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Congeneric predators fill discrete niches created by the relative abundances of their prey species

Eliot Miller, Oisin Mac Aodha, Emma Greig, David Bonter & Wesley Hochachka
To what degree is niche partitioning driven by underlying patterns in resources such as food, rather than by competition itself? Do discrete niches exist? We address these questions in the context of Cooper’s and Sharp-shinned Hawks, two broadly sympatric, North American, bird-eating raptors in the genus Accipiter. We find that the resource base, as quantified by body masses of birds at bird feeders, is approximately lognormal (smallest birds are most abundant), with lesser modes (peaks)...

Data from: Stepwise evolution of a butterfly supergene via duplication and inversion

Simon Henry Martin
Supergenes maintain adaptive clusters of alleles in the face of genetic mixing. Although usually attributed to inversions, supergenes can be complex, and reconstructing the precise processes that led to recombination suppression and their timing is challenging. We investigated the origin of the BC supergene, which controls variation in warning colouration in the African Monarch butterfly, Danaus chrysippus. By generating chromosome-scale assemblies for all three alleles, we identified multiple structural differences. Most strikingly, we find that...

Triparental ageing in a laboratory population of an insect with maternal care

Hilary Cope, Edward Ivimey-Cook & Jacob Moorad
Parental age at reproduction influences offspring size and survival by affecting pre- and postnatal conditions in a wide variety of species, including humans. However, most investigations into this manifestation of ageing focus upon maternal age effects; the effects of paternal age and interactions between maternal and paternal age are often neglected. Furthermore, even when maternal age effects are studied, pre- and postnatal effects are often confounded. Using a cross-fostered experimental design, we investigated the joint...

Additional file 15 of High density linkage maps, genetic architecture, and genomic prediction of growth and wood properties in Pinus radiata

Jules S. Freeman, Gancho T. Slavov, Jakob B. Butler, Tancred Frickey, Natalie J. Graham, Jaroslav Klápště, John Lee, Emily J. Telfer, Phillip Wilcox & Heidi S. Dungey
Additional file 15: Table S4. Comprehensive parental linkage maps constructed in the Pinus radiata QTL and FWK pedigrees: A) 268,345; B) 268,405; C) 850,055; D) 850,096.

Additional file 5 of High density linkage maps, genetic architecture, and genomic prediction of growth and wood properties in Pinus radiata

Jules S. Freeman, Gancho T. Slavov, Jakob B. Butler, Tancred Frickey, Natalie J. Graham, Jaroslav Klápště, John Lee, Emily J. Telfer, Phillip Wilcox & Heidi S. Dungey
Additional file 5. 268,345 map file. Plain text file containing the map position (cM) of all loci on the 268,345 linkage map, in the format required for analysis using MAPQTL 6.0.

Additional file 6 of High density linkage maps, genetic architecture, and genomic prediction of growth and wood properties in Pinus radiata

Jules S. Freeman, Gancho T. Slavov, Jakob B. Butler, Tancred Frickey, Natalie J. Graham, Jaroslav Klápště, John Lee, Emily J. Telfer, Phillip Wilcox & Heidi S. Dungey
Additional file 6. 268,405 map file. Plain text file containing the map position (cM) of all loci on the 268,405 linkage map, in the format required for analysis using MAPQTL 6.0.

Additional file 15 of High density linkage maps, genetic architecture, and genomic prediction of growth and wood properties in Pinus radiata

Jules S. Freeman, Gancho T. Slavov, Jakob B. Butler, Tancred Frickey, Natalie J. Graham, Jaroslav Klápště, John Lee, Emily J. Telfer, Phillip Wilcox & Heidi S. Dungey
Additional file 15: Table S4. Comprehensive parental linkage maps constructed in the Pinus radiata QTL and FWK pedigrees: A) 268,345; B) 268,405; C) 850,055; D) 850,096.

Additional file 6 of High density linkage maps, genetic architecture, and genomic prediction of growth and wood properties in Pinus radiata

Jules S. Freeman, Gancho T. Slavov, Jakob B. Butler, Tancred Frickey, Natalie J. Graham, Jaroslav Klápště, John Lee, Emily J. Telfer, Phillip Wilcox & Heidi S. Dungey
Additional file 6. 268,405 map file. Plain text file containing the map position (cM) of all loci on the 268,405 linkage map, in the format required for analysis using MAPQTL 6.0.

GWAS summary statistics from bone traits in commercial layer hens in two different housing systems (with each crossbred analysed separately)

Martin Johnsson, Helena Wall, Fernando A. Lopes Pinto, Robert H Fleming, Heather A McCormack, Cristina Benavides-Reyes, Nazaret Dominguez-Gasca, Estefania Sanchez-Rodriguez, Ian C. Dunn, Alejandro B Rodriguez-Navarro, Andreas Kindmark & Dirk-Jan de Koning
Summary statistics from genome-wide associations of bone traits in commercial crossbred laying hens in two different housing systems (furnished cages and floor pens).
The dataset consists of hens from two different commercial crossbreds, and these are analysed separately.
Each row represents the summary statistic from a marker, with trait, chromosome, position, marker ID, estimate, likelihood ratio test statistic, p-value and whether it derives from the cage or pen environment.

