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published: 2022-11-02
This dataset contains the behavioral, metabolic, and capture data which is reported within the manuscript Data for Capture is predicted by behavior and size, not metabolism, in Muskellunge
published: 2022-11-01
Datasets that accompany Beilke, Haulton, and O'Keefe 2022 publication (Title: Foliage-roosting eastern red bats select for features associated with management in a central hardwood forest; Journal: Forest Ecology and Management).
published: 2022-10-14
The Membracoidea_morph_data_Final.nex text file contains the original data used in the phylogenetic analyses of Dietrich et al. (Insect Systematics and Diversity, in review). The text file is marked up according to the standard NEXUS format commonly used by various phylogenetic analysis software packages. The file will be parsed automatically by a variety of programs that recognize NEXUS as a standard bioinformatics file format. The complete taxon names corresponding to the 131 genus names listed under “BEGIN TAXA” are listed in Table 1 in the included PDF file “Taxa_and_characters”; the 229 morphological characters (names abbreviated under under “BEGIN CHARACTERS” are fully explained in the list of character descriptions following Table 1 in the same PDF). The data matrix follows “MATRIX” and gives the numerical values of characters for each taxon. Question marks represent missing data. The lists of characters and taxa and details on the methods used for phylogenetic analysis are included in the submitted manuscript.
keywords: leafhopper; treehopper; evolution; Cretaceous; Eocene
published: 2022-10-13
The text file contains the original DNA nucleotide sequence data used in the phylogenetic analyses of Xue et al. (in review), comprising the 13 protein-coding genes and 2 ribosomal gene subunits of the mitochondrial genome. The text file is marked up according to the standard NEXUS format commonly used by various phylogenetic analysis software packages. The file will be parsed automatically by a variety of programs that recognize NEXUS as a standard bioinformatics file format. The first six lines of the file identify the file as NEXUS, indicate that the file contains data for 30 taxa (species) and 13078 characters, indicate that the characters are DNA sequence, that gaps inserted into the DNA sequence alignment are indicated by a dash, and that missing data are indicated by a question mark. The positions of data partitions are indicated in the mrbayes block of commands for the phylogenetic program MrBayes (version 3.2.6) beginning near the end of the file. The mrbayes block also contains instructions for MrBayes on various non-default settings for that program. These are explained in the Methods section of the submitted manuscript. Two supplementary tables in the provided PDF file provide additional information on the species in the dataset, including the GenBank accession numbers for the sequence data (Table S1) and the DNA substitution models used for each of the individual mitochondrial genes and for different codon positions of the protein-coding genes used for analyses in the programs MrBayes and IQ-Tree (version 1.6.8) (Table S2). Full citations for references listed in Table S1 can be found by searching GenBank using the corresponding accession number. The supplemental tables will also be linked to the article upon publication at the journal website.
keywords: Hemiptera; phylogeny; mitochondrial genome; morphology; leafhopper
published: 2022-10-10
Aerial imagery utilized as input in the manuscript "Deep convolutional neural networks exploit high spatial and temporal resolution aerial imagery to predict key traits in miscanthus" . Data was collected over M. Sacchariflorus and Sinensis breeding trials at the Energy Farm, UIUC in 2020. Flights were performed using a DJI M600 mounted with a Micasense Rededge multispectral sensor at 20 m altitude around solar noon. Imagery is available as tif file by field trial and date (10). The post-processing of raw images into orthophoto was performed in Agisoft Metashape software. Each crop surface model and multispectral orthophoto was stacked into an unique raster stack by date and uploaded here. Each raster stack includes 6 layers in the following order: Layer 1 = crop surface model, Layer 2 = Blue, Layer 3 = Green, Layer 4 = Red, Layer 5 = Rededge, and Layer 6 = NIR multispectral bands. Msa raster stacks were resampled to 1.67 cm spatial resolution and Msi raster stacks were resampled to 1.41 cm spatial resolution to ease their integration into further analysis. 'MMDDYYYY' is the date of data collection, 'MSA' is M. Sacchariflorus trial, 'MSI' is Miscanthus Sinensis trial, 'CSM' is crop surface model layer, and 'MULTSP' are the five multispectral bands.
keywords: convolutional neural networks; miscanthus; perennial grasses; bioenergy; field phenotyping; remote sensing; UAV
published: 2022-09-28
Data from an a field survey at Nikko National Park in central Japan. Data contain information about deer carcass, environment of sites, and vertebrate scavenging.
