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Assessing the diachronic change of a word-formation pattern

Stefan Hartmann &
This paper investigates the diachronic change of ung-nominalization in German using both simple frequency measures and advanced models of morphological productivity.

Biologic agents mediating matter-flow inside the porous igneous oceanic crust, Vesteris Seamount, Greenland Sea

Hinrich Schmid-Beurmann, Magnus Ivarsson, Wolfgang Bach, Wolf-Achim Kahl & Jörn Peckmann
Microorganisms within the lithosphere are biologic agents settling in niches inside the terrestrial and oceanic crust, populating the extreme environments of the deep biosphere. The fossil record of the permeable igneous oceanic crust, constructed out of primitive extrusive rock, opens a window into Earth’s early evolution and serves as an analogue for life in extraterrestrial worlds. In 2019, samples of highly porous basanites of Vesteris Seamount in the Greenland Sea were retrieved during a cruise...

Additional file 1 of The effect of salience of rewards on effort-based decision making in psychotic disorders

Katharina E. Renz & Tania M. Lincoln
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Four new mitochondrial genomes for the basal bee family Melittidae (Hymenoptera: Apoidea)

Jana Nickel, Carla Violetta Reinbold, Michael Kuhlmann, Mathilde Cordellier & Martin Husemann
We present four new complete mitochondrial genomes for Dasypoda hirtipes, Melitta schultzei, Capicola nanula and Samba griseonigra belonging to the basally branching bee family Melittidae covering four genera in three tribes (Melittini, Hesperaspini, Dasypodaini) and two subfamilies (Melittinae, Dasypodainae). The mitogenomes vary between 15,884 and 20,324 bp in length and consist of the typical set of 13 protein-coding genes, 22 tRNAs, two rRNAs and the control region. These new mitogenomes raise the number of available...

Vowel Harmony Viewed as Error-Correcting Code

Yvo Meeres & Tommi A. Pirinen

No warming in the eastern Gulf of Mexico since 1845 recorded by a Siderastrea siderea coral from Cuba

Marie Harbott , Henry C. Wu , Henning Kuhnert , Simone Kasemann , Anette Meixner , Carlos Jimenez , Patricia González-Díaz & Tim Rixen
Changes in the surface ocean pH and temperature caused by the uptake of anthropogenic CO2 are posing a threat to calcifying marine organisms. Recent studies have observed significant impacts on coral reef ecosystems with impaired carbonate skeletal growth and decreased calcification due to acidifying oceans. The current coverage of observations for the northwestern Cuban coastal waters provides an incomplete picture of natural climate variability over interannual to interdecadal timescales, showing the need for high resolution...

Additional file 1 of The effect of salience of rewards on effort-based decision making in psychotic disorders

Katharina E. Renz & Tania M. Lincoln
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Additional file 1 of The temporal trend of cause-specific mortality: comparing Estonia and Lithuania, 2001 – 2019

Alexander Tran, Relika Stoppel, Huan Jiang, Kawon Victoria Kim, Shannon Lange, Janina Petkevičienė, Ričardas Radišauskas, Mindaugas Štelemėkas, Tadas Telksnys, Anush Zafar & Jürgen Rehm
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Additional file 1 of The temporal trend of cause-specific mortality: comparing Estonia and Lithuania, 2001 – 2019

Alexander Tran, Relika Stoppel, Huan Jiang, Kawon Victoria Kim, Shannon Lange, Janina Petkevičienė, Ričardas Radišauskas, Mindaugas Štelemėkas, Tadas Telksnys, Anush Zafar & Jürgen Rehm
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Additional file 1 of Trends in mortality from alcohol, opioid, and combined alcohol and opioid poisonings by sex, educational attainment, and race and ethnicity for the United States 2000–2019

Charlotte Buckley, Yu Ye, William C. Kerr, Nina Mulia, Klajdi Puka, Jürgen Rehm & Charlotte Probst
Additional file 1: Fig. S1. Total number of deaths aged 18 or older in US 2000-19 from alcohol poisoning only, opioid poisoning only and alcohol and opioid poisoning using three different versions of alcohol poisoning definition. Fig. S2. Age-standardized mortality rates for alcohol poisoning, opioid poisoning and combined alcohol and opioid poisoning for men and women by race and ethnicity categories from 2000 to 2019. Table S1. ICD-10 Codes used to define alcohol and opioid...

