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Survey of Inmates in State and Federal Correctional Facilities, [United States], 2004

United States. Bureau Of Justice Statistics
This survey provides nationally representative data on inmates held in state prisons and federally-owned and operated prisons. Through personal interviews conducted from October 2003 through May 2004, inmates in both state and federal prisons provided information about their current offense and sentence, criminal history, family background and personal characteristics, prior drug and alcohol use and treatment programs, gun possession and use, and prison activities, programs, and services. Prior surveys of State prison inmates were conducted...
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Survey of Inmates in State and Federal Correctional Facilities, [United States], 2004

United States. Bureau Of Justice Statistics
This survey provides nationally representative data on inmates held in state prisons and federally-owned and operated prisons. Through personal interviews conducted from October 2003 through May 2004, inmates in both state and federal prisons provided information about their current offense and sentence, criminal history, family background and personal characteristics, prior drug and alcohol use and treatment programs, gun possession and use, and prison activities, programs, and services. Prior surveys of State prison inmates were conducted...
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Data from: Does recognized genetic management in supportive breeding prevent genetic changes in life-history traits?

Rémi Chargé, Gabriele Sorci, Michel Saint Jalme, Loïc Lesobre, Yves Hingrat, Frédéric Lacroix & Celine Teplitsky
Supportive breeding is one of the last resort conservation strategies to avoid species extinction. Management of captive populations is challenging because several harmful genetic processes need to be avoided. Several recommendations have been proposed to limit these deleterious effects, but empirical assessments of these strategies remain scarce. We investigated the outcome of a genetic management in a supportive breeding for the Houbara Bustard. At the phenotypic level, we found an increase over generations in the...
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Data from: On the optimal trimming of high-throughput mRNA sequence data

Matthew D. MacManes
The widespread and rapid adoption of high-throughput sequencing technologies has afforded researchers the opportunity to gain a deep understanding of genome level processes that underlie evolutionary change, and perhaps more importantly, the links between genotype and phenotype. In particular, researchers interested in functional biology and adaptation have used these technologies to sequence mRNA transcriptomes of specific tissues, which in turn are often compared to other tissues, or other individuals with different phenotypes. While these techniques...
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Data from: Unforeseen consequences of excluding missing data from next-generation sequences: simulation study of RAD sequences

Huateng Huang & L. Lacey Knowles
There is a lack of consensus on how next-generation sequence data should be considered for phylogenetic and phylogeographic estimates, with some studies excluding loci with missing data, while others include them, even when sequences are missing from a large number of individuals. Here we use simulations, focusing specifically on RAD sequences, to highlight some of the unforeseen consequence of excluding missing data from next-generation sequencing. Specifically, we show that in addition to the obvious effects...
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Data from: Riverscape genetics identifies replicated ecological divergence across an Amazonian ecotone

Georgina M. Cooke, Erin L. Landguth & Luciano B. Beheregaray
Ecological speciation involves the evolution of reproductive isolation and niche divergence in the absence of a physical barrier to gene flow. The process is one of the most controversial topics of the speciation debate, particularly in tropical regions. Here, we investigate ecologically based divergence across an Amazonian ecotone in the electric fish, Steatogenys elegans. We combine phylogenetics, genome scans and population genetics with a recently developed individual-based evolutionary landscape genetics approach that incorporates selection. This...
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Data from: The crested newt Triturus cristatus recolonized temperate Eurasia from an extra-Mediterranean glacial refugium

Ben Wielstra, Wiesław Babik & Jan W. Arntzen
We assess the role of the Carpathians as an extra-Mediterranean glacial refugium for the crested newt Triturus cristatus. We combine a multilocus phylogeography (one mitochondrial protein-coding gene, three nuclear introns, and one major histocompatibility complex gene) with species distribution modelling (projected on current and Last Glacial Maximum climate layers). All genetic markers consistently show extensive genetic variation within and genetic depletion outside the Carpathians. The species distribution model suggests that most of the current range...
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Data from: Low host specificity among arctic root-assosiated fungi