keywords: Carcass; Cervus nippon; Detection; Facultative scavenging; Obligate scavenger
published: 2022-09-19
Data characterize zooplankton in Shelbyville Reservoir, Illinois, United States of America. Zooplankton were sampled with a conical zooplankton net (0.5m diameter mouth) when water was deeper than 2 m and by grab sample when water was shallower. Zooplankton samples were concentrated and subsampled with a Hensen-Stempel pipette following protocols described in Detmer et al. (2019). Zooplankton were identified to the lowest feasible taxonomic unit according to Pennak (1989) and Thorp and Covich (2001) and were enumerated in a 1 mL Sedgewick-Rafter cell. Subsamples were analyzed until at least 200 individuals were enumerated from each site.were counted across for each of the three main taxonomic groups (cladocerans, copepods, and rotifers). Given the variation in zooplankton concentrations at each site, this process often lead to far more than 200 individuals being counted (x̄ = 269, min = 200, max = 487). A summary of the sample size from each site can be found in Supplementary Table S2. Abundances were corrected for volume of water filtered. For rare taxa (< 20 individuals per sample), all individuals were measured for length. For abundant taxa, length measurements were collected on the first 20 organisms of each abundant taxon encountered in a subsample. Dry mass was calculated from equations for microcrustaceans, rotifers, and Chaoborus sp. (Rosen ,1981; Botrell et al., 1976; Dumont and Balvay, 1979).
keywords: Reservoir; Zooplankton
published: 2022-09-16
This dataset contains model code (including input data) to replicate the outcomes for "Assessing the Efficiency Implications of Renewable Fuel Policy Design in the United States". The model consists of: (1) The replication codes and data for the model. To run the model, using GAMS to run the "Models.gms" file.
keywords: Renewable Fuel Standard; Nested structure; cellulosic waiver credit; RIN
published: 2022-09-08
Data associated with the manuscript "Overlooked invaders? Ecological impacts of non-game, native transplant fishes in the United States" by Jordan H. Hartman and Eric R. Larson
keywords: freshwater; non-game; native transplant; impacts; invasive species
published: 2022-09-07
We developed a new application of isotopic gas exchange which couples a tunable diode laser absorption spectroscope (TDL) with a leaf gas exchange system, analyzing leakiness through induction of C4 photosynthesis on dark to high-light transitions. The youngest fully expanded leaf was measured on 40-45 day-old maize(B73) and sorghum (Tx430). Detail definition of each variable in raw Li-6400XT and Li-6800 (in "Original_data_AND_Data_processing_code.zip") is summarized in: <a href="https://www.licor.com/env/support/LI-6800/topics/symbols.html#const">https://www.licor.com/env/support/LI-6800/topics/symbols.html#const</a>
keywords: leakiness; bundle sheath leakage; C4 photosynthesis; photosynthetic induction; non-steady-state photosynthesis; carbon isotope discrimination; photosynthetic efficiency; corn
published: 2022-09-07
The availability of economically marginal land for energy crops is identified using the Cropland Data Layer and other soil, wind, climate data resources. All data are recognized on a 30m spatial resolution across the continental United States.
keywords: marginal land; biofuel production; remote sensing; land use change; Cropland Data Layer
published: 2022-09-01
These data and code are associated with a study on differences in the rate of hatching failure of eggs across 14 free-living grassland and shrubland birds. We used a device to measure the embryonic heart rate of eggs and found there was variation across species related to factors such as nest type and nest safety. This work is to be published in Ornithology.
keywords: embryonic death; grassland birds; egg mortality; heart rate
published: 2022-08-31
This dataset includes data on soil properties, soil N pools, and soil N fluxes presented in the manuscript, "Refining the role of nitrogen mineralization in mycorrhizal nutrient syndromes". Please refer to that publication for details about methodologies used to generate these data and for the experimental design. For this verison 2, we added specific gross nitrogen mineralization rates (ugN/gOM/d), microbial biomass carbon (ugC/gdw), microbial biomass nitrogen (ugN/gdw) and microbial biomass C:N ratios to the newest version of the data set. Additionally, we updated values for gross nitrogen mineralization, microbial NO3 assimilation and microbial NH4 assimilation to reflect slight changes in data processing. Those changes are reflected in "220829_All data_repository.csv". "220829_nitrogen_mineralization_readme.txt " is updated readme for the new file. The other 2 files begin with “220426_” are older version and same as in V1.