Towards identifying scale-dependent impacts on groundwater level dynamics with Deep Learning

Annika Nolte , Steffen Bender , Jens Hartmann & Stefan Baltruschat
Detailed process-understanding of climatic and non-climatic drivers is generally required to estimate future groundwater availability under climate change. Groundwater level (GWL) dynamics are very sensitive to groundwater pumping, but information on their local effects and magnitude – especially in combination with natural fluctuations – is often missing or inaccurate. It has been shown by previous studies that complex hydrogeological processes can be learned from neural networks, whereby Deep Learning (DL) demonstrates its strengths particularly in...

Four new mitochondrial genomes for the basal bee family Melittidae (Hymenoptera: Apoidea)

Jana Nickel, Carla Violetta Reinbold, Michael Kuhlmann, Mathilde Cordellier & Martin Husemann
We present four new complete mitochondrial genomes for Dasypoda hirtipes, Melitta schultzei, Capicola nanula and Samba griseonigra belonging to the basally branching bee family Melittidae covering four genera in three tribes (Melittini, Hesperaspini, Dasypodaini) and two subfamilies (Melittinae, Dasypodainae). The mitogenomes vary between 15,884 and 20,324 bp in length and consist of the typical set of 13 protein-coding genes, 22 tRNAs, two rRNAs and the control region. These new mitogenomes raise the number of available...

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Unpacking intersectionalities: On boundaries and culture in Javanese friendships

Eric Anton Heuser
In this article I focus on the philosophical ideals behind Javanese friendships as a central form of local sociality. I critically examine the history of friendship within anthropology and argue that a particular historical development of anthropological epistemologies is partly responsible for marginalising social-philosophical friendship historiographies from the Global South. This is followed by an investigation of some of the intersections between certain forms of relationships that are constituent for Javanese friendships, which rest on...

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Peter Tremp & Gabi Reinmann

Herkunftsbestimmung von Keramik aus der Siedlung Taganrog am unteren Don durch Neutronenaktivierungsanalyse

Sabine Huy, Hans Mommsen & Ortwin Dally
Auf Basis von makroskopisch gebildeten Fabrikatsgruppen wurden aus dem Fundmaterial der Siedlung von Taganrog (Russische Föderation) 203 Keramikfragmente für eine Herkunftsbestimmung mittels der Neutronenaktivierungsanalyse (NAA) ausgewählt. Die Ergebnisse erweiterten die Erkenntnisse von bereits bekannten Herkunftsgruppen. Insbesondere zu Produktionsregionen von archaisch ostgriechischen Transportamphoren erzielten die NAA aus Taganrog neue Resultate. Das Verfahren bezeugte auch die Güte der angewandten Methode zur makroskopischen Analyse der Keramikfunde.

The impact of variable Fe concentrations on Fe-binding ligands, dissolved organics and microbial communities in hydrothermal plumes – an experimental study

Christian Tobias Hansen, Charlotte Kleint , Stefanie Böhnke , Lukas Klose , Nicole Adam , Katharina Sass, Mirjam Perner , Thorsten Dittmar & Andrea Koschinsky
Iron (Fe) plays an important role in aquatic environments as an essential, often biolimiting micronutrient but at very high concentrations can potentially be toxic. Consequently, microbes have evolved capabilities to influence Fe bioavailability through production of organic molecules, so called ligands, which can enhance iron bioavailability or be used for detoxification mechanisms. Hydrothermal vents represent a major source of Fe to the oceans and host specialized microbes that are likely capable of influencing Fe speciation...

Finds from Miletus XXXII. Clay Rings from the Sanctuary of Dionysos in Miletus

Lisa Steinmann
During its excavation in the 1970s, a large number of unidentifiable objects were found in the sanctuary of Dionysos in Miletus: »Peculiar and as of now not explicable for the editor [Willi Real] are numerous fragments of flat rings […]. They are reminiscent of the rings used for modern coal stoves. […] Hitherto no interpretation has been found.« (Real 1977, 105). In the course of a re-examination of the excavation’s findings since 2017, it has...

Det tør!: Frozen-Ground Cartoons; Et international samarbejde mellem kunstnere og permafrostforskere

Heta Nääs, Noémie Ross, Frédéric Bouchard, Michelle Paquette, Audrey Veillette, Michael Fritz, Stefanie Weege, Julie Malenfant-Lepage, Bethany Deshpande, Alexander Nieuwendam, Ashley Rudy, Matthias Siewert, Ylva Sjöberg, Jonathan Harbor, J. Otto Habeck, Kerstin Krøier Rasmussen & Kirstey Langley
This project started in October 2015 with a crazy idea : prepare and submit a funding application for an international, multidisciplinary and non-traditional scientific outreach project… within the next 48 hours. Well, it worked out. A group of highly motivated young researchers from Canada and Europe united to combine arts and science and produce a series of outreach comic strips about permafrost (frozen ground). The aim of the project is to present and explain scientific...