Synnøve Botnen, Unni Vik, Tor Carlsen, Pernille B. Eidesen, Marie L. Davey & Håvard Kauserud
In High Arctic ecosystems, plant growth and reproduction are limited by low soil moisture and nutrient availability, low soil and air temperatures, and a short growing season. Mycorrhizal associations facilitate plant nutrient acquisition and water uptake and may therefore be particularly ecologically important in nutrition-poor and dry environments, such as parts of the Arctic. Similarly, endophytic root associates are thought to play a protective role, increasing plants' stress tolerance, and likely have an important ecosystem...
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Data from: Evolution of the snake body form reveals homoplasy in amniote Hox gene function

Jason J. Head
Hox genes regulate regionalization of the axial skeleton in vertebrates, and changes in their expression have been proposed to be a fundamental mechanism driving the evolution of new body forms. The origin of the snake-like body form, with its deregionalized pre-cloacal axial skeleton, has been explained as either homogenization of Hox gene expression domains9, or retention of standard vertebrate Hox domains with alteration of downstream expression that suppresses development of distinct regions. Both models assume...
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Data from: Occipital alpha activity during stimulus processing gates the information flow to object-selective cortex

Johanna M. Zumer, René Scheeringa, Jan-Mathijs Schoffelen, David G. Norris & Ole Jensen
Given the limited processing capabilities of the sensory system, it is essential that attended information is gated to downstream areas, whereas unattended information is blocked. While it has been proposed that alpha band (8–13 Hz) activity serves to route information to downstream regions by inhibiting neuronal processing in task-irrelevant regions, this hypothesis remains untested. Here we investigate how neuronal oscillations detected by electroencephalography in visual areas during working memory encoding serve to gate information reflected...
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Data from: Directional selection can drive the evolution of modularity in complex traits

Diogo Melo & Gabriel Marroig
Modularity is a central concept in modern biology, providing a powerful framework for the study of living organisms on many organizational levels. Two central and related questions can be posed in regard to modularity: How does modularity appear in the first place, and what forces are responsible for keeping and/or changing modular patterns? We approached these questions using a quantitative genetics simulation framework, building on previous results obtained with bivariate systems and extending them to...
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Data from: Reporting tumor molecular heterogeneity in histopathological diagnosis

Andrea Mafficini, Eliana Amato, Matteo Fassan, Michele Simbolo, Davide Antonello, Caterina Vicentini, Maria Scardoni, Samantha Bersani, Marisa Gottardi, Borislav Rusev, Giorgio Malpeli, Vincenzo Corbo, Stefano Barbi, Katarzyna O. Sikora, Rita T. Lawlor, Giampaolo Tortora & Aldo Scarpa
Background: Detection of molecular tumor heterogeneity has become of paramount importance with the advent of targeted therapies. Analysis for detection should be comprehensive, timely and based on routinely available tumor samples. Aim: To evaluate the diagnostic potential of targeted multigene next-generation sequencing (TM-NGS) in characterizing gastrointestinal cancer molecular heterogeneity. Methods: 35 gastrointestinal tract tumors, five of each intestinal type gastric carcinomas, pancreatic ductal adenocarcinomas, pancreatic intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasms, ampulla of Vater carcinomas, hepatocellular carcinomas,...
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Data from: "Comparative genomic resources for spiny lizards (genus Sceloporus)" in Genomic Resources Notes accepted 1 August 2014-30 September 2014

Rebecca B. Harris & Adam D. Leaché
To advance comparative genomic studies of the spiny fence lizards (genus Sceloprous), we provide the genomic annotations for 35 Sceloporus species.
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Summary of influenza A subtypes in wild birds from GenBank and 50 studies

Wildlife Conservation Society & Sarah Olson
Wild aquatic birds are recognized as the natural reservoir of avian influenza A viruses (AIV), but across high and low pathogenic AIV strains, scientists have yet to rigorously identify most competent hosts for the various subtypes. We examined 11,870 GenBank records to provide a baseline inventory and insight into patterns of global AIV subtype diversity and richness. Further, we conducted an extensive literature review and communicated directly with scientists to accumulate data from 50 non-overlapping...
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Declaration of Intention of Lewis Sterr

United States. Bureau Of Naturalization
Declaration of Intention to become a citizen of the United States, as filled out and signed by: Lewis Sterr Applicant age: 26Occupation: ChefCountry of Origin: Germany (Bavaria)Date of Birth: 31 August 1890Sailed to the US aboard the vessel: Ryndam City of residence at time of declaration: Atlantic City, NJDeclaration submitted and sworn on date: 20 February 1917
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Declaration of Intention of Edward Bournique

