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R code and example data for using genogeographic clustering approach

Vanessa Arranz
While in recent years there have been considerable advances in discerning spatial genetic patterns within species, the task of identifying common patterns across species is still challenging. Approaches using new data from co-sampled species permit rigorous statistical analysis but are often limited to a small number of species; meta-analyses of published data can encompass a much broader range of species, but are usually restricted by uneven data properties. There is a need for new approaches...

Population changes in a whale breeding ground revealed by citizen science noninvasive genetics unique microsatellite profiles of southern right whales

Petra Neveceralova, Emma Carroll, Debbie Steel, Els Vermeulen, Simon Elwen & Pavel Hulva
Historical exploitation, and a combination of current anthropogenic impacts, such as climate change and habitat degradation, impact the population dynamics of marine mammalian megafauna. Right whales (Eubalaena spp.) are large cetaceans recovering from hunting, whose reproductive and population growth rate appear to be impacted by climate change. We apply noninvasive genetic methods to monitor southern right whale (E. australis, SRW) and test the application of noninvasive genetics to minimise the observer effects on the population....

Parallel generation of extensive vascular networks with application to an archetypal human kidney model

Luis Fernando Mendes Cury, Maurício Younes-Ibrahim, Pablo Javier Blanco & Gonzalo Daniel Maso Talou
Given the relevance of the inextricable coupling between microcirculation and physiology, and the relation to organ function and disease progression, the construction of synthetic vascular networks for mathematical modelling and computer simulation is becoming an increasingly broad field of research. Building vascular networks that mimic in-vivo morphometry is feasible through algorithms such as constrained constructive optimisation (CCO) and variations. Nevertheless, these methods are limited by the maximum number of vessels to be generated due to...

Data from: Identifying ‘vital attributes’ for assessing disturbance-recovery potential of seafloor communities

Rebecca Gladstone-Gallagher, Judi Hewitt, Simon Thrush, Marco Brustolin, Anna Villnas, Sebastian Valanko & Alf Norkko
Soft-sediment macrofaunal community data used in "Identifying ‘vital attributes’ for assessing disturbance-recovery potential of seafloor communities" in Ecology and Evolution. Data is macrofauna community data from two soft-sediment disturbance recovery experiments conducted in the Tvärminne-Hanko Archipelago in the Baltic Sea, and Kawau Bay in New Zealand.

Additional file 1 of Development of guidelines for school staff on supporting students who self-harm: a Delphi study

Inge Meinhardt, Tania Cargo, Ben Te Maro, Linda Bowden, Sarah Fortune, Sasha Cuthbert, Susanna James, Riley Cook, Tania Papalii, Korotangi Kapa-Kingi, Mariameno Kapa-Kingi, Annabelle Prescott & Sarah Elisabeth Hetrick
Additional file 1.

Additional file 1 of Development of guidelines for school staff on supporting students who self-harm: a Delphi study

Inge Meinhardt, Tania Cargo, Ben Te Maro, Linda Bowden, Sarah Fortune, Sasha Cuthbert, Susanna James, Riley Cook, Tania Papalii, Korotangi Kapa-Kingi, Mariameno Kapa-Kingi, Annabelle Prescott & Sarah Elisabeth Hetrick
Additional file 1.

Additional file 2 of Development of guidelines for school staff on supporting students who self-harm: a Delphi study

Inge Meinhardt, Tania Cargo, Ben Te Maro, Linda Bowden, Sarah Fortune, Sasha Cuthbert, Susanna James, Riley Cook, Tania Papalii, Korotangi Kapa-Kingi, Mariameno Kapa-Kingi, Annabelle Prescott & Sarah Elisabeth Hetrick
Additional file 2.

A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, hybrid parallel-arm study of low-dose naltrexone as an adjunctive anti-inflammatory treatment for major depressive disorder

Julia R. Plank, Stephanie C. Glover, Ben D. Moloney, Nicholas R. Hoeh, Frederick Sundram, Rachael L. Sumner, Suresh Muthukumaraswamy & Joanne C. Lin
Abstract Background Major depressive disorder (MDD) is a leading cause of disability worldwide. The current treatments are ineffective in approximately one-third of patients, resulting in a large economic burden and reduced quality of life for a significant proportion of the global population. There is considerable evidence that increased inflammation may distinguish a sub-type of MDD, and there are no validated diagnostic tools or treatments for neuroinflammation in MDD patients. The current study aims to explore...

Additional file 1 of Influence of management practice on the microbiota of a critically endangered species: a longitudinal study of kākāpō chick faeces and associated nest litter

Annie G. West, Andrew Digby, Gavin Lear & Michael W. Taylor
Additional file 1. Additional information, tables and figures.

