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Data from: Comparative morphology and evolution of the cnidosac in Cladobranchia (Gastropoda: Heterobranchia: Nudibranchia)

Jessica A. Goodheart, Sabrina Bleidißel, Dorothee Schillo, Ellen E. Strong, Daniel L. Ayres, Angelika Preisfeld, Allen G. Collins, Michael P. Cummings & Heike Wägele
Background: A number of shelled and shell-less gastropods are known to use multiple defensive mechanisms, including internally generated or externally obtained biochemically active compounds and structures. Within Nudipleura, nudibranchs within Cladobranchia possess such a special defense: the ability to sequester cnidarian nematocysts – small capsules that can inject venom into the tissues of other organisms. This ability is distributed across roughly 600 species within Cladobranchia, and many questions still remain in regard to the comparative...

Identification of scavenger receptors and thrombospondin type 1 repeat proteins potentially relevant for plastid recognition in Sacoglossa

Jenny Melo Clavijo, Silja Frankenbach, Cátia Fidalgo, Joao Serôdio, Alexander Donath, Angelika Preisfeld & Gregor Christa
Functional kleptoplasty is a photosymbiotic relationship, in which photosynthetically active chloroplasts serve as an intracellular symbiont for a heterotrophic host. Among Metazoa, functional kleptoplasty is only found in marine sea slugs belonging to the Sacoglossa and recently described in rhabdocoel worms. Although functional kleptoplasty has been intensively studied in Sacoglossa, the fundamentals of the specific recognition of the chloroplasts and their subsequent incorporation are unknown. The key to ensure the initiation of any symbiosis is...

Dataset for: Single-photon nonlinearity at room temperature

Anton Zasedatelev, Anton Baranikov, Denis A. Sannikov, Darius Urbonas, Fabio Scafirimuto, Vladislav Shishkov, Evgeny Andrianov, Yurii Lozovik, Ullrich Scherf, Thilo Stöferle, Rainer Mahrt & Pavlos Lagoudakis
The experimental dataset used to create the figures in the paper Zasedatelev A., Baranikov A., Sannikov D., Urbonas D., Scafirimuto F., Shishkov V., Andrianov E., Lozovik Yu., Scherf U., Stoferle T., Mahrt R., Lagoudakis P., Nature (2021). Single-photon nonlinearity at room temperature

The trisaccharide melezitose impacts honey bees and their intestinal microbiota

Victoria Seeburger, Paul D'Alvise, Basel Shaaban, Karsten Schweikert, Getrud Lohaus, Annette Schroeder & Martin Hasselmann
In general, honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) feed on honey produced from collected nectar. In the absence of nectar, during certain times of the year or in monocultural landscapes, honey bees forage on honeydew. Honeydew is excreted by different herbivores of the order Hemiptera that consume phloem sap of plant species. In comparison to nectar, honeydew is composed of a higher variety of sugars and additional sugars with higher molecular weight, like the trisaccharide melezitose...

Multivariate Sensor Dataset of an Industrial Rotogravure Printing Press (MSDIRPP)

Tobias Enk
We present a multivariate sensor dataset for machine learning research in context of industrial print application. The dataset contains 7608 rolls of pre-processed multivariate sensor data of a single production scale rotogravure printing press. The data volume corresponds to 43.181 km of printed paperboard and paper. For each roll we provide high-resolution sampled inline sensor data, machine condition labels and several meta information. Besides basic information like machine speed the dataset contains web movement data...

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