Structure of bombesin peptide calculated in presence of 150 mM SDS micelles at pH 7.0, 25°C.
Structure was determinded by NMR spectroscopy and SA-MD.
Data clearly show that, under these experimental conditions, bombesin adopts a α-helix structure.
Metabolite libraries built from NMR spectra for natural, lavado and commercial cocoa and for two extraction procedures (hydroalcoholic and Soxhlet), using the Simple Mixture Analysis (SMA) tool implemented in MestreNova 12.4 software.
The .diam files are the creter diameters to be used with the software craterstats2
The olimpo_nocart.exe is the executable to calculate the water splash; input data are requested when running the code; the txt files should not be modified
The runup_water_acheron6_pss is a small fortran code to calculate the run-up and velocity of the water wave with the analytical formula provided in the text
Metabolite library built from NMR spectra for metabolomic analysis of leaves' hydroalcholic extract (80% MeOH) from wild mountain Mentha longifolia, using the Simple Mixture Analysis (SMA) tool implemented in MestreNova 14.1 software.
Metabolite library built from NMR spectra for metabolomic analysis of leaves' aquous extract from Lolium multiflorum, using the Simple Mixture Analysis (SMA) tool implemented in MestreNova 14.1 software.
Metabolite libraries built from NMR spectra for two types of coffee (green or roasted) and for three extraction procedures (hydroalcoholic, espresso, moka), using the Simple Mixture Analysis (SMA) tool implemented in MestreNova 12.0 software.
Revision of Hydatigera taeniaeformis species complex with a description of a new species (Lavikainen et al., IJP 2016):
1. Morphological data.
A drawing (atypical segment). Morphological matrix.
2. DNA data.
Nucleotide sequence alignments (18S rDNA; pold & pepck; mitochondrial protein-coding genes; cox1 complete haplotype data set).
Contributors:Ambrosini, Roberto, Rubolini, Diego, Griggio, Matteo, Tommasi, Nicola, Galimberti, Andrea et al
Female promiscuity can function to acquire both direct and indirect benefits from their social mate and extra-pair males. In many raptor species, intense mate-feeding significantly contributes to female energy requirements before and during egg laying. Moreover, females may use mate-feeding effort to assess male quality. In this study of the lesser kestrel (Falco naumanni), we aimed at experimentally manipulating the female's perception of mate quality by providing females with extra food during egg laying, and evaluated the occurrence of extra-pair paternity in food-supplemented and control broods by parentage analyses. No extra-pair offspring (EPO) was found among 19 food-supplemented broods, whereas EPO occurred in five out of 17 control broods. No significant differences in morphological traits, body condition and reproductive success were found between faithful and unfaithful females. However, clutches containing EPO were laid later in the breeding season. Moreover, un-cuckolded males had longer tarsi than cuckolded ones, indicating larger body size. Hence, extra food provisioning and early breeding reduced the occurrence of EPO in lesser kestrels. In addition, we confirmed the occurrence of intraspecific brood parasitism, as five nestlings were not the offspring of the brooding female. The results of our food-provisioning experiment support the idea that mate-feeding ability is a reliable indicator of male quality, and are in accordance with the hypothesis that male mate-feeding behaviour is a sexually selected trait.
Contributors:Baumann, Kristin, Dato, Laura, Graf, Alexandra B, Frascotti, Gianni, Dragosits, Martin et al
Source:figshare Academic Research System
Additional file 3:MetaCyc data Pichia pastoris. Regulated P. pastoris pathways in hypoxia vs. normoxia. Individual P. pastoris (recombinant strain) pathways that were transcriptionally regulated (i e. exceeding the log2 FC threshold of 0.59) in the comparison hypoxic vs. normoxic conditions, as resulting from the MetaCyc analysis presented in Figure 3 http://pathway.yeastgenome.org . Pathway numbers in the first column are referred to Figure 3. Pathway diagrams show all the intermediates of each pathways; reaction lines and the corresponding genes are colour-coded (three colour bins) according to the fold change threshold: red for upregulated, yellow for downregulated and blue for unregulated; log2 FC for each gene are also shown in colour. Last column contains the extended enzyme names corresponding to each gene of the pathway. (DOC 949 KB)