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The attached supplementary data include the full analyzed datasets, control files, all output files, and visualized final resultant trees. Files S1: full results of the PHYLOBAYES reanalysis of Żyła and Solodovnikov [21] Files S2: full results of the MRBAYES reanalysis of Żyła and Solodovnikov [21] Files S3: full results of the IQ-TREE reanalysis of Żyła and Solodovnikov [21] Files S4: full results of the PHYLOBAYES reanalysis of Cai et al. [3]
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The test instances have been generated randomly using benchmark instances from Mankowska et al(2014). Four sets of instances are generated: • Single Service and Single Time Window (SSSTW); • Single Service and Multiple Time Windows (SSMTW); • Multiple Services and Single Time Window (MSSTW); • Multiple Services and Multiple Time Windows (MSMTW).
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Database of classified craters including center point latitude and longitude, diameter (km), and degradation class. Craterstats output files used to generate Figure 6.
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Exome Array Data from 1019 Han Chinese Bladder Cancer Cases
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The data attached is a comparison between the commercial CR1616 Li-MnO2 cell and Li/Li-glass (Li2.99Ba0.005ClO) in cellulose/gamma-MnO2+C/Al pouch-cell. Although the LED determines the potential profile, the potential is a response to the input current. Therefore, the variable discharge current and potential profiles are useful to determine the maximum current output of a battery cell as well as the standard discharge current and the cell profile. As observed in I vs t data for the commercial cell, the cell’s maximum current is 13 mA and the standard discharge current plateaus below 100 uA when the cell is almost fully discharged (83% = first day). Moreover, the extended plateau for the commercial cell varies from 100 uA to approximately 16.5 uA; most of the capacity of the cell is obtained in the first 30 hrs of discharge (94%). The pouch-cell with 16.2 mg of active cathode material was discharged at room temperature inside an air-filled glove box; it shows a specific capacity of 764 mAh/g-gamma MnO2 (for a theoretical capacity of 209 mAh/g-gamma MnO2), which is higher than the 308 mAh/g of the commercial cell, obtained after discharging it for 11.2 months with a green LED lit uninterruptedly (see Data). It is observed that the profiles for the current in the commercial and pouch-cell differ substantially; while the commercial cell varies its output current from 13 mA to 95 uA in two days and finally to 0.16 uA in more 5 days (the LED was not lit from day 6th with 14 hrs to day 7th with 2 hrs), the Li-glass pouch-cell varies its output current from 1 mA to 17 uA in one day and then to 2 uA in 59 days and it remains lit for 334 days. The data for the commercial cell is divided by the ratio between commercial and pouch-cell active cathodes (13.3) showing a maximum current of 0.977 mA, a plateau from 7.52 to 1.24 uA which compare to Imax = 1.01 mA, plateau from 32 to >=1.24 uA for 4.3 months of the FEB. The coin cell is a 3D cell as the electrolyte wets all cathode powders and the pouch is a 1D cell (only the surface in contact with the Li-glass is effective) and, therefore, the previous calculations are just approximations. The discharge of the commercial cell with the green LED was used as a control method. The capacity determined by this method agrees with the capacity in the corresponding technical spreadsheet. The profile of the green LED used was also determined accurately.
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By assessing diversity variations of bacterial communities under different rhizocompartment types (i.e., roots, rhizosphere soil, root zone soil, and inter-shrub bulk soil), we explore the structural variability of bacterial communities in different root microenvironments under desert leguminous plant shrubs. Results will enable the influence of niche differentiation of plant roots and root-soil on the structural stability of bacterial communities under three desert leguminous plant shrubs to be examined. High-throughput 16S rRNA genome sequencing was used to characterize diversity and structural differences of bacterial microbes in the rhizocompartments of three xeric leguminous plants.
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The dataset covers cassava flour particle size distribution, proximate composition and amylose content of flours, and quality characteristics of bread baked from composite flours of wheat and cassava.
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high resolution MRI of squid brain (16.4T)
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