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Data from: The Hawaiian freshwater algae biodiversity survey (2009-2014): systematic and biogeographic trends with an emphasis on the macroalgae

Alison R. Sherwood, Amy L. Carlile, Jessica M. Neumann, J. Patrick Kociolek, Jeffrey R. Johansen, Rex L. Lowe, Kimberly Y. Conklin & Gernot G. Presting
Background A remarkable range of environmental conditions is present in the Hawaiian Islands due to their gradients of elevation, rainfall and island age. Despite being well known as a location for the study of evolutionary processes and island biogeography, little is known about the composition of the non-marine algal flora of the archipelago, its degree of endemism, or affinities with other floras. We conducted a biodiversity survey of the non-marine macroalgae of the six largest...

Data from: Urbanization-driven climate change increases invertebrate lipid demand, relative to protein—a response to dehydration

Kevin McCluney & Jamie Becker
1. Climatic change alters not only animal energy balance, but also water balance, but this latter topic has received less attention. Water can be obtained through consumption of moist food and metabolism of dry food. The breakdown of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins can produce metabolic water. Metabolism of lipids produces large amounts of water, whereas excretion of nitrogenous waste related to protein metabolism requires water losses. 2. Here we tested the hypothesis that climatic shifts...

Additional file 1 of Agreement and correlation of abdominal skeletal muscle area measured by CT and MR imaging in cirrhotic patients

Zhengyu Xu, Jia Luo, Dawei Yang, Hui Xu, Jidong Jia & Zhenghan Yang
Additional file 1. Table S1. The original data of the baseline clinical characteristics of the patients.

Data from: Marine life in a greenhouse world: cephalopod biodiversity and biogeography during the early Late Cretaceous

Margaret M. Yacobucci
Two end-member models are proposed to explain marine biotic responses to greenhouse conditions. Global warming and increasing sea level may: (1) promote dispersal of marine species, leading to larger geographic ranges and decreased speciation and biodiversity, or (2) form isolated epicontinental basins that host endemic radiations, leading to smaller geographic ranges and increased speciation and biodiversity. The Cenomanian–Turonian (C–T) interval, marked by greenhouse warming, sea level rise, ocean anoxia, and biotic turnover, presents an opportunity...

Data from: Development of circadian oscillators in neurosphere cultures during adult neurogenesis

Astha Malik, Roudabeh J. Jamasbi, Roman V. Kondratov & Michael E. Geusz
Circadian rhythms are common in many cell types but are reported to be lacking in embryonic stem cells. Recent studies have described possible interactions between the molecular mechanism of circadian clocks and the signaling pathways that regulate stem cell differentiation. Circadian rhythms have not been examined well in neural stem cells and progenitor cells that produce new neurons and glial cells during adult neurogenesis. To evaluate circadian timing abilities of cells undergoing neural differentiation, neurospheres...

Additional file 1 of Agreement and correlation of abdominal skeletal muscle area measured by CT and MR imaging in cirrhotic patients

Zhengyu Xu, Jia Luo, Dawei Yang, Hui Xu, Jidong Jia & Zhenghan Yang
Additional file 1. Table S1. The original data of the baseline clinical characteristics of the patients.

Multianalyte Sensing of Addictive Over-the-Counter (OTC) Drugs

Tsuyoshi Minami, Nina A. Esipenko, Ali Akdeniz, Ben Zhang, Lyle Isaacs & Pavel Anzenbacher
A supramolecular sensor array composed of two fluorescent cucurbit[n]uril-type receptors (probe 1 and probe 2) displaying complementary selectivities was tested for its ability to detect and quantify drug-related amines. The fluorimetric titration of the individual probes showed highly variable and cross-reactive analyte-dependent changes in fluorescence. An excellent ability to recognize a variety of analytes was demonstrated in qualitative as well as quantitative assays. Importantly, a successful quantitative analysis of several analytes of interest was achieved...

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