keywords: Nitrogen cycling; Ectomycorrhizal fungi; Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi; Nitrogen fertilization; Gross mineralization
published: 2022-09-14
Datasets that accompany Beilke and O'Keefe 2022 publication (Title: Bats reduce insect density and defoliation in temperate forests: an exclusion experiment; Journal: Ecology).
keywords: bats; defoliation; ecosystem services; forests, insectivory; insects; trophic cascades
published: 2022-08-25
Data in this publication were used to analyze the factors that influence the abundance of eastern whip-poor-wills in the Midwest and to describe the diet of this species. These data were collected in Illinois in 2019 and 2020. Procedures were approved by the Illinois Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), protocol no. 19006
keywords: eastern whip-poor-will; Antrostomus vociferus; abundance; moths; nightjars; Lepidoptera; metabarcoding
published: 2022-08-23
This dataset contains soil chemical properties used to variation in soil fungal communities beneath Oreomunnea mexicana trees in the manuscript "Watershed-scale variation in potential fungal community contributions to ectomycorrhizal biogeochemical syndromes"
keywords: Acid-base chemistry; Ectomycorrhizal fungi; Exploration type; Nitrogen cycling; Nitrogen isotopes; Plant-soil (below-ground) interactions; Saprotrophic fungi; Tropical forest
published: 2022-09-29
Dataset associated with Merrill et al. ECE-2021-05-00793.R1 submission: Early life patterns of growth are linked to levels of phenotypic trait covariance and post-fledging mortality across avian species. Excel CSV files with all of the data used in analyses and file with descriptions of each column.
keywords: canalization; developmental flexibility; early-life stress; nest predation; phenotypic correlation; trait covariance
published: 2022-07-22
Data in this publication were used to examine the effects of environmental and temporal covariates on detection probability, and the effects of habitat and landscape level covariates on occupancy and within season turnover of Black-billed Cuckoos and Yellow-billed Cuckoos. Data were collected between 2019-2020 in northern Illinois, USA. Procedures were approved by the Illinois Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), protocol no. 19086.
keywords: Black-billed Cuckoo; call broadcast; Coccyzus americanus; Coccyzus erythropthalmus; detection probability; occupancy dynamics; rare and secretive species; Yellow-billed Cuckoo
published: 2022-08-22
This dataset contains Raman spectra, each acquired from an individual, living, primary murine cell belonging to one of the six most immature hematopoietic cell populations found in the body: hematopoietic stem cell (HSC), mutipotent progenitor 1 (MPP1), multipotent progenitor 2 (MPP2), multipotent progenitor 3 (MPP3), common lymphoid progenitor, common myeloid progenitor (CLP). These spectra are useful for identifying spectral signatures that are characteristic of each hematopoietic stem or early progenitor cell population. *NOTE: __MACOSX folder and files start with “._[file name]” found in "Raman spectra of single cells text files.zip" were created by the computer operation system, in unreadable format, which are not part of the data and can be removed/ignored when using the data.
keywords: Raman spectroscopy; single-cell spectrum; hematopoietic cell; hematopoietic stem cell; multipotent progenitor cell; common myeloid progenitor; common lymphoid progenitor
published: 2022-08-20
Dataset associated with Jones and Ward BEAS-D-21-00106R2 submission: Parasitic cowbird development up to fledging and subsequent post-fledging survival reflect life history variation found across host species. Excel CSV files and .inp file with data used in nest survival and Brown-headed Cowbird post-fledging analyses and file with descriptions of each column. The CSV file is setup for logistic exposure models in SAS or R and the .inp file is setup to be uploaded into program MARK for multi-state recaptures only analysis. Species included in the analyses: American Robin, Blue Grosbeak, Brown Thrasher, Blue-winged Warbler, Carolina Chickadee, Chipping Sparrow, Common Yellowthroat, Dickcissel, Eastern Bluebird, Eastern Phoebe, Eastern Towhee, Field Sparrow, Gray Catbird, House Wren, Indigo Bunting, Northern Cardinal, Red-winged Blackbird, Tree Swallow, Yellow-breasted Chat, and Yellow Warbler.