Additional file 4 of Genome-wide identification, new classification, expression analysis and screening of drought & heat resistance related candidates in the RING zinc finger gene family of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

Yongliang Li, Pai Qin, Aolong Sun, Wenjun Xiao, Fenglin Chen, Yang He, Keyao Yu, You Li, Meng Zhang & Xinhong Guo
Additional file 4: Table S1. Detailed information of all 138 TaRING zinc finger genes identified in tomato genome.

Additional file 5 of Genome-wide identification, new classification, expression analysis and screening of drought & heat resistance related candidates in the RING zinc finger gene family of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

Yongliang Li, Pai Qin, Aolong Sun, Wenjun Xiao, Fenglin Chen, Yang He, Keyao Yu, You Li, Meng Zhang & Xinhong Guo
Additional file 5: Table S2. One-to-one orthologous relationships among T.aestivum and T.aestivum, A.thaliana, A. tauschii, B. distachyon, H. vulgare, rice, S.italica and Zea mays, respectively.

Additional file 2 of A graph-based approach for the visualisation and analysis of bacterial pangenomes

Joshua D. Harling-Lee, Jamie Gorzynski, Gonzalo Yebra, Tim Angus, J. Ross Fitzgerald & Tom C. Freeman
Additional file 2: Table S1. Metadata for the Legionella genomes used in the study.

Additional file 2 of Microbiome-driven breeding strategy potentially improves beef fatty acid profile benefiting human health and reduces methane emissions

Marina Martínez-Álvaro, Jennifer Mattock, Marc Auffret, Ziqing Weng, Carol-Anne Duthie, Richard J. Dewhurst, Matthew A. Cleveland, Mick Watson & Rainer Roehe
Additional file 2: Table S1. Microbial gene abundances in rumen microbiome (analyzed after an additive log-ratio transformation) with significant host genomic effects referred to as host-specific functional core microbiome (HGFC). Table S2. Occupancy rates and heritabilities of micobial gene abundances (analyzed after an additive log-ratio transformation) involved in lipolysis and biohydrogenation processes in rumen found in our population. Table S3. Host genomic correlations between heritable additive log-ratio transformed microbial gene abundances and N3 and CLA...

Quasi-weekly, year-round oceanographic and ice measurements at the coastal Western Antarctic Peninsula from 1997 to 2018

Andrew Clarke, Michael Meredith, Hugh Venables, Katharine Hendry, Helen Peat, Petra ten Hoopen, Mark Brandon, Sian Henley, Amber Annett, Melanie Leng, Carol Arrowsmith, Alice Chapman, Jenny Beaumont, Rayner Piper, Andrew Miller, Paul Mann, Helen Rossetti, Ali Massey, Terri Souster, Simon Reeves, Mairi Fenton, Sabrina Heiser, Sam Pountney, Sarah Reed, Zoe Waring … & Alice Clement
Year-round measurements of the water column in Ryder Bay, Western Antarctic Peninsula have been collected by the Rothera Marine Assistant and associated researchers, starting in 1997 as part of the Rothera Oceanographic and Biological Time Series (RATS) to assess temporal variability in physical and biogeochemical oceanographic properties. The data were collected using instrumentation deployed from rigid inflatable boats, or through instrumentation deployed through holes cut in the sea ice when the bay is frozen over...

BEDMAP2 - Ice thickness, bed and surface elevation for Antarctica - gridding products

Peter Fretwell, Hamish Pritchard, David Vaughan, Jonathan Bamber, N. Barrand, R.E. Bell, C Bianchi, Robert Bingham, Donald Blankenship, G. Casassa, Ginny Catania, D. Callens, H Conway, Alison Cook, Hugh Corr, D Damaske, V. Damn, Fausto Ferraccioli, Rene Forsberg, S. Fujita, Y. Gim, P. Gogineni, J. Griggs, Richard Hindmarsh, P. Holmlund … & A. Zirizzotti
We present here Bedmap2 (2013), a suite of gridded products describing surface elevation, ice-thickness and the sea floor and subglacial bed elevation of the Antarctic south of 60deg S. We derived these products using data from a variety of sources, including many substantial surveys completed since the original Bedmap compilation (Bedmap1) in 2001. In particular, the Bedmap2 ice thickness grid is made from 25 million measurements, over two orders of magnitude more than were used...

