The present data provide evidence for the treatment of DCM by Sac/Val in a rat model. By comparing the differences in protein expression of p38, phos-p38, Col Ⅰ and Col Ⅲ in myocardial tissues of rats in each group, we report the effect of Sac/Val in alleviating cardiac remodelling in DCM rats.
Contributors:Colin K. Khoury, Daniel Amariles, Jonatan Soto, Maria Victoria Diaz, Steven Sotelo et al
The datasets presented here are related to the research article entitled “Comprehensiveness of conservation of useful wild plants: an operational indicator for biodiversity and sustainable development targets” (Khoury et al., 2019). The indicator methodology includes five main steps, each requiring and producing data, which are fully described and available here. These data include: species taxonomy, uses, and general geographic information (dataset 1); species occurrence data (dataset 2); global administrative areas data (dataset 3); eco-geographic predictors used in species distribution modeling (dataset 4); a world map raster file (dataset 5); species spatial distribution modeling outputs (dataset 6); ecoregion spatial data used in conservation analyses (dataset 7); protected area spatial data used in conservation analyses (dataset 8); and countries, sub-regions, and regions classifications data (dataset 9). These data are available at http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/2jxj4k32m2.1. In combination with the openly accessible methodology code (https://github.com/CIAT-DAPA/UsefulPlants-Indicator), these data facilitate indicator assessments and serve as a baseline against which future calculations of the indicator can be measured. The data can also contribute to other species distribution modeling, ecological research, and conservation analysis purposes.
Khoury CK, Amariles D, Soto JS, Diaz MV, Sotelo S, Sosa CC, Ramírez-Villegas J, Achicanoy HA, Velásquez-Tibatá J, Guarino L, León B, Navarro-Racines C, Castañeda-Álvarez NP, Dempewolf H, Wiersema JH, and Jarvis A (2019) Comprehensiveness of conservation of useful wild plants: an operational indicator for biodiversity and sustainable development targets. Ecological Indicators 98: 420-429. doi: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2018.11.016. Available online at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2018.11.016
Khoury CK, Amariles D, Soto JS, Diaz MV, Sotelo S, Sosa CC, Ramírez-Villegas J, Achicanoy HA, Castañeda-Álvarez NP, León B, and Wiersema JH (2019) Data for the calculation of an indicator of the comprehensiveness of conservation of useful wild plants. Data in Brief. doi: 10.1016/j.dib.2018.11.125.
Mass customization is a significant trend in modern production. In the production of miscible products (continuous production), implementing delayed differentiation is difficult at the factory level, as opposed to discrete production (production of objects). To make such a supply chain smart, a transformation must be carried out simultaneously at different levels. Reverse Blending was designed to delay the differentiation of fertilizers by performing it, through a blending process, in small blending units located in agricultural areas, which already exist in some regions. Without going back on the detailed positioning of the Reverse Blending approach in the scientific literature, this paper aims to study some of its managerial implications, based on four case studies, showing that smart supply chain may be possible in continuous production to provide tailor-made products if large diversity is needed.
Contributors:Rodolfo Jorge Vale de Araujo, Pedro Pereira
Raw and processed data from the southeastern beaches on the Itamaracá Island (north coast of Pernambuco state, in Northeast Brazil), located alongshore of the insular margin of the Santa Cruz Channel’s south mouth (SCC). These data were collected through the combined use of Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) and Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), from Dec/2017 to Dec/2018.
This is a BIRECT Matlab code in 2D for graphic use, written by Naziheddine Belkacem and Lakhdar Chiter. The complete code (up to 10 variables) is only on request. For more details email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
This study presents zircon U-Pb ages and Hf isotope compositions and whole rock compositions of the PiaOac granites in NE Vietnam. These data indicate that the PiaOac granites were formed in Late Cretaceous and syn- to post-orogenic setting. The formation times of the granite and related mineralization are similar to those in SW South China. They consitute together a E-W trending Late Cretaceous magmatism and metallogeny belt. Their origin is related to the northward subduction of the Neo-Tethys Plate.