Additional file 2 of Influence of management practice on the microbiota of a critically endangered species: a longitudinal study of kākāpō chick faeces and associated nest litter

Annie G. West, Andrew Digby, Gavin Lear & Michael W. Taylor
Additional file 2. Sample metadata table.

Calculating Keratoscopy corneal power.xlsx

Peter Hadden, Misha Vorobyev, Stephanie B. Cassidy, Akilesh Gokul, Samantha Simkin, Henry Tran, Charles McGhee & Jie Zhang
This is how the corneal powers were calculated from the keratoscopy images in this collection

Additional file 1 of Sociodemographic differences in 24-hour time-use behaviours in New Zealand children

Leila Hedayatrad, Tom Stewart, Sarah-Jane Paine, Emma Marks, Caroline Walker & Scott Duncan
Additional file 1: Table S1. Variation array of the four-part activity intensity composition. Table S2. Variation array of the five-part activity type composition.

Additional file 1 of Sociodemographic differences in 24-hour time-use behaviours in New Zealand children

Leila Hedayatrad, Tom Stewart, Sarah-Jane Paine, Emma Marks, Caroline Walker & Scott Duncan
Additional file 1: Table S1. Variation array of the four-part activity intensity composition. Table S2. Variation array of the five-part activity type composition.

Sociodemographic differences in 24-hour time-use behaviours in New Zealand children

Leila Hedayatrad, Tom Stewart, Sarah-Jane Paine, Emma Marks, Caroline Walker & Scott Duncan
Abstract Background The time that children spend in physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and sleep each day (i.e., 24-h time-use behaviours), is related to physical and mental health outcomes. Currently, there is no comprehensive evidence on New Zealand school-aged children’s 24-h time-use behaviours, adherence to the New Zealand 24-h Movement Guidelines, and how these vary among different sociodemographic groups. Methods This study utilises data from the 8-year wave of the Growing Up in New Zealand longitudinal...

Manuscript data

Louise Wilson
This dataset accompanies the manuscript:
Wilson, L. Constantine, R. Pine, M.K., Farcas, A. Radford, C.A. 2022. Small boat sound diminishes the listening spaces of fishes and crustaceans.

Manuscript data

Louise Wilson
This dataset accompanies the manuscript:
Wilson, L. Constantine, R. Pine, M.K., Farcas, A. Radford, C.A. 2022. Small boat sound diminishes the listening spaces of fishes and crustaceans.

Manuscript data

Louise Wilson
This dataset accompanies the manuscript:
Wilson, L. Constantine, R. Pine, M.K., Farcas, A. Radford, C.A. 2022. Small boat sound diminishes the listening spaces of fishes and crustaceans.

SAPROF-SO README

Gwenda Willis, Sharon Kelley & David Thornton
This .txt file provides an overview of materials available in the SAPROF-SO collection, and how they can be accessed.

SAPROF-SO V1 Manual

Gwenda Willis, David Thornton, Sharon Kelley & Michiel de Vries Robbé
The SAPROF-SO V1 manual is intended for use only by clinicians and researchers who have completed SAPROF-SO certification training. The SAPROF-SO V1 manual provides general scoring guidelines, and item specific guidelines. For each item, the manual provides a brief research rationale, description of hypothesized protective mechanisms, bullet point scoring instructions, and scoring examples.

Intervention video material and open-ended response data

Amy Lawrence & Gwenda Willis
Intervention video material featured as part of an anonymous online survey and raw data from two open-ended survey items, measuring affective responses and how viewpoints were challenged by intervention material.

Intervention video material and open-ended response data

Amy Lawrence & Gwenda Willis
Intervention video material featured as part of an anonymous online survey and raw data from two open-ended survey items, measuring affective responses and how viewpoints were challenged by intervention material.

King K201 confocal right cornea

Peter Hadden, Akilesh Gokul, Satya Amirapu, Ratish Kurian, Charles McGhee & Jie Zhang
Right corneal confocal micrographs obtained post mortem from king penguin K201

Little B80231 confocal left cornea

Peter Hadden, Akilesh Gokul, Satya Amirapu, Ratish Kurian, Charles McGhee & Jie Zhang
Left corneal confocal micrographs obtained post mortem from little penguin B80231

King K055 confocal right cornea

Peter Hadden, Akilesh Gokul, Satya Amirapu, Ratish Kurian, Charles McGhee & Jie Zhang
Right corneal confocal micrographs obtained post mortem from king penguin K055

Gentoo G144 confocal left cornea

Peter Hadden, Akilesh Gokul, Satya Amirapu, Ratish Kurian, Charles McGhee & Jie Zhang
Raw data obtained from post mortem examination of Gentoo G144 confocal left cornea

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