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Data from: Almost a spider: a 305-million-year-old fossil arachnid and spider origins

Russell J. Garwood, Jason A. Dunlop, Paul A. Selden, Alan R. T. Spencer, Robert C. Atwood, Nghia T. Vo & Michael Drakopoulos
Spiders are an important animal group, with a long history. Details of their origins remain limited, with little knowledge of their stem group, and no insights into the sequence of character acquisition during spider evolution. We describe a new fossil arachnid, Idmonarachne brasieri gen. et sp. nov. from the late Carboniferous (Stephanian, ca. 305–299 Ma) of Montceau-les-Mines, France. It is three-dimensionally preserved within a siderite concretion, allowing both laboratory- and synchrotron-based phase-contrast computed tomography (CT)...

Data from: Variation in relapse frequency and the transmission potential of Plasmodium vivax malaria

Michael T. White, George Shirreff, Stephan Karl, Azra C. Ghani & Ivo Mueller
There is substantial variation in the relapse frequency of Plasmodium vivax malaria, with fast relapsing strains in tropical areas, and slow relapsing strains in temperate areas with seasonal transmission. We hypothesise that much of the phenotypic diversity in P. vivax relapses arises from selection of relapse frequency to optimise transmission potential in a given environment, in a process similar to the virulence trade-off hypothesis. We develop mathematical models of P. vivax transmission and calculate the...

Data from: Patterns of mammalian population decline inform conservation action

Martina M. I. Di Fonzo, Ben Collen, Alienor L. M. Chauvenet & Georgina M. Mace
1. Evaluations of wildlife population dynamics have the potential to convey valuable information on the type of pressure affecting a population and could help predict future changes in the population's trajectory. Greater understanding of different patterns of population declines could provide a useful mechanism for assessing decline severity in the wild and identifying those populations that are more likely to exhibit severe declines. 2. We identified 93 incidences of decline within 75 populations of mammalian...

Data from: Divergent evolution peaks under intermediate population bottlenecks during bacterial experimental evolution

Tom Vogwill, Robyn L. Phillips, Danna R. Gifford & R. Craig MacLean
There is growing evidence that parallel molecular evolution is common, but its causes remain poorly understood. Demographic parameters such as population bottlenecks are predicted to be major determinants of parallelism. Here, we test the hypothesis that bottleneck intensity shapes parallel evolution by elucidating the genomic basis of adaptation to antibiotic-supplemented media in hundreds of populations of the bacterium Pseudomonas fluorescens Pf0-1. As expected, bottlenecking decreased the rate of phenotypic and molecular adaptation. Surprisingly, bottlenecking had...

Data from: Detecting evolutionarily significant units above the species level using the Generalized Mixed Yule Coalescent method

Aelys M. Humphreys, Catarina Rydin, Knud A. Jønsson, David Alsop, Leah M. Callender-Crowe & Timothy G. Barraclough
1. There is renewed interest in inferring evolutionary history by modelling diversification rates using phylogenies. Understanding the performance of the methods used under different scenarios is essential for assessing empirical results. Recently we introduced a new approach for analysing broadscale diversity patterns, using the Generalized Mixed Yule Coalescent (GMYC) method to test for the existence of evolutionarily significant units above the species (higher ESUs). This approach focuses on identifying clades as well as estimating rates...

Frist test

Donald Craig
Gaussian Calculation

TS2 -987.122037 (+18.3) 10.14469/hpc/1905 IRC 10.14469/hpc/1907

Henry Rzepa
Gaussian Calculation

Conf8, wB97XD/Def2-TZVPP + CHCl3, VCD NMR

Henry Rzepa
Gaussian Calculation

QQQ 2

Matthew Harvey
QQQ release 2

Mes2-T6-Pt-Porphyrin TD 631Gdp

Rolf Andernach
Gaussian Calculation

TTP _ all trans _ TD 631Gdp geom opt

Rolf Andernach
Gaussian Calculation

DOO-PPV 631Gdp gd3bj geom opt

Rolf Andernach
Gaussian Calculation

DDO-PPP dodecamer cc-pvdz geom opt

Rolf Andernach
Gaussian Calculation

PPY TD 631Gdp geom opt

Rolf Andernach
Gaussian Calculation

HPPY M06-2X cc-pvdz geom opt

Rolf Andernach
Gaussian Calculation

TS3, PT -701.102368 (24.8) 10.14469/hpc/1577

Henry Rzepa
Gaussian Calculation

butadiene carbene aromatic -192.700746

Henry Rzepa
Gaussian Calculation

HPPY 631Gdp geom opt

Rolf Andernach
Gaussian Calculation

HPPY_methyl TD BMK cc-pvdz from B3LYP geometry

Rolf Andernach
Gaussian Calculation

PhPPV octamer TD 631Gdp

Rolf Andernach
Gaussian Calculation

Reactant of 2nd cycle + H2O, OH replacing NHMe, alt conformation

Henry Rzepa
Gaussian Calculation

test

Henry Rzepa
test

Reactant + 2 H2O -854.074198 (0.0) 10.14469/hpc/1612

Henry Rzepa
Gaussian Calculation

IRC_isoJ_2 (IRC)

Bethan Coulson
Gaussian Calculation

L_Product_1 (opt freq)

Bethan Coulson
Gaussian Calculation

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