What factors control the development of moats and their associated contourite drifts?

Henriette Wilckens , Elda Miramontes , Tilmann Schwenk , Thomas Lüdmann , Christian Betzler , Javier Hernandez-Molina , Volkhard Spieß & Antonio Cattaneo
The interaction of sedimentary systems with oceanographic processes in deep-water environments is still not well understood, despite its importance for improving paleoreconstructions and for understanding source-to-sink sediment transport. The aim of this study is to improve our understanding of sediment deposits formed by the action of bottom currents (contourites), and specifically elongated depressions that are called ‘moats’. Moats are common incisions oriented alongslope formed by the main core of the current and are usually associated...

Additional file 1 of Trends in mortality from alcohol, opioid, and combined alcohol and opioid poisonings by sex, educational attainment, and race and ethnicity for the United States 2000–2019

Charlotte Buckley, Yu Ye, William C. Kerr, Nina Mulia, Klajdi Puka, Jürgen Rehm & Charlotte Probst
Additional file 1: Fig. S1. Total number of deaths aged 18 or older in US 2000-19 from alcohol poisoning only, opioid poisoning only and alcohol and opioid poisoning using three different versions of alcohol poisoning definition. Fig. S2. Age-standardized mortality rates for alcohol poisoning, opioid poisoning and combined alcohol and opioid poisoning for men and women by race and ethnicity categories from 2000 to 2019. Table S1. ICD-10 Codes used to define alcohol and opioid...

Additional file 1 of Transcriptomes of Clusterin- and S100B-transfected neuronal cells elucidate protective mechanisms against hypoxia and oxidative stress in the hooded seal (Cystophora cristata) brain

Gerrit A. Martens, Cornelia Geßner, Carina Osterhof, Thomas Hankeln & Thorsten Burmester
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Expression of endogenic and transgenic CLU and S100B sequences in transfected HN33 cell lines at normoxia, determined by qPCR experiments. Differences in Ct-values between endogenic and transgenic nCLU, sCLU and S100B were 13.17 (with Ct of 40 for endogenic nCLU), 13.25 and 9.48, respectively. The fold-expression difference for nCLU, sCLU and S100B therefore were 213.17, 213.25 and 29.48, respectively. Figure S2. TPM values of endogenic (CLU, S100B) and transgenic [CLU...

Additional file 1 of Transcriptomes of Clusterin- and S100B-transfected neuronal cells elucidate protective mechanisms against hypoxia and oxidative stress in the hooded seal (Cystophora cristata) brain

Gerrit A. Martens, Cornelia Geßner, Carina Osterhof, Thomas Hankeln & Thorsten Burmester
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Expression of endogenic and transgenic CLU and S100B sequences in transfected HN33 cell lines at normoxia, determined by qPCR experiments. Differences in Ct-values between endogenic and transgenic nCLU, sCLU and S100B were 13.17 (with Ct of 40 for endogenic nCLU), 13.25 and 9.48, respectively. The fold-expression difference for nCLU, sCLU and S100B therefore were 213.17, 213.25 and 29.48, respectively. Figure S2. TPM values of endogenic (CLU, S100B) and transgenic [CLU...

On Mesozoic uplifts along the SW edge of the East European Craton – new insight from regional onshore (PolandSPAN) and offshore (BalTec) seismic reflection data from Poland

Piotr Krzywiec , Łukasz Słonka , Aleksandra Stachowska , Quang Nguyen , Michał Malinowski , Christian Huebscher , Regina Kramarska & Niklas Ahlrichs
East European Craton (EEC) in Poland has been recently studied by onshore PolandSPAN and offshore BalTec regional seismic surveys. PolandSPAN data imaged earliest Late Jurassic, earliest Late Cretaceous and mid-Late Cretaceous laterally extensive unconformities that document hitherto unknown substantial uplifts of the SW edge of the EEC. Cretaceous unconformities might have been formed as a result of inversion-induced buckling of the cratonic edge. BalTec offshore survey was acquired within the transition zone between the Paleozoic...

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