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User Study Dataset for Endowing a NAO Robot with Practical Social-Touch Perception

Rachael Bevill Burns, Hyosang Lee, Hasti Seifi, Robert Faulkner & Katherine J. Kuchenbecker
We encourage viewers to select the "Tree" view, rather than "Table" view, in order to see the files organized by their respective folders. The User Study Methods section of the manuscript gives detailed explanations of the data collection and process. The dataset includes the following: 1. A readme text file explaining our code and data. 2. Raw tactile sensor data from four sensor channels for each participant, as separated by the sensor location being touched...

Data from: Influences of summer warming and nutrient availability on Salix glauca L. growth in Greenland along an ice to sea gradient

Angela Luisa Prendin, Signe Normand, Marco Carrer, Nanna Bjerregaard Pedersen, Henning Matthiesen, Andreas Westergaard-Nielsen, Bo Elbering, Urs Albert Treier & Jørgen Hollesen
The combined effects of climate change and nutrient availability on Arctic vegetation growth are poorly understood. Archaeological sites in the Arctic could represent unique nutrient hotspots for studying the long-term effect of nutrient enrichment. In this study, we analysed a time-series of ring widths of Salix glauca L. collected at nine archaeological sites and in their natural surroundings along a climate gradient in the Nuuk fjord region, Southwest Greenland, stretching from the edge of the...

Additional file 4 of A multi-omics approach unravels metagenomic and metabolic alterations of a probiotic and synbiotic additive in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

Jacob Agerbo Rasmussen, Kasper Rømer Villumsen, Madeleine Ernst, Martin Hansen, Torunn Forberg, Shyam Gopalakrishnan, M. Thomas P. Gilbert, Anders Miki Bojesen, Karsten Kristiansen & Morten Tønsberg Limborg
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Data from: Seasonal progression and differences in major floral resource use by bees and hoverflies in a diverse horticultural and agricultural landscape revealed by DNA metabarcoding

Abigail Lowe, Laura Jones, Georgina Brennan, Simon Creer & Natasha De Vere
Gardens are important habitats for pollinators, providing floral resources and nesting sites. There are high levels of public support for growing ‘pollinator-friendly’ plants but whilst plant recommendation lists are available, they are usually inconsistent, poorly supported by scientific research and target a narrow group of pollinators. In order to supply the most appropriate resources, there is a clear need to understand foraging preferences, for a range of pollinators, across the season within horticultural landscapes. Using...

A polygenic architecture with habitat-dependent effects underlies ecological differentiation in Silene

Susanne Gramlich, Xiaodong Liu, C. Alex Buerkle, Adrien Favre & Sophie Karrenberg
Ecological differentiation can drive speciation but it is unclear how the genetic architecture of habitat-dependent fitness contributes to lineage divergence. We investigated the genetic architecture of cumulative flowering, a fitness component, in second-generation hybrids between Silene dioica and S. latifolia transplanted into the natural habitat of each species. We used reduced-representation sequencing and Bayesian Sparse Linear Mixed Models (BSLMMs) to analyze the genetic control of cumulative flowering in each habitat. Our results point to a...

Broad-scale patterns of geographic avoidance between species emerge in the absence of fine-scale mechanisms of coexistence

Roberto Novella-Fernandez, Javier Juste, Carlos Ibanez, Hugo Rebelo, Danilo Russo, Antton Alberdi, Andreas Kiefer, Laura Graham, Patrick Doncaster, Hynek Paul & Orly Razgour
Aim: The need to forecast range shifts under future climate change has motivated an increasing interest in better understanding the role of biotic interactions in driving diversity patterns. The contribution of biotic interactions to shaping broad-scale species distributions is however, still debated, partly due to the difficulty of detecting their effects. We aim to test whether spatial exclusion between potentially competing species can be detected at the species range scale, and whether this pattern relates...

