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Online Labour Index: Measuring the Online Gig Economy for Policy and Research

Otto Kässi, Martin Hadley & Vili Lehdonvirta
Data repository for the data underlying the Online Labour Index. See http://ilabour.oii.ox.ac.uk online-labour-index/ for details.

MOESM3 of Regulation of carotenogenesis in the red yeast Xanthophyllomyces dendrorhous: the role of the transcriptional co-repressor complex Cyc8–Tup1 involved in catabolic repression

Pamela Córdova, Jennifer Alcaíno, Natalia Bravo, Salvador Barahona, Dionisia Sepúlveda, María Fernández-Lobato, Marcelo Baeza & Víctor Cifuentes
Additional file 3: Figure S1. HPLC analysis of carotenoid composition of X. dendrorhous wild-type, 385cyc8 − and 385tup1 − strains. For each strain, a representative sample obtained at the late stationary phase of growth is shown. Values are the percentage representativeness of each compound with respect to the total carotenoid content.

Potential uses for spectrally variable lighting in museum environments

Daniel Garside, Lindsay MacDonald, Kees Teunissen, Katherine Curran, Capucine Korenberg & Stuart Robson
Conference paper, PICS 2016

Potential uses for spectrally variable lighting in museum environments

Daniel Garside, Lindsay MacDonald, Kees Teunissen, Katherine Curran, Capucine Korenberg & Stuart Robson
Conference paper, PICS 2016

Function and anatomy of plant siRNA pools derived from hairpin transgenes-7

Bess L Chau & Kevin AW Lee
Copyright information:Taken from "Function and anatomy of plant siRNA pools derived from hairpin transgenes"http://www.plantmethods.com/content/3/1/13Plant Methods 2007;3():13-13.Published online 25 Nov 2007PMCID:PMC2217544. mC9 sense and anti-sense sequences separated by the TGA1 intron (I) with expression by the CMV 35S promoter (35S) and NOS terminator. Transgene integrity for plants Tc9 #1, 3, 5, 9, 11, 13 was verified via PCR (primer position indicated by black arrows) to detect sense (s) and anti-sense (as) transgene elements. Endogenous rbcL is...

SPCHS Construction for Expeditious Keyword Search in Cipher Text

L. Shivani1 | D. Venkatesh2 | Dr. Ramakrishna3
The subsisting public-key encryption schemes which are semantically secure, take linear search time with the total number of cipher texts, thus making data retrieval from databases arduous or time consuming. So, in order to rectify the current quandary, the paper proposes SPCHS Methodology for Expeditious Keyword Search. In Searchable Public Key Cipher texts with Obnubilated Structures (SPCHS), the concept of obnubilated structures is introduced. Here, the concept of filtering is utilized efficiently. This in turn,...

Appendix A. Details of the experimental design.

Adam M. Siepielski, Keng-Lou Hung, Eben E. B. Bein & Mark A. McPeek
Details of the experimental design.

Nesting ecology and offspring recruitment in a long-lived turtle

Lisa E. Schwanz, Rachel M. Bowden, Ricky-John Spencer & Fredric J. Janzen
The role of early life stages (eggs, neonates, and juveniles) for population persistence in long-lived organisms is thought to be minor. However, few long-term data sets are available to test this assumption. Variation in vital rates over space and time and the potential for the success of early life stages to shape adult reproductive behavior evolutionarily suggest that more thorough consideration of these life stages is necessary. In particular, the impact of climatic variation on...

Australian taipan (Oxyuranus spp.) envenoming: clinical effects and potential benefits of early antivenom therapy – Australian Snakebite Project (ASP-25)

Christopher I. Johnston, Nicole M. Ryan, Margaret A. O’Leary, Simon G. A. Brown & Geoffrey K. Isbister
Context: Taipans (Oxyuranus spp.) are medically important venomous snakes from Australia and Papua New Guinea. The objective of this study was to describe taipan envenoming in Australian and its response to antivenom. Methods: Confirmed taipan bites were recruited from the Australian Snakebite Project. Data were collected prospectively on all snakebites, including patient demographics, bite circumstances, clinical effects, laboratory results, complications and treatment. Blood samples were taken and analysed by venom specific immunoassay to confirm snake...