Additional file 3 of Synaptic proteomics reveal distinct molecular signatures of cognitive change and C9ORF72 repeat expansion in the human ALS cortex

Zsofia I. Laszlo, Nicole Hindley, Anna Sanchez Avila, Rachel A. Kline, Samantha L. Eaton, Douglas J. Lamont, Colin Smith, Tara L. Spires-Jones, Thomas M. Wishart & Christopher M. Henstridge
Additional file 3. Supplementary Table 1, extended patient cohort information.

Additional file 3 of Synaptic proteomics reveal distinct molecular signatures of cognitive change and C9ORF72 repeat expansion in the human ALS cortex

Zsofia I. Laszlo, Nicole Hindley, Anna Sanchez Avila, Rachel A. Kline, Samantha L. Eaton, Douglas J. Lamont, Colin Smith, Tara L. Spires-Jones, Thomas M. Wishart & Christopher M. Henstridge
Additional file 3. Supplementary Table 1, extended patient cohort information.

Translations and transformations in patienthood: cancer in the post-genomics era

Choon Key Chekar, Anne Kerr & Julia Swallow
A collection of interviews with patients, former patients, carers, advocates and professionals about their perspectives and experiences of targeted treatments for cancer.

Additional file 10 of High density linkage maps, genetic architecture, and genomic prediction of growth and wood properties in Pinus radiata

Jules S. Freeman, Gancho T. Slavov, Jakob B. Butler, Tancred Frickey, Natalie J. Graham, Jaroslav Klápště, John Lee, Emily J. Telfer, Phillip Wilcox & Heidi S. Dungey
Additional file 10. 850,055 map file. Plain text file containing the map position (cM) of all loci on the 850,055 linkage map, in the format required for analysis using MAPQTL 6.0.

Additional file 12 of High density linkage maps, genetic architecture, and genomic prediction of growth and wood properties in Pinus radiata

Jules S. Freeman, Gancho T. Slavov, Jakob B. Butler, Tancred Frickey, Natalie J. Graham, Jaroslav Klápště, John Lee, Emily J. Telfer, Phillip Wilcox & Heidi S. Dungey
Additional file 12. 850,055 loc file. Plain text file containing the genotype codes for loci in the 850,055 parental map, in the format required for analysis using MAPQTL 6.0.

Additional file 14 of High density linkage maps, genetic architecture, and genomic prediction of growth and wood properties in Pinus radiata

Jules S. Freeman, Gancho T. Slavov, Jakob B. Butler, Tancred Frickey, Natalie J. Graham, Jaroslav Klápště, John Lee, Emily J. Telfer, Phillip Wilcox & Heidi S. Dungey
Additional file 14. All traits FWK pop. Plain text file containing the quantitative trait data of all individuals in the QTL population.

Additional file 8 of High density linkage maps, genetic architecture, and genomic prediction of growth and wood properties in Pinus radiata

Jules S. Freeman, Gancho T. Slavov, Jakob B. Butler, Tancred Frickey, Natalie J. Graham, Jaroslav Klápště, John Lee, Emily J. Telfer, Phillip Wilcox & Heidi S. Dungey
Additional file 8. 268,405 loc file. Plain text file containing the genotype codes for loci in the 268,405 parental map, in the format required for analysis using MAPQTL 6.0.

Additional file 9 of High density linkage maps, genetic architecture, and genomic prediction of growth and wood properties in Pinus radiata

Jules S. Freeman, Gancho T. Slavov, Jakob B. Butler, Tancred Frickey, Natalie J. Graham, Jaroslav Klápště, John Lee, Emily J. Telfer, Phillip Wilcox & Heidi S. Dungey
Additional file 9. All traits QTL pop. Plain text file containing the quantitative trait data of all individuals in the QTL population.

Additional file 8 of High density linkage maps, genetic architecture, and genomic prediction of growth and wood properties in Pinus radiata

Jules S. Freeman, Gancho T. Slavov, Jakob B. Butler, Tancred Frickey, Natalie J. Graham, Jaroslav Klápště, John Lee, Emily J. Telfer, Phillip Wilcox & Heidi S. Dungey
Additional file 8. 268,405 loc file. Plain text file containing the genotype codes for loci in the 268,405 parental map, in the format required for analysis using MAPQTL 6.0.

A high-throughput assay for quantifying phenotypic traits of microalgae

Phoebe Argyle, Jana Hinners, Nathan G. Walworth, Sinead Collins, Naomi M. Levine & Martina A. Doblin
High-throughput methods for phenotyping microalgae are in demand across a variety of research and commercial purposes. Many microalgae can be readily cultivated in multi-well plates for experimental studies which can reduce overall costs, while measuring traits from low volume samples can reduce handling. Here we develop a high-throughput quantitative phenotypic assay (QPA) that can be used to phenotype microalgae grown in multi-well plates. The QPA integrates 10 low-volume, relatively high-throughput trait measurements (growth rate, cell...

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