Data for: Back to the roots: reducing evolutionary rate heterogeneity among sequences gives support for the early morphological hypothesis of the root of Siluriformes (Teleostei: Ostariophysi)
Contributors: Juan Montoya-Burgos, Carlos Javier Rivera-Rivera
... Gene-specific and concatenated alignments for all 10 genes used in this study. There are three versions of the concatenated data (and their corresponding gene components): 1. Full data, 2. Data after applying the LS³ algorithm, and 3. Data after applying the LS⁴ algorithm.
Contributors: Rogerio Ribeiro Marinho
... Dados espaciais resultado da classificação de imagens SAR multitemporais, adquiridas sobre a região do Vale do Itajaí para o mapeamento e monitoramento de áreas afetadas por inundações em dezembro de 2008.
Contributors: Carlos Eduardo Guedes Catunda
... The purpose of this study is to verify the numerical simulation of the finite difference method of the wave propagation in single-layer homogenous anisotropic media and materials with variations in the anisotropy parameters. In this way, the effects of a type of anisotropy, specifically transverse isotropy (system with elastic hexagonal or polar symmetry) can be evaluated in the propagation of waves in elastic media by ultrasonic inspection. The algorithm for the construction of the model applies the finite difference method and was created in FORTRAN language. The evaluated approach is in two-dimensional space. In the simulations with the single-layer homogenous anisotropic model, snapshots of the displacement components were generated in the x and z directions, on which observations were made regarding the effects of the anisotropy parameters on wavefront behavior. The results are in attachment for wide dissemination. This model aims to expose the behavior of wave fronts in relation to variations in anisotropy parameters. The models are formed by a half-plane xz with 2500 x 2500 points. The time frame adopted for this case was 6.5s for each situations. This led to 15 different parameter variations (see data in attachment). The elements present the snapshots of these situations in the single-layer homogenous anisotropic model with horizontal and vertical components of the displacement field, where the source is located at the center of the model. With the images of the displacement field, it is possible to evaluate the profile of the propagated P and S wave fronts for each situation.
Direct phosphorylation of Src Homology (SH)3 domains by tyrosine kinase receptors disassembles ligand-induced signalling networks. Dionne et al
Contributors: Nicolas Bisson
... Western Blots and Immunofluorescence datasets
Contributors: Kevin YANG
... To delineate the genotypic difference in ECs of Leprdb/+ and Leprdb/db, we purified CD45-CD31+ ECs from the ischemic muscles by flow cytometry; and performed genome-wide transcriptomic profiling by RNA-Seq.
Contributors: Paula Gomes da Silva, Raúl Medina, Mauricio González, Roland Garnier
... Environmental Hydraulics Institute “IH Cantabria” MUSCLE-Beach experiment dataset Wave, runup, topography and sediment data were measured during the MUSCLE-Beach experiments on the 4th of May, 2016, and on the 19th and 21st of September, 2017. The experiments were undertaken at Somo beach, north Spain. Measurements were realized along three beach profiles and used to analyze surf and swash zones processes under different morphodynamic conditions. Measurements MUSCLE-Beach 2016: at 3 beach profiles (P1, P2 and P3) Measurements MUSCLe-Beach 2017: across 1 beach profile (P2)
An efficient FE-implementation of implicit gradient-enhanced damage models to simulate ductile failure-Supplementary Material
Contributors: Andreas Seupel, Geralf Hütter, Meinhard Kuna
... The dataset contains input-files and user defined routines for ABAQUS to reproduce the results shown within the following paper: Seupel, A., Hütter, G., Kuna, M., An efficient FE-implementation of implicit gradient-enhanced damage models to simulate ductile failure, Engineering Fracture Mechanics (2018), doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.engfracmech.2018.01.022
Data for: Soil δ13C-CO2 and CO2 flux in the H2S-rich Rotorua Hydrothermal System utilizing Cavity Ring Down Spectroscopy
Contributors: Christopher Oze, Cynthia Werner, Travis Horton, Matthew Hanson
... All data used in the manuscript is contained in these files
Contributors: Ömer Emre Yetgin, Ömer Nezih Gerek
... Non-wire visible images (2000 pieces) and Non-wireinfrared images (2000 pieces) were added.
BREMS: A program for calculating spectra and angular distributions of bremsstrahlung at electron energies less than 3 MeV
Contributors: Andrius Poškus
... This work describes a program that implements the method developed by Tseng and Pratt in the 1970s for exact screened calculations of atomic-field bremsstrahlung. The calculation method is based on the relativistic partial-wave formulation describing interaction of the incident electron with an arbitrary central potential of the neutral target atom. The set of Fortran-90 codes BREMS has been written with the aim of creating a comprehensive library of spectra and shape functions of unpolarized atomic-field bremsstrahlung for all chemical elements and for the approximate range of the incident electron energy from 10 eV to 3 MeV on a dense energy grid, using the best theory available. Several examples of using this software and its verification against the published data calculated using the same theory are provided. BREMS can be run on modern personal computers, with processing times from several minutes to several hours, depending on the user-specified values of the atomic number, incident electron energy, and photon energy, as well as on the accuracy requested.