17 Works

Solar System Low Frequency Radio Spectra

Philippe Zarka & Baptiste Cecconi
This dataset contains the natural planetary low frequency radio emission spectra for the Sun, the Earth, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune

Combining climatic and genomic data improves range-wide tree height growth prediction in a forest tree

Juliette Archambeau, Marta Benito Garzón, Frédéric Barraquand, Marina De Miguel, Christophe Plomion & Santiago C. González-Martínez
Population response functions based on climatic and phenotypic data from common gardens have long been the gold standard for predicting quantitative trait variation in new environments. However, prediction accuracy might be enhanced by incorporating genomic information that captures the neutral and adaptive processes behind intra-population genetic variation. We used five clonal common gardens containing 34 provenances (523 genotypes) of maritime pine (Pinus pinaster Aiton) to determine whether models combining climatic and genomic data capture the...

Target enrichment of long open reading frames and ultraconserved elements to link microevolution and macroevolution in non-model organisms

Claudia Ortiz-Sepulveda, Mathieu Genete, Christelle Blassiau, Cécile Godé, Christian Albrecht, Xavier Vekemans & Bert Van Bocxlaer
Despite the increasing accessibility of high-throughput sequencing, obtaining high-quality genomic data on non-model organisms without proximate well-assembled and annotated genomes remains challenging. Here we describe a workflow that takes advantage of distant genomic resources and ingroup transcriptomes to select and jointly enrich long open reading frames (ORFs) and ultraconserved elements (UCEs) from genomic samples for integrative studies of microevolutionary and macroevolutionary dynamics. This workflow is applied to samples of the African unionid bivalve tribe Coelaturini...

Searching for genetic evidence of demographic decline in an arctic seabird: beware of overlapping generations

Emeline Charbonnel, Claire Daguin, Lucille Caradec, Eléonore Moittié, Olivier Gilg, Maria Gavrilo, Hallvard Strom, Mark L Mallory, Grant Gilchrist, R. I. Guy Morrisson, Raphael Leblois, Camille Roux, Jonathan M Yearsley, Glenn Yannic & Thomas Broquet
Genetic data are useful for detecting sudden population declines in species that are difficult to study in the field. Yet this indirect approach has its own drawbacks, including population structure, mutation patterns, and generation overlap. The ivory gull (Pagophila eburnea), a long-lived Arctic seabird, is currently suffering from rapid alteration of its primary habitat (i.e., sea ice), and dramatic climatic events affecting reproduction and recruitment. However, ivory gulls live in remote areas, and it is...

The origins of asexual brine shrimps

Nicolas O. Rode, Loreleï Boyer, Élodie Flaven, Francisco Hontoria, Gilbert Van Stappen, France Dufresne, Christoph Haag, Thomas Lenormand & Roula Jabbour-Zahab
Determining how and how often asexual lineages emerge within sexual species is central to our understanding of sex-asex transitions and the long-term maintenance of sex. Asexuality can arise “by transmission” from an existing asexual lineage to a new one, through different types of crosses. The occurrence of these crosses, cryptic sex, variation in ploidy and recombination within asexuals greatly complicates the study of sex-asex transitions, as they preclude the use of standard phylogenetic methods and...

Multi-resistant Enterobacteriaceae in yellow-legged gull chicks in their first weeks of life

Patrick Durand
Wild animal species living in anthropogenic areas are commonly carriers of antimicrobial resistant bacteria (AMRB), but their role in the epidemiology of these bacteria is unclear. Several studies on AMRB in wildlife have been cross-sectional in design and sampled individual animals at only one point in time. To further understand the role of wildlife in maintaining and potentially transmitting these bacteria to humans and livestock, longitudinal studies are needed in which samples are collected from...

Data from: Looking for compensation at multiple scales in a wetland bird community

Frédéric Barraquand, Coralie Picoche, Christelle Aluome, Laure Carassou & Claude Feigné
Compensatory dynamics, during which community composition shifts despite a near-constant total community size, are usually rare: synchronous dynamics prevail in natural communities. This is a puzzle for ecologists, because of the key role of compensation in explaining the relation between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. However, most studies so far have considered compensation in either plants or planktonic organisms, so that evidence for the generality of such synchrony is limited. Here, we extend analyses of community-level...

A CO2-free cloud mask from IASI radiances for climate applications (from IASI/Metop-B)

simon whitburn
The IASI Cloud Detection product (IASI CLD) is a cloud mask available at the IASI pixel level (L2) that was developed for climate applications purposes. The algorithm is detailed in Whitburn et al. (2022, Atmospheric Measurement Techniques). It combines (1) a high sensitivity to cloud detection, (2) a very good consistency over time and between the three IASI instruments and (3) simplicity in its parametrization. The method is based on the use of a supervised...

SOLAR-v: A new solar spectral irradiance dataset based on SOLAR/SOLSPEC observations during Solar Cycle 24

Mustapha Meftah
Variations of solar spectral irradiance are the most important natural factor in the terrestrial climate and as such, the time dependent spectral solar irradiance is a crucial input to any climate modelling. A better understanding of the long-term solar variations over timescales of the 11-year solar activity cycle and longer is very important. Thus, each new solar spectral irradiance dataset based on long-term observations represents a major interest and can be used for further investigations...

