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Data from: Whole-body photoreceptor networks are independent of ‘lenses’ in brittle stars

Lauren Sumner-Rooney, Imran A. Rahman, Julia D. Sigwart & Esther Ullrich-Lüter
Photoreception and vision are fundamental aspects of animal sensory biology and ecology, but important gaps remain in our understanding of these processes in many species. The colour-changing brittle star Ophiocoma wendtii is iconic in vision research, speculatively possessing a unique whole-body visual system that incorporates information from nerve bundles underlying thousands of crystalline ‘microlenses’. The hypothesis that these form a sophisticated compound eye-like system regulated by chromatophore movement has been extensively reiterated, with consequent investigations...

Sumner-Rooney et al. S2

Lauren Sumner-Rooney, Imran Rahman, Julia Sigwart & Esther Ullrich-Lüter
Arm segments from Ophiocoma echinata. The 3D data included here were generated from x-ray tomography scans of specimens of brittle stars Ophiocoma wendtii, Ophiocoma echinata and Ophiocoma pumila. For full methodology, please refer to the Method Details text. All models are downsized for practicality in PDF form; STL files with full detail are available on request. 3D files require Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat Reader (v. 7 or higher) for full interactive functionality. Use left-click to...

Plant traits and plant-frugivore interactions data

Maria Florencia Miguel, Pedro Jordano, Solana Tabeni & Claudia Campos
Data collected in the field to assess plant-frugivore interactions and plant traits. The methodologies used were: Camera traps to quantify the number of visits and the number of fruits removed by each frugivore species at each Prosopis flexuosa tree and, vegetation transects using the modified point quadrat method at the microhabitat and habitat scales. Plant traits include individual tree characteristics, neighborhood description, microhabitat and habitat variables.

pollen deposition data

Jamie R. Stavert, David E. Pattemore, Ignasi Bartomeus, Anne C. Gaskett & Jacqueline R. Beggs
This file contains pollinator visitation rate and pollen deposition data.

Data from: Dataset of human medial temporal lobe single neuron activity during declarative memory encoding and recognition

Mailys C. M. Faraut, April A. Carlson, Shannon Sullivan, Oana Tudusciuc, Ian Ross, Chrystal M. Reed, Jeffrey M. Chung, Adam N. Mamelak & Ueli Rutishauser
We present a dataset of 1,576 single neurons recorded from the human amygdala and hippocampus in 65 sessions from 42 patients undergoing intracranial monitoring for localization of epileptic seizures. Subjects performed a recognition memory task with pictures as stimuli. Subjects were asked to identify whether they had seen a particular image the first time (‘new’) or second time (‘old’) on a 1–6 confidence scale. This comprehensive dataset includes the spike times of all neurons and...

Data, Code, Stimuli

Mailys Faraut, April Carlson, Shannon Sullivan, Oana Tudusciuc, Ian Ross, Chrystan Reed, Jeffrey Chung, Adam Mamelak & Ueli Rutishauser
This file contains a set of 1576 single neurons recorded from the human MTL during a recognition memory "new/old" task with confidence ratings. This data was acquired using hybrid depth electrodes from human epilepsy patients undergoing invasive monitoring for localizing seizures. All data is provided in *.mat files (Matlab format). Also part of this file is code that reproduces the plots of the data descriptor and the stimuli (images) shown to patients. Please refer to...

Data from: Genomewide association analyses of fitness traits in captive-reared Chinook salmon: applications in evaluating conservation strategies

Charles D. Waters, Jeffrey J. Hard, Marine S.O. Brieuc, David E. Fast, Kenneth I. Warheit, Curtis M. Knudsen, William J. Bosch, Kerry A. Naish & Marine S. O. Brieuc
A novel application of genome-wide association analyses is to use trait-associated loci to monitor the effects of conservation strategies on potentially adaptive genetic variation. Comparisons of fitness between captive- and wild-origin individuals, for example, do not reveal how captive rearing affects genetic variation underlying fitness traits or which traits are most susceptible to domestication selection. Here, we used data collected across four generations to identify loci associated with six traits in adult Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus...