keywords: brood parasitism; cowbird; carryover effects; phenotypic plasticity; post-fledging; songbirds
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published: 2022-08-06
An online knowledge, attitudes, and practices survey on ticks and tick-borne diseases was distributed to medical professionals in Illinois during summer 2020 to fall 2021. These are the raw data associated with that survey and the survey questions used. Age, gender, and county of practice have been removed for identifiability. We have added calculated values (columns 165 to end), including: the tick knowledge score, TBD knowledge score, and total knowledge score, which are the sum of the total number of correct answers in each category, and score percent, which are the proportion of correct answers in each category; region, which is determined from the county of practice; TBD relevant practice, which separates the practice variable into TBD primary, secondary, and non-responders; and several variables which group categories.
keywords: ticks; medicine; tick-borne disease; survey
published: 2022-08-05
This data set documents bat activity (counts per detector-night per phonic group) and bat diversity (number of bat species per detector-night) in relation to distance to the nearest forested corridor in a row crop agriculture dominated landscape and in relation to relative crop pest abundance. This data set was used to assess if bats were homogeneously distributed over a near-uninterrupted agricultural landscape and to assess the importance of forested corridors and the presence of pest species on their distribution across the landscape. Data was collected with 50 AudioMoth bat detectors along 10 transects, with each transect having 5 detectors. The transects started at a forest corridor and extended out for 4 km into uninterrupted row crop agriculture. Pest abundance was extrapolated from data collected in the same county during the same time as the study. Potentially important weather covariates were extracted from the nearest operational weather station.
keywords: bats; bat activity; biodiversity; agricultural pest
published: 2022-08-01
Datasets that accompany Shearer and Beilke 2022 publication (Title: Playing it by ear: gregarious sparrows recognize and respond to isolated wingbeat sounds and predator-based cues.; Journal: Animal Cognition)
keywords: Vigilance; auditory detection; predator detection; predator-prey interaction; antipredator behavior
published: 2022-07-19
#### Details of Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilm dataset #### ----------------*Folder Structure*------------------------------------- This dataset contains peak intensity tables extracted from mass spectrometry imaging (MSI) data using tools, SCiLS and MSI reader. There are 2 folders in "MSI-Data-Paeruginosa-biofilms-UIUC-DP-JVS-July2022.zip", each folder contains 3 sub-folders as listed below. 1. PellicleBiofilms-and-Supernatant [Pellicle biofilms collected from air-liquid interface and spend supernatant medium after 96 h incubation period]: (1) Full-Scan-Data-96h; (2) MSMS-data-from-C7-Quinolones-96h; and (3) MSMS-data-from-C9-Quinolones-96h 2. StaticBiofilms [Static biofilms grown on mucin surface]: (1) Full-Scan-Data; (2) MSMS-data-from-C7-Quinolones; and (3) MSMS-data-from-C9-Quinolones ----------------*File name*---------------------------------------------- Sample information is included in the file names for easy identification and processing. Attributes covered in file names are explained in the example below. *Example file name "Rep1-Stat-FRD1-mPat-48-FS"* ~ Each unit of information is separated by "-" ~Unit 1 - "Rep1" - Biological replicate ( Rep1, Rep2, and Rep3) ~Unit 2 - "Stat" - Sample type (Stat = Static Biofilm, Pel = Pellicle biofilm, Sup = Supernatant) ~Unit 3 - "FRD1" - Strain (FRD1 = Mucoid strain, PAO1C = Non-mucoid strain) ~Unit 4 - "mPat" - Type of mucin surface used (mPat = patterned mucin surface, mUni = uniform mucin surface) ~Unit 5 - "48" - Sample time point (hours = 48, 72, 96) ~Unit 6 - "FS" - Scan type used in MSI (FS = high resolution full-scan, 260 = targeted MS/MS of C7 quinolones (m/z 260), 288 = targeted MS/MS of C9 quinolones (m/z 288)) ----------------*File structure*------------------------------------------ All MSI data has been exported to CSV format. Each CSV files contains information about scan number, Coordinates (x,y,z), m/z values, extraction window (absolute), and corresponding intensities in the form of a matrix. ----------------*End of Information*--------------------------------------
keywords: mass spectrometry imaging (MSI); biofilm; antibiotic resistance; Pseudomonas aeruginosa; quorum sensing; rhamnolipids