United States. Bureau Of Naturalization
Declaration of Intention to become a citizen of the United States, as filled out and signed by: Edward Bournique Applicant age: 47Occupation: Laundry BusinessCountry of Origin: GermanyDate of Birth: 12 March 1869Sailed to the US aboard the vessel: La Gascogne City of residence at time of declaration: Atlantic City, NJDeclaration submitted and sworn on date: 19 February 1917
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Declaration of Intention of Max Schoenberg

United States. Bureau Of Naturalization
Declaration of Intention to become a citizen of the United States, as filled out and signed by: Max SchoenbergApplicant age: 62Occupation: ChefCountry of Origin:GermanyDate of Birth: 22 July, 1854Sailed to the US aboard the vessel: SicilyCity of residence at time of declaration: Atlantic City, NJ Declaration submitted and sworn on date: 19 February, 1917
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Declaration of Intention of Carl Schimala

United States. Bureau Of Naturalization
Declaration of Intention to become a citizen of the United States, as filled out and signed by: Carl SchimalaApplicant age: 35Occupation: ChefCountry of Origin: GermanyDate of Birth: 4 November, 1881Sailed to the US aboard the vessel: AmericaCity of residence at time of declaration: Atlantic City, NJDeclaration submitted and sworn on date: 19 February, 1917
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Declaration of Intention of John Joseph Delcominete

United States. Bureau Of Naturalization
Declaration of Intention to become a citizen of the United States, as filled out and signed by: John Joseph Delcominete Applicant age: 30Occupation: ChefCountry of Origin:GermanyDate of Birth: 15 September, 1886Sailed to the US aboard the vessel: Kaiserin Augusta VictoriaCity of residence at time of declaration: Atlantic City, NJDeclaration submitted and sworn on date: 14 February, 1917
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Declaration of Intention of Eugene Zimmermann

United States. Bureau Of Naturalization
Declaration of Intention to become a citizen of the United States, as filled out and signed by: Eugene Zimmermann Applicant age: 35Occupation: laborerCountry of Origin: GermanyDate of Birth: 12 June 1881Sailed to the US aboard the vessel: Hamburg Germany City of residence at time of declaration: Mays Landing, NJDeclaration submitted and sworn on date: 9 February 1917
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Declaration of Intention of Carl Brunning

United States. Bureau Of Naturalization
Declaration of Intention to become a citizen of the United States, as filled out and signed by: Carl Brunning Applicant age: 58Occupation: farmerCountry of Origin: GermanyDate of Birth: 28 May 1858Sailed to the US aboard the vessel: unknown City of residence at time of declaration:Pleasantville, NJ Declaration submitted and sworn on date: 13 February 1917
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Declaration of Intention of Wilhelm Erhard

United States. Bureau Of Naturalization
Declaration of Intention to become a citizen of the United States, as filled out and signed by: Wilhelm Erhard Applicant age: 27Occupation: butcherCountry of Origin: GermanyDate of Birth: 16 February 1889Sailed to the US aboard the vessel: Prince Oscar City of residence at time of declaration: Atlantic City, NJDeclaration submitted and sworn on date: 8 February 1917
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Declaration of Intention of Anton Frank

United States. Bureau Of Naturalization
Declaration of Intention to become a citizen of the United States, as filled out and signed by: Anton Frank Applicant age: 23Occupation: butcherCountry of Origin: GermanyDate of Birth: 16 January 1894Sailed to the US aboard the vessel: Graf Waldersec City of residence at time of declaration: Atlantic City, NJDeclaration submitted and sworn on date: 8 Febuary 1917
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Declaration of Intention of Fred Ruckriem

United States. Bureau Of Naturalization
Declaration of Intention to become a citizen of the United States, as filled out and signed by: Fred Ruckriem Applicant age: 50Occupation: farmerCountry of Origin: GermanyDate of Birth: 9 February 1866Sailed to the US aboard the vessel: City of Paris City of residence at time of declaration: Absecon, NJDeclaration submitted and sworn on date: 8 February 1917
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Zinalrothorn, Weisshorn, Berner Alpen

Werner Friedli
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