Behavioural and morphological traits influence sex-specific floral resource use by hummingbirds

Maria Alejandra Maglianesi, Pietro Maruyama, Ethan Temeles, Matthias Schleuning, Thais Zanata, Marlies Sazima, Aquiles Gutiérrez-Zamora, Oscar Marín-Gómez, Liliana Rosero-Lasprilla, Monica Ramirez Burbano, Alejandra Ruffini, Ricardo Salamanca-Reyes, Ivan Sazima, Laura E. Nuñez-Rosas, María Del Coro Arizmendi, Carsten Rahbek & Bo Dalsgaard
Research on resource partitioning in plant-pollinator mutualistic systems is mainly concentrated at the levels of species and communities, whereas differences between males and females are typically ignored. Nevertheless, pollinators often show large sexual differences in behaviour and morphology, which may lead to sex-specific patterns of resource use with the potential to differentially affect plant reproduction and diversification. We investigated variation in behavioural and morphological traits between sexes of hummingbird species as potential mechanisms underlying sex-specific...

Leading trait dimensions in flood-tolerant plants

Yingji Pan, Ellen Cieraad, Jean Armstrong, William Armstrong, Beverley Clarkson, Ole Pedersen, Eric Visser, Laurentius Voesenek & Peter Van Bodegom
Background and Aims While trait-based approaches have provided critical insights into general plant functioning, we lack a comprehensive quantitative view on plant strategies in flooded conditions. Plants adapted to flooded conditions have specific traits (e.g. root porosity, low root/shoot ratio and shoot elongation) to cope with the environmental stressors including anoxic sediments, and the subsequent presence of phytotoxic compounds. In flooded habitats, plants also respond to potential nutrient and light limitations, e.g. through the expression...

Assessment of primary and inflammation-driven genotoxicity of carbon black nanoparticles in vitro and in vivo

Emilio Di Ianni, Peter Møller, Tanya Cholakova, Henrik Wolff, Nicklas Raun Jacobsen & Ulla Vogel
Carbon black nanoparticles (CBNPs) have a large surface area/volume ratio and are known to generate oxidative stress and inflammation that may result in genotoxicity and cancer. Here, we evaluated the primary and inflammatory response-driven (i.e. secondary) genotoxicity of two CBNPs, Flammruss101 (FL101) and PrintexXE2B (XE2B) that differ in size and specific surface area (SSA), and cause different amounts of reactive oxygen species. Three doses (low, medium and high) of FL101 and XE2B were assessed in...

A global analysis of viviparity in squamates highlights its prevalence in cold climates

Anna Zimin, Sean Zimin, Richard Shine, Luciano Avila, Aaron Bauer, Monika Böhm, Rafe Brown, Goni Barki, Gabriel Henrique De Oliveira Caetano, Fernando-Castro Herrera, David Chapple, Laurent Chirio, Guarino Colli, Tiffany Doan, Frank Glaw, L. Lee Grismer, Yuval Itescu, Fred Kraus, Matthew LeBreton, Marcio Martins, Mariana Morado, Gopal Murali, Zoltán Nagy, Maria Novosolov, Paul Oliver … & Shai Meiri
Aim: Viviparity has evolved more times in squamates than in any other vertebrate group. Therefore, squamates offer an excellent model system to study the patterns, drivers, and implications of reproductive mode evolution. Based on current species distributions we examined three selective forces hypothesized to drive squamate viviparity evolution: (1) cold climate, (2) variable climate, and (3) hypoxic conditions, and tested whether viviparity is associated with larger body size. Location: Global. Time period: present day. Taxon:...

Do large-scale associations in birds imply biotic interactions or environmental filtering?

Merja Elo, Mira H. Kajanus, Jere Tolvanen, Vincent Devictor, Jukka T. Forsman, Aleksi Lehikoinen, Mikko Mönkkönen, James T. Thorson, Maximilian G. R. Vollstädt & Sami M. Kivelä
Aim: There has been a wide interest in the effect of biotic interactions on species’ occurrences and abundances at large spatial scales, coupled with a vast development of the statistical methods to study them. Still, the evidence whether the effects of within-trophic level biotic interactions (e.g. competition and heterospecific attraction) are discernible beyond local scales remains inconsistent. Here, we present a novel hypothesis-testing framework based on joint dynamic species distribution models (JDSDMs) and functional trait...

Global potential invasion maps of traded birds under climate and land-cover change

Babak Naimi, César Capinha, Joana Ribeiro, Carsten Rahbek, Diederik Strubbe, Luís Reino & Miguel Araujo
Biological invasions rank among the top five threatening factors affecting biodiversity, but ongoing changes in climate and land cover might exacerbate risks. We used species distribution models for 609 traded bird species on the CITES list to examine the combined effects of projected climate change and land-cover change worldwide on the potential range expansion of bird species with commercial value as pets. The maps of potential invasion (may be inferred as the invasion risk) have...

