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Dataset and codes for: Partitioning the apparent temperature sensitivity between autotrophic and heterotrophic protists

Bingzhang Chen, David Montagnes, Qing Wang, Hongbin Liu & Susanne Menden-Deuer
Conventional analyses suggest the metabolism of heterotrophs is thermally more sensitive than that of autotrophs, implying that warming leads to pronounced trophodynamic imbalances. However, these analyses inappropriately combine within- and across-taxa trends. We present a novel mathematic framework to separate these, revealing that the higher temperature sensitivity of heterotrophs is mainly caused by within-taxa responses which account for 92% of the difference between autotrophic and heterotrophic protists. This dataset contains both the datasets and R...

Mammals adjust diel activity across gradients of urbanization

Travis Gallo, Mason Fidino, Brian Gerber, Adam Ahlers, Julia Angstmann, Max Amaya, Amy Concilio, David Drake, Danielle Gray, Elizabeth Lehrer, Maureen Murray, Travis Ryan, Colleen St. Clair, Carmen Salsbury, Heather Sander, Theodore Stankowich, Jaque Williamson, Amy Belaire, Kelly Simone & Seth Magle
Time is a fundamental component of ecological processes. How animal behavior changes over time has been explored through well-known ecological theories like niche partitioning and predator-prey dynamics. Yet, changes in animal behavior within the shorter 24-hour light-dark cycle have largely gone unstudied. Understanding if an animal can adjust their temporal activity to mitigate or adapt to environmental change has become a recent topic of discussion and is important for effective wildlife management and conservation. While...

Data from: Can extreme climatic events induce shifts in adaptive potential? A conceptual framework and empirical test with Anolis lizards

Monique Simon, Priscila Rothier, Colin Donihue, Anthony Herrel & Jason Kolbe
Multivariate adaptation to climatic shifts may be limited by trait integration that causes genetic variation to be low in the direction of selection. However, strong episodes of selection induced by extreme climatic pressures may facilitate future population-wide responses if selection reduces trait integration and increases adaptive potential (i.e., evolvability). We explain this counter-intuitive framework for extreme climatic events in which directional selection leads to increased evolvability and exemplify its use in a case study. We...

sj-xlsx-2-cat-10.1177_10760296221139258 - Supplemental material for Establishment of a Predictive Model for Poor Prognosis of Incomplete Revascularization in Patients with Coronary Heart Disease and Multivessel Disease

Huan Lian, Zhuoyan Zhao, Kelin Ma, Zhenjiang Ding, Lixian Sun & Ying Zhang
Supplemental material, sj-xlsx-2-cat-10.1177_10760296221139258 for Establishment of a Predictive Model for Poor Prognosis of Incomplete Revascularization in Patients with Coronary Heart Disease and Multivessel Disease by Huan Lian, Zhuoyan Zhao, Kelin Ma, Zhenjiang Ding, Lixian Sun and Ying Zhang in Clinical and Applied Thrombosis/Hemostasis

Blowing in the wind: Experimental assessment of clinging performance and behavior in Anolis lizards during hurricane-force winds

Jason Kolbe, Emma DiPaolo & Jason Kolbe
1. Extreme weather events, such as hurricanes, can be ecologically devastating and cause widespread mortality. Recent studies in Anolis lizards report hurricane-induced phenotypic shifts and selection favoring morphological variation related to clinging performance. Although it is difficult to observe organismal responses during extreme events in nature, we can experimentally simulate the high-speed winds associated with hurricanes to evaluate the putative mechanism underlying observed patterns of natural selection. 2. In this study, we used two laboratory...

Cross-seasonal effects in the American Woodcock: conditions prior to fall migration relate to migration strategy and its implications for conservation

Clayton Graham, Tanner Steeves & Scott McWilliams
How post-breeding habitat quality and body composition of migratory birds carry over to influence fall migration strategies and residency merits consideration when creating cross-seasonal conservation plans, especially in breeding populations that are partial migrants. We assessed the influence of post-breeding habitat quality on departure body composition and fall migration patterns in a southern New England breeding population of American Woodcock (Scolopax minor). Woodcock that overwintered near breeding areas (n=5) had less fat upon capture in...

Corn 3D point clouds

Ying Zhang & Wei Su
This data are corn point clouds collected by Terrestrial laser scanning. They contain a total of 48 individual corn point clouds in three different growing seasons. The data format is pcd, and each point cloud data contains the (x,y,z) coordinates of the points.

Corn 3D point clouds

Ying Zhang & Wei Su
This data are corn point clouds collected by Terrestrial laser scanning. They contain a total of 48 individual corn point clouds in three different growing seasons. The data format is pcd, and each point cloud data contains the (x,y,z) coordinates of the points.