Data from: Influence of northern limit range on genetic diversity and structure in a widespread North American tree, sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marshall)

Noémie Graignic, Francine Tremblay & Yves Bergeron
Due to climate change, the ranges of many North-American tree species are expected to shift northward. Sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marshall) reaches its northern continuous distributional limit in north-eastern North America at the transition between boreal mixed-wood and temperate deciduous forests. We hypothesized that marginal fragmented northern populations from the boreal mixed-wood would have a distinct pattern of genetic structure and diversity. We analyzed 18 microsatellite loci variation in 23 populations distributed along three latitudinal...

2013-2015 fsa Files

Jacob Lasala, Colin Hughes & Jeanette Wyneken
.fsa Files for nests analyzed on Sanibel Island from 2013-2015

Data from: Co-occurring expression and methylation QTLs allow detection of common causal variants and shared biological mechanisms

Brandon L. Pierce, Lin Tong, Maria Argos, Kathryn Demanelis, Farzana Jasmine, Muhammad Rakibuz-Zaman, Golam Sarwarq, , Hasan Shahriar, Tariqul Islam, Mahfuzar Rahman, , Muhammad G. Kibriya, Lin S. Chen & Habibul Ahsan
Inherited genetic variation affects local gene expression and DNA methylation in humans. Most expression quantitative trait loci (cis-eQTLs) occur at the same genomic location as methylation QTLs (cis-meQTLs), suggesting a common causal variant and shared mechanism. Using DNA and RNA from peripheral blood of Bangladeshi individuals, here we use co-localization methods to identify eQTL-meQTL pairs likely to share a causal variant. We use partial correlation and mediation analyses to identify >400 of these pairs showing...

Supplementary material

Muhammad Farooq Saleem Khan, Jing Wu, Liu Bo, Cheng Cheng, Mona Akbar, Yidi Chai & Aisha Memon

Data from: Ant mosaics in Bornean primary rain forest high canopy depend on spatial scale, time of day, and sampling method

Kalsum M. Yusah, William A. Foster, Glen Reynolds & Tom M. Fayle
Background: Competitive interactions in biological communities can be thought of as giving rise to “assembly rules” that dictate the species that are able to co-exist. Ant communities in tropical canopies often display a particular pattern, an “ant mosaic”, in which competition between dominant ant species results in a patchwork of mutually exclusive territories. Although ant mosaics have been well-documented in plantation landscapes, their presence in pristine tropical forests remained contentious until recently. Here we assess...

Appendices for Yusah et al (2018)

Kalsum M. Yusah, William A. Foster, Glen Reynolds & Tom M. Fayle
R code for analysis of within and between tree co-occurrence of ant species and data to be used with this analysis.

CCSReads_DS-PBBC2

Paul DN Hebert, Thomas WA Braukmann, Sean WJ Prosser, Sujeevan Ratnasingham, Jeremy R DeWaard, Natalia V Ivanova, Daniel H Janzen, Winnie Hallwachs, Suresh Naik, Jayme E Sones & Evgeny V Zakharov
Sequel CCS reads for 99%, 99.9%, and 99.99% partitions of data set DS-PBBC2.

mBRAVE_DS-PBBC4

Paul DN Hebert, Thomas WA Braukmann, Sean WJ Prosser, Sujeevan Ratnasingham, Jeremy R DeWaard, Natalia V Ivanova, Daniel H Janzen, Winnie Hallwachs, Suresh Naik, Jayme E Sones & Evgeny V Zakharov
mBRAVE output for data set DS-PBBC4.

Stereo processed 1 ms-1

L. Christoffer Johansson, Masateru Maeda, Per Henningsson & Anders Hedenström
Vector fields of the wake of pied flycatchers flying in a wind tunnel. Dat files containing columns of x, y, z coordinates in mm and the corresponding velocity components (Vx, Vy, Vz in ms-1). The coordinate system is right handed with x is horizontally to the right, y is vertically upwards and z is out of the xy-plane.