Additional file 1 of The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mortality in people with dementia without COVID-19: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Michael Axenhus, Kristian Steen Frederiksen, Robin Ziyue Zhou, Gunhild Waldemar & Bengt Winblad
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Data from: Temporal change in floral availability leads to periods of resource limitation and affects diet specificity in a generalist pollinator

Abigail Lowe, Laura Jones, Georgina Brennan, Lynda Christie & Natasha De Vere
Generalist species are core components of ecological networks and crucial for the maintenance of biodiversity. Generalised species and networks are expected to be more resilient, therefore understanding the dynamics of specialisation and generalisation in ecological networks is a key focus in a time of rapid global climate change. Whilst diet generalisation is frequently studied, our understanding of how it changes over time is limited. We explore temporal variation in diet specificity in the honeybee (Apis...

Additional file 1 of The NORMAN Suspect List Exchange (NORMAN-SLE): facilitating European and worldwide collaboration on suspect screening in high resolution mass spectrometry

Hiba Mohammed Taha, Reza Aalizadeh, Nikiforos Alygizakis, Jean-Philippe Antignac, Hans Peter H. Arp, Richard Bade, Nancy Baker, Lidia Belova, Lubertus Bijlsma, Evan E. Bolton, Werner Brack, Alberto Celma, Wen-Ling Chen, Tiejun Cheng, Parviel Chirsir, Ľuboš Čirka, Lisa A. D’Agostino, Yannick Djoumbou Feunang, Valeria Dulio, Stellan Fischer, Pablo Gago-Ferrero, Aikaterini Galani, Birgit Geueke, Natalia Głowacka, Juliane Glüge … & Emma L. Schymanski
Additional file 1: Summary of the NORMAN-SLE datasets (CSV format) as of 4 May 2022 [81].

Additional file 3 of The NORMAN Suspect List Exchange (NORMAN-SLE): facilitating European and worldwide collaboration on suspect screening in high resolution mass spectrometry

Hiba Mohammed Taha, Reza Aalizadeh, Nikiforos Alygizakis, Jean-Philippe Antignac, Hans Peter H. Arp, Richard Bade, Nancy Baker, Lidia Belova, Lubertus Bijlsma, Evan E. Bolton, Werner Brack, Alberto Celma, Wen-Ling Chen, Tiejun Cheng, Parviel Chirsir, Ľuboš Čirka, Lisa A. D’Agostino, Yannick Djoumbou Feunang, Valeria Dulio, Stellan Fischer, Pablo Gago-Ferrero, Aikaterini Galani, Birgit Geueke, Natalia Głowacka, Juliane Glüge … & Emma L. Schymanski
Additional file 3: Summary of Zenodo view and download statistics, plus citations (CSV format) as of 28 April 2022 [235].

Additional file 4 of The NORMAN Suspect List Exchange (NORMAN-SLE): facilitating European and worldwide collaboration on suspect screening in high resolution mass spectrometry

Hiba Mohammed Taha, Reza Aalizadeh, Nikiforos Alygizakis, Jean-Philippe Antignac, Hans Peter H. Arp, Richard Bade, Nancy Baker, Lidia Belova, Lubertus Bijlsma, Evan E. Bolton, Werner Brack, Alberto Celma, Wen-Ling Chen, Tiejun Cheng, Parviel Chirsir, Ľuboš Čirka, Lisa A. D’Agostino, Yannick Djoumbou Feunang, Valeria Dulio, Stellan Fischer, Pablo Gago-Ferrero, Aikaterini Galani, Birgit Geueke, Natalia Głowacka, Juliane Glüge … & Emma L. Schymanski
Additional file 4: Summary of Zenodo citations plus DOIs per list (CSV format) as of 1 May 2022 [236].