Celastrol-based nanomedicine hydrogels eliminate posterior capsule opacification - Supplementary table

Ying Zhang, Ruixing Liu, Chengcheng Li, Liuqi Shi, Zhihua Guo, Lei Zhu, Wen Li, Jingguo Li & Zhanrong Li
Aim: To formulate an injectable thermosensitive micelle–hydrogel hybrid system loaded with celastrol (celastrol-loaded micelle hydrogel: CMG) to prevent posterior capsule opacification (PCO). Materials & methods: Celastrol-loaded micelles were embedded in a thermosensitive hydrogel matrix to enable controlled on-demand celastrol delivery into the residual capsule. The efficacy and mechanisms of the system for eliminating PCO were evaluated in rabbits. Results: Celastrol-loaded micelles inhibited the migration and proliferation of lens epithelial cells induced by TGF-β1. Celastrol prevents...

Additional file 2 of Floral organ transcriptome in Camellia sasanqua provided insight into stamen petaloid

Menglong Fan, Xinlei Li, Ying Zhang, Si Wu, Zhixin Song, Hengfu Yin, Weixin Liu, Zhengqi Fan & Jiyuan Li
Additional file 2: Table S2. The GO enrichment analysis of comparison analysis.

Additional file 5 of Floral organ transcriptome in Camellia sasanqua provided insight into stamen petaloid

Menglong Fan, Xinlei Li, Ying Zhang, Si Wu, Zhixin Song, Hengfu Yin, Weixin Liu, Zhengqi Fan & Jiyuan Li
Additional file 5: Table S5. The GO enrichment analysis of coexpression modules.

Celastrol-based nanomedicine hydrogels eliminate posterior capsule opacification - Supplementary table

Ying Zhang, Ruixing Liu, Chengcheng Li, Liuqi Shi, Zhihua Guo, Lei Zhu, Wen Li, Jingguo Li & Zhanrong Li
Aim: To formulate an injectable thermosensitive micelle–hydrogel hybrid system loaded with celastrol (celastrol-loaded micelle hydrogel: CMG) to prevent posterior capsule opacification (PCO). Materials & methods: Celastrol-loaded micelles were embedded in a thermosensitive hydrogel matrix to enable controlled on-demand celastrol delivery into the residual capsule. The efficacy and mechanisms of the system for eliminating PCO were evaluated in rabbits. Results: Celastrol-loaded micelles inhibited the migration and proliferation of lens epithelial cells induced by TGF-β1. Celastrol prevents...

Additional file 1 of Floral organ transcriptome in Camellia sasanqua provided insight into stamen petaloid

Menglong Fan, Xinlei Li, Ying Zhang, Si Wu, Zhixin Song, Hengfu Yin, Weixin Liu, Zhengqi Fan & Jiyuan Li
Additional file 1: Table S1. Summary of sequencing quality.

sj-xlsx-2-cat-10.1177_10760296221139258 - Supplemental material for Establishment of a Predictive Model for Poor Prognosis of Incomplete Revascularization in Patients with Coronary Heart Disease and Multivessel Disease

Huan Lian, Zhuoyan Zhao, Kelin Ma, Zhenjiang Ding, Lixian Sun & Ying Zhang
Supplemental material, sj-xlsx-2-cat-10.1177_10760296221139258 for Establishment of a Predictive Model for Poor Prognosis of Incomplete Revascularization in Patients with Coronary Heart Disease and Multivessel Disease by Huan Lian, Zhuoyan Zhao, Kelin Ma, Zhenjiang Ding, Lixian Sun and Ying Zhang in Clinical and Applied Thrombosis/Hemostasis

A genomic perspective on the evolutionary diversification of turtles

Simone Gable, Michael Byars, Robert Literman & Marc Tollis
To examine phylogenetic heterogeneity in turtle evolution, we collected thousands of high-confidence single-copy orthologs from 19 genome assemblies representative of extant turtle diversity and estimated a phylogeny with multispecies coalescent and concatenated partitioned methods. We also collected next-generation sequences from 26 turtle species and assembled millions of biallelic markers to reconstruct phylogenies based on annotated regions from the western painted turtle (Chrysemys picta bellii) genome (coding regions, introns, untranslated regions, intergenic, and others). We then...

A temperate Siphoviridae bacteriophage isolate from Siberian tiger enhances the virulence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus through distinct mechanisms

Dan Yang, Shuang Wang, Erchao Sun, Yibao Chen, Lin Hua, Xiangru Wang, Rui Zhou, Huanchun Chen, Zhong Peng & Bin Wu
The emergence and worldwide spread of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) pose a threat to human health. While bacteriophages are recognized as an effective alternative to treat infections caused by drug resistant pathogens, some bacteriophages in particular the temperate bacteriophage may also influence the virulence of the host bacteria in distinct ways. In this study, we isolated a bacteriophage vB_Saus_PHB21 from an epidermal sample of Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) using an MRSA strain SA14 as...