Stereo processed 3 ms-1

L. Christoffer Johansson, Masateru Maeda, Per Henningsson & Anders Hedenström
Vector fields of the wake of pied flycatchers flying in a wind tunnel. Dat files containing columns of x, y, z coordinates in mm and the corresponding velocity components (Vx, Vy, Vz in ms-1). The coordinate system is right handed with x is horizontally to the right, y is vertically upwards and z is out of the xy-plane.

Stereo processed 9 ms-1

L. Christoffer Johansson, Masateru Maeda, Per Henningsson & Anders Hedenström
Vector fields of the wake of pied flycatchers flying in a wind tunnel. Dat files containing columns of x, y, z coordinates in mm and the corresponding velocity components (Vx, Vy, Vz in ms-1). The coordinate system is right handed with x is horizontally to the right, y is vertically upwards and z is out of the xy-plane.

Pathways and costs incurred by new adult pulmonary tuberculosis patients prior to anti-tuberculosis treatment

Karun Sandeep Veesa
This study used the pre-treatment pathways and costing data collected for the larger study- "Community Volunteers, Solidarity and Case management of Tuberculosis" conducted in rural south India.

Data from: Precision grip control while walking down a step in children with unilateral cerebral palsy

Daniela Ebner-Karestinos, Benoît Flament, Carlyne Arnould, Jean L. Thonnard, Yannick Bleyenheuft & Jean-Louis Thonnard
Aim. To compare grip force (GF) and load force (LF) coordination while walking down a step between children with unilateral cerebral palsy (UCP) and typically developing (TD) children. Methods. Twenty-five children with UCP (age 9.3±1.7 y) and 25 TD controls (age 9.4±2.1 y) walked down a step while holding a grip-lift manipulandum. Dynamic and temporal variables were analyzed. The maximum voluntary contraction (MVC) was also assessed. Results. The temporal course was perturbed mainly in the...

De Jong and Fowler data archive

Gabriel De Jong & Norma Fowler
The first worksheet in this Excel file has the data we analyzed for this paper. The second worksheet in this Excel file has metadata (variable codes, etc.) for this data set.

Data from: Irisin, physical activity and fitness status in healthy humans: no association under resting conditions in a cross-sectional study

Nathalie Biniaminov, Susanne Bandt, Alexander Roth, Sascha Haertel, Rainer Neumann & Achim Bub
Regular physical activity and physical fitness are closely related to a positive health status in humans. In this context, the muscle becomes more important due to its function as an endocrine organ. Muscle tissue secretes "myokines" in response to physical activity and it is speculated that these myokines are involved in physical activity induced positive health effects. Recently, the newly discovered myokine Irisin thought to be secreted by the muscle in response to physical activity...

mpr_shuffle R script

Isaac Scott Winkler
script that performs permutation to test whether observed difference between proportion of old vs. young splits associated with host shifts or regional dispersal is greater than expected under a null distribution of shuffled character states

Data from: Duetting behavior in a Neotropical ovenbird: sexual and seasonal variation and adaptive signaling functions

Pedro Diniz, , Michael S. Webster & Regina H. Macedo
Duetting is a collective behavior and might have multiple functions, including joint territory defense and mate guarding. An important step toward understanding the adaptive function of bird song is to determine if and how singing behavior varies seasonally. However, seasonal patterns for duetting species are different from the pattern described for species in which only the male sings, because song function may vary according to sex, singing role (initiator vs. responder) and level of duet...

Cascadae_Supplemental_Table_3_Negitive_Co_occurance_w_Bd

Jordan G. Kueneman, Sophie Weiss & Valerie J. McKenzie
Cascadae_Supplemental_Table_3_Negitive_Co_occurance_w_Bd

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