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Polskie Generalne Sondaże Społeczne 1992-2010

Bogdan Cichomski, Tomasz Jerzyński & Marcin Zieliński
Poruszana problematyka badawczaProblematyka PGSS obejmuje główne nurty zainteresowań polskiej i światowej czołówki badaczy z różnych dyscyplin empirycznych nauk społecznych: socjologii, psychologii społecznej, nauk politycznych i ekonomii. Jest również bliska zainteresowaniom praktyków śledzących procesy przekształceń systemowych w Polsce i analizujących ich skutki. W obrębie powtarzanej od 1992 roku problematyki, w PGSS znalazły się następujące bloki zagadnień:Charakterystyki społeczno-demograficzne badanych, obejmujące również ekologię społeczną i mobilność geograficzną, strukturę rodziny i małżeństwa. Do tej grupy należy zaliczyć także wskaźniki...

High-resolution single-crystal X-ray diffraction dataset for cyanuric acid dihydrate at 100K

Sławomir Antonii Bojarowski, Barbara Gruza, Damian Trzybiński, Radosław Kamiński, Anna Agnieszka Hoser, Prashant Kumar, Krzysztof Woźniak & Paulina Maria Dominiak
High-resolution X-ray diffraction data set for cyanuric acid dihydrate crystal collected in Warsaw, Poland, for charge density analysis. XD program refinement results are provided with associated files.

High-resolution single-crystal X-ray diffraction dataset for triptycene at 100K

Sławomir Antonii Bojarowski, Barbara Gruza, Damian Trzybiński, Radosław Kamiński, Anna Agnieszka Hoser, Prashant Kumar, Krzysztof Woźniak & Paulina Maria Dominiak
High-resolution X-ray diffraction data set triptycene crystals collected in Warsaw, Poland, for charge density analysis. JANA (Z. Kristallogr. 2014, 229, 345-352) and MOPRO (J. Appl. Cryst. 2005, 38, 38-54) program refinement results are provided with associated files.

MDPI Open Peer Review Corpus

Marcin Miłkowski & Ksawery Jasieński
MDPI Open Peer Review CorpusSection for Logic & Cognitive Science, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of ScienceGenerated by Ksawery Jasieński under supervision of Marcin Miłkowski (2022)MDPI is committed to open peer review idea, but these are voluntary. They are not available for download in a single package, so they must be crawled from their website.The data set contains all available peer reviews as of 16 June 2022 (123 papers with reviews). In addition,...

Data from: When males outlive females: sex-specific effects of temperature on lifespan in a cyclic parthenogen

Barbara Pietrzak, Małgorzata Grzesiuk, Julia Dorosz & Andrzej Mikulski
Lifespans of males and females frequently differ as a consequence of different life history strategies adopted to maximize fitness. It is well visible in cyclic parthenogens, such as water fleas of the genus Daphnia, where males appear in the population usually only for periods when receptive females are available. Moreover, even within one sex, different life history strategies and mechanisms regulating lifespan may exist. Previous studies suggested that Daphnia males may regulate their lifespan by...

Data from: High parasite infection level in non-native invasive species: it is just a matter of time

Marta Kołodziej-Sobocińska, Marcin Brzeziński, Agnieszka Niemczynowicz & Andrzej Zalewski
The Enemy Release Hypothesis is often used to explain the success of non-native species invasions. Growing evidence indicates that parasite or pathogen species richness increases over time in invasive non-native species; however, this increase should not directly translate into release from enemy pressure as infection intensity of parasites (number of parasites per host) has a more profound impact on host fitness. The changes in intensity of parasitic infections in invasive non-native species have not yet...

Uninterrupted growth in a non-polar hadrosaur explains the gigantism among duck-billed dinosaurs

Tomasz Szczygielski, Justyna Słowiak, Łucja Fostowicz-Frelik & Michał Ginter
Duck-billed dinosaurs (Hadrosauridae) were the most common ornithopods of the Late Cretaceous. Second only to sauropods and in many cases exceeding the sizes of the largest land mammals (such as indricotheres or proboscideans), they represent the largest terrestrial herbivores that walked the Earth. Despite their gigantic sizes, diversity, and abundance, their growth strategies remain poorly understood. Herein, we examine the bone microstructure of several Mongolian hadrosauroids of varied adult sizes. The small and middle-sized species...

