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Data from: Modeling effects of environmental change on wolf population dynamics, trait evolution, and life history

Tim Coulson, Daniel R. MacNulty, Daniel R. Stahler, Bridgett VonHoldt, Robert K. Wayne & Douglas W. Smith
Environmental change has been observed to generate simultaneous responses in population dynamics, life history, gene frequencies, and morphology in a number of species. But how common are such eco-evolutionary responses to environmental change likely to be? Are they inevitable, or do they require a specific type of change? Can we accurately predict eco-evolutionary responses? We address these questions using theory and data from the study of Yellowstone wolves. We show that environmental change is expected...

Data from: Mitochondrial capture by a transmissible cancer

Clare A. Rebbeck, Armand M. Leroi & Austin Burt
Canine transmissible venereal tumor (CTVT) is an infectious cell line circulating in many feral dog populations. It originated once, about 10,000 years ago. Phylogenetic analyses of mitochondrial sequences from dogs, wolves, and a geographically diverse collection of CTVT samples indicate that the cancer has periodically acquired mitochondria from its host. We suggest that this may be because the cancer’s own mitochondria have a tendency to degenerate, due to high mutation rates and relaxed selection, resulting...

Data from: Blocking the evolution of insecticide-resistant malaria vectors with a microsporidian

Jacob C. Koella, Adam Saddler & Thomas P. S. Karacs
Finding a way to block the evolution insecticide-resistance would be a major breakthrough for the control of malaria. We suggest that this may be possible by introducing a stress into mosquito populations that restores the sensitivity of genetically resistant mosquitoes and that decreases their longevity when they are not exposed to insecticide. We use a mathematical model to show that, despite the intense selection pressure imposed by insecticides, moderate levels of stress might tip the...

Data from: Molecular detection of trophic links in a complex insect host-parasitoid food web

Jan Hrcek, Scott E Miller, Donald L J Quicke & M. Alex Smith
Previously, host-parasitoid links have been unveiled almost exclusively by time-intensive rearing, while molecular methods were used only in simple agricultural host-parasitoid systems in the form of species specific primers. Here we present a general method for molecular detection of these links applied to a complex caterpillar-parasitoid food web from tropical rainforest of Papua New Guinea. We DNA barcoded hosts, parasitoids and their tissue remnants and matched the sequences to our extensive library of local species....

Data from: The microsporidian parasite Vavraia culicis as a potential late life-acting control agent of malaria

Lena M. Lorenz & Jacob C. Koella
Microsporidian parasites are being considered as alternatives to conventional insecticides for malaria control. They should reduce malaria transmission by shortening the lifespan of female mosquitoes and thus killing them before they transmit malaria. As the parasite replicates throughout the mosquito’s life, it should have little detrimental effects on young mosquitoes, thus putting less selection pressure on the hosts to evolve resistance. Here we examined these expectations for the microsporidian Vavraia culicis on Anopheles gambiae Giles...

RAKQOJ, B3LYP+GD3+BJ/Def2-TZVPP, toluene OHN = 1.4913/1.0827 ==> PT G = -2893.382785

Henry Rzepa
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

RAKQOJ, B3LYP+GD3+BJ/Def2-TZVPP, chloroform , TS

Henry Rzepa
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

RAKQOJ, B3LYP+GD3+BJ/Def2-TZVPP, toluene, TS for Proton transfer, IRC

Henry Rzepa
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

RAKQOJ, B3LYP+GD3+BJ/Def2-TZVPP, dibutylether , TS PT

Henry Rzepa
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

allyldifluoroborane-B3LYP+GD3BJ/def2svpp

Alexandre Dumon
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

C6H5CF3-o-DCB-B3LYP+GD3BJ/def2svpp

Alexandre Dumon
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

Fluoromethane-chloroform-B3LYP+GD3BJ/def2svpp

Alexandre Dumon
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

CF3CCCF3-B3LYP+GD3BJ/aug-cc-pvdz

Alexandre Dumon
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

p-F-Ph-BF3 (-) 90.0 Cs aug-cc-pvdz

Henry Rzepa
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

p-F-Ph-BF3 (-) 0.0 Cs aug-cc-pvdz

Henry Rzepa
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

C2B2 singlet G = -125.484305

Henry Rzepa
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

97, diaxial, d-aug-cc-pvdz on F, aug-cc-pvdz on Si

Henry Rzepa
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

ZICMIJ, open form as inflexion point (hidden intermediate) G = -934.291585 DG = 13.7 19F = -81.2, -86.7

Henry Rzepa
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

Fluoroform-Acetone-MP2/aug-cc-pvdz/OPT

Alexandre Dumon
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

BF3*THF-B3LYP+GD3BJ/aug-cc-pvdz

Alexandre Dumon
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

BF3*THF-B3LYP+GD3BJ/def2svpp

Alexandre Dumon
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

Fluoroform-Acetone-B3LYP/def2svpp

Alexandre Dumon
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

C6H5CF3-DMF-B3LYP+GD3BJ/aug-cc-pvdz

Alexandre Dumon
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

p-C6H4F2-Acetone-wb97xd/aug-cc-pvdz

Alexandre Dumon
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

C6H5CF3-DMF-MP2/aug-cc-pvdz/OPT

Alexandre Dumon
Gaussian 16 (C01) calculation

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