Additional file 5 of The NORMAN Suspect List Exchange (NORMAN-SLE): facilitating European and worldwide collaboration on suspect screening in high resolution mass spectrometry

Hiba Mohammed Taha, Reza Aalizadeh, Nikiforos Alygizakis, Jean-Philippe Antignac, Hans Peter H. Arp, Richard Bade, Nancy Baker, Lidia Belova, Lubertus Bijlsma, Evan E. Bolton, Werner Brack, Alberto Celma, Wen-Ling Chen, Tiejun Cheng, Parviel Chirsir, Ľuboš Čirka, Lisa A. D’Agostino, Yannick Djoumbou Feunang, Valeria Dulio, Stellan Fischer, Pablo Gago-Ferrero, Aikaterini Galani, Birgit Geueke, Natalia Głowacka, Juliane Glüge … & Emma L. Schymanski
Additional file 5: Authorship contributions and acknowledgements mapped to NORMAN-SLE lists (XLSX format).

Additional file 2 of PredictCBC-2.0: a contralateral breast cancer risk prediction model developed and validated in ~ 200,000 patients

Daniele Giardiello, Maartje J. Hooning, Michael Hauptmann, Renske Keeman, B. A. M. Heemskerk-Gerritsen, Heiko Becher, Carl Blomqvist, Stig E. Bojesen, Manjeet K. Bolla, Nicola J. Camp, Kamila Czene, Peter Devilee, Diana M. Eccles, Peter A. Fasching, Jonine D. Figueroa, Henrik Flyger, Montserrat García-Closas, Christopher A. Haiman, Ute Hamann, John L. Hopper, Anna Jakubowska, Floor E. Leeuwen, Annika Lindblom, Jan Lubiński, Sara Margolin … & Marjanka K. Schmidt
Additional file 2: Table S1. Description of the studies included in the analyses.

Is it okay to choose to receive bad news by telephone? An observational study on psychosocial consequences of diagnostic workup for lung cancer suspicion

Ingrid C. Andersen, Volkert Siersma, Kristoffer Marsaa, Nikolaj Preisel, Asbjørn Høegholm, John Brodersen & Uffe Bodtger
In-person meeting is considered the gold standard in current communication protocols regarding sensitive information, yet one size may not fit all, and patients increasingly demand or are offered disclosure of bad news by, e.g., telephone. It is unknown how patients’ active preference for communication modality affect psychosocial consequences of receiving potentially bad news. To explore psychosocial consequences in patients, who themselves chose to have results of lung cancer workup delivered either in-person or by telephone...

Exceptions to the rule: Relative roles of time, diversification rates and regional energy in shaping the inverse latitudinal diversity gradient

Felipe Cerezer, Antonin Machac, Thiago Rangel & Cristian Dambros
Aim: Inverse latitudinal diversity gradients (i-LDG), whereby regional richness peaks outside the tropics, have rarely been investigated and their causes remain unclear. Here, we investigate three prominent explanations, postulating that species-rich regions have had (1) longer time to accumulate species, (2) faster diversification, and (3) more energy to support more diverse communities. These mechanisms have been shown to explain the tropical megadiversity, and we examine whether they can also explain i-LDG. Location: Global Time period:...

Additional file 1 of The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mortality in people with dementia without COVID-19: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Michael Axenhus, Kristian Steen Frederiksen, Robin Ziyue Zhou, Gunhild Waldemar & Bengt Winblad
Additional file 1.

Additional file 2 of The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mortality in people with dementia without COVID-19: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Michael Axenhus, Kristian Steen Frederiksen, Robin Ziyue Zhou, Gunhild Waldemar & Bengt Winblad
Additional file 2.

Additional file 2 of The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mortality in people with dementia without COVID-19: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Michael Axenhus, Kristian Steen Frederiksen, Robin Ziyue Zhou, Gunhild Waldemar & Bengt Winblad
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Additional file 1 of Multi-omics to predict changes during cold pressor test

Lisette J. A. Kogelman, Madeleine Ernst, Katrine Falkenberg, Gianluca Mazzoni, Julie Courraud, Li Peng Lundgren, Susan Svane Laursen, Arieh Cohen, Jes Olesen & Thomas Folkmann Hansen
Additional file 1. Annotation of identified metabolites.

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  • University of Copenhagen
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  • Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research
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  • University of Queensland
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  • Aarhus University
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  • United States National Library of Medicine
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  • Water Research Institute
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  • University of Antwerp
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  • Utrecht University
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