Giant sengi or elephant-shrew (Rhynchocyon species) interactions with Red-Capped Robin-Chat (Cossypha natalensis) and White-Chested Alethe (Chamaetylas fuelleborni) in Tanzania

Norbert Cordeiro, Francesco Rovero, Maurus Msuha, Katarzyna Nowak, Andrea Bianchi & Trevor Jones
Using camera traps and direct observations, we recorded interactions between three species of giant sengi (Rhynchocyon sp.) and two insectivorous bird species from five forests in Tanzania. In all instances, the birds closely followed the giant sengis who were moving and foraging in the leaf litter. Given the two bird species are insectivorous and follow ant swarms to obtain flushed prey, these interactions suggest that following the sengi represents an adaptive foraging strategy. Our observations...

Data from: Three-dimensional visualization of the internal plastid membrane network during runner bean chloroplast biogenesis: dynamic model of the tubular-lamellar transformation

Łucja Maria Kowalewska, Radosław Mazur, Szymon Suski, Maciej Garstka & Agnieszka Mostowska
Chloroplast biogenesis is a complex process integrated with plant development, leading to fully differentiated and functionally mature plastids. In this paper, the process of structural membrane transformation during the etioplast - chloroplast transition is reconstructed with the help of electron tomography and confocal microscopy. 3D reconstruction is the only method that leads to an understanding of the transformation of the regular, tubular network of paracrystalline prolamellar bodies (PLB) and prothylakoids (PT), flattened porous membranes, to...

Proteome-pI 2.0 Isoelectric point for PDB proteins

Lukasz P. Kozlowski
Predicted isoelectric point for PDB proteins (Dec 2021) done using 20 different algorithms. Compressed with 7zip and zip.Methods:Bjellqvist, DTASelect, Dawson, EMBOSS, Grimsley, IPC2_peptide, IPC2_protein, IPC_peptide, IPC_protein, Lehninger, Nozaki, Patrickios, ProMoST, Rodwell, Sillero, Solomon, Thurlkill, Toseland, Wikipedia, IPC2.protein.svr19Primary references:Kozlowski LP. Proteome-pI 2.0: proteome isoelectric point database update. Nucleic Acids Res. 2021, doi: 10.1093/nar/gkab944WWW:http://isoelectricpointdb2.orghttp://isoelectricpointdb2.mimuw.edu.pl

Explaining illness with evil: Pathogen prevalence fosters moral vitalism

Brock Bastian, Christin-Melanie Vauclair, Steve Loughnan, Paul Bain, Ashwini Ashokkumar, Maja Becker, Michal Bilewicz, Emma Collier-Baker, Carla Crespo, Paul W. Eastwick, Ronald Fischer, Malte Friese, Ángel Gómez, Valeschka M. Guerra, Jose Luis Castellanos Guevara, Katja Hanke, Nic Hooper, Li-Li Huang, Shi Junqi, Minoru Karasawa, Peter Kuppens, Siri Leknes, Müjde Peker, Cesar Pelay, Afoditi Pina … & William B. Swann
Pathogens represent a significant threat to human health leading to the emergence of strategies designed to help manage their negative impact. We examined how spiritual beliefs developed to explain and predict the devastating effects of pathogens and spread of infectious disease. Analysis of existing data in Studies 1 and 2 suggests that moral vitalism (beliefs about spiritual forces of evil) is higher in geographical regions characterized by historical higher levels of pathogens. Furthermore, drawing on...

Breeding in the pandemic: Short-term lockdown restrictions in a European capital city did not alter the life-history traits of two urban adapters

Michela Corsini, Zuzanna Jagiello, Michał Walesiak, Michał Redlisiak, Ignacy Stadnicki, Ewa Mierzejewska & Marta Szulkin
Humans are transforming natural habitats into managed urban green areas and impervious surfaces with unprecedented peace. Yet, the effects of human presence per se on animal life-history traits are rarely tested. This is particularly true in cities, where human presence is often indissociable from urbanisation itself. We analysed four years of avian breeding data collected in a European capital city to test whether lockdown measures altered nestbox occupancy and life-history traits in terms of egg-laying...