Mechanisms of dietary resource partitioning in large-herbivore assemblages: a plant-trait-based approach

Arjun Potter, Matthew Hutchinson, Johan Pansu, Bart Wursten, Ryan Long, Jonathan Levine & Robert Pringle
Sympatric large mammalian herbivore species differ in diet composition, both by eating different parts of the same plant and by eating different plant species. Various theories proposed to explain these differences are not mutually exclusive, but are difficult to reconcile and confront with data. Moreover, whereas several of these ideas were originally developed with reference to within-plant partitioning (i.e., consumption of different tissues), they may analogously apply to partitioning of plant species; this possibility has...

Additional file 2 of Maternal blood pressure associates with placental DNA methylation both directly and through alterations in cell-type composition

Lucile Broséus, Daniel Vaiman, Jörg Tost, Camino Ruano San Martin, Milan Jacobi, Joel D. Schwartz, Rémi Béranger, Rémy Slama, Barbara Heude & Johanna Lepeule
Additional file 2: Supplementary tables ST1-ST12. ST1 – Participants’ characteristics; ST2 - Global methylation analyses; ST3 - Inflation Factors; ST4 - Top 100 DMPs; ST5 - Replication Analysis; ST6 - DMRs; ST7 - Trait Enrichment; ST8 - Gene enrichment; ST9 - Sensitivity analyses of DMRs; ST10 - Association between blood pressure and cell-type composition; ST11 – Compositional mediation analysis; ST12 - Mediation analysis: role of the ratio Stromal/Syncytiotrophoblasts.

A CO2-free cloud mask from IASI radiances for climate applications (from IASI/Metop-C)

simon whitburn
The IASI Cloud Detection product (IASI CLD) is a cloud mask available at the IASI pixel level (L2) that was developed for climate applications purposes. The algorithm is detailed in Whitburn et al. (2022, Atmospheric Measurement Techniques). It combines (1) a high sensitivity to cloud detection, (2) a very good consistency over time and between the three IASI instruments and (3) simplicity in its parametrization. The method is based on the use of a supervised...

Additional file 2 of Maternal blood pressure associates with placental DNA methylation both directly and through alterations in cell-type composition

Lucile Broséus, Daniel Vaiman, Jörg Tost, Camino Ruano San Martin, Milan Jacobi, Joel D. Schwartz, Rémi Béranger, Rémy Slama, Barbara Heude & Johanna Lepeule
Additional file 2: Supplementary tables ST1-ST12. ST1 – Participants’ characteristics; ST2 - Global methylation analyses; ST3 - Inflation Factors; ST4 - Top 100 DMPs; ST5 - Replication Analysis; ST6 - DMRs; ST7 - Trait Enrichment; ST8 - Gene enrichment; ST9 - Sensitivity analyses of DMRs; ST10 - Association between blood pressure and cell-type composition; ST11 – Compositional mediation analysis; ST12 - Mediation analysis: role of the ratio Stromal/Syncytiotrophoblasts.

A CO2-free cloud mask from IASI radiances for climate applications (from IASI/Metop-A)

simon whitburn
The IASI Cloud Detection product (IASI CLD) is a cloud mask available at the IASI pixel level (L2) that was developed for climate applications purposes. The algorithm is detailed in Whitburn et al. (2022, Atmospheric Measurement Techniques). It combines (1) a high sensitivity to cloud detection, (2) a very good consistency over time and between the three IASI instruments and (3) simplicity in its parametrization. The method is based on the use of a supervised...

Spitzer-IRS spectra associated with the IDEOS project

Henrik Spoon, Antonio Hernán-Caballero, David Rupke, Rens Waters, Vianney Lebouteiller, Alexander Tielens, Thomas Loredo, Yubo Su & Vince Viola

Measurement of male and female morphologies in Mercurialis annua

Jeanne Tonnabel, Patrice David & John Pannell
We provide a dataset documenting the changes in male and female morphological traits after evolution at low- and high-density during three generations in the dioecious plant species Mercurialis annua. Our dataset corresponds to results from an experimental evolution protocol in which we have measured male and female traits after the evolution of ten experimental independent populations at the two contrasting densities. Seeds were initially collected in various populations of the species range and grown for...

Level 1A BepiColombo/PHEBUS EUV observations data of the disk-integrated solar reflected light from the Mercury surface

On October 9th and 10th 2021, nine days after the first flyby of Mercury by the ESA-JAXA mission BepiColombo, the EUV spectrograph of Probing the Hermean Exosphere by UV Spectroscopy (PHEBUS) instrument aboard BepiColombo observed the disk-integrated solar reflected light from the surface of Mercury between 90 and 160 nm at a distance of 4.5 million kilometers. These observations are used to derive the EUV reflectance of the surface of Mercury in this wavelength range...

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  • National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment
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  • University of Rennes 1
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