Exogenous brassinosteroids promotes root growth, enhances stress tolerance, and increases yield in maize

Hao Zhang, Dan Zhao, Ziyan Tang, Ying Zhang, Ke Zhang, Jingao Dong & Fengru Wang
Brassinosteroids (BRs) regulate of maize (Zea mays L.) growth, but the underlying molecular mechanism remains unclear. In this study, we used a multi-disciplinary approach to determine how BRs regulate maize morphology and physiology during development. Treatment with the BRs promoted primary root the elongation and growth during germination, and the early development of lateral roots. BRs treatment during the middle growth stage increased the levels of various stress resistance factors, and enhanced resistance to lodging,...

An improved earthquake catalog during the 2018 Kilauea eruption from combined onshore and offshore seismic arrays

XiaoZhuo Wei, Yang Shen, Jacqueline Caplan‐Auerbach & Julia K. Morgan
The Island of Hawai'i was formed by repeated eruptions of basalts at an oceanic hotspot. Kilauea, the youngest among the subaerial volcanoes of the island, erupted intensely in 2018. The eruption provided an opportunity to look into the mechanisms that operate at the volcano and associated earthquake activities, as it was recorded simultaneously, for the first time, by onshore and offshore seismometers. We used most of the publicly available seismic data during the eruption period,...

Data From: Antibiotic treatment ameliorates the impact of stony coral tissue loss disease (SCTLD) on coral communities

Graham Forrester, Laura Arton & Argel Horton
Stony coral tissue loss disease has spread widely in the Caribbean and causes substantial changes to coral community composition because of its broad host range and high fatality rate. To reduce SCTLD impacts, intervention programs throughout the region have divers treating corals with antibiotics. We assessed the effect of antibiotic treatment in the British Virgin Islands by comparing coral communities at 13 treated sites to those at 13 untreated sites. The prevalence of white syndromes...

Multi-state diel occupancy model

Kimberly Rivera, Brian Gerber, Mason Fidino, Seth Magle, Zach Farris & Asia Murphy
Current methods to model species habitat use through space and diel time are limited. Development of such models is critical when considering rapidly changing habitats where species are forced to adapt to anthropogenic change, often by shifting their diel activity across space. We use an occupancy modeling framework to specify the multi-state diel occupancy model (MSDOM), which can evaluate species diel activity against continuous response variables which may impact diel activity within and across seasons...

Additional file 2 of Floral organ transcriptome in Camellia sasanqua provided insight into stamen petaloid

Menglong Fan, Xinlei Li, Ying Zhang, Si Wu, Zhixin Song, Hengfu Yin, Weixin Liu, Zhengqi Fan & Jiyuan Li
Additional file 2: Table S2. The GO enrichment analysis of comparison analysis.

Additional file 4 of Floral organ transcriptome in Camellia sasanqua provided insight into stamen petaloid

Menglong Fan, Xinlei Li, Ying Zhang, Si Wu, Zhixin Song, Hengfu Yin, Weixin Liu, Zhengqi Fan & Jiyuan Li
Additional file 4: Table S4. The gene description list of the model.

Additional file 7 of Floral organ transcriptome in Camellia sasanqua provided insight into stamen petaloid

Menglong Fan, Xinlei Li, Ying Zhang, Si Wu, Zhixin Song, Hengfu Yin, Weixin Liu, Zhengqi Fan & Jiyuan Li
Additional file 7: Table S7. The primer of RT-qPCR.

Dietary plasticity linked to divergent growth trajectories in a critically endangered sea turtle

Matthew Ramirez, Larisa Avens, Anne Meylan, Donna Shaver, Angela Stahl, Peter Meylan, Jamie Clark, Lyndsey Howell, Brian Stacy, Wendy Teas & Kelton McMahon
Foraging habitat selection and diet quality are key factors that influence individual fitness and metapopulation dynamics through effects on demographic rates. There is growing evidence that sea turtles exhibit regional differences in somatic growth linked to alternative dispersal patterns during the oceanic life stage. Yet, the role of habitat quality and diet in shaping somatic growth rates is poorly understood. Here, we evaluate whether diet variation is linked to regional growth variation in hawksbill sea...

Hypoxia-induced predation refuge for northern quahogs (Mercenaria mercenaria) in a temperate estuary

Bryan Galligan, Yoel Stuart, M. Conor McManus & Heather Stoffel
Oxygen depletion in estuaries and coastal waters is often associated with reduced biodiversity, coastal dead zones, and the loss of important ecosystem services. However, some species can benefit from low oxygen conditions due to the indirect effects these conditions have on trophic relationships. In Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, U.S.A., northern quahogs (Mercenaria mercenaria) reach their highest densities in the areas of the Bay most prone to oxygen depletion. One line of evidence suggests that suboxic...

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Affiliations

  • University of Rhode Island
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  • Henan University
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  • Key Laboratory of Guangdong Province
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  • Sichuan University
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  • Fudan University
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  • Huazhong Agricultural University
    30
  • North West Agriculture and Forestry University
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  • West China Hospital of Sichuan University
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  • Cancer Hospital of Shantou University Medical College
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  • Central South University
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