Rewetting does not return drained fen peatlands to their old selves

Juergen Kreyling, Franziska Tanneberger, Florian Jansen, Sebastian Van Der Linden, Camiel Aggenbach, Volker Blüml, John Couwenberg, Willem-Jan Emsens, Hans Joosten, Agatha Klimkowska, Wiktor Kotowski, Lukasz Kozub, Bernd Lennartz, Yvonne Liczner, Haojie Liu, Dierk Michaelis, Claudia Oehmke, Karsten Parakenings, Elisabeth Pleyl, Arne Poyda, Stefanie Raabe, Markus Röhl, Kirsten Rücker, Anett Schneider, Joachim Schrautzer … & Gerald Jurasinski
Peatlands, in particular groundwater-fed fens of the temperate zone, have been drained for agriculture, forestry and peat extraction for a long time and on a large scale. Drainage turns peatlands from a carbon and nutrient sink into a respective source, diminishes water regulation capacity at the landscape scale, causes continuous surface height loss and destroys their typical biodiversity. Over the last decades, drained peatlands have been rewetted for biodiversity restoration and, as it strongly decreases...

Fish fluoxetine reaction time

Małgorzata Grzesiuk & Alicja Pawelec
Fluoxetine is an antidepressant medicine causing relaxation and mood improvement in people, with silencing certain personality traits in some cases. The question arise if such phenomena can be observed in non-target organisms like fish. Fluoxetine affects fishes behaviour, however, it is not known if the medicine affects its “personality”. This study aimed to evaluate the reaction of the invasive Neogobius fluviatilis and native Gobio gobio individuals to fluoxetine at environmental concentration of 360 ng L-1....

Changing Life in Egyptian Alexandria: The Testimony of the Islamic Cemetery on Kom el-Dikka. Catalog

Robert Mahler
This is a catalog. It contains two sets of data from the Islamic cemetery on Kom el-Dikka. The data were used to study changing life in Egyptian Alexandria in the early Islamic period.Appendix A, Catalog of graves: contains the complete set of archaeological data from the different phases of the cemetery.Appendix B, Catalog of burials: contains the full set of data from bioarchaeological analyses.

eLife Open Peer Review Corpus

Marcin Miłkowski & Ksawery Jasieński
eLife Open Peer Review CorpusSection for Logic & Cognitive Science, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of ScienceGenerated by Ksawery Jasieński under supervision of Marcin Miłkowski (2022)eLife is committed to open peer review idea. Reviews are not available for download in a single package, so they must be extracted from their complete data set, which is several gigabytes large.The data set contains all available peer reviews as of 24 July 2022 (10853 papers with...

Proteome-pI 2.0 Isoelectric point for UniProt proteins

Lukasz P. Kozlowski
Predicted isoelectric point for UniProt proteins (219M sequences) done using 19 different algorithms (September 2021). Compressed with 7zip and zip.Methods:Bjellqvist, DTASelect, Dawson, EMBOSS, Grimsley, IPC2_peptide, IPC2_protein, IPC_peptide, IPC_protein, Lehninger, Nozaki, Patrickios, ProMoST, Rodwell, Sillero, Solomon, Thurlkill, Toseland, WikipediaPrimary references:Kozlowski LP. Proteome-pI 2.0: proteome isoelectric point database update. Nucleic Acids Res. 2021, doi: 10.1093/nar/gkab944WWW:http://isoelectricpointdb2.orghttp://isoelectricpointdb2.mimuw.edu.pl

Structure of rRNA coding genes in Euglenozoa – research data

Paweł Hałakuc
Background:Euglenozoa (Discoba) are known for unorthodox rDNA organization: rDNA may be located on extrachromosomal circles, and 28S rRNA is fragmented into smaller molecules interspersed by additional internal transcribed spacers (ITSs). Diplonemea is one of the main groups of Euglenozoa and its members are among the most abundant and diverse protists in the oceans. Despite that, the rRNA of only one diplonemid species, Diplonema papillatum, has been examined so far and found to exhibit continuous 28S...

Corpus data set for the Judicial English Eurolect

Łucja Biel, Dariusz Koźbiał & Dariusz Müller
Data set on the Judicial English Eurolect from the focus corpus (Corpus of CJEU judgments) and two reference corpora (Corpus of EU Regulations and Corpus of UKSC judgments)

Polskie Generalne Sondaże Społeczne 1992-2008

Bogdan Cichomski, Tomasz Jerzyński & Marcin Zieliński
Poruszana problematyka badawczaProblematyka PGSS obejmuje główne nurty zainteresowań polskiej i światowej czołówki badaczy z różnych dyscyplin empirycznych nauk społecznych: socjologii, psychologii społecznej, nauk politycznych i ekonomii. Jest również bliska zainteresowaniom praktyków śledzących procesy przekształceń systemowych w Polsce i analizujących ich skutki. W obrębie powtarzanej od 1992 roku problematyki, w PGSS znalazły się następujące bloki zagadnień:Charakterystyki społeczno-demograficzne badanych, obejmujące również ekologię społeczną i mobilność geograficzną, strukturę rodziny i małżeństwa. Do tej grupy należy zaliczyć także wskaźniki...

Data from: Recovery of large carnivores in Europe’s modern human-dominated landscapes

Guillaume Chapron, Petra Kaczensky, John D. C. Linnell, Manuela Von Arx, Djuro Huber, Henrik Andrén, José Vicente López-Bao, Michal Adamec, Francisco Álvares, Ole Anders, Linas Balčiauskas, Vaidas Balys, Péter Bedő, Ferdinand Bego, Juan Carlos Blanco, Urs Breitenmoser, Henrik Brøseth, Luděk Bufka, Raimonda Bunikyte, Paolo Ciucci, Alexander Dutsov, Thomas Engleder, Christian Fuxjäger, Claudio Groff, Katja Holmala … & Luigi Boitani
The conservation of large carnivores is a formidable challenge for biodiversity conservation. Using a data set on the past and current status of brown bears (Ursus arctos), Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx), gray wolves (Canis lupus), and wolverines (Gulo gulo) in European countries, we show that roughly one-third of mainland Europe hosts at least one large carnivore species, with stable or increasing abundance in most cases in 21st-century records. The reasons for this overall conservation success...

Data from: Variation in neighbourhood context shapes frugivore-mediated facilitation and competition among co-dispersed plant species

Jörg Albrecht, Victoria Bohle, Dana Berens, Bogdan Jaroszewicz, Nuria Selva, Nina Farwig & Dana G. Berens
1. Co-occurring and simultaneously fruiting plant species may either compete for dispersal by shared frugivores, or enhance each other's dispersal through joint attraction of frugivores. While competitive plant–plant interactions are expected to cause the evolutionary divergence of fruit phenologies, facilitative interactions are assumed to promote their convergence. To which extent competitive and facilitative interactions among plant species with similar phenological niches are controlled by spatial variation in their local abundance and co-occurrence is poorly understood....

Data from: Birds with high lifetime reproductive success experience increased telomere loss

Joanna Sudyka, Aneta Arct, Szymon M. Drobniak, Lars Gustafsson & Mariusz Cichoń
Lifetime reproductive success (LRS) is what counts in terms of evolution, but investments in reproduction entail costs for an organism. The idea that telomere dynamics may be shaped in response to such costs is already established, however we still lack information if this relation translates to overall fitness. Here, we quantified lifetime reproductive success (number of fledged young) and longitudinal telomere dynamics of small passerine birds - the blue tits. We found that individual telomere...

Multigene phylogenetics of euglenids based on single-cell transcriptomics of diverse phagotrophs

Gordon Lax, Martin Kolisko, Yana Eglit, Won Je Lee, Naoji Yubuki, Anna Karnkowska, Leander Brian, Gertraud Burger, Patrick Keeling & Alastair Simpson
Euglenids are a well-known group of single-celled eukaryotes, with phototrophic, osmotrophic and phagotrophic members. Phagotrophs represent most of the phylogenetic diversity of euglenids, and gave rise to the phototrophs and osmotrophs, but their evolutionary relationships are poorly understood. Symbiontids, in contrast, are anaerobes that are alternatively inferred to be derived euglenids, or a separate euglenozoan group. Most phylogenetic studies of euglenids have examined the SSU rDNA gene only, which is often highly divergent. Also, many...

Plant herbivore interactions: Combined effect of ground water level, root vole grazing and sedge silicification

Zbigniew Borowski, Karol Zub, Marcin Sulwiński, Małgorzata Suska-Malawska & Marek Konarzewski
1. Accumulation of silica (Si) by plants can driven by (1) herbivore pressure (and therefore, plant-herbivore interactions) (2) geo-hydrological cycles or (3) a combination of (1) and (2), with (1-3) possibly affecting Si concentration with a 1-year delay. 2. To identify the relative significance of (1-3) we analysed the concentration of Si in fibrous tussock sedge (Carex appropinquata), the population density of the root vole (Microtus oeconomus) and the ground water level, over 11 years....

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