Supplementary Figure 6 from Systemic corazonin signalling modulates stress responses and metabolism in Drosophila

Olga I. Kubrak, Oleh V. Lushchak, Meet Zandawala & Dick R. Nässel
Stress triggers cellular and systemic reactions in organisms to restore homeostasis. For instance, metabolic stress, experienced during starvation, elicits a hormonal response that reallocates resources to enable food search and readjustment of physiology. Mammalian gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) and its insect orthologue , adipokinetic hormone (AKH), are known for their roles in modulating stress-related behaviour. Here we show that corazonin (Crz), a peptide homologous to AKH/GnRH also alters stress physiology in Drosophila. The Crz receptor (CrzR)...

Appendix D. Prey and crustacean occurrences by region and scat collection site using concurrent DNA methods on scat soft-part matrix and prey hard-part identification analysis.

Dominic J. Tollit, Angela D. Schulze, Andrew W. Trites, Peter F. Olesiuk, Susan J. Crockford, Thomas S. Gelatt, Rolf R. Ream & Kristina M. Miller
Prey and crustacean occurrences by region and scat collection site using concurrent DNA methods on scat soft-part matrix and prey hard-part identification analysis.

Comparison of the unique probe GO index (UPGI) in three GO domains: molecular function, biological process, and cellular components among three linkage methods (single, average linkage, and complete linkage methods)

Yian A Chen, David J Mckillen, Shuyuan Wu, Matthew J Jenny, Robert Chapman, Paul S Gross, Gregory W Warr & Jonas S Almeida
Copyright information:Taken from "Optimal cDNA microarray design using expressed sequence tags for organisms with limited genomic information"BMC Bioinformatics 2004;5():191-191.Published online 7 Dec 2004PMCID:PMC539232.Copyright © 2004 Chen et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. The probes selected using single linkage were functionally more unique in all three domains than the ones selected using average or complete linkage methods when selecting middle range of number of probes (60 – 442 probes).

On the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture and ERG Theory

Nicholas R. Wright
We prove the integrality and modularity of the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture with ERG Theory. Inspection of the conjecture shows that it is a phenomenological model. Thus, a solution could be found through regression analysis. Numerical verification is possible through nominative determinism/visibility theory. By adding adaptive learning (AL) to the model, the model admits an important time variation in beliefs, which would be ruled out under rational expectations. Entropy can be given from a detailed...

On the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture and ERG Theory

Nicholas R. Wright
We prove the integrality and modularity of the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture with ERG Theory. Inspection of the conjecture shows that it is a phenomenological model. Thus, a solution could be found through regression analysis. Numerical verification is possible through nominative determinism/visibility theory. By adding adaptive learning (AL) to the model, the model admits an important time variation in beliefs, which would be ruled out under rational expectations. Entropy can be given from a detailed...

On the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture and ERG Theory

Nicholas R. Wright
We prove the integrality and modularity of the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture with ERG Theory. Inspection of the conjecture shows that it is a phenomenological model. Thus, a solution could be found through regression analysis. Numerical verification is possible through nominative determinism/visibility theory. By adding adaptive learning (AL) to the model, the model admits an important time variation in beliefs, which would be ruled out under rational expectations. Entropy can be given from a detailed...

Correlation plots

Claire L Witham, Minyan Wang & Stuart N Baker
Copyright information:Taken from "Cells in somatosensory areas show synchrony with beta oscillations in monkey motor cortex"The European Journal of Neuroscience 2007;26(9):2677-2686.Published online Jan 2007PMCID:PMC2228402.© The Authors (2007). Journal Compilation © Federation of European Neuroscience Societies and Blackwell Publishing Ltd (A) Unit to local LFP -scores vs unit to M1 LFP -scores for each monkey and cortical area. The line shows best fit from regression analysis. (B) Log of mean firing rate vs unit to local...

TNF inhibits production of stromal cell-derived factor 1 by bone stromal cells and increases osteoclast precursor mobilization from bone marrow to peripheral blood-4

Qian Zhang, Ruolin Guo, Edward M Schwarz, Brendan F Boyce & Lianping Xing
N at power 2 to show the overall view of bone architecture. Right panels: pictures are the insert taken at power 20 to show SDF-1-positive bone marrow osteoblasts (upper panel arrows) in mice receiving PBS injection and to show SDF-1-negative cells (lower panel arrows) in TNF-injected mice. Photographs are representatives of one pair of TNF-injected or PBS-injected mice from three pairs of animals.Copyright information:Taken from "TNF inhibits production of stromal cell-derived factor 1 by bone...

Data from: Community-level plant palatability increases with elevation as insect herbivore abundance declines

Patrice Descombes, Jérémy Marchon, Pradervand Jean-Nicolas, Julia Bilat, Antoine Guisan, Sergio Rasmann & Loïc Pellissier
When using these datasets, please cite the following reference:
Descombes, P., Marchon, J., Pradervand, J.-N., Bilat, J., Guisan, A., Rasmann, S., & Pellissier, L. (2017). Community-level plant palatability increases with elevation as insect herbivore abundance declines. Journal of Ecology, 105, 142–151. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12664
Details on the data sampling are fully described in the aforementioned reference.
DataOrtho.txt: This dataset contains the richness and abundance of 175 orthopteran (Ensifera and Caelifera) communities sampled along an elevation gradient in the Swiss...

Megalodontes capitalatus Konow, 1904, lectotype

Andreas Taeger
Megalodontes capitalatus Konow, 1904 Megalodontes capitalatus Konow, 1904: 227–228. Syntypes ♂ ♀, “Hispania (Aranjuez)”. Lectotype ♂, (SDEI). Type locality: Spain: Madrid: Aranjuez (40.028°N, 3.604°W, “Aranjuéz”). Paralectotype ♀ (MNCN_Ent 81533, MNCN Cat. Tipos Nº 2260, http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.850195, same data as the lectotype). Complete views, details, and labels of this specimen.
Photos were taken at the MNCN with a Leica DFC 420C digital camera attached to a M80 compound microscope. Composite images with an extended depth of field were...

Plant palatability and orthopteran communities along an elevation gradient

Patrice Descombes
DataOrtho.txt: This dataset contains the richness and abundance of 175 orthopteran (Ensifera and Caelifera) communities sampled along an elevation gradient in the Swiss Alps.
DataTrait_Species.txt: This dataset contains the leaf traits (SLA, LDMC, C:N, leaf palatability) collected for 287 species along an elevation gradient in the Swiss Alps.
DataTrait_CWM.txt: This dataset contains the community weighted mean of the traits (SLA, LDMC, C:N, leaf palatability) calculated for 307 plant communities along an elevation gradient in the Swiss...

Megalodontes dusmeti Enslin, 1914, paralectotype

Andreas Taeger
Megalodontes dusmeti Enslin, 1914
A valid species, Megalodontes dusmeti Enslin, 1914.
Megalodontes dusmeti Enslin, 1914: 170. Syntypes ♀, “Spanien: Valencia, Orihuela.”.[ Lectotype ♀ (ZSM). Type locality: Spain: Alicante: Orihuela.] Paralectotype: 1 ♀ “Valencia” (MNCN_Ent 81539, MNCN Cat. Tipos Nº 10089). Complete views, details, and labels of this specimen.
Photos were taken at the MNCN with a Leica DFC 420C digital camera attached to a M80 compound microscope. Composite images with an extended depth of field were created from...

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