibitors of Rab geranylgeranyl transferase

Joanna Małolepsza, Aleksandra Marchwicka, Remigiusz A. Serwa, Sanna P. Niinivehmas, Olli T. Pentikäinen, Edyta Gendaszewska-Darmach & Katarzyna M. Błażewska
Rab geranylgeranyltransferase (GGTase-II, RGGT) catalyses the post-translational modification of eukaryotic Rab GTPases, proteins implicated in several pathologies, including cancer, diabetes, neurodegenerative, and infectious diseases. Thus, RGGT inhibitors are believed to be a potential platform for the development of drugs and tools for studying processes related to the abnormal activity of Rab GTPases. Here, a series of new α-phosphonocarboxylates have been prepared in the first attempt of rational design of covalent inhibitors of RGGT derived from...

Rational design, optimization, and biological evaluation of novel α-Phosphonopropionic acids as covalent inhibitors of Rab geranylgeranyl transferase

Joanna Małolepsza, Aleksandra Marchwicka, Remigiusz A. Serwa, Sanna P. Niinivehmas, Olli T. Pentikäinen, Edyta Gendaszewska-Darmach & Katarzyna M. Błażewska
Rab geranylgeranyltransferase (GGTase-II, RGGT) catalyses the post-translational modification of eukaryotic Rab GTPases, proteins implicated in several pathologies, including cancer, diabetes, neurodegenerative, and infectious diseases. Thus, RGGT inhibitors are believed to be a potential platform for the development of drugs and tools for studying processes related to the abnormal activity of Rab GTPases. Here, a series of new α-phosphonocarboxylates have been prepared in the first attempt of rational design of covalent inhibitors of RGGT derived from...

Additional file 1 of Population dynamics and demographic history of Eurasian collared lemmings

Edana Lord, Aurelio Marangoni, Mateusz Baca, Danijela Popović, Anna V. Goropashnaya, John R. Stewart, Monika V. Knul, Pierre Noiret, Mietje Germonpré, Elodie-Laure Jimenez, Natalia I. Abramson, Sergey Vartanyan, Stefan Prost, Nickolay G. Smirnov, Elena A. Kuzmina, Remi-André Olsen, Vadim B. Fedorov & Love Dalén
Additional file 1: Table S1. Modern Nuclear Genome sample information. Table S2. Ancient Mitogenome Sample Information. Table S3. Modern Mitogenome Sample Information. Table S4. Divergence times for each node in the phylogenetic tree estimated using BEAST. Table S5. The priors used to specify tip-date information for each ancient sample in the phylogenetic analysis. Table S6. Demographic Modelling using Approximate Bayesian Computation. Table S7. Marginal Likelihood Estimation for demographic models: constant size, skyline, skyride. Table S8....

Additional file 2 of Population dynamics and demographic history of Eurasian collared lemmings

Edana Lord, Aurelio Marangoni, Mateusz Baca, Danijela Popović, Anna V. Goropashnaya, John R. Stewart, Monika V. Knul, Pierre Noiret, Mietje Germonpré, Elodie-Laure Jimenez, Natalia I. Abramson, Sergey Vartanyan, Stefan Prost, Nickolay G. Smirnov, Elena A. Kuzmina, Remi-André Olsen, Vadim B. Fedorov & Love Dalén
Additional file 2: Supplementary materials and methods. Information regarding supplemental methods. Figure S1. PSMC plot for Dicrostonyx torquatus using three different mutation rates estimated for mouse (Mus musculus).

GCM-based monthly patterns of local meteorological change, per degree of mean land warming, for driving the IMOGEN impacts model

P. Zelazowski, C. Huntingford, L.M. Mercado & N. Schaller
This dataset consists of monthly spatial patterns of meteorological change for 22 Global Circulation Models (GCMs). The patterns are a set of regression coefficients, each representing the change per degree of mean global warming over land, for the corresponding meteorological variable. The meteorological variables analysed for each GCM include: surface temperature change per degree global warming (K/K); surface relative humidity change per degree global warming (%/K); wind change per degree global warming (m/s/K); longwave change...

Data from: Predicting bird phenology from space: satellite-derived vegetation green-up signal uncovers spatial variation in phenological synchrony between birds and their environment

Ella F. Cole, Peter R. Long, Przemyslaw Zelazowski, Marta Szulkin & Ben C. Sheldon
Population-level studies of how tit species (Parus spp.) track the changing phenology of their caterpillar food source have provided a model system allowing inference into how populations can adjust to changing climates, but are often limited because they implicitly assume all individuals experience similar environments. Ecologists are increasingly using satellite-derived data to quantify aspects of animals' environments, but so far studies examining phenology have generally done so at large spatial scales. Considering the scale at...

Data from: Wolves at the crossroad: fission-fusion range biogeography in the Western Carpathians and Central Europe

Pavel Hulva, Barbora Černá Bolfíková, Vendula Woznicová, Milena Jindřichová, Markéta Benešová, Robert W. Myslajek, Sabina Nowak, Maciej Szewczyk, Natalia Niedzwiecka, Michał Figura, Andrea Hájková, Atilla D. Sándor, Vladimír Zyka, Dušan Romportl, Miroslav Kutal, Slavomír Finďo & Vladimír Antal
Aim: Population fragmentation represents a leitmotif of conservation biology, but the impact of population reconnection is less well studied. The recent recolonization of large carnivores in Europe is a good model for studying this phenomenon. We aim to show novel data regarding distribution and population genetic structure of the grey wolf in Central Europe, a region considered a frequent crossroad and contact zone of different phylogeographic lineages, in a biogeographic context. Location: Western Carpathians, Central...

Data from: Great tits and the city: distribution of genomic diversity and gene-environment associations along an urbanization gradient

Charles Perrier, Ana Lozano Del Campo, Marta Szulkin, Virginie Demeyrier, Arnaud Gregoire & Anne Charmantier
Urbanization is a growing concern challenging the evolutionary potential of wild populations by reducing genetic diversity and imposing new selection regimes affecting many key fitness traits. However, genomic footprints of urbanization have received little attention so far. Using RAD sequencing, we investigated the genome-wide effects of urbanization on neutral and adaptive genomic diversity in 140 adult great tits Parus major collected in locations with contrasted urbanization levels (from a natural forest to highly urbanized areas...

Data from: An exceptionally preserved Jurassic skink suggests lizard diversification preceded fragmentation of Pangaea

Mateusz Tałanda
The present distribution of lizards is usually explained as a result of relatively recent global events, i.e. faunal turnovers or exchanges within and between particular continents mostly connected with glaciations and land-bridges. However, today’s disjunct distribution of the North American Xantusiidae and African Cordyliformes (close relatives of skinks) does not fit generally accepted biogeographic patterns. A new exquisitely preserved specimen of the Late Jurassic lizard Ardeosaurus brevipes from the Solnhofen area, Germany sheds some light...

Data from: Long term effects of superoxide and DNA repair on lizard telomeres

Mats Olsson, Christopher R. Friesen, Nicky Rollings, Joanna Sudyka, Willow Lindsay, Camilla M. Whittington & Mark Wilson
Telomeres are the non-coding protein-nucleotide ‘caps’ at chromosome ends that contribute to chromosomal stability by protecting the coding parts of the linear DNA from shortening at cell division, and from erosion by reactive molecules. Recently, there has been some controversy between molecular and cell biologists, on the one hand, and evolutionary ecologists on the other, regarding whether reactive molecules erode telomeres during oxidative stress. Many studies of biochemistry and medicine have verified these relationships in...

Global gradients in intraspecific variation in vegetative and floral traits are partially associated with climate and species richness

Jonas Kuppler, Cécile H. Albert, Gregory M. Ames, W. Scott Armbruster, Gerhard Boenisch, Florian C. Boucher, Diane R. Campbell, Liedson T. Carneiro, Eduardo Chacón-Madrigal, Brian J. Enquist, Carlos R. Fonseca, José M. Gómez, Antoine Guisan, Pedro Higuchi, Dirk N. Karger, Jens Kattge, Michael Kleyer, Nathan J. B. Kraft, Anne-Amélie C. Larue-Kontić, Amparo Lázaro, Martin Lechleitner, Deirdre Loughnan, Vanessa Minden, Ülo Niinemets, Gerhard E. Overbeck … & Robert R. Junker
Aim Intraspecific trait variation (ITV) within natural plant communities can be large, influencing local ecological processes and dynamics. Here, we shed light on how ITV in vegetative and floral traits responds to large-scale abiotic and biotic gradients (i.e. climate and species richness). Specifically, we tested if associations of ITV with temperature, precipitation and species richness were consistent with any of from four hypotheses relating to stress-tolerance and competition. Furthermore, we estimated the degree of correlation...

Powrót twórcy. Majakowski//Reaktywacja Andrzeja Sadowskiego

Jadwiga Gracla
In this article author discusses the play/performance of Andrzej Sadowski Mayakovski reactivation. In the structure of the performance, he notices elements of the poet’s biography, elements taken from a computer game, elements referring to Majakowski’s texts (intertext). All this makes the performance become a kind of game with Majakowski’s texts and at the same time plays with contemporary conventions, expressed in the form of virtual reality. It also creates a reality referring to alternative history

Sprawa Józefa J. Polsko-niemieckie spory o reportaż sceniczny Eleonory Kalkowskiej

Anna Dżabagina
The article discusses the background of Eleonora Kalkowska’s best-known play, Sprawa Jakubowskiego [The Case of Jakubowski], 1929. It is also a reconstruction of the work’s reception in Poland and Germany. The diplomatic materials uncovered in the archives, which shed a new light on the trial of a Polish farm labourer sentenced to death in the Weimar Republic, draw out a broader context and the political tensions surrounding the writer’s stage